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Both and types
Both types of tube withstood the pressure of approximately 20 atmospheres exerted by the carbon tetrachloride at 220-degrees.
Both these types, and those in between, are in existence by reason of a legislative interest in libraries that began at Albany as early as 1950, with the creation by the legislature of county library systems financed by county governments with matching funds from the state.
Both types of cannibalism can also be fueled by the belief that eating a person's flesh or internal organs will endow the cannibal with some of the characteristics of the deceased.
Both types of effect, if needed, are made by appearance-oriented adjustment of the reflection model.
Both types depend on special fuels ( easily obtainable in such limited quantities ) for their ignition timing.
Both the basic and most common list types in computing, queues and stacks can be considered specializations of deques, and can be implemented using deques.
Both types could ( and usually did ) additionally carry smaller carriage-mounted guns on their quarter decks and forecastles ( the superstructures above the upper deck ).
Both of these types of granite are formed by melting of high grade metamorphic rocks, either other granite or intrusive mafic rocks, or buried sediment, respectively.
Both types will also have a bridle and reins.
Both of these pigments are melanin types, produced inside the hair follicle and packed into granules found in the fibers.
Both of Watt's basic engine types were commercially very successful, and by 1800, the firm Boulton & Watt had constructed 496 engines, with 164 driving reciprocating pumps, 24 serving blast furnaces, and 308 powering mill machinery ; most of the engines generated from 5 to.
Both types create problems for preservationists.
Both types of plaited stitches give a subtle but interesting visual texture, and tend to draw the fabric inwards, making it stiffer.
Both are types of lower administrative division in the country.
Both types of infantry regiment nevertheless were officially titled " Motor Rifle " units.
Both types of ore deposit, placer or lode, are mined by both surface and underground methods.
Both Plato and Aristotle saw three types of government: democracy, aristocracy, and monarchy.
Both Robin and Marian were certainly associated with May Day festivities in England ( as was Friar Tuck ), but these may have been originally two distinct types of performance – Alexander Barclay in his Ship of Fools, writing in c. 1500, refers to " some merry fytte of Maid Marian or else of Robin Hood " – but the characters were brought together.
Both types of bus often serve the same routes, make the same ( or fewer ) stops and operate on similar frequencies, but jwaseok buses are more expensive and offer comfortable seating, while doshihyeong buses are cheaper and have fewer and less comfortable seats.
Both types, deuterium-burning and not, shine dimly and die away slowly, cooling gradually over hundreds of millions of years.
Both types of scuba provide a means of supplying air or other breathing gas, nearly always from a high pressure diving cylinder, and a harness to strap it to the diver's body.
Both Christian and Jewish theologians have identified different types of supersessionism in Christian reading of the Bible.
Both types give good results, and the choice between them is personal.
Both types of hereditary changes can be used by breeders.

Both and Bede's
Both Benedict Biscop and Ceolfrith had acquired books from the Continent, and in Bede's day the monastery was a renowned centre of learning.
Both Benedict Biscop and Ceolfrith had acquired books from the Continent, and in Bede's day the monastery was a renowned centre of learning.

Both and theological
Both Luther and Calvin thought along lines linked with the theological teachings of Augustine of Hippo.
Both traditional and revisionist theological responses to the Holocaust, can adapt or reinterpret previous Jewish ideas, so they are best understood in the context of their wider background.
Both schools were founded in the Baptist theological heritage.
Both Adoniram Judson Gordon and Russell Conwell were Baptist ministers ; Gordon's divinity school was first established as Gordon Bible Institute in 1889, while Conwell's theological school was originally chartered as Temple College in 1888.
Both his theological and philosophical works are characterized by a logico-semantical approach in which he followed Buridan, combined with an eclectic use of older theories, sometimes more Aristotelian and sometimes more Neoplatonist ; this fact that renders narrow the label " Ockhamist " often applied to Marsilius.
In early Christian theological usage apocatastasis meant the ultimate restoration of all things to their original state, which early exponents believed would still entail a purgatorial state, Both Origen and Gregory of Nyssa hoped that all creatures would be saved.
Both because it made communication between different Christian centres easier, and because there was a concerted effort by its rulers to encourage educational and religious reforms and to develop greater uniformity in Christian thought and practice across their territories, the establishment of the Carolingian Empire saw an explosion of theological inquiry, and theological controversy.
Both sides agree that the resistibility of grace is inexorably bound up with the theological system's view of humanity's inability to respond to God and of the extent of God's grace.
Both sides claimed victory, then the controversy was overshadowed by the even greater theological furore over the publication of Essays and Reviews questioning whether miracles were atheistic, bringing to a head arguments in the Church of England between liberal theologians supporting higher criticism, and conservative Evangelicals.
Both theological and secular universities were registered.
Both brothers were, in their day, two important figures in the neo-orthodox theological school within American Protestantism.
Both conservative Christian scholar Graham Stanton and agnostic Bible scholar Bart Ehrman have asserted that virtually all scholars involved with historical Jesus research believe his existence can be established using documentary and other evidence ; however, scholars such as Paula Fredriksen, Robert Funk and E. P. Sanders hold that much of the material about him in the New Testament should not be taken at face value as it is driven by theological agendas.
Both al-Hilli and his son, Fakhr ul-Muhaqqiqin were engaged in extensive theological and jurisprudential debates with the local Sunni scholars.

Both and works
" Both from the confession of the evil spirits and from the daily witness of His works, it is manifest, then, and let none presume to doubt it, that the Savior has raised His own body, and that He is very Son of God, having His being from God as from a Father, Whose Word and Wisdom and Whose Power He is.
Both of these are important in regards to the uncertainty surrounding the Beowulf manuscript, as the works which it draws from or influences suggest time-frames of composition, geographic boundaries from which it could be composed, or range ( both spatial and temporal ) of influence ( i. e. when it was " popular " and where its " popularity " took it ).
Both works were later completed by his pupil, Tibor Serly.
Both works run to less than one hour.
Both Dmitri Shostakovich ( Hamlet, 1964 ) and Alfred Schnittke ( Symphony No. 8, 1998 ) wrote works that use the harpsichord as part of the orchestral texture.
Both the Greek and Roman civilizations practiced ivory carving to make large quantities of high value works of art, precious religious objects, and decorative boxes for costly objects.
Both sons would help publish their father's works.
Both works showed little originality of thought ; they achieved wide popularity at the time of their publication, but have long been superseded.
Both these works exhibit novel compositional techniques.
Both books are dedicated to one Theophilus and no scholar seriously doubts that the same person wrote both works, though neither work contains the name of its author.
Both Fairbairn's Get Tough and Appelgate's Kill or Get Killed became classic works on hand-to-hand combat.
Both works also discuss technology development pathways that begin with scanning probe and biomolecular technologies.
Both works together have often been taken as constituting the high points of Rilke's work.
Both painters incorporate classical motifs into their works and use Alma-Tadema ’ s unconventional compositional devices such as abrupt cut-off at the edge of the canvas.
Both SMTP and HTTP are valid application layer protocols used as Transport for SOAP, but HTTP has gained wider acceptance as it works well with today's Internet infrastructure ; specifically, HTTP works well with network firewalls.
Both More's and Shakespeare's works are controversial to contemporary historians for their unflattering portrait of King Richard III, a bias partly due to both authors ' allegiance to the reigning Tudor dynasty that wrested the throne from Richard III in the Wars of the Roses.
Both these works, with Adam of Bremen as a possible source, were confused about the location of what they called Wintland — the Malmesbury monk had it on the ocean east of Norway, while Higden put it west of Denmark but failed to explain the distance.
Both Agricola's and Gerle's works were published in various editions.
Both treat their own lives like those of heroines in fantastical works of fiction, with Miss Morland likening herself to a character in a Gothic novel and young Briony Tallis writing her own melodramatic stories and plays with central characters such as " spontaneous Arabella " based on herself.
Both works were revised and added to several times before his death, and display a notable degree of Latin learning, as well as a great deal of prejudice against a foreign people.
Both types of courses tend to emphasize a balance among the acquisition of musical repertory ( often emphasized through listening examinations ), study and analysis of these works, biographical and cultural details of music and musicians, and writing about music, perhaps through music criticism.
Both of them featured bel canto works, dating from Rubini's day, in their operatic repertoires, and both of them can be heard on recordings which faithfully capture the distinct shimmer inherent in their timbre.
Both Richard Strauss and Gustav Mahler recognized Schoenberg's significance as a composer ; Strauss when he encountered Schoenberg's Gurre-Lieder, and Mahler after hearing several of Schoenberg's early works.

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