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But now many of these same builders are finding they can cut their costs more by teaming up with a dealer who has volume enough to afford the most efficient specialized equipment to deliver everything just where it is needed -- drywall inside the house, siding along the sides, trusses on the walls, roofing on the roof, etc..
Such high-resolution observations as these are needed at several wave lengths in order that the radio emission of the moon can be properly interpreted.
Four subjects ( 10% ) did not change even then but needed the additional information that an arm-elevation under these circumstances was a perfectly normal reflex reaction which some people showed while others did not.
As they do not receive Holy Orders in the Catholic, Orthodox and Oriental Churches, they do not possess the ability to ordain any religious to Holy Orders, or even admit their members to the non-ordained ministries to which they can be installed by the ordained clergy ( females do not serve as clergy anyway, per formal church teaching, in these churches ), nor do they exercise the authority they do possess under canon law over any territories outside of their monastery and its territory ( though non-cloistered, non-contemplative female religious members who are based in a convent or monastery but who participate in external affairs may assist as needed by the diocesan bishop and local secular clergy and laity, in certain pastoral ministries and administrative and non-administrative functions not requiring ordained ministry or status as a male cleric in those churches or programs ).
His long military career in these fronts meant he had acquired the military experience needed to operate in the newly reached and vastly unexplored Indian Ocean.
No official lists of ANAC numbers are published as telephone companies believe overuse of these numbers could make them more likely to be busy when needed by installers.
Prior to the Revolution, New Englanders consumed large quantities of rum and beer, as maritime trade provided them relatively easy access to the goods needed to produce these items: Rum was the distilled spirit of choice, as the main ingredient, molasses, was readily available from trade with the West Indies.
Larger guns followed on larger trucks, but these mountings generally required off-truck setup in order to unlimber the stabilizing legs these guns needed.
But they do highlight the need to closely monitor the benefits and adverse effects of these medications in individual patients, to prescribe the minimal amount needed to achieve the therapeutic goal to consider the addition of nonpharmacological approaches that may improve outcomes.
Well-funded groups like Canada's Ballard Power Systems are also working to develop a " regenerative fuel cell ", a device that can generate hydrogen and oxygen when power is available, and combine these efficiently when power is needed.
Hitler needed to avoid war until these projects were complete.
Thus an understanding of how these two levels relate to each other is needed.
While the idea of shared electron pairs provides an effective qualitative picture of covalent bonding, quantum mechanics is needed to understand the nature of these bonds and predict the structures and properties of simple molecules.
The theory formalizes this intuition, by introducing mathematical models of computation to study these problems and quantifying the amount of resources needed to solve them, such as time and storage.
However, the machine also extended the idea of multiple " General Purpose Registers " ( GPRs ), which gave the programmer flexibility to use these high-speed memory caches as they needed, potentially addressing the performance issues.
Because these two phenomena's mechanics are mutually exclusive, both are needed in order to describe the possible behaviors.
To reduce the amount of wiring needed in electronic musical keyboards, these instruments often use keyboard matrix circuits.
However, also available general-purpose DBMSs can often be used for such purpose, if they provide basic user-interfaces for straightforward database applications ( limited query and data display ; no real programming needed ), while still enjoying the database qualities and protections that these DBMSs can provide.
When this state is needed, i. e., when it is decided by a database administrator to bring the database back to this state ( e. g., by specifying this state by a desired point in time when the database was in this state ), these files are utilized to restore that state.
The related Inverted file data model utilizes inverted files of primary database files to efficiently directly access needed records in these files.
Data typically reside in the storage in structures that look completely different from the way the data look in the conceptual and external levels, but in ways that attempt to optimize ( the best possible ) these levels ' reconstruction when needed by users and programs, as well as for computing additional types of needed information from the data ( e. g., when querying the database ).
The inside of a cube, a cylinder or a sphere is three-dimensional because three co-ordinates are needed to locate a point within these spaces.

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" All of these words are infamous for the palpable horror and fear ( and suggested pain ) they bring about, whether delivered by the knights or not.
These UCLA ’ s would “ sabotage ports, refineries, boats and bridges, and try to make it look like the contras had done it .” In January 1984, these UCLA ’ s performed their most famous, or infamous, operation, the last straw that led to the ratifying of the Boland Amendment, the mining of several Nicaraguan harbors
Others view these fanciful names with skepticism ; Sigurd Towrie suggests that " they were simply erroneous terms applied by the antiquarians of the 18th or 19th centuries-romantic additions, in the same vein as the infamous " Druid's Circle " and " Sacrificial Altar ".
The most infamous of these is a quest given by the Daedric Prince Boethiah where the Dragonborn must sacrifice one of his or her followers in order to progress further into the quest and the Daedric Prince Molag Bol requires the player to sacrifice a corrupt priest by murdering him with a rusted mace once he is caught in one of Molag Bol's traps.
One of these prisoners was the infamous Apache Kid.
Rappers 50 Cent and Kanye West have referenced these infamous gloves in their songs.
The PDP-6 was infamous because of the 6205 board, a large ( 11 × 9 inches ) board which contained 1 bit of AR, MB, and MQ ( thus there were 36 of these ).
Arguments such as these made Xenophanes infamous for his attacks on " conventional military and athletic virtues of the time " and well known to side with the intellectual instead.
Along with these infamous strangers, some of the residence of Ross had fame in the lives as well.
An infamous front page headline of these years was " Judea Declares War on Germany ", published on 24 March 1933.
But Priestley and others believed that these men were found guilty not because they were rioters but because " they were infamous characters in other respects ".
State repression ( including the infamous 1894 French lois scélérates ) of the anarchist and labor movements following the few successful bombings and assassinations may have contributed to the abandonment of these kinds of tactics, although reciprocally state repression, in the first place, may have played a role in these isolated acts.
The most infamous of these deportations became known as the Trail of Tears.
The fact that Jolliffe knew about these ' secret ' investigations as early as February 1944 led to one of the most infamous incidents in 20th-century Canadian politics.
: Since reconstruction, the masses of my people have been, as it were, enslaved in mind by unprincipled adventurers, who, caring nothing for country, were willing to stoop to anything no matter how infamous, to secure power to themselves, and perpetuate it ..... My people have been told by these schemers, when men have been placed on the ticket who were notoriously corrupt and dishonest, that they must vote for them ; that the salvation of the party depended upon it ; that the man who scratched a ticket was not a Republican.
In these cases, Harlan regularly voted in favor of civil rights — similar to his grandfather, the only dissenting justice in the infamous Plessy v. Ferguson case.
The arrival of these 686 soldiers, of the 33rd and 35th squadrons of the 7th Brigade, marked a new, violent, and now infamous phase of suppression.
The most infamous of these is All My Children star Susan Lucci, whose name became synonymous with being nominated for an award and never winning, after having been nominated 18 times without receiving an award before finally winning a Daytime Emmy for Best Actress in 1999.
In reality, these paintings were painted by Kitano himself, whilst in recovery from an infamous motorcycle accident in August 1994 that left half of his face paralysed.
The most infamous of these immigrant neighborhoods was the Five Points in New York City.
It is believed that the infamous letter Catherine sent to Culpeper was sent during these proceedings.
Florescu also notes that the Shelleys reference a brief interaction while touring the countryside around Castle Frankenstein with students of the University of Strasbourg, of which Dippel was once a student ; these students could have told them stories about the infamous alumnus.
The most infamous example of these effects were seen in the eggshells of large predatory birds, which did not develop to be thick enough to support the adult bird sitting on them.

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