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By no means would we discourage the production of ideas: they provide raw materials with which to work ; ;
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By the time they reach that age, however, Aristotle no longer worries about the evil influence of comedies.
By 1937 he had clarified his intentions to serve his people: `` I have striven for clarity and melodious idiom, but at the same time I have by no means attempted to restrict myself to the accepted methods of harmony and melody.
By contrast, even experienced linguists commonly know no more of the range of possibilities in tone systems than the over-simple distinction between register and contour languages.
By all means the most important distinction is that between those total-cost apportionments which superimpose a distribution of admittedly unallocable cost residues on estimates of incremental or marginal costs, and those other apportionments which recognize no difference between true cost allocation and mere total-cost distribution.
By the time Felix turned up it was early afternoon, which, one would think, would be late enough so that by then, except for small children and a few hardy souls who had not yet sobered up, it could have been expected that people would no longer be having any sort of active interest in the previous night's noisemakers and paper hats.
By the 27th century BC Egyptian writing had a set of some 24 hieroglyphs which are called uniliterals, to represent syllables that begin with a single consonant of their language, plus a vowel ( or no vowel ) to be supplied by the native speaker.
has no zero in F. By contrast, the fundamental theorem of algebra states that the field of complex numbers is algebraically closed.
By no means do all Jews today believe in reincarnation, but belief in reincarnation is not uncommon among many Jews, including Orthodox.
By 1903 the Liberals were so dominant that there was no longer an organized opposition in Parliament.
Puttenham, in the time of Elizabeth I of England, wished to start from Elissabet Anglorum Regina ( Elizabeth Queen of the English ), to obtain Multa regnabis ense gloria ( By thy sword shalt thou reign in great renown ); he explains carefully that H is " a note of aspiration only and no letter ", and that Z in Greek or Hebrew is a mere SS.
By the end of the book, Paul realizes that he no longer knows what to do with himself and decides that he has nothing more to lose.
By the end of the 18th century there were no factories or mills and only a few small cottage industries along the border with Zurich.
By December 1790 Phillip was ready to return to England, but the colony had largely been forgotten in London and no instructions reached him, so he carried on.
" By 1923 however, Gropius was no longer evoking images of soaring Romanesque cathedrals and the craft-driven aesthetic of the " Völkisch movement ", instead declaring " we want an architecture adapted to our world of machines, radios and fast cars.
" By 1972 when GE and RCA were no longer in the mainframe business, the remaining five companies behind IBM became known as the BUNCH, an acronym based on their initials.
By 1950, there were only 100, 000 monolingual Bretons, and a rapid decline since, with likely no monolingual speakers left today.
By the last years of the 19th century, The British Museum's collections had increased so much that the Museum building was no longer big enough for them.
By contrast, in civil law jurisdictions ( the legal tradition that prevails in, or is combined with common law in, Europe and most non-Islamic, non-common law countries ), courts lack authority to act where there is no statute, and judicial precedent is given less interpretive weight ( which means that a judge deciding a given case has more freedom to interpret the text of a statute independently, and less predictably ), and scholarly literature is given more.
By and means
By means of geographical isolation and high fertility rates, inbreeding can be fostered and the pattern of isolation from the greater society maintained.
By means of this social control, deviance is either eliminated or somehow made compatible with the function of the social group.
By means of charts showing wave-travel times and depths in the ocean at various locations, it is possible to estimate the rate of approach and probable time of arrival at Hawaii of a tsunami getting under way at any spot in the Pacific.
By " chance ", he means all those particular comprehensible events which the viewer considers possible in accord with their experience.
By " necessary connection ", Hume means the power or force which necessarily ties one idea to another.
By allowing a new kind of equality among citizens this opened the way to democracy, which in turn called for a new means, chattel slavery, to at least partially equalise the availability of leisure between rich and poor.
By such subtle means were Cranmer's purposes further confused, leaving it for generations to argue over the precise theology of the rite.
By means of her mother, Catherine had a stronger legitimate claim to the English throne than King Henry VII himself through the first two wives of John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster: Blanche of Lancaster and the Spanish Infanta Constance of Castile.
By means of the atonement and his offering of divine grace to humankind, Christ provided access to divinity for humankind.
By the time DDT was introduced in the U. S., the disease had already been brought under control by a variety of other means.
" By this Derrida means that all claims to know something necessarily involve an assertion of the metaphysical type that something is the case somewhere.
By many, education is understood to be a means of overcoming handicaps, achieving greater equality and acquiring wealth and status for all ( Sargent 1994 ).