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By 1834 the art of oratory had reached a very high level in the United States as a literary form.
By themselves they may not be able to save the life on this planet, but without them there would be very little left worth saving.
By preying on the sick, by playing callously on the hopes of the desperate, by causing the sufferer to delay proper medical care, these medical ghouls create pain and misery by their very activity.
By this consideration atomic physics provides the underlying theory in plasma physics and atmospheric physics, even though both deal with very large numbers of atoms.
By filling the character pointer memory with values from zero to 1919 this essentially turned the text mode display into a very high resolution graphics mode, with the " font memory ", acting as the high resolution Raster graphics video memory.
By working very hard, one may be able to make this part 5 times faster, but this only reduces the time for the whole computation by a little.
By the early 1960s, the monument had grown very blackened from coal soot and automobile exhaust, and during 1965 – 1966 it was cleaned through bleaching.
As performer and producer he is very well known as KING BEE .. With his second floor filler Back By Dope Demand he scored one of the biggest hiphop hits.
By the 1st century CE, the inhabitants had developed relatively stable, organized societies and spoke languages very much related to the Cambodian or Khmer of the present day.
By this method each bull can serve very many cows, so only a very few of the purebred dairy male calves are needed to provide bulls for breeding.
By design, CITES regulates and monitors trade in the manner of a " negative list " such that trade in all species is permitted and unregulated unless the species in question appears on the Appendices or looks very much like one of those taxa.
By adopting the name Chung-cheng (" central uprightness "), he was choosing a name very similar to the name of Sun Yat-sen, who was ( and still is ) known among Chinese as Zhongshan ( 中山 — meaning " central mountain "), thus establishing a link between the two.
By 916 fleets under Sihtric Cáech and Ragnall, said to be grandsons of Ímar ( that is, they belonged to the same Uí Ímair kindred as the Ímar who was killed in 904 ), were very active in Ireland.
By the late Middle Ages these were a near-universal feature of Western churches, but are now very rare.
By World War I drum kits were characterized by very large bold marching bass drums and many percussion items suspended on and around them, and they became a central part of jazz music, specifically ( but not limited to ) dixieland.
By May 1683 the Ottoman threat to Emperor Leopold I's capital, Vienna, was very real.
By 1898 Georges Méliès was the largest producer of fiction films in France, and from this point onwards his output was almost entirely films featuring trick effects, which were very successful in all markets.
By 1918 the edges of ordinary circular irises were becoming very fuzzy when they were used in American films.
By 1918 we can find a shot of the sky being used to reflect the mood of one of the characters without specific explanation in The Gun Woman ( Frank Borzage ), but it must be emphasized that these examples are very rare, and did not either then, or within the next several years, constitute regular practice in the American cinema.
By 1918, two French mathematicians, Pierre Fatou and Gaston Julia, though working independently, arrived essentially simultaneously at results describing what are now seen as fractal behaviour associated with mapping complex numbers and iterative functions and leading to further ideas about attractors and repellors ( i. e., points that attract or repel other points ), which have become very important in the study of fractals ( see Figure 3 and Figure 4 ).
By keeping very cool relations to NATO, and to western military powers in general, Finland could fend off Soviet preludes for affiliation to the Warsaw Pact.
By 1667 Glasnevin had expanded-but not by very much ; it is recorded as containing 24 houses.
By April, complete motorcycles were in production on a very limited basis.

By and nature
By its nature it has always been of great psychological advantage and small efforts have required considerably greater counter-efforts.
By contrast, a good deal of nuclear pacifism begins with the contingencies and the probabilities, and not with the moral nature of the action to be done ; ;
* By focusing on symbolic patterns, images, and poetic mantras, the meditant can achieve consciously directed Imaginations that allow sensory phenomena to appear as the expression of underlying beings of a soul-spiritual nature.
Confucius never stated whether man was born good or evil, noting that ' By nature men are similar ; by practice men are wide apart ' — implying that whether good or bad, Confucius must have perceived all men to be born with intrinsic similarities, but that man is conditioned and influenced by study and practise.
Rabbi Milton Steinberg wrote that " By its nature Judaism is averse to formal creeds which of necessity limit and restrain thought " and asserted in his book Basic Judaism ( 1947 ) that " Judaism has never arrived at a creed.
By nature of their general training they can carry out the majority of dental treatments such as restorative ( fillings, crowns, bridges ), prosthetic ( dentures ), endodontic ( root canal ) therapy, periodontal ( gum ) therapy, and exodontia ( extraction of teeth ), as well as performing examinations, radiographs ( x-rays ) and diagnosis.
By the nature of their chromophore, dyes are divided into:
By the nature of contemporary computers most of the database part inside a computer that hosts the DBMS resides ( partially replicated ) in volatile storage.
By the nature of contemporary computers most of the database part inside a computer that hosts the DBMS resides ( partially replicated ) in volatile storage.
Despite the revivalists ' various political views and different opinions regarding the nature of authentic folk music, they all shared an understanding of Americanism that grounded the nation's identity in cultural pluralism and political democracy " By the end of the 1930s they along with the musicians and others had turned American folk music into a social movement.
" His predisposition for benevolence is clear in the statement " We whites ... must necessarily appear to them in the nature of supernatural beings .... By the simple exercise of our will we can exert a power for good practically unbounded ".
By the time of Cicero he had become " the dark " ( Ancient Greek — ) because he had spoken nimis obscurē, " too obscurely ", concerning nature and had done so deliberately in order to be misunderstood.
By showing how simple unintelligent forces can ratchet up designs of extraordinary complexity without invoking outside design, Darwin showed that an intelligent designer was not the necessary conclusion to draw from complexity in nature.
By nature of surface there can be distinguished:
By their nature, such reports only include those referred for diagnosis and treatment.
By its nature, UDP is not reliable — messages may be lost or delivered out of order.
By definition, the accused is sufficiently aware of the nature of the activity to commit the actus reus of driving and presumably knows that driving while drunk is legally wrong.
By comparing the different natural languages, scholars hope to learn something about the nature of human intelligence and the innate biases and constraints that shape natural language, which are sometimes called universal grammar.
By its nature, the overtly irrational cannot rely on the use of persuasion and must ultimately resort to force to prevail.
By defining a thing solely in terms of its external relationships or effects we only find its external, or explicit nature.
By 1800, most Congregationalist churches in Boston had Unitarian preachers teaching the strict unity of God, the subordinate nature of Christ, and salvation by character.
By and large, the true nature of the performance is not discussed by the performing company in order to sustain and promote the willing suspension of disbelief for the audience by maintaining an aura of verisimilitude.
By 1930, quantum mechanics had been further unified and formalized by the work of Paul Dirac and John von Neumann, with a greater emphasis placed on measurement in quantum mechanics, the statistical nature of our knowledge of reality, and philosophical speculation about the role of the observer.
By nature, humans engage in identification, either to identify themselves or another individual with a group.

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