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Since Af are distinct prime polynomials, the polynomials Af are relatively prime ( Theorem 8, Chapter 4 ).
* Chapter 8: “... So near the United States ”.
" Empedocles and Anaxagoras: Responses to Parmenides " Chapter 8 of Long, A.
Santer was the convening Lead Author of Chapter 8 of 1995 IPCC Working Group I Report ( AR2 WGI ), which addressed the global warming issue.
Frederick Seitz, in a June 12, 1996 editorial-page piece in the Wall Street Journal complained that alterations made to Chapter 8 of the 1995 IPCC report were made to " deceive policy makers and the public into believing that the scientific evidence shows human activities are causing global warming.
They stated that the pre-and post-Madrid versions of Chapter 8 were equally cautious in their statements ; that roughly 20 % of Chapter 8 is devoted to the discussion of uncertainties in estimates of natural climate variability and the expected signal due to human activities ; and that both versions of the chapter reached the same conclusion: " Taken together, these results point towards a human influence on climate.
When Hong Kong was handed over to China in 1997, Hong Kong retained the common law through a reception statute in Chapter I, Article 8 of the Basic Law of Hong Kong:
* Daniel's Vision of Chapter 8
The Delaware General Corporation Law ( Title 8, Chapter 1 of the Delaware Code ) is the statute governing corporate law in the state of Delaware.
* " Chapter 8: Transport and Communications " in Richard Pankhurst, Economic History of Ethiopia ( 1800 – 1935 ) ( Addis Ababa: Haile Selassie I University Press, 1968 ).
Benjamin D. Santer, a climate change researcher, wrote: The Global Climate Coalition-a less than disinterested party-has made serious allegations regarding the scientific integrity of the Lead Authors of Chapter 8, and of the IPCC process itself.
:: Example 8 ( semi-presidential republic ): Chapter 4, Article 80, Section 1-2 of the Constitution of Russia states:
:: Example 2 ( parliamentary non-executive monarchy ): Chapter 5, Article 8 of the Swedish Instrument of Government of 1974 states:
" Theories of Bounded Rationality ," Chapter 8 in C. B. McGuire and R. Radner, eds., Decision and Organization, Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company.
Chapter 8 states that Njörðr married a woman named Skaði, though she would not have intercourse with him.
Before the advent of copyright, anonymous and pseudonymous publication was a common practice in the sixteenth century publishing world, and a passage in the Arte of English Poesie ( 1589 ), the leading work of literary criticism of the Elizabethan period and an anonymously published work itself, mentions in passing that literary figures in the court who wrote " commendably well " circulated their poetry only among their friends, " as if it were a discredit for a gentleman to seem learned " ( Book 1, Chapter 8 ).
Practical Ethics includes a chapter arguing for the redistribution of wealth to ameliorate absolute poverty ( Chapter 8, " Rich and Poor "), and another making a case for resettlement of refugees on a large scale in industrialised countries ( Chapter 9, " Insiders and Outsiders ").
* Daniel Kandray, Programmable Automation Technologies, Industrial Press, 2010 ISBN 978-0-8311-3346-7, Chapter 8 Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers
Chapter 8: Queues and Priority Queues, pp. 386 – 390.
* Chapter 7 divides humility into twelve degrees, or steps in the ladder that leads to heaven :( 1 ) Fear God ; ( 2 ) Substitute one's will to the will of God ; ( 3 ) Be obedient to one's superior ; ( 4 ) Be patient amid hardships ; ( 5 ) Confess one's sins ; ( 6 ) Accept oneself as a " worthless workman "; ( 7 ) Consider oneself " inferior to all "; ( 8 ) Follow examples set by superiors ; ( 9 ) Do not speak until spoken to ; ( 10 ) Do not laugh ; ( 11 ) Speak simply and modestly ; and ( 12 ) Be humble in bodily posture.

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it is the subject of Chapter 4.
In the above mentioned report of the Notre Dame Chapter of the American Association of University Professors, the basic outlook of the new breed of lay faculty emerges very clearly in the very statement of the problem as the members see it: `` Even with the best of intentions he ( the President of the university ) is loath to delegate such authority and responsibility to a group the membership of which, considered ( as it must be by him ) in individual terms, is inhomogeneous, mortal and of extremely varying temperament, interests and capabilities.
In his commentary on Chapter 3 of the Brahma Sutras, Sivananda notes that karma is insentient and short-lived, and ceases to exist as soon as a deed is executed.
He declines to solve a case for the Home Secretary because he is retired in Chapter One of Peril at End House ( 1932 ).
The Eaglet is a character appearing in Chapter 2 and 3 of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, a reference to Edith Liddell, Alice's sister.
But there are smaller snippets of tradition preserved in the Historia Brittonum: in Chapter 31, we are told that Vortigern ruled in fear of Ambrosius ; later, in Chapter 66, various events are dated from a Battle of Guoloph ( often identified with Wallop, ESE of Amesbury near Salisbury ), which is said to have been between Ambrosius and Vitolinus ; lastly, in Chapter 48, it is said that Pascent, the son of Vortigern, was granted rule over the regions of Buellt and Gwrtheyrnion by Ambrosius.
" In Chapter 48 Ambrosius Aurelianus is described as " king among all the kings of the British nation ".
During combat, he is injured in his back, fatally ( Chapter 6 ) — the resulting wound is large enough for Paul to see Haie's breathing lung when Himmelstoss carries him to safety.
Abstraction is one of Jung's 57 definitions in Chapter XI of Psychological Types.
Chapter 17 of William Bates ' 1920 book Perfect Sight Without Glasses, in which the author argues that observation of the sun is beneficial to those with poor vision, includes a figure of somebody " Focussing the Rays of the Sun Upon the Eye of a Patient by Means of a Burning Glass.
( Chapter 1 is the first of three important moments in Joshua marked with major speeches and reflections by the main characters ; here first God and then Joshua make speeches about the goal of conquest of the Promised Land ; at chapter 12, Joshua looks back on the conquest ; and at chapter 23 Joshua gives a speech about what must be done if Israel is to live in peace in the land ).
* A baldric features prominently in Chapter 4 of Alexandre Dumas, père's The Three Musketeers, in which D ' Artagnan has his nearly-disastrous first encounters with Porthos ( who is wearing one ), Aramis, and Athos.
( A fourth, Elihu the Buzite ( Heb: Alieua ben Barakal the Buzite ), begins talking in Chapter 32 and plays a significant role in the dialogue, but his arrival is not described ).
After Elihu's speech ends with the last verse of Chapter 37, God appears and in the second verse of Chapter 38, God says, speaking of Job: “ Who is this that darkeneth counsel by words without knowledge?

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Also, in Chapter XI ( entitled ' How to compare two different Systems of Laws ') of Book XXIX he advises that " to determine which of those systems the French and English systems for the punishment of false witnesses is most agreeable to reason, we must take them each as a whole and compare them in their entirety.
These remarks are included in Part 2, Chapter XV, which is entitled: " How they Raise and Stir up Hailstorms and Tempests, and Cause Lightning to Blast both Men and Beasts ":
With the exception of Meet – The Tiger !, chapter titles of Templar novels usually contain a descriptive phrase describing the events of the chapter ; for example, Chapter Four of Knight Templar is entitled " How Simon Templar dozed in the Green Park and discovered a new use for toothpaste ".
The key Chapter 15 is entitled " On an experiment, in which these potencies, listed above, can be evoked by the rubbing of a sulphur ball.
For example, Chapter 1 entitled " The Texan " ends with " everybody but the CID man, who had caught cold from the fighter captain and come down with pneumonia.
" Chapter 2, entitled " Clevinger ", begins with " In a way the CID man was pretty lucky, because outside the hospital the war was still going on.
These ordered descriptions eventually became Chapter 1 ( entitled Of the Valar ) for the Quenta Silmarillion ( or " The Silmarillion proper ".
Chapter 13 in James Joyce's Ulysses is entitled " Nausicaa " and echoes the story to a degree: the character Gerty McDowell ( Nausicaa's analogue ) tempts Bloom.
Chapter Two of the Bulgarian Citizenship Act is entitled " Acquisition of Bulgarian Citizenship ".
In his book Das Kapital, in Chapter 26 entitled " The Secret of Primitive Accumulation " and Chapter 27, " Expropriation of the Agricultural Population from the Land ", Marx claimed that the feudal relationships of serfdom were violently transformed into private property and free labour: free of possession and free to sell their labour force on the market.
Chapter 7 of the Second Report on the State of the World ’ s Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture ( SoWPGR-2 ) entitled " Access to Plant Genetic Resources, the sharing of benefits arising out of their utilization and the realization of Farmers ’ Rights " is mainly dedicated to the International Treaty.
The Eugenics Board of North Carolina ( EBNC ) was a State Board of the state of North Carolina formed in July 1933 by the North Carolina State Legislature by the passage of House Bill 1013, entitled ' An Act to Amend Chapter 34 of the Public Laws of 1929 of North Carolina Relating to the Sterilization of Persons Mentally Defective '.
In Chapter 47 of his India, entitled " On Vasudeva and the Wars of the Bharata ," Abu Rayhan Biruni attempted to give a naturalistic explanation as to why the struggles described in the Mahabharata " had to take place.
The Hollow Man gives an explicatory recipe for crime writers: Chapter 17 of the book consists of a theoretical digression entitled " The Locked-Room Lecture ".
105-106 ) writes in Chapter 5 entitled Glossary with Detailed Analysis of Concepts in Japuji in Japuji: the Gate Way of Liberation, " The nine doors of body open to the nether world.
In Chapter 2 of his Brahmasphutasiddhanta, entitled Planetary True Longitudes, Brahmagupta presents a sine table:
In early 1994 Michael Romeo ( ex-Phantom's Opera, ex-Gemini ) recorded a studio album entitled The Dark Chapter, which featured himself and keyboard player Michael Pinnella.
Chapter 16, entitled " Love Without Jealousy ", devoted 20 pages to the proposition that an open marriage could include some forms of sexuality with other partners.
The pop act's many promotional appearances during the year were also broadcast as part of their own TV shows, entitled Hear ' Say: A New Chapter in Full and The Hear ' Say Story.
In 2009, Relapse released the live album entitled Close of a Chapter — Live in Québec City, that was previously self-released by the band in 2005.
Chapter 1, entitled " The Social Order ," declares Czechoslovakia to be " socialist state, founded on the firm bond of workers, peasants and intelligentsia, in whose lead is the working class "; it " belongs to the world socialist system ; strives for friendly relations to all nations and securing lasting peace in the whole world ".
The music from After Burner appears in remixed form in Chapter 8, entitled " Route 666 ", of Bayonetta ( 2009, developed by Platinum Games and published by Sega ).
The compilation is entitled The End of This Chapter and was released in Japan in August 2005 and in Europe in May 2006.

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