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Conversely and British
Conversely, BBC critic Mark Kermode believes that " the movie industries of Britain and America are inextricably intertwined ", citing numerous examples of how Hollywood provides work to British production staff and studios, whilst Britain enables Hollywood to base their prestigious productions at UK studios.
Conversely on occasions he attracted criticism for dogmatically pursuing schemes favoured by the right of his party, notably the privatisation of British Rail, and for closing down most of the coal industry in advance of privatisation.
Conversely, it lionizes the courage and sacrifice of the British, Soviets, and Chinese.
Conversely, British Decca retained a non-reciprocal right to license and issue American Decca recordings in the UK on their Brunswick Records ( US Decca recordings ) and Coral Records ( US Brunswick and Coral recordings ) labels ; this arrangement continued through 1967 when a UK branch of MCA was established utilising the MCA Records label, with distribution fluctuating between British Decca and other English companies over time.
Conversely, other British acts such as Wang Chung, Breathe and Murray Head, as well as the Anglo-Australian duo Air Supply, are one-hit wonders in the UK but not in the US, and the American group 3T, best known in their homeland as being the three sons of Tito Jackson of The Jackson 5, along with other bands such as Blind Melon and Deep Blue Something, are one-hit wonders in the US but not in the UK.
# Conversely, many older British Jews consider it more colloquial and " down-home " to say " Shobbes ", " cholla " and " motza ", though the vowel in these words is in fact a patach, which is rendered as in both Sephardi and Ashkenazi Hebrew.
Conversely, the narrow beam made it very difficult to stay aligned with a moving target, as when communicating from shore to a moving ship, and the British issued a dispersing lens to broaden the heliograph beam from its natural diameter of 0. 5 degrees to 15 degrees for that purpose
Conversely, it won for Best Single at the 1997 BRIT Awards, and for International Hit of the Year and Best British-Written Single at the 1997 Ivor Novello Awards presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters.
Conversely the United Empire Loyalists left what was to be the United States and moved North to remain under British rule.
Conversely, there were those, like the British explorer and geographer William Winwood Reade, who drew on the accounts of slave traders to argue that the effects of slavery were positive.
Conversely the African scholars of the Ibadan School saw the American and British universities as bastions of imperialism.
Conversely, two British convoys from Malta were delayed as result of the battle.
Conversely, British tanks and armored cars were outfitted with the British version of the distinctly different Mle 1909 light Hotchkiss ( a. k. a. the " Benet-Mercie ").
Conversely, the first British performance of the symphony did not take place until January 2, 1964, with the semi-professional Polyphonia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Bryan Fairfax.

Conversely and English
Conversely in francophone Canada, one hundredth of a Canadian dollar is informally called a sou ( penny ), though cent is official in both English and French.
Conversely, in the English language as a whole, singular verb forms can often be used with nouns ending in "- s " that were once considered plural ( for example: " Physics is my favorite academic subject ").
Conversely, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean do not have single words for a thousand to the second, third, fifth power, etc., unlike English and many other European languages.
Conversely, for the Williamites, the war was about maintaining Protestant and English rule in Ireland.
Conversely, two of the most famous rock musicians from Ontario, Avril Lavigne and Alanis Morissette, are Franco-Ontarian by the second definition but not by the first, since they were born to Franco-Ontarian parents but currently work and live predominantly using the English language ( both currently have residences in Los Angeles ).
Conversely, to English speakers who do not know Spanish, there is nothing redundant about " the La Brea tar pits " because the name " La Brea " is opaque: the speaker does not know that it is Spanish for " the tar ".
Conversely, the English rule has been criticised.
Conversely, in 1996 now-defunct English team Oswestry Town were accepted by the League of Wales and currently The New Saints are based in Oswestry.
Conversely, English ( a Germanic, rather than Romance, language ) is now predominant in the Channel Islands.
Conversely, during the US occupation of 1946 – 68, the so-called " Navy Generation " learned modern US English at school, whilst using OML at home.
* Conversely, a letter or group of letters can correspond to different phonemes in different contexts ( as th does in English ; originally this stood for a single phoneme, which then split ).
Conversely, some non-Latin words ending in-us or Latin words that would not have pluralized with-i in Latin are given an-i ending in English.
Conversely, in the Simpsons the fact that English is mutually understood by the show's human and alien characters is noted as being " an astonishing coincidence ".
Conversely, Naomi pronounces English very well, but cannot string together a coherent sentence.
Conversely, the protagonist Dorian Hawkmoon is a German ( though having an English name ), originally from Köln, who is exiled by Granbretan's brutal conquest of his homeland but who fights on and rallies the Europeans ' resistance to the conquerors.

Conversely and fitted
Conversely, when a Presta valve is fitted into the larger Schrader rim hole, grommets or reducers are sometimes used to take up the extra space.
Conversely, the Flamenco guitar is subject to heavy strumming and tapping with fingers and fingernails and often has pickguards fitted both above and below the soundhole.

Conversely and past
Conversely, a current of one ampere is one coulomb of charge going past a given point per second:
Conversely, students who have failed a grade may remain in high school past the age of 18.
Conversely, studying surface of earth leads to an understanding of the atmosphere and climate of a planet — both its present state and its past.
Conversely, a system past the critical point will experience too many blackouts leading to system-wide upgrades moving it back below the critical point.
Conversely, in one exposé of his past he is revealed to have no last name.
Referencing theorist Fredric Jameson's framework, film critic Linda Williams refers to documentaries that seek only to reveal the past as supporting the notion of an “ intensified nostalgia for a past that is already lost .” Conversely, " The Thin Blue Line " suggests Adams ' innocence by clouding a previously established history.
Conversely, some women who have been sexually victimized in the past report unwanted sexual fantasies, similar to flashbacks of their victimization.
Conversely, a link with the past came from Pete Beresford who contributed vibraphone, reprising his role on Hex.
Conversely the postmodern-style eastern façade, facing the commercial center, is dominated by an outwardly-curved glass curtain wall that extends past the southern edge, creating a suspended vertical " fin " that emphasizes the structure's impression of lightness and thrust.

Conversely and tense
Conversely, languages that grammaticalise aspect can have tense as a secondary use of an aspect.
Conversely, in individuals with very tense ascites, it has been hypothesized that removal of ascitic fluid may improve renal function if it decreases the pressure on the renal veins.

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