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Conversely, FM Global does use the term " Approvals " for its certification listings, which are intended for use of the products within buildings that are insured by FM Global.
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Conversely, most heat-treatable alloys are precipitation hardening alloys, which produce the opposite effects that steel does.
Conversely, in an n-channel enhancement-mode device, a positive gate-to-source voltage is necessary to create a conductive channel, since one does not exist naturally within the transistor.
Conversely, the reasons internalist answers the question in the negative (" No, Sasha does not have a reason not to steal from that poor person, though others might .").
Conversely, simply having negative relationships with some women does not necessarily mean someone holds misogynistic views.
Conversely, a scientific antirealist or instrumentalist argues that science does not aim ( or at least does not succeed ) at truth and that we should not regard scientific theories as true.
Conversely, cable control is immediate and physical, and through that offers a certain degree of direct force feedback that myoelectric control does not.
Conversely, the Chinese logogram for water (" 水 ") may have a slightly different appearance in Japanese texts than it does in Chinese texts, and local typefaces may reflect this.
Conversely, Roxanne Gentilcore reads in its diction and narrative strategies images of deception, veiled threat and seduction, in which Pomona, the tamed hamadryad now embodying the orchard, does not have a voice.
Conversely, an afflicted plantation can in some cases be cleared of pest species cheaply through the use of a prescribed burn, which kills all lesser plants but does not significantly harm the mature trees.
Conversely, in the category of rings, there are no kernels in the category-theoretic sense ; indeed, this category does not even have zero morphisms.
Conversely, some words appear to be a prefixed form of an opposite, but the opposite term does not exist, such as inept, which appears to be in-+ * ept ; such a word is known as an unpaired word.
Conversely, the selling price of a product made in a participating country and sold in a country that does not participate, bears no part of the tax burden of the country in which it is sold ( as do the domestic products it is competing with ).
Conversely, the creation by an author of an imaginary country — such as Ruritania or Graustark — does not automatically transform that imaginary country into a fantasy world, even if the location would be impossible in reality owing to a lack of land to contain it ; but such Ruritanian romances may be pushed toward the category of fantasy worlds by the introduction of, say, witches and wise women, where it is not clear if their magic is effectual.
Conversely, unlike a human being, an animal does not objectify itself, as “ the subject ”, nor its products as ideas, “ the object ”, because an animal engages in directly self-sustaining actions that have neither a future intention, nor a conscious intention.
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, minimal compliance with a safety statute does not always absolve a defendant if the trier of fact determines that the reasonable person should have taken actions beyond and in excess of what the statute required.
* 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, in For Us, The Living, Scudder does establish for several years a de facto domination over the Mississippi Valley, and terrorizes much of the rest of the country by Ku Klux Klan – type thugs — but he is stopped at the last moment by the counter-mobilization of libertarians, and despite mass voter intimidation carries only Tennessee and Alabama.
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Conversely the use of true brass seems to have declined in Western Europe during this period in favour of gunmetals and other mixed alloys but by the end of the first Millennium AD brass artefacts are found in Scandinavian graves in Scotland, brass was being used in the manufacture of coins in Northumbria and there is archaeological and historical evidence for the production of brass in Germany and The Low Countries areas rich in calamine ore which would remain important centres of brass making throughout the medieval period, especially Dinant – brass objects are still collectively known as dinanterie in French.
) Conversely, it is often helpful to use the geometry of Cartesian coordinates in two or three dimensions to visualize algebraic relationships between two or three of many non-spatial variables.
Conversely, so-called " nodder " height finding radars use a dish with a narrow vertical beamwidth and wide azimuthal beamwidth to detect an aircraft at a specific height but with low azimuthal precision.
Conversely, older speakers in some regions ( such as the American South ) may use in words like coach and road that have in SE ( i. e., ).
Conversely, the HMV store chain exists in Japan ( though no longer owned by HMV Group ), but it cannot use the His Master's Voice motto or logo ; its logo is a stylized image of a gramophone only.
Conversely there have been a small number of aircraft designs which have no separate wing, but use the fuselage to generate lift.
Conversely, some 386 and 486 systems use what is known as " memory interleaving ", which requires twice as many SIMMs and effectively doubles the bandwidth.
Conversely, if the italics are purely ornamental rather than meaningful, then semantic markup practices would dictate that the author use the Cascading Style Sheets declaration along with an appropriate, semantic class name instead of an or element.
Conversely, if government policy or economic conditions shifts generators back to use more polluting fossil fuels and internal combustion engine vehicles ( ICEVs ), or more inefficient sources, the reverse can happen.
Conversely, a person may use fantasy to focus and maintain arousal, such as a man receiving fellatio ignoring a distraction.
Conversely, other studies dispute these claims and report that the prevalence rate has not significantly decreased with the use of more expensive antipsychotic medication.
Conversely, words such as banjee, while well-established in a subset of gay society, have never made the transition to popular use.
Conversely, a polynomial time algorithm ( e. g., one that requires n < sup > 20 </ sup > steps for n-digit keys ) may be too slow for any practical use.
Conversely, his aerosol strokes are regarded as different from those of his peers, as they are as thin as the fine lines achieved only through the use of an airbrush.
Conversely, people use fewer reasons and more CHR explanations when explaining behaviors of collectives or aggregate groups ( O ' Laughlin & Malle, 2002 ).
Conversely, Morrison picked up a throw-away character from DP # 14, who was slipped into the art on the last page of # 18 to set up Morrison's use: Dorothy Spinner was an ape-faced girl with powerful " imaginary friends.
Conversely, show hunter and jumper riders may use a flatter end to encourage forward movement, such as the Prince of Wales design.