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Conversely, Michel de Montaigne's essay " Of cannibals " introduced a new multicultural note in European civilization.
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Conversely, the Republic of Texas embassy in Paris was located in what is now the Hotel de Vendome, adjacent to the Place Vendôme in Paris ' 2e arrondissement.
Conversely, following the suicide of Adolf Hitler, de Valera, following diplomatic protocol, controversially offered condolences to the German ambassador.
Conversely, and precisely at the same time as the discovery of the " wikt: bordereau | bordereau " in the summer of 1894, the first successful prototype of the highly advanced long-recoil Mle 1897 Canon de 75 modèle 1897 | French 75 field gun had just been tested in great secrecy.
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.
It was this petit-bourgeois, almost lumpen viewpoint, that explained Rodrigues ' antipathy towards the higher middle-cass intelligentsia that made much of the political Left of the period (" I'm not moved by marches of the ruling classes ", was he to say before a march of protesters against the military dictatorship ). Conversely, for those Brazilian writers that equated modernism in literature with support for social change, Rodrigues ' longings for a lost old order made it impossible to accept the reality of his formal innovations: for the great modernist Oswald de Andrade, Rodrigues ' literature was " nothing but a wretched newspaper feuilleton ", and Rodrigues himself " an ill-educated, illustrious, pervert ".
Conversely, family names using prepositions like " de " and " de la " could not replace the preposition with the Germanic " von ".
Conversely, the two " Casemates de Bourges " bunkers, one on each side of the fort, were totally disarmed of their four 75's.
Conversely and essay
Conversely, the fictional " Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote " is written in a style resembling an essay in literary criticism.
Conversely and introduced
Conversely, the importation of wheat was restricted, with the first prohibitive tariffs on the importation of grains introduced in 1663 in a two-tier system, adjusted ( 1670 ) into a three-tier system based on current price.
Conversely, the Roman connection introduced foreign influence beyond the control of local rulers, but also allowed rulers to display themselves on a wider, European stage, and to seek out more powerful sources of legitimacy.
Conversely, Kurt Angle was introduced to the World Wrestling Federation with an American hero gimmick based on his gold medal win at the 1996 Summer Olympics.
Conversely and new
Conversely, Trotsky held that socialism in one country would economically constrain the industrial development of the USSR, and thus required assistance from the new socialist countries that had arisen in the developed world, which was essential for maintaining Soviet democracy, in 1924 much undermined by civil war and counter-revolution.
Conversely, birds of prey-which show distinct reverse sexual dimorphism — tend to be monogamous for long periods or mate for life ; some species like the Snail kite will choose new mates every year, polygyny is noted in many Harriers and polyandry has been observed in the Harris ' Hawk ( notable for being the only bird of prey to regularly live and hunt in family and social groups ) and the aforementioned Galapagos hawk.
Conversely, these fluids may metasomatically alter a rock, introducing new Rb and Sr into the rock ( generally during potassic alteration or calcic ( albitisation ) alteration.
Conversely, an algorithm to test for solvability in arbitrary integers could be used to test a given equation for solvability in natural numbers by applying that supposed algorithm to the equation obtained from the given equation by replacing each unknown by the sum of the squares of four new unknowns.
Conversely, if the child's expenses increase, the obligee may ask the court to increase payments to cover the new costs.
Conversely, programs that expect newline to be used as a separator will interpret a final newline as starting a new ( empty ) line.
Conversely, the adoptive parent ( s ) are legally considered to be the parent ( s ) of the adopted child ; a new birth certificate reflecting this is issued.
Conversely, supporters of simplified Chinese characters object to the description of traditional characters as " standard ," since they view the new simplified characters as the contemporary standard used by the vast majority of Chinese speakers.
Conversely, in the book The Tin Woodman of Oz, the Tin Woodsman learns that his old human body parts ( minus the head ) were sewn together to create a new man who then married his old sweetheart.
Conversely, solid personal management skills are often manifested by efficient integration of new technology or processes, creative thinking, high productivity, and a pursuit of skill enhancement.
Conversely, Austereo's Triple M group of stations have suffered heavily from increased competition from new station Vega 95. 3 and Vega 91. 5 in Sydney and Melbourne respectively, with the stations in Melbourne and Sydney recording some of their lowest ratings of all time.
Conversely, they may decide to call a version that is really not very different a " new edition " ( n + 1th ).
Conversely, if one pottery-type suddenly replaces a great diversity of pottery types in an entire region this might be interpreted as a new group migrating in with this new style.
Conversely, in February 2012, SB Nation columnist Travis Hughs said that " Key Arena is so poorly designed for hockey that even a single season there would be unacceptable ", referring to the arrangement of seating on only one end of the rink, a consequence of the renovation favoring basketball-type bleacher arrangements-the same problems with sight lines that caused the Thunderbirds to negotiate for a new arena nearby.
Conversely, firms may be merged among experienced attorneys as partners for purposes of shared financing and resources, while the different departments and practice areas within the new firm retain a significant degree of autonomy.
Conversely, the United Steelworkers, the union that represented the miners and that spearheaded the lobbying effort, touted the law as an important new tool with which to hold accountable corporate leadership in on-the-job disasters.
Conversely, some critics, have become particularly important helping to explain and promote new art movements — Roger Fry with the Post-Impressionist movement, Lawrence Alloway with Pop Art as examples.
Conversely, recent decades have seen the rise of new analytically and computationally rigorous techniques.
Conversely, others have criticized the new test for its apparent vagueness, contending that it permits financially powerful organizations such as the RIAA and MPAA to effectively hinder development of new technology by active pursuit of litigation against the developers and distributors.
Conversely and note
Conversely, if a double sharp were added to any other note not containing a sharp or flat as indicated by the key signature then the note will be raised two semitones or a whole step with respect to the chromatic scale.
Conversely, a down period is characterized by the close being lower than the previous period's ( note that D is nonetheless a positive number ),
Conversely, a very short musical note becomes just a click, and so one can't know its frequency very accurately.
Conversely and European
Conversely, Henig acknowledges that if the US had been a member, its reluctance to engage in war with European states and to enact economic sanctions may have hampered the ability of the League to deal with international incidents.
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, most European universities now offer master's degrees parallelling or replacing their regular system, so as to offer their students better chances to compete in an international market dominated by the American model.
Conversely, patrilineal input as indicated by the Y chromosome showed that 70 % of Puerto Rican males in the sample have Y chromosome DNA from a male European ancestor, 20 % inherited Y chromosome DNA from a male African ancestor and less than 10 % inherited Y chromosome DNA from male Amerindian ancestor.
Doyle said, " Conversely, many European publishers feel that American critics are not qualified or properly situated to review football, rally, F1, cricket and rugby games.
Conversely, the Seder Rav Amram, so edited, was a major source used in the standardization of the Ashkenazic rite, which was already akin to the old European family.
: Conversely, the European Minister of Defence, might with the authorization of the Council of Ministers, place at the disposal of a participating government a part of its national forces comprised in the European force, for the purpose of meeting requirements other than those of common defense.