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Conversely, Western sources erroneously define the " Persian " " ethnicity " as basically anyone living in Iran who does not claim a secondary regional linguistic identity.
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Conversely and Western
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, several Gaelic-speaking communities lie outwith the Highland, Argyll and Bute and Western Isles council areas, for example Arran and parts of Perth and Kinross.
" Conversely, when Russian-influenced musicians tried to ban traditional Azerbaijani instruments like the tar, zurna and kamancha, Hajibeyov and his colleagues pushed to incorporate them into the Western orchestra, thereby, giving them an even higher status and ultimately a chance to survive.
Conversely and sources
Conversely, if statistics were uncovered which contradicted a cherished theory, the sources were denounced as faulty.
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, given a point, the logarithm gives a point in the tangent space ( roughly speaking, as again, one must transport from the origin to point ; for details, refer to original sources ).
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, Oz has technological, architectural, and urban elements typical of Europe and North America around the turn of the twentieth century ; but this may involve cultural input from unusual external sources ( see History below ).
Conversely and define
Conversely, one might expect that inertial motions, once identified by observing the actual motions of bodies and making allowances for the external forces ( such as electromagnetism or friction ), can be used to define the geometry of space, as well as a time coordinate.
Conversely, given a groupoid G in the algebraic sense, let G < sub > 0 </ sub > be the set of all elements of the form x * x < sup >− 1 </ sup > with x varying through G and define G ( x * x < sup >-1 </ sup >, y * y < sup >-1 </ sup >) as the set of all elements f such that y * y < sup >-1 </ sup > * f * x * x < sup >-1 </ sup > exists.
Conversely, specifying the symmetry can define the structure, or at least clarify what we mean by an invariant, geometric language in which to discuss it ; this is one way of looking at the Erlangen programme.
We define Thm ( C ) to be the set of all formulas that are valid in C. Conversely, if X is a set of formulas, let Mod ( X ) be the class of all frames which validate every formula from X.
Conversely one may legally be an adult but possess none of the maturity and responsibility that may define adult character.
Conversely, given a Boolean ring R, we define the join operation by a ' b = a + b + ab, and the meet operation as multiplication.
Conversely, given a configuration of a conic and six lines which tangent to it in the plane, we may define the double cover of the plane ramified over the union of these 6 lines.
Conversely, given any element u ∈ F ( A ) we may define a natural transformation Φ: Hom ( A ,–) → F via
is a volume form on M. Conversely, given two volume forms, their ratio is a non-vanishing function ( positive if they define the same orientation, negative if they define opposite orientations ).
Conversely, one could define a potential corresponding to pH as a potential difference between a solute and pH neutral water, separated by porous membrane ( that is permeable to hydrogen ions ).
Conversely and Persian
Conversely, the Allies, who had initially been as nervous of a battle as the Persians, sought to press home their morale advantage once they were informed of the state of the Persian fleet.
Conversely, the Persian kings could, and did, destroy the shrines of peoples who had rebelled against them, as happened at Miletos in 494 BC following the Ionian Revolt.
Conversely and anyone
Conversely, John McClain of the New York Journal American thought the show would have been incomprehensible to anyone not already familiar with the comic strip.
Conversely and living
Conversely, surveys conducted among living donors postoperatively and in a period of five years following the procedure have shown extreme regret in a majority of the donors, who said that given the chance to repeat the procedure, they would not.
Conversely, Mary Ann Walters is shown living at Lodge House, Park Crescent, Marylebone ( the gatehouse to Regents Park ) with sons James Isaac, aged 13, George, aged 12, and Ephraim Robert, aged 2.
Conversely, Russian emigre guitarists living in western countries, where only six string guitars were available, have been known to modify six string ( and sometimes twelve string ) acoustic guitars to seven string instruments, in order to better play their favorite Russian songs.
Conversely and Iran
Conversely, it has represented the interests of Iran ( 1958 – 1987 ) and Côte d ' Ivoire ( 1973 – 1986 ) in Israel.
Conversely and who
Conversely, some of the Allied infantry who had just dealt a crushing defeat to the French at the Battle of Waterloo fully expected to have to fight again the next day ( at the Battle of Wavre ).
Conversely, these arguments were disputed by those who claimed Dominion was widely misunderstood, and conservatively inclined commenters saw the change as part of a much larger attempt by Liberals to " re-brand " or re-define Canadian history.
Conversely, the bodies of people who had certain medical conditions are useful for research into those conditions.
Conversely, people who revere or venerate religious images are ( by iconoclasts ) called " iconolaters ".
Conversely, some of the people of Kabul who lived under King Zahir Shah describe the period before the April 1978 Saur Revolution as a sort of golden age.
Conversely, equivalent housing in black neighborhoods is far more affordable to those who are unable or unwilling to pay a premium to live in white neighborhoods.
( Conversely, the Star Trek: Enterprise episode " Awakening " includes a line from the long-deceased Surak referring to the enemies of logic in his time as " those who marched beneath the raptor's wing ": this would appear to be a reference to the symbol of the Romulan Empire.
Conversely, trade secret owners who cannot evidence reasonable efforts at protecting confidential information, risk losing the trade secret, even if the information is obtained by competitors illegally.
Conversely, Elijah Delmedigo ( c. 1458 – c. 1493 ), in his Bechinat ha-Dat endeavored to show that the Zohar could not be attributed to Shimon bar Yochai, arguing that if it were his work, the Zohar would have been mentioned by the Talmud, as has been the case with other works of the Talmudic period, that had bar Yochai known by divine revelation the hidden meaning of the precepts, his decisions on Jewish law from the Talmudic period would have been adopted by the Talmud, that it would not contain the names of rabbis who lived at a later period than that of Simeon ; and that if the Kabbalah was a revealed doctrine, there would have been no divergence of opinion among the Kabbalists concerning the mystic interpretation of the precepts.
Conversely, members of a society may also shun or scapegoat members of the society who violate its norms.
Conversely, those who wish to function primarily as clinical ED physicians choose the CCFP route of certification.
Conversely, individuals who wish to receive benefit from their family connections may take that person's first or last name.
# Conversely, coming out can be viewed as inauthentic or as a self-betrayal for some trans and intersex people who have chosen to live in stealth because the disclosure is at odds with their true gender.
Conversely, the daughter of a non-kohen who married a kohen took on the same rights as an unmarried daughter of a kohen.
Conversely defeat by an external power could mean the end of a ruler and his people, who were absorbed into the victorious confederacy.
Lund said: Conversely, the majority opinion was criticized by Harvard University law professor Alan Dershowitz, who wrote: Some critics of the decision argue that the majority seemed to seek refuge from their own logic in the following sentence in the majority opinion: " Our consideration is limited to the present circumstances, for the problem of equal protection in election processes generally presents many complexities.
Conversely, citizens may find themselves ineligible because they do not currently reside within the United States ; exceptions apply for children of military parent ( s ) who were born overseas, were disabled or became blind overseas, or first applied for benefits overseas and for students studying abroad who were eligible for SSI in the month prior to leaving the US, whose absence will be for less than 1 year, and who are studying to enhance their ability to perform substantial gainful activity, sponsored by an educational institution in the US, and would not be available to the individual in the US.
Conversely, Joseph Horowitz contends that those who keep the Toscanini legend alive are members of a " Toscanini cult ", an idea not altogether refuted by Frank, but not embraced by him, either.
Conversely the final policy represented a victory for business interests ( who feared competition from the government in the area of applied research and who saw Kilgore's patent law proposal as a threat to their property rights ) and for scientists ( who gained control of what would later become an important source of resources and professional autonomy ).