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Conversely, a downdrift kiln pulls air down a separate stack on the side and allows a more even temperature throughout and allows the work to be layered on shelves.
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Conversely and pulls
Conversely, when the NAO index is low ( NAO -), the eastern seaboard and southeastern United States can incur winter cold outbreaks more than the norm with associated snowstorms and sub-freezing conditions into Florida, in summer, a strong NAO-is thought to contribute to a weakened jet stream that normally pulls zonal systems into the Atlantic Basin, thus contributing to heat waves.
Conversely and air
Conversely, the islands do not receive the upwellings ( cold streams ) that affect the West African coast, so the air temperature is cooler than in Senegal, but the sea is actually warmer, because the orographic relief of some islands, as Sao Miguel with steep mountains, cover it with rich woods and luxuriant vegetation where the dense moisture condense and soak the plants, rocks, soil, logs, moss etc.
Conversely, air rising from the northern surface of the Earth ( creating a region of low pressure ) tends to draw air toward it in a counterclockwise pattern.
Conversely, when oxygen was first discovered it was thought to be " dephlogisticated air ", capable of combining with more phlogiston and thus supporting combustion for longer than ordinary air.
Conversely, we understand Cleopatra at her death as the transcendent queen of “ immortal longings ” because the container of her mortality can no longer restrain her: unlike Antony, she never melts, but sublimates from her very earthly flesh to ethereal fire and air .”
Conversely, the vacuum brake had the advantage of gradual release long before the Westinghouse automatic air brake, which was originally only available in the direct-release form still common in freight service.
Conversely a boat on an upwind course may find itself trapped in the dirty air of a boat immediately to windward.
Conversely, Bosley Crowther of The New York Times, criticized the film: " Mr. Hitchcock again is tossing a crazy murder story in the air and trying to con us into thinking that it will stand up without support.
Conversely, liquid nitrogen or liquid air can be oxygen-enriched by letting it stand in open air ; atmospheric oxygen dissolves in it, while nitrogen evaporates preferentially.
Conversely, katabatic winds are down-slope winds, frequently produced at night by the opposite effect, the air near to the ground losing heat to it faster than air at a similar altitude over adjacent low-lying land.
Conversely, if a cold object is weighed, a current of air flows downwards and this gives rise to an error of the opposite sign.
Conversely, the upwards triangle divided by the base line of the downwards triangle is the alchemical symbol for air.
Conversely the trailing boats will try to overtake or otherwise escape the bad air blanket created by the lead boat and head for clear air without losing too much speed or momentum.
Conversely, when the internal obliques contract they compress the organs of the abdomen, pushing them up into the diaphragm which intrudes back into the chest cavity reducing the volume of the air filled lungs, producing an exhalation.
Conversely and down
Conversely, the blood vessels in the lower legs are under great pressure ( because of the weight of fluid pressing down on them ).
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, the reviewers felt that the MS-DOS version was extremely fast, so much so that they had to slow the game operation down in order to read all the on-screen messages.
Conversely, in order to shift down, engine RPM must be increased while the gearbox is in neutral and the clutch is either engaged or disengaged.
Conversely, the process could be used to " desweeten " audience reactions, toning down unwanted loud laughter or removing inappropriate applause, thus making the laughter more in line with the producer's preferred method of telling the story.
Conversely, if it is too wet, mud cakes in the machinery and moisture weighs down the material, making it impossible for the equipment to function without picking up large quantities of mud.
Conversely, when a record is deleted, later records are moved down so that the free space remains contiguous.
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, the State Constitution was amended to provide that no city could elect the majority of the State Assembly, a provision later struck down by the US Supreme Court as violating the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.
Conversely, for a fossil of known age, the paleomagnetic data can fix the latitude at which the fossil was laid down.
Conversely, countries with a more uniform cultural / linguistic history tend to have less broken down and diverse place names-Wales for instance ( especially when compared to neighbouring England ).
Conversely, as an incident scales down, roles will be merged back up the tree until there is just the IC role remaining.
Conversely the secondary altars, or side-chapels, divide the cathedral in two down its length providing a slight outcrop visible from the exterior.
Conversely, the plateau and upper scarp or valley side soils will move down slope, forming a deep seal over low-lying archaeological deposits, rendering them inaccessible to surface survey.
Conversely if the receiving team doesn't touch the ball and a member of the kicking team touches it, the ball is ruled down where it is touched and play is dead.
Conversely, synthetic languages often combine many lexical morphemes into single words, making it difficult to boil them down to the traditional sense of words found more easily in analytic languages ; this is especially difficult for polysynthetic languages, such as Inuktitut and Ubykh, where entire sentences may consist of a single word.
I ’ m longing to set me down shorely and raise my chaps proper ( 50 – 51 ).” Conversely, her husband Brack is committed to the mines and answers her as the family provider: “ It was never meant for a body to be full content on the face of this earth.
Conversely and separate
Conversely there have been a small number of aircraft designs which have no separate wing, but use the fuselage to generate lift.
Conversely, " pollen-storers " store pollen in separate wax pots and feed it to the larvae in the same fashion as nectar.
Conversely, Y-adapter cables are available that allow two separate joysticks to be connected to a single DA15 game adapter port ; if a joystick connected to one of these Y-adapters has more than two axes or buttons, only the first two of each will work.
Conversely, these microdomains can also separate signaling molecules, inhibiting interactions and dampening signaling responses.
Conversely, in Tiberian Sun the player is depicted as an on-screen character and the mission briefings are mostly described passively, though in many cases the EVA addresses the player directly in separate cut-scenes.
Conversely, advocates of same-sex marriage contend that anything less than full marriage rights extended to same-sex partners is analogous to the " separate but equal " racial laws of the Jim Crow era.
Conversely, translocations can also join two previously separate pieces of chromosomes together, resulting in a gain of synteny between loci.
: Conversely, if there is a series of two and one shots, these MCUs would suggest a complicity between two people against a third who is visually separate in another shot.