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Conversely, against faster, more accurate enemies, a blood tank is typically the tank of choice.
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Conversely, restricting excursion of the diaphragm by pressing the stethoscope diaphragm surface firmly against the anatomical area overlying the physiological sounds of interest, the acoustic surround could also be used to dampen excursion of the diaphragm in response to " z "- axis pressure against a concentric fret.
Conversely, another alternative rock genre, Britpop, emerged in part as a reaction against the dominance of grunge in the United Kingdom.
Conversely, the Battles of Plataea and Mycale were both fought from a relative position of Greek strength, and against lesser odds ; perhaps the Greeks were even expecting to win and had certainly seen the opportunity to deal the final blow.
Conversely, he is also often criticized by conservatives for his opposition to the Iraq War among other stances he took against the Bush administration.
Conversely, a soft currency indicates a currency which is expected to fluctuate erratically or depreciate against other currencies.
Conversely, France were unable to fulfil their 1987 tour of Australasia due to financial difficulties, and had to forfeit away fixtures against Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.
Conversely, he is considered by some Latin Americans as a champion for the rights of smaller nations against the imperialism of more powerful neighbors.
Conversely, the outlet leg needs to have a steep slope to allow the bubbles to move against the liquid flow ; though other designs call for a shallow slope in the outlet leg as well to allow the bubbles to be carried out of the siphon.
Conversely it is possible to initiate a " no win – no fee " case against a wealthy individual or organisation if the individual bringing the case has insignificant assets as even if the case is lost the wealthy individual or organisation are unable to recover their costs.
Conversely, there have also been campaigns against potentially dangerous forms of contraception such as defective IUDs.
Conversely, pure representation by population creates distinct disadvantages for some Canadians, giving rise to frequent debate about how to balance the population size of electoral districts against their geographic size.
Conversely the sidewalls on the right tire tends to be bumped and rubbed against the curb while parking the vehicle, causing asymmetric sidewall wear.
Conversely, Wium Lie has targeted Microsoft's Internet Explorer due to its poor support for standards and argued against the use of formatting objects on the web.
Conversely, Agarkar attained the feat of five consecutive innings resulting in ducks ( four of them of first ball ) against Australia, an unfortunate honour.
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, the lack of this law may allow professors to retaliate via grading against students who do not hold the same political views.
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, if the DA survives until the end of human civilization ( in the year 5000, say ) then it will have dramatically beaten the odds against the expectations of the Copernican principle.
Conversely, many Han Chinese perceive PRC policies of ethnic autonomy as discriminatory against them ( see autonomous entities of China ).
Conversely, some shortfall in return on euro deposits must be offset by some expected gain from appreciation of the euro against the dollar.
Conversely, it can be a way to eliminate a name that proves too controversial ; for example, Hamburg Avenue in Brooklyn, New York became Wilson Avenue after the United States entered World War I against Germany ( see below ).
: 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.
Conversely, there is increasing interest in the possible therapeutic benefits of blocking CTLA4 ( using antagonistic antibodies against CTLA such as ipilimumab ) as a means of inhibiting immune system tolerance to tumours and thereby providing a potentially useful immunotherapy strategy for patients with cancer.
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Conversely, a wing dam is a structure that only partly restricts a waterway, creating a faster channel that resists the accumulation of sediment.
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, a pitch from the set, having a relatively faster execution, is preferred when there are baserunners.
Conversely, higher rates of social support have been associated with numerous positive outcomes, including faster recovery from coronary artery surgery, less susceptibility to herpes attacks, a lowered likelihood to show age-related cognitive decline, and better diabetes control.
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Conversely, if he gives a heavy rating to his own reading, and finds more accurate facts in it than in the others, a point is chalked up for the intrinsic, objective meaningfulness of this type of mediumistic material.
Conversely, British English favours fitted as the past tense of fit generally, whereas the preference of American English is more complex: AmEng prefers fitted for the metaphorical sense of having made an object " fit " ( i. e., suited ) for a purpose ; in spatial transitive contexts, AmEng uses fitted for the sense of having made an object conform to an unchanged object that it surrounds ( e. g., " fitted X around Y ") but fit for the sense of having made an object conform to an unchanged object that surrounds it ( e. g., " fit X into Y "); and for the spatial senses ( both intransitive and transitive ) of having been matching with respect to contour, with no alteration of either object implied, AmEng prefers fit (" The clothes fit.
Conversely, because space is expanding, and more distant objects are receding ever more quickly, light emitted by us today may never " catch up " to very distant objects.
Conversely, in more recent times, Russian existentialist philosopher Lev Shestov viewed Job as the embodiment of the battle between reason ( which offers general and seemingly comforting explanations for complex events ) and faith in a personal god, and one man's desperate cry for him.
Conversely, the tiny meson mass mass differences responsible for meson oscillations are often expressed in the more convenient inverse picoseconds.
Conversely, if the measured potential is negative, the electrode is more oxidizing than the SHE ( such as Zn in ZnSO < sub > 4 </ sub > where the standard electrode potential is − 0. 76 V ).
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, 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, 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.
Conversely, modern social democracy emphasises a program of gradual legislative reform of capitalism in order to make it more equitable and humane, while the theoretical end goal of building a socialist society is either completely forgotten or redefined in a pro-capitalist way.
Conversely, most modern role-playing games encourage gamemasters to ignore their gaming systems if it makes for a more enjoyable story, even though they may not describe themselves as " storytelling " games.
Conversely, if the hybrid offspring are more fit than their ancestors, then the populations will merge back into the same species within the area they are in contact.
Conversely, " conventional " cab tractors offer the driver a more comfortable driving environment and better protection in a collision as well as eliminating the need to empty the driver's personal effects from the tractor whenever the engine requires service.
Conversely, winter in the Southern Hemisphere occurs when the Northern hemisphere is tilted more toward the Sun.
Conversely, other chemicals, such as the insecticide imidacloprid, can induce changes in the gene expression of the rice that cause the plant to become more susceptible to attacks by certain types of pests.
Conversely, one can consider the flux the more fundamental quantity and call the vector field the flux density.
Conversely, Julian Steward and Roy Rappaport's theories of cultural ecology are sometimes credited with shifting the functionalist-oriented anthropology of the 1950s and 1960s toward a more scientific anthropology, incorporating ecology and environment into ethnographic study ( Perry 2003: 154-157 ).
Conversely, deadweight loss can also come from consumers buying a product even if it costs more than it benefits them.
Conversely, in more common Japanese martial arts ( such as karate ), ranks are gained after passing a single test, and practitioners of karate are not normally demoted, even after repeated poor performances at tournaments.
Conversely, the band's transition from lengthy, complex songs to more compact, simplistic, radio-friendly material was not welcomed by critics ; Rolling Stone's review of ... And Then There Were Three ... read: "... this contemptible opus is but the palest shadow of the group's earlier accomplishments.
Conversely, should a master be more than 15 minutes late for a class, traditionally the pupils might claim it as a " run " and absent themselves for the rest of its duration.
Conversely, airborne forces typically lack the supplies and equipment for prolonged combat operations, and are therefore more suited for airhead operations than long-term occupation ; furthermore, parachute operations are particularly sensitive to adverse weather conditions.