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Conversely and forces
Conversely, many natural forces, such as the sun, were associated with multiple deities.
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, the RUC was praised by other security forces as one of the most professional policing operations in the world.
Conversely, should the enemy have attacked the forces on the Bisamberg heights, the main force on the Wagram plateau would have attacked the enemy's flank.
Conversely, the strength of the rebel forces is not precisely known.
: 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.
There are many stories of men lying about their age to join the armed forces, for example to fight in World War I. Conversely, those wishing to avoid conscription may also falsify their age: the birthdate of Henryk Gulbinowicz, Bishop Emeritus of Wroclaw, Poland and a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, was changed from 1923 to 1928 by his parents and his parish priest to prevent him from being conscripted during World War II.

Conversely and typically
Conversely, in authoritarian regimes, the police typically have the right to search property and people without having to provide justification, or without having to secure the permission of a court.
Conversely, points are deducted from a panellist who gives " answers which are not only wrong, but pathetically obvious ", typically answers that are generally believed to be true but in fact are not.
* Conversely, when a slow rhythm is heard, typically slower than 450 ms per beat, each beat is separately understood.
Conversely, radiometers are typically used for remote sensing from the visible, infrared though radio frequency range.
Conversely, in a constitutional monarchy, the monarch is typically a " rubber stamp " to an elected parliament, even if he or she legally possesses considerable reserve powers and / or disagrees with the parliament's decisions.
Conversely, its dedicated gear ratio also limits top speed, and is slower than a multi-geared bicycle on flat or descending terrain once bicycle speed exceeds the rider's ability to maintain continuing increases in cadence ( pedaling revolutions per minute ), typically 85 – 110 rpm.
Conversely, against faster, more accurate enemies, a blood tank is typically the tank of choice.
Conversely, a child with a language delay typically has not yet had the opportunity to produce speech sounds ; he or she is therefore likely to have a delay in speech as well.
Conversely, since a child with a language delay typically has not yet had the opportunity to produce speech sounds, it is likely to have a delay in speech as well.

Conversely and lack
Conversely, in pinnate diatoms both gametes lack flagella ( isoogamous ).
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, poor weather, poisoning by agricultural pesticides, lack of mud for nest building and competition with House Sparrows can reduce numbers.
Conversely, implicit memory ( non declarative ) involves perhaps unconscious registration ( lack of awareness during encoding ), yet definite unconscious recollection.
Conversely, Sinologist Bernhard Karlgren criticised GR for its lack of phonetic rigour.
Conversely, if a character is presented only with well-defined goal conditions during the entire ' story ', this implies a lack of emotional ambivalence during decision-making which denies the possibility of input to theme.
Conversely, where trust is absent, projects can fail, especially if this lack of trust has not been identified and addressed.
Conversely, in December 2006 a University of Cambridge team reported an SCN9A mutation that created a complete " lack of " pain sensation in the family of a Pakistan street performer.
Conversely, lack of giving leads to unhappy states and poverty.
Conversely, Queen Jehana of Gwynedd, a full-blooded Deryni from an ancient and powerful lineage, is barely able to perform the most basic of Deryni talents, due to her lack of training throughout much of her life.
Conversely, the lack of this law may allow professors to retaliate via grading against students who do not hold the same political views.
Conversely, they are unable to play point guard successfully at the highest level of professional basketball due to a lack of the mental specialization and understanding of the game that this position requires.

Conversely and equipment
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 and for
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, the Radical Republicans criticized him for moving too slowly in abolishing slavery.
Conversely, some elements do not maintain distinct allotropes in different phases – for example phosphorus has numerous solid allotropes, which all revert to the same P < sub > 4 </ sub > form when melted to the liquid state.
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, the withdrawal syndrome may also be a trigger for relapse.
Conversely, any algebra for which this is true is clearly alternative.
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, many fighter aircraft, such as the F-16, are often used as ' bomb trucks ,' despite being designed for aerial combat.
Conversely, a subset R defines a binary function if and only if, for any x in X and y in Y, there exists a unique z in Z such that ( x, y, z ) belongs to R.
Conversely, certain general principles ( for example, neighbourliness, or charity ) are seen to be universal and consistent.
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 vast majority of early attempts at proper excavation techniques failed to accurately measure or record stratigraphy, thereby failing to provide a secure context for artefact finds making interpretations extremely limited in scope.
Conversely, in the English language as a whole, singular verb forms can often be used with nouns ending in "- s " that were once considered plural ( for example: " Physics is my favorite academic subject ").
Conversely, Derek Bickerton and others argue that the advent of abstract words provided a mental basis for analyzing higher-order relations, and that any communication system that remotely resembles human language utterly relies on cognitive architecture that co-evolved alongside language.
Conversely, the tiny meson mass mass differences responsible for meson oscillations are often expressed in the more convenient inverse picoseconds.
Conversely, in functional code, the output value of a function depends only on the arguments that are input to the function, so calling a function f twice with the same value for an argument x will produce the same result f ( x ) both times.
Conversely, the bodies of people who had certain medical conditions are useful for research into those conditions.
Conversely, if the data are sparse — that is, if only K out of N Fourier coefficients are nonzero — then the complexity can be reduced to O ( K log N log ( N / K )), and this has been demonstrated to lead to practical speedups compared to an ordinary FFT for N / K > 32 in a large-N example ( N = 2 < sup > 22 </ sup >) using a probabilistic approximate algorithm ( which estimates the largest K coefficients to several decimal places ).
Conversely, for many deductive systems, it is possible to prove the completeness theorem as an effective consequence of the compactness theorem.

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