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Conversely and cartridge
Conversely, a stereo cartridge reproduces the lateral grooves of monophonic recording equally through both channels, rather than one channel.

Conversely and names
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, Eldad ha-Dani argued that the tribe of Simeon had become quite powerful, taking tribute from 25 other kingdoms, some of which were Arabians ; though he names their location, surviving versions of his manuscripts differ as to whether it was the land of the Khazars or of the Chaldeans-Chaldeans would be an anachronism, though it could possibly refer to Buyid Dynasty Persia.
Conversely some Welsh princely dynasties derive from early ancestors with Germanic names such as Tewdrig ( Theodoric ) and his father Teithfallt.
Conversely, the names of deceased enemies of the state, such as Akhenaten, were hacked out of monuments in a form of damnatio memoriae.
Conversely, some Christian names such as Lope and Fortun entered the local Arabic lexicon ( Lubb and Fortun ), and others were adopted in translated form ( such as Sa ' ad for Felix ).
Conversely the Ketu Orishas may be cultuated in Jejé houses, but retain their names.
Conversely, it remains possible that both Ghana and Djenné themselves owe their original city names to the Berber appellation for the blacks that lived there.
Conversely, every assigned code point has a property " Block name ", which names in which block the character is.
Conversely, family names using prepositions like " de " and " de la " could not replace the preposition with the Germanic " von ".

Conversely and often
Conversely, many fighter aircraft, such as the F-16, are often used as ' bomb trucks ,' despite being designed for aerial combat.
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, it is often helpful to use the geometry of Cartesian coordinates in two or three dimensions to visualize algebraic relationships between two or three of many non-spatial variables.
Conversely, the tiny meson mass mass differences responsible for meson oscillations are often expressed in the more convenient inverse picoseconds.
Conversely, though every president from Washington to John Quincy Adams can be definitely assigned membership in an Anglican or Unitarian body, the significance of these affiliations is often downplayed as unrepresentative of their true beliefs.
Conversely, U. S. mortar platoons needed clearings in which to work ; these were few and dangerous, being pre-ranged by German troops, so mortar support was often unavailable to rifle platoons.
Conversely, a bishop which is impeded by friendly pawns is often referred to as a " bad bishop " ( or sometimes, disparagingly, a " tall pawn ").
Conversely, slowing the scoring rate can put additional pressure on the batsmen and force them into taking extra risks, which will often lead to wickets.
Conversely, uncertainty is often interpreted by the public as ignorance.
Conversely, veils are often part of the stereotypical image of the courtesan and harem woman.
Conversely the snowpack on a windward slope is often much shallower than on lee slopes.
Conversely, the definition of " unauthorized practice of law " is variable, and is often conclusory and tautological, i. e., it is the doing of a lawyer's or counselor's work by a non-lawyer for money.
Conversely, inserting a tube that is too small can result in inability to achieve effective positive pressure ventilation due to retrograde escape of gas through the glottis and out the mouth and nose ( often referred to as a " leak " around the tube ).
Conversely, often in film noir and crime dramas, the alternative narrative is a fiction created by a central character, intentionally — as in The Usual Suspects — or unintentionally — as in Angel Heart.
Conversely, during periods of hitting dominance, for example the 1990s and 2000s, the value of the bunt has often been questioned.
" Conversely, in birds the upper jaw is often called " upper mandible.
Conversely, in the presence of a " blitz count " there is also often a " QB sneak " rule, which prevents the quarterback from taking unfair advantage of the blitz count by preventing the quarterback from crossing the line of scrimmage before the blitz count is finished.
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 business selling more luxurious, often expensive, or only occasionally purchased products — like cars — may find sales are more common with a physical presence, due to the more considered nature of the purchasing decision, though they may still offer online product information.
Conversely there are often negative feelings towards the veterans of foreign nations held long after the war is over ; for example towards the German Nazi soldiers, yet they are no less veterans of war than those of the winning side.
* Conversely, a single common name often applies to multiple species of fishes.
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, fast bowlers often peak in their early to mid twenties at the height of their physical prowess.
Conversely, criminals have been known to arm themselves with an array of homemade and often easily concealed bashing implements known colloquially as blackjacks, " saps " or coshes.

Conversely and reflect
Conversely, the Chinese logogram for water (" 水 ") may have a slightly different appearance in Japanese texts than it does in Chinese texts, and local typefaces may reflect this.
( Conversely the surviving versions of those texts, in particular that of Amram Gaon, appear to have been edited to reflect some Spanish and other local usages.
Conversely, a student who is low in metalearning awareness will not be able to reflect on her / his learning approach or the nature of the learning task set.

Conversely and nothing
Conversely, Salinger is reported to have considered the story a " high point of his writing " and made tentative steps to have it reprinted ; these efforts came to nothing however.
Conversely, many fallacious conclusions follow from treating " nothing " as a noun.
Conversely, to English speakers who do not know Spanish, there is nothing redundant about " the La Brea tar pits " because the name " La Brea " is opaque: the speaker does not know that it is Spanish for " the tar ".
Conversely, Official Nintendo Magazines Tom East wrote that while Treecko is similar to Snivy due to both being " green reptiles ", " they look nothing like each other ".
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, a person's existence may be so precarious, that he has " nothing to lose " by seizing any opportunity available to benefit himself.

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