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Conversely and 2004
Conversely, even though nearly 60 percent of voters selected the Democratic Governor Gary Locke in 2000, in 2004 the Democratic gubernatorial nominee Christine Gregoire received only 41 percent of the vote.
Conversely, the Conservatives rejected this, saying that sufficient scrutiny could be given, and a referendum held, in the autumn and winter of 2004.
Conversely, on August 8, 2004 on CNN's Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer, National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice told Wolf Blitzer that Khan's name had been revealed " on background " ( an expression with no fixed meaning in journalism, but which is often understood to mean that the information may not be published, or at least that the source may not be revealed ); afterwards, however, when the transcript of the background briefing revealed that Khan had not in fact been identified by name, Rice's office retracted the statement.
Conversely, Gao and Huang have had the upper hand in three finals ( 2003 ), 2004, 2006 ) at the venerable All-England Championships.
Conversely, the differentiation ( nativist ) perspective asserts that the young nervous system is highly interconnected ; and that during development, modalities are gradually differentiated as relevant connections are rehearsed and the irrelevant are discarded ( Lewkowicz & Kraebel, 2004 ).

Conversely and South
Conversely, older speakers in some regions ( such as the American South ) may use in words like coach and road that have in SE ( i. e., ).
Conversely, there may be one local government administering more than one district, for example, Seberang Perai Municipal Council administers the districts of Central Seberang Perai, North Seberang Perai, and South Seberang Perai.
Conversely, it was banned in South Africa.

Conversely and Korean
Conversely, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean do not have single words for a thousand to the second, third, fifth power, etc., unlike English and many other European languages.
Conversely, Eastwood's annual Chinese New Year Celebrations have broadened its appeal by incorporating concurrent Korean New Year traditions, and have accordingly been renamed the Lunar New Year Festivities.
Conversely, the series Iris had several pivotal scenes shot in Akita, Japan, which lead to an increase of Korean tourists in that part of Japan.

Conversely and government
Conversely, the government may put off improvements due to political sensitivity and special interests — even in cases of companies that are run well and better serve their customers ' needs.
Conversely, developers will sometimes strongly resist being required to implement the mitigation measures required by the local government as they may be quite costly.
Conversely, Sir Humphrey sees his role as ensuring that politics is kept out of government as much as possible and that the status quo is upheld as a matter of principle.
Conversely, other military dictatorships may gradually restore significant components of civilian government while the senior military commander still maintains executive political power.
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 ).
Conversely, President Juan Jose Torres was forced to take refuge in Buenos Aires, Argentina where he was kidnapped and assassinated by right-wing death squads associated with the Videla government and with the acquiescence of Hugo Banzer.
Conversely, however, the Trade Federation and other cartels within the Republic, some of which were represented in the Senate, held that a Republic government which lacked significant military power was just what they wanted, since it couldn't control them.
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, the less power a government has over its citizens, the less it tends to kill them or to launch wars of aggression.
Conversely, after Guevara was executed by Bolivian authorities, Posadas claimed in 1967 that Che Guevara wasn't actually dead but was being kept in prison by Castro's government.
Conversely, the Khmer Rouge government and the subsequent civil war kept Cambodia economically weak.
Conversely, Rochdale's government policy was decided at open meetings in which all members of the co-operative could attend, participate in debate, and engage in consensus decision making.
Conversely, a rural area ( or a suburban area flanked mostly by rural areas ) in which county and municipal functions are consolidated in one government is not a metropolitan municipality but a regional municipality.
: 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.
Conversely, developers will sometimes strongly resist being required to implement the mitigation measures required by the local government as they may be quite costly.
Conversely, developers will sometimes strongly resist being required to implement the mitigation measures required by the local government as they may be quite costly.

Conversely and charged
Conversely, donating a hydrogen bond to the amide oxygen or accepting a hydrogen bond from the amide nitrogen should favor the double-bonded form, because the hydrogen bond should be stronger to the charged form than to the uncharged, single-bonded form.
Conversely, a trader who takes liquidity from a bid or offer posted on an ECN is charged a fee for removing that liquidity.
Conversely, the statutory defence of marital coercion is, on the face of the statute, available to a wife charged with attempted murder.

Conversely and High
Conversely, in the bleak Orwellian world of " The High Ones "— where the Soviets have won the Third World War and gained control of the whole world — the dissidents still have some hope, precisely because space flight has not been abandoned.
Conversely, it is hard to believe, given the length and intensity of the struggle between Máel Sechnaill and Brian, that the High King would surrender his title without a fight.
Conversely, some feel that the money might be better spent on improving Gateshead's High Street.

Conversely and Rail
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 Docklands Light Railway in London, Green Line in Los Angeles and some metro lines in China are referred to as " Light Rail " even though they qualify as rapid transit because they are fully grade-separated and provide a high frequency of service.

Conversely and public
Conversely, in the 20th century, public buildings became vertically oriented and private buildings became organized horizontally.
Conversely, women are generally excluded from public Uyghur Muslim life, also in contrast to Salar and Hui practice.
Conversely, the drop of U. S. productivity growth in the 1970s and 1980s was in response to the decrease of continual public capital investment and not the decline of technological innovation.
Conversely, uncertainty is often interpreted by the public as ignorance.
Conversely, the public may now hire and interact with a barrister directly in certain types of work without having to go to a solicitor first.
Conversely, public interest in the medium, especially in the 1980s, stems from an apparent desire of that public to gain access to the art world, to be a spectator of its ritual and its distinct community, and to be surprised by the unexpected, always unorthodox presentations that the artists devise .”
Conversely, public spaces like the market or plaza are acceptable areas for heterosexual interaction.
Conversely, other prime ministers ' spouses, including Geills Turner and Sheila Martin, were uncomfortable with the public aspects of their role and tried to minimize their time in the press spotlight.
Conversely, transforming existing streets that are part of a grid plan into permeable, linked culs-de-sac, as was done in Berkeley, California and Vancouver, BC, is physically and administratively easy due to the public ownership of the street right-of-way.
Conversely, users can view content only at or below their own security level ( i. e. secret researchers can view public or secret files, but may not view top-secret files ; no read-up ).
Conversely, it has been argued that emphasizing the harmful and undesirable effects of tobacco smoking on other persons and imposing smoking bans in public places have been particularly effective in reducing tobacco smoking.
Conversely, when individuals perceive that their opinion is less popular or losing popularity, they are less likely to voice it in public.
Conversely, many who wish to discuss a fictional work in depth, including the outcomes of events and the handling of the narrative resolution, feel compelled to avoid participating on public websites altogether, set up " closed " websites to exclude those who are sensitive about spoilers, or unilaterally blog at the expense of public exchange.
Conversely, while Japan's conquests garnered considerable public attention, they were mostly in colonial areas deemed less essential by planners and policymakers.
Conversely, as a way of punishing Schmeling for his increasingly public resistance, Hitler drafted Schmeling into paratrooper duty in the German Luftwaffe.
Conversely, Hofmann suggested Cherkassky should continue giving concerts, and this long association with public performance meant that Cherkassky felt comfortable before an audience.
Conversely, factors such as public indifference at the time of voting the amendment of the Statute of Autonomy ( see " dual vote " section above ) starkly contrasted with the harsh political controversy behind its amendment.
Conversely, fewer than 5 % of Japanese public debt is held by foreign countries.

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