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Conversely, in the 1970's parts of Baffin Island failed to have the usual ice-free period in the summer, according to the book Crown of The World by Cora Cheney, 1979 Dodd, Merad, and Company New York.
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Conversely, Scheme contains multiple coherent subsets that suffice to construct the rest of the language as library macros, and so the language designers do not even bother to say which portions of the language must be implemented as language constructs, and which must be implemented as parts of a library.
" Conversely, Austrian / German ultra-nationalist Guido von List and his followers such as Lanz von Liebenfels, later selectively mixed parts of Blavatsky's occult philosophy with nationalistic and fascist ideas ; this system of thought became known as Ariosophy.
A hypergraph H may be represented by a bipartite graph BG as follows: the sets X and E are the partitions of BG, and ( x < sub > 1 </ sub >, e < sub > 1 </ sub >) are connected with an edge if and only if vertex x < sub > 1 </ sub > is contained in edge e < sub > 1 </ sub > in H. Conversely, any bipartite graph with fixed parts and no unconnected nodes in the second part represents some hypergraph in the manner described above.
Conversely, in the book The Tin Woodman of Oz, the Tin Woodsman learns that his old human body parts ( minus the head ) were sewn together to create a new man who then married his old sweetheart.
Conversely, a thin client could download just the visible parts of the drawing at the beginning and send each change back to the server to update the drawing.
Conversely there was a region located around the " reserve capital " Nanjing known as Southern Zhili ( Nan Zhili ) that included parts of what are today the provinces of Jiangsu, Anhui, and the administrative district of Shanghai.
Conversely, several Gaelic-speaking communities lie outwith the Highland, Argyll and Bute and Western Isles council areas, for example Arran and parts of Perth and Kinross.
Conversely, for real-valued functions f ( t ), the Hartley transform is given from the Fourier transform's real and imaginary parts:
Conversely, manual transmissions are no longer popular in many classes of cars sold in North America, Australia and some parts of Asia, although they remain dominant in Europe, Asia and developing countries.
Conversely, in a conventional gas piston design such as the H & K 416, gas used to operate the firearm is isolated from the breech and contained within the gas cylinder then vented away from other working parts.
Conversely, the marketing department may advertise a car model as a convenient derivative of some popular car, when in fact they may be completely different engineering projects with almost no parts commonality, or from differing generations of the model.
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Conversely, the " Coney Island " is not called as such on Coney Island, or anywhere else in New York State ; it's called either a " Michigan " or a " Red Hot.
Conversely, signage to Interstate 81 from 401 indicates Hill Island, Ontario and Bridge to USA instead of Watertown or Syracuse.
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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, high net income growth would be tainted if a company failed to produce significant revenue growth.
Conversely, a non-LRU is a part, component, or assembly used in the repair of an LRU, when the LRU has failed and has been removed from the end item for repair.
Conversely, a large elderly generation can be the result of an aging “ baby boom ”, but if that generation had failed to replace its population during its fertile years, the result is a subsequent “ population bust ”, or decrease in population, as that older generation dies off.
Conversely, Hrawi's attempt to pass a law legitimizing civil marriage failed due to the fierce opposition from religious authorities.
Conversely, GameSpot found that the music was " decent " and occasionally " fitting or even catchy ", but failed to live up to the high expectations of the series.
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Conversely, the vowel marks of the Tigrinya abugida and the Amharic abugida ( ironically, the original source of the term " abugida ") have been so completely assimilated into their consonants that the modifications are no longer systematic and have to be learned as a syllabary rather than as a segmental script.
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, an annual grown under extremely favorable conditions may have highly successful seed propagation, giving it the appearance of being biennial or perennial.
Conversely, the existence of Bletchley Park, and of the decrypting achievements there, was never officially shared with the Soviet Union, whose war effort would have greatly benefited from regular decrypting of German messages relating to the Eastern Front.
Conversely, some of the Allied infantry who had just dealt a crushing defeat to the French at the Battle of Waterloo fully expected to have to fight again the next day ( at the Battle of Wavre ).
Conversely, some men have cross-dressed to escape from mandatory military service or as a disguise to assist in political or social protest, as men did in the Rebecca Riots.
Conversely, some organisms have special techniques to prevent crystallization from occurring, such as antifreeze proteins.
Conversely, states such as Virginia and Massachusetts in the United States of America did not have sovereign status, but had significant political and economic independence coupled with weak federal control, reducing the incentive to secede.
Conversely, a column with a low reflux ratio must have a large number of stages, thus requiring a taller column.
If neither A nor B includes the idea of existence, then " some A are B " simply adjoins A to B. Conversely, if A or B do include the idea of existence in the way that " triangle " contains the idea " three angles equal to two right angles ", then " A exists " is automatically true, and we have an ontological proof of A's existence.
Conversely, if the firm is able to get bulk discounts of an input, then it could have economies of scale in some range of output levels even if it has decreasing returns in production in that output range.
Conversely, French directors have had prolific and influential careers in other countries, such as Luc Besson, Jacques Tourneur, or Francis Veber in the United States.
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, given central idempotents a < sub > 1 </ sub >,..., a < sub > n </ sub > in R that are pairwise orthogonal and have sum 1, then R is the direct sum of the rings Ra < sub > 1 </ sub >,…, Ra < sub > n </ sub >.
Conversely, the reasons internalist answers the question in the negative (" No, Sasha does not have a reason not to steal from that poor person, though others might .").
Conversely, John Calvin, Albert Barnes Adam Clarke, John Gill, and John Wesley amongst many other have affirmed this as divine truth and found no problem with its historicity.
Conversely, Henig acknowledges that if the US had been a member, its reluctance to engage in war with European states and to enact economic sanctions may have hampered the ability of the League to deal with international incidents.
Conversely, words containing Lu, as in the word Lugh itself, or lo or le have appeared for millennia always meaning light or sun or sun god.
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.