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Conversely, jurisdictions that generally allow this might forbid it at a particular intersection with a " no turn on red " sign, or put a green arrow to indicate specifically when a turn is allowed without having to yield to pedestrians ( this is usually when traffic from the perpendicular street is making a turn onto one's street and thus no pedestrians are allowed in the intersection anyway ).
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Conversely, jurors are generally required to keep their deliberations in strict confidence during the trial and deliberations, and in some jurisdictions even after a verdict is rendered.
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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, when a piece of land is separated from the mainland by a man-made canal, for example the Peloponnese by the Corinth Canal, it is generally not considered an island.
Conversely, a decrease in wavelength is called blueshift and is generally seen when a light-emitting object moves toward an observer or when electromagnetic radiation moves into a gravitational field.
Conversely, the music and film industries generally experience higher returns during the summer than other times of the year and market their summer hits accordingly.
Conversely, women are generally excluded from public Uyghur Muslim life, also in contrast to Salar and Hui practice.
Conversely, these fluids may metasomatically alter a rock, introducing new Rb and Sr into the rock ( generally during potassic alteration or calcic ( albitisation ) alteration.
Conversely, LRVs generally outperform traditional streetcars in terms of capacity and top-end speed, and almost all modern LRVs are capable of multiple-unit operation.
Conversely, a small farm surrounding the owner's dwelling is called a smallholding and is generally focused on self-sufficiency with only the surplus being sold.
Lund said: Conversely, the majority opinion was criticized by Harvard University law professor Alan Dershowitz, who wrote: Some critics of the decision argue that the majority seemed to seek refuge from their own logic in the following sentence in the majority opinion: " Our consideration is limited to the present circumstances, for the problem of equal protection in election processes generally presents many complexities.
Conversely, Wmax and 5StarMax generally do not run adult films of any kind due to those channels ' respective formats: Wmax is aimed at women, while 5StarMax features a format of largely critically acclaimed, mainstream feature films.
Conversely, a turbocharger, using exhaust compression to spin its turbine, and not a direct mechanical link, is not generally regarded as a " blower " but simply a " turbo ".
Conversely, if the debt level is 300 % of GDP and 1 % of loans are not repaid, this impacts GDP by 1 % of 300 % = 3 % of GDP, which is significant: a change of this magnitude will generally cause a recession.
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, in the United Kingdom O gauge is popular among fine-scale modellers generally with an emphasis on detail rather than operation.
Conversely, an " automatic rifle " generally refers to a fully automatic or hybrid semi-auto / full-auto design.
Conversely, Europe has combined its strength in the financial industry and economics generally with a commitment to humanitarian aid, economic assistance programs, trade deals, international institutions and patient, multilateral diplomacy.
Conversely, physical destruction using appropriate techniques is generally considered the most secure method available.
Conversely, people who generally tend to blame others for negative events, believe that such events will end soon, and do not let such events affect too many aspects of their lives display what is called an optimistic explanatory style.
Conversely, Clover points out that the villain of slasher films is often a male whose masculinity, and sexuality more generally, are in crisis.
" Conversely, hydronephrosis that develops gradually will generally cause no pain or attacks of a dull discomfort.
Conversely, tabako, the Japanese word for " tobacco ", is generally written as たばこ or タバコ ( in hiragana – despite being a loanword – or katakana ), even in signs, and rarely written as with the ateji 煙草.
Conversely, however, others claim that, as women are ' still generally perceived as being responsible for maintaining healthy relationships ', Beattie's concept of ' Codependency blames women for adhering to society's definition of the appropriate feminine role '.
Conversely and allow
Conversely, a standard line on which voice service has been unsubscribed ( such as an ADSL dry loop ) may still accept calls to the 958 test exchange but not allow calls to standard numbers.
Conversely, they allow it in forwards applied bias where the applied bias reduces the built in potential barrier.
" Conversely, Voyager Captain Janeway refused to allow the Kazon-Nistrim and the Kazon-Ogla to have replicator technology, believing it would tip the balance of power among the Kazon factions.
Conversely, Y-adapter cables are available that allow two separate joysticks to be connected to a single DA15 game adapter port ; if a joystick connected to one of these Y-adapters has more than two axes or buttons, only the first two of each will work.
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, retaining a series ' original title sequence can allow a producer to change many key elements within a programme itself, without losing the show's on-screen identity.
Conversely, a high PRR / PRF can enhance target discrimination of nearer objects such as a periscope or fast moving missile leading to practices of employing low PRRs for search radar, and very high PRFs for fire control radars, with many dual-purpose and navigation radars, especially naval designs having variable PRRs which might allow a skilled operator to also use a PRR adjustment to enhance and clarify a unclear radar picture, for example in bad sea states where wave action generates false returns, and in general for less clutter, or perhaps a better return signal off a prominent landscape feature ( e. g. a cliff ).
Conversely, if the defeasance provisions allow borrowers to provide the actual defeasance collateral to lenders and do not require defeasance deposits, the borrowers ’ defeasance consultant will be able to structure an optimized securities portfolio and hold a competitive auction to ensure best pricing.
Conversely, the lack of this law may allow professors to retaliate via grading against students who do not hold the same political views.
Conversely, if MegaMan does enough battles ( about 1000 ) without ever using a Dark Chip, he will turn brighter in color and allow him to more easily achieve Full Syncro mode.
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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 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, 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, a disease that is easily transmitted but has a short duration might spread widely during 2002 but is likely to have a low prevalence at any given point in 2003 ( due to its short duration ) but a high incidence during 2002 ( as many people develop the disease ).
Conversely, in 19th-century France, a royalist might be either a Legitimist, Bonapartist, or an Orléanist, all being monarchists.
Conversely, a company with a low credit rating might be able to borrow on better terms if it were to form an SPE and transfer significant assets to that subsidiary and issue secured debt securities.
Conversely, a natural, military or ecological disaster might move the PPF to the left, in response to a reduction in an economy's productivity.
Conversely, and to much local amusement / bemusement, a speculator recently bought a tract of agricultural land near the village and resold it at enormous profit as individual plots that might one day become part of the city.
Conversely, 1UP. com would describe the game as " much better than you might be led to believe by the negative reviews it garned back in the day.
Conversely people strongly prefer risks that might mitigate a loss ( called risk seeking behavior ).
Conversely, converting from an integer representation to a floating-point one can also lose precision, since the floating-point type may be unable to represent the integer exactly ( for example, might be an IEEE 754 single precision type, which cannot represent the integer 16777217 exactly, while a 32-bit integer type can ).
Conversely, if one pottery-type suddenly replaces a great diversity of pottery types in an entire region this might be interpreted as a new group migrating in with this new style.
Conversely, a highly skilled fielder might have a comparatively low fielding percentage by virtue of reaching, and potentially missing, a greater number of balls.
Conversely, there are cases where a team not only lost ( which might be honest ) but lost by some large amount, perhaps to ensure a point spread was covered, or to grant some non-gambling related favor to the victor.
Conversely, Peter Travers of Rolling Stone viewed the film negatively, praising some elements of Branagh's direction while criticizing neglect of the romance, saying, " In his efforts to crowd the screen with character and incident, Branagh cheats on the one element that might have given resonance to the mystery: the love story.
Conversely, an erudite scholar might attempt to " show off " by intentionally constructing a very complicated sentence.
* Conversely, some authors might haphazardly switch between the subjunctive and indicative forms of verbs, with no intended difference in meaning.
For example, Chern v. Bank of America held that a loan officer ’ s statement over the phone about interest rates was “ advertising .” Conversely, Bank of the West v. Superior Court implied that advertising might require “ widespread promotional activities directed to the public-at-large ” and that mere “ personal solicitations are not advertising .”
Conversely, if the engine is placed in front of the cabin, it might act as a battering ram and plow through obstacles in the airplane's path, providing an additional measure of safety.
Conversely, any case in which lineages do not evolve together at the same time in the same ecospace might be described as convergent evolution at some point in time.