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Conversely and most
Conversely, most heat-treatable alloys are precipitation hardening alloys, which produce the opposite effects that steel does.
Conversely, most realists ( specifically, indirect realists ) hold that perceptions or sense data are caused by mind-independent objects.
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, most Cardassians figure out during the first act of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar that all the conspirators are going to kill him, but cannot understand why Caesar cannot figure this out ( or is willfully blind to an impending coup d ' état ) until the knives are literally coming at him from all directions.
Conversely, most modern role-playing games encourage gamemasters to ignore their gaming systems if it makes for a more enjoyable story, even though they may not describe themselves as " storytelling " games.
Conversely most ( but not all ) of the ASCII " control characters " have some control function in isolation, therefore are not escape characters.
" Conversely, Rolling Stone magazine's Peter Travers enthused, " Abyss is the greatest underwater adventure ever filmed, the most consistently enthralling of the summer blockbusters ... one of the best pictures of the year.
** Conversely, if ƒ: I → R is absolutely continuous and thus differentiable almost everywhere, and satisfies | ƒ ′( x )| ≤ K for almost all x in I, then ƒ is Lipschitz continuous with Lipschitz constant at most K.
Conversely, in most other countries financial spread betting income is considered taxable.
Conversely, destructive surgeries are irreversible and involve removing entire functionality of most, if not all, of the affected ear.
Conversely, the RUC was praised by other security forces as one of the most professional policing operations in the world.
Conversely, developed countries, most economically developed countries ( MEDCs ), First World nations and " industrialized nations " are the opposite end of the spectrum.
Conversely, IGN praised the choice, calling it " one of the most polished and creative platformers of the era ".
Conversely, two of the most famous rock musicians from Ontario, Avril Lavigne and Alanis Morissette, are Franco-Ontarian by the second definition but not by the first, since they were born to Franco-Ontarian parents but currently work and live predominantly using the English language ( both currently have residences in Los Angeles ).
Conversely, by the inverse function theorem, there can be at most one value for σ that, when applied as an input to, will result in a particular value for C.
Conversely, male-female differences are enhanced and exaggerated in most societies.
Conversely, the most recent addition of What Witches Do ( 2010 ) includes previously published interviews between Sanders and Farrar.
Conversely, when ultraviolet is called for, a synthetic quartz is used as the envelope ; it is the most expensive of the materials, but it is not susceptible to solarization and its cutoff is at 160 nm.
Conversely, interstitial pulmonary fibrosis in the absence of asbestos bodies is most likely not asbestosis.
Conversely, it was under Curran that the BBC developed a distinctly populist current affairs format in the form of Nationwide, and also produced some of its best-loved and most consistently-repeated comedy series, such as Dad's Army, Porridge and the first series of Fawlty Towers.
Conversely, most automatic transmissions feature epicyclic ( planetary ) gearing controlled by brake bands and / or clutch packs to select gear ratio.
Conversely, Morgan Quitno has rated nearby Camden the " most dangerous city " in the United States three times within the same decade and Camden had a median household income of $ 18, 007 in 2006, making it the poorest U. S. city with more than 65, 000 residents.
Conversely, the stadium was one of the most difficult to hit over-the-fence home runs.
Conversely, in countertransference, the therapist may become infatuated with his / her client: ' very good-looking ... she was the most gratifying of patients.

Conversely and European
Conversely, Michel de Montaigne's essay " Of cannibals " introduced a new multicultural note in European civilization.
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, 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, patrilineal input as indicated by the Y chromosome showed that 70 % of Puerto Rican males in the sample have Y chromosome DNA from a male European ancestor, 20 % inherited Y chromosome DNA from a male African ancestor and less than 10 % inherited Y chromosome DNA from male Amerindian ancestor.
Conversely, the Roman connection introduced foreign influence beyond the control of local rulers, but also allowed rulers to display themselves on a wider, European stage, and to seek out more powerful sources of legitimacy.
Doyle said, " Conversely, many European publishers feel that American critics are not qualified or properly situated to review football, rally, F1, cricket and rugby games.
Conversely, the Seder Rav Amram, so edited, was a major source used in the standardization of the Ashkenazic rite, which was already akin to the old European family.
: 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 and universities
Conversely, some bachelor's degrees in the higher faculties ( i. e., those other than arts ) at those universities are postgraduate qualifications ( e. g., the BCL and BMus at Oxford ).
Conversely the African scholars of the Ibadan School saw the American and British universities as bastions of imperialism.
Conversely, wealthier cities have more universities per capita and hence lower university entrance standards than some poorer provinces.

Conversely and now
Conversely, Davis noted that " the financial situation right now is excellent " and stated that the church was not facing financial problems.
Conversely, some areas which were merely roadside suburbs in the 1950s are now valuable urban land on which original structures are being removed through gentrification and the land used for other purposes.
Conversely, the Republic of Texas embassy in Paris was located in what is now the Hotel de Vendome, adjacent to the Place Vendôme in Paris ' 2e arrondissement.
Conversely England benefits from this trade because its cost for producing cloth has not changed but it can now get wine at a lower price, closer to the cost of cloth.
Conversely, Roxanne Gentilcore reads in its diction and narrative strategies images of deception, veiled threat and seduction, in which Pomona, the tamed hamadryad now embodying the orchard, does not have a voice.
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, isostatic post-glacial rebound is observed in areas once covered by ice sheets that have now melted, such as around the Baltic Sea and Hudson Bay.
Conversely, the guilty plea and plea bargaining were until recently unknown to French law, and now it only applies to crimes for which the maximum sentence is one year imprisonment.
Conversely, there are species retaining the name " bunting " which are now classed in the cardinal family.
Conversely, English ( a Germanic, rather than Romance, language ) is now predominant in the Channel Islands.
( Conversely, Saratoga Avenue, which previously had been a fairly quiet road, now sees about 18, 000 cars a day because it is the only interchange in or near the city of Saratoga.
Conversely, the Caversham area of Reading now belongs to Berkshire but was historically part of Oxfordshire as was the parish of Stokenchurch, now in administrative Buckinghamshire.
Conversely, the first B. A Rock festival ( now promoted by Pinap magazine successor Revista Pelo ), had many of the artists and bands that would lead the Acoustic rock movement: Gustavo Santaolalla forming Arco Iris, León Gieco's rock-folk hybrid, Sui Generis and the start of Charly García's music career, Raul Porchetto, and Pedro y Pablo, among other bands.
Conversely, if the winning bid indicated whether high-or low-ranking cards would win during this hand, the winning bidder must now declare a trump suit for this hand.
Conversely, Sequenza IX had grown out of a piece for clarinet and electronics which Berio later withdrew ( this original piece was known as Chemins V ; it is a different piece to the one now known by that name ).
Conversely England benefits from this trade because its cost for producing cloth has not changed but it can now get wine at a lower price, closer to the cost of cloth.

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