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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.
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Conversely, the bodies of people who had certain medical conditions are useful for research into those conditions.
Conversely, people who revere or venerate religious images are ( by iconoclasts ) called " iconolaters ".
Conversely, some of the people of Kabul who lived under King Zahir Shah describe the period before the April 1978 Saur Revolution as a sort of golden age.
Conversely, the Roman poet Ovid provides a second etymology, in which he says that the month of May is named for the maiores, Latin for " elders ," and that the following month ( June ) is named for the iuniores, or " young people " ( Fasti VI. 88 ).
Conversely, people not familiar with the various different forms of dance may ask for a evening of square dance meaning simply a barn dance where many different formations of dance are used.
# Conversely, coming out can be viewed as inauthentic or as a self-betrayal for some trans and intersex people who have chosen to live in stealth because the disclosure is at odds with their true gender.
Conversely defeat by an external power could mean the end of a ruler and his people, who were absorbed into the victorious confederacy.
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 authoritarian regimes, the police typically have the right to search property and people without having to provide justification, or without having to secure the permission of a court.
Conversely, some people try to increase performance of a CPU by replacing the oscillator crystal with a higher frequency crystal (" overclocking ").
Conversely as the quantity rises ( people allowed on the bridge ), the willingness of a person to pay for that good ( the price ) declines.
Conversely, some view that Sunni jurisprudence falls into two groups: Ahl al-Ra ' i, or people of opinions, due to their emphasis on scholarly judgment and reason ; and Ahl al-Hadith, or people of traditions, due to their emphasis on restricting juristic thought to only what is found in scripture.
Conversely, reverse thinspiration features images of fatty food or overweight people intended to induce disgust.
Conversely, many pseudoarchaeologists, whilst criticising the academic archaeological establishment, also attempt to get support from people with academic credentials and affiliations.
Sekonyela's downfall is commonly attributed to his personal defects-to the love of war by which he alienated his neighbours, and to the rough treatment by which he alienated his own people, Conversely, Moshweshwe's rise to power is commonly attributed to his love of peace and to his benevolence.
Conversely, the Indonesian cuisine also had influenced colonial Dutch and Indo people that brought Indonesian dishes back to the Netherlands due to repatriation following the independence of Indonesia.
Conversely, when people identify with their current experience, the conditions of wholeness and growth support change.
Conversely, people use fewer reasons and more CHR explanations when explaining behaviors of collectives or aggregate groups ( O ' Laughlin & Malle, 2002 ).
Conversely people strongly prefer risks that might mitigate a loss ( called risk seeking behavior ).
Conversely, privatisation shrinks the power of the state and free enterprise enlarges the power of the people.
" Conversely, the Tampa Tribune of the time called it " a lasting blot on the people of Levy county ", clearly condemning rather than justifying the massacre.
Conversely, should the state not intervene, rentiers ( people who earn income from property or securities ) would generate socially negative wealth that fostered imperialism and protectionism.
Conversely, if reason is made subservient to scripture, then, Spinoza argues, " the prejudices of a common people of long ago ... will gain a hold on his understanding and darken it.
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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, these arguments were disputed by those who claimed Dominion was widely misunderstood, and conservatively inclined commenters saw the change as part of a much larger attempt by Liberals to " re-brand " or re-define Canadian history.
Conversely, equivalent housing in black neighborhoods is far more affordable to those who are unable or unwilling to pay a premium to live in white neighborhoods.
( Conversely, the Star Trek: Enterprise episode " Awakening " includes a line from the long-deceased Surak referring to the enemies of logic in his time as " those who marched beneath the raptor's wing ": this would appear to be a reference to the symbol of the Romulan Empire.
Conversely, trade secret owners who cannot evidence reasonable efforts at protecting confidential information, risk losing the trade secret, even if the information is obtained by competitors illegally.
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, members of a society may also shun or scapegoat members of the society who violate its norms.
Conversely, surveys conducted among living donors postoperatively and in a period of five years following the procedure have shown extreme regret in a majority of the donors, who said that given the chance to repeat the procedure, they would not.
Conversely, those who wish to function primarily as clinical ED physicians choose the CCFP route of certification.
Conversely, individuals who wish to receive benefit from their family connections may take that person's first or last name.
Conversely, the daughter of a non-kohen who married a kohen took on the same rights as an unmarried daughter of a kohen.
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, citizens may find themselves ineligible because they do not currently reside within the United States ; exceptions apply for children of military parent ( s ) who were born overseas, were disabled or became blind overseas, or first applied for benefits overseas and for students studying abroad who were eligible for SSI in the month prior to leaving the US, whose absence will be for less than 1 year, and who are studying to enhance their ability to perform substantial gainful activity, sponsored by an educational institution in the US, and would not be available to the individual in the US.
Conversely, Joseph Horowitz contends that those who keep the Toscanini legend alive are members of a " Toscanini cult ", an idea not altogether refuted by Frank, but not embraced by him, either.
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 ).