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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 .”
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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, 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, in 2004 the South Korean government charged the Korean High Speed Rail Construction Authority, a public entity, to construct its high speed rail line, 412 km from Seoul to Busan, in two phases.
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 and interest
Conversely, an important faction may have an interest in helping fund the campaign of smaller factions with a very different political agenda, so that these smaller parties end up weakening their own agenda.
Conversely, restricting excursion of the diaphragm by pressing the stethoscope diaphragm surface firmly against the anatomical area overlying the physiological sounds of interest, the acoustic surround could also be used to dampen excursion of the diaphragm in response to " z "- axis pressure against a concentric fret.
Conversely, the Egyptians only slowly developed an interest in the Greek-Hellenic culture that dominated the East Mediterranean since the conquests of Alexander.
Conversely, they disdained those they identified as " party " politicians for pandering to local interests at the expense of the national interest.
Conversely, if interest rates decline ( the market yield declines ), then the price of the bond should rise ( all else being equal ).
Conversely, dropping the interest rates will encourage banks to borrow money and therefore invest more freely.
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, in low-density regions where individual particles are far apart and the resolution is low, the smoothing length can be increased, optimising the computation for the regions of interest.
Conversely, an interest in a private-held company is worth less because no established market exists.
Conversely, when interest rates are historically high, lenders normally offer a discount to borrowers to fix their interest rate over time, as rates are more likely to fall during the fixed rate period.
Conversely, there is increasing interest in the possible therapeutic benefits of blocking CTLA4 ( using antagonistic antibodies against CTLA such as ipilimumab ) as a means of inhibiting immune system tolerance to tumours and thereby providing a potentially useful immunotherapy strategy for patients with cancer.
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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, extremely thin jewelry can cause the same tearing in what is commonly referred to as the " cheese cutter effect ", either during sudden torsion or over a long period of wearing, especially if the thin jewelry bears any weight.
Conversely, in extravascular hemolysis the reticuloendothelial system, especially splenic monocytes, phagocytose the erythrocytes and hemoglobin is not released into circulation ; serum haptoglobin levels are therefore normal.
Conversely, in much of the rest of the world, especially Europe, whistling is used to express displeasure with the action or disagreement with an official's decision.
Conversely, he cannot jump as high, making some situations, such as certain boss fights, especially the final one, more difficult.
Conversely, because members of this committee can easily steer money to their home districts, it is considered very difficult to unseat a member of this committee at an election — especially if he or she is a " Cardinal.
Conversely, other insectivorous birds that occupy more constrained territories, such as the ground-nesting Blacksmith Lapwing may be very territorial, especially in the breeding season, where they not only threaten or attack many kinds of intruders, but have stereotyped display behaviour to deter conspecifics sharing neighbouring nesting spots.
Conversely, in Hindu art, narrative scenes have become rather more common in recent centuries, especially in miniature paintings of the lives of Krishna and Rama.
Conversely, where trust is absent, projects can fail, especially if this lack of trust has not been identified and addressed.
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, countries with a more uniform cultural / linguistic history tend to have less broken down and diverse place names-Wales for instance ( especially when compared to neighbouring England ).
Conversely, neutral quotes may indicate that the word or phrase in quotes has changed in meaning since its usage in the specific instance, especially if the word or phrase has gained a controversial or pejorative meaning.
Conversely, synthetic languages often combine many lexical morphemes into single words, making it difficult to boil them down to the traditional sense of words found more easily in analytic languages ; this is especially difficult for polysynthetic languages, such as Inuktitut and Ubykh, where entire sentences may consist of a single word.
Conversely, some airports which call themselves international airports, especially in smaller United States cities, in fact have no scheduled international airline passenger service but do have customs and immigration facilities serving charter, cargo and general aviation flights.
Conversely and to some surprisingly, the word may be used to mean " approve of ," especially in an official sense.