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Conversely, records which originate from a common source ( or fonds ) should be kept together – preferably physically, but, where that is not practicable, certainly intellectually in the way in which they are catalogued and arranged in finding aids – in accordance with what is sometimes termed the principle of archival integrity.
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Conversely, Howard Marshall writes that the speeches were not entirely the inventions of the author and, while they may not be verbatim, nevertheless records the general idea.
Conversely, when a record is deleted, later records are moved down so that the free space remains contiguous.
Conversely FBI records show that their coded designation for Earl Browder, the leader of the Communist Party USA during this time was " Father ".
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Conversely, if statistics were uncovered which contradicted a cherished theory, the sources were denounced as faulty.
Conversely, experimenters would consider as impressive such statements as the following, which, if they turned out to be hits, are so unusual as to be really significant:
Conversely, most heat-treatable alloys are precipitation hardening alloys, which produce the opposite effects that steel does.
Conversely, some elements do not maintain distinct allotropes in different phases – for example phosphorus has numerous solid allotropes, which all revert to the same P < sub > 4 </ sub > form when melted to the liquid state.
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, paintings which came out of his workshop that were not necessarily physically worked on by Cuyp but merely overseen by him technically, were marked with A. C. to show that it was his instruction which saw the paintings ’ completion.
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, in more recent times, Russian existentialist philosopher Lev Shestov viewed Job as the embodiment of the battle between reason ( which offers general and seemingly comforting explanations for complex events ) and faith in a personal god, and one man's desperate cry for him.
Conversely, if ƒ: C → C is a function which is differentiable when regarded as a function on R < sup > 2 </ sup >, then ƒ is complex differentiable if and only if the Cauchy – Riemann equations hold.
Conversely, every point on the line can be interpreted as a number in an ordered continuum which includes the real numbers.
Conversely every partition of comes from an equivalence relation in this way, according to which if and only if and belong to the same set of the partition.
Conversely, if the data are sparse — that is, if only K out of N Fourier coefficients are nonzero — then the complexity can be reduced to O ( K log N log ( N / K )), and this has been demonstrated to lead to practical speedups compared to an ordinary FFT for N / K > 32 in a large-N example ( N = 2 < sup > 22 </ sup >) using a probabilistic approximate algorithm ( which estimates the largest K coefficients to several decimal places ).
Conversely, a high pH, low CO < sub > 2 </ sub >, or low 2, 3 BPG favors the relaxed form which can better bind oxygen.
Conversely, externalism holds that it is things about the world which motivate us, justify our beliefs, determine meaning, etc.
Conversely, Trotsky held that socialism in one country would economically constrain the industrial development of the USSR, and thus required assistance from the new socialist countries that had arisen in the developed world, which was essential for maintaining Soviet democracy, in 1924 much undermined by civil war and counter-revolution.
Conversely, the Šar Mountains, which are located in the northwestern part, block cold northern winds.
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, 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, 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, a metrizable space is separable if and only if it is second countable, which is the case if and only if it is Lindelöf.
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Conversely the Jupiter-family comets are believed to originate in the Kuiper belt, a flat disc of icy debris between 30 AU ( Neptune's orbit ) and 50 AU from the Sun ( in the scattered disc ).
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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 the equilibrium position is said to be " far to the left " if hardly any product is formed from the reactants.
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, an absence of secure cycle-parking is a recurring complaint by cyclists from cities with low modal share of cycling.
Conversely, some organisms have special techniques to prevent crystallization from occurring, such as antifreeze proteins.
Conversely, computer implementations are significant in applying ideas from discrete mathematics to real-world problems, such as in operations research.
Conversely, there are other stars that never rise above the horizon, as seen from any given point on the Earth's surface ( except exactly on the equator ).
Conversely, if the source of waves is moving away from the observer, each wave is emitted from a position farther from the observer than the previous wave, so the arrival time between successive waves is increased, reducing the frequency.
Conversely, the defensive team will know that the offense has to cover a good deal of ground in a single play, will expect a forward pass, and will know from earlier study something of the propensities of the offense they face.
Conversely, when the carbon dioxide levels in the blood decrease ( i. e., in the lung capillaries ), carbon dioxide and protons are released from hemoglobin, increasing the oxygen affinity of the protein.
Conversely, both owners of capital and labor profit in real terms from an increase in the capital endowment.
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, 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, JPL, through the Caltech lawyers representing the laboratory, allege that Coppedge's termination was simply due to budget cuts and his demotion from team lead was because of harassment complaints and from on-going conflicts with his co-workers.
Conversely, the cultural divergence at the border became sharper: in theory, a uniform French identity extends from the Atlantic coast to the Rhine, and on the other bank of the Rhine, a uniform German identity begins.
Conversely, air rising from the northern surface of the Earth ( creating a region of low pressure ) tends to draw air toward it in a counterclockwise pattern.
Conversely, Walter Burkert suggests that the Hellene cult worship of Poseidon as a horse god may be connected to the introduction of the horse and war-chariot from Anatolia to Greece around 1600 BC.