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Conversely and German
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 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, U. S. mortar platoons needed clearings in which to work ; these were few and dangerous, being pre-ranged by German troops, so mortar support was often unavailable to rifle platoons.
Conversely, a German controlled major rail head lay only to the north of their positions.
" Conversely, Austrian / German ultra-nationalist Guido von List and his followers such as Lanz von Liebenfels, later selectively mixed parts of Blavatsky's occult philosophy with nationalistic and fascist ideas ; this system of thought became known as Ariosophy.
Conversely, following the suicide of Adolf Hitler, de Valera, following diplomatic protocol, controversially offered condolences to the German ambassador.
Conversely there are often negative feelings towards the veterans of foreign nations held long after the war is over ; for example towards the German Nazi soldiers, yet they are no less veterans of war than those of the winning side.
Conversely, the German reaction to the outcome was jubilant.
Conversely, as a way of punishing Schmeling for his increasingly public resistance, Hitler drafted Schmeling into paratrooper duty in the German Luftwaffe.
Conversely, its own thin armor was vulnerable to the 20 mm autocannons that German scout cars were equipped with.
Conversely, the protagonist Dorian Hawkmoon is a German ( though having an English name ), originally from Köln, who is exiled by Granbretan's brutal conquest of his homeland but who fights on and rallies the Europeans ' resistance to the conquerors.

Conversely and French
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, 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 in francophone Canada, one hundredth of a Canadian dollar is informally called a sou ( penny ), though cent is official in both English and French.
Conversely, French directors have had prolific and influential careers in other countries, such as Luc Besson, Jacques Tourneur, or Francis Veber in the United States.
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, and precisely at the same time as the discovery of the " wikt: bordereau | bordereau " in the summer of 1894, the first successful prototype of the highly advanced long-recoil Mle 1897 Canon de 75 modèle 1897 | French 75 field gun had just been tested in great secrecy.
Conversely, however, the French were able to capture the southern stronghold of Saigon and, in June 1862, several provinces of southern Vietnam were ceded to the French as Cochinchina with the signing of the Treaty of Saigon.
Conversely, in " Carleton Saga " by Harry and Olive Walker, the over-abundant fish is said by early French explorers to be suckers and mud-pout, that in French translate as carpe.
Conversely, Equatorial Guinea has announced its decision to introduce Portuguese as its third official language, in addition to Spanish and French, and has made a request for membership in the CPLP.

Conversely and refer
Conversely, Eldad ha-Dani argued that the tribe of Simeon had become quite powerful, taking tribute from 25 other kingdoms, some of which were Arabians ; though he names their location, surviving versions of his manuscripts differ as to whether it was the land of the Khazars or of the Chaldeans-Chaldeans would be an anachronism, though it could possibly refer to Buyid Dynasty Persia.
Conversely, highways and motorways are types of roads, but few would refer to them as streets.
" Conversely, in the positive sense, it would refer to " having it both ways " or " having the best of both worlds.
Conversely, the word also figures in idiomatic phrases such as " the dog's bollocks ", " top bollock ( s )", or more simply " the bollocks " ( as opposed to just " bollocks "), which will refer to something which is admired, approved of or well-respected.
) Conversely, given a point, the logarithm gives a point in the tangent space ( roughly speaking, as again, one must transport from the origin to point ; for details, refer to original sources ).
Conversely, Calormenes refer to the human inhabitants of Narnia as " barbarians ".
where it is understood that d and ω refer to the exterior derivative and a matrix of 1-forms, respectively, acting on the components of ξ. Conversely, a matrix of 1-forms ω is a priori sufficient to completely determine the connection locally on the open set over which the basis of sections e is defined.
Conversely, in places such as the United States, where commercial broadcasters are the norm, independent radio is sometimes used to refer to non-commercial educational radio stations that are primarily supported by listener contributions and are thus independent of commercial advertising concerns.
Conversely, horizontally applied, or “ crosscutting ,” mandates refer to mandates that affect various departments or programs.
) Conversely, when emperors wanted to accuse ( and execute ) officials of treason, they often euphemistically refer to them as " wanting to act like Huo Guang.
Conversely, in the United States Navy, the term " shipmate " can be the derogatory term used by officers and senior enlisted to refer to a sailor whose name they have not bothered to remember or read off of their uniform ( Example: Hey!

Conversely and specific
Conversely, so-called " nodder " height finding radars use a dish with a narrow vertical beamwidth and wide azimuthal beamwidth to detect an aircraft at a specific height but with low azimuthal precision.
Conversely, selective ion monitoring ( SIM ) only monitors selected peaks associated with a specific substance.
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, studies using transgenic mice in which neuronal signaling is abolished in specific circuitries showed that synaptic activity regulates, but is not essential to maintain, the expression of these proteins.
Conversely, the specific gravity of petroleum liquids can be derived from the API gravity value as

Conversely and kind
Conversely, Harris maintains that the fact-value distinction is a confusion, proposing that values are really a certain kind of fact.
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, enchantments are also used to describe spells that cause no real effects but deceive people, either by directly affecting their thoughts or using some kind of illusions.
Conversely, misusing this kind of responsibility may result in personal liability for the team leader: a decision executed to respond to situational needs may result in later prosecution as the team leader's actions are reviewed by higher authorities.

Conversely and rather
Conversely, the vowel marks of the Tigrinya abugida and the Amharic abugida ( ironically, the original source of the term " abugida ") have been so completely assimilated into their consonants that the modifications are no longer systematic and have to be learned as a syllabary rather than as a segmental script.
Conversely, believers with an exclusivist mindset will rather tend to proselytize followers of other religions, than seek an open-ended dialogue with them.
Conversely, some critics argue Wordsworth was not opposed to the panorama, but was rather hesitant about it.
Conversely, if the italics are purely ornamental rather than meaningful, then semantic markup practices would dictate that the author use the Cascading Style Sheets declaration along with an appropriate, semantic class name instead of an or element.
Conversely, English ( a Germanic, rather than Romance, language ) is now predominant in the Channel Islands.
Conversely, in the United Kingdom O gauge is popular among fine-scale modellers generally with an emphasis on detail rather than operation.
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, 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, extrinsic materials are those that have superhardness and other mechanical properties that are determined by their microstructure rather than composition.
Conversely, a stereo cartridge reproduces the lateral grooves of monophonic recording equally through both channels, rather than one channel.
Conversely, rather than attempt to critique Carr with the benefit of hindsight, Stephen McGlinchey states that Carr's analysis of events in The Twenty Years Crisis was significant and timely within its context, particularly in its critique of the League of Nations.
Conversely, if short, the cost of carry is the cost of paying dividends, or rather the opportunity cost ; the cost of purchasing a particular security rather than an alternative.

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