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Equally, gays and lesbians do not see the Bible as unequivocally true because they are forced by its use against them to read it more closely and with less credulity, leading them to note its myriad contradictions.
Equally, although the army has no history of peace support contributions, its involvement in RAMSI has proven a catalyst to determine how it could train for and be used in UN operations.
Equally, he saw that friendship with Prussia and Britain, following its triumph in the Seven Years War, could offer more to aid his plans than either Austria or France.
Equally, Price moved OUP towards publishing in its own right.
Equally adaptable to large, cool-water impoundments and reservoirs, the smallmouth also spread far beyond its original native range.
Equally, a family might voluntarily pledge part of its farm income or labour to a powerful clan in return for its protection.
Equally adaptable to large, cool-water impoundments and reservoirs, the smallmouth also spread far beyond its original native range.
Equally, its corporate headquarters were in central London.
Equally significant is the fact that the terminal's multi-chip CPU ( processor ) became the embryo of the x86 architecture upon which the original IBM PC and its descendants are based.
Equally, an interstellar refugee camp turned slum of dubious reputation called the Dipple provides the starting point for a number of planet stories, as the number of desperate young people seeking any escape from its poverty is high.
Equally popular are tamales, although not exactly similar to its Mexican counterpart.
Equally, its values became the national values.
Equally important was the influence of fellow artist Peter Purves Smith in guiding him towards his characteristic mature style with its use of desolate landscapes inhabited by sparse figures under ominous skies.

Equally and is
Equally, the acceptance that a lawyer is an officer of the court ( for swearing the affidavit ) is not a given.
Equally important is to determine whether no such assignments exist, which would imply that the function expressed by the formula is identically FALSE for all possible variable assignments.
Equally famous is the annual Hogmanay celebration.
Equally important is the coffee ceremony which accompanies the serving of the coffee, which is sometimes served from a jebena ( ጀበና ), a clay coffee pot in which the coffee is boiled.
Equally memorable and influential on Walt Whitman is Emerson's idea that " a foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of small minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines.
He is known by the epithets Lámhfhada ( pronounced /' la: wad ̪ ˠə /, meaning " long arm " or " long hand "), for his skill with a spear or sling, Ildánach (" skilled in many arts "), Samhildánach (" Equally skilled in many arts "), Lonnbeimnech (" fierce striker " or perhaps " sword-shouter ") and Macnia (" boy hero "), and by the matronymic mac Ethlenn or mac Ethnenn (" son of Ethliu or Ethniu ").
Equally out of place in a judicial framework is perhaps the institution's most peculiar feature: that it can take place at most once a year, and only for one person.
Equally fictional is the nonviolent protest of Hegetorides of Thasos.
Equally there is criticism from Austria that Slovenia has not given it ` s German-Austrian minority and heritage, the same recognition that it has given to Italians and Hungarians, although Germans have historically been the largest ethhnic minority of the country.
Equally probable is any other string of four characters allowed by the typewriter, such as " GGGG ", " mATh ", or " q % 8e ".
Equally incorrect is the signature, The Chairman of the Presidium.
Equally convincing evidence is of large overabundances of specific stable elements in stellar atmospheres of asymptotic giant branch stars.
Equally as bossy as Danny and surprisingly tough for her stature, Toots is also considered second in command of the gang.
Equally, there are some cities where the local government district is in fact smaller than the historical or natural boundaries of the city.
Equally shocked, Bronski turns and walks out in silence, but Ehrhardt immediately thinks that Maria is having an affair with Hitler and he has just been caught trying to steal the Führer's girl.
Equally uncertain is the date of Oswiu's return to Northumbria.
Equally important, the evidence for the " what is it?
Equally little is known about early Guaraní society and beliefs.
Equally important is the broader area of cultural intelligence, which draws heavily on the social sciences.

Equally and following
Equally proficient as a starter or coming out of the bullpen, Dravecky helped the Padres to their first pennant the following year.
Equally important, on November 7, 1939 following heavy snowstorms, Hitler put off " X-Day " until further notice, which removed the reason that had most motivated Brauchitsch and Halder to consider overthrowing Hitler.
Equally important, on 7 November 1939 following heavy snowstorms, Hitler put off " X-Day " until further notice, which removed the reason that had most motivated Brauchitsch and Halder to consider overthrowing Hitler.
Equally important, on November 7, 1939 following heavy snowstorms, Hitler put off " X-Day " until further notice, which removed the reason that had most motivated Brauchitsch and Halder to consider overthrowing Hitler.

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Equally curtailed by Mucianus were Domitian's military ambitions.
Equally, if an acute sense of smell were " more necessary to the sustenance of the animal ... the same principle change the qualities of the animal, and .. produce a race of well scented hounds, instead of those who catch their prey by swiftness ".
Equally, Malcolm's raids in Northumbria may have been related to the disputed " Kingdom of the Cumbrians ", reestablished by Earl Siward in 1054, which was under Malcolm's control by 1070.
Equally they may have believed that the British had become overstretched by fighting a global war and decided to try to seize British possessions such as Jamaica.
Equally, though the abolition of the guilds formally remained, in practice regulation of crafts and trades was reimposed by local ordinances.
Royal Family guidelines and procedures relating to gifts drafted in 2003 state that " before accepting any gift, careful consideration should always be given, wherever practicable, to the donor, the reason for and occasion of the gift and the nature of the gift itself (..) Equally, before declining the offer of a gift, careful consideration should be given to any offence that might be caused by such action.
Equally, there was no way for the division to know that the 2nd lift had been delayed by ground fog in England.
Equally amazing, almost her entire recording career was based on her quickly recording cover versions of new hits by other artists ( one, a cover of Joni James ' " I Need You So ," was never released ).
Equally though, humans are repulsed by God because, “ God alone is the being who acts of himself .”
Equally important has been the effort to recover earlier Asian American authors, started by Frank Chin and his colleagues ; this effort has brought Sui Sin Far, Toshio Mori, Carlos Bulosan, John Okada, Hisaye Yamamoto and others to prominence.
Equally, evolution may be employed as a mechanism for generating a dynamic world of adaptive individuals, in which the selection pressure is imposed by the program, and the viewer plays no role in selection, as in the Black Shoals project.
Equally, if no further consumption occurred but they ought to have recognized that they were affected by an unknown substance, beginning an activity such as driving would not fall within the defense.
Equally important were the Workers ' Compensation Laws, which made employers legally responsible for injuries sustained by employees at work.
The bookseller and publisher Zedler published this book in Leipzig under the name " Great Complete Encyclopaedia of All Sciences and Arts Which So Far Have Been Invented and Improved by Human Mind and Wit: Including the Geographical and Political Description of the Whole World According to All Monarchies, Empires, Kingdoms, Principalities, Republics, Free Sovereignties, Countries, Towns, Sea Harbors, Fortresses, Castles, Areas, Authorities, Monasteries, Mountains, Passes, Woods, Seas, Lakes ... and also a Detailed Historical and Genealogical Description of the World's Brightest and Most Famous Family Lines, the Life and Deeds of the Emperors, Kings, Electors and Princes, Great Heroes, Ministers of State, War Leaders ... ; Equally about All Policies of State, War and Law and Budgetary Business of the Nobility and the Bourgeois, Merchants, Traders, Arts.
Equally important is that multivariate calibration allows for accurate quantitative analysis in the presence of heavy interference by other analytes.
Equally mystifying to customers was a shelving arrangement that categorized books by publisher, rather than by topic or author.

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