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Even today, half a century later, many of the floating-point benchmarks to gauge the performance of new computer processors are still written in Fortran ( e. g., CFP2006, the floating-point component of the SPEC CPU2006 benchmarks ).
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Even and today
Even today range riders will come upon mummified bodies of men who attempted nothing more difficult than a twenty-mile hike and slowly lost direction, were tortured by the heat, driven mad by the constant and unfulfilled promise of the landscape, and who finally died.
Even today there are some doubts about the value of education for Japanese women, but this University continues to grow and to send its students out into the community.
Even Norway, despite daily but limited manifestations against atomic arms in the heart of this northernmost capital of the alliance, is today closer to the NATO line.
Even today, the procedure is credited with ending the devastation caused by the early epidemics, and vaccination, in many ways an updated and modernized form of the procedure, continues to be recommended by the Centers for Disease Control for at-risk populations, such as potential victims of bioterrorism, and research scientists who work with surviving strains of the virus.
Even more than two hundred years later, during the last century, when Western specialists in Chinese, who had by that time created the discipline known as sinology, designed the early forms of numerous transcriptions used today, the first mistakes of enthusiastic missionaries, envoys and business men were not fully eliminated.
" Even today, though these errors have been recognized for more than a century, the general notion that Lao Tzu was Christ's forerunner has lost none of its romantic appeal.
Even today, many brass pedagogues take a rigid approach to teaching how a brass player's embouchure should function.
Even today, knowledge in the field advances so rapidly that many of the etymologies in contemporary dictionaries are outdated.
Even though Spain, the United Kingdom and Gibraltar are all part of the European Union, the border fence is still relevant today since Gibraltar is outside the customs union.
Even though the evangelist as depicted in the New Testament doesn't match the patristic description of Luke, the traditional view is still argued today.
Even today, the various memories and interpretations of this occupation still fuel animosities between Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
Even today the play is rarely performed in its entirety, and has only once been dramatised on film completely, with Kenneth Branagh's 1996 version.
Even today Russia shares many continuities of political culture and social structure with its tsarist and Soviet past.
Even today, Louchébem is still well-known and used among those working at point-of-sale in the meat retail industry.
Even and half
Even a city of thirty thousand might have six baseball teams, sponsored by grocers and hardware merchants or department stores, that played two or three times a week throughout the summer, usually in the cool of the evening, before an earnest and partisan audience who did not begrudge a quarter each, or even more, to be dropped into a hat when the game was half over.
Even so, half of a given amount of astatine will vaporize in an hour if put on a clean glass surface at room temperature.
Even if only half of the gunpowder had gone off, everyone in the House of Lords and its environs would have been killed instantly.
Even though the signal travels at the speed of light, it still requires about half a second to travel that distance ( not including the much smaller latencies inside the communications equipment ).
Even as late as the later half of the 19th century the Grand Duke personally owned half of the countryside.
Even if this difficult goal is met, it will still leave more than an estimated half a billion people without access to safe drinking water and over a billion without access to adequate sanitation.
Even soils derived from granitic bedrock contain an order of magnitude less available phosphorus and only half as much nitrogen as soils in comparable climates in other continents.
Even the Gods and heroes were primarily depicted barefoot, and the hoplite warriors fought battles in bare feet and Alexander the Great conquered half of the ancient world with barefoot armies.
Even before Russia's financial crisis of 1998, Russia's GDP was half of what it had been in the early 1990s.
Even half a century did not change much, and it took until the 1960s for the right questions to be asked about his work, and for it to be viewed in a more balanced and sympathetic light.
Even though FHA is statutorily required to be budget neutral, the GAO is projecting taxpayer funded subsidies of half a billion dollars over the next three years, if no changes are made to the FHA program.
Even so, the Johnson administration in the second half of 1964 focused on convincing the American public that there was no chance of war between North Vietnam and the U. S.
Even if he left half of his troops in the west, he would still have a numerical advantage over Seleucus.
Even though North Amityville students make up a large portion of the Amityville and Copiague School Districts ' student bodies ( possibly more than half of Amityville's ), there is only one public school that is entirely located in North Amityville: Northeast School, serving Pre-K and Kindergarten in the Amityville School District.
Even though Kretschmer only served for one and a half of the six years of World War II, he was never bettered in terms of tonnage sunk.
Even though both his boards were eventually cut from the film, Peet continued to work on Pinocchio for another year and a half.
Even 11 months after the event occurred nearly all the younger adults experienced flashbulb memories, but less than half of the older adults met all the criterion of a flashbulb memory.
Even in emerging economies, service output is growing rapidly and often represents at least half of the GDP.
Even though there is little intervening evidence for writing during the millennium and a half between the collapse of the Indus Valley Civilization c. 1900 BCE and the first appearance of Brahmi in the mid-4th century BCE, the Indus hypothesis is slowly gaining momentum because of the sheer differences between how Semitic alphabets work and how Brahmi works for an Indo-Aryan language.
Even 8-bit, four-times-oversampled PCM with noise shaping, proper dithering and half data rate of DSD has better noise floor and frequency response.
Even though an example like the one above regarding the orange would not be something that required the practical application of The Categorical Imperative, it is important to draw distinction between Kant and Rawls, and note that Kant's Theory would not necessarily lead to the same problems Rawls ' does-i. e., the cutting in half of the orange.