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Every program involving either Catholic or Protestant churches in which we participated was carefully scrutinized .... Every topic which had possible theological nuances or implications was vetoed, and only when the Rav pronounced it to be satisfactory did we proceed to the dialogue.
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Every access to the translated file, or files below a hierarchy in the second case, is in fact handled by the program.
Every library module has at least two source files: a definitions file specifying the library's interface plus one or more program files specifying the implementation of the procedures in the interface.
Bryan's words gave rise to later economic and political philosophies, including Huey Long's 1930s Share Our Wealth program, with its trigger phrase, " Every Man a King " inspired by Bryan's speech.
Every student of the engineering trainee program receives the degree of “ ingénieur de l ' École centrale de Nantes ”, more commonly called “ ingénieur centralien ”.
Every member of the Bene Gesserit is conditioned into singular loyalty to the order and its goals with allegiances to even family being secondary, and no goal is more paramount than the Sisterhood's large-scale breeding program.
Long created the Share Our Wealth program in 1934 with the motto " Every Man a King ", proposing new wealth redistribution measures in the form of a net asset tax on corporations and individuals to curb the poverty and homelessness endemic nationwide during the Great Depression.
Every school within the Institute does require that applicants send in an artist's statement, along with a portfolio or audition ( depending on the program ) in order to be considered for admission.
B ' nai B ' rith also publishes program guides for local Jewish education programs and each year sponsors " Unto Every Person There is a Name ".
Every action that influences an organization's improvement program in a change agent-client system relationship can be said to be an intervention.
Every year, the Ohio program holds a bill rating on a Saturday morning at the state house in Columbus.
Every team in the league except the Detroit Red Wings and the New Jersey Devils have introduced a third jersey at one point since the program began.
Every evening from this time on Gribelin brought to him at the Military Club the program for the next day ; Du Paty and Henry, whose connection with the affair Esterhazy soon knew, saw him several times, sometimes at the Montmartre cemetery, sometimes on the Pont d ' Alexandre III.
Save the Children is working to achieve this goal through their Every One Campaign and their seven step program stating:
Every year, the annual Christmas in Washington program is filmed at the museum, with the President and First Lady.
Every Sunday, Polish Radio Katowice broadcasts a program based on famous prewar Lwów's Merry Wave, every Tuesday, Polish Radio Rzeszów broadcasts a program Kresy Landscapes.
Every and involving
Every process involving charged particles emits infinitely many coherent photons of infinite wavelength, and the amplitude for emitting any finite number of photons is zero.
Every Zone has three Acts, 2 involving standard levels, and the third Act being a boss fight against Robotnik, without any flicky-collecting involved.
Every three months an extended panel of at least five Board members meets in each region to consider a number of cases involving offenders serving life sentences, preventive detention or long-term determinate sentences of more than seven years.
Every issue of the magazine opens with a description of The Skeptics Society and its mission statement, which is to explore subjects such as creationism, pyramid power, Bigfoot, pseudohistorical claims ( as in the examples of Holocaust denial and extreme Afrocentrism ), the use or misuse of theory and statistics, conspiracy theories, urban myths, witch-hunts, mass hysterias, genius and intelligence, and cultural influences on science, as well as controversies involving protosciences at the leading edge of established science, and even fads like cryonics and low-carb diets.
Every four years the village also produces a Community Drama in the grounds of Cannon Hall involving the band, choral society and 100 actors from the village.
Every infinitesimal region of space time may have its own proper time that corresponds to the gravitational time dilation there, where electromagnetic radiation and matter may be equally affected, since they are made of the same essence ( as shown in many tests involving the famous equation E = mc < sup > 2 </ sup >).
" Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish " was the first episode produced for the second season, but " Bart Gets an F " aired first because of Bart's popularity and the producers wanted to premiere with an episode involving him in hopes of stealing viewers from The Cosby Show.
On April 17, 1958, Delaney stated, " Every day our newspapers report numerous muggings and attacks, most of them involving knives.
Every and either
Hilbert's example: " the assertion that either there are only finitely many prime numbers or there are infinitely many " ( quoted in Davis 2000: 97 ); and Brouwer's: " Every mathematical species is either finite or infinite.
* Every formal address or message " to the nation " or to either or both Houses of the Oireachtas must have prior approval of the Government.
Belkis Lora, a relative of a passenger on the crashed flight, said " Every Dominican in New York has either taken that flight or knows someone who has.
" Aside from merely disputing readings of his own work, however, in " Letter on ' Humanism ,'" Heidegger asserts that " Every humanism is either grounded in a metaphysics or is itself made to be the ground of one.
The following propositions all imply one another: " Every object is either black or not a raven ", " Every Raven is black ", and " Every non-black object is a non-raven.
Every resultant is either a sum or a difference of the co-operant forces ; their sum, when their directions are the same -- their difference, when their directions are contrary.
Every Duke thereafter has either died without heirs or succeeded to the Crown, and so has not been able to leave the Royal Family.
Every destination in the topology table can be marked either as " Passive ", which is the state when the routing has stabilized and the router knows the route to the destination, or " Active " when the topology has changed and the router is in the process of ( actively ) updating its route to that destination.
Every map that is injective, continuous and either open or closed is an embedding ; however there are also embeddings which are neither open nor closed.
Every car uses either a 5. 0 L Ford " Boss 302 " SVO or a 5. 0 L Chevrolet small block race-engine ( depending on the make )-capable of producing between 460 and 485 kW ( 620 — 650 bhp ) of power, but generally quoted as a little over 450 kW ( 600 bhp ) in race trim.
Other sauces are either prepared from scratch, or are variations on a basic curry sauce :< ref ><" Every restaurant has a large pan of this sauce always at hand, with the recipe varying only slightly from Chef to Chef.
Concerning the role of clave in salsa music, Charley Gerard states: “ The clave feeling is in the music whether or not the claves are actually being played .” Every ostinato part which spans a cycle of four main beats, has a specific alignment with clave, and expresses the rhythmic qualities of clave either explicitly or implicitly.
Every stream from either side of the valley has its large terraces to correspond with those of the Passumpsic River.
Every even-numbered year either two or three members are elected by the people to serve a four-year term.
Every acre was owned by someone, either a private individual or by government in the form of the Crown.
The International Committee of the Red Cross 1958 Commentary on 1949 Geneva Convention IV Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War states: " Every person in enemy hands must have some status under international law: he is either a prisoner of war and, as such, covered by the Third Convention, a civilian covered by the Fourth Convention, or again, a member of the medical personnel of the armed forces who is covered by the First Convention.