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Every single problem touched on thus far is related to good marketing planning.
Every lattice element of the structure is in its proper place, whether it is a single atom or a molecular grouping.
Every single thermodynamic system exists in a particular state.
* Every pair of congruence relations for an unknown integer x, of the form x ≡ k ( mod a ) and x ≡ l ( mod b ), has a solution, as stated by the Chinese remainder theorem ; in fact the solutions are described by a single congruence relation modulo ab.
Group actions / representations: Every group G can be considered as a category with a single object whose morphisms are the elements of G. A functor from G to Set is then nothing but a group action of G on a particular set, i. e. a G-set.
The album's lead single, " She's Every Woman " peaked at number-one on the Billboard Country Chart, however its follow-up single, " The Fever " ( a cover of an Aerosmith song ) only peaked at number 23, becoming Brooks's first released Country single to not chart on the Top 10.
Every HLM and LLM was built up around a single 1802 microprocessor and 32K of RAM ( for HLMs ) or 16K of RAM ( for LLMs ).
Every McIntosh apple has a direct lineage to a single tree discovered in 1796 by John McIntosh on his farm in Dundela, a hamlet near Morrisburg, in Dundas County, Ontario, Canada.
The revised edition of Robyn was released in the UK in April 2007, and contains two new tracks —" With Every Heartbeat " ( a collaboration with Kleerup ) and " Cobrastyle " ( a cover of a 2006 single by Swedish rockers Teddybears )— alongside slightly altered versions of two of the original songs.
The second single from the UK release was " With Every Heartbeat ", released in late July and reached number one on the UK singles chart.
Good Trouble ( 1982 ) and Wheels Are Turnin ' ( 1984 ) were follow-up albums which also did well commercially, the former containing the hit singles " Keep the Fire Burnin '" ( U. S. # 7 ), " Sweet Time " ( U. S. # 26 ) and the un-ranked " The Key " and the latter containing the # 1 hit single " Can't Fight This Feeling " plus three more hits: " I Do ' Wanna Know " ( U. S. # 29 ), " One Lonely Night " ( U. S. # 19 ), " Live Every Moment " ( U. S. # 34 ) and the un-ranked " Break His Spell ".
Every singleton is a terminal object, with the functions mapping all elements of the source sets to the single target element as morphisms.
Every quark in the universe does not attract every other quark in the above distance independent manner, since colour-confinement implies that the strong force acts without distance-diminishment only between pairs of single quarks, and that in collections of bound quarks ( i. e., hadrons ), the net colour-charge of the quarks cancels out, as seen from far away.
Every stalactite begins with a single mineral-laden drop of water.
: Every single week,
Every non-empty intersection of a 3-sphere with a three-dimensional hyperplane is a 2-sphere ( unless the hyperplane is tangent to the 3-sphere, in which case the intersection is a single point ).
Every single letter was returned with a minimum of $ 1, 000 in donation.
Marr told NME in early 1987, " Every single label came to see us.
" Don't Stand So Close to Me ' 86 " was released in October 1986 as their final single and made it into the UK Top 25 ; it also appeared on the 1986 compilation Every Breath You Take: The Singles.
Every single statement of the Bible calls for instant, unqualified and unrestricted acceptance.
The dark theme of the album was balanced by " Every Little Thing ", a " celebration of what a wonderful girl the guy has ", according to Unterberger, that appeared later in the album and had been written as an attempt for a single, according to McCartney:
", " Eight Days a Week " ( a number one hit single in the US in early 1965 ), " What You're Doing ", " Words of Love ", " Every Little Thing ", and " I Don't Want to Spoil the Party " ( flipside to " Eight Days a Week ", it reached number 35 in the US and it would hit number one on the US Country chart for Rosanne Cash when she remade it in 1989 ).

Every and instance
The work is much more accessible than Sana ’ i ’ s for instance ; " Every line of the Rubaiyat has more meaning than almost anything you could read in Sufi literature ".
Every instance of the real-world situation or run of the experiment must produce exactly one outcome.
For instance, in the episode " Fix-It McGee ", aired three weeks after Pearl Harbor, Fibber tells Mayor LaTrivia his " great slogan " for the war bond campaign: " Every time you buy a bond, you slap a Jap across the pond.
" Count Every Star " by The Ravens ( 1950 ), for instance, includes vocalizations imitating the " doomph, doomph " plucking of a double bass.
Every instance of phase or chemical equilibrium is characterized by a constant.
Every day for instance, people are faced with the dilemma of whether or not to lie in a given situation.
* Every ticketed passenger would be screened, for instance not just those who check bags
Every aspect of Festeron has been changed to something ominous: for instance, what was once a poodle is now a frightening hellhound.
At the peak of its popularity, No Limit became notorious for producing lengthy albums that consisted of up to 20 tracks and featured numerous cameo appearances by other No Limit artists ( Fiend's 1998 release, There's One in Every Family, for instance, contained fifteen ), in addition to the cheap packaging of its CDs in cases that consisted mostly of cardboard stock and a small amount of plastic, as well as spearheading the movement of garish Pen & Pixel-designed album covers.
Every single instance in this typology is either proposed or endorsed by the highest authorities in Shiite jurisprudence.
Every object of mass in space, for instance, exerts a field force on all other objects of mass, according to Newton's law of universal gravitation.
Every time you send a Ruby message to a proxy object, RubyCocoa will try to forward it to the embedded Objective-C instance, by translating the message name to an Objective-C selector and asking the Objective-C runtime to forward it.
Every county has a court of common pleas, which is the court of first instance for felonies and certain high-value civil cases.
Every instance of corruption, disregard and vice are suggested for every rank of the army.
Every link can be cut apart to form a string link, though this is not unique, and invariants of links can sometimes be understood as invariants of string links – this is the case for Milnor's invariants, for instance.
For instance, Leviticus 11: 26 states " Every animal which parteth the hoof, but is not cloven footed, nor cheweth the cud, is unclean unto you ; every one that toucheth them shall be unclean " ( humans have 5 toes ).
Every three years since 1997, for instance, the World Water Council has drawn thousands to participate in its World Water Forum during the week of World Day for Water.
Every instance of Frontierland has a Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, and a stretch of riverfront.
Every PE keeps track of assigned inner label, and associates these with the VPLS instance.
For a long time people thought " Every Little Thing " was a rare instance in which the composer was not the lead singer, but in reality, the song is sung by Lennon and McCartney together.
In England and Wales, section 1 ( 5 ) of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 provides that " Every decree of divorce shall in the first instance be a decree nisi and shall not be made absolute before the expiration of six months from its grant ", and section 9 ( 1 ) allows any person ( including the Queen's Proctor ), before the decree is made absolute, to " show cause why the decree should not be made absolute by reason of material facts not having been brought before the court ".

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