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For and better
For better or for worse, we all now live in welfare states, the organizing principle of which is collective responsibility for individual well-being.
`` Waiting For Godot '' sells even better in America than in France.
For better subway services
For several years, Solomonoff's work was better known in the Soviet Union than in the Western World.
In the court's words: " For better or worse, being intentionally thrown at is a fundamental part and inherent risk of the sport of baseball.
For most of the history of bicycles ' popularity women have worn long skirts, and the lower frame accommodated these better than the top-tube.
For some practitioners alchemy was an intellectual pursuit, and over time they got better at it.
For even better resolution and to allow for quantification, high-performance TLC can be used.
For example, by inoculating in the months of milder climate, one had a better chance of fighting the infection and becoming immune instead of the alternative: natural exposure to the disease during harsher weather, when the body's defenses were already challenged.
For these regimens, a better toxicity profile is generally expected.
For a better high-level introduction to Cyclone, the reasoning behind Cyclone and the source of these lists, see this paper.
Malaria Foundation International states, " The outcome of the treaty is arguably better than the status quo going into the negotiations ... For the first time, there is now an insecticide which is restricted to vector control only, meaning that the selection of resistant mosquitoes will be slower than before.
For these thermal effects, the frequency of the radiation is important only as it affects radiation penetration into the organism ( for example microwaves penetrate better than infrared ).
For example, there is much better scientific evidence that breathing high-oxygen gases increase exercise tolerance, during aerobic exertion .< ref >
For example, proteins dissolve better in water than in oil, and so tend to form oil-in-water emulsions ( that is, they promote the dispersion of oil droplets throughout a continuous phase of water ).
For example, students have been found to perform better on a test of knowledge about a text passage when a second reading of the passage is delayed rather than immediate ( see figure ).
For a useful interpretation of human reality, to share faith experience he said that we must each make certain " over-beliefs " in things which, while they cannot be proven on the basis of experience, help us to live fuller and better lives.
For the better part of two years, Crick worked on the physical properties of cytoplasm at Cambridge's Strangeways Laboratory, headed by Honor Bridget Fell, with a Medical Research Council studentship, until he joined Max Perutz and John Kendrew at the Cavendish Laboratory.
For those who had a job, the February revolution gave freedom to reach for resolving long-term problems of their laborious working life ; the workers called for eight-hour-per-day working limits, better working conditions, and higher wages.
( For example, Gamma Worlds 4th edition inverted the Armor Class ( AC ) scale its predecessors inherited, so that higher AC numbers indicate better armor.
For example, when atmospheric carbon dioxide levels rise, plants are able to grow better and thus remove more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, but the extent to which these mechanisms stabilize and modify the Earth's overall climate are not known.
For example, a Hall sensor integrated into a ferrite ring ( as shown ) can reduce the detection of stray fields by a factor of 100 or better ( as the external magnetic fields cancel across the ring, giving no residual magnetic flux ).
For example, Mexican companies are given better access to U. S. markets due to their membership.
For example, Jex & Britt mention research that indicates that interactional justice is a better predictor than procedural justice, which is in turn a better predictor than distributive justice.

For and worse
For example, the subprogram in Euclid's algorithm to compute the remainder would execute much faster if the programmer had a " modulus " ( division ) instruction available rather than just subtraction ( or worse: just Minsky's " decrement ").
For the upper half of the results the performance was even worse.
For example, Gramlich ( 1976 ) found that many of the benefits went to higher income families, and in particular that teenagers were made worse off by the unemployment associated with the minimum wage.
For example, by the end of September, the financial positions of Republican contenders in the cycle were worse than those of Democrats at the same point in the 2004 campaign.
For better or worse, the twentieth century.
For instance, if a change in economic policy eliminates a monopoly and that market subsequently becomes competitive and more efficient, the monopolist will be made worse off.
For example, if word context ( basically a lexicon of words ) is not used to correct software finding non-existent words, a character error rate of 1 % ( 99 % accuracy ) may result in an error rate of 5 % ( 95 % accuracy ) or worse if the measurement is based on whether each whole word was recognized with no incorrect letters.
For the VHS SP mode, which already uses a lower tape speed than the compact cassette, this resulted in a mediocre frequency response of roughly 100 Hz to 10 kHz for NTSC ; frequency response for PAL VHS with its lower standard tape speed was somewhat worse.
For better or worse, rally has become a lucrative business.
For instance, it might be in my self-interest to become trustworthy in order to participate in mutually beneficial agreements, even though in maintaining the agreement I will be doing what will, ceteris paribus, be worse for me.
: For better or for worse?
For example, during the reign of King Zedekiah, The Lord instructed Jeremiah to make a yoke of the message that the nation would be subject to the king of Babylon and that listening to the false prophets would bring a much worse disaster.
Shapley concluded her book with these words: " For better and worse McNamara shaped much in today's world -- and imprisoned himself.
For decades traffic was detoured, and congestion just kept getting worse.
The OED credits Francis Bacon in his Essays ( 1605 ) with the first use of " Cabinet council ", where it is described as a foreign habit, of which he disapproves: " For which inconveniences, the doctrine of Italy, and practice of France, in some kings ’ times, hath introduced cabinet counsels ; a remedy worse than the disease ".
For better or worse, Duplessis lent stability to Quebec through turbulent times.
For this method to work, the segmentation of the problem must be done correctly in the first place ; if done incorrectly, this can make the problem worse, not better, by impeding communication between programmers working on parts of the problem which are actually closely coupled, even when the project plan has decreed that they are not.
For longer bumps that the wheels follow, greater unsprung mass causes more energy to be absorbed by the wheels and makes the ride worse.
The site wrote of the critics ' consensus: " For better or worse, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me is every bit as strange and twisted as you'd expect from David Lynch ".
For example, a death due to murder is considered worse than a death in a car crash, even though in many countries, traffic deaths are more common than homicides.
For better or for worse, the harsh terms imposed on the Finns created their tendency to seek support from Nazis, and made many Finns regard revenge as justified.
For his good behavior and cooperation, he was released early on parole, " in order to make room for worse guys ".

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