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For referring specifically to a U. S. national and things, the words used are estadunidense ( also spelled estado-unidense ) ( United States person ), from Estados Unidos da América, and ianque ( Yankee ), but the term most often used is norte-americano, even though it could, as with its Spanish equivalent, in theory apply to Canadians, Mexicans, etc., as well.
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For and referring
For this reason many people refer to any 625 / 25 type signal as " PAL " and to any 525 / 30 signal as " NTSC ", even when referring to digital signals, for example, on DVD-Video which don't contain any analog color encoding, thus no PAL or NTSC signals at all.
For instance, manshonyagger derives from the German words " menschen " meaning, in some senses, " men " or " mankind ", and " jäger ", meaning a hunter ; referring to war machines that roam the wild lands between the walled cities and prey on men, except for those they can identify as Germans.
: For the use of the term " democracy " as referring to a system involving multiparty elections, representative government, and freedom of speech, see Liberal democracy.
For his part, Thomas Jefferson is perhaps one of the Founding Fathers with the most outspoken of Deist tendencies, though he is not known to have called himself a deist, generally referring to himself as a Unitarian.
For others still, they see the Dharma as referring to the " truth ," or the ultimate reality of " the way that things really are " ( Tib.
For example, the previous emperor is usually called Hirohito in English, although he was never referred to as Hirohito in Japan, and was renamed Shōwa Tennō after his death, which is the only name that Japanese speakers currently use when referring to him.
For example, in a work of science fiction, some astronaut could use the word, furusato, meaning " my hometown ", when referring to planet Earth.
For instance, the Arabic word naft transitioned from denoting naphta to denoting gunpowder, and the Chinese word pao evolved from meaning catapult to referring to cannon.
For this reason, however, ' narcotic ' has come to mean any illegally used drug, but it is useful as a shorthand for referring to a controlled drug in a context where its legal status is more important than its physiological effects.
For example, in a sentence such as " He entered John's house through the front door ", " the front door " is a referring expression and the bridging relationship to be identified is the fact that the door being referred to is the front door of John's house ( rather than of some other structure that might also be referred to ).
For example, many countries write their OBE standards so that they focus strictly on mathematics, language, science, and history, without ever referring to attitudes, social skills, or moral values.
For example ; a vaulter on a " ten count " ( referring to the number of counted steps from the starting point to the box ) would count backwards from ten, only counting the steps taken with the left foot, until the last three steps taken and both feet are counted as three, two, one.
For instance, Pennsylvania anthropologist Stephen Beckerman points out that at least 20 tribal societies accept that a child could, and ideally should, have more than one father, referring to it as " partible paternity.
For example, because it is extracted from the source code itself ( for example, through comments ), the programmer can write it while referring to the code, and use the same tools used to create the source code to make the documentation.
For example, in " Anyone who thinks they have been affected should contact their doctor ", they and their are within the scope of the universal, distributive quantifier anyone, and can be interpreted as referring to an unspecified individual or to people in general ( notwithstanding the fact that " anyone " is strictly grammatically singular ).
For example, the same set of chairs can be referred to as " seven chairs " and as " furniture "; though both chair and furniture are referring to the same thing, the former is a count noun and the latter a mass noun.
For the same reason, the word senate is correctly used when referring to any powerful authority characteristically composed by the eldest members of a community, as a deliberative body of a faculty in an institution of higher learning is often called a senate.
For example, Herculean when referring to Hercules himself, but often herculean when referring to the figurative, generalized extension sense ; and quixotic and diesel engine only.
For example, " seven chairs " and " some furniture " could refer to exactly the same objects, with " seven chairs " referring to them as a collection of individual objects but with " some furniture " referring to them as a single undifferentiated unit.
For example, vibrato is sometimes referred to as tremolo, notably in referring to the vibrato arm of an electric guitar as a " tremolo arm ", which produces variations of pitch.
The Gospel of Mark refers to their ceremonial ablutions: " For the Pharisees … wash their hands ' oft '" or, more accurately, " with the fist " ( R. V., " diligently "); or, as Theophylact of Bulgaria explains it, " up to the elbow ," referring to the actual word used in the Greek New Testament, πυγμή pygmē, which refers to the arm from the elbow to the tips of the fingers.
For example, ambassadors to and from the United Kingdom are accredited to or from the Royal Court of St. James's ( referring to St. James's Palace ).
For and specifically
Beginning in 2007, multicore implementations of DSPs have started to emerge from companies including Freescale and Stream Processors, Inc. For faster applications with vast usage, ASICs might be designed specifically.
For Haeckel, language specifically represented the concept that all phenomena of human development relate to the laws of biology.
For liquids, whether the incompressible assumption is valid depends on the fluid properties ( specifically the critical pressure and temperature of the fluid ) and the flow conditions ( how close to the critical pressure the actual flow pressure becomes ).
For most of the 20th century, the definitive editions ( specifically At the Mountains of Madness and Other Novels, Dagon and Other Macabre Tales, The Dunwich Horror and Others, and The Horror in the Museum and Other Revisions ) of his prose fiction were published by Arkham House, a publisher originally started with the intent of publishing the work of Lovecraft, but which has since published a considerable amount of other literature as well.
For those detained as criminal suspects, article 104, paragraph 3 specifically requires that the judge must grant a hearing to the suspect in order to rule on the detention.
For instance, the officer may be required to specifically ask if the rights are understood and if the suspect wishes to talk.
For instance, the Lebesgue measure of the interval in the real numbers is its length in the everyday sense of the word, specifically 1.
For a more thorough discussion of the transition to the Baroque specifically pertaining to instrument music, see Transition from Renaissance to Baroque in instrumental music.
For people with a greater than 70 % stenosis within the carotid artery, removal of atherosclerotic plaque by surgery, specifically a carotid endarterectomy, may be recommended.
For Congress to declare independence, a majority of delegations would need authorization to vote for independence, and at least one colonial government would need to specifically instruct ( or grant permission for ) its delegation to propose a declaration of independence in Congress.
For example, the charter of the city of Saint John, New Brunswick was amended in 1785 specifically to exclude blacks from practicing a trade, selling goods, fishing in the harbour, or becoming freemen ; these provisions stood until 1870.
For example, the seminary offers a number of courses from a spiritual perspective, as well as some from various religious perspectives, but still very specifically welcomes and promotes people of all beliefs.
For various reasons, many schools make use of very specifically designed bokuto, altering its shape, weight and length according to the style's specifications.
Many of its products appear to be produced specifically for Wile E. Coyote ; for example, the Acme Giant Rubber Band, subtitled "( For Tripping Road Runners )".
For a given level of income, the intersection point between the liquidity preference and money supply functions implies a single point on the LM curve: specifically, the point giving the level of the interest rate which equilibrates the money market at the given level of income.
The new record contains 14 songs, including " Closer " and " Safe to Land " from the Closer EP, and is influenced by 80s music, specifically Tears For Fears and The Cure.
For example, the cheek teeth of pinniped and odontocetes are designed specifically to capture fish and squid.
For example, a multinational film such as The Motorcycle Diaries ( 2004 ) whose production involved nine different countries could not be specifically affiliated with any one of them.
For a more detailed article specifically on the high-security prison which existed from 1934 to 1963, also commonly referred to as Alcatraz, see Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary.
For example, in Northumberland and Tyne and Wear the word Cuddy is an abbreviation of the name Cuthbert but in Durham Pitmatic cuddy denotes a horse, specifically a pit pony.
For example, the province of Alberta uses the title " Emergency Medical Technician ", or ' EMT ' for the Primary Care Paramedic and ' Paramedic ' only for those qualified as Advanced Care Paramedics Advanced Life Support ( ALS ) providers-but almost all provinces are gradually moving to adopting the new titles, or have at least recognized the NOCP document as a benchmarking document to permit inter-provincial labour mobility of practitioners, regardless of how titles are specifically regulated within their own provincial systems.
For example, Tacitus reports Germanic human sacrifice to ( what he interprets as ) Mercury, and to Isis specifically among the Suebians.