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For the purpose of maintaining international peace and promoting the advancement of all people, the United States of America joined in founding the United Nations.
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For and purpose
For this purpose we now draw upon data from sociological and psychological studies of students in American colleges and universities, and particularly from the Cornell Values Studies.
For me, these will belong more completely to their surroundings if they are conceived in this early stage, though I freely admit that I do not hesitate to add or eliminate figures on the full sheet when it serves my final purpose.
For the purpose of reproduction most amphibians require fresh water although some lay their eggs on land and have developed various ingenious ways of keeping them moist.
For example, " piaf " was a Parisian argot word for " sparrow "; after being taken up by the singer Edith Piaf, this meaning became well known in France and worldwide, and no longer serves the purpose of a secret language.
For this purpose he visited the Diet of Nuremberg in 1522, where he made the acquaintance of the Reformer Andreas Osiander, by whose influence Albert was won over to Protestantism.
For aircraft with joint registration, one country is designated as the registration state for the purpose of the convention.
For this purpose, the Combat Infantryman Badge or Combat Medical Badge award is considered as a citation in orders.
For several decades from the 1970s to early 2000s, the focus in designing high performance general purpose CPUs was largely on achieving high ILP through technologies such as pipelining, caches, superscalar execution, out-of-order execution, etc.
For this purpose, an agreement was signed with the French government, represented by the High Commissioner for French Polynesia, whereby Clipperton became French state property.
For the purpose of section 243 of the Trade Union and Labour Relations ( Consolidation ) Act 1992, a crime means an offence punishable on indictment, or an offence punishable on summary conviction, and for the commission of which the offender is liable under the statute making the offence punishable to be imprisoned either absolutely or at the discretion of the court as an alternative for some other punishment.
For the purpose of wind or earthquake engineering, columns may be designed to resist lateral forces.
For this purpose, the NSC established an interagency working group which in turn coordinated the Office of Public Diplomacy for Latin America and the Caribbean ( managed by Otto Reich ), which conducted the campaign.
For this purpose, generally only the fully qualified domain name of the name server is required, unless the servers are contained in the registered domain, in which case the corresponding IP address is needed as well.
For this purpose, a new legion was founded, Legio I Minervia, which constructed some 75 kilometres ( 46 mi ) of roads through Chattan territory to uncover the enemy's hiding places.
For Epicurus, the purpose of philosophy was to attain the happy, tranquil life, characterized by ataraxia — peace and freedom from fear — and aponia — the absence of pain — and by living a self-sufficient life surrounded by friends.
* TFTH – ( Thanks For The Hunt or Hide or Hike ) It shares the same purpose as TFTC, but can also be used when the cache was not found.
For the purposes of this article, history is taken to mean written history recorded in a narrative format for the purpose of informing future generations about events.
For instance, a certain behaviour or belief becomes part of a society's structure when the original purpose of that behaviour or belief can no longer be recalled and becomes socialized into individuals of that culture.
For many years, granite and volcanic rocks have been quarried locally for road base metal, riprap, armour stone and asphalt, although the main purpose now is for concrete aggregates.
For the purpose of quick identification in all of these, heraldry distinguishes only seven basic colors and makes no fine distinctions in the precise size or placement of charges on the field.
For and maintaining
For certain types of point sets, such as a uniform random distribution, by intelligently picking the splitting lines the expected time can be reduced to O ( n log log n ) while still maintaining worst-case performance.
For many centuries the Enchiridion was regarded as a suitable manual of practical philosophy, maintaining its authority both with Christians and Pagans.
For example, Canada has passed legislation favouring the International System of Units, while also maintaining legal definitions for traditional Canadian imperial units.
It was honored with the President's Award in 2000 by All American Rose Selections, Inc., which is presented to one public garden in the United States each year for superior rose maintenance and display: “ For contributing to the public interest in rose growing through its efforts in maintaining an outstanding public rose garden .”
For example, getting the system time involves an IPC call to the user-space server maintaining system clock.
For other points of view on online inputs to algorithms, see streaming algorithm ( focusing on the amount of memory needed to accurately represent past inputs ), dynamic algorithm ( focusing on the time complexity of maintaining solutions to problems with online inputs ) and online machine learning.
For example, the transcription factor FEV ( aka Pet1 ) has been shown, through its role in maintaining the serotonergic system in the brain, to be required for normal aggressive and anxiety-like behavior.
For farmers, pigs and chickens were the primary source of meat, with many farmers maintaining their own smokehouses to produce a variety of hams, bacons, and sausages.
For this he was thrown into Beauchamp Tower, and after a year's liberation again imprisoned, in December, 1533, on the charges of disseminating the prophecies of the Maid of Kent, encouraging the queen " obstinately to persist in her wilful opinion against the same divorce and separation ", and maintaining her right to the title of queen.
For example, a linearly encoded 16-bit PCM signal can be converted to an 8-bit WAV or AU file while maintaining a decent SNR by compressing before the transition to 8-bit and expanding after a conversion back to 16-bit.
For two weeks, Jewel's management refused all comment on the offer, maintaining its silence even at a stormy shareholder's meeting before which Jewel shareholder groups controlling 20 percent of the company's stock had come out in favor of negotiating with American Stores.
For example, the 19th century Lowell Mill Girls, who, without any reported knowledge of European marxism or anarchism, condemned the " degradation and subordination " of the newly emerging industrial system, and the " new spirit of the age: gain wealth, forgetting all but self ", maintaining that " those who work in the mills should own them.
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 the root is kept saturated and sucks up the all-pervading supply of water, wandering in interlaced channels beneath the ground, and securely maintaining the well-established and excellent quality of trees.
For much of the previous period, the country had operated a currency board, in which a body known as the caja de conversión was charged with maintaining the peso's value in gold.
For a fixed reactive load, power factor correction minimizes the apparent power ( S ) ( and unnecessary current ) conducted by the transmission lines, while maintaining the same amount of real power transfer.
For the purpose of the present Convention, the term ' the crime of apartheid ', which shall include similar policies and practices of racial segregation and discrimination as practiced in southern Africa, shall apply to the following inhumane acts committed for the purpose of establishing and maintaining domination by one racial group of persons over any other racial group of persons and systematically oppressing them:
For such an orbital to reproduce the equivalent to the Earth's gravity ( i. e. 9. 8 Newtons / kg at sea level ), whilst maintaining Earth's 24 hour period of rotation, it would need to have a diameter of approximately 3. 71 million kilometres.
For high-powered aircraft, the loss of lift ( and increase in drag ) beyond the stall angle is less of a problem than maintaining control.
For much of the time that the Norse survived in Greenland, they had a very tough life that demanded finding a balance between maintaining population levels and finding enough food and supplies to survive.
Years ago, Oak Park eliminated the use of " For Sale " signs in front of houses, widely considered one of the keys of success to maintaining the high diversity.
For new construction, the minimum lot size is of buildable land to keep with the city's goal of maintaining a rural atmosphere.
For maintaining compatibility with 286 protected mode a new default flag ( shortly D-bit ) was added.