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Fortunately, there is a nursery school which he has been able to attend, with a group of normal children.
Fortunately, it is the FHA which has arrived at this conclusion, for it means that cooling equipment of all kinds may now be included in a mortgage, and thus acquired with a minimum of financial stress.
Fortunately, although only a few years ago they held the student at arms length, today the business houses welcome the opportunity to aid the student, not only from an increased sense of community responsibility but also from the realization that the student of today is the interior designer of tomorrow -- that the student already is `` in the trade ''.
" In a letter written from his exile, he cheered up a fellow physicist and human rights activist with the words: " Fortunately, the future is unpredictable and also — because of quantum effects — uncertain.
Fortunately, it is possible to build plain track suitable for all three ( see Dual gauge ).
Fortunately there survives a manuscript of the Duetto which has been recorded, while the existence of the Fandango is known only through concert posters.
Fortunately, the human visual system is similar in design: it perceives changes in luminance at a higher resolution than changes in chrominance, so this asymmetry has minimal visual impact.
Fortunately the Sloughi is one of the breeds in whom this condition can be tested for with a small blood sample, and breeders are working to eliminate PRA from the gene pool.
Fortunately this is no longer the case.
Fortunately, that history is fresh within the memory of us all, and its leading features, as they bear upon the matter before us, free from doubt.
Fortunately, there are often large regions of a flow where the assumption of irrotationality is valid, which is why potential flow is used for various applications.
Fortunately, however, this is also a time in which the Mayas themselves have begun to salvage and publish the precious tales of their parents and grandparents.
(" Fortunately, the Bloc is here !").
Fortunately, our solar system is much less populated with large objects today and the probability of such an event happening is essentially zero, as the larger asteroids in the asteroid belt and the giant comets in the Kuiper belt that are in this size range are in stable orbits that will not enter the inner solar system, let alone intersect the orbit of Earth, with no observed exceptions.
Fortunately it is possible to alter the equation by substituting || w || with ( the factor of 1 / 2 being used for mathematical convenience ) without changing the solution ( the minimum of the original and the modified equation have the same w and b ).
Fortunately there is another explanation available.
Fortunately for Jim, he is not stuck in no man's land for long ; the Americans attack, and he is taken away to a hospital.
Fortunately, recent studies have found a new way of determining what stage of development Silphid larvae are in by measuring the maximum cranial width and other heavily sclerotized areas of the larvae instead of measuring just the length, which is subject to change with each larva, particularly in O. inaequale and N. surinamensis, which are more robust and have greater variations of length respectively.
Fortunately, the Johnson organ in the Great Hall of Unseen University is one of the few organs thus equipped.

Fortunately and possible
Fortunately, there are no cities or towns in the state, with one or two possible exceptions that are in too difficult a position to finance the proposed change.
Fortunately, the anticipated costs of a possible third world war are currently no longer deemed as acceptable by most, thus little motivation currently seems to exist on an international level for such a war.
Fortunately, self-report measures of suggestibility recently became available, and they made it possible to isolate and study the global trait.
Fortunately the restoration of the Spanish monarchy in the 1870s had now made it possible to repatriate Jesuits back to Spain.
Fortunately there were few dependencies amongst these modules, so it was possible to load them in almost any sequence.

Fortunately and be
Fortunately, the embarrassing questions raised by objects do not need to be answered, or we would all have to go sleep in the open fields.
Fortunately the number of pathological bigots appears to be quite small, but it would be a mistake to think that more than a matter of degree separates them from the rest of us.
Fortunately, gender was inflected, though the expression of it would be difficult for anybody not born in Siddo.
Fortunately for the 6x86 ( and AMD K6 ), many games continued to be integer-based throughout the chip's lifetime.
Fortunately, the short ranges and spread of shot provide a significant overlap, so a small error in regulation in a double will often be too small to be noticed.
Fortunately for the British, many areas remained loyal and quiescent, allowing the revolt to be crushed after fierce fighting.
Fortunately, the latter can be easily derived from the former.
Fortunately, an arbitrary wave shape can be decomposed into an infinite set of sinusoidal waves by the use of Fourier analysis.
Fortunately, simpler explanations can be described.
Fortunately, he was later reunited with their son, Oisín, who went on to be one of the greatest of the Fianna.
Fortunately it worked out, and I ’ ll be forever grateful to Carlton for the start they gave me in coaching .”
Fortunately, Chelsea had no publicly held long-term debt — thus, a solution to its problems could be explored in isolation of creditors.
Fortunately for Smith, upon first landing at what is now Cape Henry on 26 April 1607, unsealed orders from the Virginia Company designated Smith to be one of the leaders of the new colony, thus, perhaps, sparing Smith from the gallows.
Fortunately, there are many sample preparation conditions that can be chosen for crystallization and for solution NMR.
: Fortunately — for the gentle reader will no doubt be anxious to follow in his footsteps — some particulars of his life may be gleaned from the public records.
Fortunately, the volume level could be mostly restored with either a hardware modification ( biasing the audio-in pin ), or more commonly a software trick involving using the Pulse waveform to intentionally recreate the required bias.
Fortunately, the university had insurance against subsidence, so it was able to pay for the south-west corner of the building to be demolished and replaced by a new wing at the other end of the building.
Fortunately, major variants tend to be easier to correct.
Fortunately, the pilot of that craft went to warn the Super Friends about what the trio would be attempting and guided Superman and Green Lantern to the proper time period to help the boy.

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