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From and assumption
From an estimated mass of 25 g for a zero-magnitude meteorite, the other masses are derived with the assumption of a mass decrease by a factor of 2.512 for each unit increase in magnitude.
From the beginning he ruled with the assumption that he alone was acceptable to the Soviet Union as Finnish President.
From a theoretical standpoint, the main assumption of the Kalman filter is that the underlying system is a linear dynamical system and that all error terms and measurements have a Gaussian distribution ( often a multivariate Gaussian distribution ).
From the 1840s, following the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi and the assumption of British sovereignty, large numbers of Europeans began to settle permanently in New Zealand.
From Faraday's law, this assumption implies the absence or near-absence of time-varying magnetic fields:
From the assumption of power by the Communists and the proclamation of the PRC until 1971, the ROC Government remained the representative of China before the UN, although it had lost almost all of the territory.
From Motherwell's own words, the reason he went to Harvard was because he wanted to be a painter while his father urged him pursue a more secure career: " And finally after months of really a cold war he made a very generous agreement with me that if I would get a Ph. D. so that I would be equipped to teach in a college as an economic insurance, he would give me fifty dollars a week for the rest of my life to do whatever I wanted to do on the assumption that with fifty dollars I could not starve but it would be no inducement to last.
From this view strong atheists have made the assumption that the concept of God actually contains an expressible or thinkable proposition.
From about 1986 and onwards, Peacocke abandoned this assumption, arguing that some mental states, in particular perceptual experiences and representational states implicated in subpersonal information processing ( for example, in the subconscious parsing of heard speech ), have non-conceptual intentional content.
From the mid-1960s on, the traditional type of planetary romance set in the Solar System fell out of favor ; as technological advances revealed most local worlds to be hostile to life, new planetary stories have usually been set on extrasolar planets, generally through the assumption of some form of faster-than-light travel.
By step 2, we have a complete and precise description of the character table of the CA group G. From this, and using the fact that G has odd order, sufficient information is available to obtain estimates for | G | and arrive at a contradiction to the assumption that G is simple.
From the dates of Albert ’ s life, we can assume that Dietrich was still young when Albert ’ s career was almost at its end, and no assumption can be made to whether or not Dietrich ever met or studied under Albert.
From his " Technology and Invention in the Middle Ages " of 1940, through his " Dynamo and Virgin Reconsidered " of 1958, to his Medieval Technology and Social Change ( Oxford University Press, 1962 ), his work refuted the assumption that the Middle Ages were too preoccupied with theology and / or chivalry to concern themselves with technology, the assumption behind Henry Adams ' antitheses of Virgin vs. dynamo, but widespread elsewhere as well.
From July 9, 2004 to September 1, 2004, Lieutenant General Cartwight served as Acting Commander, U. S. Strategic Command while awaiting official assumption of office and promotion as Strategic Command's new commander.
From and small
From the coil small copper pipes connect to a weatherproof refrigeration section set in the yard, garage, carport, or basement.
From the 2000s many Chinese have settled and started up small businesses, while at least as many have come as workforce for large ( construction or other ) enterprises.
From a modern perspective these figures may seem small, but in the world of Greek city-states Athens was huge: most of the thousand or so Greek cities could only muster 1000 – 1500 adult male citizens and Corinth, a major power, had at most 15, 000 but in some very seldom cases more.
From the psychiatry literature, coprophagia has been observed in a small number of patients with schizophrenia, depression, and pica.
From 1957, these cars could be fitted with an optional saxomat, an automatic clutch and, at the time it was the only small car offering this feature.
From 1909 a small number of American films, and even one or two European ones, came to include a few dialogue titles, or " spoken titles " as they were called at the time.
From the violence of that salt called saltpetre with sulphur and willow charcoal, combined into a powder so horrible a sound is made by the bursting of a thing so small, no more than a bit of parchment it, that we find ear assaulted by a noise exceeding the roar of strong thunder, and a flash
From 1891 onwards, Puccini spent most of his time at Torre del Lago, a small community about fifteen miles from Lucca situated between the Ligurian Sea and Lake Massaciuccoli, just south of Viareggio.
From 2004 until 2008, HBC also owned and operated a small chain of off-price stores called Designer Depot.
From these early influences individualist anarchism in different countries attracted a small but diverse following of bohemian artists and intellectuals, free love and birth control advocates ( see Anarchism and issues related to love and sex ), individualist naturists nudists ( see anarcho-naturism ), freethought and anti-clearical activists as well as young anarchist outlaws in what came to be known as illegalism and individual reclamation ( see European individualist anarchism and individualist anarchism in France ).
From 1971 to 1988 ICI Physics and Radioisotopes Section ( later known as Tracerco ) operated a small General Atomics TRIGA Mark I nuclear reactor at its Billingham factory for the production of radioisotopes used in the manufacture of flow and level instruments, among other products.
From 1957 – 1959, they worked in six-month stretches at Cadbury's to raise money for a new flat ; they moved into a small, austere flat at 25 Noel Road in Islington in 1959.
From 1960 to 1961, ' Operation Noah ' captured and removed around 6, 000 large animals and numerous small ones threatened by the lake's rising waters.
From this, the mandolino ( a small cat gut-strung mandola with six strings tuned g b e ' a'd g sometimes called the Baroque mandolin or cat-banjo and played with a quill, wooden plectrum or finger-style ) was developed in several places in Italy.
From Nkhotakota, the slaves were transported in caravans of no less than 500 slaves to the small island of Kilwa Kisiwani off the coast of modern day Tanzania.
From the original ' alternative ' style of midwifery in the 1960s and 1970s, midwifery practice is offered in a variety of ways within regulated provinces: midwives offer continuity of care within small group practices, choice of birthplace, and a focus on the woman as the primary decision-maker in her maternity care.
From 1931 to 1934, Mao helped establish the Soviet Republic of China and was elected Chairman of this small republic in the mountainous areas in Jiangxi.
From the many subsequent periods before the ascendency of the Neo-Assyrian Empire Mesopotamian art survives in a number of forms: cylinder seals, relatively small figures in the round, and reliefs of various sizes, including cheap plaques of moulded pottery for the home, some religious and some apparently not.
From the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840 until 1844 small detachments of British Imperial troops based in New Zealand were the only military.
From this scarce notice, it has been concluded that a small church which encompassed a cave complex might have been located in Nazareth in the early 4th century ," although the town was Jewish until the 7th century AD.
From the 1950s to the 1970s, mainly because of restrictive state liquor licensing laws, only a small proportion of live pop-rock music in Australia was performed on licensed premises ( mostly private clubs or discotheques ); the majority of concerts were held in non-licensed venues like community, church or municipal halls.
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From 1850 until 1903, the United States used troops to suppress separatist uprisings and quell social disturbances on many occasions, creating a long-term animosity among the Panamanian people against the US military and resentment against Bogotá.
From 1962 to 1964, riots, strikes and other disturbances stemming from racial, social and economic conflicts delayed full independence for British Guiana.
From the particle in a box article, the resonating modes of the sonic disturbances inside the box ( considering for now only those aligned with one axis ) have wavelengths given by
From the 18th century on the Green Standard Army served primarily as a gendarmerie or constabulary force, designed to maintain local law and order and quell small-scale disturbances.
From the game's story, the player learns that the lover of the dark wizard Mondain, the enchantress Minax, is threatening Earth through disturbances in the space-time continuum.