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From its introduction, Coleco had touted a hardware add-on called the Expansion Module # 1 which made the ColecoVision compatible with the industry-leading Atari 2600.
# From the hairpin loop, a DNA polymerase can then use it as a primer to transcribe a complementary sequence for the ss cDNA.
* In Tales to Astonish # 3 ( 1959 ) " I Discovered the Men From Mars ", a man from the year 1990 discovers a Martian space-craft while patrolling the coast on the lookout for communist spies.
# Records: From the early Middle Ages in Europe there come what are called folk-laws and they appear exactly at the time when the patriarchal is becoming the State.
# Eradicate Extreme Poverty and Hunger: From 1990 through 2004, the proportion of people living in extreme poverty fell from almost a third to less than a fifth.
# From ~ 1. 2 million years ago to less than 100, 000 years ago, the ancestors of all people alive were dark-skinned Africans.
# Freedom From Irrelevant Alternatives: If a choice is removed, then the others ' order should not change
From the estimates from simulations produced in the project's first year, however, it looked as if the processor being designed for this project could be a very promising general-purpose processor, so work continued at Thomas J. Watson Research Center building # 801, on the 801 project.
From 1973 to 1977, The Match Game was # 1 among all daytime network game shows — three of those years it was the highest rated in all of daytime shows.
From the Roaring twenties # Tolerance towards other groups | Roaring Twenties and the time of Weimar culture: a meeting point for homosexuals, described by Klaus Mann and Christopher Isherwood: the area at Berlin s Nollendorfplatz and Motzstrasse
# and nature
# The description of nature is essentially probabilistic, with the probability of an event related to the square of the amplitude of the wave function.
The subtle nature of dukkha eludes an unprepared mind, as noted in Samyutta Nikaya # 35, in which the Buddha says:
# Elf-Elves in Earthdawn fit the common fantasy role playing convention ; they are tall, lithe, pointy-eared humanoids who prefer living in nature.
# Any true image of Jesus must be able to represent both his divine nature ( which is impossible because it cannot be seen nor encompassed ) as well his human nature.
# The experiment should be such as to yield fruitful results for the good of society, unprocurable by other methods or means of study, and not random and unnecessary in nature.
# A deity is able to do anything that is in accord with its own nature ( thus, for instance, if it is a logical consequence of a deity's nature that what it speaks is truth, then it is not able to lie ).
# Hold that it is part of a deity's nature to be consistent and that it would be inconsistent for said deity to go against its own laws unless there was a reason to do so.
# Cultural posthumanism: a cultural direction which strives to move beyond archaic concepts of " human nature " to develop ones which constantly adapt to contemporary technoscientific knowledge.
# Refuses to commit itself as a whole to any one view of the nature of the universe and the role of man in it.
# God: There is one living, eternal, and true God, a Person beyond space and time, who possesses perfect intellect, emotion and will, whose deepest nature is heart and love, who combines both masculinity and femininity, who is the source of all truth, beauty, and goodness, and who is the creator and sustainer of man and the universe and of all things visible and invisible.
# Man: Man was made by God as a special creation, made in his image as his children, like him in personality and nature, and created to respond to his love, to be the source of his joy, and to share his creativity.
# Arguably, wage slavery, like chattel slavery, does not stem from some immutable " human nature ," but represents a " specific response to material and historical conditions " that " reproduce the inhabitants, the social relations … the ideas … the social form of daily life.
# Residential occupancies containing sleeping units where the occupants are primarily transient in nature, including: boarding houses, hotels, motels
# Residential occupancies containing sleeping units or more than two dwelling units where the occupants are primarily permanent in nature, including: apartment houses, boarding houses, convents, dormitories.
# Residential occupancies where the occupants are primarily permanent in nature and not classified as Group R-1, R-2, R-4 or I, including: buildings that do not contain more than two dwelling units, adult care facilities for five or fewer persons for less than 24 hours.