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He does not explicitly acknowledge any anticipation of his demonstration of electrostatic repulsion by the latter but, as he quotes a passage from the same page, could not have been unaware that, in a discussion of the nature of electrical attraction, Cabeo had written ( Philosophia Magnetica p. 192 ): " When we see that small bodies ( corpuscula ) are lifted ( sublevari et attolli ) above the amber and also fall back to the motionless amber, it cannot be said that such erratic behaviour ( talem matum-but if " matum " is taken as a misprint for " motum ", then the translation is simply " such motion ") is an attraction by the gravity of the attracting body.
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Most narrowly, one may consider numbers explicitly defined in terms of polynomials, exponentials, and logarithms – this does not include algebraic numbers, but does include some simple transcendental numbers such as e or log ( 2 ).
Modern English, which almost entirely lacks declension in its nouns, does not have an explicitly marked accusative case even in the pronouns.
The government explicitly concedes ( in various court filings and government directives ) that the USAF has an " operating location " near Groom Lake, but does not provide any further information.
However, considerable debate exists as to whether Jeremiah was actually a member of the Deuteronomistc school since he does not explicitly mention Deuteronomy or Josiah's religious reform.
because it does not explicitly make use of religious titles for Jesus, such as " Christ " and Domin-(" Lord "), which are used in the BC / AD notation, nor does it give implicit expression to the Christian creed that Jesus was the Christ.
L ' Hôpital uses the chain rule implicitly in his Analyse des infiniment petits but also does not state it explicitly.
Zimmer does not explicitly describe the cyclical conception of time as itself " mythical " per se, although he notes that this conception " underl Hindu mythology ".
Also the ERM inherently includes the important inclusion dependencies ( i. e., an entity instance that does not exist ( has not been explicitly inserted ) cannot appear in a relationship with other entities ) which usually have been ignored in normalization.
He mentions Baruch by name in his Prologue to Jeremiah and notes that it is neither read nor held among the Hebrews, but does not explicitly call it apocryphal or " not in the canon ".
Galileo's Sidereus Nuncius ( Starry Messenger ), which announced celestial observations through his telescope, does not explicitly mention Copernican heliocentrism, a theory that placed the Sun at the center of the universe.
Caesar does not explicitly name the tribal authorities prosecuting the case and gathering men to apprehend Orgetorix, but refers to them by the Latin terms civitas (" state " or " tribe ") and magistratus (" officials ").
This is because it does not explicitly state the aims of the war Muslims are obliged to wage ; the passages concerning jihad rather aim at promoting fighters for the Islamic cause and do not discuss military ethics.
The Hebrew Bible does not explicitly mention the Law in connection with Noah, nor that there were seven laws.
The word Ape means pretender or mimic, and Oxfordians maintain the writer whose silent name is bound by one letter is Edward de VerE, although Marston calls the passage an example of " hotchpodge giberdige " written by bad poets, and nowhere does Marston mention Oxford explicitly as a poet, bad or otherwise.
The Apostolic Constitutions names his mother as Claudia ( immediately after the name " Linus " in 2 Timothy 4: 21 a Claudia is mentioned, but the Apostolic Constitutions does not explicitly identify that Claudia as Linus's mother ).
In software development many organizations have adapted the Rational Unified Process ( RUP ) to fit this methodology, although RUP does not require or explicitly recommend this practice.
The Constitution of Western Australia does not explicitly provide for a premier, and the office was not formally listed as one of the executive offices until the appointment of Ross McLarty in 1947.
Thiele does not explicitly date the beginning of Solomon's reign, but according to the First Book of Kings he ruled for 40 years, thus corresponding to 970 BC according to the Thiele system.
The Department for Transport were of the opinion that this refers to recovering a vehicle after an accident or breakdown, but the regulation does not explicitly state this.
In 2000, Schmidhuber explicitly constructed limit-computable, deterministic universes whose pseudo-randomness based on undecidable, Gödel-like halting problems is extremely hard to detect but does not at all prevent formal ToEs describable by very few bits of information.
However, this responsibility to protect refers only to the ability of external powers to override sovereignty and does not explicitly involve the changing of borders.
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and only when I can acknowledge this, to myself, as being indeed an aspect of my personality, does it cease to be a prominently troublesome aspect of the patient's behavior.
However, Eusebius does not acknowledge Origen as one of his sources for the reference to James in Josephus.
Freedom House states that, " North Korea does not have an independent judiciary and does not acknowledge individual rights ... reports of arbitrary detentions, ' disappearances ,' and extrajudicial killings are common ; torture is widespread and severe "
" " This argument for the existence of God was advanced early in the 19th century by Reverend Paley " " The only apparent difference between the argument made by Paley and the argument for ID, as expressed by defense expert witnesses Behe and Minnich, is that ID's ' official position ' does not acknowledge that the designer is God.
Unlike Herodotus, whose stories often teach that a foolish arrogance — hubris — invites the wrath of the gods, Thucydides does not acknowledge divine intervention in human affairs.
She does not acknowledge her grief, and only Xander can force her to face it when he tells her that he loves her no matter what or who she is, and if she is determined to end the world she must start by killing him.
The episode's significance is in his forced introspection about his life, and its meaning, while contemplating his impending death by formal execution ; only in formal trial and death does he acknowledge his mortality and responsibility for his own life.
Rank and file policemen, police advocates and police unions acknowledge that it does occur but deny that it is widespread or systemic.
Freedom of religious belief was allowed " insofar as it does not interfere with the duties of subjects " ( all Japanese were required to acknowledge the Emperor's divinity, and those, such as Christians, who refused to do so out of religious conviction were accused of lèse-majesté ).
Rome does acknowledge the existence of Livia's child, Tiberius, by her first husband, but not that she was pregnant with Nero Claudius Drusus when she met Octavian.
The term ' developing ' implies mobility and does not acknowledge that development may be in decline or static in some countries, particularly in southern African states worst affected by HIV / AIDS.
The Reform branch of Judaism on the other hand recognizes patrilineage and does acknowledge unusual descent outside of the European and indigenous Middle Eastern spheres.
The movie does not acknowledge the rigging practices of other 1950s quiz shows, the most prominent being The $ 64, 000 Question, Dotto, and Barry-Enright's own Tic-Tac-Dough.
Junpei later apologizes to Tsukushi, having developed feelings for her, but she denies his apology ( Tsukushi does acknowledge that she'll one day forgive him ).
A small portion focus on massage and other activities unlikely to transmit STIs ; However, most participants acknowledge they are accepting the same risks that any person does who is sexually active outside of a strictly monogamous relationship.
Kirsten refuses to admit she's an alcoholic, but does acknowledge that without alcohol, she " can't get over how dirty everything looks.
Storr's criticism of gurus includes the possible risk that a guru may exploit his or her followers due to the authority that he or she may have over them, though Storr does acknowledge the existence of morally superior teachers who refrain from doing so.
His work is often described as being " realist ", though many film critics acknowledge that it does not fit the traditional definition of realism.
Aristotle takes virtue and its exercise to be the most important constituent in eudaimonia but does acknowledge the importance of external goods such as health, wealth, and beauty.
The dependency tree on the right, in contrast, does not acknowledge a finite VP constituent, since there is no complete subtree there that corresponds to has finished the work.