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However, his subject matter and basic themes have remained surprisingly consistent, and these, together with certain key poetic images, may be traced through all his work, including the new jazz experiments.
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However and subject
However, if their United States income is not subject to the withholding of tax on wages, their returns are due June 15, 1962, if they use a calendar year, or the 15th day of the 6th month after the close of their fiscal year.
However, during the time of Arianism's flowering in Constantinople, the Gothic convert Ulfilas ( later the subject of the letter of Auxentius cited above ) was sent as a missionary to the Gothic barbarians across the Danube, a mission favored for political reasons by emperor Constantius II.
However, the goal of serious or skilled anagrammatists is to produce anagrams that in some way reflect or comment on the subject.
However, Twomey expresses confidence that, if the High Court of Australia were to be faced with the problems of covering clause 2, it would find some way to conclude that, with regard to Australia, the clause is subject solely to Australian law.
However this has been a controversial subject with Masonic authors saying that it " is impossible to either substantiate or disprove " involvement in the Klan.
However, should he decide to testify, he is subject to cross-examination and could be found guilty of perjury.
However, Bede, like Gregory the Great whom Bede quotes on the subject in the Historia, felt that faith brought about by miracles was a stepping stone to a higher, truer faith, and that as a result miracles had their place in a work designed to instruct.
< cite id = disputedinjunction > The Vatican archives contain an unsigned copy of a more strongly worded formal injunction purporting to have been served on Galileo shortly after Bellarmine's admonition, ordering him " not to hold, teach, or defend " the condemned doctrine " in any way whatever, either orally or in writing ", and threatening him with imprisonment if he refused to obey .</ cite > However, whether this injunction was ever properly served on Galileo is a subject of much scholarly disagreement.
However, much of later liberal thought was absent in Locke's writings or scarcely mentioned, and his writings have been subject to various interpretations.
However they do teach a subject called " Modern Studies " which covers the social, political and economic study of local, national and international issues.
However, in Roman Catholic jurisprudence, the monarch is always subject to natural and divine law, which are regarded as superior to the monarch.
However, the legislation has not been implemented, although it remains on the Statute book and could be implemented subject to approval by the various Christian churches.
However, the majority of modern scholars view them as Jewish Christians, who taught that in order for pagans to belong to the people of God, they must be subject to some or all of the Jewish Law, ( i. e. Judaizers ).
However, this work has been subject to much criticism by quantum chemists as it was concluded that the predicted I < sub > h </ sub > symmetric structure was vibrationally unstable and the resulting cage undergoes a spontaneous symmetry break, yielding a puckered cage with rare T < sub > h </ sub > symmetry ( symmetry of a volleyball ).
However, 42 States in the U. S. permit open carry of handguns, sometimes subject to licensing or location restrictions.
However, they do see value in its ability to present several different views on the same subject in a simple way.
However, the overall conclusion of the study was that there was no evidence that hypnosis could be used for military applications, and also that there was no clear evidence for whether ' hypnosis ' actually exists as a definable phenomenon outside of ordinary suggestion, high motivation and subject expectancy.
However, when hypnotized, reason is replaced by the hypnotist's suggestions to make up decisions or beliefs, and the subject will be very uneasy in later days if he / she does not do things as decided or his / her belief is contradicted.
However, Sarbin emphasised the difference between faking, in which there is little subjective identification with the role in question, and role-taking, in which the subject not only acts externally in accord with the role but also subjectively identifies with it to some degree, acting, thinking, and feeling " as if " they are hypnotised.
However and matter
However, the Federal Court held that since the State had accepted the provisions of the Wagner-Peyser Act into its own Code, and presumably therefore also the regulations, it was now a State matter.
However, Ambrose feared the consequences and prevailed upon the emperor to have the matter determined by a council of the Western bishops.
However, these approaches are often a matter of national pride and there are opinions amongst jurists about the merits of the differing approaches and their drawbacks as well.
However, the strict acrostic style of four of the five poems is not found at all in the Book of Jeremiah itself and Jeremiah's name is not found anywhere in the book itself ( nor any other name, for that matter ), so authorship of Lamentations is disputed.
However, as is often the case with the interpretation of scripture, there is dispute on this matter.
However, today the church officially state it is a " matter to be decided solely by the prescribed processes of civil law.
However, certain physical phenomena can be modeled assuming the materials exist as a continuum, meaning the matter in the body is continuously distributed and fills the entire region of space it occupies.
However, as to whether inductive or deductive reasoning is more valuable still remains a matter of debate, with the general conclusion being that neither is prominent.
However, this political restriction is less confining than it may first appear in that the Marxist historical framework is surprisingly flexible, and a rather simple matter to modify an alternative historical theory to use language that at least does not challenge the Marxist interpretation of history.
However, when his father died, and a rival to the Borgia family entered the Papal seat, Cesare was overthrown in a matter of months.
However, many countries refuse to waive immunity as a matter of course ; individuals have no authority to waive their own immunity ( except perhaps in cases of defection ).
However, none of Justinian's surviving edicts dealing with Jewish matters is explicitly directed against the Jewish calendar, making the interpretation of Procopius's statement a complex matter.
However, El Salvador, as the nation presiding over the summit, refused to include the matter on the official agenda, insisting that discussion should retain a regional focus.
However, there may be mechanistic limits as to how much of the matter in an object may be changed into other types of energy and thus into work, on other systems.
However, the intact forest floor, with its layers of leaf litter and organic matter, is still able to absorb the impact of the rainfall.
However, its preference on this matter does not appear to be strong enough to prevent the President from signing the Bill.
However, no matter how holy a person became, a being created by that person would be but a shadow of one created by God.
However, he maintained that a certain ' materia pinguis ' or ' fatty matter ,' set into fermentation by heat, gave birth to fossil organic shapes, as opposed to fossil shells having belonged to living animals.
( However, it became very clear in a conversation between Scullin and King George V's Private Secretary, Lord Stamfordham, on 11 November 1930, that this was merely the official reason for the objection, the real reason being that an Australian, no matter how highly regarded personally, was not considered appropriate to be Governor-General.
However, the powerful influence of the Roman Catholic Church made open homosexuality a matter of scandal.
However, the Great Commission is specifically directed at " all nations ," and an early difficulty arose concerning the matter of Gentile ( non-Jewish ) converts as to whether they had to " become Jewish " ( usually referring to circumcision and adherence to dietary law ), as part of becoming Christian.
" However, benevolence was not to be enforced, being a matter of free individual " private judgement.