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However, many variations at the genetic level result in little or no observable variation.
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However, despite the insight of many of his observations, his own conclusions are open to suspicion because of his failure to employ at all times the correct research methods.
However, the conversion from mass to size is unreliable, since many photographic meteors give evidence of a fluffy, loosely bound meteorite structure with densities as low as Af.
However, many herpetologists remain skeptical and would prefer a tentative maximum of about 30 feet.
However, as so many of the records are not certainly based on newborn snakes, these data must be taken tentatively ; ;
However, the proposed correlation of the many interrelated properties of crystals will reveal discrepancies in the recorded data and suggest areas for reinvestigation.
However, electrostatic focus, important for many applications, has not been realized for these devices.
However, because altruism ultimately benefits the self in many cases, the selflessness of altruistic acts is brought to question.
However, in contexts where " amoeboid " is defined more loosely, there are many amoeboid species that are in the Excavata clade.
However, many of the causes of amphibian declines are still poorly understood, and are a topic of ongoing discussion.
However, many would disagree with this hypothesis ; in fact, many of the popular mouthwashes contain sodium lauryl sulfate as an ingredient ( e. g., Listerine Total Care ).
However, many people, notably Jehovah's Witnesses, believe that the wisdom in this proverb symbolizes Jesus Christ because he is later described in a similar way.
However, much of southeastern Europe and central Europe, including many of the Goths and Vandals respectively, had embraced Arianism ( the Visigoths converted to Arian Christianity in 376 ), which led to Arianism being a religious factor in various wars in the Roman Empire.
However, because of their difference over details of the doctrines of divine predestination and salvation, many people view them as enemies within evangelicalism.
However, many important and interesting operations are non-associative ; one common example would be the vector cross product.
However, Sargon took this process further, conquering many of the surrounding regions to create an empire that reached westward as far as the Mediterranean Sea and perhaps Cyprus ( Kaptara ); northward as far as the mountains ( a later Hittite text asserts he fought the Hattite king Nurdaggal of Burushanda, well into Anatolia ); eastward over Elam ; and as far south as Magan ( Oman ) — a region over which he reigned for purportedly 56 years, though only four " year-names " survive.
However, many later disapproved of his actions, including to an extent Machiavelli, who claimed " It cannot be called prowess to kill fellow-citizens, to betray friends, to be treacherous, pitiless, irreligious.
However, many traits defy this simple categorisation and the phenotypes are modeled by polygenic inheritance.
However, Plutarch indicates that many of Pericles ' rivals viewed the transfer to Athens as usurping monetary resources to fund elaborate building projects.
However, in February 2006 the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany struck down these provisions of the law, stating such preventive measures were unconstitutional and would essentially be state-sponsored murder, even if such an act would save many more lives on the ground.
However, there have been many wild claims of ancient mid eastern ancestry ( including Assyrian ) throughout Europe, Africa and even the Americas, none of which have been supported by mainstream opinion or strong evidence, let alone proof.
However and variations
However, with an international language with wide variations in its dialects, such as English, it would be impossible to represent the language in all its variations with a single phonetic alphabet.
However, Canada has evolved variations: party discipline in Canada is stronger than in the United Kingdom and more parliamentary votes are considered motions of confidence, which tends to diminish the role of non-Cabinet Members of Parliament ( MPs ).
However, it should be noted that variations on this geographic theory would have the epistle written during Paul's 2nd Missionary Journey around 50-52, or during the events described in Acts.
However, the genetic code used by all known forms of life is nearly universal with few minor variations.
However, the differences in behavioral, chronobiological, morphometrical, hematological and biochemical parameters are relatively small and fall into the expected range of interstrain variations in other laboratory animals.
However, funding was cut after only three partially successful launches in 1948 of the second stage design, used to test variations on the V-2 design.
However, it was later expanded to include all forms of government, regional variations, philosophical systems, and even art movements.
However, during the 3-plus decades of PC architecture being constantly updated, multiple types of keyboard layout variations have been developed.
However, the account of Josephus differs from that of later works by Hegesippus, Clement of Alexandria, and Origen, and Eusebius of Caesarea that it simply has James stoned while the others have other variations such as having James thrown from the top of the Temple, stoned, and finally beaten to death by laundrymen as well as his death occurring during the siege of Jerusalem in AD 69.
However, the conclusion was ambiguous as the overall content was above that expected of a male, and variations across the body may have been due to environmental factors.
However there are many regional variations in the rules ; in addition, the scoring system and the minimum hand necessary to win varies significantly based on the local rules being used.
However, there is an increasing American influence the farther one is away from Mexico, resulting in variations such as Tex-Mex cuisine.
However, a number of variations to the established meter are common, both to provide emphasis or attention to a given foot or line and to avoid boring repetition.
However, English speakers intuitively treat both sounds as variations ( allophones ) of the same phonological category, that is, of the phoneme.
However, the term " centrifugal pump " can be used to describe all impeller type rotodynamic pumps including the radial, axial and mixed-flow variations.
However, the typological model in anthropology is now thoroughly discredited, and current mainstream thinking is that the morphological traits are due to simple variations in specific regions, and are the effect of climatic selective pressures.
However, wear and decomposition of the wheel, as well as the direct mechanical coupling to a vibrating motor, introduced low-frequency noise (" rumble ") and speed variations (" wow and flutter ") into the sound.
However, other variations are also possible, such as slab track where the rails are fastened to a concrete foundation resting on a prepared subsurface.
However, due to the Baptist tradition of freedom of conscience, even within Baptists, there are a lot of variations in doctrines.
However in " The Ancient Celts " by Barry Cunliffe, on page 94 of that book, Professor Cunliffe writes ," All these pieces of equipment spears, swords, mail armour, mentioned in the texts, are reflected in the archaeological record and in the surviving iconography, though it is sometimes possible to detect regional variations.
However, one thing was clear: whatever the exact nature and causes of new variations, Darwin knew from observation and experiment that breeders were able to select such variations and produce huge differences in many generations of selection.