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However and neither
However, neither of these two cities is on the desired July 1 to June 30 fiscal year.
However, it determined that neither this factor, nor `` the fact that all concerned in high executive posts in both companies acted honorably and fairly, each in the honest conviction that his actions were in the best interests of his own company and without any design to overreach anyone, including Du Pont's competitors '', outweighed the Government's claim for relief.
However, because this vulnerability is mutual, it is to the advantage of neither side to destroy the opponent's cities, at least so long as the opponent has nuclear weapons with which to effect reprisal.
However neither the Romans nor the Goths put up much resistance to the Arab conquest of Medina Laqant in the 8th century.
However, if neither the central object nor the surrounding ring were absolutely rigid then the parts of one or both of them would tend to fly out from the axis of rotation.
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 neither of those observations became accepted by British economists at the time.
However, neither country retains a horse-mounted unit.
However, the battle was in vain, as neither platform captured a significant share of the world computer market and only the Apple Macintosh would survive the industry-wide shift to Microsoft Windows running on PC clones.
However, if neither of these organisms is isolated, it is necessary to send stool specimens to a reference laboratory.
However, neither instrument used electricity as a sound-source.
However, neither the concept, the word, nor the symbol for enthalpy existed until well after Clapeyron's death.
However, those programs were neither egalitarian nor universal, excluding many minority groups and other people whom they felt posed a threat to the future health of the German people.
However, neither group appears to have settled permanently.
However, neither film was actually submitted to the MPAA, and it is not likely that either feature would have received an X rating.
However, the Knesset maintains that the declaration is neither a law nor an ordinary legal document.
However, neither Stephens's nor Sassetti's observations led to further scholarly inquiry.
" However, neither Muller or Cairns-Smith claimed that their ideas were evidence of something supernatural.
However, it referred neither to a date nor method of accomplishment.
However, linear equations that have non-zero y-intercepts, when written in this manner, produce functions which will have neither property above and hence are not linear functions in this sense.
However, if both parents are non-citizens then the parents must take the extra step of choosing Latvian citizenship for their child — who is automatically entitled, but for whom citizenship is not automatic ( neither granted nor imposed ).
However, that the liar sentence can be shown to be true if it is false and false if it is true has led some to conclude that it is " neither true nor false ".
However, this was neither understood nor acceptable to the Australian crowds.
However, in both cases the experimental proof was neither complete nor conclusive.

However and convention
However, legislating for alterations to the Act is a complex process, since the act is a common denominator in the shared succession of all the Commonwealth realms and the Statute of Westminster 1931 acknowledges by established convention that any changes to the rules of succession may be made only with the agreement of all of the states involved, with concurrent amendments to be made by each state's parliament or parliaments.
However, the " N " and " S " ( north and south ) poles are labeled here geographically, which is the opposite of the convention for labeling the poles of a magnetic dipole moment
However, literary conventions that we take for granted today had not yet been inventedthere was no spacing between words, no consistency in punctuation nor in vowel elisions, no marks for breathings and accent ( guides to pronunciation and hence word recognition ), no convention to denote change of speaker and no stage directions, and verse was written straight across the page like prose.
However, by the time Scotland and England joined under a single parliament, English had lost the sound, so the Scots convention of using CH remained, hence the modern Scottish English loch.
However as the power of the aristocracy waned during the 19th century the convention developed that the Prime Minister should always sit in the lower house.
However, the volksraad, at a meeting held at Rustenburg on 16 March 1852, ratified the convention, Potgieter and Pretorius having been publicly reconciled on the morning of the same day.
However, when Michigan sought to hold a state constitutional convention in 1833, Congress rejected the request because of the still disputed Toledo Strip.
However, the calling of the convention was itself not without controversy.
However, the use of vetoes is limited by convention and by the operation of the Parliament Acts 1911 and 1949: the Lords may not veto the " money bills " or major manifesto promises ( see Salisbury convention ).
However, rules changes to lengthen or shorten the period were implemented by selecting two future Worldcons at the 1969 and 1984 conventions, or having the 2005 convention not select any.
However, under the terms of the convention the Icelandic government issued permits for a scientific catch.
However, following the circulation of a draft convention, consensus held that any resultant intergovernmental organization should be closely linked to the UN but preserve its " complete administrative and financial autonomy ".
However, most modern algebraic geometry texts starting with Alexander Grothendieck's foundational EGA use the convention in this article .< ref > A notable exception to modern algebraic geometry texts following the conventions of this article is Commutative algebra with a view toward algebraic geometry / David Eisenbud ( 1995 ), which uses " h < sub > A </ sub >" to mean the covariant hom-functor.
However to help to determine an interval in years across the BC / AD boundary, it is more convenient to use a slightly different convention that includes a year zero and to represent earlier years as negative numbers.
However, by convention a subnet on broadcast MAC layer networks always has 64-bit host identifiers.
However, part of his strategy was to remain inconspicuous until the last possible moment at the convention.
However, Barnes deemed the actions by the committee immaterial to the outcome due to the silver strength in the convention:
However, Bryan, lacking a seat at the start of the convention, could not be elected temporary chairman.
However, Bryan did gain the support of the Populists, as well as a convention of Silver Republicans.
However, at the outset of the Republican convention, a deadlock ensued between supporters of former President Grant, James G. Blaine, and Sherman ; the delegates began to look to Garfield as an optimal compromise choice.
However, their supporters hoped that in the event of a Dewey-Taft-Stassen deadlock, the convention would turn to their man as a compromise candidate.
However, there is no universal convention in this TE and TM naming scheme, and certain authors do refer to light with p-like electric field as TE and light with s-like electric field as TM.
However, return loss has historically been expressed as a negative number, and this convention is still widely found in the literature.

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