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However, no comprehensive environmental protection program has emerged, and decisions on environmental policy have been made on an ad hoc basis.
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However, the system is designed, ingeniously and hopefully, so that no one man could initiate a thermonuclear war.
However, if there is no additional complex of singular lines, the order of the image regulus of a pencil is precisely Af.
However, there was no real question of the justice of creating a strong Poland, both industrially and agriculturally, and one unplagued by large minorities of Germans or Russians.
However, the leveling operation can be maintained and controlled remotely with no mechanical or optical contact with the platform.
However, one can argue that no such control is necessary as long as one pretends that the anti-trust laws are effective and rational.
However, no diagram of her brain patterns, no early I.Q. tests recorded certain essential facts about Helva that Central must eventually learn.
However, since no equipment existed to show the images in motion, such a series of images cannot be called animation in a true sense of the word .< ref >
However, no direct connection can be demonstrated, and the similarity of the abaci may be coincidental, both ultimately arising from counting with five fingers per hand.
However, there is no one-to-one correspondence between words in ASL and English, and the inflectional modulation of ASL signs — a dominant part of the grammar — is lost.
However, there is no evidence that his son and ultimate successor, Constantius II, who was an Arian Christian, was exiled.
However, no Hermunduri appear in Ptolemy, though after the time of Ptolemy the Hermunduri joined with the Marcomanni in the wars of 166 – 180 against the empire.
However, according to Josephus, in Antiquities, Book 7, Chapter 1, Joab had forgiven Abner for the death of his brother, Asahel, the reason being that Abner had slain Asahel honorably in combat after he had first warned Asahel and had no other choice but to kill him out of self defense.
However, there are no known year-names or other archaeological evidence verifying any of these later kings of Akkad or Uruk, apart from a single artifact referencing king Dudu of Akkad.
However, Wolfram points out that at the time " Clovis got no farther than the Seine ; only after several more years did the Franks succeed in occupying the rest of the Gallo-Roman buffer state north of the Loire.
However, he became gravely ill during the 1918 flu pandemic and, since Spain was neutral and thus under no wartime censorship restrictions, his illness and subsequent recovery were covered worldwide, giving the false impression ( in the absence of real news from anywhere else ) that Spain was the most-affected area.
However, much to his professional detriment, Lavoisier discovered no new substances, devised no really novel apparatus, and worked out no improved methods of preparation.
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However, Chambers ' Cyclopaedia, or Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ( 1728 ), and the Encyclopédie of Diderot and D ' Alembert ( 1751 onwards ), as well as Encyclopædia Britannica and the Conversations-Lexikon, were the first to realize the form we would recognize today, with a comprehensive scope of topics, discussed in depth and organized in an accessible, systematic method.
However, to date the government has yet to implement an investment law or to begin privatization of any of the 110 parastatal, nor has it given much indication that it has developed a comprehensive plan to develop the economy.
However, a more careful examination of the existing literature leads to a more comprehensive understanding of what should be the key critical supply chain components, the " branches " of the previous identified supply chain business processes, that is, what kind of relationship the components may have that are related to suppliers and customers.
However, many experimental electronic artists of the New Age music genre often utilize vocoder in a more comprehensive manner in specific works, such as Jean Michel Jarre ( on Zoolook, 1984 ) and Mike Oldfield ( on QE2, 1980 and Five Miles Out, 1982 ).
However, his relationship with the dictator might have been less than friendly, as recounted in Ástor Piazzolla, A manera de memorias ( a comprehensive collection of interviews, constituting a memoir ):
However, The Napoleonic Code differed from Justinian's in important ways-it incorporated all kinds of earlier rules, not only legislation ; it was not a collection of edited extracts, but a comprehensive rewrite ; its structure was much more rational ; it had no religious, ( i. e. Christian ) content ; and it was written in the vernacular French.
However, Eusebius of Caesarea, ( AD 260 – 340 ), one of the earliest and most comprehensive of church historians, wrote of Christ's disciples in Demonstratio Evangelica, saying that " some have crossed the Ocean and reached the Isles of Britain.
However, from the perspective of man, articulating this endeavour can be problematic: To offer comprehensive answers can be insensitive to the pain, to refrain from attempting to answer can be unhelpful.
However, the U. S. has no comprehensive infrastructure to monitor crime trends and report the information to related parties such as law enforcement.
However other countries requested that the schedule be more comprehensive, and with that in mind they put forward a further programme at the IOC meeting in 1911 which was met with approval.
However, as many of these are either overseas students or from provincial grammar schools and leading comprehensive schools, membership is a lot more diverse than the figures may suggest.
However there is no comprehensive serogroup B vaccine, and the prospect of developing a gonococcal vaccine is remote.
However, once a comprehensive service is available to the public, new problems emerge out of ethnic, cultural or religious differences, or from differences between age groups, genders or social classes.
However, it was not until almost three centuries after Willis, in 1945, that Karl-Axel Ekbom ( 1907 – 1977 ) provided a detailed and comprehensive report of this condition in his doctoral thesis, Restless legs: clinical study of hitherto overlooked disease.
However, it was not until 1986 that more comprehensive provisions, still in place today, were enacted with the passage of the " Georgia Print Law ".
However, comprehensive schools also thrive, particularly the Roman Catholic single-sex schools St. Anthony's ( for girls ) and St. Aidan's ( for boys ).
However, elements of similar systems persist in several English counties such as Kent which maintains the grammar school system alongside comprehensive schools.
However, now that comprehensive equality had been instituted, a large number of parents were willing to pay to extricate their children from it.
However, his calls for comprehensive reform and an end to military domination of politics instilled hope, and he quickly gained some popularity, even if many still associated him with the military clique that effectively ruled Algeria in his name.
However, comprehensive classification is elusive, because a vehicle may fit into multiple categories, or not completely satisfy the requirements for any.
However, the Radio Times still lives up to its name by being the most comprehensive source of UK radio listings in print, and also since the 22 May 2007 edition has carried two extra pages of TV listings per day as part of a slight tweak in the publication's format, bringing it up to ten pages of listings per day in total.
However, novel molecular biological and comprehensive studies unequivocally showed that IDs consist for the most part of mixed type adhering junctions named area composita ( pl.