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However and technical
However, she did not find technical illustration suitable for a career ( the extreme exactitude required gave her pains in the " solar plexus ").
However, demarcation has been delayed, despite intense international intervention, by Ethiopian insistence that the decision ignored " human geography ," made technical errors in the delimitation, and determined that certain disputed areas, specifically Badme, fall to Eritrea.
However, the word " heat " is a highly technical term in physics and thermodynamics, and is often confused with thermal energy.
However, there are also variant types, such as infrared film ( in black and white or false color ); specialist technical films, such as those used for X-rays ; and obsolete processes, such as orthochromatic film.
However, since network news use of the term pertained primarily to the criminal activities despite this attempt by the technical community to preserve and distinguish the original meaning, the mainstream media and general public continue to describe computer criminals with all levels of technical sophistication as " hackers " and does not generally make use of the word in any of its non-criminal connotations.
However, this power can be surrendered to other organizations if the Attorney General declares the case to be linked to an intentional criminal act, although the NTSB would still provide technical support in such investigations.
However, in November, the state's constitutional court dismissed the complaint against Porsch on technical grounds.
However, many technical publications ( books, journals, advertisements for equipment and machinery ) simply state " standard conditions " without specifying them, often leading to confusion and errors.
However, it was less popular when commercial radio broadcasting began in the 1920s, mostly due to the need for an extra tube ( for the oscillator ), the generally higher cost of the receiver, and the level of technical skill required to operate it.
However, Tertullian was not averse to using the technical methods of Stoicism to discuss a problem ( De anima ).
However, warrant officers in the United States are technical leaders and specialists, and chief warrant officers are commissioned by the president of the United States and take the same oath as regular commissioned officers.
" However, the World Health Organization, the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations which is responsible for setting health research norms and standards, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends, states that no risk of reproductive, developmental, or carcinogenic effects have been reported in humans due to DU exposure.
However, in technical discourse and in American usage, the term " weasel " can refer to any member of the genus, or to the genus as a whole. The animal of the weasel farts frequently, among those that do not are the stoat, the polecats, the ferret, and the European mink ( the superficially similar American mink is now regarded as belonging in another genus, Neovison ).
However, they occasionally have a Chinese on reading, derived from a phonetic, as in 働, dō, from 動, and in rare cases only have an on reading, as in 腺, sen, from 泉, which was derived for use in technical compounds ( 腺 means " gland ", hence used in medical terminology ).
However, proper instrument operation and interpretation of an OTDR trace still requires special technical training and experience.
However, a protective equestrian helmet with harness is required, and riders always wear a short hunt coat, except when weather is unreasonably warm, when, at the discretion of the technical delegate, jackets may be considered optional.
However, while touring cars have a lower technical level than sports cars in general, there are notable exceptions to the rule.
However, since most users of e-mail do not have very much technical expertise, the full headers are usually suppressed by mail reading software.
However and difficulties
However, any such suggestion accounts for only some of the difficulties in hearing tone, or in developing a realistic attitude about tone, but not for the analytic difficulties that occur even when tone is meticulously recorded.
However, difficulties in South Africa ( epitomised by the defeat of the British Army at the Battle of Isandlwana ), as well as Afghanistan, weakened his government and led to his party's defeat in the 1880 election.
However, unlike contemporaries such as Aldhelm, whose Latin is full of difficulties, Bede's own text is easy to read.
However, a tall building brings a lot of difficulties to structural and building services design, for example, excessive system static pressure for water systems, high line voltage drop and long distance of vertical transportation.
However, the college did not hold its first class until 1838, until then operating sporadically due to financial difficulties.
However, by the 1960s, scientific behaviourism met substantial difficulties and eventually gave way to the cognitive revolution.
However, by the close of the 19th century, the 9th edition was outdated and the Britannica faced financial difficulties.
However, a defect in the capsule's hatch latching mechanism caused difficulties opening and closing the hatch, which delayed the start of the EVA and put White and his crewmate at risk of not getting back to Earth alive.
However, this regulation is not enforced, and Ghanaian civilians are able to wear military-style apparel ( such as civilian clothes in a camouflage finish ) without any difficulties from law enforcement.
However, the fact that two settlements came into existence very close together creates further difficulties.
However, despite the backing of major Western donors, including the International Monetary Fund ( IMF ), Kyrgyzstan had consequential economic difficulties from the outset.
However, difficulties have been encountered with Monaco by countries in international investigations on serious crimes that appear to be linked also with tax matters.
However, the Party encountered major difficulties organizing labor union movements and building a relationship with its nationalist ally, the KMT.
However, due to some difficulties in conclusively identifying these figurines with " mother goddess ", some scholars prefer using the term " female figurines with likely cultic significance ".
However, after his death, difficulties in the caliphal treasury prompted governors to side-step the prohibitions and surreptitiously re-introduce jizya-collection on converts by other guises.
However, those who are with no own transportation still face difficulties to move around since the number of taxis are much less compared to the actual need of the increased population.
However, the key deficits of receptive aphasia do not come from damage to Wernicke's area ; instead, most of the core difficulties are proposed to come from damage to the medial temporal lobe and underlying white matter.