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However and regionally
However, groups of concerned individuals began to establish chapters across the country, advocating locally and regionally for safe schools for students who were, or were perceived to be, LGBT.
However, it only started out with only ten domestic offices, only one for Canada, and another for the UK ; its films were distributed regionally by other companies.

However and differentiated
However, in scuba diving, nitrox is normally differentiated and handled differently from air.
However, the Geats are clearly differentiated from the Goths, or Gutes, in both Old Norse and Old English literature.
However, this should be differentiated from the words used for the head of the Catholic Church ( Bulgarian " папа " papa, Russian " папа римский " papa rimskiy ).
However, some cell lines — in particular, primary cultures of quiescent and differentiated cells such as thymocytes and neurons — are prevented from undergoing apoptosis on exposure to proteasome inhibitors.
However, because these latter types are not always restricted by height range, some species can be common to several genera that are differentiated mainly by altitude.
However, the Carlist Zouaves also wore a distinctive feature that differentiated them from existing zouave regiments elsewhere, in the form of a beret of Basque influence with a characteristic tassel.
However, in ferns and their allies there are groups with undifferentiated spores but differentiated gametophytes.
However, the two species can be differentiated by their tails and bills.
However in underdeveloped countries, conditions of perfect competition are not present due to the decentralized and differentiated nature of the market.
However, without the gestational conditions in utero with the amnion and placenta, a fetus in fetu can develop into, at best, an especially well differentiated teratoma ; or, at worst, a high-grade metastatic teratocarcinoma.
" ( p. 17 ) However, there still is a reference point, first in the differentiated minor third, C –( E – F – G )– B.
However, diseases specific to the IPE itself are almost non-existent, and it seems to be a highly differentiated, stable cell type that almost never gives rise to malignancies, unlike the melanocytes of the iris stroma.
However, in the years since the Essex V6's debut, design revisions from both Ford and GM to their respective V6 designs have differentiated their engines from each other to a point that any relationship between the two designs is not as obvious as it once was.
However, demographers regard this as an undercount because the index of inconsistency is high and many, if not most, people from English, Scottish, Scotch-Irish and Welsh stock tend to identify themselves simply as Americans or, if of mixed European ancestry, to nominate a more recent and differentiated ethnic group.
However, if the fire is large enough, then the cloud may continue to grow, and become a type of cumulonimbus cloud known as a pyrocumulonimbus cloud, which may produce lightning and start another fire ; however, this cloud type is not differentiated from cumulonimbus by the World Meteorological Organization.
However it is unlikely that this degree of transdifferentiation occurs in vivo and that < 1 % of injected MSCs become truly differentiated and integrate in the damaged area.
However, it should be differentiated between alternating sponsors, different products on cars ( especially promotions for special products ), and the true special paint schemes, which promote special events.
However, social enterprises are differentiated through transparent evidence that their social aims are primary, and that profits are secondary.
However, this latter theory is somewhat awkward with regard to the fact that, linguistically, the Bats language ( within the Nakh family ) is much more distinct from Chechen and Ingush than they are from each other, having differentiated from them much longer ago than the 17th century ( when Chechen and Ingush began differentiating, approximately, was in fact during the 15th century, but they are far more similar ), and forms a completely different branch.

However and results
However, he continued experimenting and lecturing, publishing the results of his experiments in German and Danish periodicals.
However, it is used extensively in establishing results about well-ordering and the ordinals in general.
However, basis risk arises from use of an imperfect hedge, which results in significant, but range-bound principal volatility.
However, the variance between methods results in differing recognition for the 1887 National League batting champion.
However, the results of BCS theory do not depend on the origin of the attractive interaction.
However, now that the archeological archives and research results of the former USSR are open to scientists, it has become quite clear that the primal sighthound type evolved between the Kyrgyzstan, the lower Kazakhstan part of Altai and the Afghan plains, and that the earliest actual sighthound breeds were the plains Afghan hounds and the Kyrgyz Taigan.
However, they are much less toxic than their predecessors, the barbiturates, and death rarely results when a benzodiazepine is the only drug taken ; however, when combined with other central nervous system depressants such as alcohol and opiates, the potential for toxicity and fatal overdose increases.
However, stare decisis, the principle that similar cases should be decided according to consistent principled rules so that they will reach similar results, lies at the heart of all common law systems.
However, these results were not sustainable and in 1972 the Chilean escudo had runaway inflation of 140 %.
However, chemical bonding of many types of elements results in crystalline solids and metallic alloys for which exact chemical formulas do not exist.
However, while a large volume of economic research has been done to define the relationship between central bank independence and economic performance, the results are ambiguous.
However, if this approach is naïvely adopted, then moral agents who, for example, recklessly fail to reflect on their situation, and act in a way that brings about terrible results, could be said to be acting in a morally justifiable way.
However, another observer cannot benefit until the results of that measurement have been relayed to him, at less than or equal to the speed of light.
However it is important to note that the objects of a category need not be sets nor the arrows functions ; any way of formalising a mathematical concept such that it meets the basic conditions on the behaviour of objects and arrows is a valid category, and all the results of category theory will apply to it.
However, this meta-analysis included two large studies of smokers, so it is not clear that the results apply to the general population.
However, attempts made in closed-door sessions at the Fourth Plenary Session of the 17th Communist Party of China's Central Committee in September 2009 to grapple with these problems produced inconclusive results, although a directive which requires disclosure of investments and property holdings by party and governmental officials was passed.
However, these results were mostly ignored until 1860.
However where there can be a difference weighted in favour of females is where the injury results in permanent scarring to the skin.
However, there are some applications that require results other than numbers.
However, recoverability cannot be compromised, since such typically results in a quick database integrity violation.
However, recoverability cannot be compromised, since such typically results in a quick database integrity violation.
However, there sometimes occur so-called quasi-steady states, where the diffusion process does not change in time, where classical results may locally apply.
However, opponents of " late extinction " theories have interpreted such late dates based on indirect dating methods as artifacts resulting from redeposition of skeletal material into more recent strata, and recent direct dating results obtained with new technologies have tended to confirm this interpretation.
However, the differences in the rules between the Hebrew and Gregorian cycles results in Passover falling about a month after Easter in three years of the 19-year cycle.

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