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If the circumstances are faced frankly it is not reasonable to expect this to be true.
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If additional solute is added to a saturated solution, it will not dissolve, except in certain circumstances, when supersaturation may occur.
If the judiciary decides in favor of the government because the country is secular, they would be considered to be Muslim individuals acting under compelling circumstances.
If police coercion is shown or evident, then the court proceeds to determine the voluntariness of the waiver under the totality of circumstances test focusing on the personal characteristics of the accused and the particulars of the coercive nature of the police conduct.
If an inability to sufficiently adjust to life circumstances begins within three months of a particular event or situation, and ends within six months after the stressor stops or is eliminated, it may instead be classed as an adjustment disorder.
He asks why postmodernist intellectuals do not respond like people in other fields when asked, " what are the principles of their theories, on what evidence are they based, what do they explain that wasn't already obvious, etc ?... If requests can't be met, then I'd suggest recourse to Hume's advice in similar circumstances: to the flames.
If the number of participants is large, and some of their physical or network distancee are great, then the probability of complete success ( which is, in ideal circumstances, required for system security ) will be rather low.
Wender and Klein point out that pessimism can be useful in some circumstances: " If one is subject to a series of defeats, it pays to adopt a conservative game plan of sitting back and waiting and letting others take the risks.
If opener has maximum values, a fit, and strong support, he may raise to level 3, but under no circumstances may he take any other action.
If the two Houses cannot agree on a date for adjournment, the President may adjourn both Houses to such a time as befits the circumstances.
If too many of these neutrons are absorbed by other uranium-235 nuclei, a nuclear chain reaction occurs that results in a burst of heat or ( in special circumstances ) an explosion.
:" If the second variant takes place and the imperialists invade Cuba with the aim of occupying it, the dangers of their aggressive policy are so great that after such an invasion the Soviet Union must never allow circumstances in which the imperialists could carry out a nuclear first strike against it.
If the suicide succeeds, the legal issue is whether the assistants actively facilitated the death, or as doctors, nurses or carers, omitted to prevent natural death in circumstances where society believes they have no legal duty to take that preventive action.
If a Master Mason is dropped from the rolls for non-payment of dues, under most circumstances he may be immediately reinstated in good standing simply by paying his current dues as well as any back dues owed, although in many jurisdictions there is a requirement to ballot for re-admission.
If a presumption of abuse is found under the means test, it may only be rebutted in the case of " special circumstances.
If there were sharp contradictions in Cuban society under the Autenticos, the circumstances differed only in degree from the complexities and dynamics encountered in free societies everywhere ( how often did Cubans compare Havana with Chicago?
If Eta Carinae is a binary system, this may affect the future intensity and orientation of the supernova explosion that it produces, depending on the circumstances.
If any attempt was made from outside to release him, the prisoner was to be put to death ; under no circumstances was he to be delivered alive into anyone's hands, even if they should produce documents signed by the Empress authorising his release.
If a semi-conducting body " B " is electrically connected to Earth, in circumstances where there is no battery or equivalent in the system, then the Fermi level of body " B " is locked to the Fermi level of the Earth.
If the circumstances should change due to environmental change, population pressure, or historical events, then the culture changes.
If the Senate twice in a three month period refuses to pass the same piece of legislation that was initiated in the lower house, the government may either abandon the bill or continue to revise it, or, in certain circumstances outlined in section 57 of the Constitution, the Prime Minister can recommend the governor-general dissolve the entire parliament in a double dissolution.
If a soldier is posted to a unit outside of their parent corps, except in some circumstances the soldier continues to wear the hat badge and lanyard of their Corps ( e. g. a Clerk posted to an infantry battalion would wear the hat badge of the Royal Australian Ordnance Corps but would wear the lanyard of the battalion they are posted to.
If Ishi were descended from both of the tribes and grew up with members of both, it may help explain his adaptive abilities, as his circumstances, essentially from birth, would have been different from the cultural norm of his people.
* If an individual dies in suspicious circumstances, the police may request exhumation in order to determine the cause of death.
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If it were not for an old professor who made me read the classics I would have been stymied on what to do, and now I understand why they are classics ; ;
If I even hint at it do you think it will matter that you are his nephew -- and not even a blood nephew ''??
If his dancers are sometimes made to look as if they might be creatures from Mars, this is consistent with his intention of placing them in the orbit of another world, a world in which they are freed of their pedestrian identities.
If love reflects the nature of man, as Ortega Y Gasset believes, if the person in love betrays decisively what he is by his behavior in love, then the writers of the beat generation are creating a new literary genre.
Defoe then commented, `` If they Could Draw that young Gentleman into Their Measures They would show themselves quickly, for they are not asham'd to Say They want only a head to Make a beginning ''.
If Jews are identified as a religious body in a controversy that comes before a national or international tribunal, it is obviously compatible with the goal of human dignity to protect freedom of worship.
Without preliminaries, Esther asked him, `` If you are a world citizen, will you take Garry Davis' place in his tent while he goes to the hospital ''??
If we are to believe the list of titles printed in Malraux's latest book, La Metamorphose Des Dieux, Vol. 1 ( ( 1957 ), he is still engaged in writing a large novel under his original title.
If the would-be joiner asks these questions he is not likely to be duped by extremists who are seeking to capitalize on the confusions and the patriotic apprehensions of Americans in a troubled time.
If the record buyer's tastes are somewhat eclectic or even the slightest bit esoteric, he will find them satisfied on educational records.
If it will simply delay the debates until the qualifications are closed next spring, and then carry all the candidates on a tour of debates, it can provide a service to the state.
If they are to be commended for foresight in their planning, what then is the judgment of a town council that compounds this problem during the planning stage??
If the Communists are sincere in wanting a united, neutral and disarmed Germany, it might well be advantageous for the German people in this nuclear age.
If only this could be done more often -- with such heartening results -- many of the earth's `` big problems '' would shrink to the insignificances they really are.
If any are left, presently, we may expect to see signs specifically prohibiting the feeding of them too.
If the raw population figures are crucially relevant, then it is idle to think of liberation, as idle as to suppose that Poland might liberate Russia.
If it is not enough that all of our internationalist One Worlders are advocating that we join this market, I refer you to an article in the New York Times' magazine section ( Nov. 12, 1961 ), by Mr. Eric Johnston, entitled `` We Must Join The Common Market ''.