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If and editors
If the editors felt that the Dictionary would have to grow larger, it would ; it was an important work, and worth the time and money to properly finish.
If the publisher accepts unsolicited manuscripts, then the manuscript is placed in the slush pile, which publisher's readers sift through to identify manuscripts of sufficient quality or revenue potential to be referred to acquisitions editors for review.
If interwiki bots persistently add an interwiki link that human editors consider wrong, it is no use revert-warring against the bots: they won't understand and will always add the link back in.
Louis Jacobs writes, " If the editors of either had had access to an actual text of the other, it is inconceivable that they would not have mentioned this.
The introduction of PNAS Plus is part of gradual shift in PNAS content described in an editorial: " If PNAS Plus succeeds, we envision transitioning to a print edition of PNAS in a magazine format comprising special features, commentaries on important papers flagged by member editors and the Editorial Board, and summary statements of the online articles.
If the proofing process is not performed on-line, the adviser and editors receive proofs ( typically full size prints ) about a week or so after the submission of pages.
If and when it does, let it be said that the editors met the challenges of the post-9 / 11 era in a way that most other leading American publications did not, and that The New York Review of Books ... was there when we needed it most.
In the July / August 2007 issue of Curve, editors responded to this criticism by stating: " If you read the article, you will see that the author did not, in fact, ' out ' Rodriguez ; rather, the article stated both that " Rodriguez has never publicly come out " and " Rodriguez has said she is not a lesbian.
One of the editors in the 1990s told students: " If you don't like what we're doing with the paper, you can volunteer to help change it ... It's your paper.
If, for example, you mark your talk page comments as " minor ", then fewer editors are likely to notice your comment.
If and sometimes
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 Mr. Kennan is sometimes a little somber in his appraisals, if his analysis of how Western diplomacy met the challenge of an era of great wars and social revolutions is often critical and pessimistic -- well, the record itself is not too encouraging.
If the hijackers ' demands are deemed too great and the perpetrators show no inclination to surrender, authorities sometimes employ armed special forces to attempt a rescue of the hostages ( notably Operation Entebbe ).
If BCG is accidentally given subcutaneously, then a local abscess may form ( a BCG-oma ) that can sometimes ulcerate, and may require treatment with antibiotics.
If he sometimes seems to approach the symbolic view, at other times he comes very close to a strong realistic doctrine.
If insufficient yarn of a single dye lot is bought to complete a project, additional skeins of the same dye lot can sometimes be obtained from other yarn stores or online.
If this acceleration is multiplied by the particle mass, the leading term is the centripetal force and the negative of the second term related to angular acceleration is sometimes called the Euler force.
If we insert vertices in random order, it turns out ( by a somewhat intricate proof ) that each insertion will flip, on average, only O ( 1 ) triangles – although sometimes it will flip many more.
* If a pure function is called with parameters that cause no side-effects, the result is constant with respect to that parameter list ( sometimes called referential transparency ), i. e. if the pure function is again called with the same parameters, the same result will be returned ( this can enable caching optimizations such as memoization ).
If a hoplite escaped, he would sometimes be forced to drop his cumbersome aspis, thereby disgracing himself to his friends and family ( becoming a " ripsaspis ", one who threw his shield ).
If he or she is also chief executive, he or she can thus politically control the necessary executive measures without which a proclaimed law can remain dead letter, sometimes for years or even forever.
If housed together, acute and chronic stress may occur, and they may fight fiercely, sometimes fatally.
If never, the problem is likely to be physiological ; if sometimes ( however rarely ), it could be physiological or psychological.
If a knitter buys insufficient yarn of a single dye lot to complete a project, additional skeins of the same dye lot can sometimes be obtained from other yarn stores or online.
If a samurai was able to afford a daishō, it was often composed of whichever two swords could be conveniently acquired, sometimes by different smiths and in different styles.
If the lower case L is used as the symbol, it is sometimes rendered as a cursive ℓ to help distinguish it from the capital " I ", although this usage has no official approval by any international bureau.
If the dance is a set ( pre-choreographed ) routine, the Lead is sometimes responsible for initiating each move, which ensures smooth coordination between the two dancers.
If a manga series is popular enough, it may be animated after or even during its run, although sometimes manga are drawn centering on previously existing live-action or animated films ( e. g. Star Wars ).
The " diamond problem " ( sometimes referred to as the " deadly diamond of death ") is an ambiguity that arises when two classes B and C inherit from A, and class D inherits from both B and C. If D calls a method defined in A ( and does not override the method ), and B and C have overridden that method differently, then from which class does it inherit: B, or C?
If a past storyline wherein a direct depictions of a then-current president or similar is referenced in a later era, it tends to become updated accordingly, sometimes with an " in-joke " acknowledgement.
The passers-by spit in his face, and sometimes beat him … unmercifully … If a Jew enters a shop for anything, he is forbidden to inspect the goods … Should his hand incautiously touch the goods, he must take them at any price the seller chooses to ask for them ...
If and printed
If Woodruff could not furnish a strong explanation, the governor insisted that he lower his prices in accord with the scale printed in The Advocate.
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 it printed something then the tape and the printout were returned to the user, otherwise they were informed at which memory location it had stopped.
Unification Church member Kristopher Esplin told Reuters what is normally done if the word is seen in media sources: " If it's printed in newspapers, we will respond, write to the editor, that sort of thing.
If these limited provisions are significant, however, they may be printed as " notes " underneath related sections of the Code.
If this proves to be true in actual usage, then it should encourage the use of Senior Quikscript in printed texts rather than Junior Quikscript.
Heywood's two-part history plays Edward IV ( printed 1600 ), and If You Know Not Me, You Know Nobody, or, The Troubles of Queene Elizabeth ( 1605 and 1606 ) concern, respectively, The Wars of the Roses and the life of the Queen contrasted with that of the preeminent merchant and financier Thomas Gresham.
If the program printed directly, computing resources ( CPU, memory, peripherals ) would be tied up until the program was able to finish.
* A small card with " If you'd like to know how to keep an idiot busy for hours, turn this card over " printed on both sides.
If a guest attempts to obtain another Fastpass before these times, an informational ticket will be printed indicating when the next Fastpass ticket can be obtained.
Following the failure of the invasion, Kennedy expressed regret that more information about the invasion plan was not published, telling Times reporter Turner Catledge, “ If you had printed more about the operation, you would have saved us from a colossal mistake .”
If a player decides to mulligan all the cards currently in their hand are removed from the game and they draw a number of cards equal to their character ’ s printed hand size.
If you knew your way around inside the 1130, it was possible to swap circuit cards so as to move the bad print position to near the right end of the printed line.
Subsequent editions have since been printed under the title If I Forget Thee Jerusalem ( 1990, following the " corrected text " and format of Noel Polk ), and since 2003 it is now usually referred to by both names, with the newer title following the historically first published title and in brackets, to avoid confusion: The Wild Palms I Forget Thee, Jerusalem.