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If the stick was not properly filled out or mounted firmly, or the special terminating block was forgotten, a dreaded " squirt " would result, often encasing the operator's toes in molten lead and leaving a mess that needed to be peeled off the Ludlow surfaces.
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If they can't chalk up big business here then let's stop this noise about how hip we are, and stick to our community singing,
If this binding energy is higher than the energy provided by kicks from oscillating atoms in the conductor ( which is true at low temperatures ), then the electron pair will stick together and resist all kicks, thus not experiencing resistance.
If such contaminated dust is inhaled, these particles can stick to the airways of the lung and increase the risk of developing lung cancer.
If the eggs aren't turned, the embryo inside may stick to the shell and may hatch with physical defects.
If no trump is selected, it is a misdeal, and the deal is passed clockwise ( unless it was agreed upon to play stick the dealer, an option that involves forcing the dealer to choose a trump ( see the Bidding section in Euchre variations )).
If a dopant is added to the material ( example: Nd in BaTiO < sub > 3 </ sub >) the impurity will tend to stick to the grain boundaries.
If these particles were to collide and stick, the mass of the composite object would be 10 GeV / c < sup > 2 </ sup >.
" When asked how he could use the stick since he would lack awareness, he replied " If I lack awareness, then why should I care what happens to me when I am dead?
If you're being troubled by a Tremblin, just grab him by his invisible little horns and stick him into the nearest pin cushion.
If he has been misled by sensory information in the past ( e. g. he judged that the stick in the water was bent, when in fact it was straight ), then he may be deceived now, " and it is prudent never to trust completely those who have deceived us even once.
If a person doesn't stick to an interdict, the police might be able to arrest them if the interdict gives them the power to do so " similar to an injunction.
If an entire room of individuals answered that line B was correct, but you thought line A was correct, would you stick up for your opinion?
If the ball goes out of bounds on a shot, it is common for the player to reach out her stick in an attempt to be ruled closest to the ball and gain possession.
If one were to be able to observe nothing other than the stick in the water, with no previous information, it would appear that the stick was bent.
If all empirical evidence is based upon observation then the entire developed memory and knowledge of every perception and of each sense may be as skewed as the bent stick.
* " If you have a goal, if you want to be successful, if you really want to do it and become another Estee Lauder, you've got to work hard, you've got to stick to it and you've got to believe in what you're doing.
Lemony says that a fridge would hold a bunch of strawberries, which would be important if a man said " If you don't give me a bunch of strawberries right now, I'm going to attack you with this large pointed stick.
If and was
If, when this was all over, she found the words to tell him about it, she wondered if he would ever understand.
If it were not that I knew who it was I could have mistaken it for my Aunt so well did her clothes fit him.
If Franklin was an authentic genius, then Alexander Hamilton, with his exceptional precocity, consuming energy, and high ambition, was a political prodigy.
`` If you can conveniently let me have twenty dollars '', he wrote one friend in 1791 when he was Secretary of the Treasury.
If an automobile were approaching him, he would know what was required of him, even though he might not be able to act quickly enough.
If there was ever a thought in her mind she might devote her life to religion, it was now dispelled.
If his scholarship and formal musicianship were not all they might have been, Mercer demonstrated at an early age that he was gifted with a remarkable ear for rhythm and dialect.
If, as Reid says, `` nearly all his poetry was produced when he was not taking opium '', there may be some reason to doubt that he was under its influence in the period from 1896 to 1900 when he was writing the poems to Katie King and making plans for another book of verse.
If Robinson was a liar and a slanderer, he was also a very canny gentleman, for nothing that Pike could do would pry so much as a single word out of him.
If his circumspection in regard to Philip's sensibilities went so far that he even refused to grant a dispensation for the marriage of Amadee's daughter, Agnes, to the son of the dauphin of Vienne -- a truly peacemaking move according to thirteenth-century ideas, for Savoy and Dauphine were as usual fighting on opposite sides -- for fear that he might seem to be favoring the anti-French coalition, he would certainly never take the far more drastic step of ordering the return of Gascony to Edward, even though, as he admitted to the English ambassadors, he had been advised that the original cession was invalid.
If the historian was convinced of his own correctness, then he should not allow his vision to become fogged by disturbing facts.
If he had any worries, it was only the small ones, about Mother in New York, and his daughter Edwina and what she might be doing at this hour, with her Aunt Asia, in Philadelphia.