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If the first item in the operand is omitted, the symbolic name IOCSIXF will be assigned.
If the second item in the operand is omitted, the symbolic name IOCSIXG will be assigned.
If he sometimes seems to approach the symbolic view, at other times he comes very close to a strong realistic doctrine.
If we are to explain language's evolution, according to this view, we must tackle it as part of a wider one — the evolutionary emergence of symbolic culture as such.
If we do this we get the symbolic equation
If the cultural convention has greater influence on the sign, the signs get more symbolic value.
If a player runs out of army pieces during the game, another color may be used to substitute, or another symbolic token to help keep track of armies.
O does everything physically possible to avoid being seen by others but the only thing he can do to avoid perception by an “ all seeing god ” is to tear up his picture, a symbolic act, as if saying,If I don ’ t believe you exist you can ’ t see me .” There is no one there to see him for what he really is other than himself and so, in this godless world, it is only fitting that E, representing O's self-perception, would appear standing where the picture has been torn from the wall.
If individuals are held accountable or responsible, individuals who could not have prevented the results are either unfairly punished, or they “ take responsibility ” in a symbolic ritual without suffering any consequences.
Feng Xun is recorded as stating, " If you remove the shoes and bindings, the aesthetic feeling will be destroyed forever "— an indication that men understood that the symbolic erotic fantasy of bound feet did not correspond to its unpleasant physical reality, which was therefore to be kept hidden.
If a symbolic link is deleted, its target remains unaffected.
If a symbolic link points to a target, and sometime later that target is moved, renamed or deleted, the symbolic link is not automatically updated or deleted, but continues to exist and still points to the old target, now a non-existing location or file.
If classical art was marked by the attempt to create representations that mimicked reality as closely as possible, Byzantine art seems to have abandoned this attempt in favor of a more symbolic approach.
If the symbolic aircraft dot is above the horizon line ( blue background ) the aircraft is nose up.
If the symbolic aircraft dot is below the horizon line ( brown background ) the aircraft is nose down.
If God's representative on Earth was male, it seems logical to me that the opposite would be female, especially with the traditional symbolic association between femininity and the moon.
If the OS or an application requires the unencrypted data to be found at its original path, then a symbolic link can be made, and the image file added to login items, and the password for the image added to the login keychain, but some such things are not for the average user.
If a link to a file on a different volume is needed, it may be created with a symbolic link.
' If an individual has wrestled seriously enough and long enough with the anima ( or animus ) problem ... the unconscious again changes its dominant character and appears in a new symbolic form ... as a masculine initiator and guardian ( an Indian guru ), a wise old man, a spirit of nature, and so forth '.
If this program is symbolically executed, a special symbolic variable ( as distinct from the program's variables ) is associated with the values returned from the read function.
The dialect has many characteristics. For example, the dialect is very simple and guileless with strong generility and symbolic. If people in Liyang say something like " dessert " in pronunciation, they refer to the lunch or afternoon. In addition, the dialect is vivid and accurate, which makes the behavior and pesonalities more meticulous. Parable and exaggeration are always used in it that makes listener experience what people said more deeper. Another funny thing is that many people in other regions say the dialect in Liyang is similar to Japanese.
If classical art was marked by the attempt to create representations that mimicked reality as closely as possible, Byzantine art seems to have abandoned this attempt in favor of a more symbolic approach.
: If he had any prototype they were the symbolic artists of ancient

If and name
If within one year you can make a success out of the American, you can practically name your own salary thereafter.
If the bottom name in each column did not have a responsible executive identified, the next name above which identified such a responsible executive was substituted.
If the latter knows nothing about the absent sitter except his name ( given by the experimenter ), he cannot possibly give any clues, conscious or unconscious, far less ask leading questions.
If a red Bordeaux of a good name and year is bitter or acid, or cloying and muddy-tasting, leave it alone for a while.
When Dr. Wallace Buttrick, wise in his judgment of people, declined to have the Science Building named for him, he wrote Miss Tapley ( April 7, 1923 ) `` If you had asked me, I think I would have suggested that you name the building for Miss Upton.
If the latter, Amaryllis would be the correct name for the genus Hippeastrum, and a different name would have to be used for the genus discussed here.
If so, the patient is asked for name, current location, and current day and time.
If one has to name a famous boxer, they are more likely to name Muhammad Ali or Mike Tyson, since their fame expanded beyond the sport itself.
If one has to name a famous wizard, the names would typically be Merlin, Gandalf or Harry Potter.
If a word is challenged, the player who played the word must then name an acceptable word that anagrams to the tiles played.
If the name given in the delegation is a subdomain of the domain for which the delegation is being provided, there is a circular dependency.
According to Bruce Campbell's autobiography, If Chins Could Kill, Richard acquired his stage name by combining his short name with his roommates ' names, Hal and Del.
Frege, however, did not conceive of objects as forming parts of senses: If a proper name denotes a non-existent object, it does not have a reference, hence concepts with no objects have no truth value in arguments.
If, as seems likely from the name, these people were the continental remnants of the Jutish invaders of Kent, then it may be that the marriage was intended as a unifying political move, reconnecting different branches of the same people.
If people ask in the name of religion we must help them.
If the latter, then Hannibal and his brothers also bore the name ' Barca '.
If a person makes the statement " Hello, my name is John Doe " they are making a claim of who they are.
If the photo and name match the person, then the teller has authenticated that John Doe is who he claimed to be.

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