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If they avoid the use of the pungent, outlawed four-letter word it is because it is taboo ; ;
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If the bluff failed and they ran into trouble, Brannon had told the others, they would withdraw -- and he would come after his son another time.
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 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 we examine the three types of change from the point of view of their internal structure we find an additional profound difference between the third and the first two, one that accounts for the notable difference between the responses they evoke.
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 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 the hardships of the winter at Valley Forge were trying for healthy men, they were, of course, much more so for those not in good health.
If, the editors sometimes, dozed and printed pretentious, New, York-mind, dross, they, also printed, Malraux,, Silone,, Chiaromonte,, Gide, Bellow,, Robert Lowell, Francis Fergusson, Mary McCarthy, Delmore Schwartz, Mailer, Elizabeth Hardwick, Eleanor Clark,, and a host of, other good writers.
`` If once they become inattentive to the public affairs '', Jefferson said, `` you and I, and Congress and assemblies, judges and governors, shall all become wolves ''.
If they give him advice when he asks it, or if they perform specified duties under his direction, the nature of the U. N. will not of necessity change.
If and avoid
He explained that this is one of the most important analects: " If the people be led by laws, and uniformity sought to be given them by punishments, they will try to avoid the punishment, but have no sense of shame.
To avoid debates about the possibility of in-vitro fertilization, artificial insemination, or cloning, the original Darwin Awards book applied the following " deserted island " test to potential winners: If the person were unable to reproduce when stranded on a deserted island with a fertile member of the opposite sex, he or she would be considered sterile.
If only layer C changes, we should find a way to avoid re-blending all of the layers when computing F. Without any special considerations, four full-image blends would need to occur.
If a handler always treats firearms as capable of being discharged at any time, the handler is more likely to take precautions to prevent an unintentional discharge and to avoid damage or injury if one does occur.
If the DNA is to be used after separation on the agarose gel, it is best to avoid exposure to UV light by using a blue light excitation source such as the XcitaBlue UV to blue light conversion screen from Bio-Rad or Dark Reader from Clare Chemicals.
If they turned to illegality it was due to the fact that honest toil only benefited the employers and often entailed a complete loss of dignity, while any complaints resulted in the sack ; to avoid starvation through lack of work it was necessary to beg or steal, and to avoid conscription into the army many of them had to go on the run.
The Council of Trent decreed: " If anyone shall say that a man once justified can sin no more, nor lose grace, and that therefore he who falls and sins was never truly justified ; or, on the contrary, that throughout his whole life he can avoid all sins even venial sins, except by a special privilege of God, as the Church holds in regard to the Blessed Virgin: let him be anathema.
If there is any way to avoid the emergence of the city-state, not to speak of self-serving bourgeois " cooperatives ," it is through a municipalization of political life that is so complete that politics embraces not only what we call the public sphere but material means of life as well.
" If Drexel had been indicted, it would have had to post a performance bond of up to $ 1 billion to avoid having its assets frozen.
If a manual labourer or person with obviously dirty hands salutes or greets an elder or superior, he will deliberately show deference for their superior's comfort and avoid contact by bowing, touching the right forehead in a very quick salute or a distant " slamet ", prayer-hands gesture.
If the injured party can prove that the person believed to have caused the injury acted negligently – that is, without taking reasonable care to avoid injuring others – tort law will allow compensation.
# Lubrication: ( for intercourse or used daily to minimize irritation ) If you have problems with yeast, or are worried you will, avoid lubricants with glycerine in them, which acts like a sugar and will only add to your problems.
If such content is in a film, particularly violence in a plot development context ( i. e. separate from kids violence ), it is often edited out prior to submission to the OFLC to avoid being " Refused Classification " ( effectively banning the film ).
If a prisoner qualifies, a state may allow compassionate early release to avoid high costs associated with organ transplants.
If the area is too small, efficiency is poor, and if the area is large, the propeller must rotate at a very low speed to avoid going supersonic and creating a lot of noise, and not much thrust.
If the load balancer is replaced or fails, this information may be lost, and assignments may need to be deleted after a timeout period or during periods of high load to avoid exceeding the space available for the assignment table.
If seeking to avoid rejecting the laws of thought, the solipsist may easily appeal to the Problem of Induction.
If Blountville were an incorporated town, it would qualify as the second oldest municipality in Tennessee ( second only to Jonesborough ); hHowever, it was unincorporated at one point in order to avoid having redundant government services for such a small area and population.
If absolute indexes are used in the generated ( or manually created ) unwound code, rather than variables, the code created may actually be able to avoid generated pointer arithmetic instructions altogether, using offsets instead ).
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 and use
If you elect to use the Standard Deduction or the Tax Table, and later find you should have itemized your deductions, you may do so by filing an amended return within the time prescribed for filing a claim for refund.
If you use a fiscal year, a year ending on the last day of any month other than December, your return is due on or before the 15th day of the 4th month after the close of your tax year.
If we could use all the small airfields we have in this country, we could disperse our strategic aircraft by a factor of 10 or more.
If you use one of the new year-round cooling system fluids such as `` Dowguard '' be sure to check it.
If A-Z could buy Ticonderoga cheaply and use their presses and dies and other equipment, if William could hit precisely the right promotion note, if the money hurdle was not insurmountable.
* If it is required to use a single number X as an estimate for the value of numbers, then the arithmetic mean does this best, in the sense of minimizing the sum of squares ( x < sub > i </ sub > − X )< sup > 2 </ sup > of the residuals.
If we use a cylindrical coordinate system with basis vectors, then the gradient of and the divergence of are given by
If the resulting four kilobyte table size is too large for a given target platform, the table lookup operation can be performed with a single 256-entry 32-bit ( i. e. 1 kilobyte ) table by the use of circular rotates.
" If there is any doubt as to whether the sick person has reached the use of reason, or is dangerously ill, or is dead, this sacrament is to be administered ".
If the software works as intended and without issues during normal use, one can reasonably extrapolate the same level of stability in production.
If an implant is used, the individual runs the same risks and complications as those who use them for breast augmentation but has higher rates of capsular contracture ( tightening or hardening of the scar tissue around the implant ) and revisional surgeries.
If a woman is uncomfortable with her breasts ' asymmetry, she can minimize the difference with a corrective bra or use gel bra inserts.
If the risk of asphyxiation is deemed to be high, doctors may use various devices ( such as an oropharyngeal airway, nasopharyngeal airway or endotracheal tube ) to safeguard the airway.
If we attempt to use the above formula to compute the derivative of f at zero, then we must evaluate 1 / g ′( f ( 0 )).
If a state is not observable, the controller will never be able to determine the behaviour of an unobservable state and hence cannot use it to stabilize the system.
If one employs the strict, limited definition of crannog which requires the use of timber, then sites in the Western Isles are stricken from the discussion.
If Neal Townsend breaks the contract and doesn't use any of Wisda's Landscaping's services, expectation damages paid to Wisda's Landscaping would be $ 500, which is the economic loss they suffered.