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both and deep
Failure to address the economic and social disparities and increasing political awareness of the less-affluent population, as well as indirect intervention and economic funding to the main political groups by both the KGB and the CIA, as part of the Cold War, led to a political polarization under Socialist President Salvador Allende which in turn resulted in the 11 September 1973 coup and the military dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet, whose 17-year regime was responsible for numerous human rights violations and deep market-oriented economic reforms.
She is a figure both of the epic tradition and of tragedy, where her combination of deep understanding and powerlessness exemplify the ironic condition of humankind.
If a second hanging tom is used, it is 10 " diameter and 8 " deep for fusion, or 13 " diameter and one inch deeper than the 12 " diameter tom otherwise, or very occasionally a 14 " diameter hanging tom is added to the 12 ", both being 8 " deep.
For example, organisms living inside hot rocks deep under Earth's surface are both thermophilic and barophilic such as Thermococcus barophilus
This psychological approach has deep connections to the work of both Parker and Dewey and led to a resurgence of their ideas in second half of the century.
The deep cutting by the ice left some tributaries hanging high above the lakes — both Seneca and Cayuga have tributaries hanging as much as 120 m above the valley floors.
While shallow foundations rely solely on the bearing capacity of the soil beneath them, deep foundations can rely on end bearing resistance, frictional resistance along their length, or both in developing the required capacity.
The bill was large at long and curved downwards at the top ; the bill also had deep white grooves in both the upper and lower mandibles, up to seven on the upper mandible and twelve on the lower mandible in summer, though there were fewer in winter.
This style of baseball, known as Whiteyball, took advantage of stadiums with deep fences and artificial turf, both of which were characteristics of the Astrodome.
Jerome initially used classical authors to describe Christian concepts such as hell that indicated both his classical education and his deep shame of their associated practices, such as pederasty.
A hymn to Poseidon included among the Homeric Hymns is a brief invocation, a seven-line introduction that addresses the god as both " mover of the earth and barren sea, god of the deep who is also lord of Helicon and wide Aegae, and specificies his twofold nature as an Olympian: " a tamer of horses and a saviour of ships.
Quasars also show ' forbidden ' spectral emission lines which were previously only seen in hot gaseous nebulae of low density, which would be too diffuse to both generate the observed power and fit within a deep gravitational well.
While shallow foundations rely solely on the bearing capacity of the soil beneath them, deep foundations can rely on end bearing resistance, frictional resistance along their length, or both in developing the required capacity.
As king, he maintained an independent policy in relation to the Ottoman Empire, and in Romania he is viewed by many as a prince with a deep sense of justice, and a defender of both Wallachia and European Christianity against Ottoman expansionism.
In a Venezuela-brokered deal, a helicopter flew deep into Colombia to pick up both hostages.
Eddie Cochran and fellow Texan Buddy Holly — both of whom Orbison had previously toured with — had died, to Orbison's deep astonishment.
The pact is often interpreted as a sign of their deep patriotism despite both having already surrendered to the English.
Many religious believers kneel in prayer, and some ( Roman Catholics, and Anglicans ) genuflect, bending one knee to touch the ground, at various points during religious services ; the Orthodox Christian equivalent is a deep bow from the waist, and as an especially solemn obeisance the Orthodox make prostrations, bending down on both knees and touching the forehead to the floor.
As Sondheim explains, Desirée experiences both deep regret and furious anger:
Relations date back when both nations were part of the Persian Empire at one time, so much to an extent that both are Sunni and the countries have the same cultural traditions in common especially because of deep Turanian and Persian influences in the two countries.
Roosevelt was attacking both the judiciary and the deep faith Republicans had in their judges ( most of whom had been appointed by McKinley, Roosevelt or Taft ).
The Canadian publisher Black Press publishes newspapers in both tabloid ( wide by deep ) and what it calls " tall tab " format, where the latter is wide by deep, larger than tabloid but smaller than the broadsheets it also publishes.

both and sleep
According to the myth, cattle are slow-moving, slow-witted and weak-legged, and can easily be pushed over without much force, both because they have a high center of gravity, and because they sleep standing.
Another key piece of evidence regarding SWS ’ s involvement in declarative memory consolidation is a finding that people with pathological conditions of sleep, such as insomnia, exhibit both reduction in Slow-Wave Sleep and also have impaired consolidation of declarative memory during sleep.
He uses highly developed metaphors, stichomythia, and in nine memorable words deploys both anaphora and asyndeton: " to die: to sleep — / To sleep, perchance to dream ".
The words hypnosis and hypnotism both derive from the term neuro-hypnotism ( nervous sleep ) coined by the Scottish surgeon James Braid around 1841.
In hypomania there is less need for sleep, and both goal-motivated behavior and metabolism increase.
" Roosting " is the action of perching aloft to sleep at night, and is done by both sexes.
( EEG standards define delta waves to be from 0 to 4 Hz, but sleep standards in both the original R & K, as well as the new 2007 AASM guidelines have a range of 0. 5 – 2 Hz.
At 9: 50 pm, both men were offered sleeping pills, to ensure a good night's sleep, but they both declined.
Godot feeds both of them and allows them to sleep in his hayloft.
The week had been quite hot, making sleep difficult, and late into the evenings, Beiderbecke had played piano, both to the annoyance and to the delight of his neighbors.
There is also a high likelihood of suffering from chronic sleep disorders associated with both physical and environmental factors.
Thus, insomnia is most often thought of as both a sign and a symptom that can accompany several sleep, medical, and psychiatric disorders characterized by a persistent difficulty falling asleep and / or staying asleep or sleep of poor quality.
Mirtazapine is known to decrease sleep latency, promoting sleep efficiency and increasing the total amount of sleeping time in patients suffering from both depression and insomnia.
It is possible to both eat and sleep on the Wank at the Wank-Haus, a mountain hut on the summit, and a nearby scientific observatory plays an important role in monitoring atmospheric and climatic conditions.
They found that both sleep offset and melatonin offset were more strongly correlated with the various phase markers than sleep onset.
It is possible for a sentence to be both grammatical and meaningless, as in Chomsky's famous example " colorless green ideas sleep furiously.
According to Sanhedrin 108B, Noah was engaged both day and night in feeding and caring for the animals, and did not sleep for the entire year aboard the ark.
As whiskey, the " water of life ", causes both Finnegan's death and resurrection in the ballad, so the word " wake " also represents both a passing ( into death ) and a rising ( from sleep ).

both and transcendental
As a rule, transcendental idealists like Kant affirm idealism's epistemic side without committing themselves to whether reality is ultimately mental ; objective idealists like Plato affirm reality's metaphysical basis in the mental or abstract without restricting their epistemology to ordinary experience ; and subjective idealists like Berkeley affirm both metaphysical and epistemological idealism.
) The FPU in the 68040 was thus made incapable of IEEE transcendental functions, which had been supported by both the 68881 and 68882 and were used by the popular fractal generating software of the time and little else.
However, the sensations in both sexes are extremely pleasurable and are often felt throughout the body, causing a mental state that is often described as transcendental, and with vasocongestion and associated pleasure comparable to that of a full-contractionary orgasm.
Building on both the Western esoteric tradition and theosophy, Rudolf Steiner and others in the anthroposophic tradition have attempted to apply systematic methodology to the study of spiritual phenomena, building upon ontological and epistemological questions that arose out of transcendental philosophy.
Indeed, almost all real and complex numbers are transcendental, since the algebraic numbers are countable while the sets of real and complex numbers are both uncountable.
Johann Heinrich Lambert conjectured that e and π were both transcendental numbers in his 1761 paper proving the number π is irrational.
For example, π and 1 − π are both transcendental, but π + ( 1 − π )
Where a standard deductive argument looks for what we can deduce from the fact of X, and a standard inductive argument looks for what we can infer from experience of X, a transcendental argument looks for the necessary prior conditions to both the fact and experience of X.
The story of Antony and Cleopatra was often summarized as either “ the fall of a great general, betrayed in his dotage by a treacherous strumpet, or else it can be viewed as a celebration of transcendental love .” In both reduced summaries, Egypt and Cleopatra are presented as either the destruction of Antony ’ s masculinity and greatness or as agents in a love story.
For example, the transcendental function sin has a natural counterpart * sin that takes a hyperreal input and gives a hyperreal output, and similarly the set of natural numbers has a natural counterpart, which contains both finite and infinite integers.
Because I am transcendental, beyond both the fallible and the infallible, and because I am the greatest, I am celebrated both in the world and in the Vedas as that Supreme Person.
* Pi is transcendental over Q but algebraic over the field of real numbers R: it is the root of g ( x ) = x-π, whose coefficients ( 1 and-π ) are both real, but not of any polynomial with only rational coefficients.
But the fact that they are capable of being blended convincingly exposes the transcendental rules to which both false and true theories are subject.
Rather, they are both equally existent in the absolute transcendental entity which is God.
According to the Vedas, subject is transcendental, while object is either different ( material ) or of same category-spiritual: " The Absolute Truth is both subject and object, and there is no qualitative difference there.
Critical naturalism argues that the transcendental realist model of science is equally applicable to both the physical and the human worlds.
divided transcendental theology into " ontotheology " and " cosmotheology ", both of which he also coined, " in order to distinguish between two competing types of ' transcendental theology '".
Through an examination of various titular revolutions, and in particular the French Revolution, Camus argues that most revolution has involved a fundamental denial of both history and transcendental values.
Transcendence theory is a branch of number theory that investigates transcendental numbers, in both qualitative and quantitative ways.
The main influences on Vollenhoven's thought were the VU's founder Abraham Kuyper and leading theologian Herman Bavinck who both taught a theistic realism, along with a number of other VU professors and outside sources — Anema taught a transcendental realism, Wilhelm Geesink introduced Vollenhoven to the critical philosophy of Kant, Jan Woltjer taught him Classical languages and the literature and philosophy those languages carried, Woltjer also brought Vollenhoven into awareness of the modern natural-scientific theories of Lorentz, van der Waals, and Einstein.
They did conjecture that this was the case and showed that it would follow from a special case of the four exponentials conjecture in transcendental number theory, specifically that for any two distinct prime numbers p and q, the only real numbers t for which both p < sup > t </ sup > and q < sup > t </ sup > are rational are the positive integers.
Like both e and π, this constant is a transcendental number.

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