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In recent years, we have come increasingly to recognize that ideas have a history and that not the least important chapters of this history have to do with thematic or conceptual aspects of literature and the arts, although these aspects should be studied in conjunction with the history of philosophy, of religion, and of the sciences.
On the other hand, the consensus of opinion is that, used with caution and in conjunction with other types of evidence, the native sources still provide a valid rough outline for the English settlement of southern Britain.
It was faced immediately with a showdown on the schools, an issue which was met squarely in conjunction with the governor with a decision not to risk abandoning public education.
In June, the Office of Foreign and Domestic Commerce -- in conjunction with local trade associations, chambers of commerce, and bank officials -- sponsored a World Trade Conference at the Sheraton-Biltmore Hotel.
The reproducibilities of helium vapor-pressure thermometers have been investigated in conjunction with a `` constant temperature '' liquid helium bath from 4.2 to 1.8 Af.
He's crazy about water skiing and swimming and this vigorous exercise in conjunction with the added food supplements packed pounds of solid muscle on his skinny frame.
But for purely definition purposes -- used in conjunction with your regular Squatting, Leg Curling, Leg Extensor programs -- a heavy weight is not needed.
As an example of the interpretation of an arrow in the figure which exceeds four months in shaft length in conjunction with its position in the figure: girl 2 had a delayed Onset and further delayed Completion.
The quality of the census data can, therefore, be greatly improved by the use of the registration records in conjunction with the field inquiries.
The data is now interpreted in conjunction with a price chart, usually of a popular stock average.
The efforts of various interest groups to control or influence governmental decisions, particularly when taken in conjunction with the impact of industralization, led to a concentration of attention on the legislative power and the means whereby policy could be formulated and enforced as law through bureaucratic institutions.
Holding the final corporation entitled to sue on the claim, the Court cited the Seaboard, Novo Trading, and Roomberg cases for the proposition that `` transfers by operation of law or in conjunction with changes of corporate structure are not assignments prohibited by the statute ''.
In later collages of both masters, a variety of extraneous materials are used, sometimes in the same work, and almost always in conjunction with every other eye-deceiving and eye-undeceiving device they can think of.
The preceding methods allow efficient use of index words and electronic switches during a sectionalized or multi-phase program, particularly when used in conjunction with the LITORIGIN statement.
He might have been hoping, to all appearances, that this relatively sunny symphony, in conjunction with the Choral Fantasy at the end of the program, could amount to something like the Ninth ; ;
However, many DSCs, and also go-to systems, can work in conjunction with laptop sky programs.
Arsenic occurs in many minerals, usually in conjunction with sulfur and metals, and also as a pure elemental crystal.
For a reader to assign the title of author upon any written work is to attribute certain standards upon the text which, for Foucault, are working in conjunction with the idea of " the author function ".
Examples of revoutionary art in conjunction with cultural / political movements:
It has been revived somewhat in conjunction with the environmental movement, and has been drawing an increasing number of adherents.
Amethyst is a purple variety of quartz ( SiO < sub > 2 </ sub >) and owes its violet color to irradiation, iron impurities ( in some cases in conjunction with transition element impurities ), and the presence of trace elements, which result in complex crystal lattice substitutions.

conjunction and show
Sometimes shows are limited exclusively to jumpers, sometimes jumper classes are offered in conjunction with other English-style events, and sometimes show jumping is but one division of very large, all-breed competitions that include a very wide variety of disciplines.
Studies show that under ideal propagation conditions ( simulations ), Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum ( DSSS ) provides the highest throughput for all nodes on a network when used in conjunction with CSMA / CA and the IEEE 802. 11 RTS / CTS exchange under light network load conditions.
In conjunction, measuring blood glucose level every 10 to 15 minutes after ingestion will show a " flat curve " in individuals with lactose malabsorption, while the lactase persistent will have a significant " top ", with a typical elevation of 50 % to 100 %, within one to two hours.
A popular product show, the AHR Expo, is held in conjunction with each winter meeting.
In everyday use, " sheet music " ( or simply " music ") can refer to the print publication of commercial music in conjunction with the release of a new film, show, record album, or other special or popular event which involves music.
Here she performed her solo vaudeville act in conjunction with a marionette show, singing somewhat off-colour songs which she later recorded for a couple of LPs.
Barris also made several attempts through the years at non-game formats, such as ABC's Operation Entertainment, a variety show staged at military bases akin to USO shows ; a CBS revival of Your Hit Parade ; and The Bobby Vinton Show, a Canadian-based syndicated variety show for singer Bobby Vinton ( produced in conjunction with Chris Bearde and Allan Blye ).
This was done in conjunction with what is known in the industry as counterprogramming, a technique in which a successful show is moved opposite a ratings hit on another network.
In 2011, the Zawinul estate, in conjunction with an independent label, released a 40th anniversary commemorative trilogy of previously unavailable Weather Report live shows: In March Live in Berlin 1975 was released both on vinyl and as a CD / DVD set ; in June the Live in Offenbach 1978 DVD was re-released together with a previously unavailable double CD of the complete show ; in October Live in Cologne 1983 was released as both DVD and double CD.
Cookbooks can also document the food of a specific chef ( particularly in conjunction with a cooking show ) or restaurant.
The next " Summer " show was scheduled to be held in conjunction with Spring COMDEX in Atlanta, however when only two dozen-or-so exhibitors signed on, the CES portion of the show was cancelled.
A moderately high Technology bias, in conjunction with a slightly higher Psionic bias could put the character into a world very similar to the TV show Firefly.
The atlas can show which genes and particular areas are effected in neurological disorders ; the action of a gene in a disease can be evaluated in conjunction with general expression patterns and this data could shed light on the role of the particular gene in the disorder.
Most years there are more major events-a craft and garden show, an exhibition, or a traditional village fete ( usually in conjunction with the Church ).
Studies show this training is ineffective by itself and does not increase the success rate when used in conjunction with a bedwetting alarm.
At a sold-out show in London for 1, 300 people, Bruce Gilbert and Graham Lewis of Wire joined Big Black onstage to play an encore of Wire's " Heartbeat " ( Big Black had released a cover version of the song as a single in conjunction with Headache ).
Several DVDs were released in conjunction with the show.
Morera's theorem can also be used in conjunction with Fubini's theorem and the Weierstrass M-test to show the analyticity of functions defined by sums or integrals, such as the Riemann zeta function
The very first NFRS show was staged at Clymping, West Sussex, in conjunction with the Southern Hamster Club.
The show offered Hannity's conservative views and Colmes's liberal views incorporated into a current news story, or in conjunction with a featured guest.
The show comprised 26 half-hour episodes and was produced by DIC Audiovisuel in conjunction with anime studio Tokyo Movie Shinsha.
For the 1979 auto show season, Ford in conjunction with its Ghia Operations in Turin, Italy, produced the Ford Fiesta Tuareg off-road car.
Mann's eighth book, The Flesh and The Spirit, published in 2010, was released in conjunction with a comprehensive show at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia.

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