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contrast and Burns
Before using machinima, Burnie Burns and Matt Hullum of Rooster Teeth Productions spent US $ 9, 000 to produce a live-action independent film ; in contrast, the four Xbox game consoles used to make Red vs. Blue in 2005 cost $ 600.
In contrast, Jennifer Burns says some critics " dismiss Rand as a shallow thinker appealing only to adolescents ," although Burns thinks the critics " miss her significance " as a " gateway drug " to right-wing politics.
Arnold, by contrast, replies that he himself, in conforming to the dictates of society, has become " the best possible Arnold Burns ".
One of the major themes of Kirk's campaign was his strong support for the death penalty, in contrast to Collins ', Bryant's and Burns ' opposition to capital punishment.
The second involved Homer getting a new job for an employee-friendly, silicon valley type, modern boss who would stand in contrast with Mr. Burns, an authoritarian, 19th century style boss.

contrast and Winchester
His younger brothers, in contrast, attended the superior Winchester College.
In contrast, the route to Winchester is mostly likely lost through neglect in the Dark Ages, before present field patterns emerged.

contrast and was
In contrast, for the girl the epiphysis was slightly advanced at Onset and delayed at Completion.
In contrast to the nuclear changes described above, another change in muscle nuclei was seen, usually occurring in fibers that were somewhat smaller than normal but that showed distinct cross-striations and myofibrillae.
A red filter, Zeiss barrier filter with the code ( Schott ) designation BG 23, was also used in the ocular lens assembly as it improved the contrast between specific and nonspecific fluorescence.
It did not serve to contrast the existing order of society with a possible alternative order, because the age of innocence was not a possible alternative once man had sinned.
But there was a contrast even more decisive than a hunger for fact between the Trial in Jerusalem and those in Moscow and New York.
There was a marked contrast in the amount of information on bride and groom.
Backstage was tomblike by contrast.
There was considerable contrast between this Mulligan performance and that of Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers, who are able to generate a tremendous sound for such a small group.
By contrast, the National Union Party was united and energized as Lincoln made emancipation the central issue, and state Republican parties stressed the perfidy of the Copperheads.
To Northerners, in contrast, the motivation was primarily to preserve the Union, not to abolish slavery.
In contrast, there was an Old Text school that advocated the use of Confucian works written in ancient language ( from this comes the denomination Old Text ) that were so much more reliable.
Machiavelli goes on to reason that Agathocles ' success, in contrast to other criminal tyrants, was due to his ability to mitigate his crimes by limiting them to those that " are applied at one blow and are necessary to one's security, and that are not persisted in afterwards unless they can be turned to the advantage of the subjects ".
Such a " wild type " allele was historically regarded as dominant, common, and " normal ", in contrast to " mutant " alleles regarded as recessive, rare, and frequently deleterious.
By the standards of 19th century tycoons, Carnegie was not a particularly ruthless man but a humanitarian with enough acquisitiveness to go in the ruthless pursuit of money ; on the other hand, the contrast between his life and the lives of many of his own workers and of the poor, in general, was stark.
This was in marked contrast to the four attempts at political union between 1606 and 1689, which all failed owing to a lack of political will in both kingdoms.
Don Chisciotte was a mix of ballet and opera buffa, and the lead female roles in L ' amore innocente were designed to contrast and highlight the different traditions of operatic writing for soprano, even borrowing stylistic flourishes from opera-seria in the use of coloratura in what was a short pastoral comedy more in keeping with a Roman Intermezzo.
By contrast, Kabbalism assumed an " eternal Torah " which was not identical to the Torah written in Hebrew.
The contrast between a high level of education and a low level of political rights was particularly great in Aarau, and the city refused to send troops to defend the Bernese border.
In contrast, no significant mortality reduction was observed with ARB treatment ( HR 0. 99 ; 95 % CI, 0. 94-1. 04 ; P = 0. 683 ).
" The term was introduced by Apollonius of Perga in his work on conic sections, but in contrast to its modern meaning, he used it to mean any line that does not intersect the given curve.
In contrast with modern basketball nets, this peach basket retained its bottom, and balls had to be retrieved manually after each " basket " or point scored ; this proved inefficient, however, so the bottom of the basket was removed, allowing the balls to be poked out with a long dowel each time.
In this study, the UK school children had a low baseline cellular immunity to mycobacteria which was increased by BCG ; in contrast, the Malawi school children had a high baseline cellular immunity to mycobacteria and this was not significantly increased by BCG.

contrast and talented
This was a contrast to the Nationals ' roster at the time, which had some talented players who lacked experience playing for winning teams.
From the perspective of the 1960s counter-culture revolution, John Markoff, in his book What the Dormouse Said, also follows Englebart's persistence in creating ARC as not only a collection of talented off-beat engineers working in direct contrast to the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory nearby, but also as a sociological experiment that constructed and tested methods for group creation and design.

contrast and surgeon
In contrast to his years as Surgeon General, when it was his policies and speeches that had bearing on other people, his years as an operating pediatric surgeon involved a more individualized, direct, hands-on effect on others.
In contrast to a biopsy that merely samples a lesion, a larger excisional specimen called a resection may come to a pathologist, typically from a surgeon attempting to eradicate a known lesion from a patient.
In contrast to today's concept of surgery as a profession that emphasizes cleanliness and conscientiousness, at the beginning of the 20th century the mark of a busy and successful surgeon was the profusion of blood and fluids on his clothes.

contrast and who
i.e., burglars who rob while the tenants are absent, in contrast to hot-slough prowlers, those who work while the occupants are home.
Their experience is quite in contrast with that of children of upper- and upper-middle-class native-born parents, who are more likely to regard education as good for its own sake and to discount the vocational emphases in the curriculum.
His personality appears more striking by contrast with Marina, who is -- perhaps purposely -- rather superficially characterized.
To contrast with the more stereotyped descriptions, Christie often characterised the " foreigners " in such a way as to make the reader understand and sympathise with them ; this is particularly true of her Jewish characters, who are seldom actually criminals.
Paneloux's death is in contrast to Tarrou's, who fights valiantly against death when his turn comes.
The term Building design professional ( or Design professional ), by contrast, is a much broader term including professionals who practice independently under an alternate profession, such as engineering professionals, or those who assist in the practice architecture under the supervision of a licensed architect, such as architectural technologists and intern architects.
In contrast, Jains agree with Hindus that violence in self-defense can be justified, and they agree that a soldier who kills enemies in combat is performing a legitimate duty.
They are largely Sunni Muslims, in contrast to the Hazara, who are mostly Shias.
After Bennett's death his son took over the company, and the posters were replaced with pictures of the son ( who looked imposing and stern in contrast to his father's kindly demeanour ) with the text " Let me be your big brother.
In one such incident involving the 1972 explosion and sinking of the tanker, the Coast Guard photographed the wreck and recovered several bodies, in contrast with one Triangle author's claim that all the bodies had vanished, with the exception of the captain, who was found sitting in his cabin at his desk, clutching a coffee cup.
" By contrast, the composition from the Byzantine point of view portrays Constantine Palaeologus as a brave leader who gave his life for the cause.
During dream sleep, in contrast, people who are awakened report rich and detailed experiences in which events form a continuous progression, which may however be interrupted by bizarre or fantastic intrusions.
Claudius has been portrayed in film on several other occasions, including in the 1979 motion picture Caligula, the role being performed by Giancarlo Badessi in which the character was depicted as an idiot, in contrast to Robert Graves ' portrait of Claudius as a cunning and deeply intelligent man who is perceived by others to be an idiot.
His Superman, by contrast, was very much the model of the classic hero who stood up straight and spoke in a more formal and authoritative voice.
In North America those who continued to associate with Britain on the basis of the amended 1898 statement became known as the Amended Fellowship, in contrast to the Unamended Fellowship, who took their lead from the Christadelphian Advocate Magazine of Thomas Williams of Chicago.
By contrast, a person who had been acquitted of a lesser offence could not be tried for an aggravated form even if new evidence became available.
In contrast to the east side, the central and west neighborhoods originally contained many of the working class Germans who settled the town.
In contrast, the Holy See has not questioned the validity of the consecrations that the late Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre performed in 1988 for the service of the relatively numerous followers of the Traditionalist Catholic Society of St. Pius X that he had founded, and of the bishops who, under pressure from the Chinese Catholic Patriotic Association, " have been ordained without the Pontifical mandate and who have not asked for, or have not yet obtained, the necessary legitimation ", and who consequently, Pope Benedict XVI has declared, " are to be considered illegitimate, but validly ordained ".
There is thus an ironic contrast between Paul's own temporal imprisonment and Philemon's temporal freedom ( and mastery over Onesimus ), balanced by the inversion of that relationship in what Paul sees as his own spiritual authority over Philemon and Philemon's spiritual subservience to Paul, who is claiming that Onesimus – temporally, a slave – is, spiritually speaking, not simply equal to his master but a brother of his.

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