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Since the recognition of Israel as a nation state, claims are made in many cases which identify the claimant as a member of the new body politic.
Almost inevitably, the first result of this technological revolution was a reaction against the methods and in many cases the conclusions of the Oxford school of Stubbs, Freeman and ( particularly ) Green regarding the nature of the Anglo-Saxon conquest of Britain.
The measure was instantly taken, as always in such cases, of public men at many levels.
Nor would it be possible in many cases for them to live in health or any effectiveness on what their counterparts abroad are paid.
In addition, production machinery must in many cases be designed to handle with equal efficiency both natural fibers and the increasing number of synthetics, as well as blends.
In many cases the revolutionary production has offered no more than sensational effects: the first hearing was fascinating and the second disillusioning as the gap between sound and substance became clearer.
In many cases, you must file a complete set of plans with the local building inspector.
Technical assistance in training middle- and upper-level management personnel is still needed in many cases.
In addition, in many cases, a variety of concrete social resources -- homemaker, day care, medical and financial aid -- must be reasonably available for the reality support needed to bolster the family in its individual and collective coping and integrative efforts.
Basically, the foam machines that produce such stock consist of two or more pumping units, a variable mixer, a nozzle carriage assembly, and, in many cases, a conveyor belt to transport and contain the liquid during the reaction process and until it solidifies into foam.
In many cases it is not possible to divide the process into a finite number of discrete stages, since the state of the stream is transformed in a continuous manner through the process.
As `` a matter of fact no such complete solution of the dream has ever been accomplished in any case,, and what is more, every one attempting such solution has found that in most cases there have remained a great many components of the dream the source of which he has been unable to explain nor is the discussion closed on the subject of the mantic or prophetic power of dreams ''.
By 1910 the courts were crowded with cases, many of them brought by freebooters who trafficked in disputed inventions.
Investors who wanted 100 shares in many cases ended up with 25, and customers who had put in a bid to buy 400 shares found themselves with 100 and counted themselves lucky to get that many.
Fields of corn and some other crops in many cases are so dense that older equipment cannot handle them efficiently.
And, as Hal found out, obviously mistaken in many cases.
Lincoln handled many transportation cases in the midst of the nation's western expansion, particularly the conflicts arising from the operation of river barges under the many new railroad bridges.
However, because altruism ultimately benefits the self in many cases, the selflessness of altruistic acts is brought to question.
In particular, social sciences often develop statistical descriptions rather than the general laws derived in physics or chemistry, or they may explain individual cases through more general principles, as in many fields of psychology.
A " notice of appeal " is a form or document that in many cases is required to begin an appeal.
In many cases, rate enhancements methods may be used to speed up the generation of messages.
As per the American Dental Association, regular brushing and proper flossing are enough in most cases although the ADA has placed its Seal of Approval on many mouthwashes containing alcohol ( in addition to regular dental check-ups ).

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To say that science had reduced many such fears merely reiterates the obvious and frequent statement that science eliminated much of magic and superstition.
The basic goal finds partial expression in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a statement initiated and endorsed by individuals and organizations of many religious and philosophical traditions.
Recognizing the truth of the statement by the Institute of Public Administration that `` Metropolian Planning ( in Rhode Island ) means, or should mean, state planning '', the state guide plan will take into account the metropolitan nature of many of Rhode Island's problems.
For a statement of costs per kilowatt-hour would ignore the fact that many of these costs are not a function of kilowatt-hour output ( or consumption ) of energy.
As many as ten digital switches may be named and provided by the DSW statement for consideration by the SETSW and logic macro-instructions.
Statements in this class include the statement that P = NP, the Riemann hypothesis, and many other unsolved mathematical problems.
Among other things, this feature allows a single iterative statement to process arbitrarily many elements of an array.
While many of the modifications in the newer editions make minor alterations to dynamics and articulation, both editions change the orchestral lead-in to the final statement of the choral theme in the fourth movement ( IV: m525 m542 ).
With no central authority individual congregations are responsible for maintaining orthodoxy in belief and practice, and the statement of faith is seen by many as useful to this end.
In 1937 Wollheim founded the Fantasy Amateur Press Association, whose first mailing ( July 1937 ) included this statement from Wollheim: " There are many fans desiring to put out a voice who dare not, for fear of being obliged to keep it up, and for the worry and time taken by subscriptions and advertising.
The United Nations stance on discrimination includes the statement: " Discriminatory behaviors take many forms, but they all involve some form of exclusion or rejection.
Sun Myung Moon, founder of the Unification Church ( many of whose members were targets of deprogramming ) issued this statement in 1983:
The statement, interpreted as support for Quebec independence, delighted many Quebecers but angered the Canadian government and many English Canadians.
His Judaism: The Evidence of the Mishnah ( Chicago, 1981 ; translated into Hebrew and Italian ) is the classic statement of his work and the first of many comparable volumes on the other documents of the rabbinic canon.
This statement may be verified by the many executions of key Parliament members and Generals after the restoration of King Charles II.
Indirection: in many contexts, can be used, and effectively substitutes the contents of VBL into another MUMPS statement.
As a result of his statement, many other statehooders and commonwealth supporters went to the United Nations requesting the end of the colonial status.
However, this is not the stronger sense of completeness desired for Principia Mathematica, since a given system of axioms ( such as those of Principia Mathematica ) may have many models, in some of which a given statement is true and in others of which that statement is false, so that the statement is left undecided by the axioms.
He deconstructed many of the Greek plays ’ finely constructed plots ; he reduced some, exaggerated others of the nicely drawn characters of Menander and of Menander ’ s contemporaries and followers into caricatures ; he substituted for or superimposed upon the elegant humor of his models his own more vigorous, more simply ridiculous foolery in action, in statement, even in language.
Harsh acknowledges that Gomme ’ s statement was probably made before the discovery of many of the papyri that we now have.
In a statement published on a pro-rebel Web site, the FARC-EP said the unilateral release demonstrated the group's willingness to engage the Colombian government in talks over the release of as many as 800 people who are still being held.

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