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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.
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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.
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.
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.
In many cases that statement -- `` We break even on our downtown operation and make money on our branches '' -- would be turned around if the cost analysis were recalculated on terms less prejudicial to the old store.
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.
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.
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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A revolutionary adding machine was the Sensimatic, which was able to perform many business functions semi-automatically.
Their inherent focus on practical implementation of technology has tended to keep them oriented more towards incremental-level redesigns and reconfigurations, as opposed to revolutionary research & development or ideas that would be many years from clinical adoption ; however, there is a growing effort to expand this time-horizon over which clinical engineers can influence the trajectory of biomedical innovation.
Its widespread use in many Roman structures, a key event in the history of architecture termed the Roman Architectural Revolution, freed Roman construction from the restrictions of stone and brick material and allowed for revolutionary new designs in terms of both structural complexity and dimension.
Shortly thereafter, however, many critics arose to challenge its status as a revolutionary movement.
Beaux and her art friends defended the old order, and many thought ( and hoped ) the new movement to be a passing fad, but it turned out to be a revolutionary turn in American art.
Because deconstruction examines the internal logic of any given text or discourse it helped many authors to analyse the contradictions inherent in all schools of thought, and as such it has proved revolutionary in political analysis, particularly ideology critiques.
Engraving by Dominique Vivant | Denon. David incorporated many revolutionary symbols into these theatrical performances and orchestrated ceremonial rituals ; in effect radicalizing the applied arts, themselves.
Royalty across Europe was horrified and many heretofore neutral countries soon joined the war against revolutionary France.
After the upheaval of the revolutionary period, the reestablishment of the Church was seen by many people as a welcome return to normalcy.
In the United States the Federalist Style contained many elements of Georgian style, but incorporated revolutionary symbols.
In its heyday, many celebrities belonged to the Golden Dawn, such as actress Florence Farr, Irish revolutionary Maud Gonne, Irish writer William Butler Yeats, Welsh author Arthur Machen, English author Evelyn Underhill, and English author Aleister Crowley.
Based in Paris, the paper had been established and was run by many activists connected to the revolutionary socialist League of the Just, which would come to be better known as the Communist League within a few years.
Opposition to the use of violence has not prohibited anarcho-pacifists from accepting the principle of resistance or even revolutionary action ( see: non-violent revolution ) provided it does not result in violence ; it was in fact their approval of such forms of opposition to power that lead many anarcho-pacifists to endorse the anarcho-syndicalist concept of the general strike as the great revolutionary weapon.
The Autonomist Marxist and Autonomen movements provided inspiration to some on the revolutionary left in English speaking countries, particularly among anarchists, many of whom have adopted autonomist tactics.
During the following administrations, since 1928, many of the revolutionary ideals were put into effect, among them the free distribution of land to peasants and farmers, the nationalization of the oil companies, the birth and rapid growth of the Social Security Institute as well as that of Labor Unions, and the protection of national industries.
This attempt was unsuccessful, in part because many liberals feared social-democratic revolutionary ideals.
The guillotine ( called the " National Razor ") became the symbol of the revolutionary cause, strengthened by a string of executions: Marie Antoinette, King Louis XVI, the Girondins, Philippe Égalité ( Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans ), and Madame Roland, as well as many others, such as pioneering chemist Antoine Lavoisier, lost their lives under its blade.
These could have included inherent issues with revolutionary ideology, and / or the need of a weapon for political repression in a time of significant foreign and civil upheaval, leading to many different interpretations by historians.
In addition, there was a concern, shared by many Central Powers as well, that the socialist revolutionary ideas would spread to the West.
Burroughs ' use of experimentation such as the cut-up technique and his appropriation of science fiction tropes in radical ways proved the extent to which prose fiction could prove revolutionary, and many New Wave writers sought to emulate this style.
It is widely accepted by many scholars that the period of the FSLN guiding the Nicaraguan revolution through the control of the state was a living experiment in an attempt to construct a truly democratic and revolutionary socialism.
A closer study of Greek Philosophy and Greek Mathematics demonstrates that nearly all of the so-called revolutionary results of the so-called scientific revolution were in actuality restatements of ideas that were in many cases older than those of Aristotle and in nearly all cases at least as old as Archimedes.