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In need of a model for his statuette, Gibbons was introduced by his future wife Dolores del Río to Mexican film director and actor Emilio " El Indio " Fernández.
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However, with changes in the model specification such as, in this example, hybrid gas-electric cars, rules may need to change.
It should be noted that measuring schedule performance using EVM does not replace the need to understand schedule performance versus the project's schedule model ( precedence network ).
The post-read control is designed so that applications need not issue a search request after an update – it is bad form to retrieve an entry for the sole purpose of checking that an update worked because of the replication eventual consistency model.
According to Bohr's model of the atom, electrons have a high velocity, and the larger the nucleus they are orbiting the faster they would need to move.
The primary benefit is to eliminate dependence on a particular OSI model data link layer technology, such as Asynchronous Transfer Mode ( ATM ), Frame Relay, Synchronous Optical Networking ( SONET ) or Ethernet, and eliminate the need for multiple layer-2 networks to satisfy different types of traffic.
Due to its simplicity, the model allows insight into quantum effects without the need for complicated mathematics.
The “ gang suppression model ” is believed by some to be the basis for increased policing, the theory being based on the idea that Latinos are violent and out of control and are therefore “ in need of suppression ”.
We badly need a complete edition of Paine's writings on the model of Eric Foner's edition for the Library of America, but until that goal is achieved, Philip Foner's two-volume edition is a serviceable substitute.
However, the heat removal problem is central to all electrical apparatus such that in the case of high value transfomer assets, this often translates in a need to monitor, model, forecast and manage oil and winding conductor insulation temperature conditions under varying, possibly difficult, power loading conditions.
In any access control model, the entities that can perform actions in the system are called subjects, and the entities representing resources to which access may need to be controlled are called objects ( see also Access Control Matrix ).
In order to maintain this quantity of models, they need to manage model versions and move on to automated data mining.
The key insight provided by Winograd and Flores is that the state-transition diagram representing the SOCIAL ( Illocutionary ) negotiation of the two parties involved is generally much, much simpler than any model representing the world in which those parties are making claims-in short-the system tracking the status of the ' conversation for action ' need not be concerned with modeling all of the realities of the external world-a conversation for action is critically dependent upon certain stereotypical CLAIMS about the status of the world made by the two parties.
Conservatives would subscribe more strongly and more often to a model that he calls the " strict father model " and has a family structured around a strong, dominant " father " ( government ), and assumes that the " children " ( citizens ) need to be disciplined to be made into responsible " adults " ( morality, self-financing ).
Sudbury model democratic schools adduce that in their schools no one child has ever been forced, pushed, urged, cajoled, or bribed into learning how to read or write -- no need to do that to the modern child, streetwise and nurtured on TV -- and they have had no dyslexia.
There are 3 fundamental physical units in this equation: time t, mass m, and length l, and 4 dimensional variables, T, M, L, and g. Thus we need only 4 − 3 = 1 dimensionless parameter, denoted π, and the model can be re-expressed as
Most developed countries now provide a government funded emergency medical service, which can be run on a national level, as is the case in the United Kingdom, where a national network of ambulance trusts operate an emergency service, paid for through central taxation, and available to anyone in need, or can be run on a more regional model, as is the case in the United States, where individual authorities have the responsibility for providing these services.
In July 2006, under Division 12A of Part VII of the Family Law Act, the Court implemented its model for ' less adversarial trials ' - to be applied to all new child related proceedings in the Family Court, without the need for consent of the parties.
While this force in the rigid model depends only on the radius r of the satellite, in the fluid case we need to consider all the points on the surface and the tidal force depends on the distance Δd from the center of mass to a given particle projected on the line joining the satellite and the main body.
Similarly, if we wanted to predict the size of the earth's population in 1993 within a few percent, we would need a very much more complicated model than the one described here.
As is attested by the ambiguity of the holes in the sides of the Phoenician model, and the skiff from Meketre, archaeologists need to be aware of the possibility of artistic error while interpreting ancient ship models.
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We spoke of the need for advertising, and I agreed that the deep dive would be most useful for publicity.
-- liberal considers that the need for a national economy with controls that will assure his conception of social justice is so great that individual and local liberties as well as democratic processes may have to yield before it.
This confession serves to make clear in part what is behind this sexual revolution: the craving for sensation for its own sake, the need for change, for new experiences.
But while the corporation has all the disadvantages of the socialist form of organization ( so cumbersome it cannot constructively do much of anything not compatible with its need to perpetuate itself and maintain its status quo ), unluckily it does not have the desirable aspect of socialism, the motivation to operate for the benefit of society as a whole.
The immediate need for this kind of co-operation is underscored by the strain in this nation's international balance of payments.
A need so deeply planted, asking for direction, so to speak, is likely to be gratified by the vivid examples and heroic proportions of literature.
It need hardly be remarked that Thompson was not generally known for his scrupulosity about keeping his social engagements, which makes his irritation in this letter all the more significant.
A realistic balancing of the need for new forms of international organization on the one hand, and our capacity to achieve them on the other, must be approached through the concept of `` community ''.
The final decision went to the executive but a way has been opened for strengthening budgeting procedures and to provide legislators information they need.
New Jersey folk need not be told of the builder's march to the sea, for in a single generation he has parceled and populated miles of our shoreline and presses on to develop the few open spaces that remain.
And then there is St. Louis county, where the Democratic leadership has shown little appreciation of the need for sound zoning, of the important relationship between proper land use and economic growth.
St. Louis county under its present leadership also has largely closed its eyes to the need for governmental reform, and permitted parochial interests to take priority over area-wide interests.
If in a town of 2,000 private homes, half of them have shelters, the need for the community shelters will be reduced to that extent.
Thanks for continuing to capture the attention and uncover so many areas of need in this amazing world.
But there was no need, he remembered, for his hand to reach out, for his face to show concern or stoicism.