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order and meet
Hence the totality of singular lines is the T order complex of lines which meet Aj.
For if such were the case, either the plane of the two lines would meet **zg in more than K points or, alternatively, the order of the image regulus of the pencil determined by the two lines would be too high.
The commander of Fort Sumter, South Carolina, Major Robert Anderson sent a request for provisions to Washington, and the execution of Lincoln's order to meet that request was seen by the secessionists as an act of war.
For example, a vertex configuration of ( 4, 6, 8 ) means that a square, hexagon, and octagon meet at a vertex ( with the order taken to be clockwise around the vertex ).
Later however the Government turned around and gave 50 % of the order to Philips and their P2000 homecomputer even though the P2000 did not meet all the technical demands, was made in Austria and did not have network hard nor software.
Typically, a work must meet minimal standards of originality in order to qualify for copyright, and the copyright expires after a set period of time ( some jurisdictions may allow this to be extended ).
He ordered that an imam meet him there in order to chant the Muslim Creed:I testify that there is no God but Allah.
A large number of athletes who are unable to turn professional take a second job or even sometimes abandon their athletic aspirations in order to make ends meet.
The office originally granted the holder the ability to speak first at session on the topic presented by the presiding magistrate, but eventually gained the power to open and close the senate sessions, decide the agenda, decide where the session should take place, impose order and other rules of the session, meet in the name of the senate with embassies of foreign countries, and write in the name of the senate letters and dispatches.
In order to meet demands of robustness, accuracy and practicality, an implementation will be a complex combination of different techniques.
The standards do require discs to meet precise requirements in order to be called Compact Discs, but the other discs may be called by other names ; if this were not true, no DVD drive could legally bear the Compact Disc logo.
In cartography, technology has continually changed in order to meet the demands of new generations of mapmakers and map users.
In order to meet this new job demand, high schools were created and the curriculum focused on practical job skills that would better prepare students for white collar or skilled blue collar work.
Teachers are encouraged to embed these technological devices and services in the curriculum in order to enhance students learning and meet the needs of various types of learners.
Max, Lauren, and Nan meet with attorney Steven Brillstein ( Tom Hulce ), who encourages Max to exaggerate his testimony in order to increase Nan's compensation settlement offer from the airline.
According to the usul al-fiqh ( principles of jurisprudence ), the fatwā must meet the following conditions in order to be valid:
Hengist continues that they were driven from their native country because " the laws of the kingdom require it " and details that Saxony had become overpopulated ; the tradition of their people dictates that when their lands are overstocked with people, the princes of all their provinces meet, and they order that all of the youth of the kingdom assemble before them.
In order to be insurable, the risk insured against must meet certain characteristics in order to be an insurable risk.
The government continues its efforts to raise new sovereign debt in local and international financial markets in order to meet its U. S. dollar debt obligations, to mop up liquidity to maintain the exchange rate and to help fund the current budget deficit.
In 2006 Koenigsegg introduced the CCX, a new model, that was created in order to meet worldwide regulations for road use.
In order to meet the increasing traffic and the demands of the Imperial German Navy, between 1907 and 1914 the canal width was increased.
" Digital paint was also used for the first time in parts of Princess Mononoke in order to meet release deadlines.
North American-spec 1983 and 1984 S models used, among other differences, smaller valves, milder camshafts, narrower intake manifolds, and additional pollution equipment in order to meet emissions regulations, and were limited to 234 hp ( 174 kW / 230 PS ) as a result.
The stock parasite in this play, Gelasimus, has a patron-client relationship with this family and offers to do any job in order to make ends meet ; Owens puts forward that Plautus is portraying the economic hardship many Roman citizens were experiencing due to the cost of war.

order and Norman's
However, orders were still not forthcoming and following failure to win a military order for the ' Firecracker ' design, Norman's company was wrapped up.
After finding out that Norman gave the order to Bullseye to do this, Baldwin destroys an expensive, one-of-a-kind eavesdropping device of Osborn's with his powers, while reminding him that unlike many of the Thunderbolts under Norman's leadership, he has no failsafe nanites in him that force his compliance.
There is no information about the distinctive ostinati, countermelodies, and bridges introduced by Barry that are juxtaposed with Norman's motif in order to flesh out the arrangement.
Norman's narrative is seen as a series of flashbacks set in the 1940s and 1950s, some slightly out of order.

order and hospital
Judge Benjamin Michaelson signed the order remanding the boy to the hospital because of the lack of juvenile accommodations at the Anne Arundel County Jail.
However, it turned out that in order to get Ackerman home, the hospital had cured his infection with antibiotics.
This is not the case in England and Wales, where under the Criminal Procedure ( Insanity and Unfitness to Plead ) Act of 1991 ( amended by the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act, 2004 to remove the option of a guardianship order ), the court can mandate a hospital order, a restriction order ( where release from hospital requires the permission of the Home Secretary ), a " supervision and treatment " order, or an absolute discharge.
Supervised Community Treatment orders means people can be discharged to the community on a conditional basis, remaining liable to recall to hospital if they break the conditions of the community treatment order.
In order to make money for his newly founded company, he made The Kingdom ( Riget, 1994 ) and The Kingdom II ( Riget II, 1997 ), a pair of miniseries recorded in the Danish national hospital, the name " Riget " being a colloquial name for the hospital known as Rigshospitalet ( lit.
The legal recognition of midwifery has brought midwives into the mainstream of health care with universal funding for services, hospital privileges, rights to prescribe medications commonly needed during pregnancy, birth and postpartum, and rights to order blood work and ultrasounds for their own clients and full consultation access to physicians.
He was transferred to a military hospital in order to assess if, at 52, he was still fit for compulsory military service.
# Where the sentence for the offence to which the finding relates is fixed by law ( e. g. murder ), the court must make a hospital order restricting discharge without limitation of time.
Otherwise, if there is adequate medical evidence and the defendant has been convicted of an imprisonable offence, a hospital order requires that the defendant be admitted to and detained in a hospital for treatment for a mental disorder ( see sections 37-43 of the Mental Health Act 1983 ).
:: a hospital order and an order restricting discharge either for a limited or unlimited period of time ;
Fears were confirmed when on 30 July a German medical corps colonel presented himself with an order for the requisition of two public buildings for the establishment of a military hospital.
Simple triage is usually used in a scene of an accident or " mass-casualty incident " ( MCI ), in order to sort patients into those who need critical attention and immediate transport to the hospital and those with less serious injuries.
* 1198: The brethren of the Crusader hospital in Acre are raised to a military order of knights, the Teutonic Knights, formally known as the Order of the Knights of the Hospital of St. Mary of the Teutons in Jerusalem.
They found that " the likelihood of psychiatric hospital admission was significantly reduced by ~ 25 % during the initial six-month court order ( odds ratio
Franco Basaglia, a leading Italian psychiatrist who inspired and was the architect of the psychiatric reform in Italy, also defined mental hospital as an oppressive, locked and total institution in which prison-like, punitive rules are applied, in order to gradually eliminate its own contents, and patients, doctors and nurses are all subjected ( at different levels ) to the same process of institutionalism.

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