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" In practical terms, the most important law in the code may well be the very first: " We enjoin, what is most necessary, that each man keep carefully his oath and his pledge ," which expresses a fundamental tenet of Anglo-Saxon law.
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The practical operational problem of lexicostatistics is the establishment of a basic list of items of meaning against which the particular forms or terms of languages can be matched as the medium of comparison.
In practical terms, however, since most of us are spontaneously self-centered, Buddhism encourages us to focus love and compassion on others, and thus can be characterized as " altruistic.
In practical terms, the ampere is a measure of the amount of electric charge passing a point in an electric circuit per unit time with 6. 241 × 10 < sup > 18 </ sup > electrons, or one coulomb per second constituting one ampere.
The practical definition may lead to confusion with the definition of a coulomb ( i. e., 1 amp-second ), but in practical terms this means that measures of a constant current ( e. g., the nominal flow of charge per second through a simple circuit ) will be defined in amperes ( e. g., " a 20 mA circuit ") and the flow of charge through a circuit over a period of time will be defined in coulombs ( e. g., " a variable-current circuit that flows a total of 10 coulombs over 5 seconds ").
Use of two guns was therefore a reasonable compromise, as this allowed one gun to be cocked as the other is being fired, in practical terms doubling the rate of fire and the available number of bullets.
In practical terms, this is generally possible only with securities and financial products that can be traded electronically, and even then, when each leg of the trade is executed the prices in the market may have moved.
In practical statistical analysis, the terms are often used before one has chosen even a preliminary form of analysis: thus an initial objective might be to " choose an appropriate measure of central tendency ".
The book's popularity had the effect of perpetuating many of these terms as part of the Standard English lexicon, even though they have long ceased to have any practical application.
Even in their original context of medieval venery, the terms were of the nature of kennings, intended as a mark of erudition of the gentlemen able to use them correctly rather than for practical communication.
Although attempts to abolish slavery failed by narrow margins in the legislature, in practical terms, the state had mostly ended the practice.
In practical terms, the equivalence of inertial reference frames means that scientists within a box moving uniformly cannot determine their absolute velocity by any experiment ( otherwise the differences would set up an absolute standard reference frame ).
The Vertebrata as a subphylum comprises such a small proportion of the Metazoa that to speak of the kingdom Animalia in terms of " Vertebrata " and " Invertebrata " would be about as practical as classifying animals into mayflies and non-mayflies, or transport into rowing boats and non-rowing boats.
In practical terms that means for an older standard definition TV set the ideal viewing distance was about 8 times the height ( not diagonal ) of the screen away.
This is to relay the authoritative nature of the Oral Law as authoritative in practical terms, as the traditions of the Oral Law are considered as the necessary basis for the interpretation, and often for the reading, of the Written Law.
In practical terms this means moose are more vulnerable in areas where wolf or bear populations were decimated in the past but are now rebounding.
It is believed that in practical terms the victory at Cedynia sealed Western Pomerania's fate as Mieszko ' dependency.
In practical terms, the defence will be more likely to raise the issue of mental incapacity to negate or minimise criminal liability.
In the other four de jure socialist states existing today — China, Cuba, Laos, and Vietnam — the ruling Parties hold Marxism – Leninism as their official ideology, although they give it different interpretations in terms of practical policy.
In practical terms, each additional user increases the total system load, leading to busy signals, the inability to get a dial tone, and poor customer support.
The domain of rhetoric is civic affairs and practical decision making in civic affairs, not theoretical considerations of operational definitions of terms and clarification of thought – these, for him, are in the domain of dialectic.
Each quatrain is accompanied with Persian text, a glossary of terms, Yoganada's spiritual interpretation, and practical interpretation.
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The Nashville plan, incidentally, has become recognized as perhaps the most acceptable and thus the most practical to put into effect in the troubled South.
From this belief is derived the practical orientation of our policy on the `` uncommitted '' ( `` neutralist '', `` contested '' ) nations, especially on those whose leaders make the most noise -- Nehru, Tito, Nkrumah, Sukarno, Betancourt, etc..
When the frequency response characteristics of practical components are considered, their effect on stability does not present the most serious limit on the system loop gain.
Many churches find the Sunday school hour to be the most practical time for adult preparation classes.
And in this country Gustave Weigel's delineation of the line between the sacral and secular orders during the last presidential campaign served to provide a most impressive Roman Catholic defense of the practical autonomy of both church and state.
For example, automobile wheels made of an aluminium alloy are commonly referred to as simply " alloy wheels ", although in point of fact steels and most other metals in practical use are also alloys.
Waldorf education is one of the most visible practical applications of an anthroposophical view and understanding of the human being and has been characterized as " the leader of the international movement for a New Education ,"
Ordinary Weston-type meter movements can measure only milliamperes at most, because the springs and practical coils can carry only limited currents.
This is perhaps one of the most practical ways to collect a national currency since probably the majority of coin reference books and coin albums catalogue in the same manner.
Many of these institutions and organizations present the most current research and practical outcomes at annual community college conferences.
Buddhism is a religion, a practical philosophy, and arguably a psychology, focusing on the teachings of Gautama Buddha, who lived on the Indian subcontinent most likely from the mid-6th to the early 5th century BCE.
* The maximum practical size for CRTs is around 24 inches for computer monitors ; most direct view CRT televisions are 36 inches or smaller, with regular-production models limited to about 40 inches.
In most practical computer vision applications, the computers are pre-programmed to solve a particular task, but methods based on learning are now becoming increasingly common.
Many computer languages require garbage collection, either as part of the language specification ( e. g., Java, C #, and most scripting languages ) or effectively for practical implementation ( e. g., formal languages like lambda calculus ); these are said to be garbage collected languages.
The Egyptians, Persians and other civilizations mostly used columns for the practical purpose of holding up the roof inside a building, preferring outside walls to be decorated with reliefs or painting, but the Ancient Greeks, followed by the Romans, loved to use them on the outside as well, and the extensive use of columns on the interior and exterior of buildings is one of the most characteristic features of classical architecture, in buildings like the Parthenon.
Following the examples of Vitruvius and the five books of the Regole generali d ' architettura by Sebastiano Serlio, published from 1537 onwards, Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola produced an architecture rule book that was more practical than the previous two books, which were more philosophical in nature, his Cinque ordini di erchitettura ( The Five Orders of Architecture ) from 1562 ; the book is considered " one of the most successful architectural textbooks ever written ", despite having no text apart from the notes and the introduction.
Since there was no apparent practical use for such a device at the time, the patent application was most likely simply a precaution in case someone else did find a use for the so-called Edison effect.
Frances and others have published debates on what they see as the six most essential questions in psychiatric diagnosis-are they more like theoretical constructs or more like diseases ; how to reach an agreed definition ; whether the DSM-V should take a cautious or conservative approach ; the role of practical rather than scientific considerations ; the issue of use by clinicians or researchers ; and whether an entirely different diagnostic system is required.