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In the range and variety of characters who, in their literary lives, get along all right with life styles one never imagined possible, there is an implicit lesson in differentiation.
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range and variety
Altogether, the list will give us considerable variety in attitudes and some typical ones, for these critics range all the way from censors to those who consider art above ethics, all the way from Plato to Poe.
Societies range widely in their goals, depending on a variety of factors such as geographic spread, local circumstances, size, and membership.
The latest AIM-120D AMRAAM has a significantly lower range of about, but the AMRAAM is much shorter, lighter, and more flexible in its use against a wide variety of targets, including fighter planes, bombers, helicopters, patrol planes, and reconnaissance planes.
Amplifiers may be classified in a variety of ways depending on their application, the frequency range they cover, or the active devices used.
The bassoon is a non-transposing instrument known for its distinctive tone color, wide range, variety of character and agility.
The role has involved Charles playing a variety of alternative characters, including a gangster, a cowboy, and angelic and evil versions of Lister, and in him carrying out a wide range of stunts, and acting involving special effects.
The history of Chinese cuisine stretches back for many centuries and produced both change from period to period and variety in what could be called traditional Chinese food, leading Chinese to pride themselves on eating a wide range of foods.
With its range of high grassy moorland, bogs, farmland and deep wooded valleys, Dartmoor also provides a range of habitats for a variety of birds, some quite rare.
Opportunities are offered at multiple skill levels and across a variety of sports to service a range of interest and ability.
For example, in jazz, aspiring bassists have to learn how to perform a wide range of pizzicato tones, including using the sides of the fingers to create a full, deep sound for ballads, using the tips of the fingers for fast walking basslines or solos, and performing a variety of percussive ghost notes by raking muted or partially muted strings.
As well, there are a variety of other training programs such as classical summer camps and orchestral, opera, or chamber music training festivals, which give students the opportunity to play a wide range of music.
Caucasians of predominantly Mediterranean stock, the Berbers present a broad range of physical types and speak a variety of mutually unintelligible Berber dialects that belong to the Berber family of the Afro-Asiatic language family.
Trying a range of bullets and a variety of powders will determine what combination of bullet and powder gives the most consistent velocities and accuracies.
Inorganic compounds show rich variety: A: Diborane features Three-center two-electron bond | unusual bonding B: Caesium chloride has an archetypal crystal structure C: Cyclopentadienyliron dicarbonyl dimer | Fp < sub > 2 </ sub > is an Organometallic chemistry | organometallic complex D: Polydimethylsiloxane | Silicone's uses range from breast implant s to Silly Putty E: Grubbs ' catalyst won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry | 2005 Nobel Prize for Robert H. Grubbs | its discoverer F: Zeolite s find extensive use as molecular sieve s G: Copper ( II ) acetate surprised Theoretical chemistry | theoreticians with its diamagnetism
Because of its wide range of latitude and seasonal winds, Japan has a variety of climates, with a latitude range often compared to that of the east coast of North America, from Nova Scotia to the U. S. state of Georgia.
Jazz guitarists learn to perform these chords over the range of different chord progressions used in jazz, such as the II-V-I progression, the jazz-style blues progression, the minor jazz-style blues form, the " rhythm changes " progression, and the variety of chord progressions used in jazz ballads, and jazz standards.
While dense rainforest is its preferred habitat, the jaguar will range across a variety of forested and open terrains.
Midwifery in Greco-Roman antiquity covered a wide range of women, including old women who continued folk medical traditions in the villages of the Roman Empire, trained midwives who garnered their knowledge from a variety of sources, and highly trained women who were considered female physicians.
A variety of techniques may be employed for the synthesis of a polymeric material with a range of architectures, for example Living polymerization.
Sri Lanka has declared 24 wildlife reserves, which are home to a wide range of native species such as Asian elephants, leopards, sloth bears, the unique small loris, a variety of deer, the purple-faced langur, the endangered wild boar, porcupines and anteaters.
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The Charles Men has a tremendous range of characters, of common folk even more than of major figures.
This approach also led quickly, as it did in T & T, to players playing a wide range of non-human characters and game worlds that were deeply pluralist.
When an HTML document includes special characters outside the range of seven-bit ASCII two goals are worth considering: the information's integrity, and universal browser display.
The consequence of choosing incorrectly is that characters outside the printable ASCII range ( 32 to 126 ) usually appear incorrectly.
This presents few problems for English-speaking users, but other languages regularly — in some cases, always — require characters outside that range.
However, for backward compatibility with early HTML authors and browsers that ignored this restriction, raw characters and numeric character references in the 80 – 9F range are interpreted by some browsers as representing the characters mapped to bytes 80 – 9F in the Windows-1252 encoding.
Frequently political in nature, Doonesbury features characters representing a range of affiliations, but the cartoon is noted for a liberal viewpoint.
Using Unicode characters, the faces < big >&# x2680 ; &# x2681 ; &# x2682 ; &# x2683 ; &# x2684 ; &# x2685 ;</ big >, can be shown in text using the range U + 2680 – U + 2685 or using decimal.
The Windows-1252 codepage coincides with ISO-8859-1 for all codes except the range 128 to 159 ( hex 80 to 9F ), where the little-used C1 controls are replaced with additional characters.
Designed to be efficient and mostly human readable when used for text data consisting primarily of US-ASCII characters but also containing a small proportion of bytes with values outside that range.
Plautus ’ range of characters was created through his use of various techniques, but probably the most important is his use of stock characters and situations in his various plays.
Many individuals, companies, and countries defined extra characters as needed — often re-assigning control characters, or using value in the range from 128 to 255.
The magic user and the thief are both non-confrontational characters, as they lack the close range ability of the fighter, but are better able to attack from a distance, using daggers or spells.
Dean Amadon proposed in 1949 that subspecies would be defined according to the seventy-five percent rule which means that 75 % of a population must lie outside 99 % of the range of other populations for a given defining morphological character or a set of characters.
Most Australian soap operas focus on a mixed age range of middle-class characters and will regularly feature a range of locations where the various, disparate, characters can meet and interact, such as the café, the surf club, the wine bar, or the school.
The main exception to this was the Australian Broadcasting Corporation produced Something in the Air, a rural-based serial examining a range of characters in a small country town.
range and who
Even today range riders will come upon mummified bodies of men who attempted nothing more difficult than a twenty-mile hike and slowly lost direction, were tortured by the heat, driven mad by the constant and unfulfilled promise of the landscape, and who finally died.
In her first song she waved away one encroaching photographer who dared approach the throne unbidden and thereafter the boys with the cameras had to unsheathe their 300 mm. lenses and shoot at extreme range.
Abū ʿAlī al-Ḥusayn ibn ʿAbd Allāh ibn Sīnā ( Persian پور سينا Pur-e Sina " son of Sina "; c. 980 – 1037 ), commonly known as Ibn Sīnā or by his Latinized name Avicenna, was a Persian polymath, who wrote almost 450 treatises on a wide range of subjects, of which around 240 have survived.
These " conversations " as he called them, were more or less informal talks on a great range of topics, spiritual, aesthetic and practical, in which he emphasized the ideas of the school of American Transcendentalists led by Emerson, who was always his supporter and discreet admirer.
Estimates of the number of people around the world who speak Bulgarian fluently range from about 9 million to 12 million.
Tacitus ' statement that they were " German in their way of life and types of dwelling " implies a sedentary bias, but their close relations with the Sarmatians, who were nomadic, may indicate a more nomadic lifestyle, as does the wide geographical range of their attested inhabitation.
In these sutras the perfection of the wisdom of not-self is stated to be the true self ; the ultimate goal of the path is then characterized using a range of positive language that had been used previously in Indian philosophy by essentialist philosophers, but which was now transmuted into a new Buddhist vocabulary to describe a being who has successfully completed the Buddhist path.
Foley's attack was followed by Hood in Zealous, who also crossed the French line and successfully anchored next to Guerrier in the space Foley had intended, engaging the lead ship's bow from close range.
Also in London at this time was Jan Ladislav Dussek, who, like Clementi, encouraged piano makers to extend the range and other features of their instruments, and then fully exploited the newly opened possibilities.
A squad of soldiers armed with assault rifles would have a single soldier assigned as DM who would carry a battle rifle for selectively engaging long range targets.
FBI records show that 85 % of COINTELPRO resources targeted groups and individuals that the FBI deemed " subversive ," including communist and socialist organizations ; organizations and individuals associated with the civil rights movement, including Martin Luther King, Jr. and others associated with the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and the Congress of Racial Equality and other civil rights organizations ; black nationalist groups ; the American Indian Movement ; a broad range of organizations labeled " New Left ", including Students for a Democratic Society and the Weathermen ; almost all groups protesting the Vietnam War, as well as individual student demonstrators with no group affiliation ; the National Lawyers Guild ; organizations and individuals associated with the women's rights movement ; nationalist groups such as those seeking independence for Puerto Rico, United Ireland, and Cuban exile movements including Orlando Bosch's Cuban Power and the Cuban Nationalist Movement ; and additional notable Americans — even Albert Einstein, who was a member of several civil rights groups, came under FBI surveillance during the years just prior to COINTELPRO's official inauguration .< ref >
Both players had a better fielding percentage, more total chances, better zone rating, more putouts, more double plays turned, better range factor and more assists than their counterparts who won the award instead ( Chicago Cubs first baseman Derrek Lee and Philadelphia Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins ).
Her success stems from a wide range of innovative writing and rhetorical techniques that critically challenged renowned male writers, such as Jean de Meun who incorporated misogynist beliefs within their literary works.
Masters ' Diving events are normally conducted in age-groups of 5 or 10 years, and attract competitors of a wide range of ages and experience ( many, indeed, are newcomers to the sport ); the oldest competitor in a Masters ' Diving Championship was Viola Krahn, who at the age of 101 was the first person in any sport, male or female, anywhere in the world, to compete in an age-group of 100 + years in a nationally organized competition.
Radio DJs are less likely to focus on music-mixing procedures than club DJs, who rely on a smooth transition between songs using a range of techniques.
In the 1990s and first decade of the 21st century, one of the new " young lions " was Christian McBride ( born 1972 ), who has performed with a range of veterans ranging from McCoy Tyner to fusion gurus Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea, and who has released albums such as 2003's Vertical Vision.
Estimates of Esperanto speakers range from 10, 000 to 2, 000, 000 active or fluent speakers, as well as perhaps a thousand native speakers, that is, people who learned Esperanto from birth as one of their native languages.
Moreover, the path is not a beaten highway of authorship, nor one in which the mind is eager to range: there is not one of us who has made the same venture, nor yet one Greek who has tackled single-handed all departments of the subject.
Surveying the entire range of French filmmaking today, Tim Palmer calls contemporary cinema in France a kind of eco-system, in which commercial cinema co-exists with artistic radicalism, first-time directors ( who make up about 40 % of all France's directors each year ) mingle with veterans, and there even occasionally emerges a fascinating pop-art hybridity, in which the features of intellectual and mass cinemas are interrelated ( as in filmmakers like Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi, Olivier Assayas, Maïwenn, Sophie Fillières, Serge Bozon, and others ).