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Inconsistent and pressure
Inconsistent early form left them well off the pace for automatic promotion and a dismal Christmas period saw him under increasing pressure as they weren't even in the playoff zone.

Inconsistent and .
" The Polls: The Public's Response to the Clinton Scandals, Part 1: Inconsistent Theories, Contradictory Evidence " Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol.
Inconsistent with McKenna and Bell, three additional prehistoric genera, Miracinonyx, Lokontailurus and Xenosmilus, are listed.
Inconsistent play and defensive struggles plagued the team throughout the season as they failed to adjust to Crawford's new offensively-minded system, and owner Tom Hicks ' financial troubles prevented the team from spending more than $ 45 million on payroll, over $ 11 million beneath the league salary cap.
Nf3 gxf4 / A ( Inconsistent play on my part.
Inconsistent newspaper accounts reported by witnesses from 1850-1851 described seeing " fire thrown to a terrible height " and " burning lava running down the sides " in the area of Cinder Cone.
Inconsistent policies and poor communications meant relations between officers and inmates were always in decline.
" Inconsistent state regulation is preempted under the federal law.
Inconsistent form, injuries and suspensions caused a dramatic slide down the ladder and Manly were lucky to settle on 8th and just make the finals.
Inconsistent quarterback play by both Brooks and Sherman led to an underachieving season, and Virginia fans to this day still debate the quarterback play of the 1996 season.
* Paper GenTax: A Generic Methodology for Deriving OWL and RDF-S Ontologies from Hierarchical Classifications, Thesauri, and Inconsistent Taxonomies, Proceedings of the 4th European Semantic Web Conference ( ESWC 2007 ), June 3 – 7, Innsbruck, Austria, in: E. Fraconi, M. Kifer, and W. May ( Eds.
Common DNS misconfigurations are outlined in RFC 1912, of particular note is section 2. 1 that states, under the heading " Inconsistent, Missing or Bad Data ", " Make sure your PTR and A records match.
Darwin persuaded Gray to publish them as a pamphlet, and was delighted when Gray came up with the title of Natural Selection Not Inconsistent with Natural Theology.
Inconsistent form and three old firm derby defeats saw Rangers fall behind Celtic in the title race and ended up finishing 17 points off top spot.
Inconsistent for most of the season, Darling also showed flashes of brilliance, including three complete game two-hit shutouts — the only two-hitters of his career.
* Judicial Estoppel and Inconsistent Positions of Law Applied to Fact and Pure Law, Kira A. Davis, Note, Cornell Law Review Vol.
* Prior Inconsistent Statement – Rule 801 ( d )( 1 )( A ): Congress amended the proposed rule so that the " rule now requires that the prior inconsistent statement be given under oath subject to the penalty of perjury at a trial, hearing, or other proceeding, or in a deposition.
* Bartlett's Familiar Quotations: Inconsistent usage.
* Bartletts's Familiar Quotations, 16th edition ( not an encyclopedia, but well known ): Inconsistent usage.

neck and thickness
" An aluminum identification tag, the size of a silver half dollar and of suitable thickness, stamped with the name, rank, company, regiment, or corps of the wearer, will be worn by each officer and enlisted man of the Army whenever the field kit is worn, the tag to be suspended from the neck, underneath the clothing, by a cord or thong passed through a small hole in the tab.
* Deburr, ream case mouth and size case neck ( optional, as-needed ; trimmed cases need to be deburred ); some bench rest shooters also do outside neck turning at this stage, to make the cartridge case have uniform thickness so that the bullet will be released with the most uniformity
Cases from different manufacturers can vary in wall thickness, and as cases are repeatedly fired and reloaded the brass flows up to the neck and is trimmed off, increasing capacity as well as weakening the case.
The neck is the same thickness or smaller than the head.
The neck is of lesser thickness than the head.
The lower plates were in thickness to the knee and 3 / 4 inch thick from knee to abdomen, while the upper plates were 1 / 4 to 1 / 2 inch thick except where additional strength was required at joints such as the shoulder, neck, etc.
:... a monstrosity of a man, a pygmy, fat-headed and like a mole as to the smallness of his eyes ; disgusting with his short, broad, thick, and half hoary beard ; disgraced by a neck an inch long ; very bristly through the length and thickness of his hair ; in color an Ethiopian ; one whom it would not be pleasant to meet in the middle of the night ; with extensive belly, lean of loin, very long of hip considering his short stature, small of shank, proportionate as to his heels and feet ; clad in a garment costly but too old, and foul-smelling and faded through age ; shod with Sicyonian shoes ; bold of tongue, a fox by nature, in perjury, and lying a Ulysses.
Often surplus wood is removed from the blade's width and thickness and at the neck between the blade and the shaft to further reduce outboard weight.
Because of the thickness of both the strings and neck of the Futozao shamisen, the Tsugaru bridge in general tends to be longer than the others.
From mid 1964 – 1979 the rosewood and maple were pre radiused and the fingerboard became known as curved, round laminate or " veneer ", having an even thickness across the neck unlike the previous slab type.
Promising results are found using Carotid Intima Media Thickness Scanning ( CIMT can be measured by B-mode ultrasonography ), B-vitamins that reduce a protein corrosive, homocysteine and that reduce neck carotid artery plaque volume and thickness, and stroke, even in late-stage disease.
The neck is constructed of multiple, quartersawn laminates of varying thickness.
The KV2 is one of the 2 USA Select Series guitars ( alongside the KE2 ) built with the " Jackson Speed Neck " profile, a slim neck thickness for a fast playability.
Jones has recommended against this, citing the difference in case thickness at the neck ( compared to the. 221 Fireball ) as a potential issue.
All other guns are cut to. 300 / 221 which has different chamber specifications than the Whisper, particularly in neck wall thickness.
Because the. 300 Whisper is a wildcat cartridge there were no established Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers ' Institute ( SAAMI ) specifications for the chamber reamers, and the necks were cut to allow for standard. 308 neck thickness, which is approximately the same thickness as produced from forming. 223 brass.

neck and tension
Anne laughed and Cady felt the tension loosen its grip on the back of his neck.
It is used to correct changes to the neck's curvature caused by the neck timbers aging, changes in humidity or to compensate for changes in the tension of strings.
The tension of the rod and neck assembly is adjusted by a hex nut or an allen-key bolt on the rod, usually located either at the headstock, sometimes under a cover, or just inside the body of the guitar underneath the fretboard and accessible through the sound hole.
The truss rod counteracts the immense amount of tension the strings place on the neck, bringing the neck back to a straighter position.
Turning the truss rod clockwise tightens it, counteracting the tension of the strings and straightening the neck or creating a backward bow.
Turning the truss rod counter-clockwise loosens it, allowing string tension to act on the neck and creating a forward bow.
* Crimp the bullet in place ( optional ; some may hold the bullet with neck tension alone )
A rubber balloon, inflated but not tied off and stretched tightly across the neck produces a squeak or buzz, depending on the tension across the neck and the level of pressure inside the balloon.
The term steel guitar should not be confused with steel-strung guitar, which is a standard acoustic guitar that has steel rather than the nylon, cat-gut or brass / nickel strings used for classical guitar or standard acoustic guitar, and is built with extra bracing, a stronger neck, and higher-geared machine heads to compensate for the much higher tension of steel strings.
Adjustment / manipulation has been shown to help with low back pain, neck pain and tension type headaches, but further studies are inconclusive on the use of spinal manipulation outside the treatment of neuromusculoskeletal disorders.
Spasmolytics such as carisoprodol, cyclobenzaprine, metaxalone, and methocarbamol are commonly prescribed for low back pain or neck pain, fibromyalgia, tension headaches and myofascial pain syndrome.
As the tension mounted, Tex tied up Folger's hands with a section of rope that bound Sharon's neck.
Tension headaches may be caused by muscle tension around the head and neck.
A 2004 Cochrane review found that spinal manipulation may be effective for migraine and tension headache, and that spinal manipulation and neck exercises may be effective for cervicogenic headache.
A proper garment is shaped from the neck to the chest and shoulders to drape without wrinkles from tension.
The tension on the neck-rope can only be relieved if the victim keeps their neck, back and legs arched ; eventually, the victim tires and strangles.
The shoulders are relaxed with a sense of a gently drawing down action of the shoulder blades to stabilise the scapular and release neck tension.
It necessitated that Gautreau stand with her body facing the artist while her head was turned away, her right arm extended behind her for support, her hand on a low table ; the result was to create tension in the neck and arm as well as to emphasize the subject's elegant contours.
However, thanks to excellent stability and reaction to string tension and pressure, neck through guitars are often much more sturdy than many other guitars on the market.
He described it as a mild condition, a tension headache possibly accompanied by neck or wrist pains, caused by unhealthily long reading sessions of Harry Potter.
* Necking ( engineering ), the process by which a ductile material deforms under tension forming a thin neck

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