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Individual members additionally have access to Safari Books Online and Books24x7.
Individual members believe that they can also receive personal revelation from God in conducting their lives.
Individual members are entitled to divine revelation for confirmation of truths, gaining knowledge or wisdom, meeting personal challenges, and so forth.
Individual members of the teams playing in the final are presented with winners ' and runners '- up medals.
Individual growth factor proteins tend to occur as members of larger families of structurally and evolutionarily related proteins.
Individual contributors that perform team tasks that are challenging, interesting, and engaging are more likely to be motivated to exert greater effort and perform better than those team members that are working on those tasks that do not have these characteristics.
Individual Subud members often voluntarily engage in occasional fasting as Pak Subuh recommended.
Individual terrorists tend to be motivated more by a desire for social solidarity with other members of their organization than by political platforms or strategic objectives, which are often murky and undefined.
The NCS Augmentee Program consists of two components: the civilian members of the National Defense Executive Reserve ( NDER ) and the U. S. Army reservists participating in the Individual Mobilization Augmentee ( IMA ) Program.
Individual members of Congress were under great pressure from industry lobbyists to raise tariffs to protect them from the negative effects of foreign imports.
Individual rewards have often included the option to select one or more other tribe members to participate in the reward.
Individual nations could join the Partnership for Peace under separate agreements with NATO, and many did so, enabling them to participate in NATO joint training and military exercises without becoming formal members of the alliance.
Individual local groups and their members also host smaller events for members and their guests.
Individual members found greater commercial success thereafter, with lead singer David Lowery forming Cracker, multi-instrumentalist David Immergl├╝ck joining the Counting Crows, and several other members playing in Monks of Doom.
) Individual regional organ procurement organizations ( OPOs ), all members of the OPTN, are responsible for the identification of suitable donors and collection of the donated organs.
The group organized among a number of libertarians, including The Society for Individual Liberty, which had been formed by dissident members of Young Americans for Freedom and European libertarians.
Individual members were also acknowledged ; Noddy Holder was number five in the best British male singers whilst Jim Lea made number nine in the top songwriter list.
Individual members are allocated to branches.
Individual members remained in contact, but De Stijl could not exist without a strong central character.
Individual members who are not part of branches can, and do, become involved though participating on a more national scale.
Individual members such as beams, columns, shafts, plates and shells may be modeled.
Individual members are now pursuing separate musical ideas.

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Individual songs have been included in the recorded repertoire of many singers.
Individual cells are examined and their morphology is characterized and recorded.
Individual Blue Oaks over 500 years old have been recorded, although most are less than 300 years old.
Individual medals came at track competitions: she recorded a 5000 m personal best to take the bronze medal at the 1999 World Championships in Athletics.

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Individual senators, with an eye to the voters back home, occasionally introduced smelts from Michigan, soft-shell crabs from Maryland, oysters from Washington, grapefruit from Florida.
Individual rooms were substantial in size, with higher ceilings than Ancestral Pueblo works of preceding periods.
While modern systems distinguish between offences against the " State " or " Community ", and offences against the " Individual ", the so-called penal law of ancient communities did not deal with " crimes " ( Latin: crimina ), but with " wrongs " ( Latin: delicta ).
Individual Sudeten German claims for restitution of property confiscated in connection with their expulsion after World War II ; agreement with Slovakia signed 24 November 1998 resolves issues of redistribution of former Czechoslovak federal land.
Individual cane toads can be grey, yellowish, red-brown or olive-brown, with varying patterns.
Individual crocheters work yarn with a loose or a tight hold and, if unmeasured, these differences can lead to significant size changes in finished garments that have the same number of stitches.
NVSL-Dive annually holds the Wally Martin 3-Meter Championship and concludes the season with its Individual All Stars Championship.
Individual smiths and specialized applications have fostered development of a variety of forges of this type, from the coal forge described above, to simpler constructions amounting to a hole in the ground with a pipe leading into it.
Individual states may require the FDD to contain their own specific requirements, but the requirements in state disclosure documents must be in compliance with the federal rule that governs federal regulatory policy.
Individual gadolinium atoms have been isolated by encapsulating them into fullerene molecules and visualized with transmission electron microscope .< ref > Individual Gd atoms and small Gd clusters have also been incorporated into carbon nanotubes.
Individual whales are typically identified using photographs of their dorsal surface and matching the scars and patches associated with parasites that have fallen off the whale or are still attached.
Individual silver grains in the film are visualized with dark field microscopy.
* Individual Savings Account, a financial account for investment in the UK with special tax rules
Individual human will ought, at the State's highest level of development, to properly coincide with the will of the State.
Individual goals must be in line with team goals ( or not exist at all ) to be effective ( Mitchell & Silver, 1990 ).
Individual stitches, or rows of stitches, may be made taller by drawing more yarn into the new loop ( an elongated stitch ), which is the basis for uneven knitting: a row of tall stitches may alternate with one or more rows of short stitches for an interesting visual effect.
Individual retrievals can take place in increasing intervals in accordance with the principle of spaced repetition.
These include the Emmy-nominated 1966 Frank Sinatra special A Man and His Music-Part II, and the 1967 NBC Emmy Award nominated for ' Special Classification of Individual Achievements ' by choreographer David Winters TV special Movin ' With Nancy, in which she appeared with Lee Hazlewood, her father and his Rat Pack pals Dean Martin and Sammy Davis, Jr., with a cameo appearance by her brother Frank Sinatra, Jr. and guest star appearance by West Side Story dancer David Winters.
Individual polygons are named ( and sometimes classified ) according to the number of sides, combining a Greek-derived numerical prefix with the suffix-gon, e. g. pentagon, dodecagon.
Individual colleges became coeducational between 1973 and 1987, with the single-sex floors of colleges that had them becoming co-ed by 2006.

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