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Instead of running on wires as in the Chinese and Japanese models, the beads of Roman model run in grooves, presumably making arithmetic calculations much slower.
Instead of listing every single element, sometimes an ellipsis ("...") is used, if the writer believes that the reader can easily guess what is missing ; for example, presumably denotes the set of integers from 1 to 100.
Instead, he often makes fun of himself rather than others, and many scenes made people stop and either laugh or simply wonder what was going on ; the passers-by are never made aware of the fact that they are on television, presumably until they sign a release form allowing the use of the footage shot.
Instead of running on wires as in the Chinese and Japanese models, the beads of Roman model run in grooves, presumably making arithmetic calculations much slower.
Instead of a junior-level manager of a small factory that had done some sub-contracting work for Ramsey, he was now shown as the manager of a presumably much larger facility taken over by " Ramsey and Company ", and whose performance there in keeping the factory afloat during that period impressed Ramsey enough to hire Staples direct.
Instead, a procedural generation algorithm is used which generates each landscape from a small data packet, presumably the landscape's 4-digit number ( since there are 10 unique digits and 10 ^ 4
Instead of campaigning ( as was presumably originally planned ), Tony Blair attended Vespers in memory of the Pope at Westminster Cathedral on April 4.

Instead and refers
Instead, in Buddhism it refers to detachment and unselfish interest in others ' welfare.
Instead, it has a different interpretation of this principle and believes " China " only refers to People's Republic of China and states that Taiwan and China are two separate countries, therefore there is One Country on Each Side and " one China, one Taiwan ".
Instead it refers most commonly to the hardened parts of arthropod exoskeletons and the internal spicules of invertebrates such as certain Porifera and soft corals.
Instead it refers to professional theatre work, taking place in non-theatre settings within specific communities.
Instead, the reification describes the relationship between a particular instance of a triple and the resources the triple refers to.
Instead, the word " Netherlandish " refers to " de Nederlanden ", i. e. the Low Countries, roughly corresponding to modern Belgium, Luxembourg, the southern and northern parts of Holland and adjacent portions of northern France.
Instead, " patent " refers to the standardization of the formula.
Instead, it refers to the ability of the alternative tool proposed by the authors to help explain the system response.
Instead, Victor refers to his enhancements as " bionic ", and the episode explicitly references the 1970s television series The Six Million Dollar Man which also featured a cybernetically-enhanced " bionic " man.
Instead, the paper refers somewhat misleadingly to both the 1, 996 cc XJ 4-cylinder ( clearly as an experimental engine ) and the XK 4-cylinder, the latter being referred to in guarded terms, not declaring the engine's capacity and stating ″ at the present full details cannot be given as the engine has not yet been released to the market ″.
Instead, the name refers to the number of different cycles in the program control flow graph, after having added an imagined branch back from the exit node to the entry node.
Instead of being called an Orgasmatron, Durand-Durand refers to it as the Excessive Machine.
Instead, the term refers to the wooden propeller ( the " stick ") being stopped in an engine-out setting.
Instead, the term Continental Celtic is polyphyletic and refers simply to non-Insular Celtic languages.
Instead, the animal must have a supple loin that is short and strong ( here, Xenophon refers to the area between the ribs and gaskins, which may be assumed to be the flank, rather than the loins ).
Instead, it refers to specific areas in the border region between Babylonia and Persia, including sites that had been devastated by earlier Babylonian military campaigns.

Instead and practice
Instead, Anglicans have typically appealed to the Book of Common Prayer and its offshoots as a guide to Anglican theology and practice.
One critic states of psychologists that " Instead of replacing ' metaphysical ' terms such as ' desire ' and ' purpose ', they used it to legitimize them by giving them operational definitions ... the initial, quite radical operationalist ideas eventually came to serve as little more than a ' reassurance fetish ' ( Koch 1992 ) for mainstream methodological practice.
Instead, it seeks to improve medical practice and biomedical science through the holistic integration of cross-cultural or biocultural, behavioral, and epidemiological perspectives on health.
Instead, the address was written and then sent to Congress to be read by a clerk until 1913 when Woodrow Wilson re-established the practice despite some initial controversy.
Instead of quilting, the layers are sometimes tied together at regular intervals with pieces of yarn, a practice known as tying or knotting, and which produces a " comforter ".
Although he expressed concern over Li's totalizing discourse and millennial themes, Craig Burgdoff writes that such concerns are tempered by the fact that Falun Gong practice does not require unquestioning acceptance of all of Li's teachings, and there is no overt emphasis on dogmatically enforcing orthodoxy, Instead, Burgdoff writes that he found " practitioners to be engaged seriously in a highly disciplined spiritual and ethical practice.
Instead, bonsai practice focuses on long-term cultivation and shaping of one or more small trees growing in a container.
Instead, the Khitans stayed at Semirech ' e with their headquarter near Balasaghun, and allowed some of the Karakhanids to rule as vassals in Samarkand and Kashgar, with the Karakhanids acting as their tax-collectors and administrators on Muslim sedentary populations ( the same practice was adopted by the Golden Horde on the Russian Steppes ).
Instead it became an important influence on the development and standardization of WML, which then replaced HDML in practice.
Instead his interests changed again, abandoning legal practice and philosophy in favor of drama, authoring a play called " Franz von Sickingen, a Historical Tragedy.
Instead of the rather passive approach of indirect discrimination ( where someone can take action if they have been disadvantaged by a policy, practice or criterion that a body with duties under the law has adopted ), reasonable adjustment is an active approach that requires employers, service providers etc to take steps to remove barriers from disabled people's participation.
Instead, the usual clinical practice is to offer hydration, nutrition, and comfort measures and to " let nature take its course ".
Instead they are worn during batting practice and the Home Run Derby.
" Instead, a male ( never a female ) in the congregation expresses his desire to preach and learns by practice and example.
Instead, he marries Leora and sets up his medical practice in her rural home town.
Instead, he advised marriage for most of his disciples along with Kriya Yoga practice.
Instead, he opened a law practice in Berlin.
Instead, Liaden's practice contract marriages, where two individuals from different clans are ordered, or allowed, by their Delm's to create a progeny for one of the two clans.
Instead of using a special symbol, French practice is to use an " N " or an " n ", according to context, followed by a superscript small letter " o " ( N < sup > o </ sup > or n < sup > o </ sup >; plural N < sup > os </ sup > or n < sup > os </ sup >).
Instead, it is a continuous struggle played out on critical, theoretical and ideological levels as well as through the multiple constraints placed on practice.
Instead, he resumed the practice of law in Syracuse.
Instead of requiring the use of a traditional textbook, College Prep's math department writes its own practice problems and course materials, and conducts lessons primarily within a lecture and discursive format.
Instead, more shops were set up in the station ( which is the common practice of MTR station refurbishments in the 2000s ), and gates were relocated to handle more passengers at one time.

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