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Instead of the rigid north-south grid of the township and range system, in 1854, Silverton's founder Polly Coon Price, planned the town around a large old Oregon White Oak, locating the town square around it.
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Instead and rigid
Instead of cutting, long swords were then used more to thrust against opponents in plate armour, requiring a more acute point and a more rigid blade.
Instead of sewing, the graft tube ends, made rigid and expandable by nitinol wireframe, can be easily inserted in its reduced diameter into the vascular stumps and then expanded up to the most appropriate diameter and permanently fixed there by external ligature.
Instead of rigid plot structure, much of the humor is derived from the fact that superheroes and supervillains are given more realistic and human qualities, such as a mad scientist named Dr. Myron Reducto, who becomes a paranoid prosecutor.
Instead, removal is done to: ( 1 ) break the continuity of the rigid ring of the spinal canal to allow the soft tissues within the canal to expand ( decompression ), or ( 2 ) as one step in changing the contour of the vertebral column, or ( 3 ) in order to allow the surgeon access to deeper tissues inside the spinal canal.
Instead, the pilot just grabs the lifting surface by hand ( using a rigid frame that hangs from its underside ) and moves it.
Jeff Terich of Treblezine stated, " Instead of sticking to hardcore's rigid constraints, these artists expanded beyond power chords and gang vocals, incorporating more creative outlets for punk rock energy.
Instead, it describes in what sense the adjective rigid is typically used in mathematics, by mathematicians.
Instead and grid
Instead, the position of the small board where that player won is marked on a 3x3 grid, and a player wins when they form 3-in-a-row on that grid.
Instead, he decided to use the " geometrical flat floor " grid developed twenty years before by Oxford professor John Wallis.
Instead, the Roman Grid was spread around the Mediterranean and into northern Europe later on during " the late Republic and the early Empire " period that saw dissemination of the grid plan throughout this area.
Instead of numerical longitudes and latitudes, a grid with 30 rows and 30 columns-each cell denoted by the numbers 0-9 and the twenty consonants of the Latin alphabet-is laid over the flattened globe.
Instead of a traditional street grid, their street networks are hierarchical, consisting of winding parkways ( often lacking sidewalks ) that feed into arterial roads or freeway ramps.
Instead of being a continuous loop, these tracks have checkpoints at either end of the course, and the starting grid in the center.
Instead of giving the player a specific set of objectives for each mission, Silent Hunter III simply assigns the player a certain patrol grid, and appropriate naval traffic, such as convoys, destroyer escorts, and task forces are automatically generated by the simulation engine.
Instead and township
Instead of appearing by hundred or by township, holdings appear under the names of the landholders ( tenentes ), i. e. those who held the lands directly of the crown in fee.
Instead and range
Instead of considering the inverses for individual inputs and outputs, one can think of the function as sending the whole set of inputs, the domain, to a set of outputs, the range.
Instead, physics has proceeded by a series of " successive approximations " allowing more and more accurate predictions over a wider and wider range of phenomena.
Instead, Vulgar Latin is a blanket term covering the popular dialects and sociolects of the Latin language throughout its range from the hypothetical prisca latinitas of unknown or poorly remembered times in early Latium to the death of Latin after the fall of the empire.
Instead the companies, mainly large industrial firms, were traditionally responsible for a broad range of social welfare functions — building and maintaining housing for their workforces, and managing health, recreational, educational, and similar facilities.
Instead the CWI has adopted a range of tactics, mostly seeking to build independent parties, but in some cases working within other broad working-class parties.
Instead this is handled by Luton Sixth Form College, though Barnfield College also offers a range of further education courses.
Instead of exposing the oldest rocks along the axis and the youngest rocks low down on the flanks, the younger rocks of the northern range follow its axis, while the oldest rocks outcrop along its eastern flanks.
Instead of tailoring themselves to the classic book format ( 100 + pages, mostly text, complex rules around copyrights and royalties ), these new platforms strive to make POD more mass-market by creating tools / APIs within which a range of different text and picture entry systems can be transferred into a POD paradigm, and delivered back to the consumer as finished books.
Instead a new UNIX reference operating system using components from across the industry would be released on a wide range of platforms to demonstrate its portability as well as vendor neutrality.
Instead of paying with cash, check, or credit cards, a consumer can use a mobile phone to pay for a wide range of services and digital or hard goods such as:
Instead of the 450 – 750 nanometer range of the visible light camera, infrared cameras operate in wavelengths as long as 14, 000 nm ( 14 µm ).
Instead it should be flexible enough to handle the broad range of dimensions that are actually involved in software development.
Instead of a single mountain, Celestia takes the form of a " range of seven mountains that runs about 120 miles and reaches a height of 10 miles and is surrounded by a narrow sea.
Instead he turned to a field that was being largely ignored, that of medium frequency ( hectometre ) radio signals in the 0. 5 — 3 MHz range, around the AM broadcast bands.
* Power suit: Instead of any metahuman powers, Booster Gold uses an advanced microcircuitry-powered all-purpose combat suit that allows him a wide range of options to use in combat.
Instead, they serve only to select the solid-angle region from which usable range data are received.
Instead, Peugeot followed a unique strategy and decided that its new, smaller, supermini, the Peugeot 106 ( launched in 1991 ) would take sales from the lower end of the 205 range while the lowest models of the Peugeot 306 range, launched in 1993 to replace the Peugeot 309, would take sales from the top-end 205s.