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and, though he repeated, over and over again, the spectacular figures of industrial and agricultural production in 1980, the `` ordinary '' people in Russia are still a little uncertain as to how `` communism '' is really going to work in practice, especially in respect of food.
For this reason, the more uncertain skywave service was denominated `` secondary '' in our rules, as compared to the steadier, more reliable groundwave `` primary service '', and, for both skywave service and skywave interference, signal strength is expressed in terms of percentage of time a particular signal-intensity level is exceeded -- 50 percent of the time for skywave service, 10 percent of the time for skywave interference.
The calibration of piezoelectric sensors in terms of the particle parameters is very uncertain.
All information is carefully appraised and uncertain facts are designated by ( '?'.
It is expected to be reported out Tuesday, but this is a little uncertain.
Consequently, it is uncertain after nearly 12 months in office just which direction the Barnett administration will take in the coming year.
Now, the picture is clouded, and even US Sens. James O. Eastland and John C. Stennis, who remained loyal to the ticket, are uncertain of their status.
Naturally, where one or the other of the effects of an action is uncertain, this has to be taken into account.
He is a man of major talent -- but a man of solitary, uncertain impulses.
The etymology of Apollo is uncertain.
The phylogeny of Paleozoic amphibians is uncertain, and Lissamphibia may possibly fall within extinct groups like the Temnospondyli ( traditionally placed in the subclass Labyrinthodontia ), and the Lepospondyli, and in some analysis even the amniotes.
The etymology is uncertain, but a strong candidate has long been some word related to the Biblical פוך ( pūk ), " paint " ( if not that word itself ), a cosmetic eye-shadow used by the ancient Egyptians and other inhabitants of the eastern Mediterranean.
An adventure is defined as an exciting or unusual experience ; it may also be a bold, usually risky undertaking, with an uncertain outcome.
The order is thought to have first diverged from other related monocots some 120-130 million years ago ( early in the Cretaceous period ), although given the difficulty in classifying the families involved, estimates are likely to be uncertain.
The derivation of the name ( Latin Aprilis ) is uncertain.
It is uncertain what the actual role and function of Abraxas was in the Basilidian system, as our authorities often show no direct acquaintance with the doctrines of Basilides himself.
Old Norse askr literally means " ash tree " but the etymology of embla is uncertain, and two possibilities of the meaning of embla are generally proposed.
The cause of the conflict is uncertain, as the sources are divided ; the Lombard Paul the Deacon accuses the Gepids, while the Byzantine historian Menander Protector places the blame on Alboin, an interpretation favoured by historian Walter Pohl.
The dating of this is uncertain, as are his enemies ' identity.
It is uncertain how seriously this should be taken ; Asser was more concerned to represent Alfred as a wise ruler than to report actual royal policy.
It is uncertain exactly when or why the Almoravids acquired that appellation.
Alfonso's biological paternity is uncertain: there is speculation that his biological father may have been Enrique Puig y Moltó ( a captain of the guard ), or even an American dental student.

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But California is where we're goin ''.
He thought of the jungles below him, and of the wild, strange, untracked beauty there and he promised himself that someday he would return, on foot perhaps, to hunt in this last corner of the world where man is sometimes himself the hunted, and animals the lords.
Now I wish to enter the American market, where the competition is very strong.
from downstream, where the water level is much lower, it is a high, elaborately facaded pavilion.
The answers derived by these means may determine not only the temporal organization of the dance but also its spatial design, special slips designating the location on the stage where the movement is to be performed.
Even in domains where detailed and predictive understanding is still lacking, but where some explanations are possible, as with lightning and weather and earthquakes, the appropriate kind of human action has been more adequately indicated.
Robert Penn Warren puts it this way in `` Brother To Dragons '': `` The recognition of complicity is the beginning of innocence '', where innocence, I think, means about the same thing as redemption.
A dominant motive is the poet's longing for his homeland and its boyhood associations: `` Not men-folk, but the fields where I would stray, The stones where as a child I used to play ''.
In a society where everything is for sale, Marlowe is the only man who cannot be bought.
This is done for simplicity of commands and to bring the hidden redundancy up to where misunderstanding has almost zero possibility.
As to benefits to employees, it is notorious for its callous disregard except where it depends on them for services.
`` The Moral Creed '' and `` The Will To Risk '' live happily together, if we do not examine where the line is to be drawn.
Since the slogans have little application to reality and are sanctimonious to boot, the applause is faint even in areas of the world where we should expect to find the greatest affection for free government.
Ptolemy's problem is to forecast where, against the inverted bowl of night, some particular light will be found at future times.
She was exposing herself to temptation which it is best to avoid where it can consistently be done.
Such performance is a great tribute to American scientists and engineers, who in the past five years have had to telescope time and technology to develop these long-range ballistic missiles, where America had none before.
but it is perennially restructured in situations where anchors are dragged or lost.
`` History has this in common with every other science: that the historian is not allowed to claim any single piece of knowledge, except where he can justify his claim by exhibiting to himself in the first place, and secondly to any one else who is both able and willing to follow his demonstration, the grounds upon which it is based.
Finally we may note that the idea appears in educational theory where its influence is at present widespread.

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