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omits and for
William Lycan, for example, argued in his book Consciousness and Experience that at least eight clearly distinct types of consciousness can be identified ( organism consciousness ; control consciousness ; consciousness of ; state / event consciousness ; reportability ; introspective consciousness ; subjective consciousness ; self-consciousness )— and that even this list omits several more obscure forms.
The ISO / IEC 8859 standard is designed for reliable information exchange, not typography ; the standard omits symbols needed for high-quality typography, such as optional ligatures, curly quotation marks, dashes, etc.
Pseudocode typically omits details that are not essential for human understanding of the algorithm, such as variable declarations, system-specific code and some subroutines.
From a rhetorician's standpoint, an effective scheme of omission that Poe employs is diazeugma, or using many verbs for one subject ; it omits pronouns.
The Charter also omits any mention of, or protection for, property.
The 1607 set omits several texts, which were evidently too sensitive for publication in the light of the renewed anti-Catholic persecution which followed the failure of the Gunpowder Plot in 1605.
Other common chowders include Manhattan clam chowder, which substitutes tomatoes for the milk and cream and typically omits potatoes ; corn chowder, which uses corn instead of clams ; a wide variety of fish chowders ; and potato chowder, which is often made with cheese.
The only time the " Hail Mary " is said is at the end of the Mysteries on the medal, where it is then replaced with the " Pre-Trent " version of the prayer ( which omits " Holy Mary, mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death ").
* The film is heavily fictionalized for dramatic purposes and completely omits any mention of Marie's family in Paris, including her sister Bronislawa, an obstetrician, with whom she was very close.
A heraldic banner, also called banner of arms, displays the basic coat of arms only: i. e. it contains the design usually displayed on the shield and omits the crest, helmet or coronet, mantling, supporters, motto or any other elements associated with the coat of arms ( for further details of these elements, see heraldry ).
However, the General Roman Calendar in force since 1969 for the ordinary form of the Roman Rite omits this commemoration.
After 1550, it was not printed again until 1813 except for Owen Rogers ' 1561 edition — a cheap knock-off of Crowley's text that omits the preface naming the author while adding — in some cases — Pierce the Ploughman's Crede.
The common consensus has been to follow Kurth, based on the historical truism that Romans hated kingship from the days of the expulsion of Tarquin the Proud ; for example, Syagrius ' article in the Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire omits this title, preferring to refer to him as a " Roman ruler ( in North Gaul )".
Also, because code maintenance often omits updating the comments, comments describing where to find remote pieces of code are notorious for going out-of-date.
Article XIV, Section 6, omits any mention of Tagalog as the basis for Filipino, and states that:
It provides four RJ45 ports and 802. 11g wireless LAN for connectivity, but omits the previously available USB port.
Using Stirling's approximation for the Gamma function which omits terms of less than order N, the entropy for large N becomes:
* Firebird Embedded for creating CD-ROM catalogs, single user or evaluation versions of applications ; omits some advanced features such as event notification
It comprises a four-disc box set with a runtime of 194 minutes, and is shown as a road show presentation with an overture, intermission and entr ' acte ; the Blu-ray Disc release omits the roadshow elements, running for 189 minutes.
Van Rossum goes on to list libraries for processing XML, XML-RPC, email messages, and localization, facilities that the C ++ standard library omits.
omits text δοθήσεται γὰρ ὑμῖν ἐν ἐκείνῃ τῇ ὥρᾳ τί λαλήσητε ( for it will be given you < sup > pl </ sup > in that hour what you < sup > pl </ sup > should speak ) with L it < sup > mss </ sup > vg < sup > mss </ sup > Epiphanius
Such a language generally omits features that cannot be implemented efficiently, and adds a small number of machine-dependent features needed to access specific hardware capabilities ; inline assembly code, such as C's < tt > asm </ tt > statement, is often used for this purpose.

omits and example
For example, he omits the articles " a " and " the " ( which the Russian language doesn't have ) in the first reversal joke above, to better preserve the congruence.
A notable example is the worldwide use, in orienteering sports, of waypoints with a map that omits a coordinate system ( see Control point ( orienteering )).
It should be noted, however, that this example omits the constants of integration.
Accurate numbers of figures are hard to come by as the interpretation of what is and is not a sheela na gig will vary from writer to writer, for example Freitag omits the Rochester figure from her list while Weir and Jerman include it.
( For example, the symbol set omits the symbols for 1, 8 and zero, since they could be confused with the letters ' I ', ' B ', and ' O '.
The chart omits unit sales for listed albums and total recorded sales, making it impossible to determine, for example, if the number one album this week sold as well as the number one from the same period in the prior year.
For example, it omits the ' nous-Christos ' Christology where the God-logos and the flesh are united in the nous, Jesus Christ, the subject of incarnation.
It omits many works that otherwise qualify as nihonjinron ( the works of Kiyoyuki Higuchi ( 樋口清之 ), for example ).

omits and whole
The Gospel of John goes further and simply omits the whole story of the Baptism.

omits and line
Sagan himself, however, later wrote: " The decision to omit a very short line in this diagram was made partly because conventional representation in Greek statuary omits it.
A mosaic in a Roman villa in Sousse, Tunisia, features differently colored halves separated by an S-shaped line, but still omits the dots.
The film omits the second-to-the-last line of the verses:
The regnal line in Nationalencyklopedin omits Anund Gårdske and presents Håkan as successor of Halsten Stenkilsson.
The film omits the line " the Bolshevization of Earth and thus ..." following "... will not be ...", likely due to the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact.
Satan omits the line " to guard you in all your ways.

omits and great
omits text ὃς δʼ ἂν ποιήσῃ καὶ διδάξῃ, οὗτος μέγας κληθήσεται ἐν τῇ βασιλείᾳ τῶν οὐρανῶν ( but whoever will do and should teach, the same will be called great in the kingdom of the heavens ) with א * W cop < sup > bo < sup > ms </ sup ></ sup >

omits and century
Bede's account of the early migrations of the Angles and Saxons to England omits any mention of a movement of those peoples across the channel from Britain to Brittany described by Procopius, who was writing in the sixth century.
Another manuscript, minuscule 304 ( 12th century ) omits the last twelve verses.
The first quote of the Book can be found by the end of the 1st century AD in the First Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians: the story is briefly told by the fourth Pope, but the narration omits the name of the city of Bethulia and of the king of Nineveh.
The original meaning of the ritual was obscure by the time of Varro ( mid-1st century BC ), who omits it in his list of festivals.

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