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Less frequently, the adjective can take this meaning without a qualifier, as in " American Spanish dialects and pronunciation differ by country ", or the name of the Organization of American States.
Less frequently, indium shows intermediate oxidation state + 2, which lies between the common ones, most notably in halides, In < sub > 2 </ sub > X < sub > 4 </ sub > and < sup > 2 -</ sup >.
Less known performers such as Ana María Iriarte, Inés Ribadeneira, Toñy Rosado, Carlos Munguía, Renato Cesari, and others frequently lent their voices to the recordings.
Less frequently, individual strategic attacks are made against ' point ' targets, such as Britain's RAF Bomber Command attacks against the Ruhr dams by means of the bouncing bomb designed by Barnes Wallis in May 1943.
Less frequently used or manipulated elements, and elements that benefit from isolation ( such as wild species ) are farther away.
Less frequently the pipe will be used to play the first sung note of the song, especially where the song begins in unison or with a solo.
Less frequently, two defenders can cooperate to squeeze declarer or dummy on the same principle.
* Kathleen Flinn, journalist and best-selling author of the culinary memoir The Sharper Your Knife, the Less You Cry, was raised in Davison ; she frequently refers to her experiences growing up on the family farm here as formative to her life as a chef and food writer.
Less frequently he stayed at places he owned in Santiago, Constanza, La Cumbre, San Jose de las Matas, and elsewhere.
Less frequently used terms are and Volkswalk.
( Less frequently, the masters cruelly split up black lovers or sexually assaulted black women.
Less frequently, the old darky might be cast out by a cruel master when he grew too old to work.
Less frequently, prey is taken in the air.
Less frequently visited places include the race track ( although Andy frequently bets by listening to the radio, thus saving him the trip ), the marriage counsellor, and the football pitch ( where Andy is either being sent off, or carried off on a stretcher ).
Less frequently, parts of the diencephalon are included.
Less frequently, micromanagement is a tactic consciously chosen for the purpose of eliminating unwanted employees: A micromanager may set unreachable standards that he then invokes as grounds for termination of those employees ; these standards may be either specific to certain employees or generally applicable but selectively enforced only against particular employees.
Less frequently used is U. N. Owen as for example used in the Agatha Christie novel And Then There Were None.
Less frequently, the name is applied to works for multiple instruments ( the opening of Claudio Monteverdi's opera Orfeo being a notable example ).
Less frequently, medieval illuminations also show cranes mounted on the outside of walls with the stand of the machine secured to putlogs.
) Less frequently, the order of the last two putouts is switched.
Less frequently used is puerperium.
Less blunt symbols of death frequently allude to the passage of time and the fragility of life.
Less frequently, loss of parietal cells may simply be part of a widespread atrophic gastritis of nonautoimmune origin, such as that frequently occurring in elderly people affected with long-standing chronic gastritis of any cause ( including Helicobacter pylori infection ).

Less and used
Less common seeds used in cooking and beverages include fenugreek ( artificial maple flavor ) and cardamom.
Less common are tandems, lowriders, tall bikes, fixed gear, folding models, amphibious bicycles and recumbents ( one of which was used to set the IHPVA Hour record ).
Less widely used starch sources include millet, sorghum and cassava root in Africa, potato in Brazil, and agave in Mexico, among others.
Less widely used starch sources include millet, sorghum, and cassava root in Africa, potato in Brazil, and agave in Mexico, among others.
Less modular procedures, often used in small or quickly written programs, tend to interact with a large number of variables in the execution environment, which other procedures might also modify.
The functional equation was established by Riemann in his 1859 paper On the Number of Primes Less Than a Given Magnitude and used to construct the analytic continuation in the first place.
Less controversially, one of the earliest devices recorded that used internal-combustion rocket propulsion, was the ' ground-rat ,' a type of firework recorded in 1264 as having frightened the Empress-Mother Kung Sheng at a feast held in her honor by her son the Emperor Lizong.
Less labor-intensive tools are more common now: a microplane or fine grater can be used to grind small amounts ; a coffee grinder is useful for larger amounts.
Less commonly, " mechanic's stethoscopes " are used to listen to internal sounds made by machines, such as diagnosing a malfunctioning automobile engine by listening to the sounds of its internal parts.
Less than 10 % is used in other chemical compounds.
Less commonly, hyperoxic trimix is sometimes used on open circuit scuba.
Less widely found is best-case performance, but it does have uses: for example, where the best cases of individual tasks are known, they can be used to improve the accuracy of an overall worst-case analysis.
Less commonly, the laser ablation has been used as a means of sample introduction.
Less well-known is a piano piece known as " Vice Versa ", a musical palindrome which was not only a front-to-back palindrome, but also exploited the two staves used for writing for piano.
Less commonly, multiple asterisks are used to denote different footnotes on a page ( i. e., *, **, ***).
Less common events include the 50 metres, 55 metres, 300 metres and 500 metres which are used in some high school and collegiate competitions in the United States.
Less than a decade after the development of the first practical rotorcraft of any type with the autogyro, in the Soviet Union, Boris N. Yuriev and Alexei M. Cheremukhin, two aeronautical engineers working at the Tsentralniy Aerogidrodinamicheskiy Institut ( TsAGI,, ), constructed and flew the TsAGI 1-EA single rotor helicopter, which used an open tubing framework, a four blade main rotor, and twin sets of 1. 8-meter ( 6-foot ) diameter anti-torque rotors ; one set of two at the nose and one set of two at the tail.
Less than 100 settlements are known, and their remains are negligible as they are located on continually used farmland, and have consequently been plowed away.
* In their explanation of the fiscal multiplier, More or Less used the Trumpton economy as a model.

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