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Like the definition of “ Flux ”, which means ‘ to flow ’, Fluxus artists sought to reorder the temples of production and reveal “ the extraordinary that remains latent in the undisclosed ordinary ” during the midst of the dramatic modernist epoch.
Like other fictional detectives, he is notable for extraordinary powers of observation and deduction ; and on at least one occasion, he has managed to escape being shot by catching a bullet in his teeth.
Like Oriel Chambers, this building has an extraordinary expanse of glass for its period.
Although the Contours never quite repeated the extraordinary success of " Do You Love Me ," they returned to the charts three times during 1963 and 1964 with " Shake Sherry ," " Can You Do It " and " Can You Jerk Like Me.
Like many chroniclers, the author of this popular account relates anecdotes, physical descriptions of the chief personages ( which at times are careful portraits ), extraordinary events such as earthquakes and the appearance of comets, and links Church history with a supposed Biblical chronology.
Like most paratroop units in Operation Overlord, they were dropped in the wrong locations and had extraordinary difficulty linking up with each other.
Like the Black River & Western Railroad, the Belvidere & Delaware River Railway gives extraordinary rides through beautiful scenery, and control trains on the only saved parts of the original Belvidere-Delaware Railroad.
In the biography of her life, Just Like You, she said, “ The extraordinary event in this life was that I met Papaji.

Like and definitions
Like the " dimension of image " characterization this can be generalized to a definition of the rank of a linear map: the rank of a linear map f from V → W is the minimal dimension k of an intermediate space X such that f can be written as the composition of a map V → X and a map X → W. While this definition does not suggest an efficient manner to compute the rank ( for which it is better to use one of the alternative definitions ), it does allow to easily understand many of the properties of the rank, for instance that the rank of the transpose of A is the same as that of A.
Like for the DFT, the normalization factor in front of these transform definitions is merely a convention and differs between treatments.
Like other definitions of theories, including Popper's, Kitcher makes it clear that a theory must include statements that have observational consequences.
Like cassoulet or fondue, this French dish has its many regional definitions.
Like Stipulative definitions, it is not a valid criticism to say that a theoretical definition is " wrong about how most people use the word " nor that " the definition itself is false ".

Like and ordinary
Like other writers for New Worlds Zoline uses " science-fictional and scientific language and imagery to describe perfectly ' ordinary ' scenes of life ", and by doing so produces " altered perceptions of reality in the reader.
Like many great players, Williams became impatient with ordinary athletes ' abilities and attitudes, particularly those of pitchers, whom he admitted he never respected.
Like ordinary derivatives, the partial derivative is defined as a limit.
Like Duchamp, he did readymades — ordinary objects that are selected and modified.
Like the English portrait painter, Bellman drew detailed pictures of his time in his songs, not so much of life at court as of ordinary people's everyday ".
Like an ordinary wave, it carries energy and can propagate through a medium ( solid, liquid, gas or plasma ) or in some cases in the absence of a material medium, through a field such as the electromagnetic field.
Like the rest of the cluster, the island is of volcanic origin, with tuff, trachyte and obsidian among its ordinary rocks.
Like the Forbidden City, no ordinary Chinese citizen had ever been allowed into the Summer Palace, as it was used exclusively by the Imperial family.
Like deep ecologists, eco-terrorists subscribe to the idea of biocentrism, which is described as “ a belief that human beings are just an ordinary member of the biological community ” and that all living things should have rights and deserve protection under the law.
Like an ordinary henge, except the central flat area is less than 20 m in diameter.
Like ordinary Trainer cards and Stadium cards, Pokémon Tools are illustrated in CGI, mostly by Keiji Kinebuchi and Ryo Ueda.
Like any ordinary, they may
Like ordinary unions, tagged unions can save storage by overlapping storage areas for each type, since only one is in use at a time.
Like an ordinary street race, the player must finish first to win the race, though if the player crashes into an obstacle, the race ends.
Like ordinary main-sequence stars, cool subdwarfs ( of spectral types G to M ) produce their energy from hydrogen fusion.
Like the constitutional referendum, which is a frequent occurrence in the Republic, the ordinary referendum is open to all adult Irish citizens.
Like Webb's Dragnet, it was based on real Los Angeles police procedures and cases, and was hailed for its realistic, positive portrayal of ordinary police officers.
Like workers ' papers and other forms of alternative media in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, early street newspapers were often created because the founders believed mainstream news did not cover issues that were relevant to ordinary people.
Like the ordinary police, the Auxiliaries sometimes took reprisals in the wake of attacks by the IRA.
Like most scientific calculators, the SR-50 used ordinary infix notation, as opposed to the postfix reverse Polish notation employed by its competitor, the Hewlett Packard HP-35.
Like Wolverine, X-23's primary mutant ability is an accelerated healing factor that allows her to regenerate damaged or destroyed tissues with far greater speed and efficiency than an ordinary human.
Like his teacher, he was physician in ordinary at the court of the Fatimite caliphs of Kairouan, and to one of these, Isma ' il ibn al-Ḳa ' im al-Manṣur, Tamim dedicated an astronomical work, in the second part of which he disclosed the weak points in the principles of astrology.
Like his father, he held the office of groom of the chamber and painter in ordinary to the king, and so far as salary is concerned, he started where his father left off.

Like and may
Like Roosevelt, he can distinguish an attitude toward a Russian leader he may share with a host of Americans from the responsibilities diplomatic convention may impose upon him.
Like other abscesses, perianal abscesses may require prompt medical treatment, such as an incision and debridement or lancing.
: Like these cool lilies may our loves remain,
Like gregarines they are commonly parasites of the epithelial cells of the gut but may infect other tissues.
Like the Roman Catholic Church, these ancient Eastern churches may use the doctrine of apostolic succession in ministry in their apologetics against Protestantism.
Like some of the chemical weapons, biological weapons may also be useful as area denial weapons.
Like all international auxiliary languages ( or IALs ), Basic English may be criticised as unavoidably based on personal preferences, and thus, paradoxically, inherently divisive.
Like many powders, dysprosium powder may present an explosion hazard when mixed with air and when an ignition source is present.
Like many dogs if left alone too frequently, some dachshunds are prone to separation anxiety and may chew objects in the house to relieve stress.
Like other Wiccans, Dianics may form covens, attend festivals, celebrate the eight major Wiccan holidays, Samhain, Beltane, Imbolc ( or Imbolg ), Lammas, the solstices and equinoxes ( see Wheel of the Year ) and the Esbats, which are rituals usually held at the full moon or dark moon.
Like resources, commodities are associated with a type of terrain, can be stolen by the robber ( with Seafarers, also the pirate ), count against the resource hand limit, and may not be collected if the robber is on the terrain.
Like other forms of statistical analysis, badly specified econometric models may show a spurious correlation where two variables are correlated but causally unrelated.
Like most other intravesical bladder treatments, this treatment may require the patient to lie for 20 – 40 minutes, turning over every ten minutes, to allow the chemical to ' soak in ' and give a good coating, before it is passed out with the urine.
Like the other throwing events, the competitor may not leave the throwing area ( the runway ) until after the implement lands.
Like the googly, it may become more difficult to bowl as a bowler ages due to the flexibility and suppleness it demands from the bowler's wrist.
Like Congalach, Clann Ruadrí may have had a claim to the kingship in the female line which legal tradition would have considered to be of little importance.
Molokans themselves did not completely reject the name — even adding words like " drinking of the spiritual milk of God " ( according to I Peter 2: 2, " Like newborn babies, crave pure spiritual milk, so that by it you may grow up in your salvation ").
Like all the alkali metals, it reacts exothermically with water, to the point that sufficiently large pieces melt to a sphere and may explode ; this reaction produces caustic sodium hydroxide and flammable hydrogen gas.
Like sand, sandstone may be any colour, but the most common colours are tan, brown, yellow, red, gray, pink, white and black.
Like most modern programming languages and unlike earlier Lisps such as Maclisp or Emacs Lisp, Scheme is lexically scoped: all possible variable bindings in a program unit can be analyzed by reading the text of the program unit without consideration of the contexts in which it may be called.
Like many weapons, a spear may also be a symbol of power.
Like all information pertaining to the early days of the band, this is provided by The Cryptic Corporation and may or may not be invented.
Like the Great Bear, the tail of the Little Bear may also be seen as the handle of a ladle, hence the name Little Dipper.

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