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Likewise, Roger Cohen, in an op-Ed for the New York Times propounded that, " captive minds ... resort to conspiracy theory because it is the ultimate refuge of the powerless.
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Likewise, when it is written that " the most probable explanation " of the name of Ludlow, Massachusetts " is that it was named after Roger Ludlow ", what is meant here is not that Roger Ludlow is favored by a random factor, but rather that this is the most plausible explanation of the evidence, which admits other, less likely explanations.
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Likewise, the ecumenist may become so absorbed in the conflict of the church with the totalitarian state in East Germany, the precarious situation of the church in revolutionary China, and the anguish of the church over apartheid in South Africa that he loses close contact with the parish church in its unspectacular but indispensable ministry of worship, pastoral service and counseling, and Christian nurture for a face-to-face group of individuals.
Likewise, there is a formula for combining the covariances of two sets that can be used to parallelize the computation:
Likewise, the fact that the allomorph does not appear after stem-final is because the earlier clause for the allomorph takes priority ; and the fact that the allomorph does not appear after stem-final voiceless phonemes is because the preceding clause for the takes priority.
Likewise, in Toronto, the Prince Edward Viaduct has five lanes of motor traffic, bicycle lanes, and sidewalks on its upper deck ; and a pair of tracks for the Bloor – Danforth subway line on its lower deck.
Likewise, the King James Version references some of these books by the traditional spelling when referring to them in the New Testament, such as " Esaias " ( for Isaiah ).
Likewise, for litigation of commercial disputes arising out of unpredictable torts ( as opposed to the prospective choice of law clauses in contracts discussed in the previous paragraph ), certain jurisdictions attract an unusually high fraction of cases, because of the predictability afforded by the depth of decided cases.
Likewise, as with most collectibles, a coin collection does not produce income until it is sold, and may even incur costs ( for example, the cost of safe deposit box storage ) in the interim.
Likewise, it is unclear whether prophylactic treatment of chronic infection is beneficial in persons who will undergo immunosuppression ( for example, organ transplant recipients ) or in persons who are already immunosuppressed ( for example, those with HIV infection ).
Likewise, small boats typically have two circuits each with their own battery / batteries: one used for engine starting ; one used for domestics.
Likewise, " him " is a remnant of both the Old English dative " him " and accusative " hine ", " her " serves for both Old English dative " hire " and accusative " hīe ", etc.
Likewise, tracing — drawing on a thin piece of paper, sometimes designed for that purpose ( tracing paper ), around the outline of preexisting shapes that show through the paper — is also not considered fine art, although it may be part of the draftsman's preparation.
) Likewise, if a star is circumpolar for an observer at latitude, then it never rises above the horizon as seen by an observer at latitude −.
Likewise, he believed that republics were suitable for small states and that monarchies were ideal for moderate-sized states.
" Likewise, for example, there is the behaviorist theory of education that comes from educational psychology and the functionalist theory of education that comes from sociology of education.
Likewise, there is an element, called the multiplicative identity element and denoted by 1, such that for all a in F, a · 1 = a.
Likewise Rohmer's publisher, Doubleday, refused to publish further additions to the bestselling series for the duration of the Second World War once the United States entered the conflict.
Likewise, Leo describes the use of grenades, which further reinforces the view that contact with water was not necessary for the substance's ignition.
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Likewise the Muratorian fragment shows that by 200 there existed a set of Christian writings similar to the current New Testament.
Likewise, in Boy Scouts of America v. Dale,, the Supreme Court ruled that a New Jersey law, which forced the Boy Scouts of America to admit an openly gay member, to be an unconstitutional abridgment of the Boy Scouts ' right to free association.
Likewise the notorious Lafitte brothers in New Orleans cruised under letters of marque secured by bribery from corrupt officials of tenuous Central American governments, or the briefly sovereign nation of Texas, to cloak plunder with a thin veil of legality.
Likewise in America, New York City panoramas found popularity, as well as imports from Barker's rotunda.
" Likewise, biographer Bill Libby asserted that " The sports world was hungry for a great champion when Louis arrived in New York in 1935.
Likewise the New Zealand work of Karl Wolfskehl, resulting from his sojourn in Auckland, belongs rather to the story of German literature.
Likewise, Michael Hattaway, in both his 1990 New Cambridge Shakespeare edition of 1 Henry VI and his 1991 edition of 2 Henry VI argues that the evidence suggests 1 Henry VI was written first.
" Likewise Strauss's daughter, Jenny Strauss Clay, in a New York Times article defended her father against the charge that he was the " mastermind behind the neoconservative ideologues who control United States foreign policy.
Likewise, there was an increase in vitality in the remnants of the loft jazz scene in New York, centered around David S. Ware.
Likewise, an isolated population in Doubtful Sound, New Zealand, is in decline due to calf loss coincident to an increase in warm freshwater discharge into the fjord.
Likewise, in the House of Commons of Canada, one of Delta's two MP seats is held by Kerry-Lynne Findlay of the Conservative Party while the other is held by Jinny Sims of the New Democratic Party, both elected in May 2011.
The swing states of Ohio, Connecticut, Indiana, New Jersey and New York were key to the outcome of the 1888 election, Likewise, Illinois and Texas were key to the outcome of the 1960 election.
Likewise, the border with New Mexico did not reach the Rio Grande, in order to avoid becoming entangled in the existing disputes of the western border of Texas.
Likewise, despite its origin in New York musical politics, " Downtown " music is not solely specific to Manhattan ; many major cities such as Chicago, San Francisco, even Birmingham, Alabama have alternative, Downtown music scenes.
Likewise Yeshu Ha-Notzri is the modern Hebrew equivalent for " Jesus the Nazarene " though in Christian texts the spellings Yeshua and Yeshua Ha-Notzri are preferred, as per the Hebrew New Testaments of Franz Delitzsch ( BFBS 1875 ) and Isaac Salkinsohn ( TBS 1886 ).
Likewise, until the return of the New Zealanders the brigade would have little artillery support ; as such if large Chinese forces arrived before these two units returned the forward companies would be without support and would have to accept the probability that they would be cut-off.
Likewise Frederick C. Crews of The New York Review of Books wrote, " Wells mines the standard evolutionary textbooks for exaggerated claims and misleading examples, which he counts as marks against evolution itself.
" Likewise, the appearance of the yellow press, papers such as Joseph Pulitzer's New York World in the 1880s, led journalists and historians to proclaim that a " New Journalism " had been created.
Likewise, in the New York Daily News, David Bianculli states that the episode is " a true tour de force, and another inventive triumph for this vastly underrated series " Brian Courtis in Australia's Sunday Age agrees, and writes that " Hush " is "( c ) lever, well-written and brightly directed ... Buffy at its best.
Likewise, the last New Adventure, The Dying Days, is again focused on Bernice more than the Doctor, with the Doctor absent from a substantial portion of the book.
Likewise advocates of the primacy of an Aramaic New Testament have coined a new meaning for the phrase " Greek primacy " ( earliest confirmed reference 2007 ) to describe the consensus scholarly view that the New Testament was originally written in Greek.