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Likewise, aesthetic judgments may be culturally conditioned to some extent.
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Likewise, the ethical intuitionist claims that basic moral truths — whether they are principles ( such as don't kill people ) or judgments ( such as it is wrong to kill people )-- are known without inference, and in particular they are known via one's rational intuition.
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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, in some jurisdictions, the state or prosecution may appeal an issue of law " by leave " from the trial court and / or the appellate court.
Likewise, the left bead of the thousands wire ( and the million wire, if present ) may have a different color.
Likewise, if the skill is being used in a commercial or industrial way it may be considered design instead of art, or contrariwise these may be defended as art forms, perhaps called applied art.
Likewise, poor or outdated equipment, particularly the failure of management to introduce new technology, may also cause problems.
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, one might assume that criminalize acts that in themselves do not harm other people (" victimless crimes ") may prevent subsequent harmful acts ( assuming that people " prone " to commit these acts may tend to commit harmful actions in general ).
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, a design may be a simple repetition ( copy ) of a known preexisting solution, requiring minimal, if any, creativity or problem-solving skills from the designer.
Likewise, patients diagnosed with global aphasia may be re-diagnosed with expressive aphasia upon improvement.
Likewise, nations that violate international arms control agreements, even if claiming to be acting within the scope of their national sovereignty, may find themselves with a range of penalties or sanctions regarding firearms placed on them by other nations.
* " Likewise, hypnotic treatment may assist in insomnia in the same way as other relaxation methods.
Likewise, various parties in a dispute may be pointing blame at each other, rather than fixing the problem, and leaving the person or group suffering from the problem to continue to suffer in limbo.
Likewise, cold-cathode gauges may be reluctant to start at very low pressures, in that the near-absence of a gas makes it difficult to establish an electrode current-in particular in Penning gauges, which use an axially symmetric magnetic field to create path lengths for ions that are of the order of metres.
Likewise, most cases of sciatica and other mechanical radiculopathies are treated by general practitioners, though they may be referred to neurologists or a surgeon ( neurosurgeons or orthopedic surgeons ).
Likewise, the term photophobia may be used to define a physical complaint ( i. e. aversion to light due to inflamed eyes or excessively dilated pupils ) and does not necessarily indicate a fear of light.
Likewise, it is disputed whether Kashubian may be regarded as a dialect of Polish or a separate language.
Likewise, he may choose to hug the sprinter's line ( a red line 85 cm up track ) to force his opponent to come higher over the top of him.
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Likewise, a charged particle will tend to stick to an uncharged surface and vice versa, and a charged particle will be very strongly attracted to a surface exhibiting an opposite charge.
Likewise, there is a formula for combining the covariances of two sets that can be used to parallelize the computation:
Likewise, the angular momentum can be measured from far away using frame dragging by the gravitomagnetic field.
Likewise, the problem of computing a quantity on a manifold which is invariant under differentiable mappings is inherently global, since any local invariant will be trivial in the sense that it is already exhibited in the topology of R < sup > n </ sup >.
Likewise, in Eastern Christianity, both meat and dairy are prohibited during the Lenten fast, and eggs are seen as " dairy " ( a foodstuff that could be taken from an animal without shedding its blood ).
Likewise, a functor from G to the category of vector spaces, Vect < sub > K </ sub >, is a linear representation of G. In general, a functor G → C can be considered as an " action " of G on an object in the category C. If C is a group, then this action is a group homomorphism.
Likewise Seyfert galaxies were suspected to be industrial accidents because their enormous and directed energy output had no initial explanation.
Likewise, Hebrew is considered to be the one language spoken by the united mankind before the dispersion connected with the Tower of Babel.
Likewise, the tradename Hycodan points to its relationship with oxycodone ( Percodan ) hy-for hydrogen, per-for oxygen ( as in potassium permanganate ) -- this can also be seen with other trade names for other drugs, like Permonid ( desomorphine ) and Hydal ( hydromorphone ).
Likewise he gives pictures of deer swimming in Loch Ness, and birds that could be taken as a " head and neck " sighting.
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Likewise, the school of psychology known as behaviorism ( see Verbal Behavior ( 1957 ) by B. F. Skinner ) puts forth the point of view that language is a behavior shaped by conditioned response, hence it is learned.
Likewise, the response to the CS was the conditioned response ( CR ) and that to the US was the unconditioned response ( UR ).
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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, some philosophers feel that these dichotomies necessitate a switch from materialism to physicalism.
Likewise, due to this high magnetic capacity per weight, neodymium is used in the electric motors of hybrid and electric automobiles, and in the electricity generators of some designs of commercial wind turbines ( only wind turbines with " permanent magnet " generators use neodymium ).
Likewise, the symmetric key algorithm used in PGP version 2 was IDEA, which might, at some future time, be found to have a previously unsuspected cryptanalytic flaw.
Likewise, Manchuria was also governed by military generals until its division into provinces, though some areas of Xinjiang and Manchuria were lost to the Russian Empire in the mid-19th century.
Likewise, some animals have turned into familiar monsters of past fantasy and lore and both monsters and human magicians have regained magical powers.
Likewise, some gay men view frotting or oral sex as maintaining their virginity, with anal penetration regarded as virginity loss, while other gay men consider frotting or oral sex to be their main forms of intercourse.
Likewise, some Unitarian Christians also believe that Unitarian Universalists are intolerant of Christian thought and tend to marginalize Christians.
Likewise, a change in is not necessary to change y, because a change in y could be caused by something implicit in the error term ( or by some other causative explanatory variable included in the model ).
Likewise, the process of character simplification in mainland China since the 1950s has the result that Japanese speakers who have not studied Chinese may not recognize some simplified characters.
Likewise, some of Leonard Bernstein's works he designated as operas ( e. g., Trouble in Tahiti ) are categorized as operettas, and his operetta Candide is sometimes considered a musical.
Likewise, if the ETF starts the trading session higher by $ 1. 12, then that would signal an approximate gain for the Dow of 112 points at the open, even if some components begin trading at 9: 31 am or 9: 33 am due to a delay.
Likewise, some may go in or out of fashion, or evolve over time, just as terms in oral languages do.
Likewise, there are some lamas ( Buddhist teachers ) of the Tibetan tradition called " ngagpa ," who do not receive monastic ordination.
Likewise, Norman and — later — French influences led to some interesting word pairs in English, such as the following, which both mean " someone who defends ":
Likewise in competitive sports, or in the workplace, some forms of aggression may be sanctioned and others not.
Likewise, the terms transsexual and intersex are regarded by some people as falling under the umbrella term " transgender " though many transsexual and intersex people object to this ( both for different reasons ).
Likewise, the concept of ' Pataphysics –" the science of imaginary solutions "– first presented in Jarry's Gestes et opinions du docteur Faustroll, pataphysicien ( Exploits and Opinions of Dr. Faustroll, pataphysician ) was inspirational to many later Absurdists, some of whom joined the Collège de ' pataphysique, founded in honor of Jarry in 1948 ( Ionesco, Arrabal, and Vian were given the title Transcendent Satrape of the Collège de ' pataphysique ).
Likewise, in Australia in 1998, a referendum on whether to adopt a new preamble was accompanied by a promise that the preamble, if adopted, could not be enforceable by the courts, as some were concerned with how the preamble could be interpreted and applied.
Likewise, his idea of intrinsic randomness generation — that natural systems can generate their own randomness, rather than using chaos theory or stochastic perturbations — implies that explicit computational models may in some cases provide more accurate and rich models of random-looking systems.