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Likewise, and equally fascinating, is the news that such unlikely synonyms as `` pratakku '', `` sweathruna '', and the tongue-twister `` nnuolapertar-it-vuh-karti-birifw- '' all originated in the same village in Bathar-on-Walli Province and are all used to express sentiments concerning British `` imperialism ''.
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Likewise, the Logrus seeks to destroy Corwin's Pattern, since it represents an additional artifact of Order against Chaos ( although not in accord with the Order of Amber's Pattern ) — but equally cannot do so without the risk of a counter-stroke from Amber's Pattern.
Likewise, a lowbrow is devoted to a singular interest, a person “ of thoroughbred vitality who rides his body in pursuit of a living at a gallop across life ”; and, therefore, are equally worthy of reverence, as they, too, are living for what they intrinsically know as valuable.
Likewise, the professions they select are equally diverse: law, medicine, business, education, science, or the arts ".
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Likewise, it is Miss Marple herself who poses as a maid to find out the facts of the case, not a young friend of hers who has made a business of it.
Likewise, there is a formula for combining the covariances of two sets that can be used to parallelize the computation:
Likewise a popular Hindu ritual form of worship of North Malabar in Kerala, India is the Tabuh Rah blood offering to Theyyam gods, despite being forbidden in the Vedic philosophy of sattvic Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism, Theyyam deities are propitiated through the cock sacrifice where the religious cockfight is a religious exercise of offering blood to the Theyyam gods.
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 there has been long debate on how perception of beauty in the natural world, especially perception of the human form as beautiful, is supposed to relate to perceiving beauty in art or artefacts.
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, a baserunner can attempt to steal a base, or the batter can choose to swing at an intentional ball ; however, these rarely occur since taking these risks is rarely more beneficial to the offensive team than allowing the walk.
Likewise, Jeremiah ’ s exclamation “ For I hear the whispering of many: Terror is all around !” ( Jer.
Likewise, a continuous-time filter is minimum-phase if the zeros of its transfer function fall in the left half of the complex s-plane.
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, 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.
Likewise, the only difference between ruby and sapphire is the type of impurities present in a corundum crystal.
Likewise, spheres are compact, but a sphere missing a point is not since a sequence of points can tend to the missing point without tending to any point within the space.
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, " 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, 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 >.
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Likewise, CNN / US occasionally turns to CNNI newscasts, primarily when major international news breaks during overnight hours in the US.
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Likewise, Joseph E. Stiglitz, speaking not only on China but East Asia in general, comments " The countries that have managed globalization ... such as those in East Asia, have, by and large, ensured that they reaped huge benefits ..." According to The Heritage Foundation, development in China was anticipated by Milton Friedman, who predicted that even a small progress towards economic liberalization would produce dramatic and positive effects.
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, written texts include nonverbal elements such as handwriting style, spatial arrangement of words and the use of emoticons to convey emotional expressions in pictorial form.
Likewise, a type collection might focus on an unusual design feature such as coins with a hole in the middle, coins that are not circular in shape or coins with brockage.
Likewise, blunt weapons such as maces and warhammers could harm the wearer by their impact without penetrating the armour ; usually a soft armour, such as gambeson, was worn under the hauberk.
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, they generally require more thought and planning than party games, such as Pictionary or Trivial Pursuit, but less than classic strategy games, such as chess and Go.
Likewise the Ruhr steel industry went into sharp decline, as its prices were undercut by lower-cost suppliers such as Japan.
Hiragana is used to write native words for which there are no kanji, including particles such as から kara " from ", and suffixes such as さん ~ san " Mr., Mrs., Miss, Ms ." Likewise, hiragana is used to write words whose kanji form is obscure, not known to the writer or readers, or too formal for the writing purpose.
Likewise, the price of shot for reloading shotshells over the last several years has also risen by an order of magnitude, such that lead shot that was readily available for around $ 0. 50 / lb.
Likewise, East Asian paintings and other works of art ( such as porcelain and lacquerware ) were highly prized in Europe since initial contact in the 16th century.
Likewise, businesses, such as automobile dealerships, that receive cash in excess of US $ 10, 000 must likewise file a Form 8300 with the Internal Revenue Service, identifying the source of the cash.
Likewise, Asian martial arts become well-documented during the medieval period, Japanese martial arts beginning with the establishment of the samurai nobility in the 12th century, Chinese martial arts with Ming era treatises such as Ji Xiao Xin Shu, Indian martial arts in medieval texts such as the Agni Purana and the Malla Purana, and Korean martial arts with Joseon era texts such as Muyejebo ( 1598 ).
Likewise the colonies banned many secular entertainments, such as games of chance, maypoles, and drama, on moral grounds.
Likewise, the concept of tradition has been used to defend the preservation and reintroduction of minority languages such as Cornish under the auspices of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages.
Likewise, in areas where trees grew in marginal conditions such as aridity or semi-aridity, the techniques of dendrochronology are more consistent than in humid areas.
" Likewise, certain types of ethical theories, especially deontological ethics, sometimes distinguish between ' ethics ' and ' morals ': " Although the morality of people and their ethics amounts to the same thing, there is a usage that restricts morality to systems such as that of Kant, based on notions such as duty, obligation, and principles of conduct, reserving ethics for the more Aristotelian approach to practical reasoning, based on the notion of a virtue, and generally avoiding the separation of ' moral ' considerations from other practical considerations.