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Likewise, eating in the sukkah does not per se impinge on one's own celebration of Shemini Atzeret.
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Likewise, hyperphagia ( excessive eating ) may be a result of hormonal imbalances, mental disorders ( e. g. depression ) and others.
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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, 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, this view does not take into account the fact that a Macedonian koiné language was already in existence.
Likewise if John says he has a flush, but in fact he does not, his hand is judged on its actual merits, not his verbal declaration.
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, Pierre Borel wrote in 1655 that a kind of long-knife called a ' bayonette ' was made in Bayonne but does not give any further description.
" Likewise, it has been held that Section 2 of the Twenty-first Amendment does not affect the Supremacy Clause or the Establishment Clause.
Likewise there is Dean Saxo who died in 1190, however the date does not match what is known about Saxo.
Likewise, the U. S. Constitution does not provide any such requirement for a U. S. Supreme Court justice or other federal judge, although no non-lawyer has ever been appointed as a federal judge.
Likewise does not believe the surrender of 343 to be a retrojection, not finding many similarities between the events of 343 and 211.
Likewise, it explains why the ' r ' moved after the vowel in third and thirteen, even though they originally had it before like three still does.
Likewise, the earliest sunset does not occur on the winter solstice, but rather about two weeks earlier, again depending on the viewer's latitude.
Likewise, amicability is an important component of popularity, as a person who does not like others is unlikely to be liked by others.
" Although the book makes the claim that PAZUZU ( like all entities listed therein ) was of Sumerian origin, critics John Wisdom Gonce III and Daniel Harms document the erroneous nature of such a claim, stating: " Likewise, the demon Pazuzu does not appear in myth until Assyria's rise in the first millennium B. c., long after Sumer's prime ...
Likewise it does not appear from the Qur ’ an that only girls should be available ; both sexes are mentioned ( although their descriptive qualities are feminine, as alluded to, by the Hadiths ).
Likewise, just because it is sensible not to bother with addressing a man's right to receive an abortion, does not mean that only women should be protected from torture.
Likewise, those strolling the streets of Manhattan's West Side could gaze up at a 102 feet tall Sports Illustrated mural of Gooden painted on the side of a building at 351 West 42nd Street in Times Square, whose caption asked " How does it feel to look down the barrel of a loaded gun?
Likewise, frost does not precipitate out of the atmosphere but rises from the ground ; so it, too, is not precipitation.
Likewise, the British Government's Health and Safety Executive ( HSE ) states formally that any threshold for mesothelioma must be at a very low level and it is widely agreed that if any such threshold does exist at all, then it cannot currently be quantified.
Likewise, he objected that the statement that " The only book in front of me is red " does not entail the sensory statement " Redness would probably appear to me were I to seem to myself to see a book ", because redness is not likely to appear under a blue light-bulb.
Likewise, the Millennium Line of the SkyTrain connects the same communities as the former Burnaby Lake Line ; however, the new SkyTrain line does not follow the original right-of-way, which is now the route of Highway 1 through Burnaby.
Likewise does it ignore the presence ( and insult the memory ) of Charles ' daughter and sole heir, Charlotte, who was daily at her father's side, nursing him right up to the moment of his death despite her own cancer.
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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 Country A, a perfectly state capitalist country with a planned economy with very low average per capita income would receive a higher score for having lower income inequality than Country B with a higher income inequality, even if the bottom of Country B's population distribution had a higher per capita income than Country A.
Likewise, battles do not center around the destruction of the opponent's base or units, but rather around control points, of which there will be three to five per battle.
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, the Mikvah at Masada – see Map-is consistent with the Rabbinic requirements per tractate Mikvaot, but was constructed approx.
Likewise, if the Transmitter is sending 16 bits per channel to a Receiving device with 24 bits of precision, the receiver will simply Zero-fill the missing bits.
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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, 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, 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, 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, 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 >.
Likewise an almost identical Swedish tale from the 18th century about a golden cross on blue appearing in 1157 during a Swedish battle in Finland.
Less formally, the equivalence relation ker on X, takes each function f: X → X to its kernel ker f. Likewise, ker ( ker ) is an equivalence relation on X ^ X.
Likewise, in his criticism of Frege in the Philosophy of Arithmetic, Husserl remarks on the distinction between the content and the extension of a concept.
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, 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, the pitcher is recorded as having given up a hit, a run for each runner that scores including the batter, and an earned run each for the batter and for all baserunners who did not initially reach base on error, except that the runs scored by any runners who reached base while facing an earlier pitcher are charged to that pitcher.
Likewise, Jarrett's explosion of rage in prison on being told of his mother's death is widely hailed as one of Cagney's most memorable performances.
Likewise, every hominid species found on the Ringworld is descended from Pak breeders, and all are susceptible to the virus of Tree-of-life.
Likewise, Mao Zedong rejected environmentalism and believed that, based on the laws of historical materialism, all of nature must be put into the service of revolution.
Likewise, the Trust's control of patents on motion picture cameras ensured that only MPPC studios were able to film, and the projector patents allowed the Trust to make licensing agreements with distributors and theaters – and thus determine who screened their films and where.
Likewise, the German Heckler & Koch MP5K ( a weapon small enough to be concealed on one's person or in a briefcase ), is also classed as a compact submachine gun.
Likewise, during every full moon one might expect the Earth's shadow to fall on the Moon, causing a lunar eclipse.
Likewise, Mande is often assumed to be the second-most distant branch based on its lack of the noun-class system prototypical of the Niger – Congo family.
Likewise ( and more commonly ), a double sharp sign on a key signature with a single sharp indicates only a double sharp, not a triple sharp.
Likewise King Alfred the Great ( 849 – 899 ), wanting to restore English culture, lamented the poor state of Latin education: Alfred the Great proposed that students be educated in Old English, and those who excelled would go on to learn Latin.
Likewise, Richard McNally states, " The term ' pseudoscience ' has become little more than an inflammatory buzzword for quickly dismissing one's opponents in media sound-bites " and " When therapeutic entrepreneurs make claims on behalf of their interventions, we should not waste our time trying to determine whether their interventions qualify as pseudoscientific.