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Likewise, in one of the passages of the novel " Tender is the Night " by F. Scott Fitzgerald, he wrote: " She wept all over a set that cost a fortune, in a Duncan Phyfe dining-room ...".
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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, small boats typically have two circuits each with their own battery / batteries: one used for engine starting ; one used for domestics.
Likewise, Jesus Christ proclaims in the Gospel of Matthew that one should " Render unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's "; that is at first, literally, the payment of taxes as binding those who use the imperial currency, but more widely interpreted as the offer of obedience and submission to the proclaimed worldly king () in matters not contrary to conscience.
Likewise one hundred and fifty years ago, not having a black slave in America would have been an ethical choice.
( 36: 13-14 ) Likewise, Muhammad was succeeded by twelve distinguished successors, one after another.
Likewise, Hebrew is considered to be the one language spoken by the united mankind before the dispersion connected with the Tower of Babel.
Likewise, one can construe semantic internalism in two ways, as a denial of either of these two theses.
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, during every full moon one might expect the Earth's shadow to fall on the Moon, causing a lunar eclipse.
Likewise Mach caused problems when memory had been moved by the operating system, another task that only really makes sense if the system has more than one address space.
Likewise, syncretism, the attempt to take over creeds of practices from other religions or even to blend practices or creeds from different religions into one new faith is an extreme form of inter-religious dialogue.
Likewise, most Agatha Christie books ( Murder on the Orient Express and And Then There Were None being the exceptions ) cause Cardassians great difficulty, as, whilst the idea that a high-ranking person is killed in mysterious circumstances appeals, they cannot understand why only one person is guilty.
Likewise, if Q ( x, n ) denotes the number of n-free integers ( e. g. 3-free integers being cube-free integers ) between 1 and x, one can show
Likewise, catalase has one of the highest turnover numbers of all enzymes ; one catalase molecule can convert millions of molecules of hydrogen peroxide to water and oxygen each second.
Likewise, a group of players are in Nash equilibrium if each one is making the best decision that he or she can, taking into account the decisions of the others.
Likewise, because Iguazu is split into many relatively small falls, one can view these a portion at a time.
Likewise, military dictatorships often take the form of " collective presidencies " such as the South American juntas of the late 20th century, meaning that no one person wields supreme power.
Likewise, at one of their concerts, a member of the Canadian Brass, referring to their arrangement of the jazz standard " Take the A Train ", said that they'd considered calling it " Take the train, eh ?".
Likewise he gives a good description of an Osprey fishing, but adds the mythical detail that the bird has one webbed foot.
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Likewise, many scholarly speeches ( e. g. the traditional Rabbi's speech on the Shabbat preceding Pesach and Yom Kippur ) often revolve around a reconciliation between two passages in Maimonides ' work.
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Likewise, P. G. Wodehouse used the phrase " Nigger minstrels " in Thank You, Jeeves ( 1934 ), the first Jeeves – Bertie novel, in admiration of their artistry and musical tradition.
" Likewise, on the 1976 edition dust jacket to Catch a Falling Spy, the novel features " Deighton's familiar hero, our bespectacled Englishman ".
Likewise, in 1963, JMG Le Clezio, winner of the 2008 Nobel Prize in literature, published the novel Le Proces-Verbal.
Likewise the rejection of the Ring by Sam and other characters in the novel is a rejection of power but can also be seen as a " desire for renown which the defeat over Sauron will bring ".
Likewise, The Dead Zone, a series based on the Stephen King novel, takes place in a fictional suburb of Bangor called Cleaves Mills.
Likewise Mahfouz sees the development of society has an important influence on the role of women, so he represents the traditional, obedient women who do not go to school such as Amina, Abd al-Jawad's wife, and her daughters in the first novel, women as students in the university such as Aida, Kamal's beloved, in the second novel, and women as students in the university, members of the Marxist party and editors of the journal of the party in the third novel.
" Likewise, in the San Francisco Chronicle the reviewer wrote " In its present form, the novel feels bloated and obvious, despite the sharpness of the descriptive writing and a couple of first-rate fight sequences.
Likewise, in the American classic novel Gone with the Wind about the Civil War, numerous references are made to grieving fiancées, women who were " wanted, if not wed ," and to the shortage of single, able-bodied ( and thus " marriageable ") men at war's end.
Likewise, unlike the novel or any functioning real regular military, they operate in squad-sized elements individually led by officers.
Likewise, fellow French Enlightenment author Rousseau, especially his Julie, ou la nouvelle Héloïse ( 1761 ) and of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's novel, Die Leiden des jungen Werther ( The Sorrows of Young Werther ) ( 1774 ).
Likewise, Megatokyo made a smooth transition from traditional four-panel comic strip to full-page graphic novel.
Likewise, as in the first novel, Wright contrasts European / Old World mythos with the American ideals of democracy, liberty, and justice.
Likewise Andy Mangels ' and Michael A. Martin's novel Section 31: Rogue ( 2001 ) established Lieutenant Hawk as being gay and having a boyfriend named Ranul Keru.
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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 ''.
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 >.