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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.
Likewise, the action of Godot is centered around the absence of a man named Godot, for whom the characters perpetually wait.
* Likewise, Fremont Peak in the Wind River Mountains and Fremont Peak in San Benito County, California, are also named for the explorer.
Likewise, Joseph named his firstborn son Manasseh ( Hebrew: " causing to forget ") as a gesture of forgiveness to his brothers for selling him into slavery.
Likewise the Australian Mounted Division was originally named the Imperial Mounted Division because it contained the British 5th and 6th Mounted ( Yeomanry ) Brigades.
Likewise, a new antagonist named Gill took over M. Bisons role from the previous games as the new boss character.
Likewise, and are also " meta-symbols ", convenient shorthands, of System F " assemblies " ( in the Bourbaki sense ); otherwise, if such functions could be named ( within System F ), then there would be no need for the lambda-expressive apparatus capable of defining functions anonymously.
Likewise, they also named their compilation of the same year, You Need a Mess of Help to Stand Alone, after the Beach Boys song.
Likewise, the Neiva River, near Braga ( Bracara Augusta, old Roman capital of Gallaecia ) and Nabão River who passes through the city of Tomar are also named after her.
Likewise, her eldest half-sisters, Vipsania Agrippina and Vipsania Marcella, were named after their father.
Likewise, Dodd had a St. Bernard named Andy, and owned a home and studio ( designed by Frank Lloyd Wright ) in a forest in North Georgia that he named Lost Forest.
Likewise, Pearl C. Anderson School in Dallas, Texas named their library " The Helen Giddings Media Center.
Likewise, Avenue Dollard in LaSalle and Shawinigan, Quebec, and rue Dollard in Saint Boniface, Manitoba, are also named in his honour.
Likewise, such a charter may be misinterpreted by the modern observer as signifying that those named as recipients of the conveyance are themselves beneficial owners in the form of a commercial partnership, and therefore may be mistaken for wealthy men.
Likewise, if their corpse disappeared, leaving behind only the clothes, such as in the death of an adept named Ko Hung, this was another form of immortality known as shih chieh hsien ( corpse-free immortals ) ( Cooper, 14 ).
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.
Likewise a Danish king Chnuba is named by Widukind of Corvey's Saxon chronicles as having been defeated and forced to accept baptism in 934, and Olav Tryggvasson's Saga tells of Gnupa's defeat by Gorm the Old.
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Likewise, Kant formulated the nebular hypothesis, according to which the solar system was evolved from a rotating mass of incandescent gas, nearly a half century before its scientific value was made plain by Laplace in his Systeme Du Monde.
Likewise, " architecture " refers not only to the design of safe, functional buildings, but also to elements of creation and innovation which aim at elegant solutions to construction problems, to the use of space, and to the attempt to evoke an emotional response in the builders, owners, viewers and users of the building.
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, 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, the vision, which appeared within a circular vignette or matte, was similarly superimposed over a black area in the backdrop to the scene, rather than over a part of the set with detail in it, so that nothing appeared through the image, which seemed quite solid.
Likewise, the map which sends every differentiable manifold to its cotangent bundle and every smooth map to its pullback is a contravariant functor.
Likewise, Leo describes the use of grenades, which further reinforces the view that contact with water was not necessary for the substance's ignition.
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 crew of a Jordanian ship, MV Farah III, that ran aground near LTTE-controlled territory off the island's coast, accused the Tamil Tigers of risking their lives and forcing them to abandon the vessel which was carrying 14, 000 tonnes of Indian rice.
Likewise, a monopoly should be distinguished from a cartel ( a form of oligopoly ), in which several providers act together to coordinate services, prices or sale of goods.
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, the Benelux abolition of internal border controls was a model for the wider Schengen Accord, which today has 29 European signatories ( including the Netherlands ) pledged to common visa policies and free movement of people across common borders.
Likewise, the Muratorian fragment is evidence that, perhaps as early as 200, there existed a set of Christian writings somewhat similar to the twenty-seven book NT canon, which included four gospels and argued against objections to them.
Likewise, they are encouraged to search for the afikoman, the piece of matzo which is the last thing eaten at the seder.
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 the draft encyclical Humani Generis Unitas (" On the Unity of the Human Race "), which was ready in September 1938 but, according to those responsible for an edition of the document and other sources, it was not forwarded to the Holy See by the Jesuit General Wlodimir Ledochowski.
Likewise, the Pictish shires and thanages, traces of which are found in later times, are thought to have been adopted from their southern neighbours.
Likewise, many stores in the United States simple sell a product labeled " Romano cheese ", which usually contains cow's milk and is more mild than Pecorino Romano.
Likewise as well within the Christian " Tomb of the Cocks " in Beit Jibrin, which was a Palestinian Arab village located 13 miles northwest of the city of Hebron and part of the Kingdom of Israel, " we find two spirited cocks painted in red in the spandrels with a cross just over the center of the arch ".
Likewise, Byrne – in collaboration with Eno – released My Life in the Bush of Ghosts, which incorporated world music, ' found ' sounds, and included a number of other prominent international and post-punk musicians.
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, James Madison explained to Thomas Jefferson, " I conceive that in a certain degree ... the rights in question are reserved by the manner in which the federal powers are granted " by Article One, Section 8 of the Constitution.