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Likewise, some posthumously published works were given high opus numbers by publishers, even though some of them were written early in Beethoven's career.
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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 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.
Likewise and posthumously
Likewise in the aftermath of the 1986 split in the Republican Movement, Maguire signed a statement in 1986 but was issued posthumously in 1996, he conferred this " legitimacy " on the Army Council of the Continuity IRA ( who provided a firing party at Maguire's funeral in 1993 ).
Likewise and published
Likewise, Gygax's version of the city of Greyhawk had never been published, although Frank Mentzer believed the reason for that was because " the City of Greyhawk was a later development, originally being but a location ( albeit a capital ).
Likewise, in 1963, JMG Le Clezio, winner of the 2008 Nobel Prize in literature, published the novel Le Proces-Verbal.
Likewise, it was not a direct result of Schoenberg's teaching — which ( as his various published textbooks demonstrate ) was highly traditional and conservative.
Likewise, in continental Europe, both original book-length stories such as La rivolta dei racchi ( 1967 ) by Guido Buzzelli, and collections of comic strips have been commonly published in hardcover volumes, often called " albums ", since the end of the 19th century ( including Franco-Belgian comics series such as " The Adventures of Tintin " and " Lieutenant Blueberry ", and Italian series such as " Corto Maltese ").
Likewise, ISO 3166-2, the ISO standard for country subdivision codes which was first published in 1998, predated the deletion of many alpha-2 codes.
Likewise, Heseltine's on-off friendship with Lawrence finally died, after a thinly disguised and unflattering depiction of Heseltine and Puma (" Halliday " and " Pussum ") appeared in Women in Love, published in 1922.
" Likewise, it is the only Philippine structure featured in 1001 Buildings You Must See Before You Die: The World ’ s Architectural Masterpieces, a book published by Quintessence Editions Ltd. in 2007.
Likewise, adolescent norms were not published until the 1970s, and there was not consensus on whether adult or adolescent norms should be used when the instrument was administered to youth.
Likewise, historian WG Beasley states that "... the nature of this document, as published variously in English and Chinese, does not carry conviction as to its authenticity ".
Likewise, The Double Diamond Jubilee of the Zeta Psi Fraternity of North America published in 1997 was an account of the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the Zeta Psi Fraternity.
Likewise, the book published after his death, The Cartoons of Cobean has enjoyed worldwide popularity since its publication in 1952.
Likewise and works
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, to say of an interface or language feature that it is pythonic is to say that it works well with Python idioms, that its use meshes well with the rest of the language.
Likewise, copyright provides an incentive for a publisher to act like The Dog in the Manger, taking older works out of print so as not to cannibalize revenue from the publisher's own new works.
Likewise on Titus 1: 16 (" They profess that they know God ; but in works they deny, being abominable, and disobedient, and unto every good work reprobate.
Likewise, he is the author of a Latin textbook utilizing material from his comedy as well as works by the Roman poet Terence.
Likewise, the MS E. 1939. 65. 341, though often described as merely an illustrated version of the Dresden manuscript, is a separate anthology with its own collection of works by various authors and is internally dated to 1508.
Likewise Joe's love interests are torn between the dark haired beauty who works in the bawdy-house, and the clean living blonde evangelist's daughter.