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Likewise and Muratorian
Likewise the Muratorian fragment shows that by 200 there existed a set of Christian writings similar to the current New Testament.

Likewise and is
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, SECAM is used with a variety of 625-line standards.
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, bony fish can release the ammonia into the water where it is quickly diluted.
Likewise, the boiling point decreases with decreasing pressure until the triple point is reached.
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, the symbol Δ ( delta ) is used as a prefix for the right-handed propeller twist.
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 >.

Likewise and evidence
Likewise, the 2007-08 search season did not deliver conclusive evidence of the bird:
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, Shakespeare's apparent mistake of placing the Oracle of Delphi on a small island has been used as evidence of Shakespeare's limited education.
Likewise, Michael Hattaway, in both his 1990 New Cambridge Shakespeare edition of 1 Henry VI and his 1991 edition of 2 Henry VI argues that the evidence suggests 1 Henry VI was written first.
Likewise, there is no evidence for any accessory olfactory bulb in adult human beings, and the key genes involved in VNO function in other mammals have pseudogeneized in human beings.
Likewise, although lutein and zeaxanthin are suspected to inhibit macular degeneration and cataracts, there was insufficient scientific evidence from clinical trials for such specific effects or health claims.
Likewise, evidence for the asymmetry was considered to be " plentiful ” ( Fiske & Taylor, 1991, p. 73 ) and “ pervasive ” ( Aronson, 2002, p. 168 ).
Likewise, some say that the human mind is not naturally inclined to form beliefs based on evidence, viz.
Likewise, evidentialism will be rejected by more sophisticated versions of reliabilism, some of which will allow evidence an important but limited role, as opposed to the all-encompassing role assigned to it by evidentialism.
Likewise, in many cases of attainder, the king could coerce the parliament into approving the attainder and there would be a lower or non-existent burden of proof ( evidence ) than there would be in court.
Likewise, he is highly skilled in Muay Thai but there is no evidence at present to suggest a formal training history or competitive career.
Likewise, evidence from all four categories of sources supports the idea that Smith approved of the use of rods for dowsing activities.
Likewise it has been suggested that, like his son, he may have been ruler of " another part of the kingdom " of Pamplona, or even that he was regent of the entire kingdom ( for which there is no evidence ).
Likewise, there is also no evidence that he or one of his acquaintances did not have access to these sources.

Likewise and perhaps
Likewise, transmitters are carefully designed to avoid unwanted interference and feature power outputs from a few tens of milliwatts to perhaps 50 watts for a mobile unit, up to a couple of hundred watts for a base station.
Likewise, where competition for resources is more competitive — both in the number of species and the height of surrounding plants — there are times when it is to the advantage of a plant to develop into arborescent, dendroid “ trees .” This development is because these particular Pachypodium must compete with other plants for resources in a dry deciduous forest, composed of, perhaps, arborescent Aloe, members of the Didiereaceae genera -- Alluaudia, Alluaudiopsis, Decaryia, and Didierea ; all endemic to Madagascar -- and Uncarina species, for instance.
Likewise, a correlation between recreational drug use and psychiatric disorders might be either way around: perhaps the drugs cause the disorders, or perhaps people use drugs to self medicate for preexisting conditions.
Likewise conspiracy theorists are famously prone to identify a ( perhaps coincidental ) pattern, and conclude that it must have great significance, although things that are important, life-changing, and even catastrophic, can occur simply out of random chance.
Likewise, it was assumed that societies start out primitive, perhaps in a Hobbesian state of nature, and naturally progress toward something resembling industrial Europe.
Likewise, the Supreme Court Act 1981, has been renamed the " Senior Courts Act 1981 " by the Constitutional Reform Act 2005, because the Supreme Court of Judicature, the subject of the 1981 Act, is being renamed because of the creation of a new, unrelated court called ( perhaps confusingly ) the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.
Likewise, it was assumed that societies start out primitive, perhaps in a Hobbesian state of nature, and naturally progress toward something resembling industrial Europe.

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