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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 critic claims it is unclear what it means to say that an apple participates in applehood.
Likewise, as portrayed on radio shows, children would have to explain what trick-or-treating was to puzzled adults, and not the other way around.
Likewise, Cypherpunks have also discussed under what conditions messages could be encrypted without becoming noticed or flagged as special by network monitoring systems installed by oppressive regimes.
* Likewise, God is not evil ( to say that God can be described by the word ' good ' limits God to what good behavior means to human beings individually and en masse ).
Likewise there is Dean Saxo who died in 1190, however the date does not match what is known about Saxo.
Likewise, some parts of what is called Casselberry do not lie within the city.
Likewise, different philosophers and statesmen have designed different lists of what they believe to be natural rights ; almost all include the right to life and liberty as the two highest priorities.
Likewise, the capacity and duration of SM cannot be influenced by top-down control ; a person cannot consciously think or choose what information is stored in SM, or how long it will be stored for.
Likewise, the French derivation from spinetta, épinette, is specifically what the virginals is called in French, although the word is also used for any other small quilled instrument, whether a small harpsichord or a clavichord.
Likewise, the region that the players explore can determine what types of monsters they will face, which famous individuals they will encounter, and what types of missions they assume.
Likewise, Lazarsfeld's focus on empirical discovery rather than grand theory (" abstract empiricism " in the words of C. Wright Mills ) was one of the spurs that led Robert K. Merton to develop what he called " theories of the middle range.
Likewise with piety, if defined as " what is liked by the gods "; it is liked for some reason, not just because it is liked, so that one likes it, by itself, does not make an action pious.
Likewise, he deplores implementing scenarios to show off technology just for the sake of it, sarcastically asking what is the point of cutting down " thousand heads of cabbages on screen.
Likewise, he categorizes people by what they wear and how they look because they are more easily " understood " in terms of labels and stereotypes.
Likewise, bodily pain that induces fear, such as a cut, wound or fracture, evoke sympathy because of the danger that they imply for ourselves ; that is, sympathy is activated chiefly through imagining what it would be like for us.
Likewise, those who perform backups need to know to what extent they were successful, regardless of scale.
Likewise, Melinda is fascinated by Cubism, because it represents what is beyond the surface.
Their support for Singlish stems from the belief that Singlish can forge social cohesion and according to some, “ It may be the only thing that makes us Singaporean Likewise, celebrity STOMP blogger, Leow Ju Len says in this blog post: I mean, our tourism slogan is ' Uniquely Singapore ', and what could be more uniquely Singaporean than Singlish ?".
Likewise, Adam escapes from 314 and makes his way out into the world, and much like Frankenstein's monster, he finds a little boy and asks the boy who and what he ( Adam ) is, then murders and dissects him.
Likewise, Sachs proposes, developed countries cannot give only a fraction of what is needed in aid and expect to reverse the poverty trap in Africa.
Likewise, according to both Frame and Van Til, every non-Christian system contains what Jacques Derrida calls " alterity ", that is each system contains the very principles for its downfall.
Likewise, the first syllable of the second line ( the first of the word " Italiam ") is heavy (" long by nature ") because it contains a long vowel, and it will be heavy no matter what sounds come after.
Likewise, on The Charlie Rose Show, he shared that he felt this term, when applied to his work, greatly limited him and his expectations of what might come of his writing, and so does not really like it.

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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.
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 ".
“ Thus we find them emerging at once in the eleventh century, in countries the most diverse, and the most remote from each other, in Italy, France, and even in the Harz districts in Germany .” Likewise, also, “ traces of Sabbath-keepers are found in the times of Gregory I, Gregory VII, and in the twelfth century in Lombardy .”
Likewise, whether we are born in the higher or lower realms, we are never outside samsara.
Likewise if we assume five-character upper case keys, there are K = 26 < sup > 5 </ sup > possible keys, of which the majority will not " work ".
Likewise we find mention of monographs of Theophrastus on the early Greek philosophers Anaximenes, Anaxagoras, Empedocles, Archelaus, Diogenes of Apollonia, Democritus, which were made use of by Simplicius ; and also on Xenocrates, against the Academics, and a sketch of the political doctrine of Plato.
Likewise, if we are engaging in a formal system of logic, then we are to simply follow the rules without question.
Likewise, we may say that and are inverses of each other.
Likewise, we can also express dx in terms of dy and solve for y in terms of θ:
Likewise, it is possible that a human-centred or anthropocentric / androcentric ethic is not an accurate depiction of reality, and there is a bigger picture that we may or may not be able to understand from a human perspective.
Likewise, if we imagine running time backwards from a given event, the event's past light cone would likewise encompass more and more locations at earlier and earlier times.
" The high rates of white emigration and fears post-2010 are also satirized " Likewise, should we be looking at Perth or London post-2010 ?.
Likewise, the Ra ' avya wrote that all those that we mentioned for about sexual enticement are specifically for things that are not customarily exposed ... all is according to the customs and the locations.
Likewise, in Poe's " The Tell-Tale Heart ," the energy at the end of the story comes from the fact that we know the narrator killed the old man, while the guests are oblivious.
Likewise in, Ethnomethodology's Program ( 2002 ), we again find a multiplicity of theoretical references, including the usual suspects from Studies, and introducing among others Merleau-Ponty, etc., a key theoretical statement by Emile Durkheim regarding the objectivity of social facts, and a key insight into ethomethodology's way of doing theory.
Likewise, we can put in place of the predicate any other predicate belonging to Mark Twain and only to Mark Twain, without changing the logical value.
Likewise, if we have a system of two electrons, we can measure the total spin by applying, where acts on electron 1 and acts on electron 2.
Likewise we see merchants ' sons as troubadours ; this was the case with Folquet of Marseille and Aimeric de Peguilhan.
In The Threatening Storm, Pollack argued " the only prudent and realistic course of action left to the United States is to mount a full-scale invasion of Iraq to smash the Iraqi armed forces, depose Saddam s regime, and rid the country of weapons of mass destruction .” Pollack predicted, “ It is unimaginable that the United States would have to contribute hundreds of billions of dollars and highly unlikely that we would have to contribute even tens of billions of dollars .” Likewise, he wrote,we should not exaggerate the danger of casualties among American troops.
Likewise, if we turn over the red card and find that it has the label " 3 ", this also does not break the rule.
Likewise there is the tea plant, which bears very sweet berry, and wild thyme which we used as tea, and is very good and much more plentiful than the former.

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