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Likewise when the exponent ( power ) is one, ( e. g. is written ).
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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 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, 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, after 1965 when Leone's second Western For a Few Dollars More brought a still larger box office bonanza, bounty killer suddenly became the choice profession of Spaghetti Western heroes in films like Arizona Colt, Vengeance is Mine, 10. 000 Dollars Blood Money, The Ugly Ones, Cry for Revenge, Any Gun Can Play.
Likewise, when Carter Wentworth was charged for his role in the Clamshell Alliance's 1977 illegal occupation of the Seabrook Station Nuclear Power Plant, the judge instructed the jury to disregard his competing harms defense, and he was found guilty.
Likewise, when someone said " I don't know ", green slime, a gooey substance, would pour on him or her from above.
Likewise when distilling a mixture of ethanol and water that is richer in ethanol than the azeotrope, the distillate ( contrary to intuition ) will be poorer in ethanol than the original but slightly richer than the azeotrope.
Likewise, he expressed only mild surprise when both of Abraham Simpson's kidneys were revealed to have exploded.
Likewise in the Church senior English office-holders were either expelled from their positions or kept in place for their lifetimes but replaced by foreigners when they died.
Likewise, John Anthony Walker was advised to by his handlers not to engage in espionage until he had been promoted to the highest position for which a polygraph test was not required, to refuse promotion to higher positions for which polygraph tests were required, and to retire when promotion was mandated.
Likewise, they slow down tidal water enough so its sediment is deposited as the tide comes in, leaving all except fine particles when the tide ebbs.
Likewise, Louis could not argue that he had been below the legal age of consent ( fourteen ) to marry: no one was certain when he had been born, with Louis claiming to have been twelve at the time, and others ranging in their estimates between eleven and thirteen.
Likewise, at sunset, the earliest sunset will occur when the Sun is at its lowest point on the analemma when it is close to the western horizon, and the latest sunset when it is at the highest point.
Likewise, when Minangs meet total strangers who share the same clan name, anywhere in Indonesia, they could theoretically expect to feel that they are distant relatives.
Likewise, he was a full citizen when the Persians sought submission from Sparta and met with vehement rejection in or around 492 / 491 BC.
Likewise, when a slower-than-average molecule from B flies towards the trapdoor, the demon will let it pass from B to A.
Likewise, in the tale depicting the origin of the constellation Capricornus, the Greek god of nature Pan became a fish from the waist down when he jumped into the same river after being attacked by Typhon.
Likewise, unstressed merges into when in contact with palatal consonants ( e. g. genoll ' knee '), and especially in lexical derivation with-eixement /- aixement ( e. g. coneixement ' knowledge ').
Likewise, the Butler Act, which Scopes was supposed to have violated — though it was never invoked again — remained on the books until 1967, when it was repealed by the Tennessee Legislature.
Likewise and power
Likewise, the Libre Society drafted two libre ‘ licences ’, but celebrated their lack of legal power.
Likewise, at the state ratifying conventions, over two dozen delegates in at least seven states indicated that under the Constitution, the federal courts would have the power to declare statutes unconstitutional.
Likewise the term " traitor " is used in heated political discussiontypically as a slur against political dissidents, or against officials in power who are perceived as failing to act in the best interest of their constituents.
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 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, Mountain is often erroneously referred to as a power trio, even though there were four instrumentalists ( guitar, bass, drums, and keyboards ) in the band.
" Likewise, in a 2011 interview with the BBC Friedman says that he wants his children to live in a world where " there's a strong America counterbalancing a strong and thriving China, and not one where you have a strong and rising China and an America that is uncertain, weak and unable to project power economically and militarily it historically did.
Likewise, Chomsky's analyses in Necessary Illusions represent a refocus on the use of these patterns of power, which he implies to underscore the failure of populations-particularly in a representative democracy-to learn from history in this regard.
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, only three years later, March 24, 1976, a military junta headed by General Jorge Rafael Videla, seized power in Argentina.
Likewise, Charles Barkley was one of the most dominating power forwards, despite also reaching only 6 feet 4 3 / 4 inches ( 1. 95 mt ).
Likewise, relatively short-statured Shawn Marion ranks among rebounding leaders ; he is often listed as a small forward, but defends against many power forwards.
Likewise, “ tidal bridging ” is a relatively new advancement that is gaining recognition as a more practical and beneficial way to generate tidal power.
Likewise, power strips with telecoms surge suppression circuits can demonstrate compliance with the LVD by complying with the requirements of EN 61643-21: 2001.
Likewise, celebrities don't usually possess any political power but are familiar to many of the world's citizens, and therefore possess social status.
Likewise, the native Maya had political opinions about the counter-revolution, those who benefited from Decree 900 were unhappy, whilst those who lost lands to Decree 900 were happy, especially those Maya whose autonomous communities had lost political power to the Árbenz Government ; other Maya Guatemalans favored President Árbenz, like most Guatemalans, because they understood the socio-political importance of Decree 900 for eliminating the feudalism of Guatemalan society.
* Likewise, the tunneling rate into a Luttinger liquid is suppressed to zero at low voltages and temperatures, as a power law.
Likewise, the similar game City of Heroes incorporated a Dual Pistols power set into the game in the expansion pack, Going Rogue, which involves switching between ammunition types mid-combat and various trick shots.
Likewise, the doctrine of fatalism already explicitly attributes all events and outcomes to the will of a ( vaguer ) higher power such as fate or destiny.
Likewise, the Banu Salama, removed from power in Huesca and Barbitanya ( Barbastro ) at the end of the 8th century, may have derived from Abu Salama.
Likewise, if one accepts the Marxist view of National Socialism as the culmination of capitalism, then the Nazi phenomenon is universal, and fascism can come to power in any society where capitalism is the dominant economic system, whereas the view of National Socialism as the culmination of Deutschtum means that the Nazi phenomenon is local and particular only to Germany.
Likewise, Andrew Jackson's democracy was also " a phase in the expansion of liberated capitalism ", and Progressive trustbuster Theodore Roosevelt, though he " despised the rich ", was at heart a conservative frightened by " any sign of organized power among the people ".
Likewise the continuing war against the Orthodox power of Byzantium and the inheritor of that power, the Russians, meant that Muslims were suspicious of the Catholic and Orthodox interests in Jerusalem.