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Mass spectrometric analysis of gases evolved upon heating to 410-degrees-C indicated nitrogen oxides and water vapor.
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Mass and spectrometric
* Mass spectrometric atomic spectroscopy, such as inductively coupled mass spectrometry, which probes the mass of atoms.
Mass and analysis
Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media ( 1988 ), by Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky, is an analysis of the news media, arguing that the mass media of the United States " are effective and powerful ideological institutions that carry out a system-supportive propaganda function by reliance on market forces, internalized assumptions, and self-censorship, and without overt coercion ".
In his analysis of the Gallican Mass, Duchesne assumes that the seventh-century Bobbia Sacramentary ( Bibl.
Scientific analysis of the climbers first occurred in 2006 and Mass from the summit was broadcast worldwide via RTÉ for the first time in 2008.
His media criticism has included Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media ( 1988 ), co-written with Edward S. Herman, an analysis articulating the propaganda model theory for examining the media.
In 1976, Robert Patricelli, federal Urban Mass Transportation Administrator, ordered Metro to conduct an alternatives analysis of the portion of its system that was not already under contract.
* Lee, T .- W. ( 1998 ): Independent component analysis: Theory and applications, Boston, Mass: Kluwer Academic Publishers, ISBN 0-7923-8261-7
According to recent analysis, the School of Mass Communication in Chung-Ang University has produced the highest number of journalists in managerial positions in major media organizations, whilst the Department of Advertising & Public Relations has produced the highest number of advertising agents of all universities in the country.
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In the Western rites, whether Hispano-Gallican, Ambrosian, or Roman, a very large proportion of the priest's part varies according to the day, and, as will be seen by the analysis of its Mass in this article, these variations are so numerous in the Gallican Rite that the fixed part even of the Prayer of the Consecration is strangely little.
It will be seen from the above analysis that the Gallican Mass contained a very small number of fixed elements, so that nearly the whole service was variable according to the day.
Mass and gases
* Mass spectrometers to study composition of gases released by the nucleus and the cloud of plasma ( ionized gas ) surrounding the nucleus.
Mass and evolved
The various Eucharistic liturgies used by national churches of the Anglican Communion have continuously evolved from the 1549 and 1552 editions of the Book of Common Prayer which both owed their form and contents chiefly to the work of Thomas Cranmer, who had rejected the medieval theology of the Mass in about 1547 Although the 1549 rite retained the traditional sequence of the mass, its underlying theology was Protestant.
This evolved from the practice of singing a full Psalm during the entrance of the clergy, before the Prayers at the Foot of the Altar were added to the Mass in medieval times.
Mass will quickly transfer from the initially more massive companion on to the less massive and like the collision hypothesis, would explain why there would be main sequence stars more massive than other stars in the cluster which have already evolved off of the main sequence.
In the Roman Rite this evolved into a form of Solemn High Mass celebrated by a bishop accompanied by a deacon, subdeacon, assistant deacons, thurifer, acolyte ( s ) and other ministers, under the guidance of a priest acting as Master of Ceremonies.
The French and Germans evolved the concept of accompanying Low Mass with music as an aid to the devotion of the faithful, thus giving rise to the French Organ Mass and the Deutsche Singmesse.
* Greenspan, Stanley I. and Shanker, Stuart ( 2004 ) The First Idea: How symbols, language, and intelligence evolved from our early primate ancestors to modern humans Da Capo Press, Cambridge, Mass., ISBN 0-7382-0680-6
Mass and upon
The sacrifice of the Mass was to be offered for dead and living alike and in giving to the apostles the command " do this in remembrance of me ," Christ conferred upon them a sacerdotal power.
In 2006 the two wrote The Best War Ever: Lies, Damned Lies, and the Mess in Iraq, which builds upon the arguments they posited in Weapons of Mass Deception.
Mass ( so long as the type and definition of mass is agreed upon ) is a conserved quantity over time.
There is extant a very pious Latin letter written by him to a fellow-martyr, and another to Cromwell, begging for some slight mitigation of his " close prison "; " license to go to church and say Mass here within the Tower and for to lie in some house upon the Green ".
After some time for attending to penances imposed upon him, he hears at a Mass that " you shall receive an hundredfold and shall possess eternal life ".
Mass rioting broke-out and within weeks and partly upon consistent requests by Abu Jihad, Arafat attempted to direct the uprising, which lasted until 1992 – 93.
** After greeting the people once more (" Dominus vobiscum / Et cum spiritu tuo ") and giving the invitation to pray ( Oremus ), the priest enters upon the Mass of the Faithful, from which the non-baptized were once excluded.
Ashley was seriously injured and safety operations to rescue him were inefficient and time-consuming ; and Jochen Mass lost control of his McLaren and hit a guardrail that virtually flattened upon impact.
In the Middle Ages, beginning with the Latin writings of the Goliards, the Roman Catholic Mass was drawn from or elaborated upon to create parodies of it for certain Church festivities.
It was a typical Roman Catholic Mass, but modified according to certain formulas ( some reminiscent of the Latin Sworn Book of Honorius, or its French version, The Grimoire of Pope Honorius ) and featuring the King's mistress ( the Marquise de Montespan ) as the central altar of worship, lying naked upon the altar with the chalice on her bare stomach, and holding two black candles in each of her outstretched arms.
A 10th century Vita sancti Aegidii recounts that, as Giles was celebrating Mass to pardon the Emperor Charlemagne's sins, an angel deposited upon the altar a letter outlining a sin so terrible Charlemagne had never dared confess it.
The Roman Missal promulgated in 1969 allows the use of incense at any Mass: in the entrance procession ; at the beginning of Mass to incense the cross and the altar ; at the Gospel procession and proclamation ; after the bread and the chalice have been placed upon the altar, to incense the offerings, the cross, and the altar, as well as the priest and the people ; at the elevation of the host and the chalice after the consecration.
Divine Mercy Sunday is the culmination of the novena to the Divine Mercy of Jesus, a devotion given to St. Faustina ( Maria Faustina Kowalska ) and is based upon an entry in her diary stating that anyone who participates in the Mass and receives the sacraments of Confession and the Eucharist on this day is assured by Jesus of full remission of their sins and punishments.
ICAO mandates separation minima based upon wake vortex categories that are, in turn, based upon the Maximum Take Off Mass ( MTOW | MTOM ) of the aircraft.
It is then given to the youngest cleric of the Camera, who carries it in front of the pope to the chapel, where it is placed on the altar at the foot of the cross upon a richly embroidered silk veil, where it remains during the Mass sung by the first cardinal-priest.
After the Mass, the rose is carried in procession before the pope to the sacristy, where it is carefully put away in a place set apart for it, until bestowed upon some worthy personage.
While acting as accompanist to his sister at St. Anne's Catholic Church, Edge Hill, Liverpool, he sang ' Et incarnatus est ' from Haydn's Second Mass, reading from the same score as Julius Stockhausen, as a trial, and obtained a place as bass soloist, modelling himself upon the style of the Austrian bass Josef Staudigl ( 1807 – 1861 ), and of the German bass Karl Formes ( 1815 – 1889 ) ( whom he heard as Sarastro in London ).
The Corporal of Bolsena dates from a Eucharistic miracle in Bolsena, Italy in 1263 when a consecrated host allegedly began to bleed onto a corporal, the small cloth upon which the host and chalice rest during the Canon of the Mass.
" He expressed frustration with the US, saying Libya's decision to give up its Weapons of Mass Destruction programs was contingent upon " compensation " from the US, including the signing of the Trade and Investment Framework Agreement, economic cooperation, and cooperation in purchasing conventional weapons and military equipment.
Jochen Mass and Watson were able to avoid the disabled Ensign, but when Riccardo Patrese came upon the scene, he locked up and hit the tire wall right next to Guerrero, losing a wheel.
In the Ghent Altarpiece: The Adoration of the Lamb by Jan Van Eyck ( 1438 ), the Lamb of God stands upon an altar dressed as for the Mass of the Precious Blood, with a blood-red frontal: the Lamb's blood is caught in a chalice, and its Eucharistic intention is signaled by the dove of the Holy Spirit above.
On 21 July 1855, the Congregation of Rites finally approved the Office and Mass of the Most Pure Heart of Mary without, however, imposing them upon the Universal Church.