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More restrictions came in 1616 ( the restriction of foreign trade to Nagasaki and Hirado, an island northwest of Kyūshū ), 1622 ( the execution of 120 missionaries and converts ), 1624 ( the expulsion of the Spanish ), and 1629 ( the execution of thousands of Christians ).
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More generally, other proponents argue that free trade — while not making wars impossible — will make wars, and restrictions on trade caused by wars, very costly for international companies with production, research, and sales in many different nations.
More recent technology such as GPS and cellular networks have permitted courts to order more specific restrictions, such as permitting a registered child sex offender to leave his home at any time of day, but alerting authorities if they come within 100 metres of a school, park, or playground.
More conventional variations allow prior restrictions on scope, agenda, and groupings, e. g. couples or interest groups or tendency or factions or even formal parties.
More and more of these special stages were added to get around the increasing number of restrictions about what could be allowed on the public road, and eventually the entire sport evolved into the two separate forms that exist today.
More controversial restrictions include those laws that prohibit convicted felons from voting or, as seen in Bush v. Gore, disputes as to what rules should apply in counting or recounting ballots
More important changes introduced by the amendment included restrictions on the right to habeas corpus, an extension of the right of the government to declare a state of emergency, changes to provisions dealing with the reference of bills to the Supreme Court by the president and various changes needed to bring the official Irish text of the constitution into line with the English text.
More significantly, the easing of import restrictions led to a large number of Japanese used imports, which were far cheaper than locally-assembled used cars, and continue to outnumber so-called ' NZ New ' vehicles.
More rules by the ABC had to be passed, including restrictions from doctoring the bowling ball's surface at anytime once the ball has passed inspection by an official.
More recently, the chamber has called for a two-to five-year repeal of the Love Field travel restrictions that are better known as the Wright Amendment.
More generally, access restrictions are of three kinds: from the outside to the inside ( through firewalls and VPN ), from the inside to the inside ( user profiles and access levels ), from the inside to the outside ( e. g. web filtering ).
More recently ( within the last decade ), in Northern Europe-specifically in Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom, 24 Hour " music and dance " licences have been granted and which do not necessarily have alcohol restrictions.
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More precisely, Ural – Altaic came to subgroup Finno-Ugric and Samoyedic as " Uralic " and Turkic, Mongolic, and Tungusic as " Altaic ", with Korean sometimes added to Altaic, and less often Japanese.
The most popular Spaghetti Westerns were those of Sergio Leone, whose Dollars Trilogy ( A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly ), featuring Clint Eastwood and scores by Ennio Morricone, came to define the genre along with Once Upon a Time in the West.
More powerful 486 iterations such as the OverDrive and DX4 were less popular ( the latter available as an OEM part only ), as they came out after Intel had released the next generation P5 Pentium processor family.
More substantial backing came from John Roebuck, the founder of the celebrated Carron Iron Works, near Falkirk, with whom he now formed a partnership.
More unexpected resistance came in the less progressive courts of Spain, the Two Sicilies, and Portugal.
More settlers came, and with the establishment of the first post office in 1881, the name of the community was changed to Melrose.
More recent challenges to this traditional belief came at the turn of the 20th century from scholars such as William Wrede in 1903 and Alfred Loisy in 1933 challenged the traditional view of the authorship.
More trouble came when Taft fired Gifford Pinchot, a leading conservationist and close ally of Roosevelt.
Amos first came to local notice by winning a county teen talent contest in 1977, singing a song called " More Than Just a Friend ".
More success came after Ernst Lubitsch was hired as head director ; Harry Rapf left the studio and accepted an offer to work at MGM.
Following that came More Than Idle Chatter, the six compositions of which focus on processings of the human voice using linear predictive coding, granular synthesis, and plucked string synthesis ; its three highlights are granular synth pieces called " Idle Chatter ," " Just_more_idle_chatter ," and " Notjustmoreidlechatter ," which look at the same thing from multiple perspectives.
More service closures came in January 2011 when the closing of five language services was announced as a result of the financial situation the corporation was facing following the eventual financial transfer of responsibility for the World Service from the Foreign Office to the BBC license fee.
More South Slavs came in a second wave, and according to some scholars were invited by Emperor Heraclius to drive the Avars from Dalmatia.
The quotation first came from Robert J. Hanlon of Scranton, Pennsylvania, according to his friend Joseph Bigler, as a submission for a book compilation of various jokes related to Murphy's law published in 1980 titled Murphy's Law Book Two, More Reasons Why Things Go Wrong.
In 1787, he came into contact with Thomas Clarkson and a group of anti-slave-trade activists, including Granville Sharp, Hannah More and Charles Middleton.
More upheaval came when his wife Floride Calhoun organized Cabinet wives against Peggy Eaton, wife of Secretary of War John Eaton.
More importantly, they were used as trading posts with the indigenous peoples who came to the posts with furs from their trapping season.
: More and more frequently, people began visiting to see the Matisse paintings — and the Cézannes: " Matisse brought people, everybody brought somebody, and they came at any time and it began to be a nuisance, and it was in this way that Saturday evenings began.
Using as the number of compounding intervals, with interest of 100 %/ in each interval, the limit for large is the number that came to be known as ; with continuous compounding, the account value will reach $ 2. 7182818 .... More generally, an account that starts at $ 1, and yields ( 1 +) dollars at simple interest, will yield < sup ></ sup > dollars with continuous compounding.
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He had married in 1610 / 11 to a cousin Katherine More, and by 1616 was charging that she had committed adultery with a longtime lover, conceiving four children by him.
More and restriction
More precisely, H is a subgroup of G if the restriction of * to H x H is a group operation on H. This is usually represented notationally by H ≤ G, read as " H is a subgroup of G ".
More precisely, given a sub-structure closed under some operations, the inclusion map will be an embedding for tautological reasons, given the very definition by restriction of what one checks.
More generally, the restriction ( or domain restriction or left-restriction ) A ◁ R of a binary relation R between E and F may be defined as a relation having domain A, codomain F and graph G ( A ◁ R ) =