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Often they are able to get in only because the area is declining economically.
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Often the relatives plead with him not to do this, since they know they may never see the person again .</ br > Rieux works to combat the plague simply because he is a doctor and his job is to relieve human suffering.
Often, they consider that morality seems to be binding – obligations are seen to convey more than just a preference, but imply that the obligation will stand, regardless of other factors or interests.
Often this irregular shape is due to their many centers of ossification or because they contain bony sinuses.
Often posted on bulletin boards, clipped strips had an ancillary form of distribution when they were faxed, photocopied or mailed.
Often when a fan does not agree with one of the events in a story ( such as the death of a favorite character ) they will choose to ignore the event in question so that their enjoyment of the franchise is not diminished.
Often, such bonds have no particular orientation in space, since they result from equal electrostatic attraction of each ion to all ions around them.
Often however Beavers with testicles intact, after escaping as far away as possible, have drawn in the coveted part, and with great skill and ingenuity tricked their pursuers, pretending that they no longer possessed what they were keeping in concealment.
Often, the same set of degrees is used for higher doctorates, but they are distinguished as being honoris causa: in comprehensive lists, the lettering used to indicate the possession of a higher doctorate is often adjusted to indicate this, for example, " Hon.
Often, people refer to a " biased estimate " or an " unbiased estimate ," but they really are talking about an " estimate from a biased estimator ," or an " estimate from an unbiased estimator.
Often, low-income and minority communities are located close to highways, garbage dumps, and factories, where they are exposed to greater pollution and environmental health risk than the rest of the population.
Often represented as stages through which people pass as they mature, developmental theories describe changes in mental abilities ( cognition ), social roles, moral reasoning, and beliefs about the nature of knowledge.
Often they are the first port of call to critically ill or gravely injured patients, and must perform a variety of procedures to stabilize such patients, such as intubation, burr hole, cricothyroidotomy, and emergency laparotomy or thoracotomy to stanch bleeding.
Often depending on which constitutional category ( above ) a head of state belongs to, they may have some or all of the roles listed below, and various other ones.
Often local officials were assigned minimum quotas of kulaks to identify, and were forced to use their discretionary powers to " find " kulaks wherever they could.
Often the legal vassal of pope or emperor ( either Byzantine or Holy Roman ), they were the real power-brokers in the south until their erstwhile allies, the Normans, rose to preeminence: The Lombards regarded the Normans as barbarians and the Byzantines as oppressors.
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Often, too, the social institutions are housed in these pavilions and palaces and bridges, for these great structures are not simply `` historical monuments '' ; ;
Often it is recognized that all the details of the pattern may not be essential to the outcome but, because the pattern was empirically determined and not developed through theoretical understanding, one is never quite certain which behavior elements are effective, and the whole pattern becomes ritualized.
Often, therefore, there are a number of rules having the same effect, and commonly other sets of rules as well, having the opposite effect.
Often these procedures are coupled with legislation or other common law doctrines that establish standards for proper rulemaking.
Often, low-floor trams are fitted with nonpivoting bogies and many tramway enthusiasts see this as a retrograde step, as it leads to more wear of both track and wheels and also significantly reduces the speed at which a tram can round a curve.
Often, these materials are then converted into finished products, and a significant amount of value is added.
Often, cult movies have failed to achieve fame outside small fanbases ; however, there are exceptions that have managed to gain fame among mainstream audiences.
Often, happenings begin innocently enough, until more and more of the workings behind the scenes are revealed.
Often overlooked in Confucian ethics are the virtues to the self: sincerity and the cultivation of knowledge.
Often, methods of promoting development and social justice to are critiqued as being imperialistic, in a cultural sense.
Often versions of the same missile are produced for different launch platforms ; sometimes air-and submarine-launched versions are a little lighter and smaller than land-and ship-launched versions.
Often, ray tracing methods are utilized to approximate the solution to the rendering equation by applying Monte Carlo methods to it.
Often this involves stressing what are now conservative views of free-market economics and belief in individual responsibility, with social liberal views on defence of civil rights, environmentalism and support for a limited welfare state.
Often, poor usability can lead to implementations that are fragmented — isolated initiatives by individual departments to address their own needs.
Often in these stories the limbs, hair, blood, bones or organs of the primeval being are somehow severed or sacrificed to transform into sky, earth, animal or plant life, and other worldly features.
Often, in American legal and business documents that speak of governing bodies ( e. g., a board that governs small businesses in China ) these bodies are described as " creatures of statute " to inform readers of their origins and format although the national governments that created them may not term them as creatures of statute.