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On the other hand, contraction and sound changes can increase the number of irregular verbs.
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On and other
On the other hand, we cannot regard artistic invention as pure, uncaused, and unrelated to the times in which it occurs.
On the other hand, if he wishes to continue in his chosen profession, he must abandon his own code and sacrifice his precious individualism.
On the other hand, Arnold's `` The unplumbed, salt, estranging sea '', taken in its context, certainly does so.
On the other hand, Dr. Ezra Styles recorded the following testimony of John Angell, the last disciple of Gorton: ``
On the other hand, he did not want to offend Edward either, and he found himself in a very difficult position.
On the other hand, the consensus of opinion is that, used with caution and in conjunction with other types of evidence, the native sources still provide a valid rough outline for the English settlement of southern Britain.
On the other side are the Celtic survivalists who have taken a tack divergent from both these schools of nineteenth century thought.
On the other hand, the bright vision of the future has been directly stated in science fiction concerned with projecting ideal societies -- science fiction, of course, is related, if sometimes distantly, to that utopian literature optimistic about science, literature whose period of greatest vigor in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries produced Edward Bellamy's Looking Backward and H. G. Wells's A Modern Utopia.
On the other hand, it is no interference with sovereignty to point out defects where they exist, such as that a plan calls for factories without power to run them, or for institutions without trained personnel to staff them.
On the other hand, the new authority of $3,825 million proposed for missile procurement ( excluding research and construction ) in 1961 is $581 million higher than for 1960.
On the other side of the Golden Horn I rode through Eminonu Square, with Yeni Cami, or the New Mosque, which dates from the Seventeenth Century, just across from the entrance to the bridge.
On the other hand, out-of-sight does not lead to out-of-mind when children cannot be easily observed and you have to make a long trek to reach the pool.
On the other hand, the process of obsoleting an old product and introducing the new one is usually mighty expensive.
On the other hand, a similar attack might have been made on City B whose population was known to be lousy.
On the other hand, there are a few antithyroid drugs of this same general type, such as resorcinol, possessing no reducing activity and possibly acting through formation of a complex with molecular iodine.
On the other hand, the temporary reduction in hypothalamic excitability through the injection of a barbiturate into the posterior hypothalamus causes a lessening in frequency and amplitude of cortical strychnine spikes until the hypothalamic excitability is restored.
On the other hand, the null space of Af and the null space of Af together span V, the former being the subspace spanned by Af and the latter the subspace spanned by Af and Af.
) On the other hand, even when the binomial model does not describe well the physical phenomenon being studied, the binomial model may still be used as a baseline for comparative purposes ; ;
On the other hand, the women class members appeared to reach a far greater understanding than have women members in other sections that it is more natural for males as a group to view sex as sex rather than always associating it with love as most women seem to do.
On and hand
On the one hand, the Public Health Service declared as recently as October 26 that present radiation levels resulting from the Soviet shots `` do not warrant undue public concern '' or any action to limit the intake of radioactive substances by individuals or large population groups anywhere in the Aj.
On such occasions he had not had the courage to look at the face above the hand, whatever face it might be.
On the other hand, in a more favorable vein, general business activity should receive some stimulus from rising Federal spending, and the reduction in business inventories has probably run a good part of its course.
On the one hand, the major European nations had to maintain vis-a-vis each other an emphasis upon sovereignty, independence, formal equality -- thus insuring for themselves individually an optimal freedom of action to maintain the `` flexibility of alignment '' that the system required and to avoid anything approaching a repetition of the disastrous Napoleonic experience.
On and contraction
On contraction, these alternately pass the blood to a single ventricle which pumps it both into both the systemic vessels ( which service the body at large ) as well as the pulmonic vessels ( which return to the lungs for oxygenation ).
The interrelationships between volume change behavior ( dilation, contraction, and consolidation ) and shearing behavior were all connected via the theory of plasticity using critical state soil mechanics by Roscoe, Schofield, and Wroth with the publication of " On the Yielding of Soils " in 1958.
On May 31, 1878, the contraction in the circulation was halted at $ 346, 681, 016-a level which would be maintained for almost 100 years afterwards.
On the other hand, length contraction would be an example of an apparent transformation, since the simultaneous positions of the endpoints in the moving frame must be calculated in addition to the initial Lorentz transformation.
On May 10th, following intensive media coverage, MAFF announced that the risk of contraction of disease at the farm had been re-assessed and downgraded.
On the television program Super Animal, a woman compared her pain from childbirth to her experience with Irukandji syndrome: " It's like when you're in labor, having a baby, and you've reached the peak of a contraction — that absolute peak — and you feel like you just can't do it anymore.
On the Lat Pulldown exercise the cadence is as follows: 3 seconds pulling down ( Positive movement ), followed by a 1 second pause & squeeze ( at full contraction ), followed by a 4 second return ( Negative movement ), followed by a 1 second rest.
On contraction of the sheath, sheath subunits slide over each other and the tail shortens to 10-15 nm in length.
On the lumbar spine, unilateral contraction bends the trunk laterally, while bilateral contraction raises the trunk from its supine position.
On and sound
On the surface, this seems a sound approach to Christian mission: members of the congregation show by their friendly attitudes that they care for new people ; ;
On the other hand, North American English has undergone some sound changes not found in other varieties of English speech:
On Amiga 1000 ( and first Amiga 500 and Amiga 2000 model ), the power LED had no relation to the filter's status, a wire needed to be manually soldered between pins on the sound chip to disable the filter.
Image showing shock waves from NASA's X-43A hypersonic research vehicle in flight at Mach 7, generated using a computational fluid dynamics algorithm. On September 30, 1935 an exclusive conference was held in Rome with the topic of high velocity flight and the possibility of breaking the sound barrier.
On early recording mediums ( until 1925 ) such as wax cylinders and discs carved with an engraving needle, sound balancing meant that musicians had to be literally moved in the room.
On the other hand, the desired sound varies geographically ; European players, especially British ones, generally use a faster, more constant vibrato and a more veiled tone, while Americans tend to prefer a more straightforward, open sound with slower and less frequent vibrato.
On the sound stage, they move and adjust major set pieces when something needs to be moved to get a camera into position.
On guitars that have them, these components and the wires that connect them allow the player to control some aspects of the sound like volume or tone.
On Ensoniq sound boards, the controller provided several advantages compared to competitors without a CPU on board.
Norton produced their second full album, Doolittle, which was recorded in the last six weeks of 1988 and seen as a departure from the raw sound of Come On Pilgrim and Surfer Rosa.
On the other hand, sound changes can sometimes be sporadic, affecting only one particular word or a few words, without any seeming regularity.
) On the other hand, < ευ > is sometimes pronounced and sometimes, depending on the following sound.
On January 10, 2012, The Residents released " Coochie Brake "; it focused on an ambient, slightly ethnic sound, with lyrics in Spanish spoken by, apparently, a new singer.
On their 2003 album Mescalero, ZZ Top adopted a more contemporary sound while maintaining their influences from their earlier musical pursuits.
Squire and Couzens started a new band, The Fireside Chaps, with bassist Gary " Mani " Mounfield, later recruiting a singer named Kaiser and drummer Chris Goodwin, and changing their name to The Waterfront ( after the film On the Waterfront ), their sound influenced by 1960s groups and contemporary bands such as Orange Juice.
On the album, Blur moved away from their Parklife-era sound, and their music began to assimilate American lo-fi influences, particularly that of Pavement.
On the smaller end of the spectrum, subwoofer drivers as small as 4 " may be used, depending on the design of the loudspeaker enclosure, the desired sound pressure level, the lowest frequency targeted and the level of permitted distortion.
) On November 25 he reached Saint Petersburg, having been asked by the new prime minister, Katsura Tarō, to sound out the Russians, entirely unofficially, on their intentions in the Far East.
On one occasion, when Bash Street were to put on a Nativity Play, Smiffy had asked what sound a sheep made.
On the retail-channel side, most retail stores chains and wholesale distributor were selling AdLib sound cards by 1990.
On Saturday morning, December 9, 1531, he reported the following: As he was walking to church, he heard the sound of birds singing on Tepeyac hill and someone calling his name.