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On the surface of the right kidney there were also 2 yellow, firm, friable raised areas measuring up to 2 cm. in diameter.
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On and surface
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 average, the Atlantic is the saltiest major ocean ; surface water salinity in the open ocean ranges from 33 to 37 parts per thousand ( 3. 3 – 3. 7 %) by mass and varies with latitude and season.
On the surface, Andrew Carnegie appears to be a strict laissez-faire capitalist and follower of Herbert Spencer, often referring to himself as a disciple of Spencer.
On the surface, Young and Duke collected of lunar samples for return to Earth, while Command Module Pilot Ken Mattingly orbited in the Command / Service Module above to perform observations.
On the Sandberg, the Schnaitberg and the Schradenberg hills, all in the west of Aalen, the Eisensandstein ( Iron Sandstone ) formation emerges to the surface.
On the long-term average, the Baltic Sea is ice-covered for about 45 % of its surface area at the maximum annually.
On the other hand, were surface regions with lower energy available, the water occupying surface locations of higher potential energy would move to occupy these positions of lower energy, inasmuch as there is no barrier to lateral movement in an ideal liquid.
On other planets and moons that experience more-active surface geological processes, such as Earth, Venus, Mars, Europa, Io and Titan, visible impact craters are less common because they become eroded, buried or transformed by tectonics over time.
On October 11, 1955, Muller & Bahadur ( Pennsylvania State University ) observed individual tungsten ( W ) atoms on the surface of a sharply pointed W tip by cooling it to 78 K and employing helium as the imaging gas.
On the surface, an inventor named Goro Ibuki, his nephew Rokuro and their friend Hiroshi Jinkawa are off on an outing near a lake when Seatopia makes itself known to the Earth by drying up the lake the trio was relaxing nearby and using it as a base of operation ( unknown to our heroes.
" On the surface this implies that Matthew was written in Hebrew and translated into Greek, but Matthew's Greek " reveals none of the telltale marks of a translation.
On the surface of any body of ice at a temperature above about − 20 ° C (− 4 ° F ), there is always a thin film of liquid water, ranging in thickness from only a few molecules to thousands of molecules.
On May 28, 2002, NASA reported that Odyssey's GRS had detected large amounts of hydrogen, a sign that there must be ice lying within a meter of the planet's surface.
On the surface of the Earth, an object with a mass of 50 kilograms weighs 491 Newtons ; on the surface of the Moon, the same object still has a mass of 50 kilograms but weighs only 81. 5 Newtons.
On the surface, the crew would have at their disposal 2 Dragon spacecraft with inflatable modules as habitats, 2 ERVs, 2 Mars ascent vehicles and 8 tonnes of cargo.
On stony meteorites, the heat-affected zone is at most a few mm deep ; in iron meteorites, which are more thermally conductive, the structure of the metal may be affected by heat up to 1 cm below the surface.
On and right
On the right is the Brumidi Liberty group, as it looked after cleaning operations, which had not yet come around to the other end ; ;
On the right window, at eye level, in smaller print but also in gold, was Gonzalez, Prop., and under that, Se Habla Espanol.
On the December 13, 2010 episode of The Colbert Report, Stephen reads a passage of A Modest Proposal in support of Ted Turner's suggestions on reducing overpopulation by having poor people sell ( to rich people ) their right to bear a single child per family.
" On July 27, 1868, the day before the Fourteenth Amendment was adopted, U. S. Congress declared in the preamble of the Expatriation Act that " the right of expatriation is a natural and inherent right of all people, indispensable to the enjoyment of the rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness ," and ( Section I ) one of " the fundamental principles of this government " ( United States Revised Statutes, sec.
On the left are the blue and white rhombuses of Bavaria, while the right half is split into two sliver and black triangles.
On a trip to Washington, with a final plea for help in East Tennessee in early 1863, he gave a speech in Indianapolis, saying: " If the institution of slavery denies the government the right of agitation, and seeks to overthrow it, then the government has a clear right to destroy it.
On 5 May 1809, the right of citizenship was granted to Jews, and they were permitted to engage in trade and agriculture.
On the right of these French and Bavarian positions, between Oberglauheim and Blenheim, Tallard deployed 64 French and Walloon squadrons ( 16 drawn from Marsin ) supported by nine French battalions standing near the Höchstädt road.
On the Allied right, Eugene's Prussian and Danish forces were desperately fighting the numerically superior forces of the Elector and Marsin.
On the far right, towards Foulz, the British battalions and squadrons took up their posts in a double line near the Jeuche stream.
On Overkirk ’ s right flank, close to Ramillies, ten of his squadrons suddenly broke ranks and were scattered, riding headlong to the rear to recover their order, leaving the left flank of the Allied assault on Ramillies dangerously exposed.
On the left side, is a function mapping any point in space to a complex number ; on the right side, is a ket.
Image: Hainan Airlines-Boeing 737-86N. jpg | On the right side of this Hainan Airlines aircraft, the text runs from right to left ( 空 航 南 海 ).
On the Union right, demonstrations escalated into full-scale assaults on Culp's Hill and Cemetery Hill.
Xun Zi chapter ( 22 ) " On the Rectification of Names " claims the ancient sage-kings chose names () that directly corresponded with actualities (), but later generations confused terminology, coined new nomenclature, and thus could no longer distinguish right from wrong.
* On a computer running Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, or Unix running the X Window System, clicking the secondary mouse button ( usually the right button ) opens a context menu for the region that is under the mouse pointer.
On the left of the tree are agricultural instruments and on the right is a factory, showing Dedham's history first as a town of farmers and then a one with a number of mills and factories, particularly along Mother Brook.
On 16 June, Dewar set out the legislative programme for the Executive which included: an Education bill to improve standards in Scottish schools ; land reform to give right of access to the countryside, a bill to abolish the feudal system of land tenure ; and a bill to establish National Parks in Scotland.