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One tiny detail in a happening can clog the memory and stick like meat in a crooked tooth, while the rest of the occurrence will go hazy and uncertain.
One can only speak of what is in front of him, and that now is simply the mess ''.
One can meet with aloofness almost anywhere: the THIDIU viewpoint, It Doesn't Affect Us!!
The assumptions upon which the example shown in Figure 3 is based are: ( A ) One man can direct about six subordinates if the subordinates are chosen carefully so that they do not need too much personal coaching, indoctrinating, etc..
One of the obvious conclusions we can make on the basis of the last election, I suppose, is that we, the majority, were dissatisfied with Eisenhower conservatism.
One of the early humorists already mentioned, Thomas Bangs Thorpe, can be used to illustrate another point where Faulkner touches authentic Southern materials and also earlier literary treatment of those materials.
One thing you can say about Mr. Lyford is that he does not suffer from any insecurity as an American.
One can see it as humiliating that an extra hormone casually fed into our chemistry may induce us to lay down our lives for a lover or a friend ; ;
One can imagine that with her and Gorton there it was no place for anyone with weak nerves.
One way that this can be done, other than by hiring new high-priced professors, is by constantly encouraging the department members to raise their standards of performance.
One of the more remarkable of the new cooling systems is one that can be switched to heating.
One of the advantages of this method is that the `` pill '' can remain in the patient for several days, permitting observation under natural conditions.
One can take a vase of about 800 B.C. and, without any knowledge of its place of origin, venture to assign it to a specific area ; ;
One can make them say the same thing only by not listening to them very carefully and hearing only what one wants to hear.
One can assume that some of the brightest boys are out of town.
One of the sit-in leaders has said: `` Nobody from the top of Heaven to the bottom of Hell can stop the march to freedom.
One can even argue -- though this is a delicate matter -- that every justification existed for their returning the Public Lecture to the First Church, and so to suppress it, rather than let Parker use it as a sounding board for his propaganda when his turn should come to occupy it.
One seed-to-seed life cycle for an annual can occur in as little as a month in some species, though most last several months.
One party can tell many others a piece of information without losing it themselves, the original information store never becomes empty.
One of his problems in life is that he can rarely find the correct words to express what he means.
One can also find there similar formulas for covariance.
One benefit is that the statistical moment calculations can be carried out to arbitrary accuracy such that the computations can be tuned to the precision of, e. g., the data storage format or the original measurement hardware.

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One advantage that would come to the city in having a full-time director, he said, is that East Providence would become eligible to apply to the federal government for financial aid in purchasing equipment needed for a sound civil defense program.
One can then apply clustering algorithms to that expression data to determine which genes are co-expressed.
One illustrative example of a two-body interaction where this form would not apply is for electrostatic potentials due to charged particles, because they certainly do interact with each other by the coulomb interaction ( electrostatic force ), shown below.
One way to use this in a response to skepticism is to apply the same strategy to the terms used in a skeptical argument in the following way ( DeRose, 1999 ):
One view is the hard reductionist position that the ToE is the fundamental law and that all other theories that apply within the universe are a consequence of the ToE.
One way to study ISI in a PCM or data transmission system experimentally is to apply the received wave to the vertical deflection plates of an oscilloscope and to apply a sawtooth wave at the transmitted symbol rate R ( R = 1 / T ) to the horizontal deflection plates.
# One of the most common views is the Hyperbole View, which argues that portions of what Jesus states in the Sermon are hyperbole, and that if one is to apply the teaching to the real world, they need to be " toned down.
One method uses friction to apply the needed torque: the gyroscope in a gyrocompass is not completely free to reorient itself ; if for instance a device connected to the axis is immersed in a viscous fluid, then that fluid will resist reorientation of the axis.
( One person, one vote does not apply to the composition of the U. S. Senate because that chamber's makeup is prescribed by the U. S. Constitution.
Deming explained, " One need not be eminent in any part nor in all four parts in order to understand it and to apply it.
One disadvantage of stainless steel is that, being made of thin metal, they tend to be noisier than most other sink materials, although better sinks apply a heavy coating of vibration-damping material to the underside of the sink.
One student report made the following observations about the informal rules that seem to apply to Infinite Corridor traffic:
One way to prove Chebyshev's inequality is to apply Markov's inequality to the random variable Y = ( X − μ )< sup > 2 </ sup > with a = ( σk )< sup > 2 </ sup >.
One might expect the term " radiator " to apply to devices that transfer heat primarily by thermal radiation ( see: infrared heating ), while a device which relied primarily on natural or forced convection would be called a " convector ".
One of the probable reasons for controversy is that current terminologies ( quorum sensing, diffusion sensing, efficiency sensing ) all imply an understanding of the motives and benefits of the process, and may be observed to apply under some circumstances but not others.
Individuals desiring to become officers must apply to be trained at a facility in the Negev desert called " Bahad One " ( abbreviation of " Basis Hadracha ", Instruction Base ).
One day, he decided to cut his hair short, part it in the middle and apply Kabuki white make-up on his face.
One characterization of a linearly dependent set is that one of its elements can be written as a linear combination of the other elements ; if this is to apply to the linearly dependent set containing just the zero vector, it must be that the zero vector is a linear combination of no vectors at all, which is an empty sum of vectors.
One of the most widely used techniques in which turbulent flows are tackled is to apply Reynolds decomposition.
One of the most outspoken of the small-town broadcasters, Ed Craney of KGIR in Butte, Montana, went so far as to apply to move his station, then on the 1370 kHz regional channel, to a class I-A signal on 660 kHz, asking the FCC to downgrade the NBC New York flagship, WEAF, to make way for the Butte station.
One does not apply to join the Society — one is invited, and then only after the application is proposed by a current member in good standing.
One can then apply this weight to various concepts.
One of the goals of empirical science is to obtain objective results that apply to almost everyone.

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