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One and effect
One effect of the proposal, which puts a premium on population instead of economic strength, as in the past, would be to take jobs from European nations and give more to such countries as India.
One frequently has the feeling that the order of their movement combinations could be transposed without notable loss of effect, there is too little suggestion of organic relationship and development.
One variation avoids the use of choice functions by, in effect, replacing each choice function with its range.
One effect of the Communion's dispersed authority has been that conflict and controversy regularly arise over the effect divergent practices and doctrines in one part of the Communion have on others.
One of the most important changes, and one that almost certainly had an effect, was the revolution in transportation that occurred at this time.
One effect is roughly 636 kW · h / m < sup > 3 </ sup >.
One preliminary study regarding the effect of DDT found that it is likely the detriment to human health approaches or exceeds the beneficial reductions in malarial cases, except perhaps in malarial epidemic situations.
One way to lessen the likelihood and the effect of bank runs is to have a money supply that can expand when money is needed.
The high speeds achieved in that race caused a rule change, which already came in effect in 1968: the prototypes were limited to the capacity of to 3. 0 litre, the same as in Formula One.
One very important feature of the Hall effect is that it differentiates between positive charges moving in one direction and negative charges moving in the opposite.
One report in 2010 suggested that international trade was increased when a country hosted a network of immigrants, but the trade effect was weakened when the immigrants became assimilated into their new country.
One result of these theories is the home-market effect, which asserts that, if an industry tends to cluster in one location because of returns to scale and if that industry faces high transportation costs, the industry will be located in the country with most of its demand, in order to minimize cost.
It is, in fact, full of theatrical codes harking back to the Dadaists ' Vox Humana experiments after World War One, Alphonse de Lamartine's " La Voix humaine ", part of his larger work Harmonies poétiques et religieuses and the effect of the creation of the Vox Humana (" voix humaine "), an organ stop of the Regal Class by Church organ masters ( late 16th century ) that attempted to imitate the human voice but never succeeded in doing better than the sound of a male chorus at a distance.
Happy are those who will be left alive at the end of the sixth millennium to enter the Shabbat, which is the seventh millennium ; for that is a day set apart for the Holy One on which to effect the union of new souls with old souls in the world ( Zohar, Vayera 119a ).
One of Shakespeare's most forceful female characters, she spurs her husband mercilessly to kill Duncan and urges him to be strong afterward, yet is herself eventually driven to death by the effect of Macbeth's murders on her conscience.
One claim is that the empirical data gathered by experimental philosophers can have an indirect effect on philosophical questions by allowing for a better understanding of the underlying psychological processes which lead to philosophical intuitions.
One effect is called Pepper's ghost.
One can imagine the effect of this calamity on science.
One observed method Microsoft uses to put the network effect to its advantage is called Embrace, extend and extinguish.
One month after the war was won in the Pacific Theater of Operations, on September 20, 1945, President Truman signed Executive Order 9621, which came into effect as of October 1, 1945.
One ironic effect of high school exit examinations is that it may become more difficult to graduate from high school than enter college.
One thing I remember having had a really depressing effect on me was the first Ramones album.
One way that organizations can avoid this effect is by having an " up or out " policy that requires termination of an employee who fails to attain a promotion after a certain amount of time.

One and spirited
One of Finkleman's central ideas was that the politicization of music in the mid-1970s ruined music, making it " mean spirited ", " pretentious " and " ugly ".
One of the rumours, dating from June 1, 2004, stated that unidentified diplomatic sources told the AFP agency that Castaño may have been spirited away to either Israel or Egypt, via Panama, allegedly with U. S. assistance.
One day, Mundson returns from a trip with a beautiful and spirited new wife, Gilda ( Rita Hayworth ).
One of Finkleman's central ideas was that the politicization of music in the mid-1970s ruined music, making it " mean spirited ", " pretentious " and " ugly ".
One of its best examples is the " Hexaemeron " of Georgius Pisides, a spirited hymn on the universe and its marvels, i. e. all living creatures.

One and these
One is tempted to say that, on the difference between the concepts of sovereignty in these two preambles, the worst war of the Nineteenth century was fought.
One is that they were established, or gained eminence, under pressure provided by these same immigrants, from whom the old families wished to segregate their children.
One of the most distressing of these scenes occurred at Spring Green toward the end of the open warfare, on a beautiful day in June.
One cannot but wonder whether these doubts about the success of Khrushchev's agricultural policy have not at least something to do with one of the big surprises provided by this Congress -- the obsessive harping on the crimes and misdeeds of the `` anti-party group '' -- Molotov, Malenkov, Kaganovich and others -- including the eighty-year-old Marshal Voroshilov.
One of these is the solidarity and the confidential relationship of marriage.
One could also add to these analogies that steel loses its magnetism by heat, which proves that steel becomes a better conductor through a rise in temperature, just as electrical bodies do.
One by one, these errors were discussed and one by one he rejected accepting them as errors.
One cannot assume, of course, that all these accumulated meanings were inherent in the stereotype at the beginning of the therapy, or at any one time later on when the stereotype was uttered ; ;
One of these is the fact that the knife employed, no matter how well sharpened, will have a slightly rounded cutting edge.
One can apply these facts to Britain in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries as she spread her dominion over palm and pine, and they can be applied again to the United States in more recent years.
One family bound wounds with bacon or salt pork strips, or, if these were not handy, plain lard.
One of these is the `` dissolve '', which makes possible a visually smooth transition from scene to scene.
One of these men is former Fire Chief John A. Laughlin, he said.
One night, so some of these theories run, Adam would have fallen asleep, much as he fell asleep for the creation of Eve ; ;
One night there were some dried peas lying on our kitchen table, and these peas looked to me like a little group of atoms ; ;
One of these days, I'm going to organize a gigantic exhibition that will span everything that's being painted these days, from extreme abstract expressionism to extreme photorealism, and then you'll be able to see at a glance how much artists have in common with each other.
One of these became the Latin alphabet, which was spread across Europe as the Romans expanded their empire.
One of these techniques involved becoming inwardly and outwardly quiet, an experience that he termed, " silence on the objective levels ".
One camp, often called the " Altaicists ", views these similarities as arising from common descent from a proto-Altaic language spoken several thousand years ago.
One of his first acts as Emperor was to persuade the Senate to grant divine honours to Hadrian, which they had at first refused ; his efforts to persuade the Senate to grant these honours is the most likely reason given for his title of Pius ( dutiful in affection ; compare pietas ).
One of these was now called the main meeting, kyria ekklesia.
One of the more dramatic successes of his theory was his prediction of the existence of secondary and tertiary alcohols, a conjecture that was soon confirmed by the synthesis of these substances.
One particular contribution towards formalizing these differences came from Noah Webster, who wrote the first American dictionary ( published 1828 ) with the intention of showing that people in the United States spoke a different dialect from Britain, much like a regional accent.

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