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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 might, indeed, argue that the history of ideas, in so far as it includes the literatures, must center on characterizations of human nature and that the great periods of literary achievement may be distinguished from one another by reference to the images of human nature that they succeed in fashioning.
One may be exasperatingly aware that if the answer is favorable it will be judged such only by those of one's own age.
One may be sure the present Republican congressional leadership hasn't meant to repeat this error.
Justices Frankfurter and Jackson dissented: `` One State may cherish formalities more than another, one State may be more responsive than another to procedural reforms.
One upward-mobile teacher may be a hard taskmaster for lower-class pupils because she wants them to develop the attitudes and skills that will enable them to climb, while another upward-mobile teacher may be a very permissive person with lower-class pupils because he knows their disadvantages and deprivations at home, and he hopes to encourage them by friendly treatment.
One sitter may think `` a leather couch '' identifies a reading as surely directed to him ; ;
One might say, " Even though the usual ordering of the real numbers does not work, it may be possible to find a different ordering of the real numbers which is a well-ordering.
One may generalize this to " closed-form numbers ", which may be defined in various ways.
One may also acquire Tasbih and recite the names of Allah in such manner as " SubahannAllah " or Glory be to Allah in Arabic over and over again to acquire good deeds.
One may try to quantize an electron field without mixing the annihilation and creation operators by writing
Such an anagram may be a synonym or antonym of its subject, a parody, a criticism, or praise ; e. g. George Bush = He bugs Gore ; Madonna Louise Ciccone = Occasional nude income or One cool dance musician ; William Shakespeare = I am a weakish speller, Roger Meddows Taylor = Great words or melody.
One may distinguish between this positional system, which is identical throughout the family, and the precise glyphs used to write the numerals, which vary regionally.
One may also encounter chitronchelo or ( in Italian ) citroncello, based on lemon.
* One of the more serious of these side effects is tardive dyskinesia, in which the sufferer may show repetitive, involuntary, purposeless movements ( that are permanent and have no cure ) often of the lips, face, legs, or torso.
One study has suggested that cannabidiol may be as effective as atypical antipsychotics in treating schizophrenia.
One paper has found that alcohol use at an early age may influence the expression of genes which increase the risk of alcohol dependence.
One popular technique is to mock external interfaces or data to mimic other stories which might not be played out during an iteration ( as those stories may have been relatively lower business priority ).
One master may communicate with up to 7 slaves in a piconet ; all devices share the master's clock.
One can also consider partial binary functions, which may be defined only for certain values of the inputs.
One property many proteins have is that they specifically bind to a certain molecule or class of molecules — they may be extremely selective in what they bind.

One and conclude
One lab can conclude a stone is untreated, while another lab might conclude that it is heat-treated.
One might see all this and conclude, " Well, Leibniz's Law must not be a law at all, but a false claim!
) One may conclude that Gibbs's work was better known among the scientific elite of his day than the published material suggests.
One is not entitled to conclude, however, that the cup of tea is two thirds as good as the cup of juice, because this conclusion would depend not only on magnitudes of utility differences, but also on the " zero " of utility.
One could also conclude from this that the unknown sixth quark-the top quark-had to possess a huge mass.
If one places between the phosphorescent substance and the paper a piece of money or a metal screen pierced with a cut-out design, one sees the image of these objects appear on the negative ... One must conclude from these experiments that the phosphorescent substance in question emits rays which pass through the opaque paper and reduce silver salts.
One might conclude that there must be some statements that, for some reason, do not need justification.
" One example: " If a Sirius-C is ever discovered and found to be a red dwarf, I will conclude that the Dogon information has been fully validated.
One may therefore conclude that is irreducible over the rational numbers ( and since it is primitive, over the integers as well ).
One might conclude, though there is a minimum of supporting evidence, that the Carib language was first spoken in eastern Venezuela and the Guyanas.
One night, Caroline and Shirley conclude from the behaviour of Robert and others that an attack is imminent.
One historian would conclude in 1893, " When we take into account the characteristics of the three men we can hardly resist the conclusion that Soulé, as he afterwards intimated, twisted his colleagues round his finger.
In the course of such study, it is common to preface each chapter with the Mishnaic saying, " All Israel has a share in the world to come " ( Sanhedrin 10: 1 ), and to conclude each chapter with the saying, " The Holy One, blessed be He, wished to bestow merit upon Israel ; therefore he gave them Torah and mitzvot in abundance " ( Makkoth 3: 16 ).
One might conclude that Cincinnatians are not only experiencing the development of giants from the past but three gurus in the present.
One can conclude, for instance, that the collection of unitary operators in the Calkin algebra are homotopy classes indexed by the integers Z.
One may conclude that these people are naturally crazy, driven to rage as they were not given enough attention as children, etc.
One can conclude that for the business economy to operate, a total amount of unsalaried labour hours is required which may be close to the total amount of salaried hours worked.
On 2 May 2012, Gorman announced that he will retire from football at the end of the season after the Dons conclude their League One play-off campaign.
One might conclude that the relationship between the contemporary New Guineans and their dogs will give information about how they treated the Singers, but modern " Village Dogs " are not genetically representative of pure New Guinea Singing Dogs.
The song is also used to introduce, to conclude, and to segue to commercials on Dial Global's NFL game coverage and halftime programming ; Dial Global's sports unit as Westwood One is a former corporate sibling to CBS.
One can thus conclude the race of dogs known as the Alaunt originated with the race of people referred to as the Caucasians of Eurasian pastoral life, long advanced in domestication and not from the hunter / gatherer.
One fringe uses this same doctrine to conclude that Branham was equal to Christ, or an incarnation of God himself.
Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale's maxi-series Batman: The Long Halloween and Batman: Dark Victory depict the latter part of Year One and part of Year Two ( Long Halloween ), and conclude the character arcs with Dark Victory during the " Year Three " time frame.

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