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One notable exception is the court's decision in Princo Corporation vs. International Trade Commission.
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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 of Alan's most notable works was one he modeled after Boethius ’ Consolation of Philosophy, to which he gave the title De Planctu Naturae, or The Plaint of Nature, and which was written most likely in the late 1160 ’ s.
One particularly notable example was an alternate adaptor designed by BMUG and commercialized by Farallon as PhoneNet.
One notable modification of oxygen theory was provided by Berzelius, who stated that acids are oxides of nonmetals while bases are oxides of metals.
One notable example occurred in 2000, when DC Comics refused to allow permission for the reprinting of four panels ( from Batman # 79, 92, 105 and 139 ) to illustrate Christopher York's paper All in the Family: Homophobia and Batman Comics in the 1950s.
One notable Manifesto Group exception was its secretary, future Defence Secretary George Robertson, who was the only officer to remain.
One of the most notable characteristics of the modern study of classics is the diversity of the field.
One notable use was during the French Revolution, when the dethroned King Louis XVI ( a member of the House of Bourbon and a direct male-line descendant of Hugh Capet ) and Queen Marie Antoinette ( a member of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine ) were referred to as " Louis and Antoinette Capet " ( the queen being addressed as " the Widow Capet " after the execution of her husband ).
One of the most notable of these returns came on November 12, 2006, when he returned a missed field goal for a 108-yard touchdown.
One of the most notable characteristics of New England ( or British )- heritage Congregationalism has been its consistent leadership role in the formation of " unions " with other churches.
One notable exception to this rule is if the kicking team on a 3rd down punt play is penalized before the kick occurs: the receiving team may not decline the penalty and take over on downs.
One notable fact is that a number of Gong An works may have been lost or destroyed during the Literary Inquisitions and the wars in ancient China.
One of the most notable and oldest living adherents of Hachijō-daiko is the nonagenarian Kumao Okuyama.
One of the most notable of these was Lizzie Doten, who in 1863 published Poems from the Inner Life, in which she claimed to have " received " new compositions by Poe's spirit.
One notable design, Henry Smolinski's Mizar, made by mating the rear end of a Cessna Skymaster with a Ford Pinto, disintegrated during test flights, killing Smolinski and the pilot.
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One state, Alabama, closes its fiscal year on September 30, and all cities in the state, with one exception, also close fiscal years on September 30.
One exception to this rule was the Italian Cannone da 90 / 53 which was highly effective when mounted on trucks, a fit known as the " autocannoni da 90 / 53 ".
One exception was a lengthy interview with Libération in 2003 in which he explained his approach to filmmaking.
One exception is Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, which locates Arthur's court at " Camelot "; however, in Britain, Arthur's court was generally located at Caerleon, or at Carlisle, which is usually identified with the " Carduel " of the French romances.
One exception is the environmental scanning electron microscope, which allows hydrated samples to be viewed in a low-pressure ( up to ) and / or wet environment.
One notable exception to this general trend, Switzerland, mandates the possession of a personal, government-issued firearm by members of the militia ( typically males between 20 and 30 ).
One exception was a military force of Poles from the Polish Legions that had fought in Napoleon's army.
One exception is Barjami road, named after one of the leading engineers behind Kistas modernisation, Sam Barjami.
One exception to this modern trend is Joseph Campbell's book The Hero With a Thousand Faces ( 1949 ), which claims that all hero myths follow the same underlying pattern.
After World War II, racing recommenced in the 1950s and the Nordschleife of the Nürburgring again became the main venue for the German Grand Prix as part of the Formula One World Championship ( with the exception of 1959, when it was held on the AVUS in Berlin ).
One major exception is the fourth verse of the poem For the Fallen by Laurence Binyon which is often known as " The Ode to the Fallen " or more simply as " The Ode ".
One exception can be modern Cherokee who are predominantly monotheistic but apparently not panentheistic ( as the two are not mutually exclusive ); yet in older Cherokee traditions many observe both aspects of pantheism and panentheism, and are often not beholden to exclusivity, encompassing other spiritual traditions without contradiction, a common trait among some tribes in the Americas.
( One exception is the trunk engine piston, shaped more like those in a modern internal-combustion engine.
One significant exception is the river with the most abundant flow in Spain, the Ebro, which flows eastward to the Mediterranean.
One exception to these laws exists in Crown Casino, any player with a VIP loyalty card can still insert $ 100 notes and use the autoplay feature, whereby the machine will continue to play without player intervention until credit is exhausted or the player intervenes.
One exception, rice, most of which was produced in the east, had become a major nontraditional export in recent years.