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One wonders about its applicability to people.
One should not, of course, pluck the head off a flower and expect its perfume to linger on.
One of the most salient features of literary value has been deemed to be its influence upon and organization of emotion.
One effect of the spirited give-and-take of these discussions was to focus attention on practical applications and the necessity of being armed with the facts: knowledge of the destructive force of even the tiniest `` tactical '' atomic weapon would have a bearing on judgments as to the advisability of its use -- to defend Berlin, for example ; ;
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 could shave in the reflection of its French-polished panels, and its axles were greased like those of roulette wheels.
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 morning, we discovered not only that the pennies were missing from the idol but that a cigarette had been stubbed out in its lap.
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 reason for the unique vitality of the chorus is its great variety in expression.
One year the Department collected a file of case histories to document its argument that men in the field were paying the government's entertainment bills out of personal income.
One characteristic of the spirit in community is its givenness.
One denomination had a membership of 1,419,833 at the beginning of the period under study, and twenty years later its membership stood at 1,541,991 -- a net growth of only 122,158.
One of its features attractive to the West is its irreverence for tradition and dogma and for sacred texts.
One of the very best is only now published in this country, five years after its first publication in England.
One item in this unhappy scheme was to have Germany policed exclusively by its continental neighbors, among whom only the Soviet Union possessed real military strength.
One could hardly blame Newbold Morris, the Parks Commissioner, for devoting so much grateful mention to the department's technicians who at short notice provided the stage with its rising platforms, its balcony, its generous wings and even its impressive trapdoors for the use of the villains.
One of the missing handspikes came out of its hiding place after Midshipman Tillotson had been insolently disobeyed by Seaman Wilson.
One of the attributes of ANOVA which ensured its early popularity was
One Nepōhualtzintzin ( 91 ) represented the number of days that a season of the year lasts, two Nepōhualtzitzin ( 182 ) is the number of days of the corn's cycle, from its sowing to its harvest, three Nepōhualtzintzin ( 273 ) is the number of days of a baby's gestation, and four Nepōhualtzintzin ( 364 ) completed a cycle and approximate a year ( 1 days short ).

One and key
One of the key challenges in glass cockpits is to balance how much control is automated and how much the pilot should do manually.
One could " hotkey " from one operating system to the next using the Alt-Tab key combination.
One key differentiation for AppleTalk was it contained two protocols aimed at making the system completely self-configuring.
One of the key clauses was that companies who made Nintendo games were not allowed to make that game on a competing system for a period of two years.
He added two key members to his stock company, Albert Austin and Eric Campbell, and embarked on a series of elaborate productions — The Floorwalker, The Fireman, The Vagabond, One A. M. and The Count.
One of the key priorities of the reform of the military is make it more ethnically diversified.
One of the asymmetric algorithm types, elliptic curve cryptography, or ECC, appears to be secure with shorter keys than those needed by other asymmetric key algorithms.
One of the key tasks of constitutions within this context is to indicate hierarchies and relationships of power.
One solution made use of a grid of hexagonal keys with symbols inscribed into dimples in the keys that were either in the center of a key, across the boundary of two keys, or at the joining of three keys.
One minimal chordic keyboard example is Edgar Matias ' Half-Qwerty keyboard described in patent circa 1992 that produces the letters of the missing half when the user simultaneously presses the space bar along with the mirror key.
One of the key goals of the council was to combat the heresy of the Cathars.
One of the key aims was to make the data independent of the logic of application programs, so that the same data could be made available to different applications.
One key challenge is the management of municipal solid waste.
One of the key thinkers of the Midlands Enlightenment, he was also a natural philosopher, physiologist, slave trade abolitionist,
One of the key reasons for the success of the IBM PC ( and the PC clones that followed it ) was the active ecosystem of third-party expansion cards available for the machines.
One of the earliest public key encryption applications was called Pretty Good Privacy ( PGP ).
One of the key persons who greatly influenced fascism, the French revolutionary syndicalist Georges Sorel was greatly influenced by anarchism and contributed to the fusion of anarchism and syndicalism together into anarcho syndicalism.
One key element is the Global Rinderpest Eradication Programme, which has advanced to a stage where large tracts of Asia and Africa have now been free of the cattle disease rinderpest for an extended period of time.
One of the key features of graphic design is that it makes a tool out of appropriate image selection in order to possibly convey meaning.
One key distinction is the purpose for the practice ; handloaders often seek smaller batches of high-quality ammunition, whereas reloaders are said to make large quantities of ammunition that does not need to be of as high quality but at least one authority ( McPherson ) holds that a better distinction for these connotations is that, regardless of quantity, handloads tend to be of generally high quality while reloads tend to be merely functional.
One of the key economic challenges was Iraq's immense foreign debt, estimated at $ 125 billion.
One of Icon's key concepts is that control structures are based on the " success " or " failure " of expressions, rather than on boolean logic, as in most other programming languages.
One of the earliest such reformers was Robert Owen, known for his pioneering efforts in improving conditions for workers at the New Lanark mills, and often regarded as one of the key thinkers of the early socialist movement.
One of the key features of the first computer-controlled ICBM, the Minuteman missile, was that it could quickly and easily use its computer to test itself.
One of the key internal arguments against the total authenticity of the Testimonium is that the clear inclusion of Christian phraseology strongly indicates the presence of some interpolations.

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