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One of its primary applications was usage in Technicolor's dye imbibition printing ( dye transfer ).
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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 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 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 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 primary
One might use such findings to indicate the strength of informal primary associations in the factory, an interpretation which would run counter to Fromm's theory of alienation.
One is the primary purpose for which marriage exists, namely, the continuance of the race through the gift and heritage of children ; ;
One of the primary characteristics of this technique is the use of a swivel as follows: the first anchor is set normally, and the vessel drops back to the limit of anchor cable.
It has been argued by John Mosier that, while the French soldiers in 1940 were better trained than German soldiers, as were the Americans later, and the German army was the least mechanised of the major armies, its leadership cadres were both larger and superior and their high standards of leadership were the primary reason for the successes of the German army in World War Two as it had been in World War One.
One of the primary characteristics present in most sharks is the heterocercal tail, which aids in locomotion.
One of the primary reasons that the Israeli constitution remains unwritten is the fear by whatever party holds power that creating a written constitution, combined with the common-law elements, would severely limit the powers of the Knesset ( which, following the doctrine of parliamentary sovereignty, holds near-unlimited power ).
One of the primary sources of acetyl-CoA is sugars that are broken down by glycolysis to produce pyruvate that in turn is decarboxylated by the enzyme pyruvate dehydrogenase generating acetyl-CoA according to the following reaction scheme:
The Oral Torah is the primary guide for Jews to abide by these terms, as expressed in tractate Gittin 60b, " the Holy One, Blessed be He, did not make His covenant with Israel except by virtue of the Oral Law " to help them learn how to live a holy life, and to bring holiness, peace and love into the world and into every part of life, so that life may be elevated to a high level of kedushah, originally through study and practice of the Torah, and since the destruction of the Second Temple, through prayer as expressed in tractate Sotah 49a " Since the destruction of the Temple, every day is more cursed than the preceding one ; and the existence of the world is assured only by the kedusha ... and the words spoken after the study of Torah.
One study found that population increases due to high fertility rates were a primary driver of tropical deforestation in only 8 % of cases.
One would have been forced to hard boil the eggs that the chickens produced so as not to waste food, and for this reason the Spanish dish hornazo ( traditionally eaten on and around Easter ) contains hard-boiled eggs as a primary ingredient.
One author advises that " the knowledge gained from clinical research does not directly answer the primary clinical question of what is best for the patient at hand " and suggests that evidence-based medicine should not discount the value of clinical experience.
One of the impacts of this directive was that the United Kingdom amended its own legislation to replace the gallon with the litre as a primary unit of measure in trade and in the conduct of public business, effective from 30 September 1995.
The primary antagonist in 2001: A Space Odyssey, HAL ( Heuristically programmed ALgorithmic computer ) is an artificial intelligence that controls the systems of the Discovery One spacecraft and interacts with the ship's astronaut crew.
One of Benedict's primary reforms was to ensure that all religious houses in Louis ' realm adhered to the Rule of Saint Benedict, named for its creator, Benedict of Nursia ( 480 – 550 ), the First Benedict.
One of the first known reflecting telescopes, Newton's reflector of 1668, used a 3. 3 cm polished metal primary mirror.
One of the primary pathways by which food or water become contaminated is from the release of untreated sewage into a drinking water supply or onto cropland, with the result that people who eat or drink contaminated sources become infected.
Leon Trotsky, the main proponent of the world revolution, was exiled from the Soviet Union in 1929, and Stalin's idea of Socialism in One Country became the primary line.
One primary motivation for reference counting in COM is to enable interoperability across different programming languages and runtime systems.
One of the primary functions of state for reigning monarchs is to recognize participant achievement through awards.
One of the primary routes to hacking these early copy protections was to run a program that simulates the normal CPU operation.
One side of the hospital building housed the primary school until 1988 and was then renovated into a nursing home.