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One of the significant rules prohibited " soaking " or " plugging " the runner ; under older rules, a fielder could put a runner out by hitting the runner with the thrown ball, similar to the common schoolyard game of kickball.
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One of the most significant advancements in design of plastics signs is the so-called trans-illuminated billboard, now being produced by several large sign manufacturers such as Advance Neon Sign Co., Los Angeles, and Industrial Electric Inc., New Orleans, La..
One medium saw two sheets flapping on a line and found that the name Shietz was significant to the sitter.
One of the significant things about Jewish culture in the older teen years is that it is largely college-oriented.
One of the significant developments in American-Jewish life is that the cultural consumers are largely the women.
One of Johnson's last significant acts as President was to grant unconditional amnesty to all Confederates on Christmas Day 1868, after the election of Ulysses S. Grant but before he took office in March 1869.
One of the significant parts in aeronautics is a branch of physical science called aerodynamics, which deals with the motion of air and the way that it interacts with objects in motion, such as an aircraft.
One of the most significant differences between the adversarial system and the inquisitorial system occurs when a criminal defendant admits to the crime.
One significant difference of modern naval battles as opposed to earlier forms of combat is the use of marines, which introduced amphibious warfare.
One of the first and throughout its history one of the most significant treatises of the common law, Bracton ’ s De Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae ( On the Laws and Customs of England ), was heavily influenced by the division of the law in Justinian ’ s Institutes.
One of the most significant was the Conspiración de La Escalera ( Ladder Conspiracy ), which started in March 1843 and continued until 1844.
One of the more significant galaxies in Canes Venatici is the Whirlpool Galaxy ( M51, NGC 5194 ) and NGC 5195, a small barred spiral galaxy that is seen face on.
One significant eschatological myth, introduced by Gioacchino da Fiore's theology of history, was the " myth of an imminent third age that will renew and complete history " in a " reign of the Holy Spirit "; this " Gioacchinian myth " influenced a number of messianic movements that arose in the late Middle Ages.
One significant advantage that doubles have over single barrel repeating shotguns is the ability to use more than one choke at a time.
One of its most significant verses is, the Shema, which has become the definitive statement of Jewish identity: " Hear, O Israel: the
One significant episode in David's political career that earned him a great deal of contempt was the execution of Emilie Chalgrin.
One of Copleston's most significant contributions to modern philosophy was his work on the theories of St Thomas Aquinas.
In 1991 the performance of some Italian teams attracted attention-they had started using Agip's " jungle juice " Formula One fuel, worth an estimated 15 bhp — giving their drivers a significant advantage.
One significant innovation was the use of a fire-tube boiler, invented by French engineer Marc Seguin that gave improved heat exchange.
One very significant economic obstacle in Haiti's early independence was its necessary payment of 150 million francs to France beginning in 1825 ; this did much to drain the country of its capital stock.
One of Kosiński's most significant works is Being There ( 1971 ), a satiric look at the unreality of America's media culture.
One of the most significant logicians of all time, Gödel made an immense impact upon scientific and philosophical thinking in the 20th century, a time when many, such as Bertrand Russell, A. N. Whitehead and David Hilbert, were pioneering the use of logic and set theory to understand the foundations of mathematics.
" One of the significant national craft unions to be formed during this time was the National Labor Union ( NLU ).
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One of the most common objections to rule-consequentialism is that it is incoherent, because it is based on the consequentialist principle that what we should be concerned with is maximizing the good, but then it tells us not to act to maximize the good, but to follow rules ( even in cases where we know that breaking the rule could produce better results ).
One of the deepest teachings of Confucius may have been the superiority of personal exemplification over explicit rules of behavior.
One final, amusing example that comments on the importance Roman poets placed on their verse rules comes from the Ars Poetica of Horace, line 263:
One of these sets of rules is found in the siddur, from the " Introduction to Sifra " by Ishmael ben Elisha, c. 200 CE.
One notable entry is todas tablas, which has an identical starting position to modern backgammon and follows the same rules for movement and bearoff.
One goal of modern macrobiotics is to become sensitive to the actual effects of foods on health and well-being, rather than to follow dietary rules and regulations.
Wanting to compete in the Australasian Tasman Series, Bruce approached his employers, but when team owner Charles Cooper insisted on using 1. 5 litre Formula One-specification engines instead of the 2. 5 litre motors permitted by the Tasman rules, Bruce decided to set up his own team to run him and his prospective Formula One team-mate Timmy Mayer with custom-built Cooper cars.
One spin-off of a now-defunct Nomic ( Nomic World ) is the Fantasy Rules Committee, which adds every legal rule submitted by a player to the ruleset until the players run out of ideas, after which all the " fantasy rules " are repealed and the game begins again.
One currently-active game, BlogNomic, gets around this problem by dividing the game into " dynasties "; every time someone wins, a new dynasty begins, and all the rules except a privileged few are repealed.
One general characteristic of games that Wittgenstein considers in detail is the way in which they consist in following rules.
One reason to have a lawyer, among others, is that he or she should be familiar with the rules of evidence.
* One Page Bulge, a simulation of the German Ardennes Offensive in 1944, with the rules printed on a single page.
One of the chief duties of a Vice President is presiding over the Senate, and Jefferson was concerned about its lack of rules leaving decisions to the discretion of the presiding officer.
::“ One ought to abide by the general principles whose general inculcation is for the best ; harm is more likely to come, in actual moral situations, from questioning these rules than from sticking to them, unless the situations are very extra-ordinary ; the results of sophisticated felicific calculations are not likely, human nature and human ignorance being what they are, to lead to the greatest utility .”
The original presentation structure used the basic encoding rules of Abstract Syntax Notation One ( ASN. 1 ), with capabilities such as converting an EBCDIC-coded text file to an ASCII-coded file, or serialization of objects and other data structures from and to XML.
One form of norm adoption is the formal method, where norms are written down and implemented ( e. g., laws, legislation, club rules ).
One of the first recorded attempts in arms control was a set of rules laid down in ancient Greece by the Amphictyonic Leagues.
One explanation is that he had alienated certain of his superiors, particularly fra Vincenzo Bandelli, or Bandello, a professor at the studium and future master general of the Dominicans, who resented the young friar ’ s opposition to modifying the Order ’ s rules against the ownership of property.
At the end of Part One ( concentrating on the history ), it was announced that Part Two ( about the rules ) had been postponed due to " scheduling difficulties ".
One way to simulate a two-dimensional cellular automaton is with an infinite sheet of graph paper along with a set of rules for the cells to follow.