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One and party
One day over a year before, there had been a cocktail party in an apartment of a downtown hotel.
One common replacement for LocalTalk was PhoneNet, a 3rd party solution ( from a company called Farallon, now called Netopia ) that also used the RS-422 port and was indistinguishable from LocalTalk as far as Apple's LocalTalk port drivers were concerned, but ran over the two unused wires in standard four-wire phone cabling.
One scholar says, “ This person would have to be superior in authority to either party, ”; thus the arbiter for whom Job hopes would himself have to be divine, or else he would no more be qualified to “ lay his hand upon ” God than is Job.
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 ).
She therefore ( as mentioned at the Kypria according to Proclus as part of a plan hatched by Zeus and Themis ) tossed into the party the Apple of Discord, a golden apple inscribed Kallisti – " For the most beautiful one ", or " To the Fairest One " – provoking the goddesses to begin quarreling about the appropriate recipient.
One internal issue in 2002 was the failed attempt to settle a long-standing discussion about the question of whether members of parliament should be allowed to become members of the party executive.
One of Pei's associates told him during a party before the opening that the symphony hall was " a very mature building "; he smiled and replied: " Ah, but did I have to wait this long?
Upon Stalin attaining power, Bolshevism became associated with Stalinism, whose policies included: rapid industrialization, Socialism in One Country, a centralized state, collectivization of agriculture, and subordination of interests of other communist parties to those of the Soviet party.
The Nationals experienced difficulties in the late 1990s from two fronts – firstly from the Liberal Party, who were winning seats on the basis that the Nationals were not seen to be a sufficiently separate party, and from the One Nation Party riding a swell of rural discontent with many of the policies such as multiculturalism and gun control embraced by all of the major parties.
One party aggressively pursues a set of terms to the point at which the other negotiating party must either agree or walk away.
One of these is randomly selected by a third party to be the target.
" One party government ", as this system is sometimes called, has been the general rule for almost three hundred years.
One can physically hand over the object ( e. g. handing over a newspaper bought at the newsstand ) but it is not always necessary for the party to literally grab the object for possession to be considered transferred.
One approach to prevent such attacks involves the use of a certificate authority, a trusted third party responsible for verifying the identity of a user of the system.
However, the new system again appeared to have failed, as although Barak's One Israel party ( an alliance of Labour, Gesher and Meimad ) won more votes than any other party in the Knesset election, they garnered only 26 seats, the lowest ever by a winning party, meaning that a coalition with six smaller parties was once again necessary.
One hypothesis is that this isolation happened through hostile action on the part of an unknown party or group.
One party usually has a majority in Parliament, because of the use of the First Past the Post electoral system, which has been conducive in creating the current two party system.
Prominent One Nation Conservatives in the contemporary party include Kenneth Clarke, Malcolm Rifkind and Damian Green ; they are often associated with the Tory Reform Group and the Bow Group.
One party rule and the declining economy created disappointment among the people.
One after another, state conventions to elect delegates to the national convention in Chicago repudiated an incumbent elected president of their party, who had not declared whether he would be a candidate for renomination.

One and can
One tiny detail in a happening can clog the memory and stick like meat in a crooked tooth, while the rest of the occurrence will go hazy and uncertain.
One can only speak of what is in front of him, and that now is simply the mess ''.
One can meet with aloofness almost anywhere: the THIDIU viewpoint, It Doesn't Affect Us!!
The assumptions upon which the example shown in Figure 3 is based are: ( A ) One man can direct about six subordinates if the subordinates are chosen carefully so that they do not need too much personal coaching, indoctrinating, etc..
One of the obvious conclusions we can make on the basis of the last election, I suppose, is that we, the majority, were dissatisfied with Eisenhower conservatism.
One of the early humorists already mentioned, Thomas Bangs Thorpe, can be used to illustrate another point where Faulkner touches authentic Southern materials and also earlier literary treatment of those materials.
One thing you can say about Mr. Lyford is that he does not suffer from any insecurity as an American.
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 can imagine that with her and Gorton there it was no place for anyone with weak nerves.
One way that this can be done, other than by hiring new high-priced professors, is by constantly encouraging the department members to raise their standards of performance.
One of the more remarkable of the new cooling systems is one that can be switched to heating.
One of the advantages of this method is that the `` pill '' can remain in the patient for several days, permitting observation under natural conditions.
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 can make them say the same thing only by not listening to them very carefully and hearing only what one wants to hear.
One can apply these facts to Britain in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries as she spread her dominion over palm and pine, and they can be applied again to the United States in more recent years.
One can assume that some of the brightest boys are out of town.
One of the sit-in leaders has said: `` Nobody from the top of Heaven to the bottom of Hell can stop the march to freedom.
One can even argue -- though this is a delicate matter -- that every justification existed for their returning the Public Lecture to the First Church, and so to suppress it, rather than let Parker use it as a sounding board for his propaganda when his turn should come to occupy it.
One seed-to-seed life cycle for an annual can occur in as little as a month in some species, though most last several months.
One of his problems in life is that he can rarely find the correct words to express what he means.
One can also find there similar formulas for covariance.
One benefit is that the statistical moment calculations can be carried out to arbitrary accuracy such that the computations can be tuned to the precision of, e. g., the data storage format or the original measurement hardware.

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