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One of the latest developments is the identification of a plant gene, At-DBF2, from Arabidopsis thaliana, a tiny weed that is often used for plant research because it is very easy to grow and its genetic code is well mapped out.
One of the fundamental properties of an electron ( besides that it carries charge ) is that it has a dipole moment, i. e. it behaves itself as a tiny magnet.
One of the most celebrated gardeners of modern times, Gertrude Jekyll ( 1843 – 1932 ), laid out a tiny garden just north of the castle in 1911.
One of these posts was near Pylos on a tiny island called Sphacteria, where the course of the first war turned in Athens's favour.
One athlete began to run in tiny circles after reaching the stadium, until setting off into the stands and knocking himself unconscious.
One view is that tiny sparks are created in a switch when the circuit is closed, and this would constitute " lighting a fire " ( category 37 ).
One of the cardstock extras was a tiny Game-master's screen.
One consequence of the court decision was that tiny Turtle Island just outside of Maumee Bay and originally treated as being wholly in Michigan, was split between the two states.
One of the most important properties of shape moiré is its ability to magnify tiny shapes along either one or both axes, that is, stretching.
The mod represents the 1965 Formula One season, the last one where Formula 1 used relatively tiny 1500cc engines.
One was Lick-It ice cream, a tiny kiosk-like yellow building that served ice cream to walk-in and drive-through customers, always including a trademark nonpareil in the ice cream.
Having released a cover of Them's " I Can Only Give You Everything " backed with original composition " One of the Guys " on the tiny AMG label over a year earlier, in early 1968 their second single was released by Trans-Love Energies on A-Square records ( though without the knowledge of that label's owner Jeep Holland ).
One more single was released by Barbara, Dee Dee and Mary on the tiny Michelle Records in 1967 (" Ring-a-Ting-a-Ling ") and they disbanded in 1967 ( see 1967 in music ).
One of the smallest orchid species known, the tiny pseudobulbs are about the size of a pinhead and each has a tiny reduced thread-like leaf at the apex.
But in One Man's West, Lavender remembered " not the cold and the cruel fatigue, but rather the multitude of tiny things which in their sum make up the elemental poetry of rock and ice and snow.
In the narrative of One Hundred Years of Solitude, the town grows from a tiny settlement with almost no contact with the outside world, to eventually become a large and thriving place, before a banana plantation is set up.
During the introduction to One Saturday Morning as well as other introductions on the block, a tiny lightbulb icon would appear in a bottom corner of the screen and an announcer would say, " Illuminating Television ," stating the programming block's educational programming.
In an interview to Filmfare, Kajol said, " One tiny fact that Karan forgot to mention during his narration was just how much Punjabi my character spoke in the film.
One can argue that in nature, anything destroyed by tiny changes is not going to be observed ; the visible is the stable.
One of Weston's songs made the tiny town of Hana on the island of Maui a household word.
One can scarcely believe one's tiny nosey!
One summer afternoon when he is crying in the bushes, James stumbles across a strange old man, who, mysteriously, knows all about James's plight and gives him a sack of tiny glowing-green crocodile tongues.
One finger has been severed from her left hand, and behind her eyelid is secreted a tiny diamond in the shape of a five-pointed star – a pentagram, the devil's star.

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A more complete list would also include Bradbury's `` The Pedestrian '' ( 1951 ), Philip K. Dick's Solar Lottery ( 1955 ), David Karp's One ( 1953 ), Wilson Tucker's The Long Loud Silence ( 1952 ), Jack Vance's To Live Forever ( 1956 ), Gore Vidal's Messiah ( 1954 ), and Bernard Wolfe's Limbo ( 1952 ), as well as the three perhaps most outstanding dystopias, Frederik Pohl and C. M. Kornbluth's The Space Merchants ( 1953 ), Kurt Vonnegut's Player Piano ( 1952 ), and John Wyndham's Re-Birth ( 1953 ), works which we will later examine in detail.
One such site featured in her books is the temple site of Abu Simbel in her book Death on the Nile, as well as the great detail in which she describes life at the dig site in her book Murder in Mesopotamia.
One detail has been added to the inside of the collar: the phrase " Keep Pounding ", in honor of the late Panthers player and coach Sam Mills.
One of the first technological precursors of film is the pinhole camera, followed by the more advanced camera obscura, which was first described in detail by Alhazen in his Book of Optics ( 1021 ), and later perfected by Giambattista della Porta.
One point agreed on is that fractal patterns are characterized by fractal dimensions, but whereas these numbers quantify complexity ( i. e., changing detail with changing scale ), they neither uniquely describe nor specify details of how to construct particular fractal patterns.
One may wish to downsample or otherwise decrease the resolution of the represented source signal and the quantity of data used for its compressed representation without re-encoding, as in bitrate peeling, but this functionality is not supported in all designs, as not all codecs encode data in a form that allows less important detail to simply be dropped.
One of Scorsese's most consistent supporters, Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times, wrote that " In countless ways, right down to the detail of modern TV crime shows, Mean Streets is one of the source points of modern movies.
One can think of soft nanotechnology as the development of nanomachines that uses the lessons learned from biology on how things work, chemistry to precisely engineer such devices and stochastic physics to model the system and its natural processes in detail.
One of the prime issues confronting mediaeval miners ( and one which Agricola explains in detail ) was the removal of water from mining shafts.
One general characteristic of games that Wittgenstein considers in detail is the way in which they consist in following rules.
One method for periodization of the distant past, as in Anthropology, is to rely on events, such as the invention of some tool or the origins of language, which are known to exist, but about which little is known in detail.
One critic wrote the image of John F. Kennedy was described as carefully framed " in rich detail " which " drew on the power of myth " regarding the incident of PT 109 and wrote that Kennedy understood how to use images to further his presidential ambitions.
One biographer called these diaries as " the most important single political document in twentieth-century Canadian history ," for they explain motivations of the Canadian war efforts and describe other events in detail.
One scholar considers it to be inconceivable that independent oral tradition would have faithfully transmitted such a detail.
One detail of Bertie's school life which comes into several stories is his winning of the prize for Scripture Knowledge while at Malvern House.
One such detail is the attachment of the magazine spring to the magazine base plate.
The catalogue provides more detail than Volume One, with particular emphasis on varieties and errors.
One aspect of this book is the wealth of detail in the illustrations.
One of the key exceptions to the registration requirement, Rule 144, is discussed in greater detail below.
One of the first Europeans to visit and the first to describe the Tian Shan in detail was the Russian explorer Peter Semenov, who did so in the 1850s.
One of the key aims of the astronomers who designed the Hubble Space Telescope was to use its high optical resolution to study distant galaxies to a level of detail that was not possible from the ground.
One type of testing, Unit Testing, involves testing the fundamental units of the software by writing code that tries out the target unit, checking inputs and outputs, one detail at a time.
One of the discoveries of the 1990s excavations was a 9th-to 10th-century workshop where crucible steel was being produced, confirming in detail contemporary Islamic reports: a major achievement in the history of technology.
One explanation given for the detail of the apparition is that when a person is waiting for someone, their anticipation can magnify everyday sounds, for example of a cat or the wind, and bring to consciousness a vivid recollection of the person.

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