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One unique challenge that the team encountered early on was related to deph perception, the team remedied through the use of shadows: Every object in the game has a shadow directly below it regardless of the area's lighting.
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One of the inescapable realities of the Cold War is that it has thrust upon the West a wholly new and historically unique set of moral dilemmas.
Graham Hill took his final Formula One win in the unique " lobster claw ". Tauranac signed double world champion Graham Hill and young Australian Tim Schenken to drive for the 1971 season.
One objection to the argument is that it leaves open the question of why the First Cause is unique in that it does not require a cause.
One unique feature to this console is the ' hold ' button, which allowed the player to freeze the game, change the time or change the speed of the game during the course of the game.
One tradition unique to Poland is the sharing of the " opłatek ", a thin wafer into which a holy picture is pressed.
One player provides the underlying beat, or shita-byōshi, while the other builds on this rhythmical foundation with a unique and typically improvised musical composition ( ue-byōshi ).
One storyline, which ran the week before Halloween in 1989 ( Oct 23 to Oct 28 ), is unique among Garfield strips in that it is not meant to be humorous.
* Focus One: The examination of the process by which an employee develops innovations and the unique characteristics of an individuals which enables them to be highly innovative.
One of the unique cultural elements of Karachi is that the residences, which are two-or three-story townhouses, are built with the front yard protected by a high brick wall.
One of the unique characteristics of the Luftwaffe ( as opposed to other independent air forces ) was the possession of an organic paratrooper force called Fallschirmjäger.
One unique feature of the lake is the Z-shaped Bay of Quinte which separates Prince Edward County from the Ontario mainland, save for a isthmus near Trenton ; this feature also supports many wetlands and aquatic plants, as well as associated fisheries.
One of the hallmarks of leet is its unique approach to orthography, using substitutions of other characters, letters or otherwise, to represent a letter or letters in a word.
One of the more notable groups on the roster of SST Records ( who released most of their albums ), the Meat Puppets started as a punk rock band, but like most of their SST peers, the Meat Puppets established their own unique style, blending punk with country and psychedelic rock, and featuring Curt's warbling vocals.
One unique feature of the show was the Mouseketeer Roll Call, in which many ( but not all ) of that day's line-up of regular performers would introduce themselves by name to the television audience.
One of the unique structures of Igbo culture was the Nsude Pyramids, at the Nigerian town of Nsude, in Abuja, northern Igboland.
One of the most unique marine mammals living in the Persian Gulf is Dugong dugon, commonly referred to as the dugong, or the " sea cow ".
One of the differences is that the room is decorated with a unique fresco of dancing rats on the ceiling, rat wall paper, rat carpet, and so on, which is stated to have the effect of making people " feel as if they need a wash " after a few minutes.
One unique aspect of local government, found mostly in the New England region of the United States, is the town meeting.
One use of the password length parameters is in the expression, where is the probability that a password can be guessed in its lifetime, is the maximum lifetime a password can be used to log in to a system, is the number of guesses per unit of time, and is the number of unique algorithm-generated passwords ( the ' password space ').
One and challenge
Some cosmologists and physicists argue that a challenge to the cosmological argument is the nature of time: " One finds that time just disappears from the Wheeler – DeWitt equation " ( Carlo Rovelli ).
One challenge with " responsible disclosure " is that some vendors do not respond, or inordinately delay their response, to vulnerability reports that are not public.
One such challenge is the potential for carbon dust to build up on the anode, which slows down the internal reforming process.
One challenge to the traditional concept of matter as tangible " stuff " came with the rise of field physics in the 19th century.
< div style =" text-align: center ; border: none "> Bob Holman </ div > One of the goals of a poetry slam is to challenge the authority of anyone who claims absolute authority over literary value.
One challenge that the Green Party ( as well as other third parties ) faces is the difficulty of overcoming ballot access laws in many states.
One challenge of oocyte work is eliminating native proteins that might confound results, such as membrane channels native to the oocyte.
One variation on traditional cross country is mountain running, which incorporates significant uphill and / or downhill sections as an additional challenge to the course.
One parallel concern that does not actually challenge the schools directly but instead questions their focus is the notion of quasi-empiricism in mathematics.
One challenge for the CSUCS is that they are heavily reliant on grants to fund their operations ; many of which are attributed with time and / or purpose restrictions, and distributed on an annual basis.
The Third Taiwan Strait Crisis in 1995 – 96 escalated tensions between both sides when the PRC tested a series of missiles not far from Taiwan although, arguably, Beijing ran the test to shift the vote in favor of the KMT, already facing a challenge from the opposition Democratic Progressive Party which did not agree with the " One China Policy " shared by the CPC and KMT.
One such trader, Hober Mallow, becomes powerful enough to challenge and win the seat of Mayor and by cutting off supplies to a nearby region, also succeeds in adding more planets to the Foundation's reach.
One factor in considering whether the U. S. Trustee can prevail in a challenge to the debtor's Chapter 7 filing is whether the debtor can otherwise afford to repay some or all of his debts out of disposable income in the five year time frame provided by Chapter 13.
One challenge was leakage from the fuel tanks, but a new fix is introduced to address this once and for all.
One challenge to a viewer's suspension of disbelief is the frequency with which the castaways are visited by people who do nothing to assist them.
One problem some perceived with the Sherman Act was that it was not entirely clear what practices were prohibited, leading to businessmen not knowing what they were permitted to do, and government antitrust authorities not sure what business practices they could challenge.
One big challenge that the party faced during this time was the fragmentation of estates, that disrupted the livelihood of ordinary Indian workers.
One of the factors in her political demise was the rise of the radical Hugo Chávez, who provided a message of much more dramatic challenge to the establishment, including a constitutional assembly to write a new constitution.
One EMI executive praised the music but described " the business challenge of making everyone believe " in it.
One of the reasons for increased mega catamaran construction was " The Race ", a circumnavigation challenge which departed from Barcelona, Spain, on New Year's Eve, 2000.
One challenge in working with the APDRG groupers is that there is no set of common data / formulas that is shared across all states as there is with CMS.