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Only some of the variation is significant ( i. e., detectable or perceivable ) to speakers.
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Only too often, however, you have the feeling that you are sitting in a room with some of the instruments lined up on one wall to your left and others facing them on the wall to your right.
Only recently the ends of some highways that came rather close to one another from the east and the west have been connected.
Only some are intended to enter close combat, often accompanying convoys to protect soft-skinned vehicles.
Only on the route between Kaga-Bandoro and Ouandago, some 2, 000 houses have been burnt, leaving an estimated 10, 000 persons homeless.
Only a proportion of purebred heifers are needed to provide replacement cows, so often some of the cows in dairy herds are put to a beef bull to produce crossbred calves suitable for rearing as beef.
Only after independence from Colombia in 1903 did some begin to regard Panama as a North or Central American entity.
Only a year later, at the age of 39, Doppler gave a lecture to the Royal Bohemian Society of Sciences and subsequently published his most notable work, " Über das farbige Licht der Doppelsterne und einiger anderer Gestirne des Himmels " ( On the coloured light of the binary stars and some other stars of the heavens ).
Only in the 1960s did Nissan begin to brand some automobile models as Nissans, and these were limited to their high-end models, for example the Cedric luxury-type sedan.
In Germany, " Only Time " re-entered the German single charts at number 1 and the album A Day Without Rain reached number one some weeks later.
Only after all the data has been recorded ( and in some cases, analyzed ) do the researchers learn which individuals are which.
Only in the Animal Kingdom is the higher taxonomy of Linnaeus still more or less recognizable and some of these names are still in use, but usually not quite for the same groups as used by Linnaeus.
Only when some of these presuppositions are not necessarily agreed to by the person who is asked the question does the argument containing them become fallacious.
Only recently, some efforts have been undertaken to " re-import " liberal arts education to continental Europe, as with University College Utrecht, University College Maastricht, Amsterdam University College, Roosevelt Academy, and the European College of Liberal Arts Berlin.
Only a few Niger – Congo languages are non-tonal ; Swahili is perhaps the best known, but within the Atlantic branch some others are found.
Only the platform and some elements of the columns had been completed by this point, and the temple remained in this state for 336 years.
Only a handful of Chiefs had signed treaties of cession, and in some of those cases it is doubtful whether they had understood the terms.
Only foot kicks are allowed unlike some systems such as Muay Thai, and Silat which allow the use of the knees or shins.
In October 1962, Mets official Tom Meany said, " Only a series of blizzards or some other unforeseen trouble might hamper construction.
Only and variation
Only with the modern evolutionary synthesis, was it established that variation needed to be heritable to act as the raw material for selection.
Only those carillons having at least 23 bells be taken into consideration " The Guild of Carillonneurs in North America ( GCNA ) defines a carillon as " a musical instrument consisting of at least two octaves of carillon bells arranged in chromatic series and played from a keyboard permitting control of expression through variation of touch.
Only seven games were produced for the arcade variation of the system, none of which proved particularly popular, and as a result the project was discontinued.
The television cavalry comedy F Troop used a variation of the song to welcome saloon singer Laura Lee in the episode " She's Only a Build in a Girdled Cage " ( cf.
Tommy Hatcher, driven to insanity, attacks and beats Pete to death, all the while shouting out a variation of the words to the chant ' Only a poor little Hammer ,' using it as an analogy for Pete's condition.
Only and is
Only one rule prevailed in my conversations with these men: The more highly placed they are -- that is, the more they know -- the more concerned they have become.
Only recently new `` holes '' were discovered in our safety measures, and a search is now on for more.
Only when that term is ended and he is a private citizen again can he be permitted the freedom and the courage to discount the dangers of his death.
Only when a concert of nations rests on the positive foundations of shared goals and values is it likely to form a viable instrument of long-range policy.
Only the independent art schools, that is, those not connected with any university or college, receive severe and separate investigation before accreditation by the various regional organizations.
Only the Federal government is likely to be able to take a long-run and nation-wide view and to pay for training to meet national skilled manpower needs.
Only when a decision is rendered by the District Court of Appeal ( or, of course, the Supreme Court ) is a binding precedent established.
Only a radical change in the nature of the population in the central city would be likely to destroy this preference -- and we must now turn our attention to the question of whether such a change, gloomily foreseen by so many urban diagnosticians, is actually upon us.
Only confusion, failure and anarchy result when the effort is made to impose upon the civil authority the impossible task of policing private homes to preclude the possibility of sin.
Only rarely is the reader drawn directly into the emotions of the characters or the drama of the scene.
Only the product is required to calculate planetary positions for an ephemeris, which explains why ephemerides are calculated in astronomical units and not in SI units.
") and it includes a proverbial expression (" Only an inch of daylight left ") though it is possible that he coined it himself.
Only six leaves of M survive ; however, the printed edition of Gelenius ( G ) is considered to be based on M, making it an important witness to the textual tradition of the Res Gestae.