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Part of his correspondence with Palestrina discusses the work commissioned in detail, stipulating Guglielmo's requirements, and therefore giving a sense of his musical preferences.
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Part of what makes a language representational is that it carries meaning, i. e., there is a correspondence between its constructs and things in the external world.
Part of his correspondence in bibliography is included in Nichols's Literary Anecdotes and Illustrations.
Part of the private correspondence of Gondomar with his relatives and with other Galician noblemen have been preserved in the archives of the house of Alba.
Part of its popularity was due to the fact that it was the first subject taught by correspondence course.
Part of those duties included correspondence with British civilians including Karl Marx and the International Workingmen's Association.
* Part 7 contains not only single-passage questions but also double-passage questions wherein the test taker reads and compares the two related passages, such as an e-mail correspondence.
According to Thomas Aquinas ( Summa Theologica, Part I, Question 21, Article 2 ), there are two kinds of " truth " ( veritas ), both understood as correspondence between mind ( intellectus ) or words ( oratio ) and world (" things ", res ):
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The present edition of crystal data was written by J.D.H. Donnay, the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. ( Part 2 ) ) and Werner Nowacki, University of Berne, Switzerland ( Part 1 ) ) with the collaboration of Gabrielle Donnay, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C..
Part 1, deals with the classification of crystalline substances by space groups and is not a numerical data compilation.
Under Title III of the ADA, all " new construction " ( construction, modification or alterations ) after the effective date of the ADA ( approximately July 1992 ) must be fully compliant with the Americans With Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines ( ADAAG ) found in the Code of Federal Regulations at 28 C. F. R., Part 36, Appendix " A ".
* Journal of a Tour through North Wales and Part of Shropshire with Observations in Mineralogy and Other Branches of Natural History ( London, 1797 )
Part of Aston Martin's current racing program, Charouz Racing System competes with sports prototype powered by an Aston Martin V12
Agreements refer specifically to arrangements between creditors and debtors, whereas Part IV relates to full bankruptcy and is generally synonymous with " bankruptcy ".
Ordinarily, a Part IV bankruptcy lasts three years from the filing of the Statement of Affairs with ITSA.
For the second exam, called the Principles and Practices, Part 2, or the Professional Engineering exam, candidates may select a particular engineering discipline's content to be tested on ; there is currently not an option for BME with this, meaning that any biomedical engineers seeking a license must prepare to take this examination in another category ( which does not affect the actual license, since most jurisdictions do not recognize discipline specialties anyway ).
The area lost its administrative county status in 1994, with Section 9 Part 1 ( a ) of the Local Government ( Dublin ) Act, 1993 stating that " the county shall cease to exist.
With the Constitution Act, 1982, amendments to the constitution must be done in accordance with Part V of the Constitution Act, 1982, which provides for five different amending formulae.
Part of the Fremen / Atreides strategy is to wait until a sandstorm shorts out the force field shields of the Harkonnen / Imperial transport ships, disable them with projectile weapons, and then attack with a vast assault force, using giant sandworms under cover of the severe weather to break the enemy lines.
Cervantes's meta-fictional device was to make even the characters in the story familiar with the publication of Part One, as well as with an actually published fraudulent Part Two.
Seven years after the Parte Primera appeared, Don Quixote had been translated into French, German, Italian, and English, with the first French translation of ' Part II ' appearing in 1618, and the first English translation in 1620.
This core memory board, Part Number 50823 D8 7504-14166, and with layout artwork copyrighted 1971 by DGC, was organized in planar fashion as four groups of four banks, each bank carrying two sets of core in a 64 by 64 matrix ; thus there were 64 x 64 = 4096 bits per set, x 2 sets giving 8, 192 bits, x 4 banks giving 32, 768 bits, x 4 goups giving a total of 131, 072 bits, and this divided by the machine word size of 16 bits gave 8, 192 Words of memory.
Part of the reason that Hayek stressed the knowledge problem was also because he was mainly concerned with debating the proposal for Market Socialism and the Lange Model by Oskar R. Lange ( 1938 ) and Hayek's student Abba Lerner ( 1934, 1937, 1938 ), which was developed in response to the calculation argument.
It is also the place where Don Corleone was held as an immigrant boy in The Godfather Part II, where he was marked with an encircled X.
Bevan ( under an agreement with Lynne who co-owned the ELO name with him ) continued on in 1989 as ELO Part II, initially with no other former ELO members except Clark.
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Part One of the book discusses the need for an IAL, the disadvantages of ethnic languages for that purpose, and common objections to constructed IALs.
* Leo Tolstoy in War and Peace ( Part 11, Chapter I ) discusses the race of Achilles and the tortoise when critiquing " historical science ".
In Part I of Reasons and Persons Parfit discusses " self-defeating theories ", namely the self-interest theory of rationality ( S ) and two ethical frameworks: common sense morality ( CSM ) and consequentialism ( C ).
Parfit's most famous postulations come in Part IV of Reasons and Persons, where he discusses possible futures for the world.
Coppola discusses his decision to make this the first major motion picture to use " Part II " in its title in the director's commentary on the DVD edition of the film released in 2002.
In Part Two, the book discusses the specific dosage and method required for individual physical ailments.
* The Polar Express: A Virtual Train Wreck, Part 1-Animation Director Ward Jenkins discusses in length about the use of motion capture in the film.
The only time Cyborg's personal history has been discussed is in " Deception ," in which he discusses his involuntary cyborg status with Starfire, and in the fourth season episode " The End: Part 2.
In Part One, McLuhan discusses the differences between hot and cool media and the ways that one medium translates the content of another medium.
The book What Was the First Rock ' n ' Roll Record by Jim Dawson and Steve Propes discusses 50 contenders as the " first rock and roll record ", the earliest being " Blues, Part 2 " from the 1944 Jazz at the Philharmonic live album, also featuring Jacquet's saxophone but with an even more " honking " solo.
The 1992 book What Was the First Rock ' n ' Roll Record by Jim Dawson and Steve Propes discusses 50 contenders, from Illinois Jacquet's " Blues, Part 2 " ( 1944 ) to Elvis Presley's " Heartbreak Hotel " ( 1956 ), without reaching a definitive conclusion.
The centre piece of the Republic, Part II, numbers 2 – 3, discusses the rule of the philosopher, and the vision of the Agathon with the allegory of the cave, which is clarified in the theory of forms.
Part II ( pp. 247 – 562 ) discusses the Eurasian cultural balance to 1500 A. D., including the expansion of Hellenism, the closure of the Eurasian ecumene, the development of major religions, the barbarian onslaught, resurgence of the Middle East, and the Steppe conquerors.
In Part IV ( Victims and Heroes ), the author discusses what he believes to be a myth about the effects of Agent Orange, profiling pilots from the Vietnam War who flew Agent Orange delivery missions in Vietnam and who have not had an increase in health effects since then.
Part One discusses the physical ( but not the occult ) properties of the lodestone and provides the first extant written account of the polarity of magnets.