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Passerat's exact share in the Satire Ménippée ( Tours, 1594 ), the great manifesto of the politique or Moderate Royalist party when it had declared itself for Henry of Navarre, is unknown ; but it is agreed that he wrote most of the verse, and the harangue of the guerrilla chief Rieux is sometimes attributed to him.
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Bachaumont's name is commonly connected with the first volumes of this register, which was published anonymously, long after Petit de Bachaumont's death, under the title Mémoires secrets pour servir à l ' histoire de la République des Lettres, but his exact share in the authorship of those years before his death in 1771 is a matter of controversy.
* In the Shin Megami Tensei series of video games, Tam Lin is a recurring demon that can often be recruited relatively early and is one of the very few demons whose design share an exact model with another demon – its brother model being another northern European mythological hero ; Cu Chulainn.
The surname may share a common root with the adjective galbinus, a greenish-yellow color, although its exact significance with respect to the Sulpicii is unclear.
The child process has an exact copy of all the memory segments of the parent process, though if copy-on-write semantics are implemented actual physical memory may not be assigned ( i. e., both processes may share the same physical memory segments for a while ).
If a contestant guessed the exact number of audience members who made a certain response to one of these questions, he or she won a $ 100 bonus and the poll group was given $ 100 to share.
The Farm Bureau does not share the scientific opinion on climate change, with its official position being that " there is no generally agreed upon scientific assessment of the exact impact or extent of carbon emissions from human activities, their impact on past decades of warming or how they will affect future climate changes.
The system was common among the Scandinavian and Teutonic peoples before the introduction of Christianity, and a scale of payments, graduated according to the heinousness of the crime, was fixed by laws, which further settled who could exact the blood-money, and who were entitled to share it.
* An exact division is one where every player thinks everyone received exactly their fair share, no more and no less.
The agreement committed Hydro-Québec to buy most of the plant's output at one-quarter of a cent per kilowatt-hour — the exact rate is 0. 25425 cents per kilowatt-hour until 2016 and 0. 20 cents for the last 25 years of the contract —, to build and maintain power lines to carry the power to market and to enter into a risk-sharing agreement whereas the Quebec Crown corporation would cover part of the interest risk and buy some of BRINCO's debt, in exchange for a increased share in CF ( L ) Co.
The operation failed because the various German intelligence agencies did not share the limited intelligence available on Tito's exact location, which was compounded by a lack of contingency planning.
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He took some part, the exact extent of which is disputed, in the persecution of religious recusants in his diocese, and died at Winchester on 29 April 1594.
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Akkadian gradually replaced Sumerian as a spoken language somewhere around the turn of the 3rd and the 2nd millennium BC ( the exact dating being a matter of debate ), but Sumerian continued to be used as a sacred, ceremonial, literary and scientific language in Mesopotamia until the 1st century AD.
Akkadian gradually replaced Sumerian as the spoken language of Mesopotamia somewhere around the turn of the 3rd and the 2nd millennium BC ( the exact dating being a matter of debate ), but Sumerian continued to be used as a sacred, ceremonial, literary and scientific language in Mesopotamia until the 1st century AD.
: Science of the mind, or cultural or spiritual science ), a term generally used in German to refer to the humanities and social sciences ; in fact, the term " science " is used more broadly in Europe as a general term that refers to any exact knowledge.
DXF was originally introduced in December 1982 as part of AutoCAD 1. 0, and was intended to provide an exact representation of the data in the AutoCAD native file format, DWG ( Drawing ), for which Autodesk for many years did not publish specifications.
The place bets on the outside numbers ( 4, 5, 9, 10 ) should be made in units of $ 5, ( on a $ 5 minimum table ), in order to receive the correct exact payout of $ 5 paying $ 7 or $ 5 paying $ 9.
The place bets on the 6 & 8 should be made in units of $ 6, ( on a $ 5 minimum table ), in order to receive the correct exact payout of $ 6 paying $ 7.
home ), itself a derivation from " live " (> Greek, Latin sinō ); then, the Germanic * χimbra-finds an exact cognate in Slavic sębrъ " farmer " (> Croatian, Serbian sebar, Russ.
In his Two New Sciences ( 1638 ), Galileo says that a hanging cord is an approximate parabola, and he correctly observes that this approximation improves as the curvature gets smaller and is almost exact when the elevation is less than 45 °.
If the function f is not linear ( i. e. its graph is not a straight line ), however, then the change in y divided by the change in x varies: differentiation is a method to find an exact value for this rate of change at any given value of x.
For many years the Dodo and the Rodrigues Solitaire were placed in a family of their own, the Raphidae ( formerly Dididae ), because their exact relationships with other pigeons were unresolved.
It is not certain what exact changes will happen to ENSO in the future: Different models make different predictions .< ref name =" Merryfield2006 "> It may be that the observed phenomenon of more frequent and stronger El Niño events occurs only in the initial phase of the global warming, and then ( e. g., after the lower layers of the ocean get warmer as well ), El Niño will become weaker than it was.
Comptoirs Francais du Pacifique francs ( CFPF ) per US $ 1 – 95. 89 ( 2005 ), 96. 04 ( 2004 ), 105. 66 ( 2003 ), 126. 71 ( 2002 ), 133. 26 ( 2001 ), 117. 67 ( January 2000 ), 111. 93 ( 1999 ), 107. 25 ( 1998 ), 106. 11 ( 1997 ), 93. 00 ( 1996 ), 90. 75 ( 1995 ); note-linked at the exact official rate of 0. 055 French francs to one Pacifique franc.
At some time between late 1792 and early 1793, a serious illness ( the exact nature of which is not known ), left Goya deaf, and he became withdrawn and introspective.
However, somewhere between 258 and 260 ( the exact date is unclear ), Gallienus had to face the first major revolt in his reign.
Akkadian gradually replaced Sumerian as the spoken language of Mesopotamia somewhere around the turn of the 3rd and the 2nd millennium BCE ( the exact dating being a matter of debate ), but Sumerian continued to be used as a sacred, ceremonial, literary and scientific language in Mesopotamia until the 1st century CE.
Irenaeus was born during the first half of the 2nd century ( the exact date is disputed: between the years 115 and 125 according to some, or 130 and 142 according to others ), Irenaeus is thought to have been a Greek from Polycarp's hometown of Smyrna in Asia Minor, now İzmir, Turkey.
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A great variety of changes in the extracellular or intracellular environment may have impact on gene expression, depending on the exact configuration of a given promoter: the combination and arrangement of specific DNA sequences that constitute the promoter defines the exact groups of proteins that can be bound to the promoter, at a given timepoint.
A more exact and more commonly used description, however, limits it to the great plateau valley in which the city of Mexico is located, between 18 ° 40 ' and 20 ° 30 ' N latitude, about long by wide, with an average elevation of 2300 meters ( 7500 feet ), and a mean temperature of 17 ° C ( 62 ° F ).
The patent shows that this machine was actually created: " hath by his great study and paines & expence invented and brought to perfection an artificial machine or method for impressing or transcribing of letters, one after another, as in writing, whereby all writing whatsoever may be engrossed in paper or parchment so neat and exact as not to be distinguished from print ; that the said machine or method may be of great use in settlements and public records, the impression being deeper and more lasting than any other writing, and not to be erased or counterfeited without manifest discovery.
The exact nature of the elenchus is subject to a great deal of debate, in particular concerning whether it is a positive method, leading to knowledge, or a negative method used solely to refute false claims to knowledge.
First they erected and dedicated the altar of God on the exact spot where it had formerly stood, and they then cleared away the charred heaps of debris which occupied the site of the old temple ; and in the second month of the second year ( 535 BCE ), amid great public excitement and rejoicing, the foundations of the Second Temple were laid.
The exact nature of his relationship with Victoria was the subject of great speculation by contemporaries, and continues to be controversial today.
In 654 BC or 652 BC – the exact date is unclear – the Cimmerians attacked the kingdom of Lydia, killing the Lydian king Gyges and causing great destruction to the Lydian capital of Sardis.
I realized then that anthropology, as presented by Sir James Frazer, is a great science, worthy of as much devotion as any of her elder and more exact studies and I became bound to the service of Frazerian anthropology.
SMiLE acquired legendary status as one of the great lost works of Sixties pop, and although fragments were subsequently issued in various forms over the years, the form and exact content of the work as Wilson and Parks had conceived it remained hotly debated.
Medieval Muslim geographers spent a great amount of time debating the exact boundaries between Hejaz and Nejd in particular, but generally set the western boundaries of Nejd to be wherever the western mountain ranges and lava beds began to slope eastwards, and set the eastern boundaries of Nejd at the narrow strip of red sand dunes known as the Ad-Dahna Desert, some east of modern-day Riyadh.
Ultimately, there is not a great understanding of the exact meaning of the anthropomorphic rubber figures though the symbolism appears to be representative of human sacrifice.
He had learnt German methods of exact research, but besides being an accurate philologist he was a literary critic of great acumen and breadth of view, and brought a singularly clear mind to bear on his favourite study of medieval French literature.
The great theorems and results within analytic number theory tend not to be exact structural results about the integers, for which algebraic and geometrical tools are more appropriate.
During periods of political stability, such as the Burgundian Netherlands due to the great house of Charles the fifth, this was a center of cultural activity for more than two hundred years, although the exact centers shifted location during this time, and by the end of the sixteenth century the focal point of the Western musical world shifted from this region to Italy.
Kilodney has mentioned that while most writers are inspired by conventionally great literature, he drew inspiration from the exact opposite: the slush pile, the crank letter, and of course the vanity press.
A great number of animals, both tame and wild, are tied to other stakes, according to a commentator 609 in total ( YV VSM 24 consists of an exact enumeration ).
There has been great ambiguity regarding the exact date of Kālidāsa but in 1986, Sanskrit scholar Ramchandra Tiwari of Bhopal claims to have conducted a thorough research on Kalidasa and after analysing 627 archaeological evidences which included 104 sculptures, 30 pictures and 493 scriptural words determined that Kalidasa lived in the period 370-450AD
In the late seventeenth century ( 1697 to be exact ) Italian companies were prohibited from appearing in France, so native actors-strolling players going from fairground to fairground, market place to market place-took over the Italian plays and made the roles their own with great success.
When a great many men are employed together, a fifer or a fiddler usually plays some of their favourite tunes ; and it is quite delightful to see the glee with which Jack will “ stamp and go ,” keeping exact time to “ Jack's the lad ,” or the “ College Hornpipe .”
The house stood until October 1711, when it was consumed in the great fire of Boston, after which the Old Corner Bookstore was built on the exact location as the house.
Poet and literary theorist Pietro Bembo edited an edition of Petrarch, the great 14th century poet, in 1501, and later published his theories on how contemporary poets could attain excellence by imitating Petrarch, and by being carefully attentive to the exact sounds of words, as well as their positioning within lines.
During the Early Classic period in the Maya world, art and artifacts, as well as hieroglyphics, attest to specific intrusions by and influences from Teotihuacán at great Lowland cities such as Tikal, Piedras Negras, and Copán, although the exact nature of this presence remains controversial.
It must also be realized that in areas such as science and technology forecasting, the degree of uncertainty is so great that exact and always correct predictions are impossible, so a high degree of error is to be expected.