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:: and See
:: See also: Progressive revelation
:: Christ is raised with his own body: " See my hands and my feet, that it is I myself "; but he did not return to an earthly life.
:: See also Criticisms of econometrics
:: See also Peptide synthesis
:: See also Oligonucleotide synthesis
:: See also Carbohydrate synthesis
:: See also Tryptone
:: See Corsini for other uses of that name
:: See secure computing for a discussion of computer security using this approach.
:: See computer insecurity for an example of the failure of this approach in the real world.
:: See also: First Amendment issues related to speech critical of government
:: See " Recursion ".
:: Example: The determination of “ new value ” is “ a mixed question of law and fact .” See In re Spada, 903 F. 2d 971, 975 ( 3d Cir. 1990 ).
:: Example: See also Martin v. Wilks, 490 U. S. 755, 784 n. 21, 104 L. Ed.
:: Example: See also Eolas Technologies Inc. v. Microsoft Corp., 399 F. 3d 1325, 1339 ( C. A. Fed. 2005 ) (“ oftware code ... drives the functional nucleus of the finished computer product .” ( quoting Imagexpo, L. L. C.
:: Example: The Court indirectly recognized as much when it stated in McMann v. Richardson, supra, 397 U. S., at 770, 771, 90 S. Ct., at 1448, 1449, that a guilty plea cannot be attacked as based on inadequate legal advice unless counsel was not “ a reasonably competent attorney ” and the advice was not “ within the range of competence demanded of attorneys in criminal cases .” See also Cuyler v. Sullivan, supra, 446 U. S., at 344, 100 S. Ct., at 1716.
:: Example: See generally Gonzalez v. Whitney & Rainey, 288 S. W.
:: Example: See generally Grosjean v. American Press Co., 297 U. S. 233, 245-249, 56 S. Ct.
:: Example: " See People v. Hilt, 298 Ill. App. 3d 121, 123, 125-26, 698 N. E. 2d 233, 232 Ill. Dec.
:: Example: See American Trucking Associations v. United States EPA, 195 F. 3d 4 ( D. C. Cir.
:: See generally Akhil Reed Amar, Reports of My Death Are Greatly Exaggerated: A Reply, 138 U. Pa. L. Rev.
:: See, e. g., Environmental Defense Fund, Inc. v. Hardin, 138 U. S. App. D. C.
:: See Verizon Md.
:: See Committee Note to Interim Rule 8001 ( f ) (" Given the short time limit to file the petition with the circuit clerk, subdivision ( f )( 1 ) provides that entry of a certification on the docket does not occur until an effective appeal is taken under Rule 8003 ( a ) or ( b ).

:: and generally
:: These are generally graphite moderated and CO < sub > 2 </ sub > cooled.
:: “ Suppose that a sheriff were faced with the choice either of framing a Negro for a rape that had aroused hostility to the Negroes ( a particular Negro generally being believed to be guilty but whom the sheriff knows not to be guilty )— and thus preventing serious anti-Negro riots which would probably lead to some loss of life and increased hatred of each other by whites and Negroes — or of hunting for the guilty person and thereby allowing the anti-Negro riots to occur, while doing the best he can to combat them.
:: Note: The physical fully connected mesh topology is generally too costly and complex for practical networks, although the topology is used when there are only a small number of nodes to be interconnected ( see Combinatorial explosion ).
:: Example: Petitioners have raised an equal protection claim ( or, alternatively, a due process claim, see generally Logan v. Zimmerman Brush Co., 455 U. S. 422, 71 L. Ed.
:: Example: see generally W. Keeton, D. Dobbs, R. Keeton, & D. Owen, Prosser and Keeton on the Law of Torts § 56 ( 5th ed.
:: Understandeably, the South Korean government has done little besides this 1983 park to attract attention to the site, which is generally considered shameful by nationalist Koreans.
:: These generally designate fibers as:
:: Parents generally but the father in particular ( the mother in Indian system ).
:: firmly anchored in the biological and social realities that heterosexual couples have the unique ability to procreate, that most children are the product of these relationships, and that they are generally cared for and nurtured by those who live in that relationship.
:: ( a ) that part of the City of St. John's lying southeasterly of the southeasterly limits of the towns of Conception Bay South and Paradise, and southeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of the City of St. John's with Kenmount Road immediately north of the northwesterly limit of the City of Mount Pearl ; thence northeasterly and easterly along said road, Freshwater Road and Longs Hill to Gower Street ; thence northeasterly along said street to Kings Bridge Road ; thence northerly along said road to Rennie's River ; thence generally easterly along said river, Quidi Vidi Lake and the channel known locally as Quidi Vidi Gut to Quidi Vidi Harbour ;
:: ( b ) that part of the Town of Conception Bay South lying northeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southeasterly limit of the Town of Conception Bay South with Conway Brook ; thence generally northerly along said brook and Long Pond Harbour to Conception Bay ; and
:: ( c ) that part of the City of St. John's lying northwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of the City of St. John's with Kenmount Road ; thence northeasterly and easterly along said road, Freshwater Road and Longs Hill to Gower Street ; thence northeasterly along said street to Kings Bridge Road ; thence northerly along said road to Rennie's River ; thence generally easterly along said river, Quidi Vidi Lake and the channel known locally as Quidi Vidi Gut to Quidi Vidi Harbour.
:: By comparing porn star Brandon Lee to martial arts actor Bruce Lee ( as well as his son Brandon Lee, who died during the filming of The Crow and from whom the porn star took his name ) Hoang examines recent changes in the images of Asian men in porn and cinema generally.
:: This generally refers to the tendency for groups to make decisions that are more extreme than the initial inclination of its members, although polarization toward the most central beliefs has has also been observed.
:: a ) for photographs, drawings, pictures, films, and generally any work for which the banknote itself or its reproduction does not hold central meaning and which does not contain a magnified version of the banknote's design ;

:: and John
:: I John ... was in the isle that is called Patmos for the word of God and the testimony of Jesus.
Reprinted in John Cunningham Wood and Ronald N. Woods, ed., 1990, Milton Friedman :: Critical Assessments, v. 2, p p. 72-88.
:: John Archibald Wheeler's participatory anthropic principle says that consciousness plays some role in bringing the universe into existence.
:: April 15 – President Abraham Lincoln dies of a head wound inflicted by assassin John Wilkes Booth.
:: April 15 – President Abraham Lincoln dies of a head wound inflicted by assassin John Wilkes Booth.
:: St. John Baptist.
:: The Passion narrative of the Gospel of John is sung or read, often divided between more than one singer or reader.
:: John has finished the work.
:: John has finished the work.
:: *... and has finished the work, John.
:: * What John has done is has finished the work.
:: What has John done?
:: What John has done is finished the work.
:: What has John done?
:: John has given Mary a book.
:: John the Evangelist
:: Sir John Duncombe
:: Sir John Chicheley
:: Deep in a dump alone John Ford was gat,
:: 70th Tank Battalion Lt. Col. John C. Welborn
:: a. John ate the pizza.
:: b. * John ate the pizza the hamburger.
:: c. John ate the pizza with a fork.
:: d. John ate the pizza with a fork on Tuesday.

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