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Similarly and 1972
Similarly, while having several characters as students in a class taught by Henry Kissinger, the dialogue made up for Kissinger would also come from “ off-panel ” ( although Kissinger had earlier appeared as a character with his face shown in a 1972 series of strips in which he met Mark Slackmeyer while the latter was on a trip to Washington ).
33, No. 5 ( Feb., 1972 ), pp. 532-542 Published by: National Council of Teachers of English < http :// www. jstor. org / stable / 375413 >, 532 </ ref > Similarly, Lauren Shohet asserts that the swain is projecting his grief upon the classical images of the pastoral setting at this point in the elegy .< ref > Shohet, Lauren.
Similarly, Kansas City could not get a KCI designation when it renamed its Mid-Continent International Airport to Kansas City International Airport in 1972 ( and thus Kansas City still has MCI as its designation ).
Similarly, until 1972, the initial consonant of the English ' chin ' was represented in Malaysia as ch, whereas in Indonesia, it continued to follow Dutch and used tj.

Similarly and study
Similarly, a girl who graduates with a good working knowledge of stenography and the use of clerical machines and who is able to get a job at once may wish to improve her skill and knowledge by a year or two of further study in a community college or secretarial school.
Similarly, a mathematician does not restrict his study of numbers to the integers ; rather he considers more abstract structures such as rings, and in particular number rings in the context of algebraic number theory.
" Similarly, Krantz argues that of the many opinions offered about the Patterson film, " nly a few of these opinions are based on technical expertise and careful study of the film itself "
Despite the nomenclature, the " field " under study is the gravitational potential, φ, rather than the gravitational field, g. Similarly, when classical field theory is used to study electromagnetism, the " field " of interest is the electromagnetic four-potential ( V / c, A ), rather than the electric and magnetic fields E and B.
Similarly, wave processes revealed from the study of waves other than sound waves can be significant to the understanding of sound phenomena.
Similarly, a morphological study conducted by Lyson et al.
Similarly, in his study of the witenagemots, Felix Liebermann stated that " its functions and power differ .. considerably at various times.
Similarly, a generally 1 / f distribution pattern has been observed in film shot length by researcher James E. Cutting of Cornell University, in the study of 150 popular movies released from 1935 to 2005.
Similarly, a study of habitual non-seatbelt wearers driving in freeway conditions found evidence that they had adapted to seatbelt use by adopting higher driving speeds and closer following distances.
Similarly to the use of NP-complete problems to analyze the P = NP question, the P-complete problems, viewed as the " probably not parallelizable " or " probably inherently sequential " problems, serves in a similar manner to study the NC = P question.
Similarly, pianists must study piano performance.
Similarly, Kilpatrick, Resnick, Ruggiero, Conoscenti, & McCauley ( 2007 ) found in a study of 2, 000 college women nationwide that 5. 2 % experienced rape every year.
Similarly, a study by Jared Guttmann at Worcester Polytechnic Institute found that when a subject wearing earplugs yawned, a breeze is heard caused by the flux of the air moving between the subject's ear and the environment.
Similarly, another classic study conducted by Bruner and Leo Postman showed slower reaction times and less accurate answers when a deck of playing cards reversed the color of the suit symbol for some cards ( e. g. red spades and black hearts ). These series of experiments issued in what some called the ' New Look ' psychology, which challenged psychologists to study not just an organism's response to a stimulus, but also its internal interpretation.
Similarly, Paul Broca's 1861 post mortem study of an aphasic patient, known as " Tan " after the only word which he could speak, showed that an area of the left frontal lobe was damaged.
Similarly, a study of the behavior of states that joined ongoing militarized disputes reports that power is important only to autocracies: democracies do not seem to base their alignment on the power of the sides in the dispute.
Similarly, Gudeman argued that Western economic anthropologists will invariably " find " the people they study to behave " rationally " since that is what their model leads them to do.
" Similarly, in his study of bisexuality in cinema, Wayne M. Bryant argued that whilst it was " an excellent film ", The Adventures of Priscilla was marred by " instances of gratuitous sexism ".
Similarly, a 2009 Australian study concluded that, of 97 patients admitted to hospital believing their drinks might have been spiked, none had in fact been drugged.
Similarly, Psychiatrist David Spiegel claimed that the inclusion of Landis ' 1956 study was unjustified.
Similarly, Mrozowski ’ s study of rear yards associated with the Boott Mill boardinghouses and tenements that housed workers revealed that these yards mainly served practical functions and were not primarily used to grow foodstuffs, and may not have served an integral part in the daily lives of the low-wage workers hired ( 99-100 ).
Similarly, it has been used to study recruitment into political movements and social organizations.

Similarly and by
Similarly, the innovations of bop, and of Parker particularly, have been vastly overrated by people unfamiliar with music, especially by that ignoramus, the intellectual jitterbug, the jazz aficionado.
Similarly, the third and fourth rows are shifted by offsets of two and three respectively.
Similarly, the language spread to numerous other parts of the world as a result of British trade and colonization elsewhere and the spread of the former British Empire, which, by 1921, held sway over a population of 470 – 570 million people, approximately a quarter of the world's population at that time.
Similarly, all output was scrutinized for a Control-D character ( ASCII 4 ), which BASIC programs would send before seemingly PRINTing a disk command to get DOS's attention ( the disk commands would not really get PRINTed but were intercepted by DOS and prevented from making it to the screen output ).
Similarly, in Gregory Keyes ' series The Age of Unreason, " aetherschriebers " use two halves of a single " chime " to communicate, aided by scientific alchemy.
Similarly, the angle that a line makes with the horizontal can be defined by the formula
) Similarly, when Jewish families and larger groups sing traditional Sabbath songs known as zemirot outside the context of formal religious services, they usually do so a cappella, and Bar and Bat Mitzvah celebrations on the Sabbath sometimes feature entertainment by a cappella ensembles.
Similarly, arbitrage affects the difference in interest rates paid on government bonds issued by the various countries, given the expected depreciations in the currencies relative to each other ( see interest rate parity ).
Similarly, anyone who wishes to understand the mind of the sacred writers must first cleanse his own life, and approach the saints by copying their deeds.
Similarly, given any element y of Y, there is a function f < sub > y </ sub >, or f (·, y ), from X to Z, given by f < sub > y </ sub >( x ) := f ( x, y ).
Similarly, ' jumping genes ' were discovered by Barbara McClintock while she was studying maize.
Similarly, those participants who are recipients of the activities are typically known as bottoms, those who are controlled by their partners as submissives, and those who receive pain as masochists ; again, these are frequently the same person and the terms are sometimes used interchangeably.
Similarly, frets on earlier balalaikas were made of animal gut and tied to the neck so that they could be moved around by the player at will ( as is the case with the modern saz, which allows for the microtonal playing distinctive to Turkish and Central Asian music ).
Similarly, the total mass inside a sphere containing a black hole can be found by using the gravitational analog of Gauss's law, the ADM mass, far away from the black hole.
" Similarly a systematic and coherent explanation of balance of trade was made public through Thomas Mun's c1630 " England's treasure by forraign trade, or, The balance of our forraign trade is the rule of our treasure "
Similarly, when Jean de Schelandre wrote about Banquo in his Stuartide in 1611, he also changed the character by portraying him as a noble and honourable man — the critic D. W. Maskell describes him as “… Schelandre's paragon of valour and virtue ”— probably for reasons similar to Shakespeare's.
Similarly, relatively little energy is used in producing and combining the raw materials ( although large amounts of CO < sub > 2 </ sub > are produced by the chemical reactions in cement manufacture ).
Similarly, the Economic and Financial Affairs Council is composed of national finance ministers, and they are still one per state and the chair is held by the member coming from the presiding country.
Similarly, the acceleration field is given by
Similarly, rebels who took power in the city but with the citadel still held by the former rulers could by no means regard their tenure of power as secure.
Similarly, the design technique has progressed from paper-and-ruler based manual design to computer-aided design, and now to computer-automated design ( CAutoD ), which has been made possible by evolutionary computation.
Similarly, the shortest war in recorded history, the Anglo-Zanzibar War of 1896, was brought to a swift conclusion by shelling from British battleships.

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