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Similarly, an organism living in a demersal habitat is said to be a demersal organism, as in demersal fish.
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Similarly, cell mediated immunity is active when the organisms ’ own T-cells are stimulated and passive when T cells come from another organism.
Similarly, the organism in the above example now has eight times the mass to support on its legs, but the strength of its bones and muscles is dependent upon their cross-sectional area, which has only increased fourfold.
Similarly and living
" Similarly, the Nazis promoted territorial expansionism to provide Lebensraum (" living space ") to the German nation.
Similarly, they were, at one time or another, at war with virtually every other Native American group living in the Great Plains, leaving opportunities for political maneuvering by European colonial powers and the United States.
Similarly, the soul of each living being is unique and uncreated and has existed since beginningless time.
Similarly, governmental policies in Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Iraq, Tunisia, oil production Arab states of the Persian Gulf and Libya, as well as a desire for improved standards of living, effectively led most Bedouin to become settled citizens of various nations, rather than stateless nomadic herders.
Similarly, " God's Children " and " Apeman " ( both 1970 ), and the songs " 20th Century Man ", " Complicated Life " and " Here Come the People in Grey " from Muswell Hillbillies ( 1971 ), passionately decried industrialization and bureaucracy in favour of simple pastoral living.
Similarly, in section 8 housing, families with this voucher can only use the voucher to pay a portion of their living costs in specified units or in a private sector.
Similarly, Shahn ’ s New Deal art for the FSA and Resettlement Agency exposed American living and working conditions.
Similarly, the Greek historian Agatharchides describes what may have been chimpanzees as tribes of agile, promiscuous " seed-eaters " and " wood-eaters " living in Ethiopia.
Similarly, Dobash and Dobash claim that " Men who assault their wives are actually living up to cultural prescriptions that are cherished in Western society -- aggressiveness, male dominance and female subordination -- and they are using physical force as a means to enforce that dominance ", while Walker claims that men exhibit a " socialized androcentric need for power ".
Similarly, living among the urban people was at variance with life among the tribal and rural peoples of the north.
Similarly, the use of non-human animals for food, clothing, entertainment, or testing represents the commodification of other living beings.
Similarly, some symbionts, such as small crabs, living within the complex structures of branching corals may ward off the starfish as it seeks to spread its stomach over the coral surface.
Similarly, other European immigrant families had already settled in nearby suburbs such as Osborne Park, who made their living as market gardeners.
Similarly, some Giáy of Vietnam report that they have relatives still living in Hekou, Yunnan province, China ( Edmondson & Gregerson 2001 ).
Similarly, people living in the tribal and far-flung areas far from conventional educational institutions, have an opportunity to be educated.
Similarly, a growing number of French-speaking intellectuals and academics state that French-speakers living in the Flemish region should stop behaving as if they are not in Flanders and thus vote for the Flemish electoral college.
Similarly, in Turkish the language is called Rumca, derived from the Turkish word Rum denoting ethnic Greeks living in Turkey in general ; this term also comprises other Greek speakers in Turkey such as those from Istanbul or Smyrna who speak a language close to Standard Modern Greek.
Similarly, in 1934, 400 company employees inhabited Kohler, Wisconsin ( a company town ), but 150 of them were single men living in dormitories.
Similarly, in England, " people living in deprived areas were found to receive around 70 % less provision relative to need compared with the most affluent areas for both knee and hip replacements.
Similarly, Ragnar Nurkse ( 1953 ) argued that the exposure of a society to new goods or ways of living creates unhappiness with what had previously been acceptable consumption practices ; he dubbed it the " international demonstration effect.
Similarly, a sombrero-clad Mexican living to the southwest might suddenly wake up from his siesta and toss a bomb into Texas, result being the same.
Similarly and habitat
Similarly, many suburban areas do not allow long, unkempt lawns that provide useful wildlife habitat because of damage to property values.
Similarly and is
Similarly, at the opposite end of the market cycle, towards the end of an intermediate or major decline, usually while the bottom is being formed on the price chart, it is characteristic that an increase is noticed in odd-lot selling again alerting the chartist that a bottom is becoming a greater likelihood.
Similarly, the American Cancer Society ( ACS ), the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation, and the BBB have each stated lately that medical quackery is at a new high.
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, the Italian verb corresponding to ' spell ( out )', compitare, is unknown to many Italians because the act of spelling itself is rarely needed: Italian spelling is highly phonemic.
Similarly, although a subset of the real numbers that is not Lebesgue measurable can be proven to exist using the axiom of choice, it is consistent that no such set is definable.
Similarly, all the statements listed below which require choice or some weaker version thereof for their proof are unprovable in ZF, but since each is provable in ZF plus the axiom of choice, there are models of ZF in which each statement is true.
Similarly in St Peter: " Christ .. Who verily was foreordained before the foundation of the world, but was manifest in these last times for you " ( 1 Peter 1: 20 ), and " But the end of all things is at hand " ( 1 Peter 4: 7 ).
Similarly, the subset order ⊆ on the subsets of any given set is antisymmetric: given two sets A and B, if every element in A also is in B and every element in B is also in A, then A and B must contain all the same elements and therefore be equal:
Similarly, in the Greek Magical Papyri, the term " Aion " is often used to denote the All, or the supreme aspect of God
Similarly the freehold of a benefice, on the death of the incumbent, is said to be in abeyance until the next incumbent takes possession.
Similarly, the use of excessively high doses ( often the result of polypharmacy ) continues despite clinical guidelines and evidence indicating that it is usually no more effective but is usually more harmful.
Similarly and said
Similarly, P is said to satisfy the descending chain condition ( DCC ) if every descending chain of elements eventually terminates, or equivalently if any descending sequence
Similarly, Human Rights Watch pointed out that " the Contras systematically engage in violent abuses ... so prevalent that these may be said to be their principal means of waging war " in a 1989 report.
Similarly, if only the magnetic field () is non-zero and is constant in time, the field is said to be a magnetostatic field.
" Similarly, Roger Ebert, writing of his iconic performance in Last Tango in Paris, said: " This was the greatest movie actor of his time, the author of performances that do honor to the cinema.
Similarly, in linguo-labial consonants the tongue contacts the upper lip with the upper lip actively moving down to meet the tongue ; nonetheless, in this gesture the tongue is conventionally said to be active and the lip passive, if for no other reason than the fact that the parts of the mouth below the vocal tract are typically active, and those above the vocal tract typically passive.
Similarly, the Charter of Fundamental Rights, codified into law applicable to European Union countries by the passage civil lawsuit, is said to have accrued when the event beginning its time limitation occurs.
Similarly, in later myths, Zeus would swallow Metis when she was pregnant with Athena, because of a prophecy that said she would later give birth to a son who would be more glorious than his father.
" Similarly, on the May 24, 2011 edition of CNBC's Kudlow and Company, host Lawrence Kudlow, discussing a book by former deputy Under-Secretary of Defense Jed Babbin, said " World War IV is the terror war, and war with China would be World War V ."
Similarly, Pope John Paul II said of the Paul VI revision of the liturgy: " This work was undertaken in accordance with the conciliar principles of fidelity to tradition and openness to legitimate development, and so it is possible to say that the reform of the Liturgy is strictly traditional and ' in accordance with the ancient usage of the holy Fathers '.
Similarly, Fangorn was said to be a dangerous and evil place like Mirkwood where huge spiders roamed the forest and other evil creatures lay, but this was not the case following the events of Lord of the Rings.
Similarly, a parable also resembles a simile, i. e. a metaphorical construction in which something is said to be " like " something else ( e. g. " The just man is like a tree planted by streams of water ").
" Similarly, when Jimmy Page was asked about the development of guitar feedback, he said, " I don't know who really did feedback first ; it just sort of happened.
Similarly Kent Houston, head of Peerless Camera doing the film's special effects said in Madness and Misadventures that they were promised a bonus if they would finish the effects in time, but when they approached the person again when they were done, he was met with the reply, " I'm not gonna pay you, because I don't want to seem to be doing anything that could benefit Terry Gilliam.
Similarly, God has said: “ If two parties among the believers fall into a quarrel, make peace between them ; but if one of them transgresses beyond bounds against the other, then fight against the one who transgresses until he complies with the command of Allah ; then, if he complies, make peace between them with justice, and be fair: for Allah loves those who act fairly ” ( Qur ' an 49: 9 ).
" Similarly, journalist Matt Taibbi has said of Friedman's writing that, " Friedman came up with lines so hilarious you couldn't make them up even if you were trying – and when you tried to actually picture the ' illustrative ' figures of speech he offered to explain himself, what you often ended up with was pure physical comedy of the Buster Keaton / Three Stooges school, with whole nations and peoples slipping and falling on the misplaced banana peels of his literary endeavors.
Similarly, roots of a polynomial are said to be degenerate if they coincide, since generically the n roots of an nth degree polynomial are all distinct.
" Similarly, in a 1984 interview on BBC Radio 1, Waters said " If somebody said to me now – right – here's a million pounds, go out and play Atom Heart Mother, I'd say you must be fucking joking.
Similarly, it is said to have lowest weight λ if λ is a weight and all its other weights are greater than it.
" Similarly, the amateur historian Bob Atchison said that Anastasia was akin to someone making a film in which " Anne Frank moves to Orlando and opens a crocodile farm with a guy named Mort.