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Similarly, if the equivalents for the forms of a word do not vary, the equivalents need be entered only once with an indication that they apply to each form.
Similarly, higher levels of GNP do not, in themselves, provide grounds for raising prices, but they do relax some of the pressure on the industry so that it can raise prices higher for a given wage increase.
Similarly, a character can find any possible universe, but they can spend character points to know of or inhabit shadows which are ( in some sense ) " real " and therefore useful.
) 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, in Avery Corman's book The Old Neighborhood ( 1980 ), an upper-middle class white protagonist returns to his birth neighborhood ( Fordham Road and the Grand Concourse ), and learns that even though the folks are poor, Hispanic and African-American, they are good people.
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 early disciples had first been baptized in water ... and then they received the holy spirit.
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, hospital emergency codes often incorporate colors ( such as the widely used " Code Blue " indicating a cardiac arrest ), although they may also include numbers, and may not conform to a uniform standard.
Similarly, the Editorial department is headed by Dale Hoiberg and assisted by four others ; they oversee the work of five senior editors, nine associate editors, and one executive assistant.
', Similarly he suggested to Celia Kirwan that they had both been unfaithful.
Similarly, violation of the zone by a defending player is only penalized if they do so to gain an advantage in defending.
Similarly finite natural things are less " real "— because they are less self-determining — than spiritual things like morally responsible people, ethical communities and God.
Similarly, they won't eat normal things, but do practice cannibalism.
Similarly, jury trials were abolished by the government of India in 1960 ( this was followed by Pakistan soon afterwards ) on the grounds they would be susceptible to media and public influence.
Similarly, one should trust one's city to an expert in the subject of the good, not to a mere politician who tries to gain power by giving people what they want, rather than what's good for them.
" Similarly, when two options are presented, they are often, though not always, two extreme points on some spectrum of possibilities ; this can lend credence to the larger argument by giving the impression that the options are mutually exclusive, even though they need not be.
Similarly, 1933's La femme en blanc Woman in White uses a then-new technique of recreating for the audience events as they are being described by the play's characters.
Similarly, methyl iodide and methyl triflate are viewed as the equivalent of the methyl cation because they readily undergo S < sub > N </ sub > 2 reactions by weak nucleophiles.
" Similarly, Louie Kemp, in his article for Jewish Journal, wrote: " You might remember him as Don Vito Corleone, Stanley Kowalski or the eerie Col. Walter E. Kurtz in " Apocalypse Now ," but I remember Marlon Brando as a mensch and a personal friend of the Jewish people when they needed it most.
Similarly, if a lyric uses words that the listener is unfamiliar with, they may be misheard as using more familiar terms.
Similarly, " They were so farre surprised with his Manifesto, that they would never suffer it to be published " ( p. 103 )
Similarly, the government is pursuing a strategy of partial port privatization by granting concessions to private port operators so that they can improve the quality of port facilities and operations.

Similarly and should
Similarly, an early draft did not include the commitment that nothing should be done which might prejudice the rights of the non-Jewish communities.
Similarly, the pentafluoride, DbF < sub > 5 </ sub >, should be even more volatile.
Similarly, if someone should die, those close to them should hold to their serenity because the loved one was made of flesh and blood destined to death.
Similarly, prehistoric obsidian blades should have lost their edge ; this is not observed either ( although obsidian may have a different viscosity from window glass ).
Similarly, a response of 2 Diamonds indicates less than 8 hcps and should usually be passed.
Similarly, public capital levels should not be too high that it leads to financing costs and high tax rates issues which will negate the positive benefits of such investments.
Similarly, if concentrated industries take longer time to react to demand changes, then, all else equal, good economic news should raise the value of a company more in a concentrated industry than in an non-concentrated industry ( Lustgarten and Thomadakis 1980 ).
Similarly for the question if a particular family should be recognized at all.
Similarly, the state should not be able to interfere in mental health practices between consenting adults ( for example, by legally controlling the supply of psychotropic drugs or psychiatric medication ).
Similarly for the question if a particular order should be recognized at all.
Similarly, he claimed that the anatase in the ink could have come from sand used to dry it ( the hypothetical source of the sand being gneiss from the Binnenthal area of Switzerland ) but his team had not examined the crystals microscopically, and Kenneth Towe responded that this was an essential test, given that crystal size and shape should clearly distinguish commercial anatase from anatase found in sand.
Similarly, buying in for an additional amount should be done between hands once the player sees that he will be out of chips within a couple of hands ( if buy-ins cannot be handled by the dealer it can take two or three hands for an attendant to bring another tray to the table ).
Similarly, after his resignation, he may not use the pallium ; should he be transferred to another archdiocese, he must again petition the Holy Father for a new pallium.
Similarly, people with dementia with Lewy bodies may have significant side-effects to antipsychotics, and should either be treated with a small dose or not at all.
Similarly, role confusion occurs in a situation where an individual has trouble determining which role he or she should play, but where the roles are not necessarily incompatible.
Similarly, Barthes felt that avant-garde writing should be praised for its maintenance of just such a distance between its audience and itself.
Similarly, Shahra Razavi says better understanding of care work " would allow us to shift our priorities from ' making money ' or ' making stuff ' to ' making livable lives ' and ' enriching networks of care and relationship '" which should be central to economics.
Similarly, affiliation to the Labour Party was opposed on the grounds that communists should not work with ' reformist ' Social Democratic parties.
Similarly, sexual sadism within the context of mutual consent should not be mistaken for acts of sexual violence or aggression.
Similarly Noah curses Canaan (), and Joshua curses the man who should build the city of Jericho ().
Similarly, all vertebrate cytochrome c should be equally different from the yeast protein.
Similarly, they assert that his hypothesis fails to explain why there should be any relation whatever between antiquity / medieval Germanic names, and names that are to be attributed to extremely distant languages, if those be Indo-European at all ( as Turkish and Caucasian languages have no relation whatever to Germanic, while Ossetic at least is Indo-European, although from the Indo-Iranian family ).

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