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Similarly and when
Similarly, when a reporter once questioned Lincoln in cryptic fashion, Lincoln refused to make any further statement.
) 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 1971, Alistair Campbell stated that the apologue technique used in Beowulf is so infrequent in the epic tradition aside from when Virgil uses it that the poet who composed Beowulf could not have written the poem in such a manner without first coming across Virgil's writings.
Similarly, as an infinite-dimensional example, the Lebesgue space L < sup > p </ sup > is always a Banach space but is only a Hilbert space when p = 2.
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 when the ectocervix enters the less harsh uterine area it undergoes metaplasia to become columnar epithelium.
Similarly, when composing the " primeval history " he drew on Greek and Mesopotamian sources, editing and adding to them to create a unified work that fit his theological agenda.
" The first, another word for " angry ," is " fuming ," which ends in " g ." The second, " hungry ," at least when personified, is " eager " which ends in " r ." Similarly, the third word is " every ," which ends in " y " and is clearly used by the word " everyone.
Similarly, where a fund is structured as a limited partnership the investor's account will be allocated its proportion of any increase or decrease in the NAV of the fund, allowing an investor to withdraw more ( or less ) when it withdraws its capital.
Similarly, when a building is demolished, one does not say that the building ' changes '; one says that it is destroyed.
Similarly, when one acts without attachment and aversion there will be no further karmic bonding to the soul.
" 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, 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, when lower temperature objects are touched, the senses perceive the transfer of heat away from the body as feeling cold.
Similarly, the Local Group seemed to be the only affected area when the Annihilation Wave cut its bloody swath " across the universe ".
Similarly, finding already-trained employees is a big concern for employers when deciding which office suite to purchase or standardize on.
Similarly, when an object is dropped from a tower, the time it takes to fall to the ground remains the same with a scale model of the tower on a scale model of the Earth.
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, at a fixed temperature below the critical temperature, superconducting materials cease to superconduct when an external magnetic field is applied which is greater than the critical magnetic field.
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, stock market movements are described as displaying self-affinity, i. e. they appear self-similar when transformed via an appropriate affine transformation for the level of detail being shown.
Similarly, when referring to the down-market tabloid newspapers the alternative term " red-top " ( referring to their traditionally red-coloured mastheads ) is increasingly used, to distinguish them from the up-and middle-market compact newspapers.
Similarly, even when a sensible description of a particular " average case " ( which will probably only be applicable for some uses of the algorithm ) is possible, they tend to result in more difficult to analyse equations.
Similarly, both parts are italicized when a binomial name occurs in normal text.
To see this, the three corresponding normal vectors of the corner's perpendicular sides can be considered to form a basis ( a rectangular coordinate system ) ( x, y, z ) in which to represent the direction of an arbitrary incoming ray, b, c. When the ray reflects from the first side, say x, the ray's x component, a, is reversed to-a while the y and z components are unchanged, resulting in a direction of b, c. Similarly, when reflected from side y and finally from side z, the b and c components are reversed.

Similarly and Joan
Similarly to John Paul Jones, Mark Robbins, bass player and song writer from Joan, plays a number of songs in the standing lap slide style.
Similarly, Gowdy's novel Mister Sandman revolves around the family of Joan, a young autistic girl with a savant talent for playing classical music on the piano.
Similarly, an English satirical tract of 1599 translated from French, The True History of Pope Joan, says that a Prince had compared the Jesuits advantages in argument to the ace of hearts at Maw, ( adding that Maw was like the German game " Rumstich " as played in England.
Similarly it was one of the last new roles performed by Dame Joan Sutherland in a concert performance at Avery Fisher Hall.

Similarly and reveals
Similarly, when the heroine of Le Fresne reveals the brocade and the ring she was abandoned with, her mother and sister recognize her ; this makes her a suitable bride for the man whose mistress she had been.
Similarly, Phoebus's wife takes a lover of low estate ; the crow reveals their secret, and Phoebus in rage kills his wife.
Similarly, the term may also be applied to the posting of personal images of a female partner on the Internet or to urging or forcing a female partner to wear clothing which reveals her physical attractiveness to others, such as by wearing very brief clothing, such as a microskirt, tight-fitting or see-through clothing or a low-cut top.

Similarly and her
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, after the death by dehydration of Verity Linn, whose body was found in a tent with little but a sleeping bag, her clothing, and one of Jasmuheen's books, Jasmuheen wrote " If you haven't found the light that will nourish you, you may have the intention to become a breatharian, but in fact you may be putting yourself through food deprivation.
Similarly, Samuel Pepys in his diary entry for 15 August 1665 records a dream " that I had my Lady Castlemayne in my arms and was admitted to use all the dalliance I desired with her, and then dreamt that this could not be awake, but that it was only a dream ".
Similarly, in 2002 Judith Hooper repeatedly implied fraud and error in Kettlewell's experiments in her book titled Of moths and men.
Similarly, the groom tosses the bride's garter to the single men, often after removing it from her leg.
" Similarly, the former Birgitte Eva van Deurs was titled " HRH Princess Richard of Gloucester " from her wedding until her husband succeeded to his father's dukedom in 1974.
Similarly, Victorian modesty required the female model to pose nude with her face draped ( illustration ).
Similarly, Norma Jeane Baker changed her name to the far more glamorous-sounding Marilyn Monroe.
Similarly, Lee Chamberlin also left after season two, but many of her segments were also repeatedly reused ; consequently, she was also billed as a cast member for the rest of the run.
Similarly, he is followed in Lily of the Nile by Stephanie Dray, another novel that follows him and his young sister from the tragic fall of Alexandria to the cusp of her marriage to Juba II of Numidia.
Similarly Aphrodite, emerging from the sea and coming ashore at Cyprus, is dressed and adorned by the Horai, and, according to a surviving fragment of the epic Cypria, Aphrodite wore clothing made for her by the Charites and Horai, dyed with spring flowers, such as the Horai themselves wear.
Similarly, Briseis was said to have regarded Achilles as her husband as well.
Similarly, former diplomat Clara Nieto, in her book " Masters of War ," charged that " the CIA launched a series of terrorist actions from the “ mothership ” off Nicaragua ’ s coast.
Similarly, Eleanor Harz Jorden considers this class of words a kind of nominal, not adjective, and refers to them as na-nominals in her textbook Japanese: The Spoken Language.
Similarly, although HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco and his predecessor Rainer III would have the same Y chromosomes, any similarity to that of his predecessor Louis II would be purely coincidence, because Rainer III inherited the throne through his mother, Princess Charlotte, and not through her husband Prince Pierre.
Similarly, Kingston's praise of William Carlos Williams expresses her appreciation of his seemingly genderless work: " I love In the American Grain because it does the same thing.
Similarly, theorists such as George Fletcher and Robert Schopp have adopted European concepts of autonomy in their liberal theories to justify the right-holder using all necessary force to defend his or her autonomy and rights.
Similarly, when Sarah, Duchess of York was divorced from her husband, HRH The Duke of York, she too lost her HRH style but retained her ducal title of Duchess of York.
Similarly, Clarkson wrote and published her own romantic fiction novels: A Lover More Condoling in 1968, and Hunger Trace in 1970.
Similarly, her photographs of people are born of intimacy without sentimentality.
Similarly Postumia, who though innocent according to Livy was tried for unchastity with suspicions being aroused through her immodest attire and less than maidenly manner.
* Similarly to the previous position, but the receiving partner's legs need not be straight and the penetrating partner wraps his or her arms around the receiving partner to push the legs as close as possible to the chest.

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