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Since and air
Since 1957, more and more trans-Atlantic passengers have been crossing by air.
Since effective area coverage appears fairly remote, the requirement can be borne in mind while considering the elements: air, surface, sub-surface, fixed installations, mines, and intelligence.
Since the air on the top of the wing is traveling faster than on the bottom, due to Bernoulli effect, at speeds close to the speed of sound the air on the top of the wing will be accelerated to supersonic.
Since the last railway was dismantled in 1952, the only remaining modes of transport are by motorways, by sea, and by air.
The event temporarily warmed air temperature by 1. 5 ° C, compared to the usual increase of 0. 25 ° C associated with El Niño events .< ref name =" Trenberth "> Since then, mass coral bleaching has become common worldwide, with all regions having suffered " severe bleaching ".
Since World War I, achieving and maintaining air superiority has been essential for victory in conventional warfare.
Since air and water are governed by similar fluid equations, albeit with vastly different levels of viscosity, density, and compressibility, the hydrofoil and airfoil create lift in identical ways ( see foil ( fluid mechanics )).
Since then, " Sang real " is sometimes employed to lend a medievalising air in referring to the Holy Grail.
Since air is plentiful at the surface of the earth, the oxidizer is typically atmospheric oxygen, which has the advantage of not being stored within the vehicle.
Since air is an insulator, in principle no other substance is needed to keep power where it should be.
Since the early 1940s, Kingman Reef has had very little human contact, though amateur radio operators from around the world have occasionally visited the reef to put it " on the air " in what is known as a DX-pedition.
Since the Treaty of Versailles forbade Germany to have an air force, German pilots trained in violation of the treaty in secret.
Since the foil must exert a force on the air to change its direction, the air must exert a force of equal magnitude but opposite direction on the foil.
Since the enactment of EU legislation concerning the concentration of particulate in the air, environmental groups such as Greenpeace have staged large protest rallies to urge the city council and the State government to take a harder stance on pollution.
Since nori sheets easily absorb water from the air and degrade, a desiccant is indispensable when storing it.
Since January 2006, the NATO International Security Assistance Force undertook combat duties from Operation Enduring Freedom in southern Afghanistan, the NATO force chiefly made up of British, Canadian and Dutch forces ( and some smaller contributions from Denmark, Romania and Estonia and air support from Norway as well as air and artillery support from the U. S .) ( see the article Coalition combat operations in Afghanistan in 2006 ).
Since the early 1980s, an elegant solution has been the near-frictionless air bearing linear arm which requires no tracking drive mechanism other than the record groove itself.
Since January 2012, four daytime soap operas – General Hospital, Days of our Lives, The Young and the Restless, and The Bold and the Beautiful – continue to air on the three major networks, down from 12 in 1990 – 91 and a high of 19 in 1969 – 70.
Since the wing exerts a force on the air to change its direction, the air must exert a force on the wing, equal in size but opposite in direction.
Since neutrons are absorbed by air, even a high-yield neutron bomb is not able to radiate neutrons beyond its blast range and so would theoretically have no destructive advantage over a normal hydrogen bomb.

Since and is
Since the Supreme Court's decision of that year this is more doubtful ; ;
( Since the time-span of the nation-state coincides roughly with the separate existence of the United States as an independent entity, it is perhaps natural for Americans to think of the nation as representative of the highest form of order, something permanent and unchanging.
Since it is not far from Viareggio, he will visit Puccini's house, as he never fails to do, to pay his respects to the memory of the composer of La Boheme, which he considers one of Puccini's masterpieces.
Since attack serves to stimulate interest in broadcasts, I added to my opening statement a sentence in which I claimed that German youth seemed to lack the enthusiasm which is a necessary ingredient of anger, and might be classified as uninterested and bored rather than angry.
Since the hazards of poor communication are so great, p can be justified as a habitable site only on the basis of unusual productivity such as is made available by a waterfall for milling purposes, a mine, or a sugar maple camp.
Since the difficulty of drawing the net is great, we will merely discuss it.
Since a civilizational crisis involves also a crisis in private interests and in the ruling class, reaction is normally found among those who feel themselves to be among the ruling class.
Since civilizational change is the most difficult to perceive and analyze, it seldom is given adequate attention.
Since the slogans have little application to reality and are sanctimonious to boot, the applause is faint even in areas of the world where we should expect to find the greatest affection for free government.
Since more is known about Quiney than about any other acquaintance of Shakespeare in Stratford, his career may be followed to its sudden end in 1602.
Since the great flood of these dystopias has appeared only in the last twelve years, it seems fairly reasonable to assume that the chief impetus was the 1949 publication of Nineteen Eighty-Four, an assumption which is supported by the frequent echoes of such details as Room 101, along with education by conditioning from Brave New World, a book to which science-fiction writers may well have returned with new interest after reading the more powerful Orwell dystopia.
Since Laos is of no more purely military value to Moscow itself than it is to Washington, this approach might be expected to head off Mr. Khrushchev for the moment.
Since little is known about autism, and almost nothing has been written for the layman, we'd like to share one experienced mother's comments.
Since the work is done by hand, the only limitation, it is said, `` is that of human conception ''.
Since the apparatus is new, it requires experimentation and changes in technique.
Since the obvious is not always true, the Republican National Committee wisely analyzed its defeat of last autumn and finds that it occurred, as suspected, in the larger cities.
Since he has just shown who is top dog, he may not be ready to receive this highest honor in the gift of the Soviet people.
Since appeals to morality, to humanity, and to sanity have had such small effect, perhaps our last recourse is the deterrent example.
Since the goal of our international planners is a World Government, this Atlantic Community would mark a giant step in that direction for, once American economic autonomy is absorbed, a larger grouping is a question of time.

Since and continuum
* Since a ship traveling at impulse velocities ( slower than, but approaching, the speed of light ) is still traveling in the normal space-time continuum, concerns of time dilation apply, so high relativistic speeds are avoided unless absolutely necessary ; impulse power is therefore customarily limited to a maximum of ¼ lightspeed.
Since rainbows are actually a continuum of color, there are no empirical stripes or bands, and yet people see as many bands as their language possesses primary color words.
Since the distinction is geographical, the two situations ( learning second language and learning foreign language ) can be considered as a continuum.
Since he is black, he cannot be sent back in time by Lady Shrapnell, which is fortunate because he is needed to run simulations in an attempt to discover how bad the disruption of the space-time continuum might be.
Since it is possible to adapt, expand, update, or otherwise customise any PC within the limits of the PCs conformance to standard component interfaces, homebuilt PC systems form a continuum from standard system suppliers offerings adapted with an alternative video card or uprated hard disk, up to systems built from scratch from components, owing nothing to any specific system assembler.

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