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So and indicates
In each set, incisors ( I ) are indicated first, canines ( C ) second, premolars ( P ) third, and finally molars ( M ), giving I: C: P: M. So for example, the formula 2. 1. 2. 3 for upper teeth indicates 2 incisors, 1 canine, 2 premolars, and 3 molars on one side of the upper mouth.
So, the spread of the three estimates indicates the likely degree of uncertainty in the evolution of the global mean surface temperature.
So the word brahmacharya indicates a lifestyle adopted to enable one to attain the ultimate reality.
So that inbound passengers do not have to guess which inbound platform wil be served next, an automatic illuminated sign at the fare mezzanine level indicates the correct platform for the next inbound train.
So fickle a courtier was he that the Marian Court privately distrusted his loyalty during the outbreak of a rebellion represented for Kent by his ' friend and neighbour ' Sir Thomas Wyatt in the attack on London in 1554, but the very fact that he sent men against Northumberland indicates something of his position.
So the generalized eigenvector is, where the * indicates any value is fine.
* So when using the notation of the Dini derivatives, the plus or minus sign indicates the left-or right-hand limit, and the placement of the sign indicates the infimum or supremum limit.
So the implications of finding tuberculosis in pre-Columbian society indicates that there was a large thriving community at the time.

So and origin
So far, there is no general consensus on the exact origin or classification of Hunnic.
So for the gravitational force — or, more generally, for any inverse square force law — the right hand side of the equation becomes a constant and the equation is seen to be the harmonic equation ( up to a shift of origin of the dependent variable ).
So, p and q are Euclidean vectors, starting from the origin of the space, and their tips indicate two points.
Michael Romeo about the origin of their name: " So, you know, the music we were coming up with had the keyboard thing and the guitar, and some classical elements, so the word ‘ Symphony ’ came up and, so the dramatic thing, you know?
So length contraction is not of kinetic, but kinematic origin.
( So says the Jewish Encyclopedia of 1906 ; the origin of the Karaites is not uncontroversial.
So the new system has an equilibrium point at the origin.
So all followers of different religions and religious practices came under the nomenclature Baul, which has its etymological origin in the Sanskrit words " Vatula " ( madcap ), or " Vyakula " ( restless ) and used for someone who is " possessed " or " crazy ".
So, too, we are to be careful not to introduce into the sphere of the Torah foreign ideas … Rather, we should always be mindful of the superiority of the Torah, which differs from all other scientific knowledge through its Divine origin … Sages do not demand of us to completely ignore all the scientific knowledge … rather that a person familiar with these other realms of knowledge, but … only from the Torah's perspective … and they warn us that neglecting this perspective will jeopardize our intellectual life.
So the origin and history of Aruviyur Nagarathar remained the same as that of until 706 A. D. A complete detailed revised book ( 343 pages ) named Namathu Samuthayam written by So. Vaithiyalingam in Oct 2010 explains clearly about the complete history of chettiyar's from 2897B. C.
So influential was this notion that 300 years later Bancroft in his monumental Native Races began his discussion of circumcision by writing: " Whether the custom of circumcision, which has been the great prop of argument in favor of the Jewish origin of the Aztecs, really obtained among these people, has been doubted by numerous authors ," concluding that it probably existed in a " certain form among some tribes " ( p278 ).
then the vector ( cos α, sin α ) is parallel to the segment PX, and the length of PX, which is the distance from the tangent line to the origin, is p. So X is represented by the polar coordinates ( p, α ) and replacing ( p, α ) by ( r, θ ) produces a polar equation for the pedal curve.
So, all structures within Valhalla basin have impact or tectonic origin.
So, though Garðr does appear as a man's name, it is possible that Garðr Agði is in origin a personification of the Land of Agdir, and that his sons whose names end in-gard (- garðr ) are similar personifications of other regions of Norway, euhemerized into first kings of those regions.
So much so, in fact, that many previous writers on Tibet have actually assumed the kila cult to be of Tibetan origin.
For example, Moldovans pronounce / tch / as / sh / and / e / as / i /, Oltenians make use of the perfect simple ( rarely used in other regions ) and the Transylvanians use some words of Hungarian and German origin such as ' musai ' ( meaning must ) or ' fain ' ( meaning nice ), as well as the start of most sentences with the interjection " No " ( not as a negative answer, but meaning So or Well ).
So the presence of Bibles among Afghans show their Jewish origin .”
So De Decker was at the origin of the ' Pétitionnement en faveur de la langue Flamande ' in 1840 and of the instauration of the ' Flemish Commission ' in 1855.
So internationally, dog breeds are organized in ten groups, each with subsections according to breed type and origin.
The ancient Turkic legend recorded in the Chinese Zhoushu annals ( 周書, 636 AD ) tells of the origin of the ancestors of the ancient Türks from a state or possession So, located north of the Huns.
This phrase was popularized by the publication in 1902 of Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories, containing fictional and deliberately fanciful tales for children, in which the stories pretend to explain animal characteristics, such as the origin of the spots on the leopard.
:" So, the origin of the modern standard choreography seems to have appeared between the publication of Hoffman ’ s book in 1889 and the published effect in “ Zauberwelt ” 1900.

So and would
So would she mind speaking a little louder??
So the President would make a hearty breakfast official by inviting Government officials to attend.
So something like this matters more than it would at home.
So would radar picket ships.
So suppose somebody only wished to frighten her, so she would leave Honotassa!!
So somebody else knew what would happen to her father's money if she died.
So I told her Mrs. Roberts would pay her in the morning, and she scooted off to her own apartment.
So as to not influence the funding of the archaeological excavations, Christie would always pay for her own board and lodging and her travel expenses, and supported excavations as an anonymous sponsor.
So if they were to be extended far enough they would seem to merge, at least as far as the eye could discern.
' So we'd come up with these shots that were really, really difficult, and sometimes they would take thirty-seven takes ".
So the amount of solar radiation that it receive is much lower than it would if it had without the Island's relief which intercepts much of the sun.
So, for example, a 224-bit ECC key would have roughly the same strength as a 112-bit symmetric key.
So if a capoeirista was captured by the police, he would be unable to identify his fellow capoeiristas, even when tortured.
So a map made in English may use the name Germany for that country, while a German map would use Deutschland and a French map Allemagne.
So The Shining would be sorted as just " Shining " or " Shining, The ".
So, due to the above mentioned, especially in the consecutive sequences of events, the Hierarchs of Alexandria were considered holding too much of power from one hand, and on the other hand, due to the conflict of the Schools of Theology, there would be an impasse and a scapegoat, i. e. Pope Dioscorus.
So rapid correction of sodium in hyponatremia would cause the extracellular fluid to be relatively hypertonic.
As he would later relate, " So I called up Bart and said, ' Bart, the film is a disaster.
So that no one would be unaware of them, they were posted on wooden tablets (-axones ), where they were preserved for almost two centuries, on steles of the shape of three-sided pyramids (-kyrbeis ).
So if food coloring is put in system A, eventually it would be of equal color to system B.
So that the minimum state would consist of four or five men ...." ( The Republic, Page 103, Penguin Classics edition.
So we ask what the genus, or general category, of the species is ; the Greeks ( but not the biologists ) would say that the genus is animal.
So we would have to drum it up on our own.
So George just told David he would not work any longer if the script was not better and he wanted the Howard script back ... he would not let his name go out over a lousy picture ... And bull-headed David said ' OK get out!

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