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So Ritschl expected the case to be hopeless, ' although in the present instance ,' he wrote, ' I should stake my whole philological and academic reputation that the matter would work out happily.
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So and expected
So successful has been this program, worked out by white and Negro civic leaders, that further extensions are expected in the next few months.
So, all in all, the infield can't be expected to supply the added improvement to propel the Birds from second to first.
In fact, if we consider files of length N, if all files were equally probable, then for any lossless compression that reduces the size of some file, the expected length of a compressed file ( averaged over all possible files of length N ) must necessarily be greater than N. So if we know nothing about the properties of the data we are compressing, we might as well not compress it at all.
So, logically, cabinet ministers who disagree with major decisions are expected to resign as, to take a recent example, Robin Cook did over the decision to attack Iraq in 2003.
An alternative title is So Shall We Reap: how everyone who is liable to be born in the next ten thousand years could eat very well indeed ; and why, in practice, our immediate descendants are likely to be in serious trouble, on the future of agriculture, in which he challenges the current science and technology paradigm and outlines a sustainable way of feeding the population of the world, expected to stabilise at ten billion people by the middle of the 21st Century.
So if legislation specifically criminalizes an omission through statute ; or a duty that would normally be expected was omitted and caused injury, an actus reus has occurred.
So it was originally expected that national monuments would be proclaimed to protect prehistoric cultural features or antiquities and that they would be small.
So there was considerable pressure to squeeze a scientific result from weak and noisy data, which was accomplished by heavy post-processing of the results, utilizing the expected value to tell where to look.
So much so that when another small split group that developed a year later expected to be able to fuse with l ' Union Ouvrière, it found it had already disappeared and were forced to form their own organisation as a consequence.
So long as these enhancements remain within a perceived norm of human behavior, a negative reaction is unlikely, but once individuals supplant normal human variety, revulsion can be expected.
So for the inertial at-rest observer, coordinate time and proper time are once again found to pass at the same rate, as expected and required for the internal self-consistency of relativity theory.
So just because there are no robberies under the current policy does not mean this should be expected to continue under all possible policies.
So she moved to Paris to study art at L ' Ecole du Louve Once graduated from the art school, she chose not to become an artist like people had expected her to become.
Though he had been a relatively popular mayor, So was widely expected to be defeated at the 2004 election.
So far, the three men are seriously to blame, and their neglect has been the immediate cause of the accident, but men of that class cannot be expected to do their duties well if the railway companies do not give them the most convenient and best appliances, and do not look after them strictly and enforce their own regulations
So for example, if the population be on the order of tens of billions, so that k = 10, and we observe n = 10 results without success, then the expected proportion in the population is approximately 0. 43 %.
So while TTC-35 committed to construct $ 8 billion in infrastructure Cintra-Zachry expected to collect $ 114 billion in toll revenues as shown in the preliminary plan.
So the situation in the field can be significantly different from what would be expected based on the sea level, pumping scheme etc.
So all an IC need do is store the expected CRC signature and test for it after a large enough sample set from the PRNG.
So far, the route had been level, but to go any further would have needed locks or inclined planes, and the expected costs of their construction did not inspire the company to proceed with them.
So and case
So British subjects voluntarily naturalized in a foreign state are deemed aliens from the time of such naturalization, unless, in the case of persons naturalized before the passing of the act, they have declared their desire to remain British subjects within two years from the passing of the act.
So in the second case cited above, it is likely that two different versions are being conflated: one version with an embassy of three people, another with just two people.
This occurs in the context of Irenaeus ' work On the Detection and Overthrow of Knowledge Falsely So Called, ( Greek: elenchos kai anatrope tes pseudonymou gnoseos genitive case, ἔλεγχος καὶ ἀνατροπὴ τῆς ψευδωνύμου γνώσεως ) where the term " knowledge falsely so-called " ( nominative case pseudonymos gnosis ) covers various groups, not just Valentinus, and is a quotation of the apostle Paul's warning against " knowledge falsely so-called " in 1 Timothy 6: 20.
So beginning at the left and moving to the right, find the first ( and in this case, the only ) parenthesis, that is, ( 2 + 2 < sup > 2 </ sup >).
So, in any case there is a truth that God does not and cannot know, for knowledge implies true belief.
So, rather than accept a guaranteed conviction, the case went to trial, at a cost of over $ 1 million, and high emotional cost to the van Dam family.
So although intricate combinations of pitches sounding simultaneously do occur in Indian classical music, they are rarely studied as teleological harmonic or contrapuntal progressions, which is the case with notated Western music.
So, formally, a language L is NP-hard if ∀ L < sup >'</ sup > ∈ NP, L < sup >'</ sup > ≤ L. If it is also the case that L is in NP, then L is called NP-complete.
So while his contemporaries went off to Oxford ( or, in Booker's case, Cambridge ), Rushton had to do his two years of National Service in the army.
Moreover Bacchylides's line " So now for me too countless paths extend in all directions " has a close resemblance to lines in one of Pindar's Isthmian Odes ( 1. 1 – 2 ), " A thousand ways ... open on every side widespread before me " but, as the date of Pindar's Isthmian Ode is uncertain, it is not clear in this case who was imitating whom.
So, in this common case, the Miller indices ( ℓmn ) and both simply denote normals / directions in Cartesian coordinates.
So in this case, the Internet Telephony Service Provider ( ITSP ) knows that a particular user is online, and can relate a specific telephone number to the user.
So in this case, the compiler cannot optimize division by two by replacing it by a bit shift, when the dividend could possibly be negative.
So, if one of these ( like eccentricity ) always dominates the other ( as is the case on Mars ), we get a teardrop.
So in the case that the time is short, it is better to talk about the rate of change of the probability instead of the absolute change in the probability.
So, for example, in the criminal law case of R v. Rimmington ( 2005 ) UKHL 63 Lord Bingham said " Where Parliament has defined the ingredients of an offence.
So in the second stage we may ascend to the knowledge of God, per imaginem, by reason, or in imagination, by the pure understanding ( intellectus ); in the one case the triple division — memory, understanding and will ,— in the other the Christian virtues — faith, hope and charity ,— leading again to the conception of a Trinity of divine qualities — eternity, truth and goodness.
So rather than coordinating electoral strategies, as in the case of the parties within the Pan-Blue coalition, the presence of the TSU keeps the DPP from moving too far away from its Taiwan independence roots.
In 2011 Peter Graham published So Brilliantly Clever: Parker, Hulme & The Murder that Shocked the World about the case.