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So and map
So there is a one-to-one map between vectors ( thought of as tangent vectors at a point ) and derivations.
So, he drew up a new map which was entirely different in structure and names, yet on the same ground and took it to the County seat in Lexington, Missouri and recorded it as the new town of Lisbon, Missouri.
Furthermore, the elements that are actually in P are precisely those whose reflection vanishes at P. So if we think of the map, associated to any element a of A:
So he tries to act like a good person, often in situations where the map is unclear.
So it is considered important to be aware that people's beliefs about reality and their awareness of things ( the " map ") are not reality itself or everything they could be aware of (" the territory ").
" So ordinary computational descriptions do not have a cardinality of states and state space trajectories that is sufficient for them to map onto ordinary mathematical descriptions of natural systems.
So when European cartographers started to map the river in the late seventeenth century, they called it " Rivière des Iroquois " ( Iroquois River ), as shown on maps of Jean-Baptiste-Louis Franquelin in 1699, Guillaume Delisle in 1703, and Jacques-Nicolas Bellin in 1744.
So suppose p < sub > 1 </ sub >, p < sub > 2 </ sub >, p < sub > 3 </ sub > map to q < sub > 1 </ sub >, q < sub > 2 </ sub >, q < sub > 3 </ sub >; we can generate a sequence of mirrors to achieve this as follows.
In 1996, Computer Gaming World ranked it as the 83rd best game of all time, stating: " So good that a rival publisher tried to steal it, this cyberpunk game used rotoscoping, hot spot mapping, and cinematic cuts long before they were standard ," as well as the 12th most innovative computer game for pioneering of " using a dynamic, hot-spotted map as the game world travel interface.
So the map
Though the Atlas placed Star City on California's Pacific Coast, north of San Francisco, the layout used for the city map resembled the geography of metropolitan Chicago, but reversed, so that it would be on the Michigan side of Lake Michigan: So the neighborhood of " East Gary " was approximately where the real Gary, Indiana, is, but it was on the Pacific Ocean instead of Lake Michigan.

So and made
`` So it wasn't the earthquake that made him return to his village ''!!
So, while we properly inveigh against the new poisoning, history is not likely to justify the pose of righteousness which some in the West were so quick to assume when Mr. Khrushchev made his cynical and irresponsible threat.
So rules we made, in unabashed collusion.
So a quick count could be made at any time, even by an illiterate clerk, of the number of registered persons in four age-and-sex classes.
So he made a mistake.
So if you are made of atoms, you are just a big machine ; ;
So I made no mention of air transport until we could get at least some of it ''.
So I wind up in Berlin, Germany, with my wife, and we were in a cab, and the cab made a short stop, and in front of us was an Opel Commodore.
* So Much for So Little ( 1949, made for Federal Security Agency's Public Health Service )
So far, this version has not been made available in the United States.
So, Isaac unearthed them and began to dig for more wells all the way to Beersheba, where he made a pact with Abimelech, just like in the day of his father.
" So, for instance, the Welsh Medraut is made the villainous Modredus by Geoffrey, but there is no trace of such a negative character for this figure in Welsh sources until the 16th century.
So mu-metal shields are often made of several enclosures one inside the other, each of which successively reduces the field inside it.
However, materialists have historically held that everything is made of matter, but physics has shown that gravity, for example, is not made of matter in the traditional sense of "' an inert, senseless substance, in which extension, figure, and motion do actually subsist '… So it is tempting to use ' physicalism ' to distance oneself from what seems a historically important but no longer scientifically relevant thesis of materialism, and related to this, to emphasize a connection to physics and the physical sciences.
So far the DPRK, not surprisingly given Juche and UN attempts to isolate them, has made little progress in attracting foreign capital.
In the 1990s Limbaugh's books The Way Things Ought to Be ( 1992 ) and See, I Told You So ( 1993 ) made The New York Times Best Seller list.
So because of Christ, all will be made alive.
So because of Christ, all will be made alive.
So the justifying belief is: that face-like feature on Mars could only have been made by intelligent life.
So first of all he made it clear to ABC that no TV or film stars should be in The Day After.
Her novels were especially popular and included the Pulitzer Prize-winning So Big ( 1924 ), Show Boat ( 1926 ; made into the celebrated 1927 musical ), Cimarron ( 1929 ; made into the 1931 film which won the Academy Award for Best Picture ), and Giant ( 1952 ; made into the 1956 Hollywood movie ).

So and English
So, Cranmer composed in English an additional rite of congregational preparation and Communion ( based on the form of the Sarum rite for Communion of the Sick ), to be undertaken immediately following the Communion, in both kinds, of the priest.
So large numbers of Dutch traders / pirates joined their English and French brethren on the Spanish main.
So large numbers of Dutch traders / pirates joined their English and French brethren trading on the remote coasts of Hispaniola.
So, for example, the 16th-century humanist scholar Polydore Vergil famously rejected the claim that Arthur was the ruler of a post-Roman empire, found throughout the post-Galfridian medieval " chronicle tradition ", to the horror of Welsh and English antiquarians.
* The following samples presumably predate the Lord of the Rings, but they were not explicitly dated: DTS 16, DTS 17, DTS 18 – Elvish Script Sample I, II, III, with parts of the English poems Errantry and Bombadil, first published in the Silmarillion Calendar 1978, later in Pictures by J. R. R. Tolkien, as well as DTS 23 – So Lúthien, a page of the English Lay of Leithan text facsimiled in The Lays of Beleriand: 299.
So, for example, pre-Old English * mūsi " mice " shifted to * mȳsi, which eventually developed to modern mice, while the singular form * mūs lacked a following / i / and was unaffected, eventually becoming modern mouse.
So, the later-imported term became a synonym for the native English word scir () or, in Modern English, shire
So, people were eating barbecue in South Carolina even before that name had been applied to the area by the English.
So he negotiated by letter under the assumed name John Sinclair with William Cecil, Elizabeth's chief adviser, for English support.
So, while the name or spelling Shiraz may be an effect of the English language on a French name, there is no evidence that it actually originated in Australia, although it was definitely the Australian usage and the Australian wines that made the use of this name popular.
So, for example, simple English past tense is absolute, such as in
So, the English crown licensed buccaneers with letters of marque, legalizing their operations in return for a share of their profits.
" So conceived, Pierrot was easily and naturally displaced by the native English Clown when the latter found a suitably brilliant interpreter.
So too could the first major English author to write in this style, William Painter, who borrowed from, amongst others, Herodotus, Plutarch, Aulus Gellius, Claudius Aelianus, Livy, Tacitus, Giovanni Battista Giraldi, and Bandello himself.
So the Vajrayana is sometimes rendered in English as " The Adamantine Vehicle " or " The Diamond Vehicle ".
So assured, the British royal family inoculated themselves and reassured the English people that it was safe.
So many English senior Thegns and lesser noblemen died at Stamford Bridge and Hastings that it was difficult for the Anglo-Saxons to resist their new Norman lords ; there were literally no leaders with standing to rally around.
So called because of its position at the old West Gate of the town wall, the Chapel first officially opened for worship as Westgate Meeting in 1700 as English Presbytarian but soon joined by an Independent congregation.
As of 2012, he is the last horse to accomplish the feat of sweeping the English Triple Crown: since 1970 only Reference Point ( 1987 ), Nashwan ( 1989 ), Sea The Stars ( 2009 ) and Camelot ( 2012 ) have won two of the three races, but Oh So Sharp won the filly's version of the Triple Crown in 1985.
So given 28 characters of ciphertext it should be theoretically possible to work out an English plaintext and hence the key.
So many pirates used Newport as their base of operations that the London Board of Trade made an official complaint to the English government.
) So for example in the English language article on Plankton, which is available on many other wikis, the interlanguage links might look like this:

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