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So and called
So, for that matter, are the newer dances -- the `` Kalmuk Dance '' with its animal movements, that genial juggling act by Sergei Tsvetkov called `` The Platter '', the rousing and beautiful betrothal celebration called `` Summer '', `` The Three Shepherds '' of Azerbaijan hopping up on their staffs, and, of course, the trenchant `` Rock 'n' Roll ''.
So they called it the Aster CT-80 ( CP / M / Tandy-1980 ).
There was also a special coffee table book called The History of The Beano: The Story So Far, published by Waverly Books.
As he would later relate, " So I called up Bart and said, ' Bart, the film is a disaster.
So experiments with electrons add confirmatory evidence to the view of Dirac that electrons, protons, neutrons, and even larger entities that are ordinarily called particles nevertheless have their own wave nature and even their own specific frequencies.
So too a tangle in the hair was called an elf-lock, as being caused by the mischief of the elves ( or especially by Queen Mab ), and sudden paralysis was sometimes attributed to elf-stroke.
So long as an insurer maintains adequate funds set aside for anticipated losses ( called reserves ), the remaining margin is an insurer's profit.
So that his philosophy could be solely grounded in itself, he assumed nothing without his Fichtean deductions from first principles, and elaborated what he called a Wissenschaftslehre.
So called from the Dominican convent where they originally met, in the Rue Saint-Jacques ( Latin: Jacobus ) in Paris.
So, Elton John may be called Sir Elton or Sir Elton John, but never Sir John.
So was fulfilled what was said through the prophets: " He will be called a Nazarene.
So any interaction between an isolated wavefunction and the external world that results in this wavefunction collapse is called an observation or measurement, whether or not it is part of a deliberate observation process.
So called Cool roofs are becoming increasingly popular, and in some cases are mandated by local codes.
So the mission of St. Stephen was to grant a norm to Hungary through the Holy Crown ( also called the Doctrine of the Holy Crown ).
So far, the quest for a theory of everything is thus unsuccessful on two points: neither a unification of the strong and electroweak forces – which Laplace would have called ` contact forces ' – has been achieved, nor a unification of these forces with gravitation has been achieved.
So called " slow start " occurs in the beginning of a file transfer, and after packet drops caused by router congestion or bit errors in for example wireless links.
So tape drives were typically designed for so called start-stop operation.
Jesperson called Westerberg the next day, asking " So do you want to do a single or an album ?".
Bride's Magazine began to be published in 1934 as a newspaper advertising insert called So You're Going to Get Married!
So Intel created a slightly modified version of Protected mode, called Enhanced mode which enables the usage of SSE instructions, whereas they stay disabled in regular Protected mode.
So the guests were given a sweet bread baked by a mere kitchen boy, called Toni, which won general praise.
So for instance he was called rex sive dux (" King or Duke ") by one source ; Pope John XXII, in a letter to the King of France, refers to Gediminas as " the one who calls himself rex ".
So, why is the T1 Superframe framing format commonly called D4 Framing?
So he called me Duke.

So and policy
So " a decision is made and enforced by military means " could be anything done by the administration or bureaucracy as a normal part of its foreign policy.
So he would rather ignore the discontent and anger among Chinese people at his policy of compromise with the Japanese, and ordered KMT Generals Zhang Xueliang and Yang Hucheng to carry out suppression of the CPC and their provincial forces suffered significant casualties in battles with the Red Army. ref "
So the lower territorial administrative bodies have on the one hand a relative autonomy — but on the other hand they must work within the national legal framework, loyally implement national government policy and are subject to central control.
So he succeeded, through clever marriage policy, to bring former imperial properties back under the control of the emperor.
So he would rather ignore the discontent and anger within the Chinese people at his policy of compromise with the Japanese, and urged Zhang and Yang to carry out suppression efficiently.
So when I was talking about their problems I was a very sincere candidate, but when they would ask me questions that had to do with foreign policy or national policy, obviously I was pretty far to the left of the mainstream up there.
So vigorously did she enter into this policy that, when the French forces advanced to the Pyrenees, she placed herself at the head of one division of the Spanish army.
So, the government turned to a policy of force feeding hunger-strikers by nasogastric tube.
So while some find this argument coherent as an explanation for the rise of Rome it is, for many, not nearly as effective as a rationale for modern policy or strategy.
So far as the Jewish population of Palestine are concerned it appears that some among them are apprehensive that His Majesty's Government may depart from the policy embodied in the Declaration of 1917.
So long as the employer complies with the new rules ( adopted in 2006 and characterized as the " COLI Best Practices Act "), however, the tax-free nature of the death benefits and the tax deferral on earnings credited to policy value remain.
' So the supply-side formula was the only way to get a tax policy that was really ' trickle down.
So using the abbreviation BRD ( FRG ) perfectly fitted in the official East German policy to silence about Germany.
So just because there are no robberies under the current policy does not mean this should be expected to continue under all possible policies.
Rumours in the French press over the winter of 1938 – 39 that France was seeking the end of the eastern alliances generated concerns both in the Chamber of Deputies and in the press, leading Bonnet to state in a speech to the Chamber on 26 January 1939: " So, gentlemen, let us dispose of the legend that our policy has destroyed the engagements that we have contracted in Eastern Europe with the USSR and with Poland.
So if the insurance company issues a policy for $ 100, 000, they would keep all of the premiums and losses from that policy.
So if lawmakers want to have expansionary fiscal policy during recessions, they need to pay for it by saving up during good economic times.
So, if the LM curve is horizontal, monetary policy has no impact on the equilibrium of the economy and the fiscal policy has a maximal effect.
So pervasive were policy terminations that the company's insurance in force on July 1, 1932 was less than it had been at the beginning of the year.

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