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So and closely
One written by the scribe So / Su Dan ( 素統 ) is dated 270 AD and corresponds closely with the Heshang Gong version.
So the concept of independence of the press is one closely linked with the concept of press freedom.
In it he portrays himself as a celebrity spokesman for Mega Lo Mart, although his animated form appears much younger than his current age, more closely resembling how he looked in the late 1970s, always wearing the white and red shirt from the cover of his " Feels So Good " album.
So the ancient ethical theorists tend to agree that virtue is closely bound up with happiness ( areté is bound up with eudaimonia ).
" Steven W. Beattie, in his National Post review of the novel has caught its place in Lent's oeuvre: " If So It Won ’ t Go Away is a series of distinct riffs and trills, The Path to Ardroe more closely resembles a symphony, with a number of different movements circling around a central theme.
So how closely do the Debye and Einstein models correspond to experiment?
So I had to watch that closely "
So closely did his early style resemble that of Rembrandt, that the last-named picture, and other canvases in the Leipzig and Budapest galleries and in the collection of Lord Radnor, were or are still ascribed to Rembrandt.
So the effects are more noticeable when the balls are not touching and therefore more closely follow independent collisions.
So very soon an IBM-compatible architecture became the goal, and before long all 8086-family computers closely emulated IBM hardware, and only a single version of MS-DOS for a fixed hardware platform was all that was needed for the market.
It belongs to the Mel branch of the Niger – Congo language family and is particularly closely related to the Bullom So language.

So and fact
So simple, in fact, that it might even work -- although Pamela, now, in her new frame of mind, was careful not to pretend too much assurance.
So far as I am concerned, the child is unmistakably father to the man, despite the obvious fact that child and father differ greatly -- sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worse.
So the logarithm function is in fact a group isomorphism from the group ( R < sup >+</ sup >,< big >×</ big >) to the group ( R ,< big >+</ big >).
He concluded, " So, please " Cornucopians ," let's not hear any more of the Ehrlich-Simon bet, which proves, in fact, both that man is mortal and must make short-term bets, and, more importantly, that Ehrlich's argument was right ( so far ).
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.
Although Orbison recorded and wrote standard structure songs before " Only the Lonely ", he claimed never to have learned how to write them: " I'm sure we had to study composition or something like that at school, and they'd say ' This is the way you do it ,' and that's the way I would have done it, so being blessed again with not knowing what was wrong or what was right, I went on my own way .... So the structure sometimes has the chorus at the end of the song, and sometimes there is no chorus, it just goes ... But that's always after the fact — as I'm writing, it all sounds natural and in sequence to me.
So the syntactic category for an intransitive verb is a complex formula representing the fact that the verb acts as a function word requiring an NP as an input and produces a sentence level structure as an output.
So one would doubt that, in fact, what we really are doing is imagining the creation of the tree with a mere decision.
So I said, ' There is more action going on in my hometown with my friends dealing with the fact that they can't deal with turning 30 or with commitment ' - all that became Beautiful Girls ".
So horrible a fact can hardly pleaded for favour:
So instantiating this fact with eating a sandwich, it logically follows that
So a fortiori, if is also compact, then such topologies coincide and hence we have, combined with the first fact,.
So would be created by making a copy of an existing " Vehicle " object, and then adding the drive fast method, modelling the fact that it happens to be a Porsche 911.
So much so, in fact, that today it is difficult to view the subject of Cook except through Beaglehole ’ s perspective.
So we can apply the fact of exterior algebra that there is a unique linear form on that
asula-+ piya -) does not account for the velar, it is perhaps inserted spontaneously in Greek due to the fact that the cluster-sl-was uncommon in Greek: So, * Aslāpios would become Asklāpios automatically.
By doing so, the artist triumphs over depression and discouragement in the Finale, " E. D. U. " So, like some works of Elgar ’ s contemporaries Richard Strauss and Gustav Mahler, the Enigma Variations are about the artist himself: ( almost ) all the themes of the work are in fact derived from the ‘ Elgar theme ’.
So, a lot of railroad companies would try to hide the fact that a major railroad was coming in.
So I would pull on him a bit and call his attention to the fact the highway was where he was supposed to be.
So, too, does the fact that he is older by decades than most of the other members of the youthful cast.
So the fact that the opposition creates a dynamic and exalted energy between the planets involved is not as clearly negative as for instance the square, but it can be indicative of tension, conflict or confrontation, due to the polarity between the two signs involved if not channeled constructively.
Summers then concluded his discussion of the three hypotheses by saying: So my best guess, to provoke you, of what's behind all of this is that the largest phenomenon, by far, is the general clash between people's legitimate family desires and employers ' current desire for high power and high intensity, that in the special case of science and engineering, there are issues of intrinsic aptitude, and particularly of the variability of aptitude, and that those considerations are reinforced by what are in fact lesser factors involving socialization and continuing discrimination.
So, if the plaintiff African-American children wished to attend such private schools, and were clearly qualified in all respects ( but race ) and were able to pay the fees, and were willing to attend despite the fact that the school's professed principles were inconsistent with admitting them, then the schools were required by Section 1981 to admit them.
So far as this interest affected himself, the chief profit lay in the fact that it deepened his conception of the state, and directed it to more practical ends.

So and famous
So right away Claude introduced Henri to his famous `` moon '' bench and proceeded to teach him his first Push-Pull Super-Set consisting of the wide-grip Straight-Arm Pullover ( the `` pull '' part of the Push-Pull Super-Set ) which dramatically widens the ribcage and strongly affects the muscles of the upper back and chest and the collar-to-collar Bench Press which specifically works on the chest to build those wide, Reeves-type `` gladiator '' pecs, while stimulating the upper lats and frontal deltoids.
So to capitalize on his production and make some income, he turned to graphic arts to reproduce many of his most famous paintings, including those in this series.
So you throw the tape in the back of a dark closet until your old girlfriend remembers it ’ s there because you ’ re famous now and she ’ s not.
110 of the most famous strips have been reprinted in their original size and colors in the 2005 collection Little Nemo in Slumberland, So Many Splendid Sundays ( ISBN 978-0-9768885-9-8 ), a 16x21 inch hardcover book from Sunday Press Books and its sequel the 2008 collection Little Nemo in Slumberland, Many More Splendid Sundays, Volume 2 ( ISBN 978-0976888550 ) with 110 more images.
So long as everyone was using the same tactics these weaknesses were not immediately apparent, but with the advent of the Roman legion they proved fatal in every major engagement, the most famous being the Battle of Pydna, as the Romans were able to advance through gaps in the line and easily defeat the phalangites once in close.
So the extension of " Lassie is famous " is the logical value ' true ', since Lassie ' is ' famous.
", which is subtitled " Supergroups: So much promise, so often squandered ", notes that " when well-known rockers get together in new configurations, they're guaranteed lots of attention, but these ego summits rarely bear fruit as fresh as what made these guys famous in the first place.
So in 1941 the Roosevelt administration authorized the formation of three American Volunteer Groups, of which the 1st AVG was deployed to Burma and China and became famous as the Flying Tigers.
So popular was his work that the second item of merchandise ever licensed by Playboy ( after cufflinks with the famous rabbit-head logo ) was a cocktail-napkin set, " Females by Cole ", featuring his cartoons.
So, many caffetterie acquired cultural importance ( like Caffè Greco at 84 Via Condotti, Rome ; established in 1760 ) and became famous meeting points of artists, intellectuals, politicians, etc.
So within a 13-year period Washougal would have famous travelers visit its banks from both the east and west — again in 1811 another famed explorer ( David Thompson ) would camp near the same " handsome prairie " on his famous journey to chart the entire length of the Columbia River.
So in the famous ancient city Tours,
He became especially famous for his role in the 2002 film, Nothing So Strange, in which his character makes a speech, looks up and is assassinated.
" So famous is this single structure, in fact, that the entire temple itself is often identified as the Kinkaku-ji, the Temple of the Golden Pavilion.
The most famous pair in the history of embu was Masuomi Nakano and Toshio Misaki whose embu was said to have impressed Doshin So.
So Pablo Picasso for example used the painting Noli me tangere by Antonio da Correggio, stored in the Museo del Prado, as an iconographic source for his famous painting La Vie ( Cleveland Museum of Art ) from the so-called Blue Period.
So famous did Lucullus become for his banqueting that the word lucullan now means lavish, luxurious and gourmet.
So famous, in fact, that she was a mystery guest on a 1955 episode of the sophisticated television game show, " What's My Line?
Richard Joseph also composed some theme songs featuring vocals and lyrics for games by Sensible Software most famous being Cannon Fodder ( 1993 ) with a song " War Has Never Been So Much Fun " and Sensible World of Soccer ( 1994 ) with a song " Goal Scoring Superstar Hero ".
Page had three additional Top 10 hits on Billboard magazine in 1951, starting with " Mister and Mississippi ," which peaked at No. 8, " And So to Sleep Again ", and " Detour ," which had previously been recorded and made famous by Foy Willing and Elton Britt.
A year later came the Jimmy Dorsey instrumental " So Rare ", the famous bandleader's final hit before his death.
So, Invisible Children's purpose for the video was to raise awareness by making Kony famous through the ever expanding market of social media, and to use the technology we have today to bring his crimes to light.

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