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So, he simply turns pale and silent when he learns of Lancelot's affair with Guinevere in the Mort Artu, whilst in Chrétien de Troyes's Yvain, the Knight of the Lion he is unable to stay awake after a feast and has to retire for a nap.
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So in the example above, the has simply been replaced by < code >< nowiki > http :// usemod. com / cgi-bin / mb. pl ?</ nowiki ></ code > in creating the target of the HTML rendered link.
So if a page fault occurs, the OS can load the page from disk and then simply re-execute the faulted instruction.
So, in these cases, the lethal concentration may be given simply as LC < sub > 50 </ sub > and qualified by a duration of exposure ( e. g., 10 minutes ).
" This put the Academy in an awkward position, as they felt the paper to be “ inadequate and trivial ,” but they did not want to “ treat her as a professional colleague, as they would any man, by simply rejecting the work .” So Augustin-Louis Cauchy, who had been appointed to review her work, recommended she publish it, and she followed his advice.
So if two sine wave signals are applied to a linear device, the output is simply the sum of the outputs when the two signals are applied separately, with no product terms.
So, we see that the TOI input power level is simply 4 / 3 times the ratio of the gain and the cubic distortion term in the device transfer function.
So, in your discussions of the nuclear freeze proposals, I urge you to beware the temptation of pride, the temptation of blithely declaring yourselves above it all and label both sides equally at fault, to ignore the facts of history and the aggressive impulses of an evil empire, to simply call the arms race a giant misunderstanding and thereby remove yourself from the struggle between right and wrong and good and evil.
So, in this common case, the Miller indices ( ℓmn ) and both simply denote normals / directions in Cartesian coordinates.
::: So I ’ m not going to throw away my short allotment of life on a futile, silly hope, searching for something there simply cannot be, a completely blameless man — not among us mortals who must win our bread from the broad earth.
So if only the host-plant is present, the insects will quasi-systematically find it by simply landing on the only green thing around.
So the town voted to simply close the church, and it stationed a constable at the door to bar the offending reverend.
So God actively chooses whom to condemn, but because He knows they will have a sinful nature, the way He foreordains them is to simply let them be ( He doesn't need to do anything )-this is sometimes called " preterition.
So, the Russian line was moved back from this position, but the Redoubt remained manned, Kutuzov stating that the fortification was manned simply to delay the advance of the French forces.
So for all intents and purposes, the cage will generate the same DC electric field that it would generate if it was simply affected by the charge placed inside.
So many were produced that after 1945 the government did not order any new pistols, and simply used existing parts inventories to " arsenal refinish " guns when necessary.
So here is a dilemma which others have suffered before us, and for which as far as I can see there is simply no escape.
So in this instance Einstein was simply wrong, although he did sharply identify implications of the formalism of quantum mechanics that had been previously overlooked.
So when the book appeared the book stated, ‘ Ray Johnson is a poet ,’ but I never said, ' this is a poem ,' I simply wrote what I wrote and it later became classified.
So that it would seem as though the town of Monroe started out as simply being called Cheescocks or the Cheesecocks Patent area, which remained largely wild prior to the Revolution.
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So a factory with two inventory turns has six months stock on hand, which is generally not a good figure ( depending upon the industry ), whereas a factory that moves from six turns to twelve turns has probably improved effectiveness by 100 %.
Prince Chawmin ' keeps frantically kissing So White ( his efforts underscored by a solo from Eddie Beale's trumpet player ), and the efforts literally take the life out of him as he first turns blue in the face, before turning into a withered old, pale-faced man, shrugging his shoulders in defeat.
So she finds her, and the meeting turns out to be something of an anti-climax, as she is so preoccupied with raising the money to help Hans that she forgets to ask about the identity of her real father.
So you often will not see any Hawthorne effect — only when it turns out that with the attention came either usable feedback or a change in motivation.
So far the road has been running roughly north but here it turns east for the 60-mile descent to the North Sea at Aberdeen.
So if it turns out that the case was made of plastic with 2, 300 ppm ( 0. 23 %) PBB used as a flame retardant, then the entire radio would fail the requirements of the directive.
So, Goldman would argue, evidentialism, on which the justification of a belief always turns completely on the issue of the belief's evidential support, is false.
Usually the level at which water vapor changes into liquid marks the base of the cloud in the atmosphere hence called condensation level. So the temperature value that allow this process ( Condensation ) to take place is called the ' dew point temperature '. A simplified definition is the temperature at which the water wapour turns into " dew "( Chamunoda Zambuko 2012 ).
So laden is the film with the innumerable coincidences of Basquiat and Schnabel's enthusiasms ( among others, for pajamas and surfing ) that the movie should be more appropriately called My Basquiat … To a remarkable degree, the movie succeeds, by dint of its authorial slant, in popularizing the myth of Basquiat as a young, gorgeous, doomed, yet ultimately transcendent black male artist, even as it extends and reinflates the myth of Schnabel as a protean, Picassoid white male painter … Yet for all one's apprehension about the very idea of Schnabel making such a film, Basquiat turns out to be a surprisingly good movie … It is also an art work.
# So we've reached a contradiction: although we assumed that m and n cannot both be even, it now turns out they both are.
So many were the twists and turns in the leadership in France, and so complex were events in Saint-Domingue, that various classes and parties changed their alignments many times.
The job turns out to be a George O ' Hanlon comedy ( the clapboard identifies it as So You Want to Hold Your Wife ), and Joe takes a pie in the face from Jane Harker!
So You Want to Know Your Relatives turns into a wicked satire of This Is Your Life, with Joe as the reluctant recipient.
So, if on the right lead while taking a right turn, the right hind will be positioned more under the body, and the right foreleg more in front of the body, to act as a stabilizer as the horse turns.
So much so that it turns out not to be the simplest way to live among humans in the long run, even if it is accepted by small groups ( say a whole family ) in the short run.
So if the player has a cost of 0 and an enemy has the cost of 1, the player will go first, regardless of the amount of turns he / she has had ( unless a condition or card effect states otherwise.
So if it turns out they want to do a song for five minutes longer, they can actually loop through the material again so that you're not suddenly stuck with black screens halfway through the fifth verse.