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So long as an insurer maintains adequate funds set aside for anticipated losses ( called reserves ), the remaining margin is an insurer's profit.
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So long as Sally's pa was coming out best on the haggle, Dan didn't feel the need of putting in his two-bits' worth.
So in May 1893 a new regulation to all chiefs of police, stated that the police should not intervene, if the two last fields in the flag were longer than 6 / 4 as long as these did not exceed 7 / 4, and provided that this was the only rule violated.
So long as Ambrose continued at Preston he was favoured with the warm friendship of the Hoghton family, their ancestral woods and the tower near Blackburn affording him sequestered places for those devout meditations and " experiences " that give such a charm to his diary, portions of which are quoted in his Prima Media and Ultima ( 1650, 1659 ).
So long as Ahaz reigned, the kingdom of Judah was unmolested by the Assyrian power ; but on his accession to the throne, Hezekiah, who was encouraged to rebel " against the king of Assyria " (), entered into an alliance with the king of Egypt ().
" So as long as wages rose, and they did, hours fell, and they did, security increased, and it appeared to, the AFL could grow fat while neglecting millions of labourers doomed to lives of misery and want.
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 long as long enough sequences can be stored it is possible to store an access number, pause, PIN, and ultimate telephone number in a single normal phone memory location.
" So God said to him, ' Since you have asked for this and not for long life or wealth for yourself, nor have asked for the death of your enemies but for discernment in administering justice, I will do what you have asked ...'" ( 1 Kings 3: 11-12 ) The Hebrew Bible also states that: " The whole world sought audience with Solomon to hear the wisdom God had put in his heart.
So closely in fact, that the famous painting of the middle-aged King Philip II was long attributed to Coello or Juan Pantoja de la Cruz.
So, for instance, a tax on wages in a town will ( at least in the long run ) affect property-owners in that area.
So long as the tap runs water ( analogous to the emission of carbon dioxide ) into the tub faster than water escapes through the plughole ( the natural removal of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere ), then the level of water in the tub ( analogous to the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere ) will continue to rise.
So long as the velocity of the ramjet engine exhaust jet is greater than the electric field-induced velocity of the incoming scooped ions there can be a net force in the direction of the ramjet's flight that will accelerate the spacecraft.
So and maintains
So initially the whole function just gets rescaled, and it maintains the property that its time derivative is proportional to itself, so for all times t,
So that we do not know our rights it maintains us in the ignorance ; and so that we do not learn to exert it, it keeps us away from the administration of the public thing.
So many people have tried to reproduce it that the company maintains on its grounds in Fécamp a " Hall of Counterfeits " ( Salle des Contrefaçons ) The bottle and label have been imitated, as has the name Bénédictine.
So and adequate
* So far from their supply lines, Gates ' forces were weakened by lack of adequate food and fresh water, many of them falling victim to dysentery.
So when the surrounding temperature is higher than the skin temperature, anything that prevents adequate evaporation will cause the internal body temperature to rise.
" So, if the verification theory can be accepted as an adequate account of statement synonymy, the notion of analyticity is saved after all.
So, in 1790 Thomas Saint had invented a machine with an overhanging arm, a feed mechanism ( adequate for the short lengths of leather he intended it for ), a vertical needle bar and a looper.
So, essentially the person would have an actionable cause-the constitutional violation-with no adequate remedy.
So interpreted, moral reasons apply only when there exists an adequate enforcement system that makes acting against those reasons unprofitable.
So and funds
So instead of Amiga delivering the chipset, Commodore delivered a check of $ 500, 000 to Atari on Amiga's behalf, in effect returning the funds invested into Amiga for completion of the Lorraine chipset.
So if a stock drops irrationally, the closed-end fund may snap up a bargain, while open-ended funds might sell too early.
So long as the LLC and the members do not commingle funds, it would be difficult to pierce its veil.
So and set
So when textbooks, like that of Baker set out drawings of the ' Ptolemaic System ', complete with earth in the center and the seven heavenly bodies epicyclically arranged on their several deferents, we have nothing but a misleading 20th-century idea of what never existed historically.
So this proxy situation has set up at least a partial barrier between the medium's ESP and the absent sitter's mind.
So Mel Chandler set out to sell him on the spirit of Garryowen, just as he himself had been sold a short time before.
So, is a set of linearly independent vectors in the column space of and, hence, the dimension of the column space of ( i. e. the column rank of ) must be at least as big as.
So, for example, the completeness and comprehensiveness of the underlying set of concepts is a critical factor in judging the validity and usefulness of a coherent system.
So the extension of the word " dog " is the set of all ( past, present and future ) dogs in the world: the set includes Fido, Rover, Lassie, Rex, and so on.
So the extension of " before " is the set of all ( ordered ) pairs of objects such that the first one is before the second one.
' So I went on the set ... The day after I went back to see my mum and told her that I was going to make films and stop school and ' bye.
The British author Rudyard Kipling popularized the Limpopo in his short story " The Elephant's Child ", in the Just So Stories, in which he described " the great grey-green, greasy Limpopo River, all set about with fever-trees ," where the " Bi-Coloured Python Rock-Snake " dwells.
So uncustomary was the French Aesthetic viewpoint that, when Pierrot made an appearance in an eponymous pantomime ( 1893 ) by Alfred Thompson, set to music by the American composer Laura Sedgwick Collins, The New York Times covered it as an event, even though it was only a student production.
So in 1983, he set up a spinoff company, ETA Systems, whose design goal was a machine processing data at 10 GFLOPs, about 40 times the speed of the Cray-1.
So, when an agent satisfices, then she will choose from a larger set of actions than the agent who optimizes.
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 just to divert his attention he told him to set his own house in order first, because his sister and her husband had converted to Islam.
Never So Good is a four-act play by Howard Brenton, a portrait of Harold Macmillan set against a back-drop of fading Empire, two world wars, the Suez crisis, adultery and Tory politics at the Ritz.
So, in special relativity there can be no physical basis for picking out a unique set of events that are all happening simultaneously in " the present ".
So, for instance, many books may be set in conflicting fictional versions of Victorian London, but all the stories of Sherlock Holmes are set in the same Victorian London.