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So " viracopos " was first the name of the district and later of the airport.
' So I ’ ll be walking through the airport in Japan, and people will come up and say, ' Hi, Happy Boy!
* Zoe So ( 蘇怡, portrayed by Myolie Wu )-A bubbly, vivacious and naive person, she aspired to work at the airport after a medical incident on an airplane.
So, on 11 November 1981, the airport was officially inaugurated under a new name of " Malé International Airport ".

So and could
So far as he knew, only his father could be there.
So great a man could not but understand, too, that the thing that moves men to sacrifice their lives is not the error of their thought, which their opponents see and attack, but the truth which the latter do not see -- any more than they see the error which mars the truth they themselves defend.
So in these pages the term `` technology '' is used to include any and all means which could amplify, project, or augment man's control over himself and over other men.
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 somebody else could have come in, too -- then or later while she was out of the room.
So Lolotte -- or anybody -- could have listened, and that somebody could have already been supplied with the missing bottle of opium.
So it wouldn't be for days or even a week before you could do anything.
So junior's bedroom was usually tricked out with heavy, nondescript pieces that supposedly could take the `` hard knocks '', while the fine secretary was relegated to the parlor where it was for show only.
So I made no mention of air transport until we could get at least some of it ''.
So sure that money could do anything!!
So they decided to also develop their own alternative in the form of an improved floppy disk controller and printer interface that could be built right into a floppy disk enclosure.
So if they were to be extended far enough they would seem to merge, at least as far as the eye could discern.
He produced fewer records but could still turn out hits such as Perry Como's pop hit " And I Love You So ".
So, incensed by Tolkien ’ s response, he realized that he could legally publish the trilogy and did.
So tight was helium-4 binding that helium-4 production consumed nearly all of the free neutrons in a few minutes, before they could beta-decay, and also leaving few to form heavier atoms such as lithium, beryllium, or boron.
So I could see her mistaking his political skill for a lack of fervor.
So " Elohim " could refer to any number of " rulers ", such as angels, false gods ( as defined by Torah ), or even human holders of power including rulers or judges within Israel, as described in, without violating the parameters of monotheism.
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 highly regarded was the film that France, which restricted the number of theatres in which undubbed American films could play, granted it a special waiver because of its " extraordinary artistic merit ".
So while the Ace had only one text video mode, redefinition of the character shapes could provide graphics in a low resolution of 64x48, and a higher resolution mode of 256x192 graphics, limited by the 128 available ( definable ) 8x8 chars.
So, states could decide the constitutionality of laws passed by Congress.
" 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 it could have been broken, with some probability.
So OS / VS1 and SVS in principle had the same disadvantages as MFT and MVT, but the impacts were less severe because jobs could request much larger address spaces and the requests came out of a 16 MiB pool even if physical storage was smaller.

So and accommodate
So it could be shared with Apple II computers, a plastic stand was made available to accommodate the larger footprint of the monitor.
So whether you ’ re a potential junior or adult player we can accommodate players of all standards and ages who want to enjoy and gain success from the sport.
So bridge authorities decided to add a second span in order to accommodate the high traffic.
The Muslim community had been without a mosque since the mosque William Abdullah Quilliam had constructed was closed in 1908, So In 1965 the construction of the Al-Rahma mosque started, with extensions to accommodate the ever expanding community, with the main prayer hall being completed in July 1974.
So your java customers pay a performance penalty since you have to use SOAP for to accommodate you non-java clients.
So, the following rules where put in place, in order to accommodate smooth usage by all users:
So many joined the pilgrimage, in fact, that the local synagogue was unable to accommodate them.

So and larger
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 in some sense it provides a measure of how far the group is from being abelian ; the larger the commutator subgroup is, the " less abelian " the group is.
So instead, Digital used their existing line of logic modules to build a Programmable Data Processor and aimed it at a market which could not afford the larger computers.
So regional governance of any form is not governance except as purely an administrative subdivisions of the larger governmental structure.
So, when an agent satisfices, then she will choose from a larger set of actions than the agent who optimizes.
So while subsidies allow small farms to exist, large farms tend to get the larger share of the subsidies.
So the bicycle wheel has a larger moment of inertia than the baby buggy wheel.
So Long, Astoria was widely credited for introducing The Ataris to a larger mainstream audience and generating several successful singles, including " In This Diary " and " The Saddest Song.
So, while first rates and second rates were both larger and more powerful, the third-rate ships were in a real sense the optimal configuration.
So successful was Godalming, that in the early 19th century it was considerably larger than today ’ s county town of Guildford, and by 1851 the population had passed 6, 500.
So the pulse of voltage induced in the secondary at ' break ' is much larger than the pulse induced at ' close ', it is the ' break ' that generates the coil's high voltage output.
So the output waveform of an induction coil is a series of alternating positive and negative pulses, but with one polarity much larger than the other.
So for the Z80 the compiler itself had to be cross compiled from the larger CAP capability computer or an IBM 370 mainframe.
So a larger model is made to a larger scale.
So on one hand the speed of the stream remains constant, but on the other hand at larger proximity to zz the density of the stream increases and therefore its intensity is proportional to 1 / r < sup > 2 </ sup >.
So smokers may be more likely to buy insurance, or may tend to buy larger amounts, than non-smokers.
So an utterance " Man bites dog " versus " Dog bites man " is definite on one detail but in another language might appear as " Man dog bites " with a reliance on the larger context to distinguish between those two possibilities, if indeed that difference was of concern.
So, larger birds, and those with a higher wing-loading, remain vulnerable to blood feather damage for a longer period, since they are moulting almost continually.
So, for example, if a person ’ s income increases from $ 32, 000 at the beginning of their career to $ 36, 000 a decade later, whereas most other people who began their work life around the same time experienced a larger increase, that person has experienced upward absolute mobility but downward relative mobility.
So top defensive linemen, who tend to be larger and slower in real life, were faster than the typical defensive backs, running backs, and receivers.
So with the encouragement of NFL officials, the city decided to build a larger facility which could be used by the University of Tampa ’ s football team in the short term and could be expanded for use by a theoretical pro team in the future.

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