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So typically, one refers to an individual's genotype with regard to a particular gene of interest and, in polyploid individuals, it refers to what combination of alleles the individual carries ( see homozygous, heterozygous ).
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So far, interrogation of neutral atom based optical standards has been carried out primarily in free space, unavoidably including atomic motional effects that typically limit the overall system accuracy.
Since 2003, Disney Channel has typically imposed an unwritten " 6-to-a-cast " rule as its original series generally have a maximum of six contract cast members, with So Weird being the last series before 2003 to have more than six actors appearing as series regulars ( since then however, Shake It Up had become the first series to feature seven contract cast members in season two ).
So the memory controllers would include temperature sensors ( typically a thermistor ) to adjust the current levels correctly for temperature changes.
So, for example, advocates of double effect typically consider the intentional terror bombing of non-combatants having as its goal victory in a legitimate war morally out of bounds, while holding as ethically in bounds an act of strategic bombing that similarly harms non-combatants with foresight but without intent as a side effect of destroying a legitimate military target.
So far, clinical data has proved that the vaccine is effective for over 10 years in preventing varicella infection in healthy individuals and when breakthrough infections do occur, illness is typically mild.
The " Dopey " dwarf then saunters over to So White, and, to the tune of " You're in the Army Now ," lays a kiss on the girl so dynamic that not only does So White wake up, but her eyes become large as saucers and her pigtails fly straight up into the air ( depicted in Rod Scribner's typically extreme animation style ) as she jumps into the air.
So in higher color depths, the color value typically directly encodes relative brightnesses of red, green, and blue to specify a color in the RGB color model.
So, StuffIt-compressed files save the resource forks of the Macintosh files inside them, and typically have the extension < tt >. sit </ tt >.
So typically the method is used in combination with some other methods which allows to find approximate eigenvalues: the standard example is the bisection eigenvalue algorithm, another example is the Rayleigh quotient iteration which is actually the same inverse iteration with the choice of the approximate eigenvalue as the Rayleigh quotient corresponding to the vector obtained on the previous step of the iteration.
So the cork oak, a typically acidophilus Mediterranean species, and which is widely distributed in Portugal and in southern-half of Galicia.
) So pulse-based UWB SAR is typically used in applications requiring average power levels in the microwatt or milliwatt range, and thus is used for scanning smaller, nearer target areas ( several tens of meters ), or in cases where lengthy integration ( over a span of minutes ) of the received signal is possible.
So, when Maria Rose Aguon marries Jose Lujan Castro, her name becomes Maria Rose Aguon Castro and their children will typically be Aguon Castro.
So as not to freeze a soldier ’ s face in the often frigid temperatures of Finland, there is a thin plastic sleeve over the tube section of the stock that typically contacts the shooter's face.
So in the Euclidean context, jets are typically identified with their polynomial representatives under this isomorphism.
So named because their shape resembles that of a Zeppelin airship, cepelinai are typically around 10 – 20 cm long, although the size depends on where they are made: in the western counties of Lithuania cepelinai are made bigger than in the east.
" So typically when it comes to black characters, either you have to be a successful, smart business person, or you're hip, but you're never both ," said Hudlin.
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So the Commission's announcements of the new Soviet shots have been confined to one or two bleak sentences, with the fission yield usually left vague.
So far these remarks, like most criticisms of Hardy, have tacitly assumed that his poetry is all of a piece, one solid mass of verse expressing a sensibility at a single stage of development.
So we may conceive the coexistence of the infinite number of universal, apparently momentary states of matter, successive one after another in consciousness, but permanent each on its own basic phase of the progressive frequencies.
So in closing, fellow retired members, I advise you to make the most of each day, enjoy each one to the n'th degree.
So, after the sitting has been held, several readings at one time are mailed, and the distant sitter ( whose name or whose communicator's name was given to the medium ) must mark each little item as Correct ( Hit ), Incorrect ( Miss ), Doubtful, or Especially Significant ( applying to him and, he feels, not to anyone else ).
So many Cubans were reported being swept into the Castro dragnet that the massive Sports Palace auditorium and at least one hotel were converted into makeshift jails.
So the Kirov will fly back to Russia, minus a Chicago engagement, a serious loss for dance fans -- and for the frustrated bookers, cancellation of one of the richest bookings in the country.
So in these pages one can share his wonder at the traditional fiesta of St. Torpetius that still persists in St. Tropez ; ;
So one has to introduce the charge conjugate antiparticle field, with its own creation and annihilation operators satisfying the relations
So many Englishmen and Gascons came to that part, that perforce they opened the king's battle, so that the Frenchmen were so mingled among their enemies that sometime there was five men upon one gentleman.
" So, to be born again means to be saved because in order to be saved one has to confess Jesus is Lord with one's mouth and believe it in one's heart.
So, Bogotá became one of the principal administrative centers of the Spanish possessions in the New World, along with Lima and Mexico City, though it remained somewhat backward compared to those two cities in several economic and logistical ways.
So in the second case cited above, it is likely that two different versions are being conflated: one version with an embassy of three people, another with just two people.
So by reducing the number of tracks used and thus capacity, it was possible to further reduce cost-in contrast to Double Density drives used e. g. in IBM PC computers of the day which saved 180 kB on one side ( by using a 40 tracks format ).
In those passages he reemphasized the concept by adding a divine postscript to the Genesis passage these words: " So, they are no longer two, but one " ( NIV ).
So to classify these groups one takes every central extension of every known finite simple group, and finds all simple groups with a centralizer of involution with this as a component.
So, due to the above mentioned, especially in the consecutive sequences of events, the Hierarchs of Alexandria were considered holding too much of power from one hand, and on the other hand, due to the conflict of the Schools of Theology, there would be an impasse and a scapegoat, i. e. Pope Dioscorus.
So that no one would be unaware of them, they were posted on wooden tablets (-axones ), where they were preserved for almost two centuries, on steles of the shape of three-sided pyramids (-kyrbeis ).
As one article put it: " So why do we agree to a system in which we're dependent on a foreign country's whim before we can prosecute a criminal inside our own borders?
So I'm not surprised, but I was flattered and honored to be considered one of his friends and a cohort in Monkee business.