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Some, especially depth psychologists, also study the unconscious mind.
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Some alphabets disregard tone entirely, especially when it does not carry a heavy functional load, as in Somali and many other languages of Africa and the Americas.
Some are willing to travel to the other designated areas, especially during slow periods of the day.
Some birds, especially corvids and parrots, are among the most intelligent animal species ; a number of bird species have been observed manufacturing and using tools, and many social species exhibit cultural transmission of knowledge across generations.
Some mathematicians, especially in set theory, do not consider the sets and to be part of the relation, and therefore define a binary relation as being a subset of x, that is, just the graph.
Some carbohydrates ( especially after condensation to oligo-and polysaccharides ) contain less carbon relative to H and O, which still are present in 2: 1 ( H: O ) ratio.
Some biological agents ( especially smallpox, plague, and tularemia ) have the capability of person-to-person transmission via aerosolized respiratory droplets.
Some kinds of raw beans, especially red and kidney beans, contain a harmful toxin ( lectin phytohaemagglutinin ) that must be removed by cooking.
Some constitutions, especially written constitutions, also act as limiters of state power, by establishing lines which a state's rulers cannot cross, such as fundamental rights.
Some are styled " national " banks, such as the National Bank of Ukraine ; but the term " national bank " is more often used by privately owned commercial banks, especially in the United States.
Some calves are ear tagged soon after birth, especially those that are stud cattle in order to correctly identify their dams ( mothers ), or in areas ( such as the EU ) where tagging is a legal requirement for cattle.
Some canid species have also been trapped and hunted for their fur and, especially the gray wolf and the red fox, for sport.
Some of the most elaborate columns in the ancient world were those of the Persians, especially the massive stone columns erected in Persepolis.
Some displays, especially newer LCD monitors, replace the traditional anti-glare matte finish with a glossy one.
Some players perform with the sides of one, two, or three fingers, especially for walking basslines and slow tempo ballads, because this is purported to create a stronger and more solid tone.
Some of the main topics of the field are moral responsibility, moral development, moral character ( especially as related to virtue ethics ), altruism, psychological egoism, moral luck, and moral disagreement.
Some roads, especially in the Sinai and southeastern part of the country, are off-limits to foreigners.
Some aficionados who prefer class-A amplifiers also prefer the use of thermionic valve ( or " tube ") designs instead of transistors, especially in Single-ended triode output configurations for several claimed reasons:
Some arthropods however, especially large insects with tracheal respiration, expand their new exoskeleton by swallowing or otherwise taking in air.
Some Directors, especially more established ones, take on many of the roles of a Producer, and the distinction between the two roles is sometimes blurred.
Some authors use, or Cpq, instead of, and, or Epq, instead of, especially in contexts where is used for other purposes.
Some people use oral sex as a means of preserving virginity, especially in the case of adolescent girls who fellate their boyfriends to create and maintain intimacy while preserving their virginity, avoiding pregnancy, or both.
Some people interpret the Bible, especially the New Testament, as teaching belief in, and practice of, faith healing.
Some electrics, especially those with odd-shaped bodies, have one or both strap buttons on the back of the body.
Some predictions of general relativity differ significantly from those of classical physics, especially concerning the passage of time, the geometry of space, the motion of bodies in free fall, and the propagation of light.
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Some archaeologists would extend the time depth of PIE to the middle Neolithic ( 5500 to 4500 BC ) or even the early Neolithic ( 7500 to 5500 BC ), and suggest alternative location hypotheses.
Some cooks make a distinction between the two based on the depth of the oil used, while others use the terms interchangeably.
Some take the view that even though it may not be what the composer envisioned, vibrato adds an emotional depth which improves the sound of the music.
Some nests have been known to grow to over 2 m ( 6 ft ) in diameter and about 3 m ( 10 ft ) in depth.
Some of these innovations include the invention of monofilament nylon fishing lines, the fiberglass ( later graphite composite ) fishing rod, the electric trolling motor, the fish finder / depth locator, and new artificial lures and baits made of various plastics.
Some variety developed within Lithuanian yeshivas to methods of studying Talmud and mussar, for example the contrast between breadth ( beki ' ut ) and depth ( iyyun ), or the place given to pilpul ( the type of casuistic argumentation popular from the 16th to 18th centuries ).
Some subducted slabs seem not to be able to penetrate the major discontinuity in the mantle that lies at a depth of about 670 km, whereas other subducted oceanic plates can penetrate all the way to the core-mantle boundary.
Some applications place all layers in a linear list, while others support sublayers ( i. e., layers within layers to any desired depth ).
Some dive locations even provide the opportunity to combine diving and bird watching, in particular the Pinnacles, where Guillemots can be found fishing at safety stop depth.
Some countries have therefore promoted alternative wastewater collection systems such as condominial sewerage, which uses smaller diameter pipes at lower depth with different network layouts from conventional sewerage.
( Some of the destroyer crews harassed the Soviet submarines by dropping hand grenades overboard, which did no harm to the boats but made it clear that depth charges could follow at any time.
Some excitiment arose when ground-penetrating radar investigations made in 1996 and 2000 suggested that a sizable metal item was located at 4 meters depth of the courtyard of the fort.
Some symbols describe the sea bed with information such as its depth, materials as well as possible hazards such as shipwrecks.
Some years ago it was recognized that behavioral research was limited by data, and a special data set was developed to aid research: The Baltimore Disaggregate Data Set which is the result an in depth survey, ca.
Some animals that lack binocular vision due to wide placement of the eyes employ parallax more explicitly than humans for depth cueing ( e. g. some types of birds, which bob their heads to achieve motion parallax, and squirrels, which move in lines orthogonal to an object of interest to do the same ).
Some of these interact directly with the central narratives, while others add depth to Brunner's world.
Some alleged that Kean did not have the depth of foreign policy and national security expertise needed to manage an investigation so integral to the future of American national security.
Some time later in 1880, the Law Faculty established the Circolo Giuridico or Legal Circle, where issues pertaining to law studies were examined in depth through seminars and lectures
Some of this difficulty in resolving the Afro-Asiatic family tree flows from the time depth of these languages.
Some people choose contact lenses to correct one eye for near and one eye for far with a method called monovision, which can interfere with depth perception due to loss of focusing ability in the other eye.