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Some and limitations
Some elements support the others, but all have limitations.
Some limitations of one element can be compensated for by a capability of another.
Some early ' skyscrapers ' were made in masonry, and demonstrated the limitations of the material – for example, the Monadnock Building in Chicago ( opened in 1896 ) is masonry and just 17 stories high ; the ground walls are almost thick, clearly building any higher would lead to excessive loss of internal floor space on the lower floors.
Some sponsoring agencies use Citizen Corps grant funds to purchase response tools and equipment for their members and team ( s ) ( subject to Stafford Act limitations ).
Some of the more notable limitations of the original GLUT library include:
Some legal experts questioned the constitutionality of the act, due in part to limitations it placed on habeas corpus.
( Some critics thought the PBS series did not sufficiently explain the limitations of DNA testing for assessment of heritage.
Some early American lawyers and judges perceived natural law as too tenuous, amorphous and evanescent a legal basis for grounding concrete rights and governmental limitations.
Some time later Teller used similar language in a letter to Paul Nitze, who was preparing a new round of strategic limitations talks, stating that " A single x-ray laser module the size of an executive desk ... could potentially shoot down the entire Soviet land-based missile force ..."
Some of the limitations of AVI in modern use relate to a lack of standardization in this metadata ( see Limitations below ).
Some cite design limitations and a lack of methodological rigor, while others assert that the quality is improving and that when suitable assessment criteria are applied, scientific evidence supports the therapeutic value of meditation.
Some cite design limitations and a lack of methodological rigor, while others assert that the quality is improving and that when suitable assessment criteria are applied, scientific evidence supports the therapeutic value of meditation.
Some copyright owners use EULAs in an effort to circumvent limitations the applicable copyright law places on their copyrights ( such as the limitations in sections 107-122 of the United States Copyright Act ), or to expand the scope of control over the work into areas for which copyright protection is denied by law ( such as attempting to charge for, regulate or prevent private performances of a work beyond a certain number of performances or beyond a certain period of time ).
Some form of Doppler radar has remained in use for night and all weather operation, although weight imposed limitations until the 1970s.
Some states argue that such limitations the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion would permit them to make conscientious objection during time of war a threat to public safety, or mass conscientious objection a disruption to public order ,... states even that it is a ' moral ' duty to serve the state in its military.
Some lower-budget recordings from the 1970s and 1980s have a " lo-fi " sound due to the limitations of the analog recording and processing techniques, which introduced unwanted artifacts such as distortion and phase problems.
Some lower-budget recordings from the 1970s and 1980s have a " lo-fi " sound despite the best efforts of the musicians and the producers, due to the limitations of the analog recording and processing techniques, which introduced unwanted artifacts such as distortion and phase problems.
Some flaws and limitations of the original town plan had become apparent by the late 1820s and 1830s.
Some designs ( e. g. the SCARA robot ) trade limitations in motion possibilities for cost, speed, and accuracy.
Some utilities, such as FSUIPC, merely provide useful tweaks for the simulator to overcome design limitations or bugs, or to allow more extensive interfacing with other third-party add-ons.
Some string configurations are mentioned below, but current production models offer any tuning within physical limitations of stringing:
Some limitations included the fact that the built-in RAM Disk couldn't be set larger than 4 MB ( even if more RAM was present ) and the firmware contained the very early System 1. x toolsets.
Some other U. S. states, too, have already adopted strict limitations on wild turtle trade.

Some and Diophantus
Some consider him to be merely reworking the ideas of others ( he was influenced by Diophantus ) but most regard him as more original, in particular for the beginnings of freeing algebra from geometry.

Some and notation
Some properties of this notation are convenient since we are dealing with linear operators and composition acts like a ring multiplication.
Some writers have attempted to defuse the issue by referring to the language as M, square brackets being the customary notation for optional syntax elements.
Some cantors can also use standard Western notation while adding non-notatable embellishment material from memory and " sliding " into the natural scales from experience.
Some computer programs ( and people ) use a variant of algebraic chess notation termed long algebraic notation or fully expanded algebraic notation.
Some books using primarily short algebraic notation use the long notation instead of the disambiguation forms described earlier.
Some practitioners of the aforementioned fields have attempted to develop methods and theories to compensate for or a culture make assumptions about conventions, including conventions of language, notation, proof and evidence.
Some transcriptions render notation of phonetic variants used in some Vedic shakhas with variant transcription ().
Some common choices for maximum degree and route length are as follows, where is the number of nodes in the DHT, using Big O notation:
Some versions of the notation explicitly mention the range of quantification.
Some sources refer to this notation as Kerberos Notation.
Some authors consider the notation used by Steiner, Neuman, & Schiller as a notable reference.
Some numbers are so large that multiple arrows of Knuth's up-arrow notation become too cumbersome ; then an n-arrow operator is useful ( and also for descriptions with a variable number of arrows ), or equivalently, hyper operators.
Some numbers are so large that even that notation is not sufficient.
Some of these composers ( Cage, Cowell, Glass, Reich ) represented a new methodology of experimental music, which began to question fundamental notions of music such as notation, performance, duration, and repetition, while others ( Babbitt, Rochberg, Sessions ) fashioned their own extensions of the twelve-tone serialism of Schoenberg.
Some variations in the notation and terminology are in use.
Some of the widely used formal metalanguages for computer languages are Backus – Naur Form ( BNF ), Extended Backus – Naur Form ( EBNF ), Wirth syntax notation ( WSN ), and Augmented Backus – Naur Form ( ABNF ).
Some who dislike Leibniz's notation may prefer to write this as
Some theorists use the term formalism as a rough synonym for formal system, but the term is also used to refer to a particular style of notation, for example, Paul Dirac's bra-ket notation.
Some locomotives are impossible to classify using Whyte notation, but UIC classification handles them easily.

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