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Some of the second generation of Doonesbury characters have attended Walden, a venue Trudeau uses to advance his concerns about academic standards in America.
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Some modern historians theorize that Nero's decision to kill Agrippina was prompted by her plotting to set Gaius Rubellius Plautus ( Nero's maternal second cousin ) or Britannicus ( Claudius ' biological son ) on the throne.
Some neurons emit action potentials constantly, at rates of 10 – 100 per second, usually in irregular patterns ; other neurons are quiet most of the time, but occasionally emit a burst of action potentials.
Coldcut's second album, Some Like It Cold released in 1990, featured another collaboration with Queen Latifah on the single " Find a Way ".
Some think the name was chosen from the classic Chinese book the I Ching ; others note that the first character of his courtesy name is also the first character of the courtesy name of his brother and other male relatives on the same generation line, while the second character of his courtesy name shi ( 石 — meaning " stone ") suggests the second character of his " register name " tai ( 泰 — the famous Mount Tai of China ).
Some of the higher raw moments do exist and have a value of infinity, for example the raw second moment:
Some of the limitations of Diophantus ' notation are that he only had notation for one unknown and, when problems involved more than a single unknown, Diophantus was reduced to expressing " first unknown ", " second unknown ", etc.
Some countries ' top divisions feature highly paid star players ; in smaller countries and lower divisions, players may be part-timers with a second job, or amateurs.
Some punk fanzines from the 80s, like No Class fanzine, are experiencing a second life by placing all past content online for free and adding new content.
Some feel it also suggests that the inhabitants of Galatia at his time were using a gospel or gospels disagreeing with Paul's beliefs, which Gospel of Barnabas could be one of them ( although the Gospel of Peter would seem a more natural candidate, as in the light of the second letter.
Some of the conjugations may be disused, like the English thou-form, or have additional meanings, like the English you-form, which can also stand for second person singular or be impersonal.
Some copies are dated 1605, which may indicate a second impression ; consequently, Q2 is often dated " 1604 / 5 ".
Some western saddles will also have a second strap known as a flank or back cinch that fastens at the rear of the saddle and goes around the widest part of the horse's belly.
Remark: Some authors, especially in physics and matrix algebra, prefer to define the inner product and the sesquilinear form with linearity in the second argument rather than the first.
Some modern writers describe Justus as one of the original missionaries who arrived with Augustine in 597, but Bede believed that Justus came in the second group.
Some of Mies ' curriculum is still put in practice in the first and second year programs at IIT, including the precise drafting of brick construction details so unpopular with aspiring student architects.
Some of Baum's contacts with suffragists of his day seem to have inspired much of his second Oz story, The Marvelous Land of Oz.
Some 26 months after the Earth Return Vehicle is originally launched from Earth, a second vehicle, the " Mars Habitat Unit ", would be launched on a 6-month long low energy transfer trajectory to Mars, and would carry a crew of four astronauts ( the minimum number required so that the team can be split in two without leaving anyone alone ).
" Some authors consider this leg a second voyage, as it does not seem likely he would pass by Marseilles without refitting and refreshing the crew.
Some types of phospholipid can be split to produce products that function as second messengers in signal transduction.
Some larger skulls also show evidence of a second crest that extended long and low, toward the tip of the beak, which is not seen in smaller specimens.
Some variants of the two round system use a different rule for choosing candidates for the second round, and allow more than two candidates to proceed to the second round.
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Some cultural differences may be based on linear traditions, on teaching from one generation or “ school ” to another.
Some younger artists painted in a lighter and brighter manner than painters of the preceding generation, extending further the realism of Gustave Courbet and the Barbizon school.
Some methodologies identify three roughly chronological generations of object modeling notations: first -, second-and third generation.
Some have questioned how Baader managed to obtain a gun in the high-security prison wing specially constructed for the first generation RAF members.
Some of the amoebae become spores to begin the next generation, but some of the amoebae sacrifice themselves to become a dead stalk, lifting the spores up into the air.
Some other popular first-person shooters during the 2000s include the Medal of Honor series, with Medal of Honor: Frontline's release in 2002 bringing the first game in the series to 7th generation consoles.
Some changes, such as the abolition of segregated dining spaces, had already been instituted for some time and had been met with disapproval from the older generation.
Some strategies that have been helpful are summarization, question generation, making predictions and inferences, image making, knowledge and use of text structure, rereading, self-regulation, activation of prior knowledge, questioning the author, and using graphic organizers.
Some early experiments have shown how they can be used to build the next generation of computing devices.
Some APU designs use a combination starter / generator for APU starting and electrical power generation to reduce complexity.
Some integrated development environments, such as Microsoft Visual Studio, provide code generation assistants that automate the most repetitive tasks required for event handling.
Some writers, such as Bruce Olds, describe him as a monomaniacal zealot, others, such as Stephen B. Oates, regard him as " one of the most perceptive human beings of his generation.
Some may have descended from Atlantic Creoles, men of mixed African-Portuguese ancestry identified by the historian Ira Berlin as part of the charter generation of slaves, but most were descendants of English white women and African men in the British colonies.
Some define a familial generation as the average time between a mother's first offspring and her daughter's first offspring.
Some numerical applications, such as Monte Carlo methods and exploration of high-dimensional data spaces, require generation of uniformly distributed random orthogonal matrices.
Some interventions resulting from intergenerational research have proven successful in bridging the generation gap.
Some of them extended the blame to the entire generation of leaders and to the political system itself.