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Some users familiar with character interrupt-driven terminal interfaces ( such as UNIX ) find this technique unusual.
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Some frequent users of this ability included wedding videographers, TV stations and their weather forecasting divisions ( for weather graphics and radar ), advertising channels, music video production, and ' desktop video '.
Some sources derive the name of the weapon from the name of its first users — bernarda troopers called " carabiniers ", from the French carabine, from the Old French carabin ( soldier armed with a musket ), perhaps from escarrabin, gravedigger, perhaps from scarabee, scarab beetle.
Some systems also include a hidden flag to make certain files invisible ; this flag is used by the computer system to hide essential system files that users should not alter.
Some users report intense erotic imagery and sensations and utilize the drug in a ritual sexual context.
Some users believe that a compromise term encompassing both aspects is ideal, to promote both the user's freedom with the software and also to promote the perceived superiority of an open source development model.
Some shock sites display a single picture, animation, video clip or a small gallery, and are often passed around via e-mail or disguised in posts to discussion sites as a hoax in an attempt to trick users into following the link to the website ( a bait and switch ).
Some users prefer " C " style presses over " O " presses, as there is more room to place bullets into cartridge mouths on " C " presses.
Some users may find that wearing the pump all the time ( together with the infusion set tubing ) is uncomfortable or unwieldy.
Some users still use the old network on the unauthorized versions of Kazaa, either Kazaa Lite or Kazaa Resurrection, which is still a self-sustaining network where thousands of users still share unrestricted content.
Some macro systems are self-contained programs, but others are built into complex applications ( for example word processors ) to allow users to repeat sequences of commands easily, or to allow developers to tailor the application to local needs.
Some users feel that Flash enriches their web experience, while others find the extensive use of Flash animation, particularly in advertising, intrusive and annoying.
Some project members and users have requested more advanced formats, believing them to be much easier to read.
Some users find that data input is quicker on their computer than on their PDA, since text input via a touchscreen or small-scale keyboard is slower than a full-size keyboard.
Some of the more stringent policy enforcement measures can pose a risk of alienating users, possibly decreasing security as a result.
Some take this concept further by creating E-feds ( electronic federations ), where a user can create their own fictional wrestling character, and roleplaying storylines with other users, leading to scheduled " shows " where match results are determined by the organizers, usually based on a combination of the characters ' statistics and the players ' roleplaying aptitude, sometimes with audience voting.
Some users also take advantage of a low voltage failure mode, wherein patterns that are programmed in memory get completely scrambled if the batteries are removed for a time.
Some users may be prioritized in a weighted fair queuing ( WFQ ) algorithm if differentiated or guaranteed quality of service ( QoS ) is provided.
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Some such stories are exaggerations of actual events ; others are completely fictional tales set in a familiar setting, such as the American Old West, or the beginning of the Industrial Revolution.
Some prefer the Wade-based Taoism because it is more familiar than Daoism and because the borrowing is a fully assimilated English word anyway ; such words are generally unaffected by later systems of romanization.
Some forms rather more familiar to Modern Japanese speakers begin to appear – the continuative ending-te begins to reduce onto the verb ( e. g. yonde for earlier yomite ), the-k-in the final syllable of adjectives drops out ( shiroi for earlier shiroki ); and some forms exist where modern standard Japanese has retained the earlier form ( e. g. hayaku > hayau > hayɔɔ, where modern Japanese just has hayaku, though the alternative form is preserved in the standard greeting o-hayō gozaimasu " good morning "; this ending is also seen in o-medetō " congratulations ", from medetaku ).
Some restaurants might use the suffix-zen ( 膳 ) as a classier though dated synonym to the more familiar, since the latter basically is a term for a combo meal served at a, akin to a diner .. Teishoku means a meal of fixed menu, a dinner à prix fixe served at or, which is somewhat vague ( shokudō can mean a diner type restaurant or a corporate lunch hall ); but e. g. defines it as fare served at, etc., a diner-like establishment.
Some scholars have theorized that Smith became familiar with the name " Moroni " through his study of the treasure-hunting stories of Captain William Kidd.
Some Muslim scholars assert that this prohibition actually addresses only the abuse of alcohol, but they do not have sufficient numbers or authority to override the familiar total prohibition.
Some Romance languages have familiar forms derived from the Latin singular tu and respectful forms derived from Latin plural vos, sometimes via a circuitous route.
( Some authorities use the name Aphaniptera because it is older, but names above family rank need not follow the ICZN rules of priority, so most taxonomists use the more familiar name ).
Some shows originated as stage productions: Clifford Goldsmith's play What a Life was reworked into NBC's popular, long-running The Aldrich Family ( 1939 – 1953 ) with the familiar catchphrases " Henry!
Some writers who used the title did understand it was not an indigenous honorific ; for instance Jordanus seems to use it simply because his readers would have been familiar with it, not because he thought it authentic.
Some of the more familiar local landmarks include Alexandra Palace, Bruce Castle, Jacksons Lane, Highpoint I and II, and Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.
Some of the more familiar local landmarks include Alexandra Palace, Bruce Castle and Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.
Some of the Irish names familiar to Currie are Gorman, Phelan, Neilan, Cummiskey, O ' Brien, Donahue, Leonard, Malone, Sweetman, Galvin, and more.
Some monkeys also displayed an inability to recognize familiar objects and would approach animate and inanimate objects indiscriminately, exhibiting a loss of fear towards the experimenters.
Some other familiar examples of aquatic plants might include floating heart, water lily, lotus and water hyacinth.
Some adherents of near-east religions acted as mediums, channeling messages from the dead or from a familiar spirit.
Some of the more familiar and better-known gastropods are terrestrial gastropods ( the land snails and slugs ) and some live in freshwater, but more than two thirds of all named species live in a marine environment.
Some pleonastic phrases, when used in professional or scholarly writing, may reflect a standardized usage that has evolved or a meaning familiar to specialists but not necessarily to those outside that discipline.
Jenny and Giles begin dating in the episode " Some Assembly Required ", and his attempts to ask her out force him into facing issues far more frightening than the monsters and demons with which he is familiar, and bring her into direct conflict with her secret reason for being in Sunnydale.
Some experiences are unique and distinctive, while others are familiar, commonplace, or are similar to much that has gone on before.
Some critics also claim that Lee should stick to the sciences and stop using his Nobel pedigree to influence educational and political policies, areas with which they asserted he is not familiar.
Some houses were almost pulverized ; it was impossible even for persons familiar with the city to identify the foundations of the city landmarks.