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Specifically and chapter
Specifically, Tar-Ardamin does not appear at all in The Lord of the Rings appendices, but he does appear in the chapter " The Line of Elros " from Unfinished Tales.
Specifically chapter four of the ISO / IEC 11179 metadata registry standard covers data element definition quality standards.

Specifically and treatment
Specifically, Chapter II of the Annex to the 1907 Hague Convention covered the treatment of prisoners of war in detail.
Specifically, the overall success rate is higher, fewer repeat interventions and postoperative visits are needed, and treatment costs are lower after ureteroscopic treatment when compared with ESWL.
Specifically, the presence of nitrite and white blood cells on a urine test strip in patients with typical symptoms are sufficient for the diagnosis of pyelonephritis, and are an indication for empirical treatment.
" Specifically, tazarotene reduced the number of noninflammatory and inflammatory lesions at 4, 8, and 12 weeks -- all timepoints examined during treatment.

Specifically and anger
Specifically, emotions such as joy and grief tell us about the " good or bad fortune " of the person we are observing them in, whereas anger tells us about the bad fortune with respect to another person.

Specifically and its
Specifically, at speeds of OC-3 and above, the cost of segmentation and reassembly ( SAR ) hardware makes ATM less competitive for IP than Packet Over SONET ( POS ); because of its fixed 48-byte cell payload, ATM is not suitable as a data link layer directly underlying IP ( without the need for SAR at the data link level ) since the OSI layer on which IP operates must provide a maximum transmission unit ( MTU ) of at least 576 bytes.
Specifically, if ƒ is an invertible function with domain X and range Y, then its inverse ƒ < sup >− 1 </ sup > has domain Y and range X, and the inverse of ƒ < sup >− 1 </ sup > is the original function ƒ.
Specifically, both rivers flow into Suisun Bay, which flows through the Carquinez Strait to meet with the Napa River at the entrance to San Pablo Bay, which connects at its south end to San Francisco Bay.
Specifically, the campaign raised $ 253. 7 million for undergraduate financial aid, as well as $ 2. 33 billion for its initiative in " Seeking Solutions " to global problems, $ 1. 61 billion for " Educating Leaders " by improving K-12 education, and $ 2. 11 billion for " Foundation of Excellence " aimed at providing academic support for Stanford students and faculty.
Specifically, if the vacuum energy is negative and its absolute value is substantially larger than it appears to be in the observed universe ( say, a factor of 10 larger ), holding all other variables ( e. g. matter density ) constant, that would mean that the universe is closed ; furthermore, its lifetime would be shorter than the age of our universe, possibly too short for the intelligent life to form.
Specifically, an n-simplex is an n-dimensional polytope which is the convex hull of its n + 1 vertices.
Specifically, given that this is a circularly polarized plane wave, these vectors indicate that the electric field, from plane to plane, has a constant strength while its direction steadily rotates.
Specifically, the trusted computing base must at least prevent its own software from being written to.
Specifically, hypomania is distinguished from mania by the absence of psychotic symptoms and grandiosity, and by its lesser degree of impact on functioning.
Specifically, IAM incorporates many African-related themes into its music.
Specifically, the longer the plutonium remained irradiated inside the reactor — which is necessary for high yields of the metal — the greater its content of the isotope plutonium-240.
Specifically, they claimed Microsoft announced its Quick Basic 3 program to slow sales of its competitor Borland's recently released Turbo Basic program.
Specifically, its shorelines lie in the German federal states of Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg, the Austrian federal-state of Vorarlberg, and the Swiss cantons of Thurgau and St. Gallen.
Specifically the lyric " what is termed a landslide of principal proportion " is taken from the line " what is termed a land-slide, of the principal portion of its trees "; and the lyric " prism perfect " from the line " in shape a perfect prism.
Specifically, their song " Caledonia " has been noted for its " pre-industrial stomp ".
Specifically, the engine that was installed in the car was Ford's famed 427 FE NASCAR " Side-Oiler " V8, a power-house engine developing in its mildest street version.
Specifically, diagenesis “ is the cumulative physical, chemical and biological environment ; these processes will modify an organic object ’ s original chemical and / or structural properties and will govern its ultimate fate, in terms of preservation or destruction ”.
Specifically, it is the deep waters that are undersaturated with calcium carbonate primarily because its solubility increases strongly with increasing pressure and salinity and decreasing temperature.
Specifically, a small poll of Kellogg's brand reputation at Vanno showed a drop from its previous rank of 9 to 83 after Kellogg decided not to renew its contract with Michael Phelps.
Specifically, the antenna gain, or power gain of an antenna is defined as the ratio of the intensity ( power per unit surface ) radiated by the antenna in the direction of its maximum output, at an arbitrary distance, divided by the intensity radiated at the same distance by a hypothetical isotropic antenna.

Specifically and management
Specifically, extra management is needed if multiple threads are allowed to perform find operations concurrently.
Specifically, the goals of the SDMI were to provide consumers with convenient access to music online and in new digital distribution systems, to apply digital rights management restrictions to the work of artists, and to promote the development of new music-related business and technologies.
Specifically, arenas within analytics include enterprise decision management, retail analytics, marketing and web analytics, predictive science, credit risk analysis, and fraud analytics.
Specifically, training increased GTA self efficacy in three instructional areas: classroom management, student involvement, and instructional strategies.
Specifically, they closed two of the five contract management districts and Defense Electronics Supply Center.
Specifically, the CNE training program is intended to train a system administrator on how to use management tools, perform server installations, manage the eDirectory, printing, allocate storage space, email and instant messaging services, and managing security.
Specifically, SPAA holds high rankings in the following categories: information and technology management ( 4th ), public management and administration ( 7th ), public finance and budgeting ( 10th ), city management and urban policy ( 11th ), non-profit management ( 18th ), public policy analysis ( 24th ), and the broader category of public affairs ( 23rd ).

Specifically and she
Specifically, if he / she chooses to determine the path, then he / she has no influence whatsoever over which of the two paths, the left one or the right one, nature will tell him / her is the one in which the particle is found.
Specifically, for film and television actors, an actor not in the union who becomes a " principal performer " ( says a line ) is immediately eligible to join the Screen Actors Guild and is covered under the SAG contract with the production company for 30 days, at which point he or she must either join SAG or cease working on any union productions ; this same provision applies to so-called " background actors " ( extras ) who work on a SAG covered production for 3 or more days.
Specifically there were practitioners of the technique that said of a mesmerized person " the person is back animal " meaning " the person is back in a natural mental state where she / he recovers his / her most primitive part of the mind ".
Specifically she denied to her attorney that she had seen him in the two years prior to Mora's death.
Specifically, she has also " identified the need for $ 7 billion in public education spending across the lifelong spectrum of education, from preschool through to university and TAFE tertiary education.
Specifically she regrets the improbable and flawed depiction of the villains, the Shing, as not convincingly evil.
Specifically in the novel Priscilla, is the Veiled Lady, she ’ s private and hidden.
Specifically, she was ordained in Nigeria.
" Specifically, Ambuhl stipulated that she witnessed " numerous acts " of abuse, cruelty, and maltreatment, writing that " This time was very confusing for me, and things were done to detainees that I questioned, but that apparently were permissible.
Specifically, she said: “ It ’ s only recently that I ’ ve questioned the way that I ’ ve been consuming.
Specifically, she had these objectives: to tailor each student's program to his or her needs, interests and abilities ; to promote both independence and dependability ; to enhance the student's social skills and sense of responsibility toward others.
Specifically, she was a chief organizer, lobby head, newspaper editor, suffrage educator, teacher, orator, architect of the banner campaign, rallying force, and symbol of the NWP.
Specifically, when they were younger, Eduard was married off to a rich older woman through the workings and insatiable greed of his father ; Charlotte, likewise, when her prospects were none the best, was compelled or obliged to marry a wealthy man, whom she did not love.
Specifically, she explains intentionality using the explanatory resources of natural selection: what thoughts and sentences and desires are " about " is ultimately elucidated by reference to what has been selected and what it has been selected for ( i. e., what advantage it conferred on ancestors who possessed it ).
Specifically, she has voiced opposition to the Western countries ' subsidization of their own cotton farmers, which leaves West African countries at a disadvantage in competing for space in Western markets.

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