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Such an instrument is expected to be especially useful if it could be used to measure the elasticity of heavy pastes such as printing inks, paints, adhesives, molten plastics, and bread dough, for the elasticity is related to those various properties termed `` length '', `` shortness '', `` spinnability '', etc., which are usually judged by subjective methods at present.
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Such an instrument would be useful for the characterization of many commercial materials as well as theoretical studies.
Such a general boycott might still be a blunt or indiscriminating instrument, and therefore of questionable justification.
Such an instrument sounds by outputting an electrical audio signal that ultimately drives a loudspeaker.
Such a model consists of ( possibly simplified ) laws of physics that govern the sound production, and will typically have several parameters, some of which are constants that describe the physical materials and dimensions of the instrument, while others are time-dependent functions that describe the player's interaction with it, such as plucking a string, or covering toneholes.
Such instruments usually have a fingerboard attached to the neck of the instrument, that provides a hard flat surface athe player can stop the strings against.
Such was not an uncommon practice in the days before standardized pitch and was, in fact, mentioned in other manuals on string instrument playing.
Such instruments could not withstand being moved, and adding mirrors to the light path to divert the light to a fixed position to such an instrument housed on or below the observing floor ( and usually built as an unmoving integral part of the observatory building ) was the only option.
Such an instrument is also called a Peltier device, Peltier heat pump, solid state refrigerator, or thermoelectric cooler ( TEC ).
Such consistent spatial mappings from the instrument to the pitches it plays promotes the development of intuition and aids in the learning of the instrument and even the ability to improvise or play by ear.
Such an instrument can record a spectral function without mechanical scanning, although there may be tradeoffs in terms of resolution or sensitivity for instance.
Such a curve is typically used when an instrument uses a sensor whose calibration varies from one sample to another, or changes with time or use ; if sensor output is consistent the instrument would be marked directly in terms of the measured unit.
Such an instrument is sometimes referred to as a cymometer, particularly one of Chinese manufacture.
Such guitars are not as common as the six string variety, but are used by classical, jazz, and metal guitarists to expand the range of their instrument by adding two strings.
Such cars can easily be distinguished from the 1998 model year versions by the presence of an ETS light on the instrument cluster.
Such an instrument may be an original built during the baroque and never changed to modern form ; a modern replica built as a baroque violin ; or an older instrument which has been converted ( or re-converted ) to baroque form.
Such an instrument was used for the title track from their LP Heaven Tonight, while their song " Mandocello ", released on the band's debut album, used a standard acoustic mandocello.
Such and is
Such a comparison reminds us that in employing low characters in his works Faulkner is recording actuality in the South and moreover is following a long-established literary precedent.
Such performance is a great tribute to American scientists and engineers, who in the past five years have had to telescope time and technology to develop these long-range ballistic missiles, where America had none before.
Such, he implies, is the case with his friend, who is not really a new convert himself but merely a favorer of new converts.
Such a list must naturally be selective, and the treatment of each man is brief, for I am interested only in their general ideas on the moral measure of literature.
Such payments shall be made to small domestic producers of lead as long as the market price for common lead at New York, New York, as determined by the Secretary, is below 14-1/2 cents per pound, and such payments shall be 75 per centum of the difference between 14-1/2 cents per pound and the average market price for the month in which the sale occurred as determined by the Secretary.
Such payments shall be made to small domestic producers of zinc as long as the market price for prime western zinc at East Saint Louis, Illinois, as determined by the Secretary, is below 14-1/2 cents per pound, and such payments shall be 55 per centum of the difference between 14-1/2 cents per pound and the average market price for the month in which the sale occurred as determined by the Secretary.
Such additional daytime class 2, assignments are appropriate if optimum use is to be made of these frequencies, and the Commission has over the years made a large number of them.
Such items recall the California journalist who reported an accident involving a movie star: `` The area in which Miss N -- was injured is spectacularly scenic ''.
Such understanding helps to explain why one matron celebrating thirty-five years of married life could declare with some pride that her husband had `` never seen her entirely naked '', while another woman, boasting an equal number of years of married life, is proud of having `` shared the nudist way of life -- the really free, natural nude life -- for most of that period ''.
Such a decision should have placed a powerful weapon in the hands of the entire housing industry, but there is little evidence that realtors, or at least their associations, have repudiated the principle in such clauses.
Such judgments are meaningful only in so far as persons are members of a world, let us say a community, that embraces Scarsdale or Yonkers, but is also infinitely richer since it is all-inclusive.
Such is the case with the Black Sea invasion of the natural hybrid Pelophylax esculentus reported in 2010.
Such and expected
Such transactions can be difficult, but in 2010, reforms approved by a Communist Party congress were expected to legalize the sale between Cuban citizens of all cars, as well as real estate.
Such linearized gravitational waves are sufficiently accurate to describe the exceedingly weak waves that are expected to arrive here on Earth from far-off cosmic events, which typically result in relative distances increasing and decreasing by or less.
Such a construct would be expected to appear in factor analysis whether or not it corresponded to something real, thus rendering Eysenck's thesis unfalsifiable through factor analysis.
Such intermediary points on the great circle route are expected to play an increasingly prominent role in these activities, if only because trading signals originating there reach both London and New York faster than any signal originating in one centre trying to reach the other.
Such agreements set forth the details of how traffic is to be exchanged, along with a list of expected activities which may be necessary to maintain the peering relationship, a list of activities which may be considered abusive and result in termination of the relationship, and details concerning how the relationship can be terminated.
Such influence should be expected, given the prevalence of allusions to Virgil in the Renaissance culture in which Shakespeare was educated.
Such detail is generally unwarranted for prototypes as some refinement to the design is to be expected.
Such developments were also expected to happen in Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland, but technically were not required under the Act.
Such an action, if successful, would have compromised the position of the other Austrian Corps on the Wagram plateau and would have forced them back northwestwards, away from any reinforcements they might have expected to receive from Pressburg.
Such youths, by their late teens, are often given responsibilities for " cowboy " work on the ranch, and ably perform work that requires a level of maturity and levelheadedness that is not generally expected of their urban peers.
Such performances restore the sonic balance the composer would have expected, and have proven popular.
Such national legislative politics in communist states often have a similar structure to the parliaments that exist in liberal republics, with two significant differences: first, the deputies elected to these national legislative bodies are not expected to represent the interests of any particular constituency, but the long-term interests of the people as a whole ; second, against Marx's advice, the legislative bodies of communist states are not in permanent session.
" Such statements are unlikely to be true-but cannot be proven false and so do not violate trade laws, especially as the consumer is expected to be able to tell that it is not the absolute truth.
Such discipline usually occurs only on votes regarding procedural matters on which party unity is expected as a matter of course, rather than substantive matters.
* Such symptoms cannot be fully explained by a general medical condition or substance use OR, when there is an associated medical condition, the impairments due to the somatic symptoms are more severe than generally expected.
Such studies are of interest in research into aspects of nanotechnology because the beetles ' motion may be expected to provide insights into how groups of robots might coordinate movements.
Such authoritarian rule, once expected and even thought necessary for a symphonic ensemble to function properly, has loosened somewhat in the closing decades of the 20th century with the advent and encouragement of more power sharing and cooperative management styles ( with the orchestra musicians themselves, the administrative staff, and volunteer board of directors ).
Such rituals follow an established " core order of ritual " and are expected to focus on one particular pantheon or " hearth culture " for that high day.
Such notation for non-unit vectors ( undefined for the zero vector ), however, is incompatible with notation used elsewhere in mathematics, where the space of derivations in a derivation algebra is expected to be a vector space.