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Such and was
Such was my state of mind that I did not question the possibility of this ; ;
Such ranchers as Coble and Clay and the Bosler brothers carried him on their books as a cowhand even while he was receiving a much larger salary from parties unknown.
Such was the impromptu that Voltaire gave to howls of laughter at Sans Souci and that was soon circulated in manuscript throughout the literary circles of Europe, to be printed sometime later, but with the name of Timon of Athens, the famous misanthrope, substituted for that of Rousseau.
Such a group of thermometers was obtained and calibrated at the Aj.
Such a Class was tried out successfully at the Westchester KC Show recently.
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 a dual derivation was strikingly demonstrated during the injection process where initial filling would be noted to occur in several isolated pleural vessels at once.
Such legislation was clarified and extended from time to time thereafter.
Such was not the case in Rhode Island.
Such marchin' in wholesale numbers was called a `` drift '', or `` winter drift '', and if the storm was prolonged it usually resulted in one of the tragedies of the range.
Such an animal was said to be `` mealynosed ''.
Such optimism was completely unjustified.
Such a series of articles was certainly never printed in the public press of mid-Victorian England.
Such efforts almost always find themselves compelled to ask whether Adam was created capable of growing old and then older and then still older, in short, whether Adam's life was intended to be part of the process of time.
Such an analysis speedily reveals why the middle number of the Lo Shu, 5, was so vitally significant for the Chinese ever since the earliest hints that they had a knowledge of this diagram.
Such fascinating novelties in the score as the fugual treatment of `` On The Side Of The Angels '' and `` Politics And Poker '' were handled splendidly, and I thought Rudy Bond and his band of tuneful ward-heelers made `` Little Tin Box '' even better than it was done by the New York cast ; ;
Such breadth was customary among the leading scientific intellectuals of the day.
Such a feat was also attributed to Roger Bacon.
Such a " wild type " allele was historically regarded as dominant, common, and " normal ", in contrast to " mutant " alleles regarded as recessive, rare, and frequently deleterious.
Such replacements of CPU and memory system components were possible because the Aster CT-80 was designed to use a backplane that was designed to support both 8 and 16 bit processors, and used a modular Eurocard based design with slots to spare for expansion.
Such a tax was in effect for some period of time, raising at least $ AU 290 million after April 2008.

Such and essential
Such measures are essential to its job of presenting business and Government with the facts required to meet the objective of expanding business and improving the operation of the economy.
Such a tradeoff in word length is analogous to data compression and is the essential aspect of source coding.
Such robustness is as essential for an electronic communication system as it is for a language ; properly building such robustness into communications is done by channel coding.
Such certifying bodies, view psychopharmacology training ( either to prescribe or consult ) as one component of the training of a specialist in Medical Psychology, but recognize that training and specialized skills in other aspects of the treatment of behavioral aspects of medical illness, and mental illness affecting physical illness is essential to practice at the specialty level in Medical Psychology.
Such a change is sufficient if unforeseen, if it undermined theessential basis ” of consent by a party, if it radically transforms the extent of obligations between the parties, and if the obligations are still to be performed.
Such fiber is used in special applications where preserving polarization is essential.
Such springs are essential in modern watches with a detached lever escapement because they can be adjusted for isochronism.
Such elements include the essential idea of narrative structure, with identifiable beginnings, middles and endings, or exposition-development-climax-resolution-denouement, normally constructed into coherent plot lines ; a strong focus on temporality, which includes retention of the past, attention to present action, and protention / future anticipation ; a substantial focus on characters and characterization which is " arguably the most important single component of the novel "; a given heterogloss of different voices dialogically at play – " the sound of the human voice, or many voices, speaking in a variety of accents, rhythms and registers "; possesses a narrator or narrator-like voice, which by definition " addresses " and " interacts with " reading audiences ( see Reader Response theory ); communicates with a Wayne Booth-esque rhetorical thrust, a dialectic process of interpretation, which is at times beneath the surface, conditioning a plotted narrative, and other at other times much more visible, " arguing " for and against various positions ; relies substantially on now-standard aesthetic figuration, particularly including the use of metaphor, metonymy, synecdoche and irony ( see Hayden White, Metahistory for expansion of this idea ); is often enmeshed in intertextuality, with copious connections, references, allusions, similarities, parallels, etc.
Such a device can be used on a wide variety of fluids ( aqueous, viscous, and volatile fluids ; hydrocarbons ; essential oils ; and mixtures ) in volumes between 0. 5mL and 25mL.
Such ornamentic ( Sanskrit: Alankar or Alankara ) in Indian Classical Music is important for the proper rendition and essential to create the beauty of a raga.
Such an approach is fuelled by the underlying belief that ' the capacity to bear loss wholeheartedly, without pushing the experience away, emerges ... as essential to being truly alive and engaged with the world '.
Such elements include the essential idea of narrative structure, with identifiable beginnings, middles and ends, or exposition-development-climax-denouement, with important inciting incidents, normally constructed into coherent plot lines ; a strong focus on temporality that includes retention of the past, attention to present action and protention / future anticipation ; a substantial focus on characters and characterization which is " arguably the most important single component of the novel " ( David Lodge The Art of Fiction 67 ); a given hetergloss of different voices dialogically at play, " the sound of the human voice, or many voices, speaking in a variety of accents, rhythms and registers " ( Lodge The Art of Fiction 97 ; see also the theory of Mikhail Bakhtin for expansion of this idea ); possesses a narrator or narrator-like voice, which by definition " addresses " and " interacts with " reading audiences ( see Reader Response theory ); communicates with a Wayne Booth-esque rhetorical thrust, a dialectic process of interpretation, which is at times beneath the surface, conditioning a plotted narrative, and other at other times much more visible, " arguing " for and against various positions ; relies substantially on now-standard aesthetic figuration, particularly including the use of metaphor, metonymy, synecdoche and irony ( see Hayden White, Metahistory for expansion of this idea ); is often enmeshed in intertextuality, with copious connections, references, allusions, similarities, parallels, etc.
Such an approach is an essential tool in instrument validation.
Such was the extent of the importance of Cowdenbeath to coal mining at the turn of the century ( circa 1900 ) that several institutions essential to mining became established there.
Such infants do not seek and accept comfort at times of threat, alarm or distress, thus failing to maintain " proximity ", an essential element of attachment behavior.
Such a search is controlled by the requirements of the Fourth Amendment, and probable cause is essential.
Such scapegoating was essential to Hitler's political career, and it seems that he genuinely believed that Jews were responsible for Germany's post-war troubles.
Such cells control their degree of innervation ( the number of axon connections ) by the secretion of various specific neurotrophic factors that are essential for neuron survival.
" However the President of the Board of Trade, Oliver Stanley, objected: " Such a step would be almost revolutionary, and must be proved absolutely essential before introduction ".
Such importation ( along with that of the Ford Prefect and Anglia ) was essential in maintaining a presence in that country after a refusal by the then-Federal Government to provide any direct financial assistance to produce a local car ( this despite Ford providing a more detailed and comprehensive proposal than GMH, and despite the fact that many millions of pounds had been invested by Ford US in Australian vehicle assembly plants since 1925 ).
Such cults may result from early man's awareness of his essential equality with animals ( Raglan, 1935, p. 331 ).
Such efforts were opposed by most of the state elite, who believed that secularism was an essential principle of Kemalist Ideology.
Such inspections, to check for signs of disease and / or parasites, imminent swarming, an aging queen, and other conditions requiring intervention, are essential to successful bee husbandry.
Such grid-controlled valves are an essential part of a static inverter.

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