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Such a two-good world is a theoretical simplification, due to the difficulty of graphical analysis of multiple goods.
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Such activity may or may not have irritated the Kremlin, but it has frequently condemned America to an unnatural defensiveness that has undermined our effort to give leadership to the free world.
`` Such a church needs vigor and vitality in its rector and one man has only so much of these endowments '', he told his members.
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 vital information, he said, has to be made available to the public frequently and at regular intervals for residents to know.
Such a leader must strengthen NATO politically, and establish that true unity about which it has always talked.
Such a thin chronology and little background knowledge has led to gross misinterpretations of his works, and thus further investigation must always be done to conclude with confidence that Aelbert Cuyp is the genuine source of such great paintings.
Such influence has caused Aramaic to have many Persian loanwords that can be seen in later historical texts.
" Such a faith will not be salvific until a person has allowed it to effect a life transforming conversion ( turning towards God ) in their being ( see Ontotheology ).
Such predictions were called into question by 1995 data that show that within regions of Southeast Asia much of the original forest has been converted to monospecific plantations, but that potentially endangered species are few and tree flora remains widespread and stable.
Such doors are popular in public transit stations, as it has a large capacity, and when the door is opened, traffic passing in both directions keeps the door open.
Such a phenomenon has the properties of a wave, and is naturally referred to as an electromagnetic wave.
Such a program has the potential to remove the bureaucratic inefficiencies of education in modern countries, and with the decreasing digital divide, help developing nations rapidly achieve a similar quality of education.
Such a formula for estimating energy typically has relative error of order of 10 %, but can be used to get a rough qualitative idea and understanding of a molecule.
Such a pattern was observed in the sequence of about a dozen earthquakes that struck the North Anatolian Fault in Turkey in the 20th century and has been inferred for older anomalous clusters of large earthquakes in the Middle East.
Such a person goes into great detail about what he has seen, and his unspiritual mind puffs him up with idle notions.
Such a polity has not existed since the early Islamic city-states and universal imperial period beginnings.
Such persistent connections reduce request latency perceptibly, because the client does not need to re-negotiate the TCP connection after the first request has been sent.
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Such ambiguous exercises compound confusion by making it worse compounded, and they are sometimes expanded until the cream of the jest sours.
Such cooperative behaviors have sometimes been seen as arguments for left-wing politics such by the Russian zoologist and anarchist Peter Kropotkin in his 1902 book Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution and Peter Singer in his book A Darwinian Left.
Such instruments are generally calibrated to indicate the RMS value for a sine wave only but some designs will indicate true RMS ( sometimes with limitations as to wave shape ).
Such restraint is difficult for most persons and sometimes impossible, and for them married life is decidedly more helpful than a life of celibacy.
Such declarations are typically made without the consent of the parent state, and hence are sometimes called unilateral declarations of independence ( UDIs ), particularly by those who question the declarations ' validity.
Such a key is sometimes referred to as a dead key, as it produces no output of its own but modifies the output of the key pressed after it.
Such activities are sometimes known as " fan labor " or " fanac ", an abbreviated form of the phrase " fan activity.
Such interactions between nearby galaxies, which may ultimately result in a merging, sometimes induce significantly increased incidents of star formation leading to starburst galaxies.
By the early 3rd century, Origen of Alexandria may have been using the same 27 books as in the modern New Testament, though there were still disputes over the canonicity of Hebrews, James, II Peter, II and III John, and Revelation Such works that were sometimes " spoken against " were called Antilegomena.
Such " Cordovan leathers " were a north African style that was introduced to Spain in the ninth century ( hence it is sometimes referred to as ' Spanish leather '); in Spain such embossed leather hangings were known as guadamecí or guadamecil, from the Libyan town of Ghadames, while cordobanes signified soft goat leather.
Such general random elements can sometimes be treated as sets of real-valued random variables — often more specifically as random vectors ).
Such objects are sometimes called artificial satellites to distinguish them from natural satellites such as the Moon.
Such carrier traps are sometimes purposely added to reduce the time needed to reach the steady state.
Such work is sometimes seen as less interesting and less appreciated by peers, especially if an analysis, however diligent and time-consuming, does not turn up much of interest.
Such groups often pursued independence and sovereignty over territory, but sometimes a different sense of autonomy has been pursued or achieved.
Such philosophical questions about the nature of identity are sometimes referred to as the Ship of Theseus Paradox.
Such farms are sometimes called muck farms, after the dark black soil in which vegetables grow well.