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attributes and run
Yale President Richard Levin attributes the run to Yale ’ s focus on creating " a laboratory for future leaders ," an institutional priority that began during the tenure of Yale Presidents Alfred Whitney Griswold and Kingman Brewster.
Plutarch attributes the run to a herald called either Thersippus or Eukles.
In his 2004 book, The Deceivers, Thaddeus Holt attributes the success of Fortitude to the trial run of Cockade in 1943 ; " FORTITUDE in 1944 could not have run as smoothly as it did if the London Controlling Section and its fellows had not gone through the exercise of COCKADE in the year before.
The version of Siemens metro train designed for Melbourne included several attributes similar to existing Melbourne suburban electric trains such as being single-deck and operating in M-T-M ( motor-trailer-motor ) sets of three carriages, where the motor cars each have an overhead pantograph, and two of these 3-car sets are generally coupled together to form a 6-carriage train when run in revenue service, though a single set may be run when demand does not merit a full train.
It should be noted that these powers are not literally equivalent to the attributes of the animals he invokes, as the Strength of the Bear grants him far greater strength than any real bear, capable of lifting huge boulders, and similarly the Speed of the Puma allows him to run at immense speeds akin to comic-book characters such as Quicksilver or the Flash.

attributes and normal
Quest for Glory V allows stat bonuses which can push an attribute over the maximum and lets certain classes raise certain attributes beyond the normal limits.
There are also many other attributes which make them distinct from the normal Nair folks.
The MDA featured the following character display attributes: invisible, underline, normal, bright ( bold ), reverse video, and blinking ; some of these attributes could be combined, so that e. g., < u > bright, underlined </ u > text could be produced.
Overall, the Slayer's abilities seem to be enhancements of normal human attributes, rather than extra abilities garnered from a magical source ; Buffy trains constantly and works out to enhance and maintain her abilities, suggesting that they would atrophy otherwise.
He is the son of Coco and Biscuit, who are normal dogs, though Brian's human attributes have been present since he was a puppy.
The total absence of any of these normal attributes of a judicial proceeding convinces me that the conduct complained of in this case was not a judicial act.
Players can find items which affect their attributes through normal battle by defeating enemy officers or breaking open crates.
Rocket Raccoon possesses the normal attributes of an Earth raccoon, including an acute sense of smell, sight, hearing and touch.

attributes and human
The Bahá ' í teachings state that the attributes which are applied to God are used to translate Godliness into human terms and also to help individuals concentrate on their own attributes in worshipping God to develop their potentialities on their spiritual path.
In his article Observations on the marital metaphor of YHWH and Israel in its ancient Israelite context: general considerations and particular images in Hosea 1. 2, Ben Zvi describes the role of the Gomer in the marriage metaphor as one of the “ central attributes of the ideological image of a human marriage that was shared by the male authorship and the primary and intended male readership as building blocks for their imagining of the relationship .”
In his Christology from above, Aquinas also championed the principle of perfection of Christ's human attributes.
Just as Allah encourages human beings to emulate some of His attributes, such as being patient and forgiving, He also tells us to follow the way of justice.
He emphasized that Jesus did not cease to be God when he became a man, nor did he lose any of his divine attributes when he took on human nature.
Instead, the Bahá ' í concept of the Manifestation of God emphasizes simultaneously the humanity of that intermediary and the divinity in the way they show forth the will, knowledge and attributes of God ; thus they have both human and divine stations.
The great 14th-century scholar Ibn Khaldun, wrote: " the Black nations are, as a rule, submissive to slavery, because ( Blacks ) have little that is ( essentially ) human and possess attributes that are quite similar to those of dumb animals ".
Contrary to Herodotus, who portrays the gods as active agents in human affairs, Thucydides attributes the existence of the divine entirely to the needs of political life.
" Angel is stopped by Buffy in telling the Scoobies that the vampire self carries many of the same attributes as the human self.
Clement attributes his source to a " collection of marvels " by a certain " Monimos " of whom nothing is known, and claims, in pursuit of his thesis that daimon-worshipers become as cruel as their gods, that in " Pella of Thessaly human sacrifice is offered to Peleus and Cheiron, the victim being an Achaean ".
Economic determinism is the theory which attributes primacy to the economic structure over politics in the development of human history.
Writer Samuel A. Peeples told Roddenberry these attributes made Spock too alien, and suggested " he should at least be half-human and have the problems of both sides ", believing the human traits made the character more interesting and able to comment on the human condition more believably.
They based their opposition to the novel on its depicting benevolent witches and promoting the belief that integral human attributes were " individually developed rather than God given ".
They believe that human beings ascribe supernatural attributes to purely natural events, such as lightning, rainbows, floods, and the origin of life.
While negative theology is used in Christianity as a means of dispelling misconceptions about God, and of approaching Him beyond the limits of human reasoning, most commonly Christian doctrine is taken to involve positive claims: that God exists and has certain positive attributes, even if those attributes are only partially comprehensible to us.
Tissue stretching has long been known to stimulate mitosis, and research shows that regenerated human tissues have the attributes of the original tissue.
The Bahá ' í concept of the intermediary between God and humanity is expressed in the term Manifestation of God, which are a series of personages, such as Jesus and Bahá ' u ' lláh, who reflect the attributes of the divine into the human world for the progress and advancement of human morals and civilization.
Examples of anthropomorphic attributes include exhibiting human intelligence and facial expressions, the ability to speak, walk on two legs, and wear clothes.
The plague may, in fact, represent typical attributes of human life and mortality.
This conflicts with the Generation 2 comic but does not conflict with the rewritten UK Generation 2 comic by Fleetway, in which Megatron simply attributes his new body to human scientists, with no further explanation to contradict the events of " Another Time and Place ".

attributes and level
Callet attributes this difference in embouchure technique as the reason the great players of the past were able to play at the level of technical virtuosity which they did, although the increased difficulty of contemporary compositions for brass seem to indicate that the level of brass technique achieved by today's performers equals or even exceeds that of most performers from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Hypnosis can be defined as: a special psychological state with certain physiological attributes, resembling sleep only superficially and marked by a functioning of the individual at a level of awareness other than the ordinary conscious state.
In formal taxonomy of the Animalia there are higher level attributes that logically should precede the presence or absence of the vertebral column in constructing a cladogram, for example, the presence of a notochord.
Apart from combat, most checks are made against a character's attributes and factor in a difficulty level based on the task at hand.
When characters " level up ", the statistics for their attributes permanently increase, which may also be amplified by the types of equipment the character is wearing.
Progressing up a level increases the heroes attributes and also allows the hero to gain new spell options ( bringing role-playing video game elements to the series ).
The player initially allocates a limited number of attribute points ( such as ' Strength ', ' Coordination ', and ' Quickness ') and selects skills ( such as ' Unarmed Combat ', ' War Magic ' and ' Melee Defense ') for the character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes.
At its most basic level, lithic analyses involve an analysis of the artifact ’ s morphology, the measurement of various physical attributes, and examining other visible features ( such as noting the presence or absence of cortex, for example ).
At above sea level and with no major river or visible natural resources, Oldham had poor geographic attributes compared with other settlements for investors and their engineers.
Lastly, the third hypothesis attributes hypersensitivity and inflammation at the cerebral level to post-Ivermectin treatment complications, and perhaps the release of bacteria from L. loa after treatment to SAE.
At the first and most cursory level of Schein's model is organizational attributes that can be seen, felt and heard by the uninitiated observer-collectively known as artifacts.
Those with sufficient experience to understand this deepest level of organizational culture usually become acclimatized to its attributes over time, thus reinforcing the invisibility of their existence.
Surveys and casual interviews with organizational members cannot draw out these attributes — rather much more in-depth means is required to first identify then understand organizational culture at this level.
The term competitive advantage is the ability gained through attributes and resources to perform at a higher level than others in the same industry or market ( Christensen and Fahey 1984, Kay 1994, Porter 1980 cited by Chacarbaghi and Lynch 1999, p. 45 ).
At the end of every second level the player has a chance to spend their collected riches to upgrade their weapons, increase the number of hit points of their character, purchase new items and improve other character attributes.
Further, the game is designed to promote balanced leveling, as the saved game on the disk will only let the levels for the attributes go as high as whatever is set the lowest ( e. g. if Life is at 5 and Strength is at 4, but Magic is at 1, then the saved game will reflect all as level 1 ), while still saving the data regarding crystals that have been placed and items that have been collected.
Bufeev, S. V, is a dualist, preferring to see the spiritual level above the mechanical, physico-chemical, or biological levels ; he attributes discrepancies between spiritual matters and scientific matters to be because of the purely naturalistic views of evolutionists.
* Attributes are sometimes multi-valued allowing multiple naming attributes at one level such as machine type and serial number concatenated or multiple phone numbers for " work phone ".
David Phillipson attributes its " excellent preservation " to two factors, " the care with which its original builders ensured a level foundation, firmly placed on the uneven bedrock ; and to its rededication -- perhaps as early as the sixth century AD -- for use as a Christian church.
Often these attributes increase each time a character gains a level, and a character's level goes up each time the player accumulates a certain amount of experience.

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