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On this basis, certain extreme kinds of networks will be discussed for illustrative purposes.
Since the hazards of poor communication are so great, p can be justified as a habitable site only on the basis of unusual productivity such as is made available by a waterfall for milling purposes, a mine, or a sugar maple camp.
The point is that the reactionary, for whatever motive, perceives himself to have been part or a partner of something that extended beyond himself, something which, consequently, he was not able to accept or reject on the basis of subjective preference.
That he read some of the books assigned to him with a studied carefulness is evident from his notes, which are often so full that they provide an unquestionable basis for the identification of reviews that were printed without his signature.
It was therefore not until the publication of J.H. Round's `` The Settlement Of The South And East Saxons '', and W.H. Stevenson's `` Dr. Guest And The English Conquest Of South Britain '', that a scientific basis for place-name studies was established.
Two things have happened in recent months to bring the Council into perspective: each provides a basis for renewed hope and joy.
In the earlier sessions there was plentiful discussion on the natural law, which Dr. William V. O'Brien of Georgetown University, advanced as the basis for widely acceptable ethical judgments on foreign policy.
The only hope which the public has for getting good teachers is to pay teachers on the basis of merit rather than tenure.
Bicycle gear-sets he had once used as the basis of the design for the Camden Cycly Company plant hung on a rope in one corner, and over his desk, next to several old and dusty hats, was a clean pair of roller skates which he occasionally used up and down in front of his house.
The Banks for Cooperatives were established to provide a permanent source of credit on a sound basis for farmers' cooperatives.
At the other end of the spectrum, where the more advanced countries can be relied upon to make well thought through decisions as to project priorities within a consistent program, we should be prepared to depart substantially from detailed project approval as the basis for granting assistance and to move toward long-term support, in cooperation with other developed countries, of the essential foreign exchange requirements of the country's development program.
The extent to which we can persuade the less developed countries to appraise their own resources, to set targets toward which they should be working, to establish in the light of this forward perspective the most urgent priorities for their immediate attention, and to do the other things which they must do to help themselves, all on a realistic long-term basis, will depend importantly on the incentives we place before them.
Fixed monthly allowances are reimbursements for the same purpose except on a non-itemized basis.
On the basis that all citizens of the state are entitled to benefit equally in the development of its resources, plans for the provision of essential services ( such as water ) will be based on need regardless of arbitrary political boundaries, within the framework of the state plan.
recommend to the Congress from time to time authorization for construction and operation, or for participation in the construction and operation, of a demonstration plant for any process which he determines, on the basis of subsections ( A ) and ( B ) above, has great promise of accomplishing the purposes of this Act, such recommendation to be accompanied by a report on the size, location, and cost of the proposed plant and the engineering and economic details with respect thereto ; ;
Estimated annual savings resulting from publication of the Journal and Bulletin on a triservice basis, as compared with the cost of producing separate periodicals for each service, were between $65,000 and $70,000.
Beginning in 1960, the matching requirements for the base allotment are being adjusted ( upward or downward, as required ) 25% a year, so that by 1963 the entire support allotment will be matched on the basis of a 40% pivot State share, with maximum and minimum State shares of 50% and 30%, respectively.
In the case of taxpaying corporate stockholders, the measure would be the lesser of the fair market value of the shares or Du Pont's tax basis for them, which is approximately $2.09 per share.
Inventory and evaluate wildlife habitat resources in cooperation with other Federal agencies and with the States in which National Forests and Grasslands are located, as a basis for orderly development of wildlife habitat improvement and coordination programs, including ( A ) big-game, gamebird, and small-game habitat surveys and investigations on the 186 million acres of National Forests and Grasslands, ( B ) fishery habitat surveys and investigations on the 81,000 miles of National Forest fishing streams and nearly 3 million acres of lakes and impoundments, and ( C ) participation in planning, inspection, and control phases of all habitat improvement, land and water use projects conducted on National Forest lands by States, other Federal agencies, and private groups to assure that projects will benefit wildlife and be in harmony with other resource values.
With the existence of these many factors, some of them variable, it obviously has never been and is not now possible for the Commission to make assignments of AM stations on a case-to-case basis which will insure against any interference in any circumstances.
Rather, such assignments are made, as they must be, on the basis of certain overall rules and standards, representing to some extent a statistical approach to the problem, taking into account for each situation some of the variables ( e.g., power and station separations ) and averaging out others in order to achieve the balance which must be struck between protection against destructive interference and the assignment of a number of stations large enough to afford optimum radio service to the Nation.
Essentially, the question presented for decision in the present Daytime Skywave proceeding is whether our decision ( in 1938-1939 ) to assign stations on the basis of daytime conditions from sunrise to sunset, is sound as a basis for AM allocations, or whether, in the light of later developments and new understanding, skywave transmission is of such significance during the hours immediately before sunset and after sunrise that this condition should be taken into account, and some stations required to afford protection to other stations during these hours.

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Good workmanship is important in the installation, so if you're doing your own contracting, don't award the job on the basis of price alone.
Those who continue to have faith in astrology have been characterized as doing so " in spite of the fact that there is no verified scientific basis for their beliefs, and indeed that there is strong evidence to the contrary.
But the positives – the stability in South Africa, the adherence to well-balanced economic policies, fighting inflation, doing all the right things in order to lay the basis and the foundation for sustained economic growth – are in place.
These jobs were typically filled under the spoils system, but Cleveland announced that he would not fire any Republican who was doing his job well, and would not appoint anyone solely on the basis of party service.
A core basis of democracy, being a politician's ability to freely advocate policies which benefit his or her constituents, also makes it difficult to prove that doing so might be a crime.
Before doing the procedure, scientists must carefully calculate exactly what needs to be done, and treat each patient on an individual case-by-case basis.
These are consummatory, or a behavior that is made up of actions that fulfill a basis of doing what is inherent, and instrumental, or behavior that is taught through ones surroundings over time.
In doing so, he reversed a Pythagorean emphasis on number and arithmetic, focusing instead on geometrical concepts as the basis of rigorous mathematics.
His 1759 paper " An Experimental Enquiry Concerning the Natural Powers of Water and Wind to Turn Mills and Other Machines Depending on Circular Motion " addressed the relationship between pressure and velocity for objects moving in air ( Smeaton noted that the table doing so was actually contributed by " my friend Mr Rouse " " an ingenious gentleman of Harborough, Leicestershire " and calculated on the basis of Rouse's experiments ), and his concepts were subsequently developed to devise the ' Smeaton Coefficient '.
In the original text, Parker decides that the body in the bath could not be Sir Reuben Levy because "... Sir Reuben is a pious Jew of pious parents, and the chap in the bath obviously isn't ..." This backhanded reference to circumcision was felt by Sayers ' publisher to be too frank, and in the published version the deduction was made merely on the basis that the dead man appeared to have been doing manual labour rather than living the comfortable life of a wealthy financier.
He convened a meeting of the Council of State in 1947, to consider whether Part III of the Health Bill, 1947 — which provided the basis for the Mother and Child Scheme — should be referred, but he decided against doing so.
Its success prompted NBC to look at doing something similar on a national basis.
Macaulay is a computer algebra system for doing polynomial computations, particularly Gröbner basis calculations.
This stance was further justified with the statement that " democratic systems are all supported on a basis of coercion sanctioned by the use of force ", and " the ruling class are never more dangerous than when they are doing impressions of human beings ".
Instead of doing financial projection on a " best estimate " basis, a company or its regulators may do stress testing where they look at how robust a financial instrument is in certain crashes, a form of scenario analysis.
Professional sprite artists often delve into other areas of illustration, including animation, comics, and computer-generated art, often doing those on a professional basis as well.
Other fundamental reasons include “ as a basis for employment decisions ( e. g. promotions, terminations, transfers ), as criteria in research ( e. g. test validation ), to aid with communication ( e. g. allowing employees to know how they are doing and organizational expectations ), to establish personal objectives for training ” programs, for transmission of objective feedback for personal development, “ as a means of documentation to aid in keeping track of decisions and legal requirements ” and in wage and salary administration.
Service is " doing the right thing for the right reason ," and is the best example of " good will ", which is the basis for the freedom promised by the NA program.
Believing this to be true Eco says, “ It is equally untrue that acting on the form and content of the message can convert the person receiving it .” In doing this Eco does merges form and content, the separation of which is the basis of McLuhan ’ s assertion.
The back-to-the-land movement calls for occupants of real property to grow food from the land on a small-scale basis for themselves or for others, and to perhaps live on the land while doing so.
This work was the fundamental basis of the Way, as it identifies the requirements for accessing superspaces, and the consequences of doing so within the context of a physical object linked to a stable quantum configuration: The Thistledown, connected to the Way.
In doing so, it adopted multiple opinions regarding details, including an opinion reaffirming traditional ( Orthodox ) practices and concepts, an opinion adapting certain leniencies including counting seven days from start of menstruation rather than its end, and an opinion reformulating the theological basis of the practice, basing it on concepts other than ritual purity.
They fear that doing activities that they would normally do on a regular basis would make the symptoms worse.
This provided an important theoretical basis for cognitive neuropsychology, as it allowed an explanation of what areas of the brain might be doing ( i. e. processing information in specific and specialised ways ) and also allowed brain injury to be understood in abstract terms as impairment in the information processing abilities of larger cognitive systems.

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