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Others suggest the alphabet was developed in central Egypt during the 15th century BC for or by Semitic workers, but only one of these early writings has been deciphered and their exact nature remains open to interpretation.
In principle, it removes any doubt as to the exact nature of the defendant's guilt in the matter.
" Biographer Trefousse indicates that Johnson's drinking on the occasion was the result of ill health which began before his arrival in Washington, though the exact nature of the ailment is not specified.
His motivation for changing it to something meaning ' the East electrode ' ( other candidates had been " eastode ", " oriode " and " anatolode ") was to make it immune to a possible later change in the direction convention for current, whose exact nature was not known at the time.
All of the planning and preparation for transporting and deploying the missiles were carried out in the utmost secrecy, with only a very few told the exact nature of the mission.
His motivation for changing it to something meaning ' the West electrode ' ( other candidates had been " westode ", " occiode " and " dysiode ") was to make it immune to a possible later change in the direction convention for current, whose exact nature was not known at the time.
The bacterium had been originally isolated 45 years earlier ( 1855 ) by Italian anatomist Filippo Pacini, but its exact nature and his results were not widely known.
Eisenhower openly threatened the Chinese with use of nuclear weapons, authorizing a series of bomb tests labeled Operation Teapot ; nevertheless, he left the Chinese communists guessing as to the exact nature of his nuclear response.
The exact term was not used by Marx in any of his works, and the actual presence of " dialectical materialism " within his thought remains the subject of significant controversy, particularly regarding the relationship between dialectics, ontology and nature.
Thus, ecosystem processes are driven by the number of species in an ecosystem, the exact nature of each individual species, and the relative abundance organisms within these species.
At some time between late 1792 and early 1793, a serious illness ( the exact nature of which is not known ), left Goya deaf, and he became withdrawn and introspective.
Historians, political scientists and other scholars have long debated the exact nature of fascism.
In this approach the physical vacuum is viewed as the quantum superfluid which is essentially non-relativistic whereas the Lorentz symmetry is not an exact symmetry of nature but rather the approximate description valid only for the small fluctuations of the superfluid background.
The usual wording of official announcements of this nature was " The King has been pleased to appoint ...", but on this occasion the announcement said merely " The King has appointed ...", and his Private Secretary Lord Stamfordham asked the Solicitor-General, Sir Robert Garran, to make sure Scullin was aware of the exact wording.
The exact nature of the transforming principle ( DNA ) was verified in the experiments done by Avery, McLeod and McCarty and by Hershey and Chase.
The exact nature of the emphatic feature for emphatic consonants is a matter of debate ; the most commonly suggested possibilities are pharyngealization ( as in Arabic ) and glottalized ( as in the Ethiopian Semitic languages ).
The exact nature of the diagram differs ; some players draw the gallows before play and draw parts of the man's body ( traditionally the head, then the torso, then the arms and legs one by one ).
The exact legal definition of " incest ," including the nature of the relationship between persons, and the types sexual activity, varies by country, and by even individual states or provinces within a country.
The exact nature of the ISA's mission and authority has been questioned by opponents of the Law of the Sea Treaty who are generally skeptical of multilateral engagement by the United States.
The Impressionists sought to express their perceptions of nature, rather than create exact representations.
Pliny may have mentioned them, although there is some debate as to the exact nature of the stone he referred to as Adamas ; In 2005, Australia, Botswana, Russia and Canada ranked among the primary sources of gemstone diamond production .< ref >
Although the exact nature and extent of the Christian redaction remains unclear there is broad consensus as to what the original text of the Testimonium by Josephus would have looked like.
Despite its small size and relatively short existence, the exact nature of the kingdom and its origins, customs, laws, and population is still debated.
Its fame rests, in particular, on the elusive smile on the woman's face, its mysterious quality brought about perhaps by the fact that the artist has subtly shadowed the corners of the mouth and eyes so that the exact nature of the smile cannot be determined.
" Whether or not this amounts to misogyny, whether his polemic against women is meant to be taken literally, and the exact nature of his opinions of women, are controversial.

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There is every reason to recognize that in the very last years of his life, as we shall see, Thompson did take the drug in carefully rationed doses to ease the pains of his illness, but the exact date at which this began has never been determined.
Furthermore, it has made an exact assessment of the removal mechanisms possible.
In New Jersey, for example, the Administrative Office of the Court has promulgated a form of notice of appeal for use by appellants, though using this exact form is not mandatory and the failure to use it is not a jurisdictional defect provided that all pertinent information is set forth in whatever form of notice of appeal is used.
An exact birth date has been hard to determine, but due to a monk's recent discovery of his ' grave, it seems that 1116 or 1117 could be closer estimates.
It has been suggested by United States government officials that " box-cutter knives " were used in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks against the United States, though the exact design of the knives actually used is unclear.
The game has been strongly solved, meaning that exact equities are available for all 32 million possible positions .< ref name =" strato-variants ">
The exact expression " the Day of the Lord ”, from Obadiah 1: 15, has been used by other authors throughout the Old and New Testaments, as follows:
The European tradition, which has long included giving money and other gifts to those who were needy and in service positions, has been dated to the Middle Ages, but the exact origin is unknown.
The exact applications and benefits of such a weapon vary depending upon the user, as one such model has been demonstrated the breaking of openings.
While an exact number has not been determined, thousands of Canadians have purchased and used what they contend to be grey market radio and television services, licensed in the United States but not in Canada.
The exact derivation of the term is unknown, but it has been thought that in early Canadian football, the scoring of a single was signalled with a red flag.
The issue of the instrument's exact lineage is still a matter of some debate, and the supposition that the double bass is a direct descendant of the viol family is one that has not been entirely resolved.
Déjà entendu, ( literally " already heard ") is the experience of feeling sure that one has already heard something, even though the exact details are uncertain and / or were perhaps imagined.
The exact location of Truso was not known for a long time, as the seashore has significantly changed, but most historians trace the settlement inside or near to modern Elbląg on Lake Drużno.
The exact choice of quiescent current, the standing current through both devices when there is no signal, makes a large difference to the level of distortion ( and to the risk of thermal runaway, that may damage the devices ); often the bias voltage applied to set this quiescent current has to be adjusted with the temperature of the output transistors ( for example in the circuit at the beginning of the article the diodes would be mounted physically close to the output transistors, and chosen to have a matched temperature coefficient ).
However, if the business has a small number of extensions, then it should instead use the more exact Engset calculation, which reflects the fact that extensions already in use will not make additional simultaneous calls.
Though the EPR paper has often been taken as an exact expression of Einstein's views, it was primarily authored by Podolsky, based on discussions at the Institute for Advanced Study with Einstein and Rosen.
The exact meaning of his name is uncertain: the common translation is " Lord of the Earth ": the Sumerian en is translated as a title equivalent to " lord "; it was originally a title given to the High Priest ; ki means " earth "; but there are theories that ki in this name has another origin, possibly kig of unknown meaning, or kur meaning " mound ".
This trophy still exists but is now too fragile to be used, so an exact replica was made by Toye, Kenning and Spencer and has been in use since the 1992 final.
If anyone shall dare attack pilgrims going to Rome to visit the shrines of the Apostles and the oratories of other saints and rob them of the things they have with them, or exact from merchants new imposts and tolls, let him be excommunicated till he has made satisfaction.
The observed charge quantization, namely the fact that all known elementary particles carry electric charges which appear to be exact multiples of of the " elementary " charge, has led to the idea that hypercharge interactions and possibly the strong and weak interactions might be embedded in one Grand Unified interaction described by a single, larger simple symmetry group containing the Standard Model.

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