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`` Now that Bruno Walter is virtually in retirement and my dear friend Dimitri Mitropoulos is no longer with us, I am probably the only one -- with the possible exception of Leonard Bernstein -- who has this special affinity for and champions the works of Bruckner and Mahler ''.
What I want to point out here is that all of them are ex-liberals, or modified liberals, with perhaps one exception.
The exception is where the flooring butts.
There is one exception to the above statement as has been pointed out, and that is that fluids can relax by flowing into fields of lower rates of shear, so the statement should be modified by stating that the mechanics are similar.
The only exception to this is certain bees that have become parasites.
A clearly recognized exception is a statutory merger or consolidation.
`` This is one of the major items in the Fulton County general assistance program '', the jury said, but the State Welfare Department `` has seen fit to distribute these funds through the welfare departments of all the counties in the state with the exception of Fulton County, which receives none of this money.
I believe, therefore, that we are without exception sinners, by nature alienated from God, and that Jesus Christ, the Son of God, came to earth, the representative Head of a new race, to die upon the cross and pay the penalty of the sin of the world, and that he who thus receives Christ as his personal Saviour is `` born again '' spiritually, with new privileges, appetites, and affections, destined to live and grow in His likeness forever.
An exception is the granular poison frog ( Oophaga granulifera ) where the male and female place their cloacae in close proximity while facing in opposite directions and then release eggs and sperm simultaneously.
"' The only exception to this is that if a defendant appeals a conviction for a crime having multiple levels of offenses, where they are convicted on a lesser offense, the appeal is of the lesser offense ; the conviction represents an acquittal of the more serious offenses.
The names were abandoned in Latin, which instead referred to the letters by adding a vowel ( usually e ) before or after the consonant ( the exception is zeta, which was retained from Greek ).
If the affiant is a party in the case, the affiant's opponent may be successful in having the affidavit admitted as evidence, as statements by a party-opponent are admissible through an exception to the hearsay rule.
A notable exception is the Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich, whose symphonies use the theme of angst in post-World War II compositions depicting Russian strife during the war.
and atomic physics is no exception.
They are known as 2 -, alpha -, or α-amino acids ( generic formula H < sub > 2 </ sub > NCHRCOOH in most cases < ref > Proline is an exception to this general formula.
A rare exception to the dominance of α-amino acids in biology is the β-amino acid beta alanine ( 3-aminopropanoic acid ), which is used in plants and microorganisms in the synthesis of pantothenic acid ( vitamin B < sub > 5 </ sub >), a component of coenzyme A.
Both sides ( with the exception of hyper-Calvinists ) believe the invitation of the gospel is universal and " must be presented to everyone can reach without any distinction.
An exception to this general tendency is his Latin treatise " De falconibus " ( later inserted in the larger work, De Animalibus, as book 23, chapter 40 ), in which he displays impressive actual knowledge of a ) the differences between the birds of prey and the other kinds of birds ; b ) the different kinds of falcons ; c ) the way of preparing them for the hunt ; and d ) the cures for sick and wounded falcons.
Amara seems to have been a Buddhist, and most of his work was destroyed, with the exception of what is the celebrated Amara-Kosha ( Treasury of Amara ), a vocabulary of Sanskrit roots, in three books, and hence sometimes called Trikanda or the " Tripartite ".
Newfoundland English in Canada is a notable exception.

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There is very little information available regarding Iran's use of its 79 F-14A Tomcats ( delivered prior to 1979 ) in most western outlets ; the exception being a book released by Osprey Publishing titled " Iranian F-14 Tomcats in Combat " by Tom Cooper and Farzad Bishop.
An occasional exception to this logic is a pitcher with a very high strikeout rate.
The climate is generally dry and mild, but with the exception of Naxos the soil is not very fertile: agricultural produce includes wine, fruit, wheat, olive oil, and tobacco.
( There is an exception for very minor cases such as traffic offenses in jurisdictions which treat them as crimes.
It features mostly new material, plus re-recordings of four very obscure Devo songs: " I Need A Chick " and " I Been Refused " ( from Hardcore Devo: Volume Two ), " Find Out " ( which appeared on the single and EP of " Peek-A-Boo " in 1982 ), and " Beehive " ( which was recorded by the band in 1974, at which point it was apparently abandoned with the exception of one appearance at a special show in 2001 ).
The lone exception to this pattern has been the very smallest category of bookseller, shops with between one and four employees, which appear to have withstood the trend.
The only exception is the Jewish American officer, who is shown as both hyper-intelligent and very unscrupulous, which Bartov noted seems to imply that the real tragedy of World War II was the Nazis did not get a chance to exterminate all of the Jews, who have now returned with Germany's defeat to once more exploit the German people.
After 1. 5 years of work, it was decided that it didn't really work as a whole, so production on the TV special was stopped ( with the exception of some very short clips, no material from it has ever been seen by the public ), But about one year after the rejection, Ivo Caprino's son, Remo Caprino, got the idea to make the sketches into a full-length film.
In freebandy, the rules are very much the same of those of floorball, with the exception of high nets and no infractions for high sticking.
The hamster tail can be difficult to see, as it is usually not very long ( about 1 / 6 the length of the body ), with the exception of the Chinese dwarf hamster, which has a tail the same length as the body.
After 1. 5 years of work, it was decided that it didn't really work as a whole, so production on the TV special was stopped ( with the exception of some very short clips, no material from it has ever been seen by the public ), and Caprino and Aukrust instead wrote a screenplay for a feature film using the characters and environments that had already been built.
During his trip to Moscow, Ribbentrop's talks with Stalin and Molotov proceed very cordially and efficiently with the exception of the question of Latvia, which Hitler had instructed Ribbentrop to try to claim for Germany.
Until more recently, safes and strongboxes were the exception to this, and to this day large vaults are custom designed and built at great cost, as the cost of this is lower than the very limited scope for mass production would allow, and the risk of a copy being obtained and defeated as practice is removed.
None of these musicians, with the exception of Davis, had received a great deal of exposure before that time ; Chambers, in particular, was very young ( 19 at the time ), a Detroit player who had been on the New York scene for only about a year, working with the bands of Bennie Green, Paul Quinichette, George Wallington, J. J. Johnson, and Kai Winding.
Sparta and its allies, with the exception of Corinth, were almost exclusively land-based powers, able to summon large land armies which were very nearly unbeatable ( thanks to the legendary Spartan forces ).
The exception is if the pair is very small and the side cards are very high ; for example, with 5-5-5-3-3-A-Q it might be better to play A-Q with the full house behind.
An exception is if the radar is aimed upwards at clear sky, where the scene is so " cold " that it generates very little thermal noise.
Gerhard Kubik notes that with the exception of New Orleans, early blues lacked complex polyrhythms, and there was a " very specific absence of asymmetric time-line patterns ( key patterns ) in virtually all early-twentieth-century African American music.
The Stone Age is nearly contemporaneous with the evolution of the genus Homo, the only exception possibly being at the very beginning, when species prior to Homo may have manufactured tools.
Such depictions are mostly dystopian, and in some cases humorous or satirical ; positively presented theocracies are very much the exception.
I must have shown that I was not only puzzled but crestfallen, at this exception to what looked like a very pretty rule of stellar characteristics ; but Pickering smiled upon me, and said: " It is just these exceptions that lead to an advance in our knowledge ", and so the white dwarfs entered the realm of study!
With the exception of the buboes, the initial symptoms of plague are very similar to many other diseases, making diagnosis difficult.
Because nearly all affiliates found production costs for the FCC's intended goal of increased public affairs programming very high and the ratings ( thus advertising revenues ) low, making it mostly unprofitable, the FCC created an exception for network-authored news and public affairs.

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