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high and seriousness
Fear is high only if the observed risk and seriousness both are high and is low if one or the other of the seen risk or seriousness is low.
A felony is generally considered to be a crime of " high seriousness ", while a misdemeanor is not.
A misdemeanor is considered a crime of low seriousness, and a felony one of high seriousness.
He generally achieved a canny balance of humour and high seriousness which is often multi-layered in its effects.
While Cutlerites do not discourage new members from joining them, they point out the high expectations enjoined by their ideals, and the seriousness of the baptismal commitment.
The greatest German composer of the next generation, Beethoven, seized on The Magic Flutes blend of domestic comedy and high seriousness for his only opera, Fidelio, the story of a devoted wife who saves her husband from political imprisonment.
The seriousness of China's internal problems is often masked by its high economic growth indicators and rapidly increasing foreign investment interest.
Sollers then attempted to counter the high seriousness of Nombres by producing in Lois ( 1972 ) which featured greater linguistic vitality through the use of wordplay and a less formal style.
The novel received little critical attention when it first appeared, but has since come to be appreciated as a somewhat unique work of " low comedy and high seriousness " with enduring if disturbing religious themes.
Their success led to the gradual replacement of the manipravala cult of worldliness and sensual revelry by an indigenous poetics of high seriousness.
Nambiar's poetry lacks the high seriousness such as we find in Ezhuthachan.
The characteristics of Aubrey de Vere's poetry are high seriousness and a fine religious enthusiasm.
While it is unclear whether this attention is due to the seriousness of the actions or simply the school's high profile in the Washington area, the school has embarked on efforts to improve its students ' character and restore its image in the community.
" Hockney is not another Turner expressing, in high seriousness, his debt to the old master ; Hockney is not another Picasso teasing Velázquez and Delacroix with not quite enough wit ; here Hockney is a vulgar prankster, trivialising not only a painting that he is incapable of understanding and could never execute, but in involving him in the various parodies, demeaning Picasso too.
Additionally, like other nonsense verse, the writing plays with and parodies a well identified genre of high seriousness.

high and subject
On the whole they maintain much the same high standard, but they are much more difficult to discuss in detail because of their wider variety of subject matter.
Grover also would require junior-senior high teachers to have at least 24 semester hours credit in the subject they are teaching.
The Lesbian or Aeolic school of poetry " reached in the songs of Sappho and Alcaeus that high point of brilliancy to which it never after-wards approached " and it was assumed by later Greek critics and during the early centuries of the Christian era that the two poets were in fact lovers, a theme which became a favourite subject in art ( as in the urn pictured above ).
Most imports in this sector are subject to high but nondiscriminatory tariffs.
The buses to be found in countries around the world often reflect the quality of the local road network, with high floor resilient truck based designs prevalent in several less developed countries where buses are subject to tough operating conditions.
For this reason, clowning is often considered an important part of training as a physical performance discipline, partly because tricky subject matter can be dealt with, but also because it requires a high level of risk and play in the performer.
Conversely, factors that favor plate columns are: presence of solids in feed, high liquid rates, large column diameters, complex columns, columns with wide feed composition variation, columns with a chemical reaction, absorption columns, columns limited by foundation weight tolerance, low liquid rate, large turn-down ratio and those processes subject to process surges.
They are typically organized by subject matter, process relatively high volumes of updates using transactions.
State laws forbid any person from engaging in the unauthorized practice of law and practicing attorneys are subject to rules of professional conduct that are enforced by the state's high court.
The algorithm that is taught in high school was named for Gauss only in the 1950s as a result of confusion over the history of the subject.
However, the overall conclusion of the study was that there was no evidence that hypnosis could be used for military applications, and also that there was no clear evidence for whether ' hypnosis ' actually exists as a definable phenomenon outside of ordinary suggestion, high motivation and subject expectancy.
It would be difficult to find an area of scientific interest more beset by divided professional opinion and contradictory experimental evidence … No one can say whether hypnosis is a qualitatively unique state with some physiological and conditioned response components or only a form of suggestion induced by high motivation and a positive relationship between hypnotist and subject … T. X.
Others that are subject to these regulations include financial institutions, credit institutions, estate agents ( which includes chartered surveyors ), trust and company service providers, high value dealers ( who accept cash equivalent to € 15, 000 or more for goods sold ), and casinos.
Once stored in the interface, the information is no longer subject to timing issues associated with USB jitter and computer operating system interrupts, and can be transmitted with a high degree of accuracy.
Retroviruses also have a high mutation rate even though their DNA intermediate integrates into the host genome ( and is thus subject to host DNA proofreading once integrated ), because errors during reverse transcription are embedded into both strands of DNA before integration.
Diodorus also extensively praises Themistocles, going as far as to offer a rationale for the length at which he discusses him: " Now on the subject of the high merits of Themistocles, even if we have dwelt over-long on the subject in this digression, we believed it not seemly that we should leave his great ability unrecorded.
I, Ulfila, bishop and confessor, have always so believed, and in this, the one true faith, I make the journey to my Lord ; I believe in one God the Father, the only unbegotten and invisible, and in his only-begotten son, our Lord and God, the designer and maker of all creation, having none other like him ( so that one alone among all beings is God the Father, who is also the God of our God ); and in one Holy Spirit, the illuminating and sanctifying power, as Christ said after his resurrection to his apostles: " And behold, I send the promise of my Father upon you ; but tarry ye in the city of Jerusalem, until ye be clothed with power from on high " ( Luke 24: 49 ) and again " But ye shall receive power, when the Holy Ghost is come upon you " ( Acts 1: 8 ); being neither God ( the Father ) nor our God ( Christ ), but the minister of Christ ... subject and obedient in all things to the Son ; and the Son, subject and obedient in all things to God who is his Father ... ( whom ) he ordained in the Holy Spirit through his Christ.
They promoted the use of Norse mythology as the subject of high art and other ethnological and moral aims.
Varicose veins are most common in the superficial veins of the legs, which are subject to high pressure when standing.
Snow is infrequent in winter except for the higher elevations, but the islands are subject to high winds at times — those from the northeast sometimes bring brief periods of freezing and Arctic-like wind chills.
However, other systems such as the K computer continue to use conventional processors such as SPARC-based designs and the overall applicability of GPGPUs in general purpose high performance computing applications has been the subject of debate, in that while a GPGPU maybe tuned to score well on specific benchmarks its overall applicability to everyday algorithms may be limited unless significant effort is spent to tune the application towards it.
High-speed cameras are also required when the subject of the test is itself moving at high speed, such as an airplane propeller.

high and was
Over the rapidly-diminishing outline of a jump seat piled high with luggage Herry's black brushcut was just discernible, near, or enviably near that spot where -- hidden -- more delicately-textured, most beautifully tinted hair must still be streaming back in cool, oh cool wind sweetly perfumed with sagebrush and yucca flowers and engine fumes.
it was perhaps 80 feet high and had been artfully constructed of logs.
Keith Sterling had looked down on the Brahmaputra more times than he could remember, during the war days when he flew over the Hump of the world, thinking it high adventure in those times before man was guiding himself through outer space.
The sun was noon high and Matsuo perspired until his body was dripping.
Delphine was a pace-setter in high society.
The sun was not yet high and all of them were in the small area of shade cast by the boulder.
There was also a long wooden spear and a woomera, a spear-throwing device which gives the spear an enormous velocity and high accuracy.
If Franklin was an authentic genius, then Alexander Hamilton, with his exceptional precocity, consuming energy, and high ambition, was a political prodigy.
From high in the tree, the whole block lay within range of the eye, but the ground was almost nowhere visible.
A Comedy In Three Acts '', in which, under `` Personages '', Henrietta appeared as `` A Schoolmarm '', and Bertha, who was only a trifle less brilliant in high school than Henrietta had been, appeared as `` Dummkopf ''.
And just as `` Laurie '' Lawrence was first attracted to bright Jo March, who found him immature by her high standards, and then had to content himself with her younger sister Amy, so Joe Jastrow, who had also been writing Henrietta before he came to Johns Hopkins, had to content himself with her younger sister, pretty Rachel.
But her father was not enthusiastic about sending young Paula to high school.
It was a high mark for Mama.
From his first bout with the canny Woodruff, Pike had learned that it was better not to attack him directly, so, harping on the theme that the cost of printing was too high, he condemned the governor for permitting such a state of affairs to exist.
He was universally beloved by his neighbours, and the Indians, who esteemed him, not only as a friend, but one high in communion with God in Heaven ''.
The Americans lost forty-four men, among them Major Joseph Morris of Morgan's regiment, an officer who was regarded with high esteem and affection, not only by his commander, but by Washington and Lafayette as well.
`` Tact '', by its very derivation, implies that its possessor keeps in touch with other people, but the author of Clericis Laicos and Unam Sanctam, the wielder of the two swords, the papal sun of which the imperial moon was but a dim reflection, the peer of Caesar and vice-regent of Christ, was so high above other human beings that he had forgotten what they were like.
By the time he was prosperous enough -- his goals were high -- he was bald and afraid of women.
When it was proposed to rebuild the church, Wilson found that the terms for a new mortgage were very high.
Like the bell at Mass, the doorbell was pitched too high.

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