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The lines of demarcation between these ideas depend upon the perspective of a variety of anthropologists, but Tambiah has his own opinions regarding magic, science, and religion.
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lines and demarcation
The Armistice Agreements of April 3, 1949 left Jordan in control of the West Bank and provided that the armistice demarcation lines were without prejudice to future territorial settlements or boundary lines.
The lines of demarcation between science, magic, and religion all have origins dating to times when established thought processes were challenged.
In response to activities conducted by Israel in the DMZ between the armistice demarcation lines in the area of Government House in Jerusalem Jordan complaints to UN this resulted in the Security Council adopting Resolution 127 ( 1958 ) on 22 January 1958, noting that the status of the zone is affected by the provisions of the Israel-Jordan GAAs and that neither Israel nor Jordan enjoys sovereignty over any part of the zone and directing the Chief of Staff of UNTSO in Palestine to regulate activities in the zone.
The Treaty of Saragossa did not modify or clarify the line of demarcation in the Treaty of Tordesillas, nor did it validate Spain's claim to equal hemispheres ( 180 ° each ), so the two lines divided the Earth into unequal hemispheres.
From the 17th and 18th centuries various conflicts arise between the villages of Boekel, Uden and Gemert around the demarcation lines between the Ravenstein, Cuijk and Gemert areas.
The front line in Korea and the front lines between Pakistan and India in Kashmir are two examples of demarcation lines which could become hot at any time.
Despite the second truce, the Egyptians denied Jewish convoys passage through to the Negev, and captured positions beyond the truce demarcation lines.
Although the Korean Armistice Agreement specifies where the demarcation line and demilitarized zone are located on land, the agreement does not mention lines or zones in adjacent ocean waters.
In order to ensure that SLAs are consistently met, these agreements are often designed with specific lines of demarcation and the parties involved are required meet regularly to create an open forum for communication.
I have personal knowledge that Miscavige issues oral and written orders and instructions to Scientologists irrespective of either ecclesiastical lines of authority or corporate lines of is authority or demarcation.
As bilateral relations worsened, the Entente drew two demarcation lines in hopes to stall further open hostilities.
Map of demarcation lines of June 18 ( light green ) and July 26 ( dark green ) between Poland and Lithuania.
However, its recommendations were not favoured by either side and the interim boundary was confirmed formally in 1925, without changes from the 1920 demarcation lines.
Green Line refers to the demarcation lines set out in the 1949 Armistice Agreements between Israel and its neighbours ( Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria ) after the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.
To counter this foul territory, the field has lines of demarcation that prevent many would-be foul balls from being caught.
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The completeness of the connections provide that, for N people, there are Af lines of communication between the pairs, which can become a large number ( 1,225 ) for a party of fifty guests.
Although the standard deviation values on which spread of the lines is based are relatively larger for those centers which begin to ossify early ( Table 1 ), there are considerable differences in this value between centers having the closely timed Onsets.
It is interesting that a 1: 1 correspondence can be established between the lines of two such pencils, so that in a sense a unique image can actually be assigned to each tangent.
But in any case, one does not have to read very closely between the lines to realize that the situation is not regarded as a particularly happy one.
The assembly line developed by Ford Motor Company between 1908 and 1915 made assembly lines famous in the following decade through the social ramifications of mass production, such as the affordability of the Ford Model T and the introduction of high wages for Ford workers.
This formula supplies an easy method to find the angle between two planes ( or curved surfaces ) from their normal vectors and between skew lines from their vector equations.
In atomic physics, the atomic spectral lines correspond to transitions ( quantum leaps ) between quantum states of an atom.
The significance of the Bohr model was that it related the lines in emission and absorption spectra to the energy differences between the orbits that electrons could take around an atom.
A case can be made that discriminatory lines came to be drawn more sharply under Athenian democracy than before or elsewhere, in particular in relation to woman and slaves, as well as in the line between citizens and non-citizens.
His application of reference lines, a diameter and a tangent is essentially no different than our modern use of a coordinate frame, where the distances measured along the diameter from the point of tangency are the abscissas, and the segments parallel to the tangent and intercepted between the axis and the curve are the ordinates.
Its purpose was to allow voltage levels to stabilise in older televisions, preventing interference between picture lines.
Even a 20th-century Surrealist, such as Paul Éluard, used alexandrines on occasion, such as in these lines from L ' Égalité des sexes ( in Capitale de la douleur ) ( note the variation between caesuras after the 6th syllable, and after 4th and 8th ):
This is easiest to describe in terms of lines of latitude and longitude-the spines lie on the intersections between five of the former, symmetric about an equator, and eight of the latter, spaced uniformly.
We receive, therefore, in no single intercepting plane behind the system, as, for example, a focusing screen, an image of the object point ; on the other hand, in each of two planes lines O ' and O " are separately formed ( in neighboring planes ellipses are formed ), and in a plane between O ' and O " a circle of least confusion.
Alexandria is served by the Norfolk & Southern Railway with a connector which allows rail traffic to flow smoothly between lines servicing east – west and north – south destinations.
Oblique asymptotes are diagonal lines so that the difference between the curve and the line approaches 0 as x tends to +∞ or −∞.
In general, the difference between a statistics program and a biostatistics program is twofold: ( i ) statistics departments will often host theoretical / methodological research which are less common in biostatistics programs and ( ii ) statistics departments have lines of research that may include biomedical applications but also other areas such as industry ( quality control ), business and economics and biological areas other than medicine.
This ensures a distinction between management by the executive board and governance by the supervisory board and allows for clear lines of authority.
The lines between the Bolsheviks and the Mensheviks hardened in April 1905 when the Bolsheviks held a Bolsheviks-only meeting in London, which they called the Third Party Congress.
In 1930, the boundaries between the 88 constellations were devised by Eugène Delporte along vertical and horizontal lines of right ascension and declination.