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The major difference arises from the question of whether Henry ( 1394 – 1455 ) was 1st as a new creation or 2nd as a restoration of the rights of his grandfather, Henry ( 1341 – 1408 )
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If A is the major axis of an ellipsoid and B and C are the other two axes, the radius of curvature in the ab plane at the end of the axis Af, and the difference in pressure along the A and B axes is Af.
If it is assumed that the formula given by Lodge of cosec Af applies, the pressure difference along the major axes can be calculated from the angle of inclination of the major axis, and from this the interfacial tension can be calculated.
Supplemental outside reading reports were handled just as in the other sections, the major difference being that there was a noticeably deeper level in the reported outside reading by the married group.
* Interactive and Open Acrylics were created to address the one major difference between oil and acrylic paints, the shortened open time of acrylic paints.
In the early history of major league baseball, the difference between the number of earned runs given up by a pitcher and the total number of runs given up was much more significant than today.
A major but defining difference between biopolymers and other polymers can be found in their structures.
The last major element of many BRP games is that there is no difference between the player character race systems and that of the monster or opponents.
The major difference between this hypothesis and the single-cause hypotheses is that its proponents view the suggested single causes as either not sufficient in strength to cause the extinctions or not likely to produce the taxonomic pattern of the extinction.
One major difference between DNA and RNA is the sugar, with the 2-deoxyribose in DNA being replaced by the alternative pentose sugar ribose in RNA.
Using the toothpaste industry as an example, Lutz says that, because there is no dramatic difference among the products of the major toothpaste companies today, they are equal.
One major difference between the Ramsay's family coat of arms and the university seal, is that while the Ramsay seal features a griffin and greyhound, the Dalhousie seal instead has two dragons supporting the eagle-adorned shield.
While there are alleged non-physical differences between men and women, major reviews of the academic literature on gender difference find only a tiny minority of characteristics where there are consistent psychological differences between men and women, and these relate directly to experiences grounded in biological difference.
Some contend that the amendment devastated American science, since ARPA / DARPA was a major funding source for basic science projects of the time ; the National Science Foundation never made up the difference as expected.
Engset's equation is similar to the Erlang-B formula ; however it contains one major difference: Erlang's equation assumes an infinite source of calls, yielding a Poisson arrival process, while Engset specifies a finite number of
The show was inspired by Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, the major difference being that Hee Haw was far less topical, and was centered on country music and rural Southern culture.
One major difference between Vista and earlier versions of Windows, Windows 95 and later, is that the original start button was replaced with just the Windows icon.
The one major difference between the javelin of the ancient games and the javelin of more modern times is a leather thong, called an ankyle that was wound around the middle of the shaft.
The major visible difference from previous introductory computers, was Forth as its default programming language.
In frequentist setting there is a major difference between a design which is fixed and one which is sequential, i. e. consisting of a sequence of analyses.
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Neurocysticercosis, which arises when larvae of the pork tapeworm Taenia solium penetrate the central nervous system, is the major cause of acquired epilepsy worldwide.
This usually arises from a dislodged atherosclerotic plaque in one of the carotid arteries ( i. e. a number of major arteries in the head and neck ) or from a thrombus ( i. e. a blood clot ) in the heart because of atrial fibrillation.
The question of how superconductivity arises in high-temperature superconductors is one of the major unsolved problems of theoretical condensed matter physics.
A major conservation concern for beaked whales ( family Ziphiidae ) is they appear to be vulnerable to modern sonar operations, which arises from recent strandings that temporally and physically coincide with naval sonar exercises.
Bona Vacantia arises, in origin, by virtue of the Royal Prerogative and in some respects this remains the position although the right to bona vacantia of the two major categories is now based on statute: Administration of Estates Act 1925 and the Companies Act 2006.
Hence, once the pheochromocytoma has been resected, thereby removing the major source of circulating catecholamines, a situation arises where there is both very low sympathetic activity and volume depletion.
Convention dictates that a general election should take place roughly three years after the previous general election – unless a major crisis arises or the Prime Minister loses the ability to command a majority in parliament.
A major component of such scum is calcium stearate, which arises from sodium stearate, the main component of soap:
" The major threat to democratic socialism and the major danger of war in Europe arises from Soviet policy and not from American policy ", declared the editors in November 1948.
Black's major responses are 3 ... g6 preparing ... Bg7, 3 ... d6 preparing ... Bd7 ( a hybrid line that also arises from the Moscow Variation after 2 ... d6 3. Bb5 + Nc6 ), and 3 ... e6 preparing 4 ... Nge7.
NEXPTIME often arises in the context of interactive proof systems, where there are two major characterizations of it.
The rhomboid major arises from the spinous processes of the thoracic vertebrae T2 to T5 as well as the supraspinous ligament.
22 ), which is only a mild sort of three-key exposition, since the supertonic major is the dominant of the dominant, and commonly arises in any event as part of the modulation.
The Piako River has two major stems: the main stem arises in the northern slopes of the Te Miro-Tahuroa hills, descending as two distinct tributaries – the Piakonui and the Piakoiti Streams.
A decision can be treated as over-complicated, with too many detailed options, so that a choice is never made, rather than try something and change if a major problem arises.
Another problem which arises is that the same person can abuse his or her power to get away with injustice as exemplified by Bagdikian: " When Sears was accused by the Federal Trade Commission of dishonest advertising and promotion, the Tribune was one of the major papers that failed to carry a word of it ... ( Wardrip-Fruin, 481 ).
The musculocutaneous nerve arises from the lateral cord of the brachial plexus, opposite the lower border of the Pectoralis major, its fibers being derived from C5, C6 and C7.
It arises from the dorsal surface of the axillary border of the scapula for the upper two-thirds of its extent, and from two aponeurotic laminæ, one of which separates it from the infraspinatus muscle, the other from the teres major muscle.
Regardless, a tendency towards strategic complacency has also been evident, with Australians often reluctant to think about defence issues or to allocate resources until a crisis arises ; a trait which has historically resulted in unpreparedness for major military challenges.
If all the available elements strongly suggest that the star of 1054 was a supernova, and that in the area next to where the star was seen, there is a remnant of a supernova which has all of the characteristics expected of an object that is around 1000 years old, a major problem arises: the new star is described as being to the South-East of Tianguan, while the Crab Nebula is to the North-East.