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obvious and natural
But there is also a firm aspect to lexicostatistics: the aspect of learning the internal organization of obvious natural genetic groups of languages as well as their more remote and elusive external links ; ;
A set S is called countable if there exists an injective function f from S to the natural numbers Since there is an obvious bijection between and it makes no difference whether one considers 0 to be a natural number of not.
This still might not sound all that obvious, but in fact it is a common problem faced by almost all OO languages ; not everything fits into a class construct, many problems apply to all objects in the system and there's no natural way to handle this.
Often whimsical, these pieces display Rossini's natural ease of composition and gift for melody, showing obvious influences of Beethoven and Chopin, with many flashes of the composer's long buried desire for serious, academic composition.
That is one obvious difference from phonology, which concerns the structure and organisation of speech sounds in natural languages, and furthermore has a theoretical and abstract nature.
For example, 3 − (− 2 ) ( i. e. subtract − 2 from 3 ) is not immediately obvious from either a natural number view or a number line view, because it is not immediately clear what it means to move − 2 steps to the left or to take away − 2 apples.
Supporting a breakaway Greek state, which would be a natural ally of Russia, was an obvious way to advance Russian influence in south-east Europe.
An important goal of vocal development is to learn to sing to the natural limits of one's vocal range without any obvious or distracting changes of quality or technique.
There is however no published evidence, nor any obvious reason, to believe that this is other than a ( possibly quite fine ) form of Pinot blanc, having simply arisen as a selected natural mutation of the original Pinot noir in the Gouges ' vineyard.
Only two statesmen might hope to oppose Louis XIV: William of Orange, stadtholder of the United Provinces of the Dutch Republic and the natural leader of Protestant opposition ; and Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I, obvious leader of anti-French forces in Germany and Catholic Europe.
The concept of an absolute velocity, including being " at rest " as a particular case, is ruled out by the principle of relativity, also eliminating any obvious " center " of the universe as a natural origin of coordinates.
At first sight, this extension of the judgment form may appear to be a strange complication — it is not motivated by an obvious shortcoming of natural deduction, and it is initially confusing that the comma seems to mean entirely different things on the two sides of the turnstile.
For Bolzano, it was not enough that we merely have confirmation of natural or mathematical truths, but rather it was the proper role of the sciences ( both pure and applied ) to seek out justification in terms of the fundamental truths that may or may not appear to be obvious to our intuitions.
Including boating on the main river and the reservoirs, the impact that recreation in natural settings now has on the river's economy is obvious.
These statements are meaningful once we explain the natural structures of algebra and coalgebra in all the vector spaces involved besides B: ( K, ∇< sub > 0 </ sub >, η < sub > 0 </ sub >) is a unital associative algebra in an obvious way and ( B ⊗ B, ∇< sub > 2 </ sub >, η < sub > 2 </ sub >) is a unital associative algebra with unit and multiplication
Despite his inexperience, Rahman had obvious natural boxing skills that propelled him to 11 knockout wins in his first 12 fights.
The causes may be natural or man-made, active or passive, initiating or permitting, obvious or hidden.
This is because it is not obvious that people even have any sort of natural purpose, or what that purpose would be.
Besides the obvious winery attractions, the Wine Country is known for its hot spring baths, petrified forests and other natural areas.
However, this group, a natural clade, is clearly the most basal offshoot of the entire polypodioid line, and if any portion of that clade is segregated as a separate order, this would be the obvious one.
The straightforward application of the term comes from the obvious unification of two separate individual trees, however a more humorous use of the term relates to the suggestive appearance of some natural examples.
To some degree, this was an obvious and natural result of my independent political activity.
For Paley, a Malthusian " system of natural hostilities " of animals living on prey was strictly connected to the surplus of births keeping the world appropriately stocked as circumstances changed, and poverty showed that the world was in a " state of probation ... calculated for the production, exercise, and improvement of moral qualities, with a view to a future state ", even where such divine purpose was not obvious.

obvious and fact
It seems quite obvious that all the really difficult tasks of human beings arise from the fact that man is not one, but many.
So far as I am concerned, the child is unmistakably father to the man, despite the obvious fact that child and father differ greatly -- sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worse.
Some of them are obvious, such as the fact that we associate recorded and live music with our responses and behavior in different types of environments and social settings.
In there aren't many young people in the neighborhood the modifier young takes dominant stress away from its head people: the fact that the young creatures of interest are people seems rather obvious.
We are abstracting from the fact of strikes here, but it should be obvious that the extent to which the public-limit price is raised by a given increase in the basic wage rate is also a function of the show of resistance put up by the industry.
This, for obvious reasons, makes their techniques superbly useful in studying the psychiatric interview, so useful, in fact, that they have been successfully used to suggest ways to speed diagnosis and to evaluate the progress of therapy.
Less obvious is the fact that Puzzle Bobble also features all the enemies from Bubble Bobble, which are trapped inside the bubbles and fly out when the bubbles pop.
This weakness was compounded by the fact that he did not have an obvious adult heir, Britannicus being just a boy.
The obvious problem is that, through introspection, or our experience of consciousness, we have no way of moving to conclude the existence of any third-personal fact, to conceive of which would require something above and beyond just the purely subjective contents of the mind.
By 1982 the stagnation of the Soviet economy was obvious, as evidenced by the fact that the Soviet Union had been importing grain from the U. S. throughout the 1970s, but the system was so firmly entrenched that any real change seemed impossible.
But his outstanding talents, and the obvious fact that he stood high in Hitler ’ s regard, earned Goebbels the grudging respect of the anti-intellectual brawlers of the Nazi movement, who called him " our little doctor " with a mixture of affection and amusement.
This is made obvious by the fact that superfluidity occurs in liquid helium-4 at far higher temperatures than it does in helium-3.
One obvious consequence of this sacrosanctity was the fact that it was considered a capital offense to harm a tribune, to disregard his veto, or to interfere with a tribune.
But the essentially American character of and other drinks is obvious, despite the fact that a number have gone over into English.
This is so obvious, in fact, that most people verbally ( and mentally ) skip over it.
Marchese ( 1989 ) notes the fact that many of these peoples were recruited as “ crew ” by European seafarers ; “ the homonymy with crew is obvious, and is at least one source of the confusion among Europeans that there was a Kru / crew tribe ” Andrew Dalby noted the historical importance of the Kru languages for their position at the crossroads of African-European interaction and wrote that “ Kru and associated languages were among the first to be encountered by European voyagers on what was then known as the Pepper Coast, a center of the production and export of Guinea and melegueta pepper ; a once staple African seaborne trade ”.
Chomsky noted the obvious fact that people, when speaking in the real world, often make linguistic errors ( e. g., starting a sentence and then abandoning it midway through ).
The fact that the question even came up in an interview is proof enough that such comparisons did not remain subliminal, but they are subtle enough that it is not immediately obvious to all viewers which elements were intended to compare Klaatu to Christ.
The bold player who was lucky and adventurous, and could push on his couch with a considerable stake to sept-et-le-va, quinze-et-le-va, trente-et-le-va, etc., must in a wonderful manner have multiplied his couch, or first stake ; but this was seldom done ; and the loss of the players, by the very nature of the game, invariably exceeded that of the bank ; in fact, this game was altogether in favour of the bank ; and yet it is evident that, in spite of this obvious conviction, the game must have been one of the most tempting and fascinating that was ever invented.
Despite the fact they had been friends since their first day at Unseen University, Ridcully cannot decide what to call the Dean and eventually remembers his name is Henry ( over ' Archchancellor ', because that ' was out of the question ', ' Dean ' was ' too obvious an insult ', ' Two Chairs ' was ' ditto with knobs on ' and ' ungrateful, backstabbing, slimy bastard ' took too long to say.
Besides the obvious hygienic benefits of regular cleaning it also serves to reinforce the fact that dōjō are supposed to be supported and managed by the student body, not the school's instructional staff.
In particular, the investigation highlighted the fact that the most desperate miracle seekers who attend a Hinn crusade — the quadriplegics, the brain-damaged, virtually anyone with a visibly obvious physical condition — are never allowed up on stage ; those who attempt to get in the line of possible healings are intercepted and directed to return to their seats.
It is also based on the obvious fact that an armed person who is trained has the advantage over a trained unarmed person, and serves to condition students to fight against armed assailants.

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