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The only required classes are an introductory course on New York City-taught from the perspective of the relation of philosophy to the physical-two lecture hall courses, and two semesters of Writing the Essay.
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In any case, Miss Millay's sweet-throated bitterness, her variations on the theme that the world was not only well lost for love but even well lost for lost love, her constant and wonderfully tragic posture, so unlike that of Fitzgerald since it required no scenery or props, drew from the me that I was when I fell upon her verses an overwhelming yea.
The approval of only three members of the board of school estimate is required to certify the amount of money to be allotted to the college.
We propose a method for selecting only dictionary information required by the text being translated and a means for passing the information directly to the occurrences in text.
Entries are summarized only when by doing so the amount of information retained in the dictionary is reduced and the time required for dictionary operations is decreased.
On the one hand do we argue the Supreme Court decision required only that a child not be denied admission to a school on account of his race??
Radiation, therefore, is at an initial cost disadvantage even though only 1 to 10 per cent as much radiation energy as heat energy is required for radiopasteurization or radiosterilization.
If, however, we are seeking the optimal R-stage policy for a given feed state, only one search for a maximum is required at the final step.
It was, to Helva, only a matter of the correct reproduction and diaphragmic control required by the music attempted.
* Modified Baltic amber – gemstone subjected only to thermal or high-pressure treatment, which changed its physical properties, including the degree of transparency and color, or shaped under similar conditions out of one nugget, previously cut to the required size.
The age limit, the same as that for office holders but ten years older than that required for participation in the assembly, gave the courts a certain standing in relation to the assembly ; for the Athenians of the court were not only older, but were wiser, too.
Generals were elected not only because their role required expert knowledge but also because they needed to be people with experience and contacts in the wider Greek world where wars were fought.
Sometimes it is instead only required that the faces that meet at one vertex are related isometrically to the faces that meet at the other.
This was the only part of AppleTalk that required periodic unsolicited broadcasts: every 10 seconds, each router had to send out a list of all the network numbers it knew about and how far away it thought they were.
The advantage of this technique is that only a medium-resolution monochromator is necessary for measuring AAS ; however, it has the disadvantage that usually a separate lamp is required for each element that has to be determined.
While the Dines anemometer had an error of only 1 % at it did not respond very well to low winds due to the poor response of the flat plate vane required to turn the head into the wind.
A network of patents is required to implement the technology and are licensed only for those qualifying devices.
A human traveling on a bicycle at low to medium speeds of around 10 – 15 mph ( 15 – 25 km / h ) uses only the energy required to walk.
At the time, nearly all use of computers required writing custom software, which was something only scientists and mathematicians tended to do.
They retained the honour of the ancient association with the Romans, not required to pay tribute or taxes and used by the Romans only for war: " They furnished to the Empire nothing but men and arms ", Tacitus remarked.
The contestants are required to do housework, and are set tasks by the producers of the show, who communicate with the housemates via the omnipresent authority figure known to them only as " Big Brother ".
Biomedical engineering is regulated in some countries, such as Australia, but registration is typically only recommended and not required.
If the character encoding for a web page is chosen appropriately then HTML character references are usually only required for a markup delimiting characters mentioned above, and for a few special characters ( or not at all if a native Unicode encoding like UTF-8 is used ).
In continuum mechanics a body is considered stress-free if the only forces present are those inter-atomic forces ( ionic, metallic, and van der Waals forces ) required to hold the body together and to keep its shape in the absence of all external influences, including gravitational attraction.
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Other classes are included only by myself ( interrogatives, adverbs ) or only by Swadesh and Hoijer ( pronouns, demonstratives ).
But in the second subtype, which I take to be the one more frequently applied, only the operating expenses and not the `` cost of capital '' or `` fair return '' are apportioned directly among the various classes of service.
Most other US Navy and allied navy destroyers, destroyer escorts, frigates, and several different classes of cruisers only carried the one ASROC ' matchbox ' MK 112 launcher with eight ASROC missiles ( although later in service, some of those missiles could be replaced by the Harpoon anti-ship missile ).
The lake is the subject of local folklore ; a tradition at Wells College in Aurora holds that if the lake completely freezes over, classes are canceled ( though for only one day ).
( They were not the only sacrifices ; law-breakers of all classes or defeated political opponents were also acceptable as victims.
The DDC is a system of library classification made up of ten classes, each divided into ten divisions, each having ten sections ( although there are only 99 of 100 divisions and 908 of 999 sections in total, as some are no longer in use or have not been assigned ).
The Library of Congress Classification system was developed based mainly on the idea of literary warrant ; classes were added ( by individual experts in each area ) only when needed for works owned by the Library of Congress.
Therefore, the set of all equivalence classes of forms a partition of: every element of belongs to one and only one equivalence class.
Earley parsers are appealing because they can parse all context-free languages, unlike LR parsers and LL parsers, which are more typically used in compilers but which can only handle restricted classes of languages.
Training for duels, once fashionable for males of aristocratic backgrounds ( although fencing masters such as Hope suggest that many people considered themselves trained from taking only one or two lessons ), all but disappeared, along with the classes themselves.
Mosca claims that there are only two classes in society, " the governing " ( the organized minority ) and " the governed " ( the disorganized majority ).
Scuderia Ferrari has participated in a number of classes of motorsport, though it is currently only officially involved in Formula One.
In Basque there are two classes, animate and inanimate ; however, the only difference is in the declension of locative cases ( inessive, locative genitive, adlative, terminal adlative, ablative and directional ablative ).
Thus, only those who could afford such weaponry fought as hoplites ; as with the Roman Republican army it was the middle classes who formed the bulk of the infantry.
Up to reversal of orientation, the only homology classes which contain simple-closed curves are as follows: ( 0, 0 ), ( 1, 0 ), ( 1, 1 ), ( 2, 0 ), ( 0, 1 ).
His classes and orders of plants, according to his Systema Sexuale, were never intended to represent natural groups ( as opposed to his ordines naturales in his Philosophia Botanica ) but only for use in identification.
So, although Russia's political economy principally was agrarian and semi-feudal, the task of democratic revolution therefore fell to the urban, industrial working class, as the only social class capable of effecting land reform and democratization, in view that the Russian propertied classes would attempt to suppress any revolution, in town and country.