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Often, therefore, there are a number of rules having the same effect, and commonly other sets of rules as well, having the opposite effect.
the average claret is notably longer-lived than its opposite number, red Burgundy.
This meant that the plane would roll in the direction opposite to that which the pilot intended, and led to a number of accidents.
This bet is the opposite of the place bet and wins if a 7 is rolled before the specific point number.
A lay bet is the opposite of a buy bet, where a player bets on a 7 to roll before the number that is laid.
The form has an odd number of slots, so successive turns of the spiral lie on opposite sides of the form, increasing separation.
She also appeared in a number of films, most notably 1980's Ordinary People, in which she played a role that was the polar opposite of the television characters she had portrayed, and for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress.
For example, 1 – 4 may be the fingers, 5 ' thumb ', 6 ' wrist ', 7 ' elbow ', 8 ' shoulder ', etc., across the body and down the other arm, so that the opposite pinkie represents a number between 17 ( Torres Islands ) to 23 ( Eleman ).
The normal play strategy is for the player to reduce this to size 0 or 1, leaving an even number of heaps with size 1, and the misère strategy is to do the opposite.
Since subtraction can be replaced by addition of the opposite quantity, and since positive whole number exponents can be replaced by repeated multiplication, all polynomials can be constructed from constants and variables using only addition and multiplication.
He takes the slip to the shopkeeper, who opens the drawer marked ' apples ', then he looks up the word ' red ' in a table and finds a colour sample opposite it ; then he says the series of cardinal numbers — I assume that he knows them by heart — up to the word ' five ' and for each number he takes an apple of the same colour as the sample out of the drawer .— It is in this and similar ways that one operates with words —" But how does he know where and how he is to look up the word ' red ' and what he is to do with the word ' five '?
On the highway side of the Pastaza, a tributary river occurs about every 3 – 4 km for a stretch of about 50 km ; on the opposite bank, the number of tributaries is slightly lower.
In a proof by contradiction, we start by assuming the opposite, p: that there is a smallest rational number, say, r < sub > 0 </ sub >.
To determine the winning number and color, a croupier spins a wheel in one direction, then spins a ball in the opposite direction around a tilted circular track running around the circumference of the wheel.
The rivalry between English captain WG Grace and his opposite number Billy Murdoch was hotly anticipated.
:" The fourth argument is that concerning the two rows of bodies, each row being composed of an equal number of bodies of equal size, passing each other on a race-course as they proceed with equal velocity in opposite directions, the one row originally occupying the space between the goal and the middle point of the course and the other that between the middle point and the starting-post.
A bit of the opposite value is inserted after the maximum allowed number of consecutive bits.
DCE devices are just the opposite: pin connector number 2 receives and pin connector number 3 transmits the signals.
Kinshasa ( formerly Léopoldville ) and Brazzaville are on opposite sides of the river at the Pool, where the river narrows and falls through a number of cataracts in deep canyons ( collectively known as the Livingstone Falls ), running by Matadi and Boma, and into the sea at the small town of Muanda.
The Earth's surface is divided into a number of tectonic plates that are continuously being created and consumed at their opposite plate boundaries.
The number these lists give for each chapter indicates one of the 10 groups of 4 lists, and folds the system back on itself: one of the elements must be omitted, and one must be false in some way ( an opposite, for example ).
Lily Brayton was a noted Katherina in the Edwardian era, playing the part in a number of productions, sometimes opposite her husband Oscar Asche, and in the 1907 Oxford University Dramatic Society production opposite Gervais Rentoul.
However we know that if an eclipse occurred at some moment, then there will occur an eclipse again S synodic months later, if that interval is also D draconic months, where D is an integer number ( return to same node ), or an integer number + ½ ( return to opposite node ).

opposite and terms
Gauss's presumed method was to realize that pairwise addition of terms from opposite ends of the list yielded identical intermediate sums: 1 + 100 = 101, 2 + 99 = 101, 3 + 98 = 101, and so on, for a total sum of 50 × 101 = 5050.
In terms of modern orthodox terminology it is important to note that " labor ", at least in Smith's approach, is defined as the opposite of utility-" disutility ", pain, toil etc.
The size ( or spatial range ) of an LCD is always described in terms of the diagonal distance from one corner to its opposite.
Since counter-clockwise may be defined in terms of up, forward, and right, this experiment unambiguously differentiates left from right using only natural elements: If they were reversed, or the atoms spun clockwise, the radiation would follow the spin axis instead of being opposite to it.
6h12m shorter, or + 0. 302d = 7h15m longer than average .< ref > This range is smaller than the difference between mean and true conjunction, because during one lunation the periodic terms cannot all change to their maximum opposite value.
This personality typology has some aspects of a trait theory: it explains people's behaviour in terms of opposite fixed characteristics.
From 2001 to 2006, the race alternated between FOX and NBC under the terms of a six-year, $ 2. 48 billion NASCAR television contract, with FOX broadcasting the Daytona 500 in odd-numbered years ( 2001, 2003, 2005 ) and the Pepsi 400 in even-numbered years ( 2002, 2004, 2006 ), with NBC broadcasting the opposite race in that year.
Caution is required when discussing increasing or decreasing return loss since these terms strictly have the opposite meaning when return loss is defined as a negative quantity.
Disciplines such as cybernetics and systems theory strongly embrace a non-reductionist view of science, sometimes going as far as explaining phenomena at a given level of hierarchy in terms of phenomena at a higher level, in a sense, the opposite of a reductionist approach.
In a similar vein, essayist David Quint contends that " with Cleopatra the opposition between East and West is characterized in terms of gender: the otherness of the Easterner becomes the otherness of the opposite sex ".
The opposite of polynomial factorization is expansion, the multiplying together of polynomial factors to an expanded polynomial, written as just a sum of terms.
In practical terms, going short can be considered the opposite of the conventional practice of " going long ", whereby an investor profits from an increase in the price of the asset.
Baron goes on to describe how relics of these sex-neutral terms survive in some British dialects of Modern English ( for example " hoo " for " she ", in Yorkshire ), and sometimes a pronoun of one gender might be applied to a person or animal of the opposite gender.
: A figure of speech in which a pair of opposite or contradictory terms are used together for emphasis.
The NDP and BQ are allies on economic matters but completely opposite in terms of issues of federalism.
This literary device pairs opposite terms together, in order to create a meaning, so that with the phrase " good and evil " it means " everything ".
In the Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle used the term epikhairekakia ( ἐπιχαιρεκακία in Greek ) as part of a triad of terms, in which epikhairekakia stands as the opposite of phthonos ( φθόνος ), and nemesis ( νέμεσις ) occupies the mean.
" Dietrich Bonhoeffer of the German Confessing Church framed the same characterization in less positive terms when he called Pietism the last attempt to save Christianity as a religion: Given that for him religion was a negative term, more or less an opposite to revelation, this constitutes a rather scathing judgment.
The opposite can be expressed by terms such as unmanly or epicene.
The terms " opposite lock " and " counter-steering " refer to the position of the steering wheel during the maneuver, which is turned in the opposite direction to that of the bend.
When the two Foundations were founded, they could be described as being at opposite social ends of the Galaxy — with Trantor at the very center of galactic power and prestige, and Terminus at the other extreme, something the First Foundation failed to realize because its members were inclined to analyze Seldon's statement in physical terms.
There are several terms used to describe the opposite of uke, again depending on the art or situation, they include, or.
These terms are also used for parallel-cousins :-kʼisé " same-sex sibling or same-sex parallel cousin ( i. e. same-sex father's brother's child or mother's sister's child )", -´- láh " opposite-sex sibling or opposite parallel cousin ( i. e. opposite-sex father's brother's child or mother's sister's child )".
The terms " real good " and " right desire " cannot be defined apart from each other, and thus their definitions would contain some degree of circularity, but the stated self-evident truth indicates a meaning particular to the ideas sought to be understood, and it is ( the moral cognitivist might claim ) impossible to think the opposite without a contradiction.

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