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A Bay State supporter said, `` Mr. Hearst's fight has been helped along greatly by the starting of his paper in Boston ''.
Steinberg seems to have gone directly back to the score, discounting tradition, and has built his performance on the intention to reproduce as faithfully as possible exactly what Brahms set down on paper.
When mold has more than one design cavity, make individual paper patterns.
Brown ( 1959 ) has reviewed generally the various methods of assaying TSH, and the reader is referred to her paper for further information on the subject.
The purpose of this paper is to analyze one possible force which has not been treated in the literature, but which we believe makes a significant contribution to explaining the wage-price behavior of a few very important industries.
In recognition of her additions to Menabrea's paper, which included a way to calculate Bernoulli numbers using the machine, she has been described as the first computer programmer.
If, however, a layer of paper remains stuck to the surface, the adhesive has not failed.
In France the well-known monthly paper Le Monde Diplomatique has advocated the antiglobalization cause and an editorial of its director Ignacio Ramonet brought about the foundation of the association ATTAC.
When AA was ported to the English Electric KDF9 computer, the character set was changed to ISO and that compiler has been recovered from an old paper tape by the Edinburgh Computer History Project and is available online, as is a high-quality scan of the original Edinburgh version of the Atlas Autocode manual.
Although gold has an atomic number of 79, immediately after Rutherford's paper appeared in 1911 Antonius Van den Broek made the intuitive suggestion that atomic number is nuclear charge.
One paper has found that alcohol use at an early age may influence the expression of genes which increase the risk of alcohol dependence.
In any event, Peters never asserted that the blue laws were originally printed on blue paper, and this has come to be regarded as an example of false etymology.
Her paper has only recently been rediscovered, along with the rich, artistic illustrations and drawings that accompanied it.
The paper has been found to be unconvincing by several authors and organizations.
The competence between papers for having more cartoons than the rest from the mid-1920s, the growth of large-scale newspaper advertising during most of the thirties, paper rationing during World War II, the decline on news readership ( as television newscasts began to be more common ) and inflation ( which has caused higher printing costs ) beginning during the fifties and sixties made Sunday strips being published on smaller and more diverse formats.
Port Hawkesbury has risen to prominence since the completion of the Canso Causeway and Canso Canal created an artificial deep-water port, allowing extensive petrochemical, pulp and paper, and gypsum handling facilities to be established.
The nature of the event has also been met with criticism outside of Quebec, such as that given by Ottawa Citizen columnist David Warren, who said in 2007: " The Canada of the government-funded paper flag-waving and painted faces — the ' new ' Canada that is celebrated each year on what is now called ' Canada Day '— has nothing controversially Canadian about it.
Humanure is not sewage that has been processed by waste-treatment facilities, which may include waste from industrial and other sources ; rather, it is the combination of feces and urine with paper and additional carbon material ( such as sawdust ).
" However, a recent paper by Wolfgang Knorr indicates that the fraction of absorbed by carbon sinks has not changed since 1850 .< ref >
Searle then supposes that he is in a closed room and has a book with an English version of the computer program, along with sufficient paper, pencils, erasers, and filing cabinets.
Searle's paper has become " something of a classic in cognitive science ," according to Harnad.
Varol Akman agrees, and has described his paper as " an exemplar of philosophical clarity and purity ".
Compared to paper, it has the advantage of faster runs, better separations, and the choice between different adsorbents.

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In the following paper it is shown that in a certain definite sense, exactly an odd number of squares can be inscribed in every such curve which does not contain an infinite number of inscribed squares.
In their very first collages, Braque and Picasso draw or paint over and on the affixed paper or cloth, so that certain of the principal features of their subjects as depicted seem to thrust out into real, bas-relief space -- or to be about to do so -- while the rest of the subject remains imbedded in, or flat upon, the surface.
Lincoln's comment on the signing of the Proclamation was: " I never, in my life, felt more certain that I was doing right, than I do in signing this paper.
From about 1955 he started to work on sheaf theory and homological algebra, producing the influential " Tôhoku paper " ( Sur quelques points d ' algèbre homologique, published in 1957 ) where he introduced Abelian categories and applied their theory to show that sheaf cohomology can be defined as certain derived functors in this context.
Some printer technologies don't work with certain types of physical media, such as carbon paper or transparencies.
However, through careful research relating to paper construction, handwriting development, and the established principles of textual criticism, scholars can be rather certain about where these errors and changes appeared and what the original text probably said.
In contrast, John Bell, in his 1964 paper, showed that quantum mechanics and the class of hidden variable theories Einstein favored would lead to different experimental results: different by a factor of for certain correlations.
The threshold concept was discussed by Murray G. Crosby ( inventor of Crosby system for FM Stereo ) who pointed out that for wide band FM to provide better signal to noise ratio, the signal should be above a certain threshold, according to his paper published in Proceedings of the IRE in 1937.
In his paper " Versuche über Pflanzenhybriden " (" Experiments on Plant Hybridization "), presented in 1865 to the Naturforschender Verein ( Society for Research in Nature ) in Brünn, Mendel traced the inheritance patterns of certain traits in pea plants and described them mathematically.
This is still of negligible probability to be a concern to a randomly chosen key, and some of the problems are fixed by the constant XOR proposed earlier, but the paper is not certain if all of them are.
" I desired a friend to draw with a pencil lines cross the image, or pillar of colours, where every one of the seven aforenamed colours was most full and brisk, and also where he judged the truest confines of them to be, whilst I held the paper so, that the said image might fall within a certain compass marked on it.
According to Miller, whose paper in 1956 popularized the theory of the “ magic number seven ”, short-term memory is limited to a certain number of chunks of information, while long-term memory has a limitless store.
In 1859, after reading a paper on the diffusion of molecules by Rudolf Clausius, Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell formulated the Maxwell distribution of molecular velocities, which gave the proportion of molecules having a certain velocity in a specific range.
The Eberhardt, Crawford, and Lipscomb paper discussed above also devised the " styx number " method to catalog certain kinds of boron-hydride bonding configurations.
Another paper in the series on chemotaxonomic variation in the terpenoid content of the essential oil of Cannabis revealed that several wide-leaflet drug strains in the collection had relatively high levels of certain sesquiterpene alcohols, including guaiol and isomers of eudesmol, that set them apart from the other putative taxa.
Debt securities may be called debentures, bonds, deposits, notes or commercial paper depending on their maturity and certain other characteristics.
It may be noted that in a paper on the proportion of the gases or elastic fluids constituting the atmosphere, read by him in November 1802, the law of multiple proportions appears to be anticipated in the words: " The elements of oxygen may combine with a certain portion of nitrous gas or with twice that portion, but with no intermediate quantity ", but there is reason to suspect that this sentence may have been added some time after the reading of the paper, which was not published until 1805.
In 1930 economist William Howard Steiner wrote that the term was used " at one time to signify that a certain amount of bullion was stored in the Treasury while the equivalent paper in circulation " represented the bullion.
In this paper, starting from certain philosophical assumptions, on the basis of a rigorous analysis of a certain, complicated, but in the meantime assertedly realizable model, he came to the conclusion that quantum mechanics should be described as " incomplete ".
According to the paper by Thiers, in certain climates and certain seasons, it may be an advantage to remain closed because moisture can be conserved in that way.
379 ), this earlier act being a " Prohibition of the Importation of certain Goods and Merchandise from the Kingdom of Great Britain "; the prohibited imported goods being defined where their chief value which consists of leather, silk, hemp or flax, tin or brass, wool, glass ; in addition paper goods, nails, hats, clothing, and beer.

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