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relationship and between
The curious relationship between Holmes and Scotland Yard provides an important clue to the deeper significance of his eccentric behavior.
But first I want to quote him on the relationship that he found between religion and politics in this country and what happened to it.
As summer cooled into fall and winter, even so the relationship between the two men continued to grow colder by the day, and by December of 1834 it was icy.
There is a clear relationship between their educational evaluations and their basic pattern of general values.
And then there is St. Louis county, where the Democratic leadership has shown little appreciation of the need for sound zoning, of the important relationship between proper land use and economic growth.
The United States was engaged in a military attack on a peaceful, orderly people governed by a regime that had proved itself the most pro-Western and anti-Communist within any of the new nations -- the only place in Africa, moreover, where a productive relationship between whites and blacks had apparently been achieved.
and that competition for this share of the market was endangered by the financial relationship between the two concerns: ``
I endorse pending legislation that will restore the traditional relationship between retired and active duty pay rates.
His interest in finding a relationship between voltaic electricity and magnetism is here first indicated.
Beccaria had almost stumbled on a lead to the relationship between electricity and magnetism when a discharge from a Leyden jar was sent transversally through a piece of watch-spring steel making its ends magnetic.
The experiments of Romagnosi and others have already been noted but no one had determined the cause-and-effect relationship between these two primary forces.
There is a well-known relationship between probability and entropy which states that Af, where **zq is the probability that state ( i.e., volume for an ideal gas ) could be reached by chance alone.
The relationship between particle size and infectious dose is illustrated in Table 1.
Experience will show that only the vaguest generalities apply, and in fine, these merely dwell upon a relationship between the durations and intensities of events.
By and large, what happens to business as a whole will govern the relationship between demand and supply conditions in the capital markets and will thus determine interest rates.
Campbell studied the records of 172 school board members in twelve western cities over the period of 1931 - 40 and found `` little or no relationship between certain social and economic factors and school board competence '', as judged by a panel of professional educators who studied the voting records on educational issues.
From Fig. 6 the relationship between these parameters can readily be derived and the cutting force is Af where **yl is the shear strength of the coating and is a parameter of the coatings material, W is the width of the removed coating and T is its thickness.
One wife, described by a New York psychologist, so dominated her husband that she actually placed their sexual relationship on a schedule, writing it down right between the weekly PTA meetings and the Thursday-night neighborhood card parties.
This dinner was the start of a new blatancy in the relationship between the gangs and the politicians, which, prior to 1924, says Pasley, `` had been maintained with more or less stealth '', but which henceforth was marked by these ostentatious gatherings, denounced by a clergyman as `` Belshazzar feasts '', at which `` politicians fraternized cheek by jowl with gangsters, openly, in the big downtown hotels ''.
Still, these guesses about the outcome of the struggle cannot be as important as the actual power relationship between the Soviet Union and ourselves.
The same taut-nerved relationship as there had been between the passengers on the plane now strained at the three of them here on the boat.
Tracing the blues from its African roots among the slaves who were brought to this country and the West Indies, he stressed the close relationship between the early jazz forms and the music of the Negro churches.
A strange relationship between Joan Fulbright and himself.
The relationship between altruistic behavior and happiness is bidirectional.
Linguistic anthropology ( also called anthropological linguistics ) seeks to understand the processes of human communications, verbal and non-verbal, variation in language across time and space, the social uses of language, and the relationship between language and culture.

relationship and legitimate
In the interim, the view had taken hold that the comparative method — previously used as a means of studying languages already known to be related and without any thought of classification — is the most effective means to establish genetic relationship, eventually hardening into the conviction that it is the only legitimate means to do so.
More accepted Parliament's right to declare Anne Boleyn the legitimate Queen of England, but he steadfastly refused to take the oath of supremacy of the Crown in the relationship between the kingdom and the church in England.
This double relationship would serve Charles well, as in 1485, when he was 17, she surrendered her rights in Cyprus, Armenia, and Jerusalem to young Charles, her next legitimate heir in line from King Janus of Cyprus and Armenia.
Luisa followed Pedro in his adventures, and despite never being recognized as his legitimate wife, had numerous possessions and was respected as a Dame, both for her relationship with de Alvarado and for her noble origin.
Despite their difficult relationship, and the events following Carloman's death, Charlemagne would later name his second legitimate son ' Carloman ' after his deceased brother.
Following Hegel's exploration of the relationship between history and violence, antimilistarists argue that there are different types of violence, some of which can be said to be legitimate others non-legitimate.
The court noted that the issue in itself allowed for an intervener with a legitimate purpose to come forth, and through the statute's requirement of first showing the relationship, second showing the rebuttal of the presumption, and finally judging the choice on the best interest of the child standard, the fundamental right of the parent was being given proper Due Process Requirements under the 14th Amendment Due Process Clause.
For example, if a man's wife ( or, in lines that are not restricted to legitimate children, his mistress ) was impregnated by a rapist or another lover, or was already pregnant when she married him, then a resulting son could be the next in the line, but have no genetic relationship to his predecessor.
Instead of applying " strict scrutiny " to Amendment 2 ( as Colorado Supreme Court had required ) Kennedy wrote that it did not even meet the much lower requirement of having a rational relationship to a legitimate government purpose:
: Its sheer breadth is so discontinuous with the reasons offered for it that the amendment seems inexplicable by anything but animus toward the class that it affects ; it lacks a rational relationship to legitimate state interests.
" But prominent scholars have expressed diametrically opposing views: " he stories about the promise given to the patriarchs in Genesis are not historical, nor do they intend to be historical ; they are rather historically determined expressions about Israel and Israel's relationship to its God, given in forms legitimate to their time, and their truth lies not in their facticity, nor in the historicity, but their ability to express the reality that Israel experienced.
Despite a great deal of evidence to the contrary, the judge agreed with his employer ’ s claim that there was no way to know if his relationship was legitimate.
In the United States, in order for a prescription for a controlled substance to be valid, it must be issued for a legitimate medical purpose by a licensed practitioner acting in the course of legitimate doctor-patient relationship.
For Aron, Max Weber's monopoly on the legitimate use of physical force held by the state in its internal affairs does not apply to the relationship between states.
According to Raymond Aron, international relations are characterized by the absence of the legitimate use of force in the relationship between states.
He is currently the leader of the Iraqi Constitutional Monarchy political party and claims to be the legitimate heir to the position of King of Iraq, based on his relationship to the last monarch, the late King Faisal II.
Fathers ' rights campaigners question the assumption that it can ever be legitimate for the state to collude in disrupting a loving and natural relationship between a father and his children.
In response, Bougainville Copper refused to accept the 1987 meeting as legitimate, and kept dealing with the original executive-a group of old men that they maintained a good working relationship with.
Among the standards established in this work are Mill's three basic liberties of individuals, his three legitimate objections to government intervention, and his two maxims regarding the relationship of the individual to society " which together form the entire doctrine of Essay.
" She also states that before no-fault divorce was legalized, " Expensive litigation strained court resources " and that " once you permit the courts to determine when a person ’ s desire to leave is legitimate, you open the way to arbitrary decisions about what is or should be tolerable in a relationship, made by people who have no stake in the actual lives being lived.
The complex relationship between father and son was also bound intrinsically to the transfer of family property: a legitimate son could expect to inherit the property of his father and, in return, was legally obligated to provide for his father in his old age.
Emperors maintain their power through death and through their relationship with the other 13 of the tarot ; The Queens ( who legitimate their rule and bear their heirs ).
In their letter to the President, the Danbury Baptists affirmed that " Our Sentiments are uniformly on the side of Religious Liberty — That Religion is at all times and places a matter between God and individuals — That no man ought to suffer in name, person, or effects on account of his religious Opinions — That the legitimate Power of civil government extends no further than to punish the man who works ill to his neighbor ..." This doctrine, known as the " wall of separation " or " strict separationism ," would later become highly influential in 20th century Supreme Court understandings of the relationship between church and state.

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