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severe and yet
However, in some cases a very severe version misdemeanour may be punished with imprisonment of more than one year, yet the crime itself remains considered a misdemeanour.
Notable names in mid-century modern design include Adrian Frutiger, designer of the typefaces Univers and Frutiger ; Paul Rand, who, from the late 1930s until his death in 1996, took the principles of the Bauhaus and applied them to popular advertising and logo design, helping to create a uniquely American approach to European minimalism while becoming one of the principal pioneers of the subset of graphic design known as corporate identity ; and Josef Müller-Brockmann, who designed posters in a severe yet accessible manner typical of the 1950s and 1970s era.
However, desertion had become a systemic problem in France, and the surprise German offensive through the Ardennes began on 16 December with severe U. S. casualties, pocketing several battalions and straining the morale of the infantry to the greatest extent yet seen during the war.
Certain forms of severe stress and Physical trauma can increase levels for a brief time as well yet rarely exceeds 120 mg / dl.
Luke ends up in the crystal cave himself-and Merlin, after yet another uncanny encounter with a shape-shifting werewolf ( which escapes, minus an ear and with severe burns ) and that appears to be backed by Mask.
Scientists do not yet understand the long-term impacts of coral bleaching, but they do know that bleaching leaves corals vulnerable to disease, stunts their growth, and affects their reproduction, while severe bleaching kills them.
This ultimately served as a severe disadvantage to the men who had yet to see combat.
For example, one could be inching along ever so slowly in reality, yet it would seem as if one were sprinting uncontrollably along a moving walkway, leading to severe, overwhelming disorientation.
Romano, although seriously injured, was able to walk to the ambulance once it arrived, yet died two days later due to severe head trauma.
Cerebral babesiosis is suspected in vivo when neurological signs ( often severe ) are seen in cattle that are positive for B. bovis on blood smear, but this has yet to be proven scientifically.
The Los Angeles Times called the photographs " beautiful ... graceful, charming, and elegant ," yet accurately predicted, in a severe understatement of what actually happened, that the book " may start ( an ) uproar.
When someone made a joke about his severe visage, and some of the local politicians he was not on good terms with laughed in response, he remarked, " My frown never yet made any of you sad, but these jolly men have given you plenty of sorrow.
Anger has finished writing Hollywood Babylon III, but has not yet published it, fearing severe legal repercussions if he did so.
If retained, yet further differentiation may be made on the basis of how much subjection to criticism they have received, how severe such criticism has been, and how probable the theory is, with the least probable theory that still withstands attempts to falsify it being the one to be preferred.
* Sometimes severe " pin-prick " itching in the affected areas ; usually when the person's body temperature is elevated by exercise or a hot / warm environment, but the person hasn't started sweating yet.
The Antis were not dead yet, though ; two years later, the split between the two camps was more severe.
This light-armed people, relying more on their activity than on their strength, cannot struggle for the field of battle, enter into close engagement, or endure long and severe actions ... though defeated and put to flight on one day, they are ready to resume the combat on the next, neither dejected by their loss, nor by their dishonour ; and although, perhaps, they do not display great fortitude in open engagements and regular conflicts, yet they harass the enemy by ambuscades and nightly sallies.
After this, yet another inconsistent period followed that saw only 2 wins in 9 games and saw the club's play-off aspirations take a severe hit.
While it is not yet known precisely how the Pompeii worm survives these severe vent conditions, scientists suspect the answer lies in the fleece-like bacteria on the worm's back ; this layer may be up to a centimetre thick.
Recurrent wheezing and asthma are more common among individuals who suffered severe RSV infection during the first few months of life than among controls ; whether RSV infection sets up a process that leads to recurrent wheezing or whether those already predisposed to asthma are more likely to become severely ill with RSV has yet to be determined.
Azotemia is another word that refers to high levels of urea, but is used primarily when the abnormality can be measured chemically but is not yet so severe as to produce symptoms.
The extinction does not coincide with the end of the last ice age but does coincide however, with a minor yet severe climatic reversal that lasted for about 1, 000 – 1, 250 years, the Younger Dryas ( GS1-Greenland Stadial 1 ), characterized by glacial readvances and severe cooling globally, a brief interlude in the continuing warming subsequent to the termination of the last major ice age ( GS2 ), thought to have been due to a shutdown of the thermohaline circulation in the ocean due to huge influxes of cold fresh water from the preceding sustained glacial melting during the warmer Interstadial ( GI1-Greenland Interstadial 1-ca.
PearGUI's incompleteness annoys many users and its ' Create Disk Image ' feature is not yet complete ( a severe shortcoming ), but many users have praised its GUI.

severe and harmonious
The works that can with certainty be ascribed to his own brush are remarkable for their sincerity, severe drawing and harmonious color, but comparatively few of the two thousand or more portraits that bear his name are wholly his own handiwork.
Maldives is lucky to be remaining as a safe and harmonious country as severe storms are rare made by its location in the equatorial belt.

severe and vases
Mansart's elevations for the pavilions were to be frescoed to designs adapted from a suite that Le Brun had recently drawn and the frescoed exteriors of the otherwise somewhat severe buildings created a richly Baroque ensemble of feigned sculptures against draperies and hangings, with vases on feigned sculptural therms against the piers — all in the somewhat eclectic Olympian symbolism that Le Brun and the King favoured everywhere at Versailles: the decor of the pavillon du Roi featured Apollo, the Sun King's iconographic persona, and Thetis.

severe and previous
A kindling effect also occurs in alcoholics whereby each subsequent withdrawal syndrome is more severe than the previous withdrawal episode ; this is due to neuroadaptations which occur as a result of periods of abstinence followed by re-exposure to alcohol.
This was in part due to the sudden switching of troops from the Rhine to reinforce Prince Eugene in Italy, and part due to the deterioration of Baden ’ s health brought on by the re-opening of a severe foot wound he had received at the storming of the Schellenberg the previous year.
The previous record, 13, 200 cubic metres poured in 54 hours despite a severe tropical storm requiring the site to be covered with tarpaulins to allow work to continue, was achieved in 1992 by joint Japanese and South Korean consortiums Hazama Corporation and the Samsung C & T Corporation for the construction of the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
This was followed by the Little Ice Age, from the 13th or 14th century to the mid 19th century, which was a period of significant cooling, though not everywhere as severe as previous times during neoglaciation.
To counter these inadequacies and keep the population in line, the Qing government maintained a very harsh penal code towards the Han populace, but it was no more severe than previous Chinese dynasties.
Many accused the Raiders defense of being overly aggressive, especially Atkinson, who inflicted a severe concussion on Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Lynn Swann in the previous season's AFC Championship Game.
* March – End of the severe frost in Britain, starting the previous December, during which the Thames was frozen in London, and the sea as far as out from land freezes over.
* The first in a decade-long series of severe famines and epidemics sweep central and southeastern China during the Ming Dynasty, made worse by a previous decision in 1527 to cut back on the intake of grain quotas for granaries.
These hurricanes were not as severe as those of the previous decade and many residents did not lose power.
More recent floods have occurred approximately every nine years: in 1962, 1974, 1989, 1994, 2000 and 2007, although those in 2007 were not as severe as previous floods.
A previous fatal but unrelated train accident occurred at Eschede on 4 August 1897 ; the express train from Hamburg derailed causing 3 fatalities and 20 severe injuries.
Criticism was less severe in Europe and Asia though many commentators were not as lavish with their praise as they had been with previous Kitano films.
With severe manpower shortages, North's government passed an act abandoning previous statutes placing restrictions on Catholics serving in the military.
The company released Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning in February 2012, but just three months later, Schilling laid off his entire staff amid severe financial troubles that resulted in the company missing payroll the previous week.
However, he was apparently unaware of Harlow ’ s ill health during the previous year: a severe sunburn, bad flu attack and septicemia after a wisdom tooth extraction.
On May 26, 2006, Ayling dismissed Taylor from the company over severe problems and inaccuracies in previous years ' accounting.
Due to medical advances, warfare in the 21st century tends to yield more survivors with severe injuries which soldiers in previous wars would have died from.
He realised that the farmland nearby depended on the water of Xī Hú, but due to the negligence of previous governors, the old dyke had collapsed, and the lake so dried out that the local farmers were suffering from severe drought.
During the early 1960s, as part of the West Coast Main Line electrification, the bridge carrying the A409 road ( The Bridge / Station Approach ) over the railway was rebuilt easing the previous severe road gradients and offering higher clearance over the tracks to allow for overhead cabling.
As one of the most remote provinces in Afghanistan and an area that saw much devastation in previous years, Paktika suffers from a severe lack of critical infrastructure.
The examples cited include those living amidst skewed sex ratios caused by the death of many men in a war or preferential abandonment or abortion of females ( the latter is particularly severe in China and India ); prisoners ; those without access to the money needed to deal with a child ; those denied the right to marry by social norms like widows in certain Hindu communities or younger sisters in societies that call for the oldest to be married first ; women whose families lack money for the dowries required by their society ; people who would lose their jobs if they were known to be sexually active like apprentices and journeymen in certain trades in Medieval Europe, or certain Western domestic servant or educator positions prior to the previous centuries ; and, also, men castrated against their will.
Although American casualties in Operation Lüttich were significantly lighter than in previous operations, certain sectors of the front, notably the positions held by the 30th Division around Mortain, took severe casualties.
When applied to large statistical populations, prognostic estimates can be very accurate: for example the statement " 45 % of patients with severe septic shock will die within 28 days " can be made with some confidence, because previous research found that this proportion of patients died.
By 1949, after a severe drought the previous year, the industry was plagued with debts.

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