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The structural criterion requires that one who argues for or against a position should use an argument that meets the fundamental structural requirements of a well-formed argument, using premises that are compatible with one another, that do not contradict the conclusion, that do not assume the truth of the conclusion, and that are not involved in any faulty deductive inference.
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This type of material is not favored for solid masonry as it requires a great amount of mortar and can lack intrinsic structural strength.
There are two main perspectives on the origins and basis of nationalism, one is the primordialist perspective that describes nationalism as a reflection of the ancient and perceived evolutionary tendency of humans to organize into distinct grouping based on an affinity of birth ; the other is the modernist perspective that describes nationalism as a recent phenomenon that requires the structural conditions of modern society.
There are two major bodies of thought on the causes of nationalism, one is the modernist perspective that describes nationalism as a recent phenomenon that requires the structural conditions of modern society, in order to exist ; the other is the primordialist perspective that describes nationalism as a reflection of the ancient and perceived evolutionary tendency of humans to organize into distinct grouping based on an affinity of birth.
In general, single-crystal X-ray diffraction offers more structural information than these other techniques ; however, it requires a sufficiently large and regular crystal, which is not always available.
Aerobatic flying requires a broader set of piloting skills and exposes the aircraft to greater structural stress than for normal flight.
The great advantage of directed evolution is that it requires no prior structural knowledge of a protein, nor is it necessary to be able to predict what effect a given mutation will have.
An aircraft can most easily evade freezing rain by moving into warmer air — under most conditions, this requires aircraft to descend, which it can usually do safely and easily even with a moderate accumulation of structural ice.
In these cases increasing the landing weight requires either structural modifications or else re-testing the aircraft to demonstrate that the certification requirements are still met at the higher landing weight.
This requires new ways of communicating this structural information to the broader research community.
This body style has an open feel, but requires extra underbody strengthening for structural rigidity.
Holding infiltration to acceptable levels requires a higher standard of maintenance than necessary for structural integrity considerations of combined sewers.
During this stage new organelles are being synthesized, so the cell requires both structural proteins and enzymes, resulting in a great amount of protein synthesis and a high rate of metabolism in the cell.
The new RS-68A is also planned to be used throughout the entire Delta IV family, where at 106 % thrust it will provide a roughly 7 – 11 % improvement in GTO payload ( although this higher power level may require structural changes ; running the engine at the current 102 % produces a smaller improvement but requires less modification ).
Directly detecting the use of gene therapy usually requires the discovery of recombinant proteins or gene insertion vectors, while most indirect methods involve examining the athlete in an attempt to detect bodily changes or structural differences between endogenous and recombinant proteins.
* Urban interface: The Interface zone where man-made structures inter-mingle with wildlands, creating risk of structural involvement in a wildland fire incident and wildland fire involvement in structure fires, each of which requires different equipment, training and tactics.
Unlike traditional wood beam construction, no additional structural support other than temporary scaffolding is required for openings, doors, windows, or utilities though modifying the structure after the concrete cures requires special concrete cutting tools.
While Horizontal Fiscal Imbalance requires equalization transfers, Vertical Fiscal Imbalance is a structural issue and thus needs to be corrected by re-assignment of revenue and expenditure responsibilities between the two senior order of the governments.
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Schnabel's emphasis on structural clarity, his innate rhythmic vibrancy, and impetuous intensity all tend to stamp his reading as a symphonic one.
On large-area units, where additional structural requirements are imposed, one recent approach utilizes modular extruded or formed channels ( e.g. right-angled corrugations ) of the acrylic or butyrate.
It was even all right sometimes to use the faulty forms of the verb " to be ," as long as one was aware of their structural limitations.
This anatomic zonation can be appreciated at the microscopic level, where each zone can be recognized and distinguished from one another based on structural and anatomic characteristics.
Each one is chosen for its aesthetic effect and structural strength, and such choice can also play a significant role in determining the instrument's timbre.
At the end of the century, the administration of the city hall and the city underwent diverse structural changes with the opening of several avenues, hospitals, cultural spaces and it became one of the main tourist destinations in the Northeast and in Brazil.
A final common structural theme among GPCRs is palmitoylation of one or more sites of the C-terminal tail or the intracellular loops.
This positive cooperative binding is achieved through steric conformational changes of the hemoglobin protein complex as discussed above ; i. e., when one subunit protein in hemoglobin becomes oxygenated, a conformational or structural change in the whole complex is initiated, causing the other subunits to gain an increased affinity for oxygen.
Writes economist Guy Standing: " the ILO quietly ceased to be an international body attempting to redress structural inequality and became one promoting employment equity.
Snorri ’ s own usage, however, seems to fit the looser sense: “ Snorri uses the term " kenning " to refer to a structural device, whereby a person or object is indicated by a periphrastic description containing two or more terms ( which can be a noun with one or more dependent genitives or a compound noun or a combination of these two structures )” ( Faulkes ( 1998 a ), p. xxxiv ).
The technical problem is a largely structural one since access to protected information must be provided only to the intended recipient and at least one third party.
On the DVD commentary, Gilliam expresses great pride in one set in particular, the main hall of Pilate's fortress, which had been designed so that it accurately looked like an old Judean temple that the Romans had converted by dumping their structural artifacts ( such as marble floors and columns ) on top.
In essential structural characteristics, as well as in general appearance and habits, all the animals of this genus very closely resemble each other, so whether they should be considered as belonging to one, two, or more species is a matter of controversy among naturalists.
:* Nanotechnology – rigorously, the study of materials where the effects of quantum confinement, the Gibbs – Thomson effect, or any other effect only present at the nanoscale is the defining property of the material ; but more commonly, it is the creation and study of materials whose defining structural properties are anywhere from less than a nanometer to one hundred nanometers in scale, such as molecularly engineered materials.
In many forms of poetry, stanzas are interlocking, so that the rhyming scheme or other structural elements of one stanza determine those of succeeding stanzas.
Because individual PET scans are more expensive than " conventional " imaging with computed tomography ( CT ) and magnetic resonance imaging ( MRI ), expansion of FDG-PET in cost-constrained health services will depend on proper health technology assessment ; this problem is a difficult one because structural and functional imaging often cannot be directly compared, as they provide different information.
As one of the first of the structural analysis of language, which became the dominant trend of linguistics during the first half of the twentieth-century, Jakobson was among the most influential linguists of the century.
On the one hand, agricultural funds the Common Agricultural Policy of the European Union ( CAP ) is spread across more countries ( the Eastern Europe countries have a significant agricultural sector ), on the other, the structural and cohesion funds have declined inevitably due to the Spanish economic success ( since their income has progressed strongly in absolute terms ) and due to the incorporation of less developed countries, lowers the average income per capita ( or GDP per capita ), so that Spanish regions relatively less developed, have come to be in the European average or even above it.
On a large scale, structural geology is the study of the three dimensional relationships of stratigraphic units to one another within terranes of rock or within geological regions.
Often it is recommended that each loop should only have one entry point ( and in the original structural programming, also only one exit point, and a few languages enforce this ).