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universality and code
Newer WMO code forms are designed for portability, extensibility and universality.
Certain single-cell eukaryotes, such as Paramecium, are examples for exceptions to the universality of the genetic code: in their translation systems a few codons differ from the standard ones.
Hawkes, sociologist and author, addresses this “ dress code ” and the opportunity for a resistance: “ The universality of codes and their meanings allows for the of the mainstream ‘ messages ’ they convey and through this to illuminate the existence of alternative identities .”

universality and is
One of the central themes of Acts, indeed of the New Testament ( see also Great Commission ) is the universality of Christianity — the idea that Jesus's teachings were for all humanity — Jews and Gentiles alike.
This universality is closely related to the universality of the normal distribution.
Inspired by the Black Death, The Dance of Death, an allegory on the universality of death, is a common painting motif in the late medieval period.
The universality of many aspects of cellular life is often pointed to as supportive evidence to the more compelling evidence listed above.
Note that for any fixed w the function f ( x ) = F ( w x ) is computable ; thus the universality property states that all computable functions of one variable can be obtained in this fashion.
Christianity is characterized by its claim to universality, which marks a significant break from current Jewish identity and thought, but has its roots in Hellenistic Judaism.
Dance of Death, also variously called Danse Macabre ( French ), Danza de la Muerte ( Spanish ), Dansa de la Mort ( Catalan ), Danza Macabra ( Italian ), Dança da Morte ( Portuguese ), Totentanz ( German ), Dodendans ( Dutch ), Surmatants ( Estonian ), is an artistic genre of late-medieval allegory on the universality of death: no matter one's station in life, the Dance of Death unites all.
In other words, the general problem of Diophantine analysis is blessed or cursed with universality, and in any case is not something that will be solved except by re-expressing it in other terms.
According to Newton's law of gravity, and independently verified by experiments such as that of Eötvös and its successors ( see Eötvös experiment ), there is a universality of free fall ( also known as the weak equivalence principle, or the universal equality of inertial and passive-gravitational mass ): the trajectory of a test body in free fall depends only on its position and initial speed, but not on any of its material properties.
Given the universality of free fall, there is no observable distinction between inertial motion and motion under the influence of the gravitational force.
Although the bending of light can also be derived by extending the universality of free fall to light, the angle of deflection resulting from such calculations is only half the value given by general relativity.
" The universality of science in its broadest sense is about developing a truly global scientific community on the basis of equity and non-discrimination.
[...] Underpinning this broader concept of universality is the Principle of the Universality of Science ( ICSU Statute 5 ) which is more narrowly focused on the freedoms and responsibilities of science.
Hence, the uniqueness and universality of Christ the Savior are ‘ constitutive .’ As the son of God incarnate, Jesus is the center of history and the key to the entire procession of salvation, and his resurrection confers universal significance on his human existence.
Due to the timelessness and universality of letter writing, there is a wealth of letters and instructional materials ( for example, manuals, as in the medieval ars dictaminis ) on letter writing throughout history.
A more modern response to this criticism of concepts without sense-perception is the claim that the universality of its qualities is an unavoidable given because one only experiences an object by means of general concepts.
Formally, this sharing of dynamics is referred to as universality, and systems with precisely the same critical exponents are said to belong to the same universality class.
Generalizations of these theories form the basis for understanding the closely related phenomenon of superfluidity, because they fall into the Lambda transition universality class, but the extent to which similar generalizations can be applied to unconventional superconductors as well is still controversial.
The 1999 German film Tuvalu is mostly silent ; the small amount of dialog is an odd mix of European languages, increasing the film's universality.

universality and generally
The former view is the one adopted by Bentham and Mill, and ( I believe ) by the Utilitarian school generally: and is obviously most in accordance with the universality that is characteristic of their principle ... it seems arbitrary and unreasonable to exclude from the end, as so conceived, any pleasure of any sentient being.
Specific trends of modernism that are generally cited are formal purity, medium specificity, art for art's sake, authenticity, universality, originality and revolutionary or reactionary tendency, i. e. the avant-garde.
As a result, investigations of totemism generally declined ; those that were undertaken moved away from treatments of its universality ( or lack thereof ) and toward studies that considered totem systems in more specific contexts.
Below is a list of the advantages offered by Quasi Delay Insensitive ( QDI ) circuits, generally agreed to be the most " pure " form of asynchronous logic that retains computational universality.
By suggesting that such a sequence is universal ( meaning that “ all societies use rites to demarcate transitions ”), van Gennep made an important claim ( one that not many anthropologists make, as they generally tend to demonstrate cultural diversity while shying away from universality ).
Cultural psychology is distinct from cross-cultural psychology in that the cross-cultural psychologists generally use culture as a means of testing the universality of psychological processes rather than determining how local cultural practices shape psychological processes.

universality and regarded
Others disputed the universality of the displeasure ; and pointed out that ' the reason that the gambler does not always experience the form of the gambling ritual as an ego-alien action resides partly in the fact that ... gambling is not widely regarded as an abnormality '.

universality and by
There, it was first clearly shown that mean field theory approaches failed to predict the correct behavior at the critical point ( which was found to fall under a universality class that includes many other systems, such as liquid-gas transitions ), and had to be replaced by renormalization group theory.
The strong claims made by human rights to universality have led to persistent criticism.
On the basis of universality of physical law and the request for frames where the laws are most simply expressed, inertial frames are distinguished by the absence of such fictitious forces.
However, he believed that ' a painter must be part of the land and of the life he paints ', and his own artistic development, as a Modernist and Expressionist, helped articulate a modern Dublin of the 20th century, partly by depicting specifically Irish subjects, but also by doing so in the light of universal themes such as the loneliness of the individual, and the universality of the plight of man.
In fact, almost all material phase transitions are described by a small set of universality classes.
However, they believe such necessary universality can and should be achieved by developing a richer notion of morality through reason, experience and scientific inquiry rather than through faith in a supernatural realm or source.
The term " weakly universal " is sometimes used to distinguish a system ( e. g. a cellular automaton ) whose universality is achieved only by modifying the standard definition of Turing machine so as to include input streams with infinitely many 1s.
In 1980, Baez was given honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degrees by Antioch University and Rutgers University for her political activism and the " universality of her music ".
Legend is distinguished from the genre of chronicle by the fact that legends apply structures that reveal a moral definition to events, providing meaning that lifts them above the repetitions and constraints of average human lives and giving them a universality that makes them worth repeating through many generations.
In The Society of the Spectacle, Debord asserted ideology is " the abstract will to universality and the illusion thereof ," which is " legitimated in modern society by universal abstraction and by the effective dictatorship of illusion.
Further Dawkins distinguishes this process from the spread of scientific ideas, which, he suggests, is constrained by the requirement to conform with certain virtues of standard methodology: " testability, evidential support, precision, quantifiability, consistency, intersubjectivity, repeatability, universality, progressiveness, independence of cultural milieu, and so on ".
The problem of computational universality is solved in this case by keeping predefined jump tables in the memory.
Van Valin also departs from Chomskyan syntactic theory by denying the universality of the verb phrase.

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