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whole and situation
Whereas his references to Judah are of a general kind, Ephraim or Samaria being sometimes mentioned in the same connection or more frequently alone, the situation implied throughout and the whole tone of the addresses agree with what we know of the Northern Kingdom at the time, and his references to places and events in that kingdom are so numerous and minute as to lead to the conclusion that he not only prophesied there, but that he was a native of that part of the country.
In playing a particular hand of poker, a freeroll is a situation that arises ( usually when only two players remain ) before the last card has been dealt, in which one player is guaranteed to at least split the pot with his opponent no matter what the final cards are, but where there is some chance he can win the whole pot if certain final cards are dealt.
It almost certainly will come some very strong reactions from the markets, which only will confirm that if in Spain eventually rise the crisis, the whole world will suffer the same fate, and nobody wants that situation, so that in the medium term despite all these financial reactions must moderate and the economic performance of Spain and Europe should return to normal and growth.
At the end of the six months Pretorius, after a stormy meeting of the volksraad, apparently in disgust at the whole situation, resigned the presidency of the Transvaal.
" James declared that " There is only one person to blame for this whole situation, and that is me ", and asked that his wife and children one day " find it in their hearts to forgive me " for their current " pain and embarrassment ".
His handling of the situation earned him praise from King Carol I, who sent Crown Prince ( future monarch ) Ferdinand to congratulate him in front of the whole garrison.
An F with a double sharp applied raises it a whole step so it is enharmonically equivalent to a G. Usage varies on how to notate the situation in which a note with a double sharp is followed in the same measure by a note with a single sharp: some publications simply use the single accidental for the latter note, whereas others use a combination of a natural and a sharp, with the natural being understood to apply to only the second sharp.
Despite the difficult situation, Bruckner never complained or rebelled ; a belief of inferiority was to remain one of Bruckner's main personal characteristics during his whole life.
The part gains its cultural significance by its place in the whole, and cannot retain its integrity in a different situation.
There are only indirect clues regarding the population structure under the Menteşe and the parts played in it by Turkish migration from inland regions and by local conversions, but the first Ottoman Empire census records indicate, in a situation not atypical for the region as a whole, a large Muslim ( practically exclusively Turkish ) majority reaching as high as 99 % and a non-Muslim minority ( practically exclusively Greek supplemented with a small Jewish community in Milas ) as low as one per cent.
This situation probably persisted during the whole Palaeolithic age.
If the two or more ratio quantities encompass all of the quantities in a particular situation, for example two apples and three oranges in a fruit basket containing no other types of fruit, it could be said that " the whole " contains five parts, made up of two parts apples and three parts oranges.
Sotomayor noted that events such as Juror 8 entering a similar knife into the proceeding, doing outside research into the case matter in the first place, and ultimately the jury as a whole making broad, wide ranging assumptions far beyond the scope of reasonable doubt ( such as the inferences regarding the " Old Woman " wearing glasses ) would never be allowed to occur in a real life jury situation, and would in fact have yielded a mistrial.
However, the Carthaginian authorities waited until the whole army had gathered at Carthage then send them off to Sicca, planning to plead with the whole army to forego their unpaid wages by pointing out the dire financial situation of Carthage.
In this situation, more than one person provides direction to the group as a whole.
The whole situation resembles very closely that of Bérénice, in which two men, the Emperor Titus and King Antiochus, are in love with the heroine ; Bérénice, for her part, is in love with Titus and regards Antiochus as her dearest friend.
The whole southern sector of maritime Flanders was soon in French hands, but the strategic situation abruptly changed when Prince Charles of Lorraine led 70, 000 Imperial troops across the Rhine and into Alsace.
There was a major breakdown of law an order in several cities and regions, and the situation threatened to escalate into a cataclysmic disintegration of the country as whole areas began to be ethnically cleansed amidst threats of regions seceding from the country and leaving central Kenya " an Island like Lesotho ".
The force of the current then pushes the whole body underwater, becoming a deadly situation in a matter of seconds.
But I want to tell everybody that I have a completely opposite attitude towards the whole situation, Yulia's project included.
Lizzie then kisses Gordo as thanks for being there for her throughout the whole Paolo situation.
The death of Elizabeth of Russia in January 1762 changed the whole political situation in Europe.
In fact, Marx argues that the whole purpose of production in this situation becomes the growth of capital, i. e. that production of output becomes conditional on capital accumulation.

whole and deteriorated
* Raise dead: The power to revive a deceased character, as long as their remains are roughly whole and have not deteriorated beyond a certain point.
Numerous shops have sprung up ; the infrastructure and houses have deteriorated and the whole place has degraded.
For example, they regard the contemporary value system of Japanese society as existentially deteriorated, overtly self-centered, with little consideration of fundamental moral virtues, traditional heritage, or common and public good of the society as a whole.

whole and such
The whole purpose of Man's Hope is to portray the tragic dialectic between means and ends inherent in all organized political violence -- and even when such violence is a necessary and legitimate self-defense of liberty, justice and human dignity.
He and other Soviet leaders responsible for the document were proud of having brought forward some new formulas, such as the early replacement of the dictatorship of the proletariat by an `` All People's State '', and also of having laid down the lines for a much greater `` democratization '' of the whole hierarchy of Soviets, starting with the Supreme Soviet itself.
The furor was such that people who could not possibly have squirmed their way into the rehearsals were pretending that they were intimate with the whole affair and that it would be sensational.
No corporation engaged in commerce shall acquire, directly or indirectly, the whole or any part of the stock or other share capital of another corporation engaged also in commerce, where the effect of such acquisition may be to substantially lessen competition between the corporation whose stock is so acquired and the corporation making the acquisition, or to restrain such commerce in any section or community, or tend to create a monopoly of any line of commerce.
`` We, the Subscribers, do agree, that as soon as a convenient Number of Persons have subscribed to this, or a similar Writing, We will present a petition to the Hon'ble General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, praying for an Act incorporating into a Body politic the subscribers to such Writing with Liberty to build such a Bridge, and a Right to demand a Toll equal to that received at Malden Bridge, and on like Terms, and if such an Act shall be obtained, then we severally agree each with the others, that we will hold in the said Bridge the several shares set against our respective Names, the whole into two hundred shares being divided, and that we will pay such sums of Money at such Times and in such Manners, as by the said proposed Corporation, shall be directed and required ''.
Pope Pius 12, declared in 1951 that it is possible to be exempt from the normal obligation of parenthood for a long time and even for the whole duration of married life, if there are serious reasons, such as those often mentioned in the so-called medical, eugenic, economic and social `` indications ''.
And Mr. Skyros didn't like Angie, but what with Prettyman and three of his boys inside, and not likely to come out -- And Angie such a valuable salesman, Prettyman said -- All the nuisance and danger of getting in touch with practically a whole new bunch of boys -- Why did everything have to happen at once??
Lincoln declared that such an amendment would " clinch the whole matter ".
Words primarily used in Austria are Jänner ( January ) rather than Januar, heuer ( this year ) rather than dieses Jahr, Stiege ( stairs ) instead of Treppe, Rauchfang ( chimney ) instead of Schornstein, many administrative, legal and political terms – and a whole series of foods and vegetables such as: Erdäpfel ( potatoes ) German Kartoffeln ( but Dutch Aardappel ), Schlagobers ( whipped cream ) German Schlagsahne, Faschiertes ( ground beef ) German Hackfleisch, Fisolen ( green beans ) German Gartenbohne ( but Czech fazole and Italian fagioli ), Karfiol ( cauliflower ) German Blumenkohl ( but Italian cavolfiore ), Kohlsprossen ( Brussels sprouts ) German Rosenkohl, Marillen ( apricots ) German Aprikosen but Slovak marhuľa, Paradeiser ( tomatoes ) German Tomaten, Palatschinken ( pancakes ) German Pfannkuchen ( but Czech palačinky ), Topfen ( a semi-sweet cottage cheese ) German Quark and Kren ( horseradish ) German Meerrettich ( but Czech křen ).
These Lambeth Conferences have been held roughly every 10 years since 1878 ( the second such conference ) and remain the most visible coming-together of the whole Communion.
He asks that none of his work should be reproduced in whole or in part, and even further that libraries containing such copies of his work remove them.
New construction benefited the whole economy, as the development of the tourism sector also spawned new businesses such as restaurants, bars and other tourist-oriented enterprises.
As a result, schemes such as Partial Packet Discard ( PPD ) and Early Packet Discard ( EPD ) have been created that will discard a whole series of cells until the next packet starts.
# the theory that the whole consists of indivisible atoms ( whereas, in fact, none such exist ),
By construction, h extends to the whole upper hemisphere of S < sup > n </ sup >, and as such is null-homotopic.
Another occurred in issue 2674, dated 16 October 1993, when the whole comic was now printed in full colour, along with some new strips such as The Numskulls, which had been moved from The Beezer.
In other places, such as Alaska, borough designates a whole region ; Alaska's largest borough, the North Slope Borough, is comparable in area to the entire United Kingdom.
One modern example of such an ascending valve is the Yamaha YSL-350C trombone, in which the extra valve tubing is normally engaged to pitch the instrument in Bb, and pressing the thumb lever removes a whole step to pitch the instrument in C. Valves require regular lubrication.
Islam on the whole accepts capital punishment, and the Abbasid Caliphs in Baghdad, such as Al-Mu ' tadid, were often cruel in their punishments.

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