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Then, using his fingers, he takes some of the blessed oil floating on the surface of the baptismal water and anoints the catechumen on the forehead, breast, shoulders, ears, hands and feet.
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Then, using the periodic Bernoulli function P < sub > n </ sub > defined above and repeating the argument on the interval, one can obtain an expression of ƒ ( 1 ).
Then it would be that by recursion ( using the axiom of countable choice ) that a sequence of polynomials could be found so that, letting of minimal degree.
Then, in 1915, William Henry Bragg and William Lawrence Bragg, a British father-son pair, shared this Nobel Prize for their discoveries in the reverse problem-determining the structure of crystals using X-rays.
Then, on paper, they bought $ 200 worth of each, for a total bet of $ 1, 000, using the prices on September 29, 1980, as an index.
Then Socrates goes on to demonstrate the contrary of the commonly accepted part using the law of noncontradiction.
Then, using information in its routing table or routing policy, it directs the packet to the next network on its journey.
Then Merlin, using " gear " and skill, easily dismantled the stones and sent them over to Britain, where Stonehenge was dedicated.
⟨ H ⟩, be the group generated by H. Then the word problem in H < sup >*</ sup > is solvable: given two words h, k in the generators H of H < sup >*</ sup >, write them as words in X and compare them using the solution to the word problem in G. It is easy to think that this demonstrates a uniform solution the word problem for the class K ( say ) of finitely generated groups that can be embedded in G. If this were the case the non-existence of a universal solvable word problem group would follow easily from Boone-Rogers.
Then the trace of the identity matrix is the dimension of the space ; this leads to generalizations of dimension using trace.
Then write a review without using any of the following words: " Progressive rock ", " Genesis ", " Fish ", " heavy metal ", " dinosaurs ", " predictable ", " concept album ".
Then, using physical arguments, one derives a suitable " fundamental volume " for the particular system to reflect the fact that quantum mechanical microstates are discretely distributed on the phase space.
Then, using a simple greedy algorithm, the easy knapsack can be solved using O ( n ) arithmetic operations, which decrypts the message.
Examples: William Faulkner in A Rose for Emily ( Faulkner was an avid experimenter in using unusual points of view-see his Spotted Horses, told in third person plural ); Frank B. Gilbreth and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey in Cheaper By the Dozen ; Frederik Pohl in Man Plus ; and more recently, Jeffrey Eugenides in his novel The Virgin Suicides and Joshua Ferris in Then We Came to the End.
Then, detailed study was undertaken to determine the painting's original form, using scientific tests ( especially infrared reflectoscopy and microscopic core-samples ), and original cartoons preserved in the Royal Library at Windsor Castle.
Then and fingers
Then, in 1915, a terrible accident during harvesttime seals Edith's fate: Her father's hands get entangled in a machine, and nine of his fingers are chopped off.
Then wiggle the fingers upwards ( to show the rain drying in the sun ), and repeat the thumb / index finger movement to indicate the spider climbing up the spout.
Then in February 1989, Barry's brother Kendall Windham appeared to have joined them and even held up the four fingers after turning on Eddie Gilbert during a tag team match.
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Then, when Macbeth approaches, Banquo, having had dreams about Macbeth's deeds, takes back his sword as a precaution in this case.
Then only, when the voice of duty takes the place of physical impulses and right of appetite, does man, who so far had considered only himself, find that he is forced to act on different principles, and to consult his reason before listening to his inclinations.
Then, when it has acquired strength, it takes up that nest in which are the bones of its parent, and bearing these it passes from the land of Arabia into Egypt, to the city called Heliopolis.
Then, a hand from off-screen ignites the bottom of the Peace Tower with a match and it takes off like a rocket.
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Then a procession takes place circling around the outside of the church, recreating the journey of the Myrrh Bearers as they journeyed to the Tomb of Jesus on the first Easter morning.
Let X be a g-dimensional torus given as X = V / L where V is a complex vector space of dimension g and L is a lattice in V. Then X is an abelian variety if and only if there exists a positive definite hermitian form on V whose imaginary part takes integral values on L × L.
Then for every other c < sub > 2 </ sub > in the fiber of x, there is precisely one deck transformation that takes c < sub > 1 </ sub > to c < sub > 2 </ sub >.
Then a chair is placed for the bishop in Golgotha behind the Cross, which is now standing ; the bishop duly takes his seat in the chair, and a table covered with a linen cloth is placed before him ; the deacons stand round the table, and a silver-gilt casket is brought in which is the holy wood of the Cross.
Then everyone enters the church and takes from the hand of the priest the holy fire, then goes home to light the fire in the fireplace.
The Minstrel seldom appeared in later issues, due to the difficulty of creating his dialogue-" Mark takes a stance, and if by chance / The Minstrel doesn't vanish, / Then Mark will go, and Sergio / can write this stuff in Spanish.
Then, after she takes on the Parliament Robe of State and Imperial State Crown in the Robing Chamber, the Queen proceeds through the Royal Gallery to the House of Lords, usually accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh and immediately preceded by the Lord Great Chamberlain and the Earl Marshal, and by one peer ( usually the Leader of the House of Lords ) carrying the Cap of Maintenance on a white rod, and another peer ( generally a retired senior military officer ) carrying the Great Sword of State.
Then, the double header turns tragic when Sugar Ramos takes the world Featherweight title away from Davey Moore, who would later die of the injuries suffered in the bout.
Then he takes their souls to hell, and makes sure that they get the punishment that Waheguru decrees once he judges them.
( For example, one such Agatha Christie mystery ( And Then There Were None ) takes place on a small island during a storm ; another on a train stalled in the mountains and surrounded by new-fallen, unmarked snow.
Then, no more than a page or two into the story, Mr. Mulliner effectively takes over the narration of the tale, describing the events that befell the relative in question.
Then takes place the onset of contraction of the diaphragm, which results in expansion of the intrapleural space and an increase in negative pressure according to Boyle's Law.
Then she and Frasier find themselves sharing common interests with hard-working waitress Carla's son Ludlow Tortelli ( Jarrett Lennon ), like opera, and spending time with him, which takes away Carla's time with Ludlow.
Then, with the urge to try to get Hare to love her, Mari takes him around to find how love really is, where they learn the true story behind the baka couple.