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These and conceptions
These were lists, prepared by collating observations on the actions of substances one upon another, showing the varying degrees of affinity exhibited by analogous bodies for different reagents, and they retained their vogue for the rest of the century, until displaced by the profounder conceptions introduced by Claude Berthollet.
These other conceptions of the Wiccan god should not be regarded as displacing the Horned God, but rather as elaborating on various facets of his nature.
These can be contrasted as either univocal, or equivocal conceptions of freedom.
These holistic conceptions were championed by New Age spiritualists in a type of quantum mysticism that they claim justifies their spiritual beliefs, though quantum physicists themselves on the whole reject such attempts as being pseudoscientific.
These versions constitute two distinct ideological conceptions, not two variations of a single plan.
These traces and the flowing over of the movable elements are the most important conceptions in Beneke's psychology.
These two conceptions ( sociological and political ) of civil religion substantially overlap.
These more contemporary " normative conceptions " of what constitutes a manifestation of irrationality are difficult to demonstrate empirically because it is not clear by whose standards we are to judge the behavior rational or irrational.
These conceptions of land are at odds with those held by the nation states whose land the Akha now occupy.
These are supposed to be elements, or aspects of linguistic devices which indicate either ( dependent on which conceptions of " illocutionary force " and " illocutionary act " are adopted ) that the utterance is made with a certain illocutionary force, or else that it constitutes the performance of a certain illocutionary act.
These were lists, prepared by collating observations on the actions of substances one upon another, showing the varying degrees of affinity exhibited by analogous bodies for different reagents, and they retained their vogue for the rest of the century, until displaced by the profounder conceptions introduced by CL Berthollet.

These and manner
These programs are volumes of waste paper and lost hours if the citizens of a community must stand aside while land developers tell them when, where, and in what manner the community shall grow.
These trees differ from the birches ( Betula, the other genus in the family ) in that the female catkins are woody and do not disintegrate at maturity, opening to release the seeds in a similar manner to many conifer cones.
These ties, together with his ascetic manner and appearance ( a positive advantage to him at the sombre court of Leopold I ), ensured the refugee from the hated French king a warm welcome at Passau, and a position in Imperial service.
These foreign bodies can include pests or their droppings, hairs, cigarette butts, wood chips, and all manner of other contaminants.
These pieces are often harder to read by non-graffiti artists as the letters merge into one another in an often undecipherable manner.
** Inward-rectifier potassium channels: These channels allow potassium to flow into the cell in an inwardly rectifying manner, i. e., potassium flows effectively into, but not out of, the cell.
These theories, championed by the likes of Noam Chomsky and others, include innatism and Psychological nativism, in which a child is born prepared in some manner with these capacities, as opposed to other theories in which language is simply learned as other cognitive skills, including such mundane motor skills as learning to ride a bike.
These objects behave in a rather strange manner under deformations, and the properties they possess are completely different from those of objects in our universe.
These buildings were not constructed in the same manner as the pyramids in Egypt.
These are made as extremely thin ( 2 – 3 mm ) versions of the popular French fry, but are fried in the manner of regular salted potato chips.
These rules govern how an appeal may be commenced, what kind of notice ( if any ) is required, the types of briefs, pleadings or statements of case, motions, and orders allowed in appeals, the timing and manner of the appeal, the conduct of appellate hearings, the process for decisions, various available remedies, and how the courts and clerks must function.
These groups generally advocate ( d ) revising the party's platform, eliminating or altering the membership statement, and focusing on a politics-oriented approach aimed at presenting libertarianism to voters in what they deemed a " less threatening " manner.
These include the Otto Erdesz ' cutaway ' viola, which has one shoulder cut out to make shifting easier ; the ' Oak Leaf ' viola, which has two extra bouts ; viol-shaped violas such as Joseph Curtin's ' Evia ' model, which also utilizes a moveable neck and a maple-veneered carbon fibre back, to reduce weight: violas played in the same manner as cellos ( see vertical viola ); and the eye-catching " Dalí-esque " shapes of both Bernard Sabatier's violas in fractional sizes-which appear to have melted-and David Rivinus ' ' Pellegrina ' model violas.
These are used for dating in a manner similar to dendrochronology, and such techniques are used in combination with dendrochronology, to plug gaps and to extend the range of the seasonal data available to archaeologists and paleoclimatologists.
These needs were considerable, as the Duke was responsible for all manner of building projects.
These two points suggest that predators attacked in a selective manner, and the evolutionary arms race which this indicates is commonly cited as a cause of the Cambrian explosion of animal diversity and complexity.
These have taken various forms, interpreted in a scientific, rather than a wonder-filled manner, to accord with modern perceptions of reality.
These very large and complex compositions have been regarded ever since as among the supreme works of the grand manner of the High Renaissance, and the " classic art " of the post-antique West.
These critics admit his ability to evoke powerful and moving crowd scenes but argue that he lacked the ability to create memorable characters, in the manner of Honoré de Balzac or Charles Dickens and the ability to make his characters true to life.
" These findings revolutionized contemporary knowledge of chimpanzee behaviour, and were further evidence of the social similarities between humans and chimpanzees, albeit in a much darker manner.
These procedures and requirements are designed to provide importing Parties with the necessary information needed for making informed decisions about whether or not to accept LMO imports and for handling them in a safe manner.
These paintings — especially the Hell panel — are painted in a comparatively sketchy manner which contrasts with the traditional Flemish style of paintings, where the smooth surface — achieved by the application of multiple transparent glazes — conceals the brushwork.
These paintings epitomized, both in subject and scale, the type of painting with which Ingres was determined to make his reputation, but, as Philip Conisbee has written, " for all the high ideals that had been drummed into Ingres at the academies in Toulouse, Paris, and Rome, such commissions were exceptions to the rule, for in reality there was little demand for history paintings in the grand manner, even in the city of Raphael and Michelangelo.
These were brought together in Oxford's " Great Charter " in 1636, which gave the university the right to print " all manner of books.

These and which
These polar concerns ( imitation vs. formalism ) reflect a philosophical and religious situation which has been developing over a long period of time.
These are like the initial ways in which the world forces itself upon the self and thrusts the self into decision and choice.
These desires presuppose a sense of causally efficacious powers in which one is involved, some working for one's good, others threatening ill.
These institutions which Mr. Lyford names `` agreeable autocracies '' -- where did they come from??
These moments are historical events in the lives of individual authors with which the student of comparative literature must be frequently concerned.
These lectures formed the nucleus of a general survey of English development which took form afterward as A History Of England.
These have never gone out of style in Scandinavian homes and now seem to be reappearing here and there in shops which specialize in handicrafts.
These are mentalities which crave action -- and they are beginning to get it, as Messrs. Salsich and Engh report on page 372.
These seem about the only two ways in which the `` unhappy incident '' can now be closed.
These cases in which light is already visible at the other end of the tunnel are ones which over the next few years will absorb the bulk of our capital assistance.
These roads are largely of less than highway standards, and usually carry traffic which is related to use of the National Forests.
These services at which attendance is voluntary are led by the Chaplain, by the President of the College, by selected faculty members, students, and visitors.
These qualities endeared him to both the musicians and the social-economic haute monde which supported the concert world of the post-World War 1, era.
These are fluids which one would expect to be less viscoelastic or more Newtonian because of their lower molecular weight.
These are reasonable assumptions with low viscosity fluids suspended in high viscosity fluids which are subjected to low rates of shear.
These data lead to a structure in which sheets of Cr atoms lie between two sheets of O atoms.
These widely advertised products, which are used primarily for washing clothes, are based on high-sudsing, synthetic organic actives ( sodium alkylbenzenesulfonates ) and contain up to 50% by weight of sodium tripolyphosphate or a mixture of sodium tripolyphosphate and tetrasodium pyrophosphate.
These dosages could have been increased by increasing the source strength which was small in this case.
These are few and seemingly disjointed data, but they illustrate the important fact that fundamental alterations in conditioned reactions occur in a variety of states in which the hypothalamic balance has been altered by physiological experimentation, pharmacological action, or clinical processes.
These are defined by a simple involutorial transformation of the points in which a general line meets a nonsingular quadric surface bearing a curve of symbol Af.
These area reports will be followed, according to present plans, by a summary report, which will include a detailed statement on methods.
From here they proceeded to ( 3 ) These same areas in relation to their own future family life stages, developing these to the extent of examining various crises which could be expected to confront them at some time or other.
These differences in turn result from the fact that my Yokuts vocabularies were built up of terms selected mainly to insure unambiguity of English meaning between illiterate informants and myself, within a compact and uniform territorial area, but that Hoijer's vocabulary is based on Swadesh's second glottochronological list which aims at eliminating all items which might be culturally or geographically determined.

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