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These contacts resulted in three of Mottram's best-known critical books-William Burroughs: the algebra of need ( 1971, British edition 1977 ), Allen Ginsberg in the Sixties ( 1972 ) and Paul Bowles: staticity & terror ( 1976 ).
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These contacts and the common plight subsequently led to a rapprochement between the Western supporters of the Nicene creed and the homoousios and the Eastern semi-Arians.
These contacts were often with the help of Drybow / Dribu, a leader and spokesman of the wig – men, a most intelligent man of goodwill, with a quiet authority that brought forth friendly cooperation.
These variations in specificity are the result of interatomic contacts with local residues near the active sites of each subunit.
These inappropriate contacts are called interferences, and if present, they can cause a patient to subconsciously avoid those motions, as they will provoke a painful response.
These contacts usually consist first of the bump or pass so that the ball's trajectory is aimed towards the player designated as the setter ; second of the set ( usually an over-hand pass using wrists to push finger-tips at the ball ) by the setter so that the ball's trajectory is aimed towards a spot where one of the players designated as an attacker can hit it, and third by the attacker who spikes ( jumping, raising one arm above the head and hitting the ball so it will move quickly down to the ground on the opponent's court ) to return the ball over the net.
These discussions led to unofficial contacts with the British Northern Ireland Office under the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Peter Brooke, and with the government of the Republic under Charles Haughey – although both governments maintained in public that they would not negotiate with terrorists.
These organizations are partly social, partly professional in nature and provide professionals with opportunities for advanced education, presentations on current research, business contacts, public advocacy for the profession and other advantages.
These contacts immediately led to the dispatch of multiple embassies from the Chinese, which helped to develop the Silk Road.
These children are a significant source of infection to other infants and, more importantly, to pregnant female contacts.
These missions were successful establishing contacts with Indian nationalists in exile in Thailand and Malaya, supporting the establishment and organisation of the Indian Independence League.
These particular switches have three banks of contacts ; what appear to be continuous arcs of metal might be shields ; individual contacts are hidden.
These sync modes close the contacts a few milliseconds before the shutter is open, to give the flashbulb time to reach peak brightness before exposing the film.
These measurements have been used to measure nanoscale contacts, atomic bonding, Van der Waals forces, and Casimir forces, dissolution forces in liquids and single molecule stretching and rupture forces.
These also included people with political contacts ( especially during the Third Reich, people who insured that National Socialist attitudes would prevail at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institutes.
These reforms, and his reputation and top-level contacts in the U. S. and Europe, helped him to mobilize $ 20 billion in new loans from the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
( These groups had contacts with some conservative politicians, among whom were Laval and Marshal Philippe Pétain.
These contacts occurred with the opening of the Silk Road in the 2nd century BC, following the travels of Zhang Qian between 138 and 126 BC.
" These contacts were very beneficial, enabling research taking place from all over the world to link up in meaningful ways and, in a sense, helping establish an international hydrological community.
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These Greek city-states reached great levels of prosperity that resulted in an unprecedented cultural boom, that of classical Greece, expressed in architecture, drama, science, mathematics and philosophy, and nurtured in Athens under a democratic government.
These early drinking records involved drinking beer from challenging vessels such as the yard glass, which, if not correctly mastered, resulted in the user receiving a blast of beer in his or her face.
These large-scale technological program demonstrations were joined by integrated circuit research, which resulted in submicrometre electronic technology and electron devices that evolved into the Very Large Scale Integration ( VLSI ) Program and the Congressionally mandated charged particle beam program.
These left him with a noticeable asymmetry during facial expression and resulted in his difficulty in eating or speaking ( he could not pronounce some consonants such as the letter ' r ').
These discussions resulted in the formation of the Green Mountain Boys, with local militia companies in each of the surrounding towns.
These factors highlighted the Government of Ecuador's unsustainable economic policy mix of large fiscal deficits and expansionary money policy and resulted in an 7. 3 % contraction of GDP, annual year-on-year inflation of 52. 2 %, and a 65 % devaluation of the national currency in 1999.
These formations may have resulted from carcass burial in an anoxic environment with minimal bacteria, thus delaying decomposition.
These exaggerated features resulted in the creation of one of the world's most ubiquitous and recognizable novelty disguises, known as " Groucho glasses ", a one-piece mask consisting of horn-rimmed glasses, large plastic nose, bushy eyebrows and mustache.
These resulted in increasingly complex structures of highly sophisticated and controlled color and surface integrity.
These developments in Karachi resulted in large influx of economic migrants: Parsis, Hindus, Christians, Jews, Marathis, Goans, Chinese, British, Arabs and Gujaratis.
These elements were often taken to reflect Page's interest in the occult, which resulted in accusations that the recordings contained subliminal satanic messages, some of which were said to be contained in backmasking: claims generally dismissed by the band and music critics.
These labours resulted, in 1840, in the publication of his work in two volumes entitled Etudes sur les glaciers (" Study on Glaciers ").
These policies, coupled with economic pressures stemming from the 1973 oil crisis, resulted in the rapid collapse of Madagascar's economy and a sharp decline in living standards, and the country had become completely bankrupt by 1979.
These and other consequences of state provision of services often resulted in inefficiency and poor service quality.
These wars resulted ( though war's evolution has not yet ended ) in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, with all the forces and capabilities of the state devoted to destroying forces and capabilities of the enemy state ( thus " total war ").
These principles inevitably resulted in a large language which would need compilers substantially more complex than those for COBOL or Fortran.
These results were not published until two years later when Ilan Blech, using computer simulation, suggested that the diffraction patterns resulted from an aperiodic structure.
These and other design decisions resulted in a vehicle that requires great maintenance after every mission.
These actions by the TAF had resulted by the mid-1990s in more than 3, 000 Kurdish villages being deserted while according to official figures 378, 335 Kurdish people had been displaced and rendered homeless.