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These cost from 0 to 3 or more points depending on whether they should be considered Frequent, Major ( or even " Twice Major ", for especially powerful abilities that significantly affect gameplay ) and / or Versatile.
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These are a popular compromise for ( American ) shooters who would like to own a submachine gun but cannot due to local restrictions or the prohibitive cost of buying a civilian legal submachine gun ( full automatics or semi-automatics with barrels shorter than are restricted under Title II of the National Firearms Act ).
These crankshafts tend to be very expensive due to the large amount of material that must be removed with lathes and milling machines, the high material cost, and the additional heat treatment required.
These sealers are used to extend the life and reduce maintenance cost associated with asphalt pavements, primarily in asphalt road paving, car parks and walkways.
These solutions are sometimes restricted by the cost of the base station but may be economical where the concentration of users is high.
These licenses offer users limited use, while attempting to recuperate development cost through the full product.
These “ rate-distortion ” models suggest that the genetic code originated as a result of the interplay of the three conflicting evolutionary forces: the needs for diverse amino-acids, for error-tolerance and for minimal cost of resources.
These power frameworks reduce the cost either by requiring the group of powers to have a common theme as in an Elemental Control Framework, or by limiting the number of powers that can be active at one time with a Multipower Framework.
These materials are ideal for situations where high strength-to-weight ratio is more important than material cost, such as in aerospace and some automotive applications.
These two magnets can be ordinary copper wound magnets, which greatly lowers the cost of an MRI scanner.
These materials are ideal for situations where high strength-to-weight ratios are more important than bulk cost, such as in the aerospace industry and certain automotive engineering applications.
These statues were designed to reduce the cost and weight of the previous Angel Moroni statues, in order to become a standard part of the temple architecture.
These roads have the same base layer as gravel roads but are covered with a thin layer of bitumen to reduce maintenance cost and dust formation.
These abstractions have already borne the cost of adaptation to specific operating systems and their system libraries.
These three constraints are often competing constraints: increased scope typically means increased time and increased cost, a tight time constraint could mean increased costs and reduced scope, and a tight budget could mean increased time and reduced scope.
These factors have changed dramatically in recent decades, both with the decreasing cost of computing power and with new mathematical discoveries.
These are very much like PLCs, and are used in light industry where only a few points of I / O ( i. e. a few signals coming in from the real world and a few going out ) are involved, and low cost is desired.
These are typically industrial processes in manufacturing where the cost of developing and maintaining the automation system is high relative to the total cost of the automation, and where changes to the system would be expected during its operational life.
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These ways are absolutely irreconcilable because they offer two different recipes for man's redemption from chaos.
These differences, in turn, derive from prior differences concerning the friendly or hostile character of change.
These peoples, desperately hoping to lift themselves to decent levels of living must not, by our neglect, be forced to seek help from, and finally become virtual satellites of, those who proclaim their hostility to freedom.
These illiterate boors conscripted from villages all across the Czarina's empire had, Suvorov may have told Lewis, just two things a commander could count on: physical fitness and personal courage.
These conceptions and the manner in which they were transposed into poetry or engendered by poetic form are intrinsic to western life from the time of Aeschylus to that of Shakespeare.
These proposals would reduce the amount of tax that DuPont stockholders might have to pay -- from an estimated 1.1 billion dollars under present law to as little as 192 million dollars.
These little songs, however, were sweet nothings from the heart, tender memories of his childhood, little melodies that anyone could hum and that would make one want to weep.
These publications replaced the U. S. Naval Medical Bulletin, published continuously from 1907 through 1959, as well as the Navy's Hospital Corps Quarterly and the Bulletin of the U. S. Army Medical Department, published from 1922 to 1949.
These boards are nailed to the roof beams by reaching up through the open space between the beams, from inside the shelter.
These publications may be secured as follows: The Annual Catalog from the Director of Admissions and other issues from the Publications Office.
These extrapolated fluxes are about an order of magnitude less than the values from the satellite data and the figures in Whipple's table.
These fractions were tested for ABO agglutinin activity, using fractions from group AB plasma as a control.
These groups have varied widely from mere families, primitive, totemic groups, and small modern cults and sects, to the memberships of great denominations, and great, widely dispersed world religions.
These changes represent, in effect, a shift from ( 1 ) an administrative compilation of data obtained through procedures designed primarily to serve political and economic objectives to ( 2 ) a systematic sampling census of the whole African population.
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.
These names were secured from member companies by the Association from the forty-four sources listed in Appendix Aj.