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These differences, in turn, derive from prior differences concerning the friendly or hostile character of change.
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These provisions are designed to reflect the differences in wealth and population among the States, with the objective that a vocationally handicapped person have access to needed services regardless of whether he resides in a State with a low or high per capita income or a sparsely or thickly populated State.
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 regional differences of sensitivity to pain may be of crucial significance during the earliest intercourse.
These domains reflect whether the cells have nuclei or not, as well as differences in the chemical composition of the cell exteriors and ribosomes.
These differences in structure can produce differences in antibiotic susceptibility, for instance vancomycin can kill only Gram-positive bacteria and is ineffective against Gram-negative pathogens, such as Haemophilus influenzae or Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
These fundamental similarities and differences provide a unifying theme, sometimes allowing the principles learned from studying one cell type to be extrapolated and generalized to other cell types.
These pixel groups or blocks of pixels are compared from one frame to the next and the video compression codec sends only the differences within those blocks.
These different congregations ( Disciples of Christ, Church of Christ, and Independent Church ) share many of the same beliefs and practices but there are, in fact, differences.
These distinctions translate to differences in the elasticity ( responsiveness ) of the supply curve in the short and long runs and corresponding differences in the price-quantity change from a shift on the supply or demand side of the market.
These FAPs could then be compared across species, and the similarities and differences between behaviour could be easily compared with the similarities and differences in morphology.
These differences stem from the threshold chosen for describing an extinction event as " major ", and the data chosen to measure past diversity.
These local customs are referred to as differences in typica and are accepted by church leaders since they are not perceived to conflict theologically with basic Orthodox teachings.
These differences, expressed using inequality relations known as " Bell's inequalities ", are in principle experimentally detectable.
These manifest as individual differences in intelligence, creativity, cognitive style, motivation and the capacity to process information, communicate, and relate to others.
These distinctive ethnic, cultural, and legal differences of the Galatians encouraged them to remain definitively different even into the early Middle Ages.
These processes may take up to several weeks, and differences in such processes have great effects on the properties of the final gelatin products.
These fields are interrelated often and share the common goals of protecting the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information ; however, there are some subtle differences between them.
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These proposals would go far toward creating the economic atmosphere favoring growth of the individual, who, in turn, would help us to cope with runaway technology.
These waves have shown that 1,800 miles below the surface a liquid core begins, and that it, in turn, has a solid inner core.
These may include a tire patch kit ( which, in turn, may contain any combination of a hand pump or CO < sub > 2 </ sub > Pump, tire levers, spare tubes, self-adhesive patches, or tube-patching material, an adhesive, a piece of sandpaper or a metal grater ( for roughing the tube surface to be patched ), and sometimes even a block of French chalk.
These coaches in turn have their own disciples who have utilized Walsh's West Coast system such as Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak first a quarterback coach with the 49ers, then offensive coordinator for Shanahan at the Denver Broncos.
These ideas were informed by events prior to the Great Depression when — in the opinion of Keynes and others — international lending, primarily by the U. S., exceeded the capacity of sound investment and so got diverted into non-productive and speculative uses, which in turn invited default and a sudden stop to the process of lending.
These system buses are also used to communicate with most ( or all ) other peripherals, through adaptors, which in turn talk to other peripherals and controllers.
These six in turn create another twelve angels “ with each one receiving a portion in the heavens .”
These descriptors often developed into fixed clan identifications which in turn became family names as we know them today.
These pints are divided into two cups ( though the imperial cup is rarely used now ), which in turn are divided into two gills ( gills are also rarely used ).
These codes have influenced, and in turn, have been influenced by, the responsa ; History of Responsa thus provides an informative complement to the survey below.
These moves along with others saw the Colts began to turn around their fortune with a playoff appearance in 1995 and 1996.
These freed electrons and ions are in turn accelerated and strike other atoms, creating more charge carriers, in a chain reaction.
These communities in turn play a role in solidarity or identification or an exclusive or common cause.
These influxes of karma in turn contribute to determination of circumstances that would hold up in our future in the form of rewards or punishment.
These rules may turn out to be familiar ones such as keeping contracts ; but equally, they may not, depending on the facts about real consequences.
These were given to the captains directly by the Emperor to reward their efforts in the conquests, and they in turn were to grant benefices to their warrior contingents, who were a mix of free and unfree men.
These enterprise unions, however, join industry-wide federations which in turn are members of Rengo, the Japanese national trade union confederation.