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These hypotheses are judged true or false on empirical grounds through scientific observation and repeated experimental data.
These bonds are maintained year round, even in gregarious and migratory species like the Tundra Swan, which congregate in large flocks in the wintering grounds.
These views have been criticized on the grounds that they are actually atheism, which has only been made palatable to Jews by rewriting the dictionary.
These can include such things as chalk, paper, plaster, paint chips, baking soda, starch, glue, rust, ice, coffee grounds, and cigarette ashes.
These buildings include the Royal Glasshouses in the grounds of the Palace at Laken, the Japanese Tower, the Chinese Pavilion, the Musée du Congo ( now called the Royal Museum for Central Africa ), and their surrounding park in Tervuren, the Cinquantenaire in Brussels, and the 1895-1905 Antwerpen-Centraal railway station.
These clay grounds were where the bronze castings for the Temple of Solomon were made by Hiram I.
These works were ordered to be burnt by the Patriarch of Constantinople, Leo Styppes, in May 1140, on the grounds that they incorporated elements of Bogomil belief and practices.
These differences in usage are criticized on two grounds: one, that they reflect a biased state of society, and two, that they help to uphold that state.
These names are engraved on a memorial in the county seat of Nashville, on the courthouse grounds.
These mangroves are important nursery grounds for nearly all major angling fish including Yellowfin Bream ( Acanthopagrus australis ), Flat-tail Sea-Mullet ( Liza argentea ), Luderick ( Girella tricuspidata ) and Sand Whiting ( Sillago ciliata ) which are caught in adjoining waters as adults, mangroves also provide rich organic matter to the Port Hacking Estuary by fixing carbon into the river system through the addition of leaves into the thick rich black mud.
( These grounds were later filled in during the construction of Highway 1.
These grounds house all of the college's administrative and academic buildings, as well as undergraduate accommodation.
These innovations he based on functional grounds: the block size, to enable the creation of a quiet interior open space ( 60 m by 60 m ) and allow ample sunlight and ventilation to its perimeter buildings ; the rectilinear geometry, the wide streets and boulevards to sustain high mobility and the truncated corners to facilitate turning of carts and coaches and particularly vehicles on fixed rails.
These include a gym, swimming pool, shooting range, golf course, a 320-seat theatre, art department and design block, an astro turf, an outward bound area, a 15th-century dining hall, an Abbey chapel that can be traced back to the 10th century and grounds designed by Lancelot " Capability " Brown.
These appeals could be made on the grounds of working of national importance, business or domestic hardship, medical unfitness, and conscientious objection.
These may have served as hunting grounds but they also proclaimed the owner's wealth and status.
These leaflets contained statements such as ; " Do not submit to intimidation ", " Assert your rights ", " If you do not assert and support your rights, you are helping to deny or disparage rights which it is the solemn duty of all citizens and residents of the United States to retain ," on the grounds that military conscription constituted involuntary servitude, which is prohibited by the Thirteenth Amendment.
These clouds are the spawning grounds of stars and planets, and understanding their development is essential to understanding star formation.
These were his third and fourth centuries at the grounds.
These creatures are thought to dwell in burial grounds and other uninhabited places.
These warblers reach their South Carolina breeding grounds around mid-March, though some are known to arrive in late February.
These were protected by a hunting ban and by the establishment in 1908 of the " Heath Hen Reserve " ( today the Manuel F. Correllus State Forest ), and the population rapidly grew to almost 2000: by the mid-1910s, observing the birds on their lekking grounds had become something of a tourist attraction.
These are » able to reach out to the world, and are surely not here for the intimacy of the poet « and neither for sentimental grounds of the reader.
These grounds resemble the typical clubhouses to be found in rural areas all over Ireland.

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These frogs are typically fossorial species that emerge after heavy rains and congregate at a breeding site.
These fragments typically feature lacunae or gaps that scholars fill with ' educated guesses ', including for example a " brilliant supplement " by Maurice Bowra in fr. 34, a hymn to the Dioscuri that includes a description of St Elmo's fire in the ship's rigging.
These subunits would typically then again be divided into quarters, with each side being mile long, and being of a square mile in area, or 40 acres.
These are typically written as an ordered pair ( x, y ).
These songs were typically performed while adjusting the rigging, raising anchor, and other tasks where men would need to pull in rhythm.
These typically have a mean diameter of about 0. 7 micrometers.
These " bars " are typically more akin to Culture of the United Kingdom | British " pub s " and are popular at lunchtime.
These antidepressants typically have fewer adverse effects than the tricyclics or the MAOIs, although such effects as drowsiness, dry mouth, nervousness, anxiety, insomnia, decreased appetite, long-term weight gain and decreased ability to function sexually may occur.
These corporate equivalents are typically interest rate swaps referencing Libor or SIFMA.
These securities, known as ADRs ( American Depositary Receipt ) or GDRs ( Global Depositary Receipt ) depending on where they are issued, are typically considered " foreign " and therefore trade at a lower value when first released.
These poles and zone-lines, whilst inducing fluctuations in data density in the reconstructed datasets, which can prove problematic during post-analysis, are critical for determining information such as angular magnification, as the crystallographic relationships between features are typically well known.
These disorders typically also involve depressive symptoms or episodes that alternate with the elevated mood states, or with mixed episodes that feature symptoms of both.
These matters are typically detailed in the organization's bylaws.
These charges have typically been presented as limited time offers exclusively for billionaires.
These were typically based on the brightness of the flame from a " standard candle " of defined composition, or the brightness of an incandescent filament of specific design.
These schools typically offer six facets of education.
These changes are often reactions against the prior cultural form, which typically has grown stale and repetitive.
These are typically made up of a few gags or several bits.
These restaurants are typically decorated with Islamic motifs such as pictures of Islamic rugs and Arabic writing.
These were typically disc-shaped assemblies mounted on the drive shaft.
These vehicles typically sacrifice some depth of capability from civilian models in order to gain greater speed and independence from prime movers.
These users can provide a fresh perspective that can reflect on the state of the CRM development without the typically narrow or invested focus of a software developer.
These forecourts are typically fronted by large stones and it is thought the area in front of the cairn was used for public rituals of some kind.
These are typically cast as part of the crankshaft but, occasionally, are bolt-on pieces.

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