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These measured positions are then compared with those calculated by the laws of celestial mechanics: an assembly of calculated positions is often referred to as an ephemeris, in which distances are commonly calculated in astronomical units.
These authors proved, however, that no optical system can justify these suppositions, since they are contradictory to the fundamental laws of reflexion and refraction.
These teachings discuss the ministry and atonement of Jesus, the laws of justice and mercy, the need for repentance, and the resurrection and judgment of all people.
These Sunday laws enacted at the state and local levels would sometimes carry penalties for doing non-religious activities on Sunday as part of an effort to enforce religious observance and church attendance.
These studies have been challenged by several Brazilian ministries, which assert that recent improvements in environmental laws, enforcement and public attitudes have fundamentally reduced the threat posed to forests by such projects.
These include various predictions of the downfall of the northern kingdom, the equivalent prediction of the downfall of Judah following the reign of Manasseh, the extension of Josiah's reforms in accordance with the laws of Deuteronomy, and the revision of the narrative from Jeremiah concerning Judah's last days.
These laws describe the behaviour of a black hole in close analogy to the laws of thermodynamics by relating mass to energy, area to entropy, and surface gravity to temperature.
These laws might have paved the way to removing the worst of the poverty during the previous regimes.
These laws vary from time to time and from place to place: note variations in gambling laws, for example, and the prohibition or encouragement of duelling in history.
Because his vision of personal and social perfections was framed as a revival of the ordered society of earlier times, Confucius is often considered a great proponent of conservatism, but a closer look at what he proposes often shows that he used ( and perhaps twisted ) past institutions and rites to push a new political agenda of his own: a revival of a unified royal state, whose rulers would succeed to power on the basis of their moral merits instead of lineage. These would be rulers devoted to their people, striving for personal and social perfection, and such a ruler would spread his own virtues to the people instead of imposing proper behavior with laws and rules.
These laws in ancient India discriminated between castes.
These laws sharply circumscribe any non-governmental political activity: street demonstrations, non-approved political organizations, and un-registered financial donations are formally banned.
These experiments are used to prove, verify, and reinforce laws and theorems such as Ohm's law, Kirchhoff's laws, etc.
These areas are not mutually exclusive — for example, laws governing water pollution in lakes and rivers may also conserve the recreational value of such water bodies.
These laws regulated public drinking water systems, toxic substances, pesticides, and ocean dumping ; and protected wildlife, wilderness, and wild and scenic rivers.
These successes were followed by the enactment of a whole series of laws regulating waste ( Resource Conservation and Recovery Act ), toxic substances ( Toxic Substances Control Act ), pesticides ( FIFRA: Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act ), clean-up of polluted sites ( Superfund ), protection of endangered species ( Endangered Species Act ), and more.
These laws were intended to promote the production of media arts, including film scenery, and stipulate that the government – on both the national and local levels – must lend aid in order to preserve film media.
These laws were among the first race-based measures instituted by the Third Reich.
These laws did not extend to the regions affected by the Protestant Reformation.
These laws must be wisely and lovingly observed.
These laws and customs vary from country to country, and have varied over time.
These laws vary to some extent, such acts are called incestuous.

These and contained
These plans, like Du Pont's, contained provisions for passing the vote on Du Pont's General Motors shares on to the ultimate stockholders of Du Pont, Christiana, and Delaware, except that officers and directors of the three companies, their spouses, and other people living in their households, as well as other specified persons, were to be totally disenfranchised.
These were increased both in number and in size, contained prominent nucleoli, and were distributed throughout the fiber ( Figs. 2 - 5 ).
These large pterosaurs were the last representatives of a declining group that contained 10 families during the mid-Cretaceous.
These periodicals contained mostly reprints and a few original stories.
These extracts, which he called nadnerczyna, contained adrenaline and other catecholamines.
These specifications are contained in an executive order which, strictly speaking, governs only flags made for or by the U. S. federal government.
These are contained in the report, " Opportunity not Opportunism: Improving conduct in Australian Franchising " tabled by a Parliamentary inquiry into franchising on 4 December 2008.
These gardens were laid out with hedges and vines and they contained a wide variety of flowers, including acanthus, cornflowers and crocus, cyclamen, hyacinth, iris and ivy, lavender, lilies, myrtle, narcissus, poppy, rosemary and violet.
These oral histories often contained folk-tale motifs and demonstrated a moral, yet they also contained substantial facts relating to geography, anthropology and history, all compiled by Herodotus in an entertaining style and format.
These were operated by the flames, which contained carbon monoxide, playing on the ore and reducing the oxide to metal.
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 were of the nature of both a treaty and constitution which contained minority rights clauses that provided for the right of petition and adjudication by the International Court.
These became essential with the appearance of complex synthesizers such as the Yamaha FS1R, which contained several thousand programmable parameters, but had an interface that consisted of fifteen tiny buttons, four knobs and a small LCD.
These masques contained songs and dances.
These became well known in the media when an ingredient many contained, Olestra, was linked in some individuals to abdominal discomfort and loose stools.
These figures were extracted through an analysis of the papers contained within the MEDLINE database.
These provinces contained three-sevenths of the population and more than half the cattle of the colony.
These tombs, which date to the Early Dynastic IIIa period ( approximately in the 25th or 24th century BC ), contained immense amounts of luxury items made out of precious metals, and semi-precious stones all of which would have had to been imported from long distances ( Iran, Afghanistan, India, Asia Minor, the Persian Gulf ).
These services are contained in The United Methodist Hymnal and The United Methodist Book of Worship ( 1992 ).
These hubs contained the rotating token that never left the hub itself.
These special purpose rooms usually contained video projectors interlinked with numerous PCs ; however, electronic meeting systems have evolved into web-based, any time, any place systems that will accommodate " distributed " meeting participants who may be dispersed in several locations.
These files dealt with the financing of MKUltra projects and contained few project details, however much more was learned from them than from the Inspector General's 1963 report.

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