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These personal and social goals often overshadow the goals of intellectual clarity, and spiritual transcendence.
These students, although they might read various articles in popular magazines, more often chose to report on articles found in the journals.
These were often carefully written out with a great deal of thought behind them.
These cases, for all their rarity, are so dramatic that friends and relations repeat the story until the general population may get an entirely false notion of how often the hymen is a serious problem to newly-weds.
These terms have historically been applied to any astronomical object orbiting the Sun that did not show the disk of a planet and was not observed to have the characteristics of an active comet, but as small objects in the outer Solar System were discovered, their volatile-based surfaces were found to more closely resemble comets, and so were often distinguished from traditional asteroids.
These villages, called pueblos by Spanish settlers, were often only accessible by rope or through rock climbing.
These surfacing stones were often placed in distinctive patterns.
These modifications are often essential for the function or regulation of a protein ; for example, the carboxylation of glutamate allows for better binding of calcium cations, and the hydroxylation of proline is critical for maintaining connective tissues.
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 and most other cities and large towns are now connected with asphalt-paved roads, while smaller towns are often connected by dirt roads, which may require a four-wheel-drive vehicle.
These Abrasax-stones often bear Hebraic names of God: Iao, Sabaoth, Adonai, Eloai.
These brokers often traded stocks that were speculative in nature.
These bases were prepared in advance, often by capturing an estate and augmenting its defences with surrounding ditches, ramparts and palisades.
These dilemmas are often regarded as conflicts between his view on international relations and his other loyalties.
These art pieces often served a liturgical function, whether as chalices or even as church buildings themselves.
These three personages are often difficult to tell apart, and even the ancient mythographers appear to have been perplexed about which Aeolus was which.
These guitars are most commonly used by swing and jazz players and often incorporate electronics in the form of a pickup.
These edicts often pertained to matters such as the regulation of the public markets, or what we might call " economic regulation ".
These assist in flotation, together with the vacuoles in the ectoplasm, which often contain zooxanthellae.
These effects, often several of them at a time, made it very difficult for World War II era aircraft to reach speeds much beyond 800 km / h ( 500 mph ).
These include serotonin-dopamine antagonists ( see dopamine antagonist and serotonin antagonist ), multi-acting receptor-targeted antipsychotics ( MARTA, those targeting several systems ), and dopamine partial agonists, which are often categorized as atypicals.
These two values are often interpreted as binary digits and are usually denoted by the numerical digits 0 and 1.
These BBSes often had multiple modems and phone lines, allowing several users to upload and download files at once.
These instruments had varying numbers of strings, though often including some form of drone.
; Presiding Bishop or President Bishop: These titles are often used for the head of a national Anglican church, but the title is not usually associated with a particular episcopal see like the title of a primate.

These and opened
These higher stakes contests also opened up the door to reality television contests such as Survivor and Big Brother, in which contestants win large sums of money for outlasting their peers in a given environment.
These thinkers opened up the way for the deconstruction of the subject as a core-concept of metaphysics.
These policies abolished and prohibited monopolies and opened once closed and privileged unions, associations, and guilds, which he saw as impediments to commerce.
These routes were never opened.
These ports, when opened by detonation of shaped charges, reduced the chamber pressure so abruptly that the interior flame was blown out.
On that episode, Simon opened the show performing " Still Crazy After All These Years " in a turkey outfit, since Thanksgiving was the following week.
The pilot episode ( where it was originally called I'm Sorry, They're At It Again ) opened with Graeme Garden and Jo Kendall singing the words of " Three Blind Mice " to the tune of " Ol ' Man River " followed by Bill Oddie and Tim Brooke-Taylor performing the lyrics of " Sing a Song of Sixpence " to the melody of " These Foolish Things ".
These only release steam when the pan is opened, or as a safety precaution if the heat source is not reduced enough when the pan reaches the required cooking pressure.
These are further sanctified by the recent additions to the architectural excellence of buildings, a fusion of the traditional and modern architecture which are mostly post 1962, after Thimphu became the Capital of Bhutan and opened up for tourism under various Five Year Developmental Plans.
These new designs opened an economic door for contractors, engineers, architects, and investors, providing vast amounts of real estate space on minimal plots of land.
These actions violated Octavius ' right of sacrosanctity and worried Tiberius ' supporters, and so instead of moving to depose him, Tiberius commenced to use his veto on daily ceremonial rites in which Tribunes were asked if they would allow for key public buildings, for example the markets and the temples, to be opened.
These two new facilities opened in 2009.
These features were retained in the design despite the fact that by the time the station opened the 1921 Railway Act had been passed which spelt the end of the L & SWR as an independent concern.
These programmes are opened to applicants having completed their undergraduate studies at other institutions.
These lands were opened to non-Indian settlement on April 22, 1889.
These fifteen galleries — which opened in November 2001 — contain around 4, 000 items.
These conquests opened up the valley of the Cinca, which he proceeded to conquer as far as Almenar, taken in 1093.
* In 1976, Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater was built as a Bicentennial project and opened to the public with the production " Unto These Hills ," which told the story of Chief William McIntosh.
These casinos were closed or moved as larger resorts opened closer to Memphis.
These supposed connections opened a floodgate of local residents seeking historical landmark status for their homes in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, many of which were denied by the Pennsylvania Historical Commission due to lack of evidence that the events actually took place.
These POs, MOs and TOs have to be effectively managed to synchronize with the changes that often occur within the “ execution horizon .” The execution horizon is the time from which a PO, MO or TO is opened until the time it is closed in the system of record.
These were converted into a wide range of wetland features and habitats before the centre opened in May 2000.
These are almost exclusively found in operating theatres, where the chest is likely to be open, or can be opened quickly by a surgeon.
These treaties opened 11 more ports to Western trade.

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