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These range from a simple dulling of awareness produced by sedatives, to increases in the intensity of sensory qualities produced by stimulants, cannabis, or most notably by the class of drugs known as psychedelics.
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These songs ( practically all Persian music, for that matter ) are limited to a range of two octaves.
These can range from simple spelling changes and word forms to switching the entire writing system itself, as when Turkey switched from the Arabic alphabet to a Turkish alphabet of Latin origin.
These " conversations " as he called them, were more or less informal talks on a great range of topics, spiritual, aesthetic and practical, in which he emphasized the ideas of the school of American Transcendentalists led by Emerson, who was always his supporter and discreet admirer.
These disorders range from bipolar I disorder, featuring full-blown manic episodes, to cyclothymia, featuring less prominent hypomanic episodes, to " subsyndromal " conditions where only some of the criteria for mania or hypomania are met.
These mostly range in date from the beginning of the Greek Bronze Age ( about 3200 BC ) to the reign of the Roman Emperor Constantine I in the 4th century AD.
These frequencies are at the upper range of human hearing and are inaudible to many people ; however, some people ( especially children ) will perceive a high-pitched tone near an operating television CRT.
These range from simplified forms of the first-principles equations that are easier or faster to solve, to approximations limiting the size of the system ( for example, periodic boundary conditions ), to fundamental approximations to the underlying equations that are required to achieve any solution to them at all.
These range in diameter from a few tens of meters up to about 300 km, and they range in age from recent times ( e. g. the Sikhote-Alin craters in Russia whose creation were witnessed in 1947 ) to more than two billion years, though most are less than 500 million years old because geological processes tend to obliterate older craters.
These notes are far apart for most of the instrument's range, making diatonic and chromatic playing impossible except in the extreme high register.
These companies offer both English-and Spanish-language television, plus a range of channels in other languages, high definition channels, pay-per-view movies and events, sports packages and premium movie channels such as HBO, Playboy TV, Cinecanal, etc.
These range in colour from various purple tints through various shades of light gray, and to purely white.
These architectures range from the Intel / AMD 32-bit / 64-bit architectures commonly found in personal computers to the ARM architecture commonly found in embedded systems and the IBM eServer zSeries mainframes.
These devices are specially designed for low-voltage stabilization applications requiring a guaranteed voltage over a wide current range and highly stable over temperature.
These extremely large two-stroke engines have power outputs up to approximately, operate in the range from approximately 60 to 200 rpm and are up to tall, and can weigh over.
These regions included the passage of the Tigris through the Anti-Taurus range ; the Bitlis pass, the quickest southerly route into Persian Armenia ; and access to the Tur Abdin plateau.
These doors have an operating range of slightly over 90 degrees, so their use is limited to where they come into contact with a side wall when fully open ( or where they can be prevented from opening too far by a doorstop ).
These range from specific market access issues and difficulties for businesses facing a highly regulated and complex system through to restrictions in the export of agricultural goods ( potatoes ) and fishery products because they do not conform with EU quality norms.
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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.