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`` These recent steps do not offer the possibility of extension to the great number of senior engineers who have displayed technical competence.
These two steps essentially complete the lookup operation.
These can decide everything from how many steps a player moves their token, as in Monopoly, to how their forces fare in battle, such as in Risk, or which resources a player gains, such as in The Settlers of Catan.
These linking slabs may in some cases have served as steps to higher floors.
These initial three steps define the minimal amount of planning for simplified EVM.
These steps are: right, left, right, left, cadence.
These steps are found in Negri's manual and involve a galliard step usually ( though not always ) ending with a spin.
These steps have resulted in an intensification of bombings, assassinations and ambushes.
These dancers specialized in so-called floor steps.
These codes and regulations all require the common steps of Environmental impact assessment, development of Environmental management plans, Mine closure planning ( which must be done before the start of mining operations ), and Environmental monitoring during operation and after closure.
These were steps that had different rise height or thread depth from the rest and would cause anyone running up the stairs to stumble or fall, so slowing down the attackers ' progress.
These are the general steps used by the modulator to transmit data:
These 15 parts parallel the 15 steps in the Temple in Jerusalem on which the Levites stood during Temple services, and which were memorialized in the 15 Psalms (# 120-134 ) known as Shir HaMa ' alot (, " Songs of Ascent ").
These thermal cycling steps are necessary first to physically separate the two strands in a DNA double helix at a high temperature in a process called DNA melting.
These last three steps are normally quicker than the previous strides and are referred to as the " turn-over ".
These are the earliest European dances to be well-documented, as we have a reasonable knowledge of the choreographies, steps and music used.
These are the steps of the algorithm:
These became what are known as body thetans, which are said to be still clinging to and adversely affecting everyone except Scientologists who have performed the necessary steps to remove them.
These procedures capture all of the steps needed to perform a successful calibration.
These steps include substituting markets in property rights, such as emission rights, for command and control.
These postures are hidden, and the ready positions are implemented while switching hands or while changing steps.
These steps are usually done with PAVE-certified software that also prints the barcoded address labels and barcoded sack or tray tags.
These consist of a rhythm that is changed to make new timesteps by adding or removing steps.
These new parts east of the choir transepts were was raised on a higher crypt than Ernulf's choir, necessitating flights of steps between the two levels.

These and combined
These are then mixed by their sound engineers with the active co-operation of the musical staff and combined into the final two channels which are impressed on the record.
These warning colours tend to be red or yellow combined with black, with the fire salamander ( Salamandra salamandra ) being an example.
These combined values of
These authors, the former a medieval historian and the latter an early modernist, quickly became associated with the distinctive Annales approach, which combined geography, history, and the sociological approaches of the Année Sociologique ( many members of which were their colleagues at Strasbourg ) to produce an approach which rejected the predominant emphasis on politics, diplomacy and war of many 19th and early 20th-century historians as spearheaded by historians whom Febvre called Les Sorbonnistes.
These were sometimes combined into the one device.
These two factors combined with others have obscured the history of the Baltic languages, leading to a number of theories regarding their position in the Indo-European family.
These were militarily far weaker, as Strabo assessed their combined military potential at just 40, 000 armed men, and were often involved in internecine warfare.
( These two identities are often combined, e. g. added or subtracted, to yield various other relations.
These factors, combined with other possible secondary effects after prolonged use such as psychomotor, cognitive, or memory impairments, limit their long-term applicability.
These instructions could be combined to create useful programs for the EDVAC to run.
These two systems of classification are often combined.
These two equations can be differentiated and combined in various ways to produce the following data:
These factors – combined with a war for players between the two leagues that raised salaries and ate into owners ' profits – ultimately led to the dissolution of the AAFC and the merger of three of its teams, including the Browns, into the NFL in 1949.
These three volumes combined include all of the original, unedited Conan stories.
These registers are then combined and brought up to the standard of a statistical register by comparing the data in different sources and ensuring the quality is sufficient for official statistics to be produced.
These equations are usually combined into a single equation
These two cylindrical wavefronts are superimposed, and the amplitude, and therefore the intensity, at any point in the combined wavefronts depends on both the magnitude and the phase of the two wavefronts.
These two are sometimes combined to form a two-way communication device known as a transceiver.
These processes, combined with erosion and transport by the water network beneath the glacier, leave moraines, drumlins, ground moraine ( till ), kames, kame deltas, moulins, and glacial erratics in their wake, typically at the terminus or during glacier retreat.
These were the key discoveries that made all non-live or non live-on-videotape narrative motion pictures and television possible — that shots ( in this case whole scenes since each shot is a complete scene ) can be photographed at widely different locations over a period of time ( hours, days or even months ) and combined into a narrative whole.
These specific studies have shown that episodic memory performance does in fact decline with age and have made known that older adults produce vivid rates of forgetting when two items are combined and not encoded.
These combined elements have led to the cross as being described as " syncretic art "; a mixture of pagan and Christian beliefs.
These combined factors of toed-in rail fins cause several issues: drag on a toed-in outside rail fin can slow the board down in trim, but it can also give a braking effect during turns that is useful.
These two fees may be combined in a single ' management ' fee.
These organizations combined to form the Guatemalan National Revolutionary Unity ( URNG ) in 1982.

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