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They both measure literature by moral standards, and in their political writings both allow for censorship, but the differences between them are also significant.
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They crawled through the north fence and came on toward him, and now he saw that both were young, not more than nineteen or twenty.
They even accept the `` double standard '' of sex morality in a double sense, i.e., both sexes agree that standards for men differ from standards for women, and women apply to both sexes a standard different from that held by men.
They both tried to keep smiling and winking for a long time, but it made their lips and eyelids tremble.
In attempting to improve specificity of staining, the fluorescein-labeled antisera used in both direct and indirect methods were treated in one of several ways: ( 1 ) They were passed through Dowex-2-chloride twice and treated with acetone insoluble powders ( Coons, 1958 ) prepared from mouse liver or from healthy sweet clover stems or crown gall tissue produced by Agrobacterium tumefaciens ( E. F. Smith & Townsend ) on sweet clover stems.
They were both breathing heavily, out cold, and Shayne didn't think either of them had recognized him or could describe him.
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They will measure the partial pressure of CO < sub > 2 </ sub > in the ocean and the atmosphere just above the water surface .< ref >
They emphasize that not every film noir embodies all five attributes in equal measure — one might be more dreamlike ; another, particularly brutal.
They are a battlespace control measure that designate the forward-most friendly maritime or land forces on the battlefield at a given point in time, during an armed conflict.
They argue that the measure " heritability " includes both a direct effect of the genotype on IQ and also indirect effects such that the genotype changes the environment, thereby affecting IQ.
They had advocated the analysis of reaction time and sensory acuity as measures of " neurophysiological efficiency " and the analysis of sensory acuity as a measure of intelligence.
They assert that residual flora including pathogen germs always persist, and that processing by ionizing radiation could be the ultimate measure ( as a CCP under a HACCP-concept ) to practically eliminate such risks.
They can be also thought of as a vague generalization of the idea that a measure space may have ' uncountable measure '.
They measure the success of governance and specific policies by examining many factors, including stability, justice, material wealth, and peace.
They carried small payloads that allowed them to measure attributes including air temperature and cosmic ray impacts.
They made Lord Grey prime minister 1830 – 1834, and the Reform Act of 1832 became their signature measure.
They measure ingredients by weight instead of by volume, because measurement by weight is much more accurate and consistent than measurement by volume, especially for the dry ingredients.
They measure voltage by means of " voltage balancing ", in which the input voltage is compared with an internal reference voltage source using an electronic circuit with a very high input impedance ( of the order of 10 < sup > 14 </ sup > ohms ).
They made Lord Grey prime minister 1830 – 1834, and the Reform Act 1832 became their signature measure.
They differ in application from tube micrometers in that they may be used to measure against rounded surfaces which are not tubes, but the ball anvil may also not be able to fit into smaller tubes as easily as a tube micrometer.
They measure radiances in various wavelength bands, which must then be mathematically inverted to obtain indirect inferences of temperature .< ref name =" Uddstrom1988 "> The resulting temperature profiles depend on details of the methods that are used to obtain temperatures from radiances.
They measure 13 – 37 inches ( 35 – 94 cm ) long from their snout to the base of the tail, with the tail adding another 8. 5 – 19 inches ( 21. 6 – 47 cm ).
They proposed using this effect to measure the value of α during the epoch before the formation of the first stars.
They argue that by virtue of its equivariance under the dynamical evolution of the system, is the appropriate measure of typicality for initial conditions of the positions of the particles.