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They withdraw to the underground of the slums where they can defy the precepts of legalized propriety.
They can have as much tactile appeal as flesh and bone ''.
They can be effective, however, if their members set high standards for candidates and devote substantial time to the work.
They range from an eight-foot pram, which you can build yourself for less than $50, to auxiliary sailboats which can cost over $100,000.
They will give suggestions that can be worked up into field procedures.
They can even be rather grand, like Edward Land's monument to the astonishing success of Polaroid.
They can hire a horse and go ski-joring behind him, or move out to Oak Hill, where there's a lift.
They survive only when they can recruit social and economic peers.
They can hardly restrain themselves from raising the question of whether Republicans, if they had been in power, would have made `` amateurish and monumental blunders '' in Cuba.
`` They can be going along, doing little damage, then bang, bang -- they can hit a couple of passes on you for touchdowns and put you in trouble ''.
They try to play baseball the best they can.
They speak of the work of Christ as the bestowal of incorruptibility, which can mean ( though it does not have to mean ) deliverance from time and history.
They can be exuberant or sentimental, flirtatious or funny, but the only thing they seem unable to be is dull.
They were good-living religious people, and I can truthfully say I never heard them spread any gossip about anybody.
They are more cooperative if they can gradually build trust, instead of being asked to give extensive help immediately.
They have a muscular tongue which in many species can be protruded.
They range in size from the Chinese giant salamander ( Andrias davidianus ), which can grow to a length of, to the diminutive Thorius pennatulus from Mexico which seldom exceeds.
Saturated hydrocarbons can also combine any of the linear, cyclic ( e. g., polycyclic ) and branching structures, and they are still alkanes ( no general formula ) as long as they are acyclic ( i. e., having no loops ). They also have single covalent bonds between their carbons.
They may be as basic as pictures on a board that the are used to request food, drink, or other care ; or they can be advanced speech generating devices, based on speech synthesis, that are capable of storing hundreds of phrases and words.
They can all be cut easily with a knife due to their softness, exposing a shiny surface that tarnishes rapidly in air due to oxidation.
They take special care not to destroy the termite mound or consume the entire colony, which ensures that the termites can rebuild and provide a continuous supply of food.
They can achieve a lifespan of up to 15 years when in captivity.
But humans can do something equally useful, in the case of certain enumerably infinite sets: They can give explicit instructions for determining the nth member of the set, for arbitrary finite n. Such instructions are to be given quite explicitly, in a form in which they could be followed by a computing machine, or by a human who is capable of carrying out only very elementary operations on symbols.

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They were partly correct: a white dwarf slightly more massive than the Chandrasekhar limit will collapse into a neutron star, which is itself stable because of the Pauli exclusion principle.
They may limit entrances, restrict the number of patrons in a store at a time, provide tickets to people at the head of the queue to guarantee them a hot ticket item or canvass queued-up shoppers to inform them of inventory limitations.
They were told to limit themselves to the specification of OR. 1132.
They believe that the star, dubbed the " Champagne Supernova " by University of Oklahoma astronomer David R. Branch, may have been spinning so fast that centrifugal force allowed it to exceed the limit.
They were unable to detect any atoms from neutron evaporation and calculated a cross section limit of 1 pb.
They also limit viral spread by increasing p53 activity, which kills virus-infected cells by promoting apoptosis.
They feared the King would use Orders to gain support for absolutist goals and to make formal distinctions among the peerage which could lead to its legal breakup into two separate classes, and that the King would later play one against the other and eventually limit the legal privileges of hereditary nobility.
They can be classified as superstripes ; i. e., particular realizations of superlattices at atomic limit made of superconducting atomic layers, wires, dots separated by spacer layers, that gives multiband and multigap superconductivity.
They have a speed limit of 110 km / h and have blue road signs.
They differ, again, in their length: for Tragedy endeavours, as far as possible, to confine itself to a single revolution of the sun, or but slightly to exceed this limit ; whereas the Epic action has no limits of time.
They occupy the mass range between that of large gas giants and the lowest-mass stars ; this upper limit is between 75 < ref >
They had to complete thirteen stages of route varying in length from at average speeds of up to the legal limit of, and tackle six hillclimb or speed tests.
They could either be remnants from the planet's proto-planetary accretion disc that failed to coalesce into moonlets, or conversely have formed when a moon passed within its Roche limit and broke apart.
While part of an intellectual junta that briefly ran Springfield in " They Saved Lisa's Brain ", he proposes plans to limit breeding to once every seven years ( a reference to the Vulcan blood fever of mating, called Pon farr ), commenting that this would mean much less breeding for most, but for him, " much, much more ".
They appealed to the pope, who reaffirmed the right of Boniface to conduct his visitation, but set a limit on the amount that could be taken from any monastery or church.
They may for instance limit the spreading of pamphlets to certain hours for reasons of public order.
They repeated the experiment in 2003 and lowered the limit further to 400 fb.
They are assumed to approach ( or potentially exceed ) the Eddington limit, i. e., the outward pressure of their radiation is almost strong enough to counteract gravity.
They and a landowners ' organization called Stewards of the Land point out that the proposed mining area is only six miles northeast of the Fort Collins city limit, and that the Fox Hills Formation is a major water-supply aquifer.
They also created ' set-aside ' payments to withdraw land from production, payments to limit stocking levels, and introduced measures to encourage retirement and afforestation.
They made the characters friends rather than enemies, creating comedy as their friendship was tried to its limit.
They may not improve in appearance over time and can limit mobility if located over a joint.
They argue that the accumulated effects on the ecosystem put a theoretical limit on growth.
They claim that multinationals give rise to huge merged conglomerations that reduce competition and free enterprise, raise capital in host countries but export the profits, exploit countries for their natural resources, limit workers ' wages, erode traditional cultures, and challenge national sovereignty.

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