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They expected greater things from him, regardless of how trying the circumstances, and they were disappointed.
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They generally vote so as to serve their own constituency, and if the constituency should be solidly middle class or solidly lower class, they might be expected to vote and work for middle- or for lower-class interests in education.
They stated that the pre-and post-Madrid versions of Chapter 8 were equally cautious in their statements ; that roughly 20 % of Chapter 8 is devoted to the discussion of uncertainties in estimates of natural climate variability and the expected signal due to human activities ; and that both versions of the chapter reached the same conclusion: " Taken together, these results point towards a human influence on climate.
They have been measured in detail, and match what would be expected if small thermal variations, generated by quantum fluctuations of matter in a very tiny space, had expanded to the size of the observable universe we see today.
They neither expected nor sought the appearance of the stigmata or any other physical manifestation.
They are expected to become imitators of Jesus and follow the ways in Christ as he, Paul, teaches in all his churches ( 1 Cor.
They are often expected to interact more directly with clients, for example taking and interpreting briefs.
They are expected to make regular reports to the company and to deliver a product at the end of the year.
They point out that later studies, which had more data and lower standard errors, did not show the expected increase in t-statistic ( almost all the studies had a t-statistic of about two, just above the level of statistical significance at the. 05 level ).
They are also expected to provide a living example for the laity, and to serve as a " field of merit " for lay followers — providing laymen and women with the opportunity to earn merit by giving gifts and support to the bhikkhus.
They are expected to work with other ministers to ensure the passage of bills through the legislature.
They are ' rigorously tentative ', meaning that they are proposed as true and expected to satisfy careful examination to account for the possibility of faulty inference or incorrect observation.
They do not have sacramental authority ; Certified Lay Ministers serve under the supervision of an ordained clergy person who is expected to provide the sacraments to those churches.
They were expected to provide " emotional support, emergency information, local news and gossip, business tips ", etc.
They are essential for high-yield harvest: European fertilizer market is expected to grow to € 15. 3 billion by 2018.
They were also expected to serve in the military and were subject to the indigénat, a separate system of law.
They were expected to " re-engineer the decades of planning that had gone into the GDP Defense Plan almost overnight ".
They are often planned at high traffic locations to reach as many consumers as possible, or at venues at which a particular type of target consumer is expected to be present.
They and greater
They quote about the same mass threshold as that of the U.S. apparatus, but a momentum threshold about 40 times greater.
They will have a greater appreciation for the Church and a deeper devotion to it if membership requires something of them.
They discovered a greater amount of cultural diversity than they had ever imagined, and the question arose of how this vast amount of human cultural diversity could be compatible with the biblical account of Noah's descendants.
They certainly appear to have questioned Paul's authority as an apostle, perhaps appealing to the greater authority of the Jerusalem church governed by James the Just.
They emerge from the wreck to enthusiastic applause from the audience, who assume the crash is part of the entertainment, and when Sarris attacks again, Jason kills him with an Ion Nebulizer ( blaster pistol ) and receives even greater applause.
They provide greater stability for the rider but can have safety concerns due to the potential for a rider's feet to get stuck in them.
They have a higher basal metabolic rate, and also a greater capacity to increase their metabolic rate when engaged in strenuous activity.
They argue that an individual sacrificing themselves for the " greater good " or being ruled by the " community " or " society " is not possible because society is composed of individuals rather than being a cohesive unit separate from the individual, and argue that collective control over the individual is tyrannical and un-anarchistic.
They are typically small to medium in size, although a few species can reach lengths of greater than.
They formed into and identified with various religious groups advocating greater " purity " of worship and doctrine, as well as personal and group piety.
Since the Father has functional authority over the Son ( though They are equal in Being ), it is logical in the transaction of salvation that the " greater " should take the role of Judge, and the " lesser " take the role of Redeemer.
They also pursued socioeconomic reforms such land redistribution, greater health and education spending, the nationalization of foreign businesses, Colombian banks, and transportation, and greater public access to mass media.
They are calmer and less likely to bite ; they can tolerate greater crowding ; they breed earlier and produce more offspring ; and their brains, livers, kidneys, adrenal glands, and hearts are smaller ( Barnett 2002 ).
They declared that although the series suffered from technical limitations, its format allowed the writers far greater freedom and creativity than was possible in the original live-action series.
They were elected on a manifesto of greater social justice with left wing policies such as the creation of a National Health Service, an expansion of the provision of council housing and nationalisation of the major industries.