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This aligns to the idea of individual faith / welcome ( Jhn. 1: 14 ).
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His philosophy aligns broadly within the tradition of Immanuel Kant, though he rejects Kant's idea that respect is due only to rational beings.
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It breaks up locks and unorganised clumps of fibre and then aligns the individual fibres to be parallel with each other.
NYLXS also created the Free Software Chamber of Commerce, which aligns IT consultants into a joint support group for improved customer services and legal services for individual IT consultants in the New York City area.
He argues that the " worldwide spread of hip hop as a market revolution " is actually global " expression of poor people ’ s desire for the good life ," and that this struggle aligns with " the nationalist struggle for citizenship and belonging, but also reveals the need to go beyond such struggles and celebrate the redemption of the black individual through tradition.
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Credit unions in the United States have traditionally used a state / national trade association relationship that aligns credit unions with state " Credit Union Leagues " followed by national affiliation with the Credit Union National Association ( CUNA ) of Madison, Wisconsin.
When two materials are brought together and allowed to reach chemical / thermal equilibrium the fermi level in each material aligns and is constant throughout the system.
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In the late 1920s, Heinzer Dehmer suggested Beowulf as contextually based in the folktale type “ The Hand and the Child ,” due to the motif of the “ monstrous arm ”— a motif that distances Grettis saga and Beowulf and further aligns Beowulf with Irish parallelism.
# Counter-clockwise rotation aligns the flagella into a single rotating bundle, causing the bacterium to swim in a straight line.
East is defined as the counter-clockwise direction around the planet, as seen from above its north pole, and the north pole is whichever pole more closely aligns with the Earth's north pole.
In-plane switching is an LCD technology that aligns the liquid crystals in a plane parallel to the glass substrates.
This theory further aligns with the studies of Brown and Ryoo, who support that teaching concepts and the language of a subject should be split into multiple steps.
Identifying punk with such topics aligns with the view expressed by V. Vale, founder of San Francisco fanzine Search and Destroy: " Punk was a total cultural revolt.
The photoresist is exposed by a stepper, a machine that focuses, aligns, and moves the mask, exposing select portions of the wafer to short wavelength light.
Moving the top scale to the right by a distance of, by matching the beginning of the top scale with the label on the bottom, aligns each number, at position on the top scale, with the number at position on the bottom scale.
This meteorological definition of summer also aligns with the commonly viewed notion of summer as the season with the longest ( and warmest ) days of the year, in which daylight predominates.
Politically, Marge generally aligns with the Democratic Party, having supported the candidacy of her state's progressive governor Mary Bailey, and voting for Jimmy Carter in both of his presidential elections.
In modern times, the confirmation process has attracted considerable attention from the press and advocacy groups, which lobby senators to confirm or to reject a nominee depending on whether their track record aligns with the group's views.
The conjunction of such subject-matter with simultaneity aligns Salon Cubism with early Futurist paintings by Umberto Boccioni, Gino Severini and Carlo Carrà ; themselves made in response to early Cubism.
This representation aligns all the overhead columns, so the overhead appears as a contiguous block, as does the payload.
The magnetic compass contains a magnet that interacts with the earth's magnetic field and aligns itself to point to the magnetic poles.
If a dielectric is composed of weakly bonded molecules, those molecules not only become polarized, but also reorient so that their symmetry axis aligns to the field.
As in the placement stage, a player who aligns three of his pieces on a board line has a mill and may remove one of his opponent's pieces, avoiding the removal of pieces in mills if at all possible.
Marion Gordon " Pat " Robertson ( born March 22, 1930 ) is a media mogul, television evangelist, ex-Baptist minister and businessman who politically aligns himself with the Christian Right in the United States.
MSB-first packing aligns the first code so that its most significant bit falls in the MSB of the first stream byte, with overflow aligned with the MSB of the next byte ; further codes are written with MSB going into the most significant bit not yet used in the current stream byte.
This change aligns the conference with the Missouri Valley Conference, a conference in which five of the nine Missouri Valley Football schools participate.
The spider then aligns one pair of its legs with each of the four lines in the hollow " X ", making a complete " X " of white lines with a very eye-catching spider coloured bright yellow on a field of black or variegated red white and yellow stripes forming its centre.
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The 1st Weather Group ( 1 WXG ), with headquarters at Offutt Air Force Base, aligns stateside weather operations with the Air Force warfighting initiative overseeing Operational Weather Squadrons.
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Public transportation throughout the county and in the North Quabbin area of northwestern Worcester County is provided by the Franklin Regional Transit Authority and in Athol ( which is in Worcester County but aligns itself with Franklin County ).
Chariton of Aphrodisias () was the author of an ancient Greek novel probably titled Callirhoe ( based on the subscription in the sole surviving manuscript ), though it is regularly referred to as Chaereas and Callirhoe ( which more closely aligns with the title given at the head of the manuscript ).
This theory aligns itself with the current FCI classification of the breed, Group 6. 3 ( a special type of scenthound ).
The needle or card aligns itself to magnetic north, which does not coincide with true north, so the pilot must also allow for this, called the magnetic variation ( or declination ).
It is still in operation today, and aligns itself with the International of Anarchist Federations ( IAF-IFA ).
He aligns The Hidden with him on a quest to obtain the contract of San Venganza ( that allows the user access to the power of a thousand evil souls ).
The more senior the Fellow, the more closely he aligns with the Institute's aims and ideals ( or else he would never be promoted ).
In both cases, the KVM aligns operation between different computers and the users ' keyboard, monitor and mouse ( user console ).
" In line with Genet's interest in Nietzsche's The Birth of Tragedy ( 1872 ), Rosen aligns the development of Irma's relationship to the audience with the mythic narrative of Dionysos toying with Pentheus in Euripides ' tragedy The Bacchae ( 405 BCE ).
BPR is a successive and ongoing process and should be regarded as an improvement strategy that enables an organization to make the move from traditional functional orientation to one that aligns with strategic business processes ( Vakola & Rezgui, 2000 ).
It aligns with frameworks and standards such as Information Technology Infrastructure Library ( ITIL ), International Organization for Standardization ( ISO ), Project Management Body of Knowledge ( PMBOK ), PRINCE2 and The Open Group Architecture Framework ( TOGAF ).
This IPM aligns the college's long-range Master Plan, its mid-range Strategic Plan, and its short-range Program Review and Planning processes while also incorporating the new Resource Allocation Model ( RAM ).
In the presence of an external magnetic field with strength, the electron's magnetic moment aligns itself either parallel () or antiparallel () to the field, each alignment having a specific energy ( see the Zeeman effect ).