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latter and reaction
Among this latter group there were also differences in the amount and kind of information necessary before a shift in reaction occurred.
Other manufacturers, in reaction to the challenges from using this business model, choose to make more money on printers and less on the ink, promoting the latter through their advertising campaigns.
The ideal reactions involve the magnesium endmember components of the olivine ( reaction 1 ) or serpentine ( reaction 2 ), the latter derived from earlier olivine by hydration and silicification ( reaction 3 ).
Perhaps his two most influential ideas are the concepts of the public sphere and communicative action ; the latter arriving partly as a reaction to new post-structural or so-called " post-modern " challenges to the discourse of modernity.
The latter reaction is a remnant activity of the more ancient nitric oxide dioxygenase function of globins.
Other blocked regions may include mass 80 ( due to the argon dimer ), and mass 56 ( due to ArO ), the latter of which greatly hinders Fe analysis unless the instrumentation is fitted with a reaction chamber.
The latter is closely related to the reaction entropy of the electrochemical reaction that lends the battery its power.
( The reaction used to make the latter became known as the Perkin reaction.
When the latter plan was revealed in the media, a furious reaction from supporters and high profile club personalities buried the proposal almost immediately.
They had three children: Katherine ( 1938 – 1945 ), who died of an allergic reaction on March 18, 1945, David ( 1943 – 1994 ), and Julie ( born 1946 ), the latter two later becoming actors themselves.
An example of the latter might be the radiation reaction force.
The second and third reactions then take place, producing an exothermic reaction-forming initially carbon dioxide-raising the temperature of the coke bed-followed by the second endothermic reaction, in which the latter is converted to carbon monoxide, CO.
In March 1714, Herville, the French envoy in London, sent to Torcy, the French foreign minister, the substance of two long conversations with Bolingbroke in which the latter advised patience till after the accession of George I, when a great reaction was to be expected in favour of the Pretender.
Most common epoxy resins are produced from a reaction between epichlorohydrin and bisphenol-A, though the latter may be replaced by similar chemicals.
The reaction rate is found to the sum of S < sub > N </ sub > 1 and S < sub > N </ sub > 2 components with 61 % ( 3, 5 M, 70 ° C ) taking place by the latter.
If it is the latter, then the reaction should be that relating to short-term promotional activity, and the optimum response is often simply to ignore the challenge.
In the latter case, hydrates in the putty produce an endothermic reaction to mitigate heat transfer to the unexposed side.
The team was very popular in their first season, with the average attendance being over 2000 ( capacity was 2200 ); and because of this positive reaction the team attracted local insurance company Cornhill as a sponsor along with Pepsi Cola as the shirt sponsor ; the latter prompting a temporary name change to the Pepsi Guildford Flames between February and November 1993.
" Terry and Rudge assert that Woolley's latter prediction turned out to be quite accurate, and state that the deletion of the first four words of the quotation by newspaper editors was in reaction to the fact that it was those self-same newspaper's hyperbolic articles, talking about space travel, that Woolley was criticising.
Inside the cylindrical case was a smaller cylinder of lithium deuteride fusion fuel ( the secondary ) with a fission atomic bomb ( the primary ) at one end, the latter employed to create the conditions needed to start the fusion reaction.

latter and is
As it is, they consider that the North is now reaping the fruits of excess egalitarianism, that in spite of its high standard of living the `` American way '' has been proved inferior to the English and Scandinavian ways, although they disapprove of the socialistic features of the latter.
So great a man could not but understand, too, that the thing that moves men to sacrifice their lives is not the error of their thought, which their opponents see and attack, but the truth which the latter do not see -- any more than they see the error which mars the truth they themselves defend.
The latter is not reduced to the former.
This strange person quarrels with a cyclist because the latter is using the path rather than the highroad.
However, it is important to trace the philosophy of the French Revolution to its sources to understand the common democratic origin of individualism and socialism and the influence of the latter on the former.
Analogously, anyone who argues that Einstein's theory of gravitation is simpler than Newton's, must say rather more to explain how it is that the latter is mastered by student-physicists, while the former can be managed ( with difficulty ) only by accomplished experts.
In the latter research program, information is available for 2,758 Cornell students surveyed in 1950 and for 1,571 students surveyed in 1952.
Nogaret is hardly an impartial witness, and even he did not make his charges against Boniface until the latter was dead, but there is some truth in what he said and more in what he did not say.
And, after becoming the right-hand man of Enver Pasha, he is sent by the latter to pave the way for a new Turkish Empire embracing `` the union of all Turks throughout Central Asia from Adrianople to the Chinese oases on the Silk Trade Route ''.
The latter is what concerns us all.
The latter is likely to occur when the thyroid is removed.
and it is still very far from certain how valid the party's claim is that in `` a growing number of kolkhozes '' the peasants are finding it more profitable, to surrender their private plots to the kolkhoz and to let the latter be turned into something increasingly like a state farm.
The location of the latter now is determined for tax purposes at the time of registration, and it is now accepted practice to consider a motor vehicle as being situated where it is garaged.
The latter matter is considered in detail in a later section.
Data on the former are scanty, but there can be little doubt that the latter is sometimes born at a length greater than that of any of the others, thereby lending support to the belief that the anaconda does, indeed, attain the greatest length.
the former figure is based on a somewhat unusual birth of four by a Central American female ( see chapter on Laying, Brooding, Hatching, and Birth ), the latter on a `` normal '' newly born individual.

latter and accord
Justinian delivered to the Pope a written confession of faith, which the latter accepted with the proviso that " although he could not admit in a layman the right of teaching religion, yet he observed with pleasure that the zeal of the Emperor was in perfect accord with the decisions of the Fathers ".
These companies were unable to reach an accord with Atari < nowiki >' s </ nowiki >, as the latter negotiated complete control of the software's marketing.
A runaway is a minor or a person under an arbitrary age, depending upon the local jurisdiction, who has left the home of his or her parent or legal guardian without permission, or has been thrown out by his or her parent and is considered by the local authorities to lack the capacity to live under his or her own accord ( the latter is sometimes referred to as a " throwaway ").
The latter was not in accord with Article 3 of the French constitution, as citizens living in Algeria were barred from any input on the referendum.
As part of a break between the MAS-IPSP and its ally the Without Fear Movement ( MSM ), the latter party's four deputies, elected on the MAS slate pledged in late March 2010, " to act in accord with our political identity, with our conscience, and with the people who elected us with their vote.

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