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This leads Irenaeus to the somewhat startling notion that Adam and Eve died on the same day that they disobeyed, namely, on a Friday, as a parallel to the death of Christ on Good Friday ; ;
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The " C-H bond-only " rule also leads to somewhat arbitrary divisions in sets of carbon-fluorine compounds, as, for example, Teflon is considered by this rule " inorganic " but Tefzel organic.
This objection leads some to render elpis as the expectation of evil, which would make the myth's tone somewhat optimistic: although humankind is troubled by all the evils in the world, at least we are spared the continual expectation of evil, which would make life unbearable.
A general — and somewhat, but not entirely, meaningless — rule of thumb on the opening is that a good opening is one that leads to a good middlegame.
Plastic DIP ( PDIP ) packages are usually sealed by fusing or cementing the plastic halves around the leads, but a high degree of hermeticity is not achieved because the plastic itself is usually somewhat porous to moisture and the process cannot ensure a good microscopic seal between the leads and the plastic at all points around the perimeter.
Insulin itself leads to a kind of insulin resistance ; every time a cell is exposed to insulin, the production of GLUT4 ( type four glucose receptors ) on the cell's membrane decreases somewhat.
" Hopefulness " is somewhat different from optimism in that hope is an emotional state, whereas optimism is a conclusion reached through a deliberate thought pattern that leads to a positive attitude.
This also leads to difficulties since one can introduce somewhat pathological objects, e. g. an affine line with zero doubled.
Combining the terms with the same value of m < sub > 1 </ sub > + m < sub > 2 </ sub > + ... + m < sub > n </ sub > = k and noticing that m < sub > j </ sub > has to be zero for j > n − k + 1 leads to a somewhat simpler formula expressed in terms of Bell polynomials B < sub > n, k </ sub >( x < sub > 1 </ sub >,..., x < sub > n − k + 1 </ sub >):
The softness of the cases leads them to break less, though the safety of the enclosed disc may be somewhat sacrificed since the case can be bent end-to-end easily.
A narrow ( and somewhat restrictive ) stone stairway leads between the altar and the east window to a ledge atop the remains of the south wall of the church, where an overview of the grounds may be seen with care ( there being no safety features incorporated ).
A typical ( albeit somewhat simplified ) sequence of events is as follows: A signal arrives at the cell surface, activates the corresponding receptor, which leads to the production of a second messenger such as cAMP or Ca < sup > 2 +</ sup >, which in turn activates a protein kinase.
Note that the final line is nearly always modified somewhat ; in some cases this may be because it leads into the Gloria better.
Wallace is known for his somewhat reckless style of play that leads to his frequent injuries .< ref >
Now White can choose among ( 1 ) 3. e5, which Black usually meets with 3 ... Bf5 ,( Although 3 ... f6 is also a decent, though more complex, variation ) followed by playing ... e6 ( which no longer locks in the light-squared Bishop ) and later attacking White's central pawn chain with moves such as ... f6 and ... c5 ; ( 2 ) 3. exd5 Qxd5, followed by either 4. Nf3, seeking to gain time by attacking the queen with Nc3, but enabling Black to put pressure on White's centre with 4 .... Bg4 or 4 .... e5, or else 4. Nc3 Qxd4 5. Qe2, a risky gambit that can be dangerous to unprepared defenders ; and ( 3 ) 3. Nc3 dxe4 ( 3 ... e6 leads to a type of French Defence considered somewhat inferior to main French lines because Black has blocked his c-pawn ) 4. d5 Ne5, when White usually continues in gambit style with 5. Qd4 or 5. Bf4 Ng6 6. Bg3.
Rotten Tomatoes consensus was " A light and predictable, if somewhat shallow, romantic comedy that's easy to sit through because of the charming leads.
The successful production of comb honey requires that the hive remain somewhat crowded without overcrowding, which leads to swarming.
This leads to the somewhat controversial notion that it is possible for spiritual seekers – of any faith – to achieve a type of spirituality or enlightenment that is similar to Jeshu's.
This leads to the determination of more accurate structures and electronic properties, or in the case of ab initio methods, to somewhat faster convergence.
Trail 1 from the base of the mountain is a somewhat arduous climb, but it is paved and leads past the top stations of both the ropeway and the funicular on the way to the summit.
As such, this leads to a love triangle as Masashi is somewhat torn between Rina and Natsuo who both are in love with him.
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* Dave Holden: Starting off bed-ridden after his attack by the replicant Leon, Holden is rescued by Roy who in turn leads him to some startling revelations.
When a teacher is suspected of killing a young male student, Fitz ' mesmerizing interrogation leads to a startling conclusion that the teacher, Mr. Quint, is gay and was trying to seduce the student.
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It had been hoped that patient adherence to antipsychotics would be higher with the atypicals, but a 2008 review found that the data have failed to substantiate the notion that novel antipsychotic drug use leads to improved medication compliance and favorable clinical outcomes.
The vagueness of the intuitionistic notion of truth often leads to misinterpretations about its meaning.
The generalization of these three properties to more abstract vector spaces leads to the notion of norm.
Russell's paradox, which shows that the notion of the set of all those sets that do not contain themselves leads to a contradiction, was instrumental in the development of modern logic and set theory.
Thus, the general notion of a statistical ensemble with nearest-neighbor interactions leads to Markov random fields, which again find broad applicability ; for example in Hopfield networks.
This leads to the notion of " genetic distance ", which is a measure of recombination frequency averaged over a ( suitably large ) sample of pedigrees.
4 ) Similarly, the Moore – Smith theory of convergence via nets, as supplemented by Kelley's notion of a universal net, leads to the criterion that a space is compact if and only if each universal net on the space converges.
Marston positioned that there is a male notion of freedom that is inherently anarchic and violent and an opposing female notion based on " Love Allure " that leads to an ideal state of submission to loving authority.
This is a particularly unfortunate choice as it leads to confusion with the notion of a complex structure, which often has the same coordinate expression as Ω but represents a very different structure.
This notion of one ( multiplicity ) culture to an organization leads to the classification of culture along its path of emergence into nascent, adolescent, and mature types, each of which is distinct in terms of the pattern of the three cognitive components and behavior.
Tits later reworked the foundational aspects of the theory of buildings using the notion of a chamber system, encoding the building solely in terms of adjacency properties of simplices of maximal dimension ; this leads to simplifications in both spherical and affine cases.
The further question of what is the structure of the coarse quotient space leads to the notion of a smooth stack.
Carroll disclaims the notion that Christian anti-Judaism leads inevitably to the Shoah perpetrated by National Socialism, but he argues that Church's long history of " Jew-hatred " ( his term ) laid the foundation for Hitler's crimes.
This can easily be expressed in terms of a commutative diagram, and thus leads to the notion of a medial magma object in a category with a Cartesian product.
The notion of stratified negation leads to a very effective operational semantics for stratified programs in terms of the stratified least fixpoint, that is obtained by iteratively applying the fixpoint operator to each stratum of the program, from the lowest one up.
Meanwhile, his notion that we can begin to enjoy our eternal salvation through our earthly successes leads in later generations to " a mysticism of consolation ".
This leads to the notion that the points of the stack should carry automorphisms themselves, and this in turn gives rise to the notion of a stack as a certain kind of " category fibered in groupoids ".
This leads to the questions of the relevant notion of " possibility ": is the scenario described in premise 3 possible in the sense that is suggested in premise 2?