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This time, added to that which I had already spent in school prior to my induction in 1954, makes a total of twenty-two ( 22 ) years of education.
Nine new teaching Clinico-pathologic Conference sets were prepared, which makes a total of 70 types of teaching sets for loan.
Yet it is the accumulation of distortion, the fitting together of fractional bits until the total reaches the threshold of our awareness, that makes records sound like records.
This increases total cache size of the processor and effectively makes caching behave as if there is a very large L1 cache with a slower region ( the L2 ) and a very fast region ( the L1 ).
In total, Côte d ' Ivoire comprises 322, 460 km < sup > 2 </ sup >, of which 318, 000 km < sup > 2 </ sup > is land and 4, 460 km < sup > 2 </ sup > is water, which makes the country slightly larger than the U. S. state of New Mexico, or about the size of Germany.
Most of the cytosol is water, which makes up about 70 % of the total volume of a typical cell.
The European Union makes 60 percent of the total trade.
The Ghana Highway Authority, established in 1974 is tasked with developing and maintaining the country's trunk road network totaling 13, 367 km, which makes up 33 % of Ghana's total road network of 40, 186 km.
Hungary's total land area is 93, 030 km < sup > 2 </ sup > along with 690 km < sup > 2 </ sup > of water surface area which altogether makes up 1 % of Europe's area.
Yttrium makes up about two-thirds of the total by weight ; holmium is around 1. 5 %.
In mammals, the protein makes up about 97 % of the red blood cells ' dry content, and around 35 % of the total content ( including water ).
The airport sustains 76, 600 jobs directly and around 116, 000 indirectly in the immediate area, and this, together with the large number of global corporations with offices close to the airport, makes Heathrow a modern aerotropolis which contributes an estimated 2. 7 % to London's total GVA.
This makes Japan's total area slightly smaller than the U. S. state of Montana, and slightly larger than Finland.
Russian writer Vadim Erlikman, for example, makes the following estimates: executions, 1. 5 million ; gulags, 5 million ; deportations, 1. 7 million out of 7. 5 million deported ; and POWs and German civilians, 1 milliona total of about 9 million victims of repression.
A separate argument from silence against the total or partial authenticity of the Testimonium is that a 5th or 6th century table of contents of Josephus ( although selective ) makes no mention of it.
Its warhead makes up 450 kg ( 990 lb ) of the total weight, of which roughly 50 % is blast-effect high explosive.
The essential oil of kumquat peel contains much of the aroma of the fruit, and is composed principally of limonene, which makes up around 93 % of the total.
Limestone makes up about 10 % of the total volume of all sedimentary rocks.
Limestone makes up about 10 % of the total volume of all sedimentary rocks.
Similarly, the opportunity cost of attending university is the lost wages a student could have earned in the workforce, rather than the cost of tuition, books, and other requisite items ( whose sum makes up the total cost of attendance ).
For example, a camera that makes a 2048 × 1536 pixel image typically uses a few extra rows and columns of sensor elements and is commonly said to have " 3. 2 megapixels " or " 3. 3 megapixels ", depending on whether the number reported is the " effective " or the " total " pixel count ( as opposed to the 2048 × 1536 = 3, 145, 728 finished image pixels ).
( This information, the list of destinations, the total cost to each, and the next hop to send data to get there, makes up the routing table, or distance table.
Solar hot water makes an important contribution to renewable heat in many countries, most notably in China, which now has 70 % of the global total ( 180 GWth ).
The Yazaki plant employs more than 2, 000 workers and makes up over 20 % of the manufacturing sector's total output.
This makes the total land area of the country, about five times the size of Washington, D. C ..

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In the period from 10 to 14 the permanent set of teeth is usually completed, yet the continuing growth of bony tissue makes moving badly placed teeth comparatively easy.
Scholars in support of the idea of Amos being from the North also say it makes more sense because of Amaziah's accusation of conspiracy found in chapter seven, verse 10.
Clement of Alexandria ( Stromata, ii, 20 ) also makes Barnabas one of the Seventy Disciples that are mentioned in the Gospel of Luke 10: 1ff.
However, BSI makes standards available to these libraries only under licence restrictions which forbid loan, inter-library loan, open-shelf access, and copying of more than 10 % of a document by library users.
* Hydroxylapatite ( Ca < sub > 5 </ sub >( PO < sub > 4 </ sub >)< sub > 3 </ sub >( OH ), but is usually written Ca < sub > 10 </ sub >( PO < sub > 4 </ sub >)< sub > 6 </ sub >( OH )< sub > 2 </ sub >) makes up seventy percent of bone.
For example, there are 20, 138, 200 Carmichael numbers between 1 and 10 < sup > 21 </ sup > ( approximately one in 50 billion numbers ).< ref name =" Pinch2007 "> Richard Pinch, " The Carmichael numbers up to 10 < sup > 21 </ sup >", May 2007 .</ ref > This makes tests based on Fermat's Little Theorem slightly risky compared to others such as the Solovay-Strassen primality test.
At the high end of the scale, fingerspelling makes up about 8. 7 % of casual signing in ASL, and 10 % of casual signing in Auslan.
* 1911 – The destroyer makes the first airplane rescue at sea saving the life of James McCurdy 10 miles from Havana, Cuba.
The coastline extends from 26 ° 52 ' S. to 10 ° 40 ' S., and from south to north makes a double curve with a general trend outward to the east.
Mallinckrodt who also makes 5 mg, 10 mg and 40 mg generic tablets in addition to their branded generic Methadose received approval for their plain generic tablets on April 27, 2004.
The originally intended definition of the metre as 10 < sup >− 7 </ sup > of a half-meridian arc makes the mean historical nautical mile exactly ( 2 )/ = historical metres.
Theophrastus, in On the Nature of Plants, does not give as systematic and detailed an account of olive husbandry as he does of the vine, but he makes clear ( in 1. 16. 10 ) that the cultivated olive must be vegetatively propagated ; indeed, the pits give rise to thorny, wild-type olives, spread far and wide by birds.
* Exact scoring: A player who makes the exact number of tricks bid scores 10 plus the amount bid.
* Exact scoring with penalty: A player who makes the exact number of tricks bid scores 10 plus the amount bid.
* Exact scoring with penalty where points are multiples of 5: A player who makes the exact number of tricks bid scores 10 plus the amount bid multiplied by 5.
* Exact scoring with set penalty: A player who makes the exact number of tricks bid scores 10 plus the amount bid.
* Exact scoring with progressive penalty: A player who makes the exact number of tricks bid scores 10 plus the amount bid.
* Binary scoring: A player who makes the exact number of tricks bid scores 10.
* Binary scoring with nil rule: A player who makes the exact number of tricks bid scores 10.
* Get Fred / Oy Vey scoring: A player who makes the exact number of tricks receives that number of points plus 10.
* Gentleman scoring: A player who makes the contract scores the number of tricks bid times 10, unless he / she bid zero, in which case the player scores 5.
* Penalty Scoring: A player who makes the contract scores 10 points + 5 points for each trick made.

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