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This mass is cleft by a deep valley — the Calfeisental: one branch, culminating in the Pizol ( 2, 844 m ), extends east over Pfäfers, while another, including the highest peak of the canton of St. Gallen, the Ringelspitz ( 3, 247 m ), runs due east to the low Kunkels Pass ( 1, 357 m ), separating this range from the Calanda.
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The problem is rather to find out what is actually happening, and this is especially difficult for the reason that `` we are busily being defended from a knowledge of the present, sometimes by the very agencies -- our educational system, our mass media, our statesmen -- on which we have had to rely most heavily for understanding of ourselves ''.
the prolusion in which the autobiographic statement about the epithet occurs is such a mass of intentionally buried allusions that almost nothing in it can be accepted as true -- or discarded as false.
Much more important is to grasp the feelings of the narrator ( whose full name is never given ) as he becomes aware of the disorganized and bewildered mass of French prisoners clustered together in a temporary prison camp in and around the cathedral of Chartres.
Although Mr. Brown was not himself its inventor ( it was a French idea ), it is typical that his intuition first conceived the importance of mass producing this basic tool for general use.
As mass dealer and distributor organizations grow in size, there is every reason to expect them to try to share in the manufacturer's as well as the distributor's profits -- which is, in effect, what the sale of private brands tends to do.
This calculation results in an enthalpy rise which is somewhat high because it assumes a mass flow equally distributed over the plug cross section whereas in reality the mass velocity is expected to be smaller in the regions of higher temperatures.
Note that the mass threshold is four times that of 1958 Alpha and that the flux is one fifth as large.
With detectors sensitive to three mass intervals and based on a few counts, the second and third Russian space probes indicate that the flux of the smallest particles detected is less than that of larger ones.
The threshold mass is derived from the momentum threshold with the assumption of a mean impact velocity of Af in the U.S. work and Af in the U.S.S.R. work.
However, the conversion from mass to size is unreliable, since many photographic meteors give evidence of a fluffy, loosely bound meteorite structure with densities as low as Af.
if a substantial fraction of the dust is orbiting about the Earth, only about one third the above-mentioned average velocity should be used in deriving the mass.
The radius is calculated from the mass by assuming spheres of density Af except for the smallest particles, which must have a higher mass density to remain in the solar system in the presence of solar-radiation pressure.
It is assumed that the flux values increase by a factor of 2.512 per magnitude, in accordance with the opinion that the total mass flux in each unit range in magnitude is constant.
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To the extent that our sampling of the orientations of American college students in the years 1950 and 1952 may be representative of our culture -- and still valid in 1959 -- we are disposed to question the summary characterization of the current generation as silent, beat, apathetic, or as a mass of other-directed conformists who are guided solely by social radar without benefit of inner gyroscopes.
He regaled Claire with an account of the mock mass performed by the cassocked bloods, which he had had at firsthand from old Bud Dodington, one of the leaders of the so-called `` Order ''.
Visual and operable training aids developed by the Medical Illustration Service, were used in support of Army Medical Service mass casualty exercises.
Argon was also blown at low velocities ( mass flow rate Af ) through a tube coaxial with the cathode as an additional precaution against contamination of the arc by air.
From an estimated mass of 25 g for a zero-magnitude meteorite, the other masses are derived with the assumption of a mass decrease by a factor of 2.512 for each unit increase in magnitude.
The mass scale used in Table 5-1 was derived on the assumption that the motion of the glowing trail is related to the momentum transfer to the trail by the meteorite, permitting the calculation of the mass if the velocity is known ( Cook and Whipple, 1958 ).
A measure of the total mass accretion of meteoritic material by the Earth is obtained from analyses of deep-sea sediments and dust collected in remote regions ( Pettersson, 1960 ).
Likewise, Kant formulated the nebular hypothesis, according to which the solar system was evolved from a rotating mass of incandescent gas, nearly a half century before its scientific value was made plain by Laplace in his Systeme Du Monde.
Willow Run, General Electric's enormous installations at Louisville and Syracuse, the Pentagon, Boeing in Seattle, Douglas and Lockheed in Los Angeles, the new automobile assembly plants everywhere -- none of these is substantially served by any sort of conventional mass rapid transit.
The last two writers introduce strong political bias into their works, and not unlike the union leaders that we will discuss soon, see folklore as a reservoir of protest by a downtrodden and publically silenced mass.
With the formula C < sub > n </ sub > H < sub > 2n + 2 </ sub >, Alkanes belong to a homologous series of organic compounds in which the members differ by a constant relative molecular mass of 14.
In tropical and other climates typified by hot days and cool nights, the high thermal mass of adobe levels out the heat transfer through the wall to the living space.
On average, the Atlantic is the saltiest major ocean ; surface water salinity in the open ocean ranges from 33 to 37 parts per thousand ( 3. 3 – 3. 7 %) by mass and varies with latitude and season.
Argon constitutes 0. 934 % by volume and 1. 28 % by mass of the Earth's atmosphere, and air is the primary raw material used by industry to produce purified argon products.
Elemental astatine has never been viewed, because a mass large enough to be seen ( by the naked human eye ) would be immediately vaporized by the heat generated by its own radioactivity.
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Ocean floor material is largely composed of basalt, which is relatively dense ; when it collides with the lighter granite rocks of Central America, the ocean floor is forced down under the land mass, creating the deep Middle America Trench that lies off the coast of El Salvador.
Initially, western ballistic missiles could not even reach such targets, which would be located deep within interior of the Sino-Soviet land mass in Asia.
For example, an object with a mass of one kilogram has a weight of about 9. 8 newtons on the surface of the Earth, about one-sixth as much on the Moon, and very nearly zero when in deep space far away from all bodies imparting gravitational influence.
Thus augmented, and swollen into a stream wide, the Elbe carves a path through the basaltic mass of the České Středohoří, churning its way through a deep, narrow rocky gorge.
This structure supports an extensive and deep mass of earth, in which are planted broad-leaved trees of the sort that are commonly found in gardens, a wide variety of flowers of all species and, in brief, everything that is most agreeable to the eye and conducive to the enjoyment of pleasure.
The normal practice of the Spartans ( and, indeed, the Greeks generally ) was to establish their heavily armed infantry in a solid mass, or phalanx, some eight to twelve men deep.
On 3 June 2008, he was officially signed to become the manager of the Mexican national team against the advice of his closest business associates who warned of " deep divisions within the Mexican Football Federation " and an " underlying potential xenophobia among players and fans " and despite the mass protests by the Mexican fans that preceded his appointment.
It is drained chiefly by the South Platte River Missouri-Mississippi system ), through a deep gorge in the dissected mass of the plateau-like Front Range.
When a drought caused a deep famine in 1788, there was no money available from the French Treasury, as had been done in the past, to subsidize the cost of flour for bread to prevent mass starvation.
The Weddell Sea is an important area of deep water mass formation through cabbeling, the main driving force of the thermohaline circulation.
Some resurge of mass tourism in the early ' 90s was followed by a deep social crisis in town, with an increase of poverty, jobless rate and emigration.
" When water is flooded into the sandtrout's excretions, a pre-spice mass is formed ; at this " stage of fungusoid wild growth ," gasses are produced which result in " a characteristic ' blow ,' exchanging the material from deep underground for the matter on the surface above it.
This includes use in a coasting spaceship in deep space far from any mass, a spaceship orbiting the Earth, an airplane in a parabolic " zero-g " arc, or any free-fall in vacuum.
The rebellion abated, but direct papal pressure induced Frederick to mass transfer all his Muslim subjects deep into the Italian hinterland, to Lucera.
WWP adheres strongly to the Leninst concept of a cadre membership but seeks to become a revolutionary mass party through Marxist political analysis as well as deep involvement in organizing movements and protests.
He made arrangements for this to be grown in deep culture tanks at the Medical Research Council's Antibiotic Research Station in Clevedon, enabling mass production of this mould for the injections of the soldiers of World War II who suffered from infections.
World War I entanglements could in some places be scores of metres thick and several metres deep, with the entire space filled with a random, tangled mass of barbed wire.
Mass Effect 2 has a scene of a drill instructor citing Newton's first law and warning a pair of trainees that " eyeballing " such a weapon of mass destruction without a firing solution must be avoided at all costs since a RKV will not stop until it hits something ; in the instructor's own words, " that could be a ship, or the planet behind that ship ; it might even go off into deep space and hit somebody else in ten thousand years ".
Swiss mercenaries ( Reisläufer ) were valued throughout Late Medieval Europe for the power of their determined mass attack in deep columns with the pike and halberd.
Ira Shor further defines critical literacy as " of thought, reading, writing, and speaking which go beneath surface meaning, first impressions, dominant myths, official pronouncements, traditional clichés, received wisdom, and mere opinions, to understand the deep meaning, root causes, social context, ideology, and personal consequences of any action, event, object, process, organization, experience, text, subject matter, policy, mass media, or discourse ".
The significant increase in the size of the cerebral hemisphere through evolution has been made possible in part through the evolution of the vascular pia mater, which allows nutrient blood-vessels to penetrate deep into the intertwined cerebral matter, providing the necessary nutrients in this larger neural mass.
Over the next 30 million years, the region was finally taken over the by a deep sea, the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway, and deposited mass amounts of shale over the area known as the Pierre Shale.
As a final modernist touch, the short sides of the parallelogram are marked with a deep vertical notch, breaking up the tower's mass and emphasizing its verticality.