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Thus, if corporations are not to run away with us, they must become quasi-governmental institutions, subject to public control and needs.
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Thus if E is sufficiently small, there can be only one intersection of C and Af near Q, for if there were more than one intersection for every E then the difference between C and Af near Q would not be a monotone function.
Thus, if public pressure sets the effective limit to the price that the industry may charge, this pressure is itself a function of the wage rate.
Thus, during any given year ( A ) if the revenues from the residential service are $7,000,000, ( B ) if the operating expenses imputed to this class of service come to $5,000,000, and ( C ) if the net investment in ( or value of ) the plant and equipment deemed devoted to this service amounts to $30,000,000, the cost analyst will report that residential service, in the aggregate, has yielded a return of $2,000,000 or 6-2/3 per cent.
Thus if the gyro and platform-controller combination maintains the platform with zero angular deviation about the **yf axis, the system can be rotated with an angular velocity Af if a torque is supplied to the gyro output axis Aj.
Thus, if we are to observe American folklore in the twentieth century, we will do well to establish the relationships between folklore, nationalism and imperialism at the outset.
Thus, if what is at issue is whether `` All S is P '', it is indifferent whether `` Some S is not P '' or `` No S is P '', since in either case the judgment in question is false.
For every group G there is a natural group homomorphism G → Aut ( G ) whose image is the group Inn ( G ) of inner automorphisms and whose kernel is the center of G. Thus, if G has trivial center it can be embedded into its own automorphism group.
Thus throwing a rock at someone for the purpose of hitting him is a battery if the rock in fact strikes the person and is an assault if the rock misses.
Thus, a court officer taking possession of goods under a court order may use force if reasonably necessary.
Thus, if P is a program in L < sub > 2 </ sub > which is a minimal description of s, then InterpretLanguage ( P ) returns the string s. The length of this description of s is the sum of
Thus, if every historian were to claim that there was a solar eclipse in the year 1600, then though we might at first naively regard that as in violation of natural laws, we'd come to accept it as a fact.
Thus and corporations
Thus, whites, latinos, and women, as well as African-Americans, are clearly protected by the Fourteenth Amendment, and groups organized specifically for business purposes, including corporations, may also benefit from its protections, just as any other group of persons.
" Thus ... unquestionably incident to sovereign power to erect corporations to that of the United States, in relation to the objects entrusted to the management of the government.
Thus, law firms cannot quickly raise capital through initial public offerings on the stock market, like most corporations.
Thus, macroeconomic models are widely used in academia, teaching and research, and are also widely used by international organizations, national governments and larger corporations, as well as by economics consultants and think tanks.
Thus, the government does not grant corporations a privilege of limited liability ; anything announced and freely contracted for in advance is a right of a free individual, not a special privilege.
Thus, the extra or above-average profits do not arise so much from real productivity gains, but from corporations monopolising access to resources, technologies and markets.
Thus the role of campaign contributions by individuals from HMOs or large health insurance companies and other corporations with business interests in affecting health care policy is widely accepted.
Thus, American corporations and banks started seeking investment opportunities abroad, prompting the development in the U. S. of mutual funds specializing in trading in foreign stock markets.
Thus and are
Thus we are compelled to face the urbanization of the South -- an urbanization which, despite its dramatic and overwhelming effects upon the Southern culture, has been utterly ignored by the bulk of Southern writers.
Thus, paradoxically, the beat writers resort to `` religious '' metaphors: they are in search of mana, the spiritual, the numinous, but not anything connected with formal religion.
Thus Burns's `` My love is like a red, red rose '' and Hopkins' `` The thunder-purple sea-beach, plumed purple of Thunder '' although clearly intelligible in content, hardly present ideas of the sort with which we are here concerned.
Thus, although the agenda of external assistance in the economic sphere are cumulative, and many of the policies suggested for nations in the earlier stages remain relevant, the basic purpose of American economic policy during the later stages of development should be to assure that movement into a stage of self-sustaining growth is not prevented by lack of foreign exchange.
Thus in his friends are stranger than his sisters' strong stresses are normal for his and sisters', but in his friends are stranger than his sisters strong stresses are normal for friends and sisters.
Thus his persistence values for some stem frequencies per meaning are: stem identical in 8 languages, 100% ; ;
Thus, in the example cited above Fromm rests his whole case on the premise that the workers are being deprived unconsciously, unknowingly, of fulfillment, and then supports this with survey data reporting conscious, experienced frustrations.
Thus, the three main categories of antisubmarine warfare operations are defense of shipping, defense of naval forces, and area defense.
Thus, in `` The Story Of Ruth '' we have Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz and sets that are meticulously authentic.
" Thus Boolos and Jeffrey are saying that an algorithm implies instructions for a process that " creates " output integers from an arbitrary " input " integer or integers that, in theory, can be chosen from 0 to infinity.
Thus although most species in the order are herbaceous, some no more than 15 cm high, there are a number of climbers ( e. g. some species of Asparagus ), as well as several genera forming trees ( e. g. Agave, Cordyline, Yucca, Dracaena ), some of which can exceed 10 m in height.