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Thus and possibility
Thus, any system of policies that benefited one group would by definition harm the other, and there was no possibility of economics being used to maximize the " commonwealth ", or common good.
Thus the proof of the existence of a mathematical object is tied to the possibility of its construction.
Thus the possibility of incorporating Portugal into the Kingdom of Galicia was eliminated and Afonso become sole ruler ( Duke of Portugal ) after demands for independence from the county's people, church and nobles.
Thus, there is no possibility of simply copying each list, let alone of using a template, as can be done, if different languages share one project with or without separate namespaces.
" Thus the possibility was left open that Rundstedt could still face individual prosecution for his actions.
Thus, anyone who knowingly consumes is, at the very least, reckless as to the possibility of losing control.
Thus, for a computer searching only five ply, there is a possibility that it will make a move which is detrimental, but the detrimental effect is not visible because it does not search to the depth of the error ( i. e. beyond its horizon ).
Thus the possibility remained that for its new remake MGM could eliminate the arguably infringing elements of the 1932 film in a way that did not substantially alter the story, thereby complying with both the copyright law and the 1931 Agreement.
Thus, this allows for the possibility to experience otherwise daunting members on a personal level.
Thus, the possibility that there is some form of adaptive advantage to the similar coloration deserves study.
Thus Say's law, in its original concept, was not intrinsically linked nor logically reliant on the neutrality of money ( as has been alleged by those who wish to disagree with the law ) because the key proposition of the Law is that no matter how much people save, production is still a possibility as it is the prerequisite for the attainment of any additional goods of consumption.
Thus, the possibility of errors is significant.
Thus, Jamyang Shaypa fails to recognize the possibility of an ' analytical meditation ' based on observation, even when he cites passages on breath meditation from Vasubandhu's Treasury of Manifest Knowledge and, especially, Asaṅga's Grounds of Hearers that appear to describe it.
Thus even though there is no definitive way for one tradition in moral philosophy to vanquish and exclude the possibility of another, nevertheless opposing views can call one another into question by various means including issues of internal coherence, imaginative reconstruction of dilemmas, epistemic crisis, and fruitfulness.
Thus, the possibility of re-strengthening increased, though predictions only gradual intensification.
Thus, the oral vaccine broke the chain of transmission of the virus and allowed for the possibility that polio might one day be eradicated.
Thus, argued: "... in sufficiently broad contexts such analytic descriptions cease to be adequate ... ' the law of the whole ' will generally include the possibility of describing the ' loosening ' of aspects from each other, so that they will be relatively autonomous in limited contexts ... however, any form of relative autonomy ( and heteronomy ) is ultimately limited by holonomy, so that in a broad enough context such forms are seen to be merely aspects, relevated in the holomovement, rather than disjoint and separately existent things in interaction ".
Thus each possibility seems to imply its own negation-a type of logical paradox.
Thus can't ( or cannot ) is often used to express disbelief in the possibility of something, as must expresses belief in the certainty of something.
Thus, the election process at the provincial and national levels avoided the possibility of even implicit policy differences among candidates .”
Thus, the possibility of utilizing the site for the purpose of intercepting radio signals was deemed to warrant a military presence.
Thus they left open the possibility that the Ape Index may be more significant when there is a greater degree of equivalence between the other traits under consideration.
: Thus, in the 1930s and 1940s when Jewish refugee professors arrived at Southern Black Colleges, there was a history of overt empathy between Blacks and Jews, and the possibility of truly effective collaboration.
Thus, because of the possibility of it being a female monastery, an abbey-principality is one of the few cases in which the rule can be restricted to female incumbents, styled Princess-Abbess.

Thus and Portugal
Thus if Portugal specialized in wine and England in cloth, both states would end up better off if they traded.
Thus, the United States entered into a ten-year war in Vietnam, taking over from French colonialists, and supported Portugal in its attempts to hold on to Angola.
Thus war broke out between Portugal and Calicut.
Thus, Portugal was allied with Britain and preserved its possessions for a longer time.
Thus, Portugal reached the hegemony in the Atlantic, not only for the known territories but also for those that were to be discovered in the future, while Castile was restricted to the Canary islands.
Thus, one of the major northern trade centers of the Islamic world was now in the possession of Portugal.
Thus, a group of 24 Portuguese Jews who had previously migrated from Portugal to the Netherlands because of antisemitism, headed farther North with the Dutch, where New Amsterdam -- present-day Manhattan -- was founded.
Thus, Nóbrega had no alternative other than bless and support the punitive expeditions sent by the third Governor-General from Portugal, Mem de Sá, in 1560 and by his nephew, Estácio de Sá, in 1565.
Thus, Samuel Usque, also a historian, who had fled from the Inquisition in Portugal, settled in Ferrara ; and Abraham Usque founded a large printing establishment there.

Thus and up
Thus, when the Russians sent up their first sputnik, American chagrin was human enough, and American determination to put American satellites into orbit was perfectly understandable.
Thus, the Span of its ossification was shortened and the center's ability to `` catch up '' in ossification is demonstrated.
Thus, while it remains possible that the Babylonians and/or the Pythagoreans may perhaps have had the magic square of three before the Chinese did, more definite evidence will have to turn up from the Middle East or the Classical World before China can lose her claim to the earliest known magic square by more than a thousand years.
Thus, ATP was a simple request / response exchange, with no need to set up or tear down connections.
Thus if the instrument depends on the pressure or suction effect alone, and this pressure or suction is measured against the air pressure in an ordinary room, in which the doors and windows are carefully closed and a newspaper is then burnt up the chimney, an effect may be produced equal to a wind of 10 mi / h ( 16 km / h ); and the opening of a window in rough weather, or the opening of a door, may entirely alter the registration.
Thus initially the Level 2 cache ran at half of the CPU clock speed up to 700 MHz ( 350 MHz cache ).
Thus united to them in the fellowship of life, he will both understand the things revealed to them by God and, thenceforth escaping the peril that threatens sinners in the judgment, will receive that which is laid up for the saints in the kingdom of heaven.
Thus, there are 35 possible basic contracts ( five at each of the seven levels ); 1 being the lowest, followed by 1 etc., up to 7NT, the highest possible bid.
Thus, only the immediate purchaser could recover for a product defect, and if a part was built up out of parts from parts manufacturers, the ultimate buyer could not recover for injury caused by a defect in the part.
Thus, by speaking of ' consciousness ' we end up misleading ourselves by thinking that there is any sort of thing as consciousness separated from behavioral and linguistic understandings.
Thus the Hellenic laws treated all forms of theft, assault, rape, and murder as private wrongs, and left action for enforcement up to the victims or their survivors.
Thus the interior of a metal is filled up with a large number of unattached electrons that travel aimlessly around like a crowd of displaced persons.
Thus the spoken phrase " I'm going up the apples " means " I'm going the stairs '/' upstairs '".
Thus, central to Zoroastrianism is the emphasis on moral choice, to choose between the responsibility and duty for which one is in the mortal world, or to give up this duty and so facilitate the work of druj.
Thus if we reason from the statement " Pegasus flies " to the statement " Pegasus exists ", we are not asserting that Pegasus is made up of atoms, but rather that Pegasus exists in a particular worldview, the worldview of classical myth.
Thus, although Scots were only 10 per cent of the British population, they made up 15 per cent of the national armed forces and eventually accounted for 20 per cent of the dead.
Thus to kiss an icon of Christ, in the Eastern Orthodox view, is to show love towards Christ Jesus himself, not mere wood and paint making up the physical substance of the icon.
Thus, criminals tend to repeat their crimes, and eventually end up facing execution or exile.
Thus the psychopathologized individual for Freud was an immature individual, and the goal of psychoanalysis was to bring these fixations to conscious awareness so that the libido energy would be freed up and available for conscious use in some sort of constructive sublimation.
" Thus we " make up our minds ," " change our minds " or are " of two minds " about something.
Thus midwives potentially could have had up to 5 years of total training.
Thus the molecules and atoms which make up the human body are vibrating, colliding, and moving.
Thus a variable which can store up to nine digits would be " packed " into 5 bytes.

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