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They had been through trying times, but their faith in the Almighty had given them the courage and the strength to meet and overcome the many problems and difficulties that were the price they had to pay for freedom.
She has consequently often credited her faith as having helped her overcome addictions and personal problems.
Disease and disaster, in Cronenberg's work, are less problems to be overcome than agents of personal transformation.
To overcome problems with the main 2 0 0 standard several further documents got released:
Experimentation with sound film technology, both for recording and playback, was virtually constant throughout the silent era, but the twin problems of accurate synchronization and sufficient amplification had been difficult to overcome ( Eyman, 1997 ).
Chalmers's ideals demonstrated that the church was concerned with the problems of urban society, and they represented a real attempt to overcome the social fragmentation that took place in industrial towns and cities.
In 1994 the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund ( IMF ), and the United States Environmental Protection Agency agreed to give Kazakhstan US $ 62 million to help the country overcome ecological problems.
Modern stabilized and laminated woods have largely overcome these problems.
If computers could control the nervous system through neuro-electronic interface, problems that impair the system could be controlled so that effects of diseases and injuries could be overcome.
He managed to overcome most of these problemsthe Holy See's disputes with the Kingdom of Naples, Sardinia, Spain, Venice, and Austria were settled.
To overcome such problems, Empress Dowager Cixi issued an imperial edict in 1901 calling for reform proposals from the governors-general and governors and initiated the era of the dynasty's " New Policy ", also known as the " Late Qing Reform ".
Currently, there is still no complete and consistent quantum theory of gravity, and the candidate models still need to overcome major formal and conceptual problems.
These problems can be overcome by incorporating a ground map of the radar's surroundings and eliminating all echoes which appear to originate below ground or above a certain height.
Although numerous technical, political, and financial problems had been overcome, the final cost was more than double the original estimate.
The British, who deployed large numbers of Indian Army troops under Smuts, faced difficult logistic problems supplying their pursuing army deep in the interior, which they attempted to overcome by the formation of a large Carrier Corps of native porters.
To overcome the problems of intonation and reduce the use of the slide, Renold Schilke designed the tuning-bell trumpet.
Felix Wankel managed to overcome most of the problems that made previous rotary engines fail by developing a configuration with vane seals that had a tip radius equal to the amount of " oversize " of the rotor housing form, as compared to the theoretical epitrochoid, to minimize radial apex seal motion plus introducing a cylindrical gas-loaded apex pin which abutted all sealing elements to seal around the 3 planes at each rotor apex.
These problems can be overcome by incorporating a ground map of the radar's surroundings and eliminating all echoes which appear to originate below ground or above a certain height.
He makes no other serious attempt to overcome his rival, devotes his attention to the political and military problems in the eastern part of the Roman Empire.
For Calvet-type calorimeters, a specific calibration, so called Joule effect or electrical calibration, has been developed to overcome all the problems encountered by a calibration done with standard materials.
According to R. Clive Woods, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Iowa State University, those groups were not able to overcome the extremely challenging technical problems of replicating all aspects of the 1992 experimental conditions.
It is believed to help a person overcome colds and digestive problems, among other mild forms of sickness.
: In a mixed group that has members at various stages of development or recovery, a member can be inspired and encouraged by another member who has overcome the problems with which they are still struggling.
Later they also introduced a return path multiplexer to overcome noise problems when combining return path signals from multiple areas.
Ultimately, he writes, Louis XV failed to overcome these fiscal problems, mainly because he was incapable of putting together conflicting parties and interests in his entourage.

overcome and they
For as his companions gradually dissolve back into a state of primitive confrontation with elemental necessity, as they lose all the appanage of their acquired culture, he is overcome by the feeling that he is at last being confronted with the essence of mankind.
Both of them were overcome by the horror of the world in which they found themselves, because at last they could no longer overcome that world with the weapon of a purely lyrical art.
`` By winning against Bradley, Kentucky and Notre Dame on those teams' home courts, they showed that the home court advantage can be overcome anywhere and that it doesn't take a super team to do it ''.
For nearly a year, they have been receiving counseling, separately and together, in an effort to understand and overcome the antagonisms which had given rise to the possibility of divorce.
An earlier difficulty was overcome by making it clear that individual libraries in any area might join or not, as they saw fit.
For example, if two characters are wrestling the relevant attribute is Strength ; a character could reveal a weapon, changing it to Warfare ; they could try to overcome the other character's mind using a power, changing it to Psyche ; or they could concentrate their strength on defense, changing it to Endurance.
If arachnophobics see a spider, they may not enter the general vicinity until they have overcome the panic attack that is often associated with their phobia.
Also, a therapist might choose to have the subject partake in what is called " exposure therapy " where the person is exposed to virtual spiders and then eventually live spiders little by little until they have overcome the phobia.
The merchants with whom they were travelling, defended themselves vigorously and for a time successfully, but eventually they were conquered and overcome by the pirates, who took from them their ships and all that they possessed, whilst they themselves barely escaped on.
To overcome breaks of gauge some bogies are being fitted with variable gauge axles ( VGA ) so that they can operate on two different gauges.
From the earliest times knights and mounted men-at-arms had frequently dismounted to handle enemies they could not overcome on horseback, such as in the Battle of the Dyle ( 891 ) and the Battle of Bremule ( 1119 ), but after 1350s this trend became more marked with the dismounted men-at-arms fighting as super-heavy infantry with two-handed swords and poleaxes.
For molecules of a liquid to evaporate, they must be located near the surface, be moving in the proper direction, and have sufficient kinetic energy to overcome liquid-phase intermolecular forces.
Alice Miller claims that " many people suffer all their lives from this oppressive feeling of guilt, the sense of not having lived up to their parents ' expectations .... no argument can overcome these guilt feelings, for they have their beginnings in life's earliest period, and from that they derive their intensity.
Other researchers believe that individuals with an internal locus of control-that is, people who believe that the gambling outcomes are the result of their own skill-are more susceptible to the gambler's fallacy because they reject the idea that chance could overcome skill or talent.

overcome and improved
Cost limitations have been overcome by employing the more complex synchrotron or modern, klystron-driven linear accelerators, both of which have the advantage of scalability, offering more power within an improved cost structure as the machines are made larger.
As sound-on-film technology improved, both of these disadvantages were overcome.
Despite improved play during the second half of the season, they could not overcome the deficit from early on in the season.
This had the four headlight nose and improved trim and equipment, such as a two-dial instrument pack and heated rear window, in a bid to overcome the Viva's basic car image-its original place in the GM range now taken by a newly launched, wide range of locally-made 1. 3-litre Chevettes-and slowing sales.
For later models of this aircraft, capabilities of ejection seats improved, so it was changed to an upward-firing one, to overcome problems in low-altitude escapes.
The Parry Report, referred to above, did not make any reference to improved under-rail infrastructure in rural NSW which would assist CountryLink to overcome its immediate challenges.
Just as Commodore saw an opening for the Amiga in some global markets against the IBM PC, a computer with improved graphics and sounds was considered to overcome the PC-9801 in the home-use field in Japan.
The Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 improved on its predecessor and incorporated corrective optics needed to overcome the main mirror defect.
Performances soon improved with him playing, and Tranmere Rovers were beaten twice whilst the Tradesman of Southport and Liverpool Excelsior were both overcome 7 – 0.
The ease of his victory during that previous conflict, and overconfidence by the Japanese General Staff in Japan's ability to overcome improved fortifications made by the Russians, led to a much longer campaign, with much heavier losses than expected.
It has dramatically improved the law enforcement response to violence against women and has provided critical services necessary to support women in their struggle to overcome abusive situations.

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