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Usually and work
Usually, there is no set term ; the manager serves as long as the council is satisfied with his or her work.
Usually, Craig takes a minor character and makes him or her the protagonist of her next work.
Usually a Grade 6 is found in a greater piece of work such as a symphony, where it can contain mixed meters, intricate rhythms, and harmonies.
Usually makes Ren do his dirty work.
Usually the angle and axis pair is easier to work with, while the rotation vector is more compact, requiring only three numbers like Euler angles.
Usually, Mac managed to foil — either deliberately or unwittingly — The Painter's work ; only once was The Painter able to get the upper hand ( in the # 8 film, at the end of the fast-paced chase in the swimming pool where the shock of the Painter's antics literally kills Mac, but his death turns out to be a retcon as he next appears in the # 9 film ).
Usually the player characters form a pack and work together to gain renown among the other Garou, so that they can advance in rank.
Usually, this means constant volume heat capacity so that no work is done, and also the heat capacity of a system for such purposes must not include heat absorbed by any chemical reaction or process.
Usually accompanied by soothing music, the teacher will lead the class through a series of floor exercises incorporating both matwork exercises from Pilates and yoga poses to warm up the body and prepare the student for more challenging standing work later in the class.
Usually they are found purely by chance ( e. g. during construction or demolition work ) though on some occasions they are recovered following deliberate, targeted searches.
Usually gray or black in color, Percherons are well-muscled, and known for their intelligence and willingness to work.
Usually either Kine or Wilkie individually would oversee effects work on a production ; due to the number of effects required, both worked on Quatermass and the Pit.
Usually it takes the form of a work of fiction ( often a screenplay ) which indirectly reviews the game through allegory.
Usually created out of wood, her sculptures appear puzzle-like, with multiple intricately cut pieces placed into wall sculptures or independently standing pieces, often 3-D. A unique feature of her work is that her figures are often painted in monochromatic black or white.
Usually, the matches were fairly local with neighbouring counties, rather than with distant teams, and matches were often played in batches so that amateur players could time their holidays from work to take part in several games over a period of a week or two.
Usually the concentration involves combining work in two or more academic disciplines and taking courses in several departments and schools of the University.
Usually a combination of financial aid comprising loan, tuition waiver and work compensation is offered to students.
Usually the character of the work is lighter than other multiple-movement works for large ensemble ( for example the symphony ), with tunefulness being more important than thematic development or dramatic intensity.
Usually the main reason for the high profile of prime time television is due to the fact that many people who come home from work and school tend to watch TV more than any other activity.
Usually < var > B </ var > is given as a prime, but composite numbers work as well.
Usually, every character has their own special Fatality that must be performed at a certain distance from the opponent, the three distances being: close ( means that the finishing move won't work unless the player is right next to the opponent ), sweep ( means that the player should stand a step or two away from the opponent, but still within the distance that a sweeping low kick should hit ) and far ( means at least one jump's length away from the opponent ).
Usually some middle-ranking literary man was appointed as general editor ; occasionally, however, a first-rate scholar would preside over the edition and include original work of his own within it, Nicolas Heinsius's edition of Claudian ( Elsevier, 1661 ) being a good example.
Usually a single officer is assigned to work in a county or city.
Usually, a symbol of their most distinguished work is engraved onto the nibs, of the fountain pen versions.

Usually and studied
Usually the most basic of these relationships studied is that between the mother and child, and second most basic is between sexual partners — the focus of feminism and Queer theory respectively, where relationships are central.
Usually they were studied as secondary or tertiary weapons within a school but there are exceptions, such as the art of wielding the short staff, ( jōdō ) which was the primary art taught by the Shintō Musō-ryū.
Usually though, it is assumed, that the game theorist is able to " stand outside " the different interests being studied, to view the situation objectively – in a detached, uninvolved, impartial and unbiased way.
* Exam A / 2 ( Proba A / 2 ) — Romanian Language and Literature ( Written Examination ) — Usually an essay upon a literature theme ( such as " Show the features of the modern twentieth century novel with examples on a studied work ") and a text with 10-20 questions based on the text ( such as " Find a metaphor and an oxymoron in the text " or " Comment the following passage in ten lines or less ").

Usually and offers
Usually no consolidator offers everything ; they may only have contracted rates to specific destinations.
Usually however the regular pricing for premium channels ranges from just under $ 10 to near $ 25 per month per suite, with lower prices available via bundling options with cable or satellite providers, or special limited offers which are available during free preview periods or before the launch of a network's prestige series.
Usually multi-peril crop insurance offers hail, excessive rain and drought in a combined package.
Usually such expensive prizes are backed by an insurance company who offers prize indemnification services.

Usually and us
Usually at the beginning of the show's second hour, Feldman reads some " actual memos sent in to us by actual listeners " that often contain some sort of humorous content or blooper.

Usually and special
Usually, cult films have limited but very special, noted appeal.
Usually, special vent tubes allow air to escape from the chamber as it fills or enter as it empties, maintaining atmospheric pressure within the float chamber ; these usually extend into the carburetor throat.
Usually, you don ’ t pay a late enrollment penalty if you meet certain conditions that allow you to sign up for Part B during a special enrollment period.
Usually each team will use aircraft similar to one another finished in a special and dramatic colour scheme, thus emphasising their entertainment function.
Usually the verse 9 of Sūra LXVI is also recited and a special prayer called " Muḥammad's du ' a " ʾ is said.
Usually furnished with a mahogany table seating only eight, Prime Ministers have often used this room when dining with family or when entertaining special guests on more personal state occasions.
Usually cohesive surface forces and adhesive energy potentials between surfaces are examined as a special field in physics departments.
Usually, except in the special context of the problem of moments, the function f ( x ) will be a probability density function.
Usually, thimbles with a closed top are used by dressmakers but special thimbles with an opening at the end are used by tailors as this allows them to manipulate the cloth more easily.
Usually, the plate with the sushi sits on a labeled cylindrical stand to indicate that this is a special order.
Usually these troops embody a more elite status than other imperial forces, including the regular armed forces, and maintain special rights, privileges and traditions.
Usually herds of buffalo were stampeded into this trap, or on other occasions, the buffalo were drawn in by a person like Pitikwahanapiwiyin, who was gifted by spirit helpers to use a special song to lure in the buffalo.
Usually, Kirby cannot inhale anything while he has use of a special ability, but he can " drop " the ability at any time ( this happens automatically whenever he takes damage ), sending it bouncing behind him as a star for a short time.
Usually, refractories require special heat-up techniques to ensure that their performance will be attained as designed, and to avoid thermal shock and drying stresses until the operational status is achieved.
Usually the player will give the fan an autographed bat and / or other autographed items in exchange for the special ball.
Usually a script is optimized for a special strategy.
Usually this was balanced out with different benefits, like stronger special abilities and lower sailing costs.
Usually, there are no bridesmaids or other special roles in the wedding other than that of bride and groom.
Usually drawing on the most familiar gods and heroes, he restricts himself to just a few, relatively well-known episodes, as narrated by poet-historians, given visible shape by artists and repeatedly reinterpreted in the literature and visual art of later centuries ..... His special medium is writing.
Usually, however, the name is used for a special order of Greek or Basilian monks, devoting themselves to prayer and praise without intermission, day and night.
Usually, special legislation is required, granting a perpetual copyright to a specific work.
Usually, Double DEC programs, which are considered special pre-university programs, require six semesters ( three years ) to complete.

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