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When and hypothetical
When particles in a beam are thrown against a foil made of a certain substance, the cross section is a hypothetical area measure around the target particles of the substance ( usually its atoms ) that represents a surface.
When a signal is downsampled, the sampling theorem can be invoked via the artifice of resampling a hypothetical continuous-time reconstruction.
When biological warfare or new, currently hypothetical, threats ( i. e., robots, new artificial bacteria ) are considered, biosafety precautions are generally not sufficient.
When the first thorough examination of Opabinia in 1975 revealed its unusual features, it was thought to be unrelated to any known phylum, although possibly related to a hypothetical ancestor of arthropods and of annelid worms.
When Achilles demands that " If you accept A and B and C, you must accept Z ," the Tortoise remarks that that's another hypothetical proposition, and suggests even if it accepts C, it could still fail to conclude Z if it did not see the truth of:
When an implication is translated by a hypothetical ( or conditional ) judgment the antecedent is called the hypothesis ( or the condition ) and the consequent is called the thesis.
When a distinction is made in one's mind between a hypothetical zombie and oneself ( assumed not to be a zombie ), the hypothetical zombie, being a subset of the concept of oneself, must entail a deficit in observables ( cognitive systems ), a " seductive error " contradicting the original definition of a zombie.
When asked about Burkett's role in the controversy, David Van Os, Burkett's lawyer, responded with the hypothetical that someone may have reconstructed documents that the preparer believed existed in 1972 or 1973.
When the hypothetical Finnic-Sami protolanguage ( also known as Early Proto-Finnic ) is reconstructed, it turns out phonologically nearly identical to the preceding stage, Proto-Finno-Volgaic ( which in turn is very close to Proto-Finno-Ugric, and quite close to Proto-Uralic itself as well ).
When an imaginary city map was oriented such that north was at the top of the page, the average participant expressed a preference for living north of that city's center, and guessed that a hypothetical person described as high in socioeconomic status ( SES ) would also live north of the city's center ( whereas someone low in SES would likely live significantly south of the city's center ).
* Innate as metaphysical premise-" When used as an a priori assumption, rather than as a hypothetical construct ".

When and dilemma
When this second dilemma first became obvious -- during the mid to late '50's -- the United States appeared to have three choices.
When new elections are called, Finn is in a dilemma.
When moral values are in conflict, the result may be an ethical dilemma or crisis.
When they realized the JSA's dilemma, the JLA members quickly journeyed to the Earth-Two universe, defeating Aquarius and returning Earth-Two to normal.
When Dorothy Malone was rushed into emergency surgery, the producers were faced with the dilemma of what to do with her character, Constance, who at that point was too deeply embroiled in the plot line to disappear without reason.
< li > When offensive and defensive behaviour are not distinguishable but offense has an advantage – The security dilemma is “ very intense ”.
When high property prices made sales of their grounds attractive, this posed a dilemma for the religious order but were sold for the construction of 78 houses in a high-density development.
When the cardinals assembled, they faced a dilemma.
When two pseudonymous identities propose to enter into an online transaction, they are faced with the Prisoner's dilemma: the deal can succeed only if the parties are willing to trust each other, but they have no rational basis for doing so.
When Pluto was first discovered, it was initially known as Planet X. Astronomers had been searching for another planet past Neptune, hoping to solve the dilemma of its rather irregular orbit.

When and was
When they were closer and he saw that one was a woman, he was more puzzled than ever.
When the meal was ready, he told Jones to wash up, and going into the front room, woke the girl.
When they reached their neighbor's house, Pamela said a few polite words to Grace and kissed Melissa lightly on the forehead, the impulse prompted by a stray thought -- of the type to which she was frequently subject these days -- that they might never see one another again.
When he regained consciousness he was in Lord's house, in the office of Doctor Lord, the deputy's deceased father.
When it was followed by a second, whining even closer, Cobb swerved sharply aside into a depression.
When the sea was visible ahead of them, the relief was as great as if the sun had come out.
When she appeared at the store to help out for a few hours even my looking at her was surreptitious lest my Uncle notice it.
When our eyes met the air was filled with an unuttered message of `` Me, too ''.
`` When I was in college '', I grinned, `` I remember a poem I had to read in my lit class.
When they got to Shillong, in Assam, he was happy.
`` When I came up, damnit, I thought I was going down.
When he awoke in the mornings, she was in his mind and he could hardly wait to get to school to be near her in the flesh.
When he came back to the schoolhouse, his mind was made up.
When he finally left the sinister mansion on Perdido Street, he was carried out in a coroner's basket.
When he was eight he began violin lessons.
When the possibility that he had not given reconsideration to so weighty a decision seemed to disconcert his questioners, Mr. Eisenhower was known to make his characteristic statement to the press that he was not going to talk about the matter any more.
When he was stripped, deloused and numbered by his guards, his much-thumbed sketchbook was seized and thrown on a pile of prisoners' goods to be confiscated.
When her right hand was incapacitated by the rheumatism, Sadie learned to write with her left hand.
When Harold Arlen returned to California in the winter of 1944, it was to take up again a collaboration with Johnny Mercer, begun some years before.
When he was fifteen John H. Mercer turned out his first song, a jazzy little thing he called `` Sister Susie, Strut Your Stuff ''.
When he heard that Paul Whiteman was looking for singers to replace the Rhythm Boys, Mercer applied and got the job, `` not for my voice, I'm sure, but because I could write songs and material generally ''.

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