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When decision makers act within this frame they determine whether a claim put forward in the name of religion is to be accepted by the larger community as appropriate to religion.
from Brown Corpus
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When and decision
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 Kennedy's newly appointed NASA Administrator James E. Webb requested a 30 percent budget increase for his agency, Kennedy supported an acceleration of NASA's large booster program but deferred a decision on the broader issue.
When sitting in review of a decision, the Court will only look at the method in which the decision was arrived at, whereas in an administrative appeal the correctness of the decision itself will be examined, usually by a higher body in the agency.
* When strings contain spaces or other word dividers, the decision must be taken whether to ignore these dividers or to treat them as " letters " preceding all other letters of the alphabet.
* Granularity: When a continuously variable analog value is represented in digital form there is always a decision as to the number of symbols to be assigned to that value.
When investors and managers perform DCF analysis, the important thing is that the net present value of the decision after discounting all future cash flows at least be positive ( more than zero ).
When a human played the game against the computer, the computer queried the Earl Weaver or Tony La Russa Expert System for a decision on what strategy to follow.
When the film workprint had been cut to a satisfactory state, it was then used to make an edit decision list ( EDL ).
When the work print or edit master has been approved, the Original Camera Negative ( OCN ) is assembled by a negative cutter using the edited work print or EDL ( edit decision list ) as a guide.
When the Court renders its decision, it will generally do so in a single majority opinion and one or more dissenting opinions.
When Kemp became Dole's running mate in 1996, they appeared on the cover of the August 19, 1996 issue of Time magazine, but the pair barely edged out a story on the reported discovery of extraterrestrial life on Mars, which was so close to being the cover story that Time inset it on the cover and wrote about how difficult the decision was.
When Ribbentrop finally got around to announcing his decision, the Hungarian delegation who had expected Ribbentrop to rule in favour of Romania broke out in cheers while the Romanian foreign minister Mihail Manoilescu fainted.
When this decision was taken, Otho's army had already crossed the Po and were encamped at Bedriacum ( or Betriacum ), a small village on the Via Postumia, and on the route by which the legions from Dalmatia would naturally arrive.
When the coconut supply was halted by the strike, resourceful Ricardo Gracia made the executive decision to relocate the ingredients of the Coco-Loco inside hollowed out pineapples ( evidently the pineapple cutters ’ union had not followed suit with a strike of their own ).
When asked why, she explained, " This isn't about leaving for a career in movies, or in theater – it's more of a personal decision.
When called to the court by a player or team captain, the referee may overrule the umpire's decision if the tennis rules were violated ( question of law ) but may not change the umpire's decision on a question of fact.
When this sort of issue is on appeal, the court of appeals will review the lower court decision " de novo " or from the beginning.
When the administration was approached by the comparatively smaller Boom town of Tulsa and offered a chance to move, the decision was made to relocate.
When Gagarin and Titov were informed of the decision during a meeting on April 9, Gagarin was very happy, and Titov was disappointed.
When the overall system is not working as expected, a sanity test can be used to make the decision on what to test next.
When his drummer Sonny Greer was invited to join the Wilber Sweatman Orchestra in New York City, Ellington made the fateful decision to leave behind his successful career in Washington, D. C., and move to Harlem, becoming one of the figures of the Harlem Renaissance.
When and makers
When Bessemer tried to induce makers to take up his improved system, he met with general rebuffs and was eventually driven to undertake the exploitation of the process himself.
When Boschert conducted her research, major auto makers showed little interest in large orders for large-format NiMH batteries.
When the film was released, film critic Roger Ebert discussed the style and methods the filmmakers used, writing, " The makers of The Atomic Cafe sifted through thousands of feet of Army films, newsreels, government propaganda films and old television broadcasts to come up with the material in their film, which is presented without any narration, as a record of some of the ways in which the bomb entered American folklore.
When Kraft Foods invented processed cheese in the early 1900s, traditional cheese makers wanted the new cheese to be labeled " embalmed cheese " by law.
When journalists and physicians began focusing on the narcotic contents of the patent medicines, some of their makers began substituting acetanilide, a particularly toxic non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, discovered in 1886, for the laudanum they used to contain.
When the pre-fabricated connecting bridge was delivered, it was found to be too short, as the plans for the hotel had been modified, moving it away from the ICC slightly, but the bridge makers had not been informed.
" When Japanese officials discovered three thousand Chinese troops had disembarked near Seoul in June, Japan's policy makers met to decide how to respond to China's violation of the Convention of Tientsin by " dispatching forces without informing Tokyo.
When the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in 1979, American policy makers worried that the Soviets were making a run for control of the Persian Gulf.
When Golden Miller won, he won the top prize of £ 30, 000 which he had to give the book makers £ 15, 000, this left Fred with £ 18, 000.
In Snakes in Suits: When Psychopaths Go to Work ( 2007 ; co-written with Paul Babiak ), Hare wrote that despite claims in promotional material that that the film makers were using psychopathy metaphorically to describe " the most egregious " corporate misbehavior, the finished documentary obviously intends to imply that corporations in general are psychopathic, a claim that Hare emphatically rejects:
When Jaws was to bite through an object a normal human can not bite through-for example, cable car wire-the film makers used licorice.
When the film Alexander, which depicted Alexander as romantically involved with both men and women, was released in 2004, 25 Greek lawyers threatened to sue the film's makers, but relented after attending an advance screening of the film.
When work resumed in the summer of 1787, with a budget of £ 60, 000 to finish the house, it was with the assistance of many of the leading furniture makers and craftsmen of France.
When national film boards and state controlled television networks co-exist, film makers can sometimes create very long films for television that they may adapt solely for time for theatrical release.
When used for making potato chips, it results in a dark-colored chip due to caramelization, its sugar content being higher than that of the Maris Piper potato, which is more commonly used by chip makers.
When and act
When the Export-Import Bank is prepared to act favorably upon an application, it will so notify the Department of Economic Affairs and will indicate the interest rate and the repayment period which would be used under the proposed loan.
When in 1816 an act of Congress forced the foreign firm out of the United States, its British-born employees, now become American citizens -- Joseph Rolette, Joseph Renville and Alexis Bailly -- continued in the fur business.
When a monarch does act, political controversy can often ensue, partially because the neutrality of the crown is seen to be compromised in favour of a partisan goal, while some political scientists champion the idea of an " interventionist monarch " as a check against possible illegal action by politicians.
When Danican's poorly trained men attacked, on 13 Vendémiaire, 1795 — October 5, 1795, in the calendar used in France, at the time — Napoleon ordered his cannon to fire grapeshot into the mob, an act that became known as the " whiff of grapeshot ".
When Alton moved on to choreograph One for the Money he hired Kelly to act, sing and dance in a total of eight routines.
When a ligand binds to the GPCR it causes a conformational change in the GPCR, which allows it to act as a guanine nucleotide exchange factor ( GEF ).
When they are the longest serving State Governor, the Governor of New South Wales holds a dormant commission to act as the Administrator of the Commonwealth when the Governor-General of Australia is absent from Australia, a role held by the current Governor.
When James Braid first described hypnotism, he did not use the term " suggestion " but referred instead to the act of focusing the conscious mind of the subject upon a single dominant idea.
When the elections following the introduction of provincial autonomy ( under the government of India act 1935 ) brought the Congress party to power in a majority of the provinces, Nehru's popularity and power was unmatched.
When the Preface is dropped, the poem seems to compare the act of poetry with the might of Kubla Khan instead of the loss of inspiration causing the work to have a more complex depiction of the poetic power.
When a mage performs an act of magic that does not seriously violate this commonsense version of reality, in game terms this is called coincidental magic.
When dire threats threaten the universe it is not uncommon for these beings to gather together to discuss the threat, and even act.
When his lawyer pointed out an error in the wording of the act which seemed to limit its application to cases of the destruction of objects worth no more than five pounds, he was convicted instead of the destruction of the glass case in which the vase had sat.
When Philip besieged Aumale in Normandy, Richard grew tired of waiting and seized the manor, although the act was opposed by the Church.
When this was turned into a television series his part was greatly increased to the extent that some viewers considered it to be a double act.
When later asked why he invaded Kuwait, Saddam first claimed that it was because Kuwait was rightfully Iraq's 19th province and then said " When I get something into my head I act.
Hawkins's act was popular in and around Toronto and he had an effective way of eliminating his musical competition: When a promising band appeared, Hawkins would often hire their best musicians for his own group ; Robertson, Danko, and Manuel came under Hawkins ' tutelage this way.
When there are two independent causes of variability capable of producing in an otherwise uniform population distributions with standard deviations and, it is found that the distribution, when both causes act together, has a standard deviation.
When asked if she believed her beauty had been an impediment to being taken seriously as an actress, she said, " People think that if you look fairly reasonable, you can't possibly act, and as I only care about acting, I think beauty can be a great handicap, if you really want to look like the part you're playing, which isn't necessarily like you.