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While in principle the word may refer to any systematic study of narrative, in practice its usage is rather more restricted.
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While and principle
While administrative decision-making bodies are often controlled by larger governmental units, their decisions could be reviewed by a court of general jurisdiction under some principle of judicial review based upon due process ( United States ) or fundamental justice ( Canada ).
While this might suggest that the Earth is at the center of the Universe, the Copernican principle requires us to interpret it as evidence for the evolution of the Universe with time: this distant light has taken most of the age of the Universe to reach and shows us the Universe when it was young.
While the description of strong and weak interactions within the Standard Model is based on gauge symmetries governed by the simple symmetry groups SU ( 3 ) and SU ( 2 ) which allow only discrete charges, the remaining component, the weak hypercharge interaction is described by an abelian symmetry U ( 1 ) which in principle allows for arbitrary charge assignments.
While some of Euler's proofs are not acceptable by modern standards of mathematical rigour ( in particular his reliance on the principle of the generality of algebra ), his ideas led to many great advances.
While this theory depends on Bernoulli's principle, the fact that this theory has been discredited does not imply that Bernoulli's principle is incorrect.
While data reduction ( compression, be it lossy or lossless ) is a main goal of transform coding, it also allows other goals: one may represent data more accurately for the original amount of space – for example, in principle, if one starts with an analog or high-resolution digital master, an MP3 file of a given size should provide a better representation than a raw uncompressed audio in WAV or AIFF file of the same size.
While, in principle, any general-purpose lossless compression algorithm ( general-purpose meaning that they can accept any bitstring ) can be used on any type of data, many are unable to achieve significant compression on data that are not of the form for which they were designed to compress.
While paired electrons are required by the Pauli exclusion principle to have their intrinsic (' spin ') magnetic moments pointing in opposite directions, causing their magnetic fields to cancel out, an unpaired electron is free to align its magnetic moment in any direction.
While claims of racial bias in the writings of Rudolf Steiner and Alice Bailey were made, Bailey was firmly opposed to the Axis powers ; she believed that Adolf Hitler was possessed by the Dark Forces, and Steiner emphasized racial equality as a principle central to anthroposophical thought and humanity's progress.
While, in principle, all fission reactors can act in all three capacities, in practice the tasks lead to conflicting engineering goals and most reactors have been built with only one of the above tasks in mind.
While determining the physical location of an individual for the purposes of in personam jurisdiction was easy enough, applying the same principle to non-physical entities became difficult.
While easy to grasp in principle, this is the hardest idea to understand about general relativity, and its consequences are profound and not fully explored, even at the classical level.
While reincarnation has been a matter of faith in some communities from an early date it has also frequently been argued for on principle, as Plato does when he argues that the number of souls must be finite because souls are indestructible, Benjamin Franklin held a similar view.
While the independence of Finland and Poland was already accepted by them in principle, the loss of Ukraine and the Baltics created, from the Bolshevik perspective, dangerous bases of anti-Bolshevik military activity in the subsequent Russian Civil War ( 1917 – 1922 ).
While temporarily at the University of Copenhagen, German physicist Werner Heisenberg formulated his famous Uncertainty principle, and, with Max Born and Pascual Jordan, accomplished the first complete and correct definition of quantum mechanics, through the invention of Matrix mechanics.
" While this may be an example of the self-consistency principle, it is not entirely clear whether the original time-line was one in which Hitler died in the bunker, or whether the traveler succeeded in changing history.
While Rough was preaching in the parish church on the Protestant principle of the popular election of a pastor, he proposed Knox to the congregation for that office.
While many of his contemporaries believed in the aether as a medium for transmitting attraction or repulsion between separated celestial bodies, Hooke argued for an attracting principle of gravitation in Micrographia of 1665.
While Pascal might refer the rise and fall of empires to Providence or chance or a little grain of sand in the English lord protectors ' veins, Bossuet held fast to his principle that God works through secondary causes.
While advocates of the theatre indicated that in principle it should be possible for any actor to play any character and that the play itself has an anti-racist message, the critics noted that the letter unwillingly disclosed the general, unexpressed policy of German theatres, i. e., that white actors are accounted to be qualified for all roles, even black ones, while black actors were suitable only for black roles.
While there exist different field emitter configurations, such as the needle, the capillary and slit emitter types, the principle of operation is the same in all cases.
While the concept of Ṛta as an abstract, universal principle generally remained resistant to the anthropomorphic tendencies of the Vedic period, it became increasingly associated with the actions of individual deities, in particular with those of the god Varuna as the omniscient, all-encompassing sky.
While farming remained the principle occupation, trading vessels began operating out of the sheltered harbor during the colonial period.
While this technically makes these base alloys ternary Fe-C-Si alloys, the principle of cast iron solidification is understood from the binary iron-carbon phase diagram.
While and word
While folk etymology identifies it with " cape ", other suggestions suggest it to be connected to the Latin word caput (" head "), and thus explain it as meaning " chief " or " big head ".
While not musically related, instruments of the Zink family ( which includes serpents ) are named " cornetto-" with a tonal or pitch related Latin word following the hyphen to describe the particular variant.
While " animation " designates any style of illustrated images seen in rapid succession to give the impression of movement, the word " cartoon " is most often used in reference to TV programs and short films for children featuring anthropomorphized animals, superheroes, the adventures of child protagonists and related genres.
While he volunteered for militia service in 1757 in response to French movements resulting in the Siege of Fort William Henry, his unit received word while en route that the fort had fallen, and turned back.
While many mathematicians before Galois gave consideration to what are now known as groups, it was Galois who was the first to use the word group ( in French groupe ) in a sense close to the technical sense that is understood today, making him among the founders of the branch of algebra known as group theory.
While, in general, word comprehension is preserved, meaning interpretation dependent on syntax and phrase structure is substantially impaired.
While Delphi is actually related to the word (" womb "), many etiological myths are similarly based on folk etymology ( the term " Amazon ", for example ).
While limited by her gender, Madame Roland took it upon herself to spread Revolutionary ideology and spread word of events, as well as to assist in formulating the policies of her political allies.
While not one of George Carlin's original seven dirty words, he noted in a later routine that the word fart, ought to be added to " the list " of words that were not acceptable ( for broadcast ) in any context ( which have non-offensive meanings ), and described television as ( then ) a " fart-free zone ".
While the self-designation of hobbyists as hackers is acknowledged by all three kinds of hackers, and the computer security hackers accept all uses of the word, people from the programmer subculture consider the computer intrusion related usage incorrect, and emphasize the difference between the two by calling security breakers “ crackers ” ( analogous to a safecracker ).
While it is possible that the name " Dresden " derived from Dresden in Germany, it is more likely derived directly from the old Sorbian word drezg (" forest ") or Drezd ' ane, for an inhabitant of a forest.
While Constantinople experienced a succession of councils alternately approving and condemning doctrine concerning hesychasm considered as identified with Palamism ( the last of the five senses in which, according to Kallistos Ware, the term is used ), the Western Church held no council in which to make a pronouncement on the issue, and the word " hesychasm " does not appear in the Enchiridion Symbolorum et Definitionum ( Handbook of Creeds and Definitions ), the collection of Roman Catholic teachings originally compiled by Heinrich Joseph Dominicus Denzinger.
While the first use of a roundel in a London transport context was the 19th-century symbol of the London General Omnibus Company – a wheel with a bar across the centre bearing the word GENERAL – its use on the Underground stems from the decision in 1908 to find a more obvious way of highlighting station names on platforms.
While the common meaning of the word " lift " assumes that lift opposes gravity, lift in its technical sense can be in any direction since it is defined with respect to the direction of flow rather than to the direction of gravity.
While he does exclude himself from those who were eyewitnesses to Jesus ' ministry, he repeatedly uses the word " we " in describing the Pauline missions in Acts of the Apostles, indicating that he was personally there at those times.
While the etymology is Greek, the oldest extant record of the word itself is the New Latin form ontologia, which appeared in 1606, in the work Ogdoas Scholastica by Jacob Lorhard ( Lorhardus ) and in 1613 in the Lexicon philosophicum by Rudolf Göckel ( Goclenius ); see classical compounds for this type of word formation.
While this may at first seem a simple task, he then goes on to lead us through the problems with each of the possible definitions of the word " game ".
As Anglicanism represents a broad range of theological opinion, its presbyterate includes priests who consider themselves no different in any respect from those of the Roman Catholic Church, and a minority who prefer to use the title presbyter in order to distance themselves from the more sacrificial theological implications which they associate with the word “ priest .” While priest is the official title of a member of the presbyterate in every Anglican province worldwide, the ordination rite of certain provinces ( including the Church of England ) recognizes the breadth of opinion by adopting the title The Ordination of Priests ( also called Presbyters ).
While the word has stuck and is often used to describe clay animation and stop motion, it remains a trademark owned currently by Laika Entertainment, Inc.
" While some words eventually lose their status as slang ( the word " mob ", for example, began as a shortening of Latin mobile vulgus ), others continue to be considered as such by most speakers.
While the most common modern usage of the word terrorism refers to civilian-victimizing political violence by insurgents or conspirators, several scholars make a broader interpretation of the nature of terrorism that encompasses the concepts of state terrorism and state-sponsored terrorism.
While the British ban was in force the word " chainsaw " itself was barred from movie titles, forcing imitators to rename their films.
While the word " zombie " itself is never used-the word used in the film is ghoul-Romero's film introduced the theme of zombies as reanimated, flesh-eating cannibals.