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In contrast, the morphologically similar seeds of Liliales have no phytomelan, and usually retain a cellular structure in the inner portion of the seed coat.
20th Century Fox, which usually holds rights to the more successful Buffy / Angel television franchise, will retain merchandising and some distribution rights.
The brightest stars, usually the stars that make up the constellation's eponymous asterism, also retain proper names, often from Arabic.
Lex Luthor, other supervillains, and various civilians have learned the secret identity several times, though their knowledge is usually been removed through various means ( the boxer Muhammad Ali is one of the very few to deduce the identity and retain the knowledge ).
When fully chilled, the most common ratios of gelatin to liquid ( as instructed on commercial packaging ) usually result in a custard-like texture which can retain detailed shapes when cold but melts back to a viscous liquid when warm.
They usually have well-developed insulation in order to retain body heat, fur in the case of mammals and feathers in birds.
The decay assumption is usually paired with the idea of rapid covert rehearsal: In order to overcome the limitation of short-term memory, and retain information for longer, information must be periodically repeated or rehearsed — either by articulating it out loud or by mentally simulating such articulation.
For a living trust, the grantor / settlor will often retain some level of relevance to the trust, usually by appointing him-or herself as the trustee and / or as the protector under the trust instrument ( in jurisdictions where protectors are recognised ).
In particular, French words that end in a silent e ( a schwa, eu, such as femme ) and words that end in a pronounced consonant and which usually have an e muet added at the end ( such as flic ) retain the sound of the e muet in verlan.
Sometimes adults retain these, but they usually disappear at metamorphosis.
Issuers usually retain investment banks to assist them in administering the IPO, obtaining SEC ( or other regulatory body ) approval of the offering filing, and selling the new issue.
Since package management systems, at least on Unix systems, originated as extensions of file archiving utilities, they can usually only either overwrite or retain configuration files, rather than applying rules to them.
However, this system is usually characterized as state capitalism instead of market socialism because there exists no meaningful degree of employee management in the firms, the state enterprises retain their profits instead of distributing them to the workforce or government, and many function as partial or de facto private enterprises.
The vaccination is generally not given earlier than this because children younger than 18 months usually retain antimeasles immunoglobulins ( antibodies ) transmitted from the mother during pregnancy.
These professionals usually retain their original designation but may use terms such as ' holistic ', ' natural ', or ' integrative ' to describe their practice.
A vessel is usually arrested by the court to retain jurisdiction.
In such fiction, most current world problems are local in warfare, local in culture, and usually mono-cultural, and theistic ; further aggravated by various groups trying to retain a Type-0 monoculture through existing institutions and opposition to socialism, and others trying to move forward to a Type-I multicultural, global world though subversion, and revolutionary violence.
Essentially the JIT compiler can compile small sections of source code statements ( or bytecode ) as they are newly encountered and ( usually ) retain the result for the next time the same source is processed.
However, some historical grand duchies still retain the titles granted to them, usually from the Congress of Vienna in 1814-1815.
For those areas that retain two-tier local government, districts usually form the lower tier of that arrangement, with counties forming the upper tier.
Since most such organizations have a strong competitive incentive to retain an exclusive access to these data, and since customer trust is usually a high priority, most companies take some security engineering measures to protect customer privacy.
The CBC has also sometimes directly acquired former private affiliate stations ; these usually ( although not always ) retain their historic call sign rather than changing to a CB call.
Freeride bikes are generally heavier and more amply suspended than their XC counterparts, but usually retain much of their climbing ability.
Moreover, if successful in war, a Margrave usually conquered more territory that he or she might retain as personal domain ; the consequent wealth and power might allow the establishment of an independent kingdom or princedom.

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In most states, trade and industrial training is provided in a minority of the high schools, usually located in the larger cities.
If high accuracy is required in preflight leveling, it is usually necessary to integrate or doubly integrate the accelerometer outputs ( this also minimizes the noise problem ).
Land within commuting distance of a growing city is usually high in price, higher if it has subdivision possibilities.
The apprentice program will involve further education on a part-time basis, usually at night, perhaps using some of the same equipment of the high school.
This need not imply that on average 50 % or more of altruistic acts were beneficial for the altruist in the ancestral environment ; if the benefits from helping the right person were very high it would be beneficial to err on the side of caution and usually be altruistic even if in most cases there were no benefits.
Assistive Technology for Cognition ( ATC ) is the use of technology ( usually high tech ) to augment and assistive cognitive processes such as attention, memory, self-regulation, navigation, emotion recognition and management, planning, and sequencing activity.
Anti-aircraft guns are usually mounted in a quickly-traversing turret with a high rate of elevation, for tracking fast-moving aircraft.
Anti-aircraft guns are usually mounted in a quickly-traversing turret with a high rate of elevation, for tracking fast-moving aircraft.
Similarly, the use of excessively high doses ( often the result of polypharmacy ) continues despite clinical guidelines and evidence indicating that it is usually no more effective but is usually more harmful.
Amplifiers of Class C-F are usually known to be very high efficiency amplifiers.
The time taken for the output to settle to within a certain percentage of the final value ( for instance 0. 1 %) is called the settling time, and is usually specified for oscilloscope vertical amplifiers and high accuracy measurement systems.
Considering the short conscript tour ( usually nine to ten months ), the army has a high number of conscripts: 125, 000.
In cattle, goats and wild ruminants infection is usually asymptomatic despite high virus levels in blood.
In the midcourt, a high shuttlecock will usually be met with a powerful smash, also hitting downwards and hoping for an outright winner or a weak reply.
Whether hand laid or built in a mould, FRP boats usually have an outer coating of gelcoat which is a thin solid colored layer of polyester resin that adds no structural strength, but does create a smooth surface which can be buffed to a high shine and also acts as a protective layer against sunlight.
Hypomanic episodes do not go to the full extremes of mania ( i. e., do not usually cause severe social or occupational impairment, and are without psychosis ), and this can make bipolar II more difficult to diagnose, since the hypomanic episodes may simply appear as a period of successful high productivity and is reported less frequently than a distressing, crippling depression.
Also, as high technology endeavors are usually marks of developed nations, some areas of the world are prone to slower development in education, including in BME.
In large churches where they were celebrated the services were usually grouped ; e. g. Matins and Lauds ( about 7. 30 A. M .); Prime, Terce ( High Mass ), Sext, and None ( about 10 A. M .); Vespers and Compline ( 4 P. M .); and from four to eight hours ( depending on the amount of music and the number of high masses ) are thus spent in choir.
UTF-16 or UTF-32, which can be used for all languages as well, are less widely used because they can be harder to handle in programming languages that assume a byte-oriented ASCII superset encoding, and they are less efficient for text with a high frequency of ASCII characters, which is usually the case for HTML documents.
The relative humidity is high at night throughout the year ; usually it exceeds 90 percent.
Nitrogen does not take part in combustion, but at high temperatures, some nitrogen will be converted to NO < sub > x </ sub >, usually between 1 % and 0. 002 % ( 2 ppm ).
However, its use in terrestrial applications is usually limited by its high reactivity with air.
Some high-skilled consultants, however, may garner some benefits such as a bonus, sick leave, or food and travel expenses, since they usually charge a high flat-fee for their services, or otherwise garner high hourly wages.

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