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Likewise, " architecture " refers not only to the design of safe, functional buildings, but also to elements of creation and innovation which aim at elegant solutions to construction problems, to the use of space, and to the attempt to evoke an emotional response in the builders, owners, viewers and users of the building.
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Likewise and architecture
Likewise the tower above the main entrance has an open work crown surmounted by a statue of fame, a feature of late Gothic architecture and a feature common in Scotland, but the detail is Classical.
Likewise, the concern to integrate architecture and other arts, demonstrated early on at Hornsey, remained a preoccupation in post-war work.
Likewise, Vitruvius cites Ctesibius of Alexandria and Archimedes for their inventions, Aristoxenus ( Aristotle's apprentice ) for music, Agatharchus for theatre, and Varro for architecture.
Likewise the few examples of 1930s Streamline Moderne and Bauhaus architecture in Hong Kong, such as the Central Market and the Wan Chai Market, are facing imminent demolitions despite protests from heritage conservation groups.
Likewise and refers
Likewise, the 6th century historian Zosimus, reporting events around AD 280, refers to " the Bastarnae, a Scythian people ".
Likewise, the number for " K " in Europe can refer to the weight of an equivalent quantity of K < sub > 2 </ sub > O, whereas in Australia it refers to elemental potassium.
Likewise, the wine jar described as a " honey jar " refers to bees, which in Roman lore are sexually abstinent, virtuous females who will desert an adulterous household.
Likewise, in his two wills, he refers to his lands as having been given him in stewardship: in the first by García, and in the second by God.
Likewise, in Scotland a bailie was the chief magistrate of a barony ( baron bailie ) or part of a county, but now refers to a municipal officer corresponding to an English alderman.
Likewise, the sum of absolute errors ( SAE ) refers to the sum of the absolute values of the residuals, which is minimized in the least absolute deviations approach to regression.
Likewise, in Cyder, Ambrose Philips refers to Milton as " that other bard " and contrasts Milton to his character Abdiel.
Likewise, Registered Architects sometimes use the suffix R. A., or more often a suffix such as AIA or RIBA that refers to their professional society.
Likewise, a macro lens is classically a lens capable of reproduction ratios greater than 1: 1, although it often refers to any lens with a large reproduction ratio, despite rarely exceeding 1: 1.
Likewise, a " Blended Grain Scotch Whisky " is defined as a Scotch whisky distilled from a fermented mash of one or more grains at more than one distillery, in the same way that a " Blended Malt Scotch Whisky " refers to a Scotch whisky distilled from a fermented mash of malted barley at more than one distillery.
Likewise, ' intraweb ' is formed from the prefix intra-plus web and thus refers to web sites that are only accessible to people within a specific group, organization or community.
Likewise and only
Likewise, Joseph E. Stiglitz, speaking not only on China but East Asia in general, comments " The countries that have managed globalization ... such as those in East Asia, have, by and large, ensured that they reaped huge benefits ..." According to The Heritage Foundation, development in China was anticipated by Milton Friedman, who predicted that even a small progress towards economic liberalization would produce dramatic and positive effects.
Likewise during early spring orchard blossoms, bumblebee populations are limited to only a few queens, and thus are not significant pollinators of early fruit.
Likewise, Canadian Psychiatric Association ( CPA ) recommends benzodiazepines alprazolam, bromazepam, lorazepam, and diazepam only as a second-line choice, if the treatment with two different antidepressants was unsuccessful.
Likewise, the only difference between ruby and sapphire is the type of impurities present in a corundum crystal.
Likewise often called a constituent community is Blumenrod, although this is actually only a big residential neighbourhood in the main town ’ s south end.
Likewise, the Trust's control of patents on motion picture cameras ensured that only MPPC studios were able to film, and the projector patents allowed the Trust to make licensing agreements with distributors and theaters – and thus determine who screened their films and where.
Likewise Mach caused problems when memory had been moved by the operating system, another task that only really makes sense if the system has more than one address space.
Likewise, due to this high magnetic capacity per weight, neodymium is used in the electric motors of hybrid and electric automobiles, and in the electricity generators of some designs of commercial wind turbines ( only wind turbines with " permanent magnet " generators use neodymium ).
Likewise ( and more commonly ), a double sharp sign on a key signature with a single sharp indicates only a double sharp, not a triple sharp.
Likewise, a Prime Minister is no longer just " first amongst equals " in HM Government ; although theoretically his Cabinet might still outvote him, in practice he progressively entrenches his position by retaining only personal supporters in the Cabinet.
Likewise, The Nags Head, Burntwood only dates back to the 16th century, but there has been a pub on the site since at least 1086, as it is mentioned in the Domesday Book.
Likewise, most Agatha Christie books ( Murder on the Orient Express and And Then There Were None being the exceptions ) cause Cardassians great difficulty, as, whilst the idea that a high-ranking person is killed in mysterious circumstances appeals, they cannot understand why only one person is guilty.
Likewise the only known suitable lightweight thermal protection was delicate, maintenance-intensive silica tiles.
Likewise, he expressed only mild surprise when both of Abraham Simpson's kidneys were revealed to have exploded.
As the American historian Gerhard Weinberg noted, German demands for territorial revision went beyond merely regaining land lost under the Treaty of Versailles, and instead embraced calls for the German conquest and colonization of all Eastern Europe, regardless of whether the land in question had belonged to Germany before 1918 or not Likewise, the British historian Hugh Trevor-Roper argued that the goal of overthrowing Versailles was only a prelude to seizing Lebensraum in Eastern Europe for Germany with no regard as to where Germany's 1914 frontiers had been.
Likewise, the integers 2 and 3 are not composite numbers because each of them can only be divided by one and itself.
Likewise, eastbound Interstate 66's Exit 53 only provides access to SR 28 northbound ; one must use Exit 52 and the same stretch of US 29 to reach SR 28 south.
Likewise, celestial navigation was used in commercial aviation up until the early part of the jet age ; it was only phased out in the 1960s with the advent of inertial navigation systems.
Likewise, flight numbers larger than 9000 are usually referred to ferry flights, that carry no passengers and are only to move an aircraft from point A to point B, where it is supposed to start a new commercial flight.
Likewise, 25 P-40s of the 3rd Pursuit Squadron ( Provisional ) departed Brisbane, but because of accidents involving novice pilots, only 18 reached Darwin on 8 February.
Likewise, according to this second interpretation, a living body is alive not only because of its structure but also because of an additional property: the soul is this additional property, which a properly organized body needs in order to be alive.
Likewise and design
Likewise, if the skill is being used in a commercial or industrial way it may be considered design instead of art, or contrariwise these may be defended as art forms, perhaps called applied art.
Likewise, a type collection might focus on an unusual design feature such as coins with a hole in the middle, coins that are not circular in shape or coins with brockage.
Likewise, a design may be a simple repetition ( copy ) of a known preexisting solution, requiring minimal, if any, creativity or problem-solving skills from the designer.
Likewise, there are a number of different versions for if and for constructs, giving the programmer freedom of choice in their design.
Likewise, the design tools used for structured ASIC can be substantially lower cost and easier ( faster ) to use than cell-based tools, because they do not have to perform all the functions that cell-based tools do.
Likewise, all cochlear implants incorporate the same basic design to be capable of the ultimate goal of " detecting " or " demodulating " intelligence from the human voice when that intelligence is residing within an electronic signal.
Likewise, the single-seat J 7 itself led to the J 9 design, built in small numbers by both the Junkers firm itself ( abbreviated " Jco " or " Jko "), and the Junkers-Fokker-Werke AG ( abbreviated " Jfa "), as the Junkers D. I low wing fighter plane, with the " Jfa " collaborative firm founded through strong influence of the German government on October 20, 1917.
Likewise, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory is attempting to design an actual test satellite, which should orbit Earth with a charged plasma field around it.
Likewise, there is no relationship between the Banner Records of the 1920s and 1930s to a dime store label put out by Leeds and Caitlin in the early 1900s, though the label design is oddly similar.
Likewise, the hardware and software design of the HP-48 calculators are themselves strongly influenced by other calculators in the HP line, most of all by the HP-18C and the HP-28 series.
Likewise, Colt had been so protective of its own patents that other companies were unable to make revolvers similar to their design.
Likewise, architect Walter Netsch designed the entire University of Illinois-Chicago Circle Campus ( now the East Campus of the University of Illinois at Chicago ) under a single, unified brutalist design.
Likewise, Flueckiger ( 1999 ) in a study of twelve Earth-Air Heat Exchangers varying in design, pipe material, size and age, stated, “ This study was performed because of concerns of potential microbial growth in the buried pipes of ' ground-coupled ' air systems.
Likewise, civic as well as municipal and governmental colleges along with town halls counted this style among its top-ranked and most-prized structures to this day ; ironically, in Britain itself, for example, King George IV's Royal Pavilion at Brighton, ( which twice in its lifetime has been threatened with being torn-down, denigrated by some as a “ carnival sideshow ”, and dismissed by others as “ an architectural folly of inferior design ”, no less ) and elsewhere, these rare and often diminutive ( though sometimes, as mentioned, of grand-scale ), residential structures that exhibit this colonial style are highly valuable and prized by the communities in which they exist as being somehow “ magical ” in appearance.
Likewise Unix had grown into the operating system of choice for experimental work, both on operating system design, as well as a development platform for user applications.