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  • You can find equivalents in nature of many human crimes.
  • Their study highlighted the existence in nature of mineral structures exhibiting technologically required characteristics.
  • This significant change in nature of their publication was then followed by an increase in involvement in legislative action in Taiwan.
  • Engaging in agonistic behavior can be very costly and thus there are many examples in nature of animals who achieve dominance in more passive ways.
  • He says this creature came into existence because of the absence in nature of wheel shaped, living creatures with the ability to roll themselves forward.
  • And while you claimed that it is because you want people to know the truth, the previous edits were in the largely in nature of malicious purposes.
  • However, there are trace amounts in nature of the radioactive isotope iodine-129, which occurs via spallation and from the radioactive decay of uranium in ores.
  • Due to the absence in nature of blue roses they have come to symbolise mystery and longing to attain the impossible, with some cultures going so far as to say that the holder of a blue rose will have his wishes granted.
  • I disagree but before I sign off I want to find examples in nature of mechanisms used for locomotion, or what have you, that use rotational motion rather than back and forth oscillation to provide locomotion, pumping action or whatever.
  • :: Another criticism was including  one physicist who is so well known that he doesn't have a Wikipedia biography .  The two physicists quoted in Nature of life were Erwin Schr鰀inger and Fred Hoyle and both of them do have Wikipedia biographies.
  • Thomson & Tait's " Treatise on Natural Philosophy " was reviewed by J . C . Maxwell in Nature of 3 July 1879 indicating the importance given to kinematics : " The guiding idea & is that geometry itself is part of the science of motion ."
  • The Hain Food Group Inc . of Uniondale, N . Y .; Made in Nature of San Rafael, Calif .; Organic Wine Works Inc . of Felton, Calif ., and the Horizon Organic Dairy of Boulder have all recently expanded their organic lines or production capacity.
  • Your suggestion that MSTCrow could demonstrate his good faith by providing an objective analysis of Coyne's review in Nature of Majerus's book was a good one, but it seems that he has declined that opportunity to demonstrate his good faith .-- Jibal 00 : 24, 8 July 2006 ( UTC)
  • The pair of minerals antitaenite and taenite constitute the first example in nature of two minerals that have the same crystal structure ( face centered cubic ) and can have the same chemical composition ( same proportions of Fe and Ni )-but differ in their electronic structures : taenite has a high magnetic moment whereas antitaenite has a low magnetic moment.
  • They've also disliked the roles given to the characters of Fanny and Bob Assingham, a couple acquainted with the four central characters and who frequently discuss the quartet . ( The pun of their names is probably intended, though nobody can be sure . ) Finally, critics have described the book as suffocating and unrealistic in its portrayal of the closed-in nature of the relationships, as well as saying its style was too ornate and figurative.
  • During the separate hearing for the application to modify Bold's nature of service at a later date, the CRTC examined the request and found several issues with the change in nature of service, primarily being that it would allow the service to morph into a general interest service instead of a niche service for rural Canadians, since it would not require the channel to be from " a rural perspective ", implying a service defined as " for rural Canadians " would be too broad in nature.
  • It would be " a striving, " as he called it, trying frantically to capture his conception in words, " to present and to contemplate in tones rather than in music as such, that is _ not exactly written in the general term or meaning as it is so understood _ to paint the creation, the mysterious beginnings of all things, known through God to man, to trace with tonal imprints the vastness, the evolution of all life, in nature of humanity, from the great roots of life to the spiritual eternities from the great unknown to the great unknown ."