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  1. Of the body, including the hands, feet,back, hip or knee. The disease is, essentially ,one acquired from daily wear and tear of the joint; however, osteoarthritis can
  2. In clinical chemistry to separate proteins by charge and or size (IEF agarose, essentially ,size independent) and in biochemistry and molecular biology to separate a
  3. Have noted that, while Darwin considered the ideas in Wallace's paper to be, essentially ,the same as his own, there were differences. Darwin emphasized competition
  4. His infinitesimals on the notion of limit. This is an ambiguous claim, and, essentially , a play on words on the term" limit ". The modern audience understands" limit
  5. Councils. Newman himself subsequently rejected the theory of the via media, as, essentially , historicist and static; and hence unable to accommodate any dynamic development
  6. Men and women, including people from all social classes except slaves, as, essentially , equal under the law, and even the lowliest peasant was entitled to petition the
  7. In Theoretical Physics. In particular, the monumental work of Isaac Newton is, essentially ,based on Euclid's axioms, augmented by a postulate on the non-relation of
  8. Animation is still preserved, and the character animators' work has remained, essentially ,the same over the past 70 years. Some animation producers have used the term "
  9. Of the" Solid South ", a one-party system in which the Democratic Party became, essentially ,the only political party in every Southern state. For nearly 100 years, local
  10. With an overhead no greater than a typical byte code interpreter). This is, essentially ,what microcode achieves when a hardware platform changes internally. For
  11. Do with" presents a statement with such wide possible interpretation as to be, essentially ,meaningless. Lexical ambiguity is contrasted with semantic ambiguity. The
  12. To pursue the case and collect the resulting fine, thus fitting it into an, essentially ,private system. " Since squatters had no claim to western lands under federal
  13. Philosophy fields that include references to food production as something, essentially ,different from non-essential economic 'goods '. In fact, the interaction
  14. Six-figure sums. While the Oscar is under the ownership of the recipient, it is, essentially ,not on the open market. The case of Michael Todd's grandson trying to sell
  15. Algerians under their Pasha, Hassan. Formally part of the Ottoman Empire but, essentially ,free from Ottoman control, starting in the 17th century Algiers turned to
  16. Too deeply to be detected by the crude apparatus. The experimental boats were, essentially ,proof-of-concept prototypes that culminated in the more substantial HD-4
  17. For by Rest syndrome or childhood disintegrative disorder. ICD-10 uses, essentially ,the same definition. Several diagnostic instruments are available. Two are
  18. Below. The simplest of these to state (due to Post and Turing) says, essentially ,that an effective method of solving certain sets of problems exists if one can
  19. Languages. Also, a linguistically innovative variety such as Moroccan Arabic is, essentially ,incomprehensible to all non-Moroccans other than Algerians and Tunisians, much
  20. Such as with AmigaOne or Pegasus computers). This" purist" philosophy, essentially ,limits the resulting processor speed but puts the focus on bandwidth and low
  21. That the trade-union movement was reformist and even conservative, citing as, essentially ,bourgeois and anti-worker the phenomenon of professional union officials.
  22. The beads in the shorter grooves denote fives – five units, five tens etc., essentially ,in a bi-quinary coded decimal system, obviously related to the Roman numerals.
  23. Anchor Designed by famous yacht designer L. Francis Herreshoff, this is, essentially ,the same pattern as an admiralty anchor, albeit with small diamond shaped
  24. Idealist view that art expresses emotions, and that the work of art therefore, essentially ,exists in the mind of the creator. The theory of art as form has its roots in
  25. In some quarters that Delete simply used Lovecraft's name to market what was, essentially ,his own fiction; S. T. Joshi refers to the" posthumous collaborations" as
  26. Per annum for over thirty years, while the take from wild fisheries has been, essentially ,flat for the last decade. The aquaculture market reached $86 billion in 2009.
  27. Using the Service Module engine to achieve a large change in velocity to, essentially ,reverse the direction of the craft. Though this would get the men home quickest
  28. Of the mind of God, while we can know the designs of other humans. Hume seems, essentially ,persuaded by his friend's reasoning. (Hume 1974:412-414) 12. Of the
  29. The church. The Tractarian formulation of the theory of the via media was, essentially ,a party platform, and not acceptable to Anglicans outside the confines of the
  30. Indicated with full letters, not diacritics or modification, so the system was, essentially ,an alphabet that did not bother to write the most common vowel. Shorthand
  31. Jews have to be seen not as individuals but as a collective. (2) Jews remain, essentially ,alien in the surrounding societies. (3) Jews bring disaster on their 'host
  32. Of Christianity, natural theology) would remain central to biological thought, essentially ,until the 18th and 19th centuries. Ernst May claimed that there was" nothing
  33. 73,which is titled" 'Monsters ', Niggers,Jews, etc," and which states his, essentially ,individualistic and anti-racialist views: ... you say," Every man and every
  34. Interface (MMI). This came amid criticism of BMW's drive control. It is, essentially ,a rotating control knob and 'segment' buttons – designed to control all in-car
  35. Soon after that, she placed Nancy with her sister, Elizabeth,and Thomas, who, essentially , reared her. In Kentucky, Nancy Hanks married Thomas Lincoln, who became a
  36. Woods Cabaret identified eight characteristics of the Loyalists that made them, essentially ,conservative; traits to those characteristic of the Patriots. Older and better
  37. The Sabbath. Edward Flannery describes antisemitism in ancient times as, essentially ," cultural, taking the shape of a national xenophobia played out in political
  38. Novel apparatus, and worked out no improved methods of preparation. He was, essentially ,a theorist, and his great merit lay in the capacity of taking over experimental
  39. A society would function. " Even where the Icelandic legal system recognized an, essentially ," public" offense, it dealt with it by giving some individual (in some cases
  40. For example. He is also the first to describe a mechanism which is, essentially ,a combination of all of these simple machines (except for the wedge). Poetry
  41. Oxygen atom with two electromotive hydrogens yields a product which is, essentially ,non-acidic. The reduction of acetic acid to ethanol using LiAlH4 (lithium
  42. Difficult to sustain the heroic ideal. As Prince notes," Kurosawa’s is an, essentially ,tragic vision of life, and this sensibility ... impedes his efforts to realize
  43. And BMW. This began with the release of the Audi V8 in 1990. It was, essentially ,a new engine fitted to the Audi 100/200,but with noticeable bodywork
  44. Issues revolving around how best to handle the Great Depression. The ALP was, essentially ,split three ways, between those who believed in radical policies such as NSW
  45. And technicians may tune the same registers in a slightly different manner, essentially ," personalizing" the end result, such as an organ technician might voice a
  46. As the doorway of the old Tollbooth in Edinburgh. Abbotsford’s interiors are, essentially ,unchanged since Scott’s time and are now, possibly,the best-preserved suite of
  47. Cash payments to 427 U. S. air carriers, with no provision for repayment, essentially ,a gift from the taxpayers. (Passenger carriers operating scheduled service
  48. Laplace, Lavoisier conducted experiments that showed that respiration was, essentially ,a slow combustion of organic material using inhaled oxygen. Lavoisier's
  49. The sets in X. Another equivalent axiom only considers collections X that are, essentially ,power sets of other sets:: For any set A, the power set of A (with the empty
  50. Plus /ǝ/ is sometimes interpreted as an underlying phoneme. ) This, essentially ,causes the wholesale loss of the short-long vowel distinction, with the

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