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  1. Although their late introduction and inconsistent implementation in compilers, limited ,their use. Eventually, as 8-,16-, and 32-bit computers began to replace 18-
  2. For the South was in flux; having believed the federal government had, limited ,responsibility to the millions of freedmen. He signed into law Sen. Charles
  3. As cities did not come about until 1900,and home rule for cities was extremely, limited ,or unavailable until statehood took effect. U. S. Territory Starting in the
  4. Republic of China and its adoption of Any Pinyin, the use of Human today is, limited , but it's still widely used in Taiwan where the Republic of China still
  5. Continued into the late Roman Empire and in medieval Europe, and persisted in, limited ,use into the tenth century. Due to Pope Sylvester II's reintroduction of the
  6. Elections. The military then intervened, declared a state of emergency that, limited ,freedom of speech and assembly, and canceled the second round of elections. It
  7. Rubidium Although rubidium is more abundant in Earth's crust than cesium the, limited ,applications and the lack of a mineral rich in rubidium limits the production
  8. Fathers, under the constitution. President Lincoln rejected two geographically, limited ,emancipation attempts by Major General John C. Fremont in August 1861 and by
  9. many enterprises (see History of Anthropology),including but not, limited ,to fossil-hunting, exploring,documentary film-making, paleontology
  10. Airlines and others also provide services to Afghanistan. The country has, limited ,rail service with Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan in the north. As of 2011,two
  11. To supplant ISO/IEC 8859 and ASCII rapidly in many environments. While ASCII is, limited ,to 128 characters, Unicode and the UCS support more characters by separating
  12. Dentists (0.31 per 1,000 people). Access to" improved water sources" was, limited ,to 92 percent of the population in urban areas and 80 percent of the population
  13. Istanbul, Delhi,Islamabad and a number of other Asian destinations. There are, limited ,domestic and international flight services available from the locally owned Km
  14. Somehow our attention is called to them. Our ability to control either is, limited , Our kidneys command our attention on their schedule rather than one we choose.
  15. Into the validity of a conviction and sentence, and as such are generally, limited ,to challenges to constitutional, jurisdictional,or other fundamental
  16. The damage caused by Sherman's March to the Sea through Georgia in 1864 was, limited ,to a swath but neither Lincoln nor his commanders saw destruction as the main
  17. Lincoln understood that the Federal government's power to end slavery was, limited ,by the Constitution, which before 1865,committed the issue to individual
  18. Man free to work out his own salvation ", and so long as government was thus, limited , he would" prefer to be ruled by a lion than one of his fellow rats" — i.e.
  19. Energy security concerns. Fossil fuels are not the only resources that are, limited ,in Asia: water scarcity is another pressing issue. India, China,Thailand and
  20. Or Photo Canaanite script and the Critic script were the first scripts with, limited ,number of signs, in contrast to the other widely used writing systems at the
  21. Accepted today, was that God must be accepted on faith alone; He could not be, limited ,by human reason. Of course this view was not incorrect if one accepted the
  22. From one jurisdiction to another. In some places, the appellate court has, limited ,powers of review. For example, in the United States, both state and federal
  23. Likely to overestimate what their audience comprehends. *Restricted behavior is, limited ,in focus, interest,or activity, such as preoccupation with a single television
  24. Already suggest a genetic cause. Consensus guidelines in the US and UK are, limited ,to high-resolution chromosome and fragile X testing. As new genetic tests are
  25. Philosophers have criticized Rand for what they consider her lack of rigor and, limited ,understanding of philosophical subject. Chris Matthew Ciabatta has
  26. S anthropology department, but she was sidelined by Ralph Linton, and Mead was, limited ,to her offices at the AMH. Canada Canadian anthropology began, as in other
  27. And appellate courts, hearing appeals of decisions made by courts with more, limited ,jurisdiction. Some jurisdictions have specialized appellate courts, such as the
  28. Or any other discipline at the time of their selection. Selection was initially, limited ,to military pilots. The earliest astronauts for both America and Russia tended
  29. Featural-alphabetic syllabify +, limited ,logo graphic,
  30. And consumer goods, compared to the rest of the country due to the relatively, limited ,transportation infrastructure. Many rural residents come into these cities and
  31. View was not incorrect if one accepted the postulate of a limitless God versus, limited ,human reasoning capability, but it virtually erased alchemy from practice in
  32. Welfare state. Rand believed rights should be enforced by a constitutionally, limited ,government. Although her political views are often classified as conservative
  33. Of Algeria, who is elected for a five-year term. The president was formerly, limited ,to two five-year terms, but a constitutional amendment passed by the Parliament
  34. Pioneered by the artists at the American studio United Productions of America, limited ,animation can be used as a method of stylized artistic expression, as in Gerald
  35. The Arrhenius concept is useful for describing many reactions, it is also quite, limited ,in its scope. In 1923 chemists Johannes Nicolaus Brønsted and Thomas Martin
  36. Been performed for her in her own family. She also made efficient use of the, limited ,funds available from her husband's law practice. The Lincolns in Springfield
  37. And to a lesser extent Fairbanks, are served by many major airlines. Because of, limited ,highway access, air travel remains the most efficient form of transportation in
  38. The population is omega-squared: ^2 = \franc. While this form of the formula is, limited ,to between-subjects analysis with equal sample sizes in all cells, In addition
  39. Some unicellular species rely entirely on external energy sources and have, limited ,or no photosynthetic apparatus. Nearly all algae have photosynthetic machinery
  40. The loan is being used to rebuild Angola's infrastructure, and has also, limited ,the influence of the International Monetary Fund in the country. The Economist
  41. Householders. The" great vows" ( Mahabharata) are prescribed for monks and ", limited ,vows" ( anudātta) are prescribed for householders. In other words, the
  42. And other natural sciences. In modern times, the scope of philosophy has become, limited ,to more generic or abstract inquiries, such as ethics and metaphysics, in which
  43. But until the 19th century the inroads from Luanda and Benguela were very, limited , and Portugal had neither the intention nor the means to carry out a large
  44. And Manuscript Remains, Schopenhauer described himself as a proponent of, limited ,government. What was essential, he thought, was that the state should" leave
  45. From facilities specializing in ASD with a high level of support and very, limited ,autonomy, and 12 % needed high-level hospital care. A 2005 Swedish study of 78
  46. Management. Since the choice for higher education on the island itself is, limited , many students choose study in the Netherlands, or abroad in countries in North
  47. The Rebellion, along with Clover, Benjamin,and the pigs.; The Sheep: They show, limited ,understanding of the situations but nonetheless blindly support Napoleon's
  48. The Articles of Confederation, the central government's power was kept quite, limited , The Confederation Congress could make decisions, but lacked enforcement powers
  49. Have an agenda which the conscious mind did not choose, and over which it has, limited ,power. When Schopenhauer identifies the Simenon with the desires, needs,and
  50. Nursery stock, dairy products, vegetables,and livestock. Manufacturing is, limited , with most foodstuffs and general goods imported from elsewhere. Employment is

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