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  1. Of the clergy. During his long reign, the central power and royal authority, potentially ,weakened. He had several quarrels with his sons. The turbulent duke Andrew was
  2. Moral systems to make things appear more complex than they really are, potentially ,to serve their own needs. Works Novels * The Stranger (L'Stranger, often
  3. Single atomic bomb using very sophisticated assembly designs. Plutonium-238 is, potentially ,more efficient isotope for nuclear reactors, as it has smaller critical mass
  4. Into an environment where much of their technology no longer functions, potentially ,causing trillions of collateral deaths. However, the massive shift in physical
  5. To a stable molecule that's similar to an unstable intermediate of another (, potentially ,unrelated) reaction, the developed antibody will enzymatically bind to and
  6. The electrolysis routes. Various renewable energy electricity sources are also, potentially ,applicable. Biosynthesis In certain organisms, ammonia is produced from
  7. Virtue (or excellence). Aristotle taught that to achieve a virtuous and, potentially ,happy character requires a first stage of having the fortune to be habituated
  8. Will then kill or neutralize the antigen that is recognized as a foreign and, potentially ,harmful invader. These invaders can be molecules such as pollen or cells such
  9. Conjugates that aid in the excretion of aspirin, making even low doses, potentially ,toxic. In the Book of Samuel, Abner (Hebrew אבנר meaning" father of or is a
  10. High boiling point (compared to helium and hydrogen),ammonia could, potentially ,be refrigerated and liquefied aboard an airship to reduce lift and add ballast
  11. For Staphylococcus aureus. Archdeacons is the name given to a new class of, potentially ,useful antibiotics that are derived from the Archaea group of organisms. Eight
  12. Mixture than motor-fuel combustion or a forest fire, making the compounds, potentially ,useful as indicators of the burning history. Hydrocarbon emissions from fossil
  13. Of Iraqi forces in Kuwait, and Saddam's call to pan-Arab/Islamism could, potentially ,rally internal dissent. In the face of a seemingly massive Iraqi military
  14. Then noninhibited adolescents. " When people are confronted with unpleasant and, potentially ,harmful stimuli such as foul odors or tastes, PET-scans show increased
  15. They employed in Ireland and Scotland. Even with these limitations, many, potentially , neutral colonists were nonetheless driven into the ranks of the Revolutionaries
  16. Weapons or projectiles, usually during combat, or from damage caused by a, potentially ,dangerous environment or action (e.g., cycling,sites of construction works)
  17. He sought the blessings of the NFL for his nascent league, as he did not seek a, potentially ,costly rivalry. Within weeks of the July 1959 announcement of the league's
  18. Prevented by something else. For example, the seed of a plant in the soil is, potentially ,(dynamic) plant, and if is not prevented by something, it will become a plant
  19. In extreme sports. The term also broadly refers to any enterprise that is, potentially ,fraught with physical, financial or psychological risk, such as a business
  20. Alfred's burial system was revolutionary in its strategic conception and, potentially ,expensive in its execution. His contemporary biographer Asset wrote that many
  21. Pm),time of year and location of the epicenter were all cited as factors in, potentially ,sparing thousands of lives, particularly in Anchorage. The 1968 discovery of
  22. Hold this as an absolute right, and in its absence, a sentence may, potentially ,be overturned, with the result that a new sentencing hearing must be held. In
  23. Can not only promote but also initiate free radical reactions, thus making it a, potentially ,dangerous pro-oxidative compound in certain metabolic contexts. Acidity
  24. Basic Assembly Language.:: Note: Calling the language assembler is of course, potentially ,confusing and ambiguous, since this is also the name of the utility program
  25. And blood tests, depending on the type of suspected arthritis. All arthritis, potentially ,feature pain. Pain patterns may differ depending on the arthritis and the
  26. Is similar to Kafka's, especially in The Trial, where individual sentences, potentially ,have multiple meanings, the material often pointedly resonating as stark
  27. Perform ultrasound scans under the guidance of remote experts to diagnose and, potentially ,treat hundreds of medical conditions in space. This study's techniques are now
  28. Pollution Marine pollution is a generic term for the entry into the ocean of, potentially ,hazardous chemicals or particles. The biggest culprits are rivers and with them
  29. Blindness by destruction of the optic nerve and 30 ml (one fluid ounce) is, potentially ,fatal. Two other alcohols whose uses are relatively widespread (though not so
  30. Stabiliser anti-torque effect. Use and Summary Consider the bow as being, potentially ,on a pivot at the pressure point of the bow-hand. If the archer applies
  31. Are highly unlikely on such a small distant body, this discovery is, potentially ,suggestive of catalytic reactions within that moon, making it a promising site
  32. Attention is indicated at the first suspicion of an abscess. An abscess could, potentially ,be fatal (although this is rare) if it compresses vital structures such as
  33. Style that's easily identified as Ginsberg. " Howl" came out during a, potentially ,hostile literary environment less welcoming to poetry outside of tradition;
  34. Ammonia vapor has a sharp, irritating,pungent odor that acts as a warning of, potentially ,dangerous exposure. The average odor threshold is 5 ppm, well below any danger
  35. Understood as the active fulfillment of a potential, as a transition toward a, potentially ,possible state. Because actuality and potentiality are normally opposites in
  36. May be released upon hydrolysis of the anhydride bonds. Any unstable system of, potentially ,reactive molecules could potentially serve as a way of storing free energy, if
  37. Needed to expend the effort to kill the prey outright. This strategy would also, potentially ,have allowed the prey to recover and be fed upon similarly later. The
  38. Benjamin San born wrote a prospectus for a new school which they distributed to, potentially ,interested people throughout the country. The result was the Concord School of
  39. Biological and chemical processes, with few synergistic benefits, which could, potentially ,lead to significant shifts in the ecosystem. Some traditional poly culture
  40. PI ½ (pKa1 + par),where par is the side-chain PKA. Cysteine also has, potentially ,negative side-chain with par 8.14,so pi should be calculated as for Asp and
  41. Monounsaturated fat (see nutrient table),one of the two" good" fats which, potentially ,may lower LDL cholesterol. Typical of nuts and seeds, almonds also contain
  42. Is a protective mechanism designed to prevent the organism from engaging in, potentially ,harmful behaviors. Although single genes have little effect on complex traits
  43. Is undermined by the disproportional fear of spiders in comparison to other, potentially ,dangerous creatures that were present during Homo sapiens environment of
  44. Anhydride bonds. Any unstable system of potentially reactive molecules could, potentially ,serve as a way of storing free energy, if the cell maintained their
  45. Data for arable land are not meant to indicate the amount of land that is, potentially ,cultivable. As such, it has to be distinguished from" agricultural land "
  46. Program. It also maintains good relations with the European Union and could, potentially ,one day apply for membership. Moreover, Azerbaijan includes the Autonomous
  47. Airliner. With a 12-passenger capacity, the Trimotor made passenger service, potentially ,profitable. Air service was seen as a supplement to rail service in the
  48. A rash (in the case of patients that may unwittingly have mononucleosis) to, potentially ,lethal allergic reactions such as anaphylaxis. However, as with other
  49. Plant, with its easy spreading and resilience, some varieties of acacia, are, potentially , an invasive species. One of the most globally significant invasive Acacias is
  50. If fresh plant material spontaneously produces 200 ppm or more HCN, then it is, potentially ,toxic. This corresponds to about 7.5 MOL HCN per gram of fresh plant material.

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