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Consistent with Goswami's position, however, this was not accompanied by similar improvements in their reading of analogous pronounceable non-words.
Unlike the fins of its ancestors, those at the end of Tiktaalik's protolimbs included bones analogous to those in human wrists and fingers.
Consistent with their trademark use of colour, the exterior of Sauerbruch Hutton's Museum for the Brandhorst Collection will be articulated in three colour zones, analogous to the interior structure of the exhibition galleries.
However, large-format arrays of mm-wave detectors, analogous to CCDs in the visible region, do not yet exist.
Thus, taxpayers and the IRS have been forced to use sourcing rules that apply to analogous types of income to determine the proper treatment of such fees, as exemplified in Field Service Advice (FSA) 200147033.
The idea has become known as "charter forests" (analogous to charter schools): allowing segments of the national forests to be managed by private trusts in order to, as the budget proposal says, "overcome inertia and an excessive decisionmaking structure...[and] avoid the central bureaucracy and thereby reduce organization inefficiencies" in forest management.
But it will release some of the sense of frustration that now prevails when Catholics--accustomed to the right to vote as a minimum means of expressing their political nature--are denied analogous rights in the church.
One of these, the victory of Hellenistic/Roman civilization, shattered biblical Judaism and called forth a response (analogous to the response of Torah) in the form of Rabbinic Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
"Office buildings in this area are analogous to the pre-war apartment buildings in the residential neighborhoods of the Upper West Side," said Ezratty.
Remediation liabilities generally arise as a result of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA or Superfund), the corrective action provisions of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) or analogous state and non-U.S.
Even the process of historical development was analogous to that of ancient art, and this correspondence assured him both that a universal perfection had been achieved and that his account of the process was correct.