, a warehouse which is considered (M) cannot be built in a residential district (R) since its use is inconsistent with the neighborhood's built environment.
See, for instance
, Edward Muir and Guido Ruggiero, History from Crime: Selections from Quaderni Storici) (Baltimore, 1994).
, Difei Qi of Louisiana Tech University in Ruston and her colleagues mixed a conductive, photosensitive polymer known as MEH-PPV with lead selenide quantum dots.
Students, for instance
, may eventually demand a single name and password to enter your portal and, through FIM connections, seamlessly access federal aid-related web sites maintained by the government.
, if you use numbers on a visual, be sure they add up correctly.
, Pagels tells of Irenaeus's opposition to a self-styled prophet named Marcus, who at his services would place his hands on each initiate's head and say, "Behold, grace has descended upon you; open your mouth, and prophesy.
Brack points out that certain regions of Honduras, for instance
, have been abandoned to an increasingly uncivil society, with a violent culture fueled by illegal fishing and logging.
Nicholas of Cusa, for instance
, wrote that rithmomachia was to arithmetic as the monochord was to music, and the author of the doggerel poem De vetula (ascribed, incongruously, to Ovid in the Middle Ages) described it as the "flower and fruit of arithmetic," (41) not just an aid to its comprehension.
, in a presentation a student-teacher can discuss a case-study of a Deaf person working in a hearing environment and inventorize problems in communication that might arise.
, Ford Motor Company had significant problems with rogue spending in the 1990's.
Injuries that are not immediately reported at work, for instance
, are referred to investigators who check out whether the injury actually occurred on the job or whether the employee injured himself off-duty and is now trying to blame the district.
, he may go from getting delayed market reports to receiving real-time quotes.