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115) Weisberg (1996) at 92 ("The most decisive move, however, made by the higher power against the predomination of grudge and spite, is the establishment of the law, the imperial elucidation of what counts in [the codifier's] eyes as permitted, as just, and what counts as forbidden and unjust.
6% of the total citrus production of the country with predomination of Kinnow mandarin (approx.
2011) argue that this inconsistency might lead people not to clearly comprehend what comprises IS, we point out that IS is a multifaceted discipline that integrates concepts from many other fields, and that the predomination of IS is demonstrated by the latest innovations and evolution of the PC, Internet, Web 2.
The results reveal that the percentage of outside authors (those not affiliated to the editorial institution) exceeds the absolute predomination (70%), which is the minimum recommended by Ferreira (2005) to avoid endogeneity.
Data exploration showed again predomination of the masculine sex, with 56.
The tone for the predomination of certain cultural forms over others is thus consequently derivative from the material realities of social life on which social production and reproduction are constructed (Prah 47) and these Actional narratives have much to tell us about these dynamics.
The region climate is characterized as warm tropical and semi-arid, with a predomination of BSw'h' type (KOPPEN; GEIGER, 1928).
the social and cultural concomitants of a technological society under conditions of modern capitalism, the widening of cultural perspective from Europe to a world scale, the end of European political predomination, the decline of all elites, the awakening to political and cultural consciousness of previously submerged classes and peoples, the manifestations of conflict which accompanied these transformations--all of these developments have provided a real basis for the reorientation of historical studies.
82) While the ASMFC initially regarded striped bass management as beyond the scope of federal Magnuson Act authority due to the fish's typical predomination in territorial waters, Congress, it turned out, was unwilling to remain idle while a symbol of the nation's maritime heritage disappeared forever.
THE QUANTITATIVE INDEXES OF SCINTIGRAPHY (IN %) IN PATIENTS WITH BRONCHO-PULMONARY PAECILOMYCOSIS WITH PREDOMINATION OF THE BRONCHIAL OBSTRUCTION OF THE LUNGS (N-25; M [+ or -] M) Regional perfusion Lung Zone 1 Zone 2 Right 13.
Those stories highlight the predomination of defense failures to uncover innocence and provide an adequate defense because of inadequate funding.