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    1. We, in aggregate and total, in this town,

    2. Provide a way to access the elements of an aggregate object sequentially without exposing its

    3. “You have to understand that these results are still preliminary, but it seems that the aggregate quantum state of the quasi boson corresponding to the human soul is awake/asleep/unknown

    4. She already knew of their vast aggregate economic importance but she never thought of their vast knowledge base

    5. aggregate; a and b - constants

    6. 9): d – size of particles of the given fraction of aggregate; D

    7. Along with ordinary coarse aggregate concrete, in construction are also used types of concrete which differ from their structural peculiarities, composition and properties

    8. Sand concrete that does not contain coarse aggregate is prevalent type of the concrete

    9. Quality of the aggregate for fine grained concrete make much more influence on its basic properties than those for conventional heavy concrete

    10. - at specified type and density of coarse porous aggregate with possible selection of sand type;

    11. Selection of coarse porous aggregate is conducted on the basis of empirical data that link their bulk density with density (ρ ) and strength of concrete c

    12. Mortars are composite heterogeneous materials which differ from concrete only by absence of coarse aggregate and poured as a rule on the basis with thin layer

    13. 12, the different taxes which had been mortgaged for paying the bank annuity, together with several others, which, by this act, were likewise rendered perpetual, were accumulated into one common fund, called the aggregate fund, which was charged not only with the payment of the bank annuity, but with several other annuities and burdens of different kinds

    14. Soon after the greater part of the temporary taxes of Great Britain had been rendered perpetual, and distributed into the aggregate, South-sea, and general funds, the creditors of the public, like those of private persons, were induced to accept of five per cent

    15. In taking the ridges our aggregate losses had been 1140 officers and men in a battle that artillery alone could have made untenable

    16. Late at night, General Shafter cabled Washington that his aggregate losses were ''above four hundred; of these not many are killed

    17. Central Authority increases in proportion to a society‘s Aggregate Demands

    18. Such qualifiers that otherwise define an individual remain subject to revision; modifying attitudes, a (calculated) means toward an uncertain end, that, when understood in the aggregate, however, ushers a uniquely complex, multi-dimensional individual unrestricted by the limits of determined viewpoints

    19. 40% of Africa"s aggregate wealth has fled to foreign bank accounts

    20. The theory of evolution is like that, with the aggregate as it stands today showing little resemblance to the original, except in its basic structure

    21. economic force that can aggregate thousands

    22. It identifies them when they agree to Bank3Sector that foresees an minimum aggregate of

    23. ( user15, user16) e) Unique Task is instrument that implements and accomplishes the activity with its dynamicalally aggregate resources

    24. “Constitutional”, “Institutional” and “Existential” that give life to the Areas of Activities to aggregate the agreed organizations

    25. The reports are presented for each organization and also for Bank3Sectors as aggregate information of performance

    26. Aggregate “Real” administers the income that is

    27. When hosting an event, you always want to create a hashtag so users can chime in and you can aggregate a list of tweets from potential leads

    28. Germanic tribes, called in the aggregate Franks, established themselves along the right and left banks of the Rhine during the end of the 4th and beginning of the 5th century

    29. In order to have a blanket term for the aggregate of these revolutionary events, I will use the term Revolution (of 1789) with a capital R

    30. “Ha! You were top five in thirty-seven events! Your aggregate scores were unapproachable!” the largest of her companions laughed with a booming voice as deep as Mark’s, as he rejoined his empress from the gathering of military commanders

    31. In the aggregate, Park’s chain is large

    32. This means that emphasis was placed in perceiving events in aggregate

    33. as the particles aggregate more closely (i e they start ‘clumping’ like cold

    34. The initial blogger responses, in the aggregate, were negative about the Comcast move

    35. The GDP is the aggregate (total) monetary value of all the goods and services produced

    36. Distinguish between differences and aggregate similar types only to the extent that there

    37. And this life, in the aggregate, struggles toward higher values, having for its final goal the Universal Father

    38. Practically speaking we get a sane epidemic disease, we become agents capable of “infecting” and expand the wish to do, to aggregate

    39. And thus, if you can build up such trustworthy and effective small units of human association, when these are assembled in the aggregate, the world will behold a great and glorified social structure, the civilization of mortal maturity

    40. If you can find other books related to this them, then you can aggregate the traffic through links to

    41. compilation is called an "aggregate," and this License does not apply to the other self-contained works thus compiled with the

    42. Document within the aggregate

    43. on covers around the whole aggregate

    44. Now our next task is to analyses some of the Aggregate

    45. Aggregate Functions: These functions mainly forming

    46. share and aggregate their favorite content

    47. In aggregate, these families have experienced a financial turn-around

    48. in the capital structure to form an aggregate cost of capital

    49. In effect, an aggregate of the demand for money will determine the

    50. Ultimately, the relationship is a function of yield curve behavior, inflation and aggregate

    1. Google curates the results and sends them as an aggregated set of stories to your email address

    2. centers of aggregated impersonal computerized review

    3. Their profit and loss figures were aggregated into the holding company and became part of the operating profits of the group operation

    4. meteoroid material was aggregated, some subjected to heating-

    5. further aggregated if the need arises, so begin with intuitive boundaries

    6. The traffic rank is based on three months of aggregated historical traffic data from millions of Alexa Toolbar users

    7. This article had 1342 clicks from the aggregated bit

    8. This article was posted to Twitter an aggregated total of 1028 times and

    9. The article had 969 clicks from the aggregated bit

    10. “Are you kidding me?” my voice aggregated, my eyes stuck on his face without bothering to blink even “you are leaving for states tomorrow

    11. Leucippus, the instructor of Democritus, maintained that Space was filled eternally with atoms actuated by a ceaseless motion, the latter generating in due course of time, when those atoms aggregated, rotatory motion through mutual collisions producing lateral movements

    12. In the case of the Green Bay and Western Railroad Company Income Debentures “Series B,” the amounts paid out between 1922 and 1931, inclusive, aggregated only 6% although the earnings were equal to only slightly less than 22%

    13. In 1970 the number of “merger announcements” aggregated some 5,000, down from over 6,000 in 1969

    14. You can use aggregated news archives, such as Dow Jones Factiva or LexisNexis, which archive historical articles as far back as the 1980s from publications including the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, the New York Times, and various trade journals

    15. Recall that market capitalization reflects stock price times the number of shares (for any single firm or aggregated across all firms in a market)

    16. Estimates of return reversal tendencies for single stocks are then aggregated to get a proxy of market-wide illiquidity

    17. Considering the aggregated data (that is, for all the pairs of strategies and all the threshold values) a strong negative relationship is easily detected; the higher the effectiveness coefficient, the lower its deviation from its maximum obtainable value (Figure 5

    18. How a nerve comes to be sensitive to light, hardly concerns us more than how life itself originated; but I may remark that, as some of the lowest organisms in which nerves cannot be detected, are capable of perceiving light, it does not seem impossible that certain sensitive elements in their sarcode should become aggregated and developed into nerves, endowed with this special sensibility

    19. These latter cells are nearly spherical and of nearly equal sizes, and are aggregated into an irregular mass

    20. Hence, it would continually be more and more advantageous to our humble-bees, if they were to make their cells more and more regular, nearer together, and aggregated into a mass, like the cells of the Melipona; for in this case a large part of the bounding surface of each cell would serve to bound the adjoining cells, and much labour and wax would be saved

    21. We may err in this respect in regard to single points of structure, but when several characters, let them be ever so trifling, concur throughout a large group of beings having different habits, we may feel almost sure, on the theory of descent, that these characters have been inherited from a common ancestor; and we know that such aggregated characters have especial value in classification

    22. Because, as has been elsewhere noticed, those whales, influenced by some views to safety, now swim the seas in immense caravans, so that to a large degree the scattered solitaries, yokes, and pods, and schools of other days are now aggregated into vast but widely separated, unfrequent armies

    23. The green aggregate continues as far as the air-well, a distance of 66 feet, with some trifling variations in the size and proportions of the aggregated fragments

    24. edrinatum differs from this by having oval fruits, with aggregated, echinate, and hooked thorns; and the X

    25. strumarium, by having cordate hirsute leaves, the fruits aggregated, with hooked thorns and horned tops

    26. The tables are sometimes so aggregated that their edges being exposed, offer wedge-shaped and stelliform figures

    27. In one specimen I found three crystals of the red aggregated together, and enclosed in one of the green

    1. The coefficient of internal friction relies mainly on the coarseness of aggregates and can be approximately calculated on the Lermit and Turnon formula: where d - middle diameter of particles of

    2. Influence of aggregates on forming

    3. Aggregates, making the bulk of concrete and forming the

    4. Gordon produced the test of different kinds of aggregates

    5. volume of aggregates in the

    6. In the case of high-quality aggregates (crushed granite and quartz sand) using, as it is shown by E

    7. , kg/m3) aggregates increase on mass of water which is:

    8. as compared to laboratory mixture on mass of water in aggregates: W = W − F ⋅ H

    9. For this purpose there are used heavy aggregates: magnetite, hematite or limonite iron ores, barite, waste metal, lead shot, etc

    10. Modulus of elasticity of concrete reduces with exposure dose increases because of accumulation of structural defects in aggregates and cement stone

    11. - at specified types of coarse and fine aggregates with given values of their density;

    12. - at selection both coarse and fine aggregates

    13. Wood wastes without preliminary treatment (sawdust, chips) or after grinding (slips, hogged chips, wood wool) can be used as aggregates in building materials on the basis of mineral binders

    14. Biological resistance and hard combustibility of the materials on their basis of mineral binders is provided by impregnation wood aggregates by mineralizers and their subsequent mixing with mineral binders

    15. Concrete with wood aggregates blemishes are high water absorption and comparatively low water resistance

    16. Concrete on the basis of organic aggregates as other types of concrete divides by application on heat insulating, structural-heat insulating and structural

    17. All types of mineral binders from which Portland cement is the basic one can be used in the composition with wood aggregates

    18. For reduction of harmful extractive materials quantity, initial product for wood aggregates production are seasoned in the storages for a certain time (soft wood

    19. They lifted barrels containing dry aggregates and dumped them into the churning cylinder

    20. Therefore, the current monetary system aggregates whatever is fragmented, that is, centralizes the resources of the diverse familiar units and producing units for speculation in the market

    21. Monetary Aggregates of projected income for

    22. Aggregates in Virtual Coin “Real” (given income for the

    23. Monetary Aggregates that will generate income in Virtual

    24. They defended Tully Aggregates when they got caught dumping waste oil into the Thames estuary

    25. Aggregate In general, all functioning things are aggregates

    26. The remaining four aggregates are aspects of his

    27. Contaminated aggregate any of the aggregates of form, feeling,

    28. of contaminated aggregates, the mara of uncontrolled death, and

    29. countless bases of imputation are contaminated aggregates

    30. inated to uncontaminated aggregates

    31. mind as the uncontaminated aggregates of Heruka’s body and

    32. ated to uncontaminated aggregates

    33. Nephrolithiasis, known as kidney stones, is a common disease characterized by the formation of crystalline aggregates anywhere along the urinary tract

    34. To hold men together by paper and seal or by compulsion is no account, That only holds men together which aggregates all in a living principle, as the hold of the limbs of the body or the fibres of plants

    35. Aggregates critical information related to state legislation, regulations, and litigation that is related to parity; long-term goal is to help consumers understand their rights under the law, and to help them to exercise those rights

    36. The main difference between Ameron and Northwest is that Ameron offers investors international exposure and the diversification of the aggregates business

    37. Is the company an engineer that must be called on in the early stages to propose and eventually plan the project? Or is the company a supplier of the aggregates such as gravel, stone, and cement that are used to build the roads and bridges

    38. Along with the actual building of structures, Granite also supplies the projects with aggregates such as sand, gravel, concrete, ready mix, and others

    39. Close cousins to monetary indicators are making a comeback in financial conditions indices that include money and credit aggregates

    40. It aggregates most of what you need to know about a stock or mutual fund into one free location

    41. Jourdain, descend even a step lower and find aggregates of pigment-cells, apparently serving as organs of vision, without any nerves, and resting merely on sarcodic tissue

    42. As an individual man cannot live without having a definite idea of the meaning of his life, and always, though often unconsciously, conforms his acts to this meaning which he ascribes to his life, even so aggregates of men living under the same conditions,—nations cannot help but have a conception about the meaning of their collective life and the activity resulting therefrom

    43. A pagan, a social man, no longer recognizes life in himself alone, but in the aggregate of personalities,—in the tribe, the family, the race, the state,—and sacrifices his personal good for these aggregates

    44. Larger, more powerful aggregates conquered the weaker, and the larger and the more powerful the aggregate of people became, the less internal violence took place in it, and the more secure did the continuance of the life of the aggregate seem to be

    45. These unions into greater and ever greater aggregates did not take place because men consciously recognized such unions as more advantageous to themselves, as is described in the story about the calling of the Varangians, but in consequence, on the one hand, of natural growth, and on the other, of struggle and conquests

    46. This in fact has always been the case with certain aggregates, like the family or the tribe

    47. These fusions into larger and larger aggregates took place, not because men realized that it would be to their advantage, as is illustrated by the fable that tells of the falling of the Varegs in Russia, but are due rather to natural growth on the one hand, and struggle and conquest on the other

    48. The aggregates of transition are harder and much more compact, than the secondary; they are also cemented by argil, taking a slaty form

    49. It is at a constant dip (although small) from the horizon; the cement is in greater quantities in proportion to the particles cemented than in any of the secondary aggregates, &c

    50. The secondary aggregates of sandstone and puddings have been evidently beds of sand or gravel, and of course, in that state would be called alluvial, but when cemented together by the infiltration of water, carrying along with it lime, iron, or any other body capable of agglutinating the particles together, become rocks, and may alternate in all proportions

    1. spirit vivifies the matter of the various planes, first building their respective atoms, and then aggregating those atoms into elements

    2. no loans and advances aggregating to Rs

    3. The holders of guaranteed mortgages or participations therein (aggregating about $3,000,000,000 guaranteed by New York title and mortgage companies alone) found that the guaranty was a mere name and that they were entirely dependent upon the value of the underlying properties

    4. During the years 1909 to 1925, inclusive, the company paid dividends on the common stock aggregating in excess of $700,000 and by 1922 had retired all of the first-mortgage bonds through the operation of the sinking fund for that issue

    5. Thereafter, the stockholders received special cash distributions aggregating $72 per share (nearly twice the average market price for 1926 and 1927), and they still retained ownership of a profitable business which resumed regular dividends

    6. These earnings consisted almost entirely of dividends aggregating $4,450,000 received from its operating subsidiary, the Western Pacific Railroad Company

    7. In the case of Northern Pipe Line the capital not needed in the pipe-line business was returned to the stockholders by means of special distributions aggregating $70 per share

    8. Within the years 1932–1934 regular and liquidating dividends were paid, aggregating $28

    9. Thus the company’s cash position actually improved considerably during this period, despite payment of very irregular dividends aggregating $4

    10. A breakthrough in requiring soft information probably occurred in 1976 when the SEC, for the first time, required companies with inventories and gross property, plant, and equipment aggregating more than $100 million and comprising more than 10 percent of total assets to provide supplementary data in the 10-K about estimated replacement costs (Accounting Series Release 190, dated March 23, 1976)

    11. Furthermore, under the July agreement Leasco in effect obtained an option either to use its own cash and borrowings aggregating $57

    12. These funds, aggregating a little over $55 million, together with the $6 million surplus cash that Brewing had, still left it considerably short of its $121

    13. Aggregating across investors, each asset’s market price equals the expected sum of its future cash flows discounted to the present value (i

    14. The four conditions are: (1) diversity of opinion; (2) independence of members from one another; (3) decentralization; and (4) a good method for aggregating opinions

    15. or simply by contact as in the aggregating Salpa, &c

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