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1. The resultant position might thus be:.
2. The resultant increase in the water temperature.
3. The resultant dispute over whether this was a valid.
4. The resultant shudder caused the stack of books to topple.
5. The resultant: The levels of subjects' hormones shifted -.
6. The resultant workbook contains the following worksheets:.
7. And if we connect these two in series, then resultant resis-.

8. It portrayed the ideal of a resultant new order of human society.
9. Fame and fortune thus eluded me on many occasions, and the resultant.
10. The resultant clamour was followed by total calm and wondrous silence.
11. She could describe his resultant motivations regarding his relationship.
12. The resultant display is 01-01-00 which represents 1st January 1900.
13. And if we connect these two in series, then resultant capacitance would be —.
14. The resultant hiss seemed to capture his attention far more than Mark had managed.
15. The resultant rush of air should have been enough to suck the device out into space.
16. The resultant stress of the explosion would shear the granite along the line of holes.
17. The resultant is that the two price segments are not correlated after the folding operation.
18. Since missile attacked Zamaril and resultant horrible destruction, had shaken the entire world.
19. In Chapter 5 we discussed the methods of combining several utility functions into a resultant one.
20. But at the same time, today’s high prices and resultant low yields are no great blessing either.
21. In the resultant chaos, hopping about, Garvey stepped on, then kicked the fingertip into a street drain.
22. Missile attacks on Zamaril and the resultant destruction of its military might had shaken this entire world.
23. They performed a series of stress tests; the resultant scores took values from 0 to 5, with 5 being the best.
24. The higher the position of the underlying asset in the resultant ordering, the higher its profit potential is.
25. After it is cut it retracts below the skin surface with the resultant risk of it growing into surrounding tissue.
26. Then on top of that, the bigger resultant company might catch institution interest and that might add another 50%.
27. To find component forces equal to the composite or resultant force, the sum of the components must equal the resultant.
28. She’d survived the experience, but the damage had been brutal and the resultant fire had been extinguished only with difficulty.
29. The resultant agitated boredom renders them morally indifferent as to the method and mode of the elimination of their boredom, e.
30. However, later this enables them to continue their irresponsible conduct with its resultant suffering (a lack of wisdom on our part).
31. Using the Crashing Analysis I determine the resultant cost of the project provided it is completed for the minimum possible duration.
32. They do not recognize it as a power inherent in heroes and rulers, but as the resultant of a multiplicity of variously directed forces.
33. The cost was astronomical but it could be borne provided the projected revenue could be gleaned from the resultant development sources.
34. Her resultant screams were deafening, resounding around the room, bouncing off the bare walls, adding tearing harmonics to dizzying echoes.
35. But even in the matter of price discounts and resultant chance of principal gain, the second-grade bonds are in competition with better issues.
36. While these remedies lessen or eliminate the resultant suffering, the four opponent powers do not totally and completely purify negative karma.
37. Today the young are caught up with their careers, the middle-aged with position and prestige and everyone with competition and resultant insecurity.
38. The human life is the resultant from the animal and the divine lives, and the more this resultant approaches the divine life, the more there is of life.
39. It means that the resultant function should be unimodal with a single evident maximum corresponding to the optimal number of combinations to be selected.
40. If hatred keeps multiplying in their hearts then retaliation is the resultant reaction of these victims and then killing and killing of humanity everywhere.
41. Series combination—When we add capacitors in series one after another , their values decreases and resultant capacitance is computed by following formula -.
42. The trader necessarily favors the more active issues, and the price changes in these are the resultant of the activities of numerous operators of his own type.
43. One day Tommy had heard that Martha, then the village postmistress, had taken a nasty tumble from her bike and been severely hampered by the resultant lameness.
44. We should like to point out that the words “risk” and “safety” are applied to securities in two different senses, with a resultant confusion in thought.
45. If the resultant value is sufficiently above the market price—and if the investor has confidence in the technique employed—he can tag the stock as a bargain.
46. Besides that Zulimistan should stop military and nuclear aid to Zamaril so that imbalance of military might and resultant complications are resolved in the region.
47. Series combination—When we add resistance in series one after another , their values add up simply and resultant resistance is sum of all the resistances in series.
48. This condition is never observed by the they are obliged to admit, in addition to the insufficient components, another unexplained force affecting the resultant action.
49. The force of the water carried me halfway across the main road, dumping me astride the white line, and the resultant sixteen car pile up made the national news that evening.
50. You might even share some of your gardening design ideas with him or her and see how the nursery horticulturist processes the information provided and what advice is resultant.
51. But the same statistics supplied by one of the smaller oil-producing companies may well prove more deceptive than useful, since they are chiefly the resultant of two factors, viz.
52. When an average is taken over a period that includes a number of deficits, some question must arise as to whether or not the resultant figure is really indicative of the earning power.
53. In their exposition, an historic character is first the product of his time, and his power only the resultant of various forces, and then his power is itself a force producing events.
54. Effectively the donors were quite anonymous! The resultant foetuses were declared wards of the state and made available for normal adoption so that they could go to deserving parents.
55. And if you don't mind my saying there was actually a great deal more than I'd estimated---Since you required only three years worth tuition and the resultant fewer years rents and such.
56. The resultant misery he brought to their lives when he pursued them to their hiding places and captured them to face their punishment changed the lives of all of them, one way or another.
57. The excess time value premium that one pays for the February call, and the resultant lower delta that it has, both combine to limit the profits of the Feb 50 call vis-a-vis the Jan 50 call.
58. And so to this animal force of movement Christ, as it were, applies the new force—the recognition of Divine perfection—and thereby directs the movement by the resultant of these two forces.
59. Multiplying criteria values by weight coefficients can modify the degree of their influence on the resultant convolution; the higher the criterion weight, the stronger its effect on the selection results.
60. We the ZTA men say this with full confidence that causes of attack on trade centre with resultant calamity that befell Zulimistan people and the reasons for dangerous missile attacks on Zamaril were the same.
61. Needless to say, the safety, and the resultant investment character, of this unusual operation derived solely from the fact that the holder could count absolutely on the redemption of the shares in April 1935.
62. And it is to this animal force of motion that Christ seems to apply a new, a different force of the consciousness of divine perfection, and with this He directs the motion of life along the resultant of two forces.
63. As an ethic of imagination, this means the intended and collateral consequences inform the formation of the imagiton, and that the resultant consequences of one's enactment become the concerns of one's reimaginings.
64. All other stories and illustrations are taken from internet sites and are part of the public domain The stories have been adapted for the ESL audience and the resultant materials are copyright Courtney E Webb, 2013.
65. The resultant hedged bond generally has considerably lower risk than the unhedged bond, since the currency value change in the bond is exactly counterbalanced by the opposite change in value of the futures contract.
66. The continued variability of the climate (wet and dry cycles) complicated by the resultant overcrowding may have made the private storage of food-stuffs increasingly hazardous and the maintaining of order more difficult.
67. The investor may believe that the particular business will be immune from a drastic shrinkage in earning power, or else that the margin of safety is so large that it can undergo such a shrinkage without resultant danger.
68. The Soul Beast did not flinch as the dagger pierced its tough skin and more fire pulsed from the resultant wounds, but unlike Sorus, the flames fell harmlessly around her, without so much as singeing a single strand of hair.
69. This condition is never observed by the universal historians, and so to explain the resultant forces they are obliged to admit, in addition to the insufficient components, another unexplained force affecting the resultant action.
70. The multilevel rights average out at 80p, as the company’s share price should be, after a resultant recalculation of the pre-announcement valuation (it was around 160p at the time) of 89p, if you care to fiddle about with a spreadsheet.
71. I can"t help wondering why, at just about the time in the 1860"s of the unification of Italy, with the resultant loss, to the Papacy, of the Papal States, the decision was made to portray Mary as having been conceived blameless for original sin.
72. In most cases the resultant losses to the guarantor were greater than it could stand; several of the companies were forced into receivership (notably National Surety Company), and holders of bonds with such guarantees failed to obtain full protection.
73. But if it is true that a fairly large segment of the stock market is often discriminated against or entirely neglected in the standard analytical selections, then the intelligent investor may be in a position to profit from the resultant undervaluations.
74. The recurrent excesses of its advances and declines are due at bottom to the fact that, when values are determined chiefly by the outlook, the resultant judgments are not subject to any mathematical controls and are almost inevitably carried to extremes.
75. The peoples who accepted it in its corrupt form were subjected to its slow but certain influence, and by a long course of errors and experiments and their resultant sufferings have now been brought to the necessity of assimulating it in its true significance.
76. If Capitalism were the system by which entrepreneurs and business owners could “take advantage of” and “gouge” people, then there simply could not exist the natural market growth with the resultant high standard of living enjoyed in this great nation.
77. Within hours of the attack, Israel took advantage of the resultant confusion, launching two straight days of assaults on its hated neighboring Palestinians, hiding their own acts of terrorism in the dust-clouded fog of their supposed friend-country’s agony.
78. The judge of everything, the fundamental force which moves men and nations, has always been the one invisible, impalpable force,—the resultant of all the spiritual forces of a certain aggregate of men and of all humanity, which is expressed in public opinion.
79. The bacteriologist was able to grow this particular bacterium in a manner as to produce a potent cell mediated immune response in mammals when the culture was harvested at a certain phase of its growth and the resultant bacteria killed and fragmented a special way.
80. The price fluctuations of convertible bonds and preferred stocks are the resultant of three different factors: (1) variations in the price of the related common stock, (2) variations in the credit standing of the company, and (3) variations in general interest rates.
81. But as we’ve demonstrated above, this outperformance does not persist, and most small investors using active fund managers tend to turn over their mutual funds for this reason once every several years, generating more unnecessary capital gains and resultant taxes.
82. Throughout human history, in all times of flood, drought, the resultant starvation of millions, there are, stockpiled by the rich, food and supplies enough to save all who're condemned to die (by the greed of those who have, denying the necessities of life to those who need!).
83. Somehow she managed to instil the last few words with a meaning which reduced the conviction of her brother for child abuse, the deaths of two men and a woman, and the resultant comatose state of her daughter to an event which was purely and simply intended as a disruption of her life.
84. What had happened, that we should take note of, just two years after they had reached the limit of their expansion, or had it happened already and only the resultant consequence became apparent by 666? Whatever it was, Muawiyah was ensconced in power so securely that he reigned until AD 680.
85. In addition, the messenger (cpth) said that a person who commits suicide is an unbeliever, and that a person who commits suicide by drinking poison will see themselves continually drinking poison and suffering the resultant pain from the time they leave this life until the arrival of Doomsday.
86. The resultant stretch and rumple brought FA and LA into contact with the those other lonely forces so that through the progress of a now diatonic ascension and descension of any octave, having its existence among other octaves of similar nature, the forces could at last realize the imperative of their separation, i.
87. If a powerful vampire who is able to transfer her spirit to a human, uses a human’s body to conceive a child with a powerful werewolf, then the resultant tr-brid child will be one of the most powerful creatures on Earth whose strength will be equivalent to the strength of an immortal vampire or an immortal werewolf.
88. The historian evidently decomposes Alexander’s power into the components: Talleyrand, Chateaubriand, and the rest- but the sum of the components, that is, the interactions of Chateaubriand, Talleyrand, Madame de Stael, and the others, evidently does not equal the resultant, namely the phenomenon of millions of Frenchmen.
89. He had first hand knowledge of the September 1963 threat on the president’s life in Chicago (Cuban nationals with rifles in a hotel room that escaped before being caught) that forced cancellation of the president’s trip there and the resultant attempt to cover up this episode to avoid having to increase security all around.
90. It is achieved through the commitment to understand the nature of negative thought patterns and the resultant stress (negative emotional patterns) and finally, the habits and behaviours that stress supports and the willingness to make adjustments in life-style to dissolve stress and support new health-promoting habits and behaviours.
91. The historian evidently decomposes Alexander’s power into the components: Talleyrand, Chateaubriand, and the rest—but the sum of the components, that is, the interactions of Chateaubriand, Talleyrand, Madame de Staël, and the others, evidently does not equal the resultant, namely the phenomenon of millions of Frenchmen submitting to the Bourbons.
92. We are being taught to demand face-recognition apps, which conditions us to being screened so we are less suspicious and even enjoy being tracked and tracking others without ever thinking of asking the question, WHY? The persistent assault upon and resultant lack of anonymity is the latest defeat for creative autonomy: the freedom to self-evolve.
93. The factor of the Grandmother's appearance in place of the hourly expected telegram to announce her death (with, of course, resultant legacies) had so upset the whole scheme of intentions and projects that it was with a decided feeling of apprehension and growing paralysis that the conspirators viewed any future performances of the old lady at roulette.
94. This analysis would serve to raise the question: (1) if, since the end of the war, steel production has been transformed from a reasonably prosperous into a relatively unprofitable industry and (2) if this transformation is due in good part to excessive reinvestment of earnings in additional plant, thus creating a condition of overcapacity with resultant reduction in the margin of profit.
95. And therefore to explain how from these relations of theirs the submission of millions of people resulted- that is, how component forces equal to one A gave a resultant equal to a thousand times A- the historian is again obliged to fall back on power- the force he had denied- and to recognize it as the resultant of the forces, that is, he has to admit an unexplained force acting on the resultant.
96. And therefore to explain how from these relations of theirs the submission of millions of people resulted—that is, how component forces equal to one A gave a resultant equal to a thousand times A—the historian is again obliged to fall back on power—the force he had denied—and to recognize it as the resultant of the forces, that is, he has to admit an unexplained force acting on the resultant.
97. If you look at least a little deeper, you will make sure that, even on the atomic level of interactions between Aspects of the three Qualities mentioned above, the factor of manifestation of the Quality ALL-Unity (“pressure”) will depend not on the resultant interaction of two other Qualities among themselves (“gravitation”), but on the interaction directly with them, that is, on the characteristics of the electromagnetic Field formed by them.
98. I used inverted commas for the words “electric” and “magnetic”, because the properties of Space or objects of “materiality”, which we mean by these terms, in fact are no longer manifestations of Fields of these two types, but represent a certain summary of creative force interrelations between two intensively synthesized (with each other) Dominants and definite resultant dynamics of background interactions between Aspects of the other ten Qualities.

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