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Made non-effective in 1901, she was sold for scrap in 1903.
But evidently these laws were non-effective in the ultraspatial dimension known as time.
These proofs use the Axiom of choice (so called non-effective proof).
Indeed paper although seemingly soft and non-effective for building, can actually be strong and trustful if used in the right way.
It's a cost-effective way of eliminating non-effective, non-productive personnel.
When you let them go, they don't have a hold on you anymore; they are inconsequential and non-effective.
Detergents and disinfectants are issued in such minimal amounts that they are non-effective.
Return fire is non-effective.
Like any intellectual, he had been happy to stop commanding and begin arguing, and so he had admitted that his command was non-effective.
Placed on the non-effective list long before disposal, she was sold to Castle for breaking at Charlton on 26 April 1890.
February 2011 - 7-month stalement period of non-effective government ends with the election of premier Jhalnath Khanal.
HMS Gorgon, like all of her sisters, was placed on the non-effective list in 1901 and sold in 1903 for £8,400.
After refit and repair she remained in dockyard reserve at Chatham until declared non-effective in November 1901.
The difference is the glauconitic microporosity which contains water at reservoir conditions and is included as part of the Vsh (non-effective porosity) by log analysis.
Those failing to adhere to these requirements can be deemed to be Non-Effective Strength and can be subject to administrative action.
A 2006 review found Social Stories to be in the non-effective range in interventions or at very best, in the low end of the mildly effective range.
However as the PNI eventually rejected the invitation to join the BPP, the coalition rapidly became non-effective.
On 28 August, Cromwell fell back on Musselburgh, and on 31 August, after embarking his non-effective men, to Dunbar.
On 30 June 1921 she was put on the disposal list as being surplus to requirement, but was rescued to become a boys' training ship, in a militarily non-effective state.
H.O.V.'s on the L.I.E. are a huge, non-effective, waste of huge sums of taxes as well as terrible use of space.
At 20:50 Townsend radioed Jackson, reporting that one his platoons had been destroyed and that D Company was "non-effective", with five dead, 16 wounded and 16 men still missing.
Proximal individual differences suggest that the characteristics that distinguish effective leaders from non-effective leaders are not necessarily stable through the life-span, implying that these traits may be able to be developed.
In 1909 the ship was renamed President II and in the spring of 1911, was relieved by HMS Buzzard, again finding herself on the list of non-effective vessels.
After four months out of commission, in December 1895 the Gannet was transferred to harbour service in Chatham where she remained until 1900 when she was placed on the list of non-effective vessels.