Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
But his career is a prime case of what might have been.
Single stage presses often do not provide an easy way to prime cases.
Like many people, Pynchon being the prime case in point.
The public is being treated to a prime case of Washington self-contradiction.
Edmund is a prime case study in the gradual effects of sin.
If the nation's largest bankruptcy, coupled with a clear example of paid political influence, isn't a prime case for reform, I don't know what is.
Initially, the domain parameters (that is, in the prime case or in the binary case) must be agreed upon.
The field is defined by p in the prime case and the pair of m and f in the binary case.
Iran's nuclear program is a prime case in point: so far, neither threats nor inducements have persuaded its leaders to suspend their uranium enrichment program.
Berdan primed cases require a different technique, either a hydraulic ram or a hook that punctures the case and levers it out from the bottom.
The gun had not been properly deactivated and a primed case with a bullet instead of a dummy had been used previously.
Let us summarize: in the prime case the domain parameters are and in the binary case they are .
Building on cognitive science, the perspective challenges cognitive internalism by presenting language as a prime case of embodied and culturally embedded cognition.
The prime case may be Greenpoint, Brooklyn, nestled into the northwest corner of the borough by the East River.
The arresting officer declared that this was a prime case of "Guns, Birds, and Hewitt" and he was released without charge.
Cracked necks, non-reloadable cases (steel, aluminum, or Berdan primed cases), and signs of head separation are all reasons to reject a case.
Enthusiasts usually only reload boxer primed cases as this reloading process is more easily automated than Berdan priming is.
Walter Schnackenberg's "Anarchie," with a tall willowy blonde, the angel of Germany, protecting the populace, is a prime case.
Given that charities almost invariably provide services at a local level, they are a prime case for subsidiarity and national decision-making on the VAT rates they pay.
Randy DeShaney's second wife, from whom he is now separated, told the police that Randy hit the boy and Joshua was "a prime case for child abuse."
Company Miscalculates Nixdorf Computer A.G. is a prime case of how a limited vision of marketing and management inflexibility had disastrous consequences.
(Ivo van Hove's unforgettable production for New York Theater Workshop in 2004 was a prime case in point.)
They are views not without merit, but they reflect a simplistic and nostalgic vision, often attractive to clever, despairing people - Enoch Powell being a prime case in point.
Rubber or plastic bullets designed for short range target shooting with primed cases can also be purchased; these are generally reusable if a proper bullet trap is used, but are prone to ricochet.
The theory was developed by Marshall Sahlins in the Pacific region and is described by David Henley using the North Sulawesi region in Indonesia as his prime case study.
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