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- The family took as their emblem a ladder, hence the family name, hence the name of the church and hence the name of the opera house.
- Hence no enzyme is made.
- The fell is reputedly the last place in England where a wild boar was killed, hence the name, and has other claims to distinction.
- Hence, the obsessive nature of the man weighted the article towards the angle that Morrissey had originally feared.
- When the individual produces a germ cell (egg or sperm), one of the two genes, chosen randomly, is transmitted to that cell, and hence to the offspring.
- Although not explicit in Malinowski's theory, it is apparent that hunter-gatherer belief systems also express a strong feeling of anxiety or guilt about killing and exploiting non-human-animals, hence the notion that punishment can only be avoided by behaving in a respectful way towards individual animals and nature in general.
- Heart leb here signifies the seat of thought, not emotion, so is more akin to "mind"; hence, to labour the analogy somewhat, law is written into identity and consciousness rather than heart in the modern sense.
- His full support for the anti-Saddam coalition has not been universally popular: hence his latest diplomatic effort, which he must hope will still redound to his credit and give the Soviet Union a useful base on which to build a role in the post-war Middle East.
- But it seems to be widely accepted as inevitable that indiscipline will not be eradicated, no matter how positive or imaginative the school tries to be; hence the need to be able to apply sanctions and punishments, "to register disapproval of unacceptable behaviour and as a last resort to protect the necessary authority of teachers and the stability of the school system".
- This usually means effects on the processes of embryonic development and hence on bodily form and behaviour.
- We're about to move into more sophisticated harmonic applications for Pentatonics, hence my concern for your fluency with all five shapes.
- A model of Christian living and hence of holiness which relied on images of separation and apartness became highly suspect.
- Drill four 5/16in holes in each to take the pencils, turn them 90 and drill a 1/2in hole 1 in from one end and along the joint; this forms a half hole in each block, and hence the reason for making two holders.