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Steven Porter, "Billy Graham and the Wideness of God's Mercy," Th.
Most of the radars will be installed on highways, where many fatal accidents occur due to the wideness of the roads and the higher speed limits.
where l, b, a represent the length, wideness and thickness of the theoretical chip (cutting layer) and [l.
The wideness of the scope also prevents her from tackling any one issue with the depth and systematic precision a dissertation needs.
Wideness and different alteration temperature of the exothermic peaks indicate that samples contain different organic compounds.
And all the incredible, wideness of humanity is something fiction is tailored to explore -- the depth of human nature, the greatness, the blackness and lightness.
The movement nonetheless has a ternary form, which reflects Martinu's preference for wideness or space with regard to the musical form of the composition.
The wideness of the female pelvis was also cited as proof of her complacent nature in that it supposedly hindered greater activity.
A lot of that depends, of course, on how proactive people manning the stands are, but people also raised points about the wideness of the exhibition aisles making the event just appear less busy, and the new location out of central London preventing casual attendees.
By way of magic reflections unseen countries rise from the mist like apparitions of long forgotten times--and far away on the horizon a purple ray of gleaming gold reveals the wideness of the universe and forecasts eternity
In Africa, the difficulty of finding a sense of self for young girls and women is complicated by class and socioeconomic status as it is in other cultures; however, it appears to the compilers that this phenomenon is exacerbated by the wideness of these class divisions in the literature suggested below.
There, for the price of "a penny," Keats could have "spen[t] the day looking at the sea" (Corbin 264): "Oh ye who have your eyeballs vext and tir'd, / Feast them upon the wideness of the sea .
The two most standard types of modern map are those of the nation state and those of the city, the former depicted (in the context of its neighboring states) as monolithic and of a uniform colour, the latter as a grid of fungible streets and roads--the same thing reproduced over and over on the grid, with narrowness or wideness as the allowable variation.