"It's still unclear whether these flirtations are the cause of IC 3583's irregular
appearance - but whatever the cause, the galaxy makes for a strikingly delicate sight in this NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image, glimmering in the blackness of space."
I am impressed with the myriad examples of irregular fighters Scheipers identifies through her wide-ranging research, the careful distinctions she makes among them, and the frequently problematic interpretations of those combatants she teases out of the writings of generals, politicians, and lawyers.
An intriguing theme running throughout Unlawful Combatants is irregular warfare often occurs at the edges of conventional war, and even as an authorized auxiliary to it, e.g.
Book three, The Darkness Dwellers, finds Kiki and the Irregulars
uncovering an international smuggling operation.
The conditions of small wars are so diversified, the enemy's mode of fighting is often so peculiar, and the theatres of operations present such singular features, that irregular warfare must generally be carried out on a method totally different from the stereotyped system [for regular war].
It is not possible today to talk about irregular warfare and counterinsurgency (COIN) without discussing Iraq.
Last year The Irregulars
made a donation to the Dalesway Association.
High token-frequency irregulars may also have accrued enough 'lexical strength' (see Bybee, 1995) to 'withstand' the influence of variables such as presentation modality.
Individual irregulars may exert their own influence in compounding.
isn't just a matter of scouring the sky with a sensitive detector.
In addition, by inspecting the verbs included in the list of most frequent forms used by children with SLI and the MLU controls, it is apparent that phonological effects are also a factor, given that over 80% of verb types in both groups is represented by irregulars
Likewise, the irregular
moons of Jupiter and Uranus move opposite to the direction of rotation of their planets and their other moons.
Researchers reported in 1986 that a simple neural network learned the past tenses of regular and irregular
verbs--such as "showed" for "show" and "went" for "go," respectively--in much the same way as has been observed in children.
verb system in English is simple compared to the one that the Spanish language has, where the many different kinds of irregularities that exist challenge any Spanish learner.
In reading Carens's paper, I often found myself wondering what the underlying political philosophy was that he was bringing to bear on the irregular