As a general thing, therefore, you must first get fast to a whale, before any pitchpoling comes into play
. Look now at Stubb; a man who from his humorous, deliberate coolness and equanimity in the direst emergencies, was specially qualified to excel in pitchpoling.
What can be more singular than the relation between blue eyes and deafness in cats, and the tortoise-shell colour with the female sex; the feathered feet and skin between the outer toes in pigeons, and the presence of more or less down on the young birds when first hatched, with the future colour of their plumage; or, again, the relation between the hair and teeth in the naked Turkish dog, though here probably homology comes into play
? With respect to this latter case of correlation, I think it can hardly be accidental, that if we pick out the two orders of mammalia which are most abnormal in their dermal coverings, viz.
But the question is not quite so easy when we proceed to ask whether these principles are three or one; whether, that is to say, we learn with one part of our nature, are angry with another, and with a third part desire the satisfaction of our natural appetites; or whether the whole soul comes into play
in each sort of action-- to determine that is the difficulty.
A mysterious impulse of human nature comes into play
As other researchers have shown, CRH also comes into play
in mammalian pregnancy (SN: 9/21/91, p.
At night its symbolic mission is further enhanced, when the integral lighting scheme comes into play
. The white painted pylon is lit up as well as the underside of the bridge which reflect light onto the river surface.
The transfer-for-value rule comes into play
most frequently in connection with funding buy-sell agreements, when a life insurance policy is transferred by a corporation to one of the shareholders.
"You need a lot of luck, the weather comes into play
and it's handy being able to judge the going."
* Management and Collaboration, which is where the Teamcenter product lifecycle management functionality comes into play
so that there's enhanced collaboration across the supply chain.
Instead, there's ample "graffiti-attitude," which comes into play
particularly in the signage pieces, with tags turned into logos and unique graphic styles that demand to be read on their own terms or not at all.
This clause comes into play
also in the following context: Suppose there is an overlandlord, a prime tenant/sublandlord and subtenant.
The definition of "designated beneficiary" comes into play
if the IRA owner chooses to name his estate, rather than a person, as beneficiary.
On large scales, the structure of the universe itself comes into play
. "To the degree that we can digest it, we have information here about conditions in the very early universe," says R.
In the video Neu, 1999, the commercial function of the gallery itself comes into play
. Along with an approximately 2-by-3-foot light box on the roof which displayed the word NEU in white text on a red ground (a smaller version was affixed to an exterior wall of the gallery), Pflumm erected a supplementary wall in the newly occupied space.
This is when an architect's expertise again comes into play
. A talented architect can provide floor plans which help clients visualize the space in the appropriate layout.