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HW9 1783 Internal opportunity cost — direct labour hours f2.40 can be interpreted in the following ways:
HWB 1150 Later in the century the Roman Empire was divided into two parts, eastern and western, and after the fall of Rome in the following century, the eastern part ruled alone.
HWF 3671 The Module Version Deletion keyword, MINTEG, is entered in the following format:—
HWF 3803 A valid and known charge code will result in the following prompt:—
HWK 427 In the following June the terms of the grant were amplified.
HWK 1188 In the following ten days a series of warrants authorized payment for these various responsibilities, including a fee of 1,000m as justiciar.
HX3 44 Thus, courses, which, in the past, have started in September and finished in the following June, during which all students moved along at exactly the same speed of learning, will become a feature of the past.
HX9 1571 In the following chapters we discuss possible ways of reducing the number of word strings.
HXB 1058 Where it is desired to afford members an opportunity of instructing the proxy how he shall act the instrument appointing a proxy shall be in the following form (or in a form as near thereto as circumstances allow or in any other form which is usual or which the Directors may approve):—
HXG 411 In the following two examples the vocabulary itself suggests an inference beyond what is strictly perceivable:(83) He may be seen, as he enquires of an official the time of the next train, to summon up the semblance of a smile.
HXG 1188 The modal construction has been found in the following types of context which fall into Jacobsson's ten categories:(25) Her restlessness wakened her bedfellows more than once.
HXG 1387 This analysis must however be extended if it is to cover all the uses of the infinitive since there are also cases in which the latter is not in relation with another verb, as in the following exclamations:(1) Oh to be in England now that April's there!
HXH 1365 While this beginning is effective in showing organisation, it delays getting into the argument, and could be rewritten in the following way, which both demonstrates organisation less clumsily and gets immediately to the point: Since the terms "lyrical" and "epic" present special difficulties when used of Middle English works, it is useful to introduce discussion of works of the period with a brief analysis of these two terms.
HXV 85 This approach was taken by the Court of Appeal in the following case but failed on the facts in the House of Lords.
HXV 168 It was laid down by the Court of Appeal in the following case.
HXW 282 The basis for the proposed introduction of a new estate and its nature are made clear in the following extracts.
HXW 1668 The inherent difficulties in taking possession away from a tenant, who may in any event be inclined to resist, are displayed in the following extract:
HXX 158 It therefore looks as though Swegen wintered in England, and in the following spring perhaps went plundering in the Irish Sea, for one of the versions of the Welsh chronicle known as the Annales Cambriæ records the harrying of the Isle of Man by a Swegen son of Harald in a year which is likely to be 995.
HY0 460 In answer to this second argument it can be said that the education available to Desiderius of Cahors in the following century is not likely to have been any better, and yet he did write in the manner of earlier letter-writers.
HY5 742 Pecquet made others in the following year.
HY5 1368 Lycées were established in Cairo and Beirut in 1909 and in Alexandria in the following year.
HY8 144 This fact must be continually borne in mind in the following pages which are concerned first with the decline and then with the tentative, uneven, but ultimately decisive revival of the relationship with the United States.
HY8 772 Bevan's action had various causes, but rearmament and its implications for domestic policy were understandably given great prominence in the following months.
J11 6 Recipes and step-by-step methods for making the various icings and fillings are in the following pages, including fondant, royal and gelatine icing, marzipan, glaze, frosting and buttercream.
J12 414 An eddy differs from a Fourier component in the following way.
J15 2016 One version of this theory is expressed in the following equation: PQ will thus be the money value of national output sold (i.e. national income, Y).
J2C 394 An elected departmental committee also assists the head of department in the following terms as defined in the Statutes of the University: ‘The functions of the departmental committee shall be to advise the head of department on all matters affecting the department, with particular reference to (a) annual estimates;(b) allocation of resources and accommodation;(c) junior academic appointments.’
J2K 588 The difficulties that a Martian or child might have with such a system are neatly illustrated in the following Yiddish story: A melamed [Hebrew teacher]discovering that he had left his comfortable slippers back in the house, sent a student after them with a note for his wife.
J41 242 In the following year, ninety one ninety two, the number of applications held steady, but the total fee income declined slightly and in nineteen ninety two ninety three, whilst the number of applications fell slightly, the fee income fell considerably, so that in ninety two ninety three er there were more applications than in the,th the first of those, of those years that I quoted, but the fee income was twenty five percent down.
J6U 326 Where a plaintiff claims the delivery of goods let under a hire-purchase agreement to a person other than a body corporate, he shall in his particulars state in the following order:(1) the date of the agreement and the parties to it, with the number of the agreement or sufficient particulars to enable the debtor to identify the agreement;(2) where the plaintiff was not one of the original parties to the agreement, the means by which the rights and duties of the creditor under the agreement passed to him;(3) whether the agreement is a regulated agreement and, if it is not a regulated agreement, the reason why;(4) the place where the agreement was signed by the debtor (if known);(5) the goods claimed;(6) the total price of the goods;(7) the paid-up sum;(8) the unpaid balance of the total price;(9) whether a default notice or a notice under s 76(1) or s 98(1) of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 has been served on the debtor and if it has, the date on which and the manner in which it was so served;(10) the date when the right to demand delivery of the goods accrued;(11) the amount (if any) claimed as an alternative to the delivery of the goods; and (12) the amount (if any) claimed in addition to the delivery of the goods or any claim under sub-paragraph (10), stating the cause of action in respect of which each such claim is made.
J6V 632 In Prokop v DHSS and Another CLY 1037, May LJ stated the relevant principle clearly in the following passage: On the facts in Jefford v Gee the relevant loss of earnings continued throughout from accident to trial, and indeed went on thereafter…it is, I think, quite clear from the judgment, and indeed from the application of arithmetical commonsense, that the half-rate approach there referred to is only applicable to cases where the special damages comprise more or less regular periodical losses which are continuous from the date of the accident to the date of the trial; these are more often than not lost earnings.
J6Y 1355 In the same case, at 427, Denning LJ (as he then was) gave more examples in the following passage and summarised the circumstances in which he thought the court would interfere:
J70 116 The customer's prior written consent must also be obtained in the following circumstances:(1) Before the firm deposits collateral with, pledges, charges or grants of security arrangement over the collateral to a third party;(2) If the firm reserves the right to return collateral other than the original collateral or original type of collateral.
J76 833 In the absence of any express directions the parties are expected to adduce their evidence in the following order (FPCR, r21(3); FPR, r4.21(2)):(i) the applicant;(ii) any party with parental responsibility;(iii) other respondents;(iv) the guardian ad litem;(v) the child if there is no guardian ad litem (or he is conducting his own case or giving instructions to a solicitor on his own behalf).
J76 917 It may be communicated to the court in the following ways:(a) Oral testimony Witnesses may be called to give oral evidence to the court.
J7M 17 In the following paper Ludger Hoffman considers the linguistic evidence of this process of mediation in a particularly problematic communicative context, namely the writing of literature in a second language and culture.
J7X 107 In the following section I shall show that planned reformulations can be justified in terms of style.
JXK 451 Thus by using the function keys f1 and f2, the user might type in the following:(f1) LM10(f2) (f1) JO(f2) (f1) EP(f2) On screen, the user would see, in green letters LM10 Jo EP This would result in a document which had a left hand margin of 10 spaces (LM10), was justified (JO) and was paginated (EP).
JXM 1413 In the following month it distributed two million leaflets on the Munich crisis, following this up in December with ten million leaflets on the Spanish Civil War.
K51 378 In South West Durham, that industry is a major employer and any increase in duty and Government policy on tobacco in general is likely to be an issue locally in the following election campaign.
K5A 599 He compiled breaks of 52, 62 and 65 in the following two frames to lead 8-4 while Wattana, by now looking ragged, managed to aggregate only 13 points.
K5D 7930 The union was concerned by the rate of job cuts, with 7,000 due by the end of next month and reports that another 20,000 could go in the following year.
K5M 3866 Mortgage tax relief is expected to cost the Exchequer £4.3 billion next year but the cut in tax relief will reduce the bill by £900 million in 1994/95 and £960 million in the following year.
K92 1966 Since every combination of real income and the price level along the AD curve is associated with a point of intersection between the IS and LM curves, we can define the AD curve in the following way:
K93 1267 When there is a head, as in the following example: in a little less than an hour
K93 1272 In the following examples, each tone-unit consists of an initial tonic syllable and a tail: look at it what did you say both of them were here
KBD 5484 Cos you'd have more in the following day.
KCC 476 this week again there's a lot of repeats in it, and he said other people that send adverts in can't even get er a look in, they don't , anyway that, after he wrote the letter it was in the following week.
KRH 2316 erm The police have often described themselves as erm in the following way, that society throws its problems into the dustbin and asks the policeman to sit on the lid.
KRT 6399 Will she tell us whatever happened in the following two weeks to make her completely cave in.