He further opines that the Pharisees' attempt to bind the law in such an instance
causes them to "condemn the guiltless" (12:7).
An XBRL Instance
Document provides financial information in a machine-readable format.
Nicholas of Cusa, for instance
, wrote that rithmomachia was to arithmetic as the monochord was to music, and the author of the doggerel poem De vetula (ascribed, incongruously, to Ovid in the Middle Ages) described it as the "flower and fruit of arithmetic," (41) not just an aid to its comprehension.
, in a presentation a student-teacher can discuss a case-study of a Deaf person working in a hearing environment and inventorize problems in communication that might arise.
, Ford Motor Company had significant problems with rogue spending in the 1990's.
The Media Research Center has documented how Brokaw heir Brian Williams, a CNBC anchor, "has never failed to publicize an antimissile test 'failure,' yet never bothered to report on any of the five instances
when missiles traveling at nearly 15,000 miles per hour were intercepted and destroyed.
NFT, or nutrient film technique, would be used for smaller crops, and a top drip system would be used on larger crops.
The more serious instances
involved users being blocked from such sites as those of the former Illinois Federation for Human Rights (now Equality Illinois), the National Journal of Sexual Orientation Law, and a United Nations report on HIV/AIDS.
In one instance
, I heard about a physician executive who brought a medical community and hospital closer together.
, he may go from getting delayed market reports to receiving real-time quotes.
, in Hong Kong we found no association between the Beijing genotype and younger age and a weak association with isoniazid (INH) resistance (3).
The Interior Department and Agriculture Department headquarters logs, for instance
, were handscrawled, while the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) headquarters maintained its requests in a handy record-management software package.