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He would say a lot of pleasant things, ask you to dinner" ("That would not be bad as regards the unwritten code," thought Boris), "but nothing more would come of it.
It was clearly and precisely defined in the code of principles by which he was guided.
And he felt that this fact and what she expected of him called for something not fully defined in that code of principles by which he had hitherto steered his course in life.
I have said that they were truly happy; and without strong affection and humanity of heart, and gratitude to that Being whose code is Mercy, and whose great attribute is Benevolence to all things that breathe, happiness can never be attained.
What is the thirteenth rule in the code of the sainted Joseph Smith?
Treating your users as co-developers is your least-hassle route to rapid code improvement and effective debugging.
Yet coding theorists have been aware that their codes fall far short of what can, in theory, be achieved.
The permanent codes can be applied in sand, lost foam, investment and permanent mold casting processes.
Silvia Montiglio, a classicist, expressed her confidence in students' intellectual powers and denounced the sponsors of speech codes as "ideologues.
Tangible personal property defined in section 1245(a) of the Internal Revenue Code that is used(21) by a qualified taxpayer in one of the lines of business described in SIC Codes 2000 to 3999, inclusive, "primarily"(22) for any of the following:(23)
Bar codes are a more efficient means of entering repetitive data into a computer than keyboards.
I once saw a claim in which the surgeon had placed standard CPT-4 codes in the operative notes, next to each of the procedures he performed.
The codes also include standards for energy efficiency and access compliance for persons with disabilities.
Just like the 11-digit Universal Product Code (UPC) that identifies items sold in most countries today, a sliver of DNA could identify every living species on Earth, Hebert and his Guelph colleagues assert.
New York City's current Building Code was last comprehensively updated in 1968 and is out of date.