Proof of Theorem 3, necessity of amenability
: Let G be a non-amenable f.g.
Three strengths of the book are (1) its insightful critiques of voluntarism; (2) its articulation of natural law's amenability
to a common language for public reasoning and discourse; and (3) its helpful appraisal of natural law's Achilles tendon, that is, its susceptibility to being co-opted by the status quo.
If abortion is made an absolute priority, a difficulty arises "from the fact that changing the status [quo] does not score nearly as high [as other issues] on the scales of urgency, amenability
to improvement, or ripeness for intervention" from federal courts (p.
studies from recent core to assess rock mechanics are underway.
Since then Sohail's enthusiasm and affection towards Al Noor is seen by Pacific Ventures beyond the realm of a mere CSR amenability
, Sohail has also been a part of the company's CSR project by associating with a charitable fundraiser for Al Noor where he generously donated all his Being Human apparels to be auctioned off at the Gala Dinner.
Further, the AChBPs amenability
to X-ray crystallography has enabled us to provide more than 100 structures of the proteins in complex with numerous peptides, toxins, and therapeutically relevant compounds.
These were, however, balanced against some serious drawbacks: time; amount of sample handling post-PCR; low throughput; poor amenability
to automation; and, most critically, risk of amplicon contamination.
Hot melts will also see healthy gains, as their amenability
to fast processing speeds will promote opportunities in the packaging market, while their lack of volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions will continue to make hot melts an environmentally preferable option.
Both sides expressed guarded amenability
to the idea.
She can be a bit handy with her feet, though, and me and the girls here have learned to watch out for that!" Easy Terms's general amenability
also comes through on the racecourse.
But a number of stars have already been identified as playing host to rocky planets at a distance not too hot and not too cold for liquid water - the first proxy for amenability
Diplomats clarify to their own governments how a small accommodation to the needs of another nation creates a reciprocal situation, and therefore an atmosphere of amenability
conducive to agreement.