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1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Discontinuous Phrases or Hyperbata Discontinuities in noun phrases within the Vulgate are in clear opposition between the original Hebrew and Latin translation, since such word orders are impossible in the Hebrew language, in

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Ildikó Buocz, Nikoletta Rozgonyi-Boissinot, Ákos Török, and Péter Görög

Boulon M., Armand G., Hoteit N., Divoux P. Experimental investigations and modeling of shearing of calcite healed discontinuities of granodiorite under typical stresses, Engineering Geology , Vol. 64, No. 2–3, 2002, pp. 117

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significant discontinuity was also reflected by the laws on minority status were fundamentally influenced by international law. Even the Czechoslovak Republic was subject to international law on protecting minorities under the supervision of the League of

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Introduction Knowledge of shear strength along discontinuities in rock mass is essential for the design process of underground structures, such as tunnels ( Borbély et al. 2015 ), foundations, and rock slope stability

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Possibilities of detection of abrupt lateral conductivity changes are presented by mapping of the surface vertical magnetic field in the vicinity of the borehole. Magnetic field components generated by vertical electric bipole do not exist over a uniform or horizontally layered earth. Vertical magnetic field is caused exclusively by resistivity inhomogeneities. Therefore it is very sensitive to lateral discontinuities. A simplified inversion procedure — searching the anomalous subsurface horizontal current distribution linked with the discontinuity — is discussed and tested on synthetic examples.

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The purpose of this paper is to answer the main research question “is there a constitutional continuity in Poland or even the Polish constitutional identity or rather there was a permanent discontinuation in last 100 years of Polish history of state?” For this purpose, the Polish constitutional history in the 20th and 21st centuries has been analyzed with respect to the changes made in the Polish political system over the past century from republican and democratic governments with a strong parliament to governments more akin to the monarchy, with a strong presidency, and even autocratic. Looking for sources of Polish political inspiration references are made to the legacy of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

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Heat capacity of unstable quenched solid solutions (Fe1−xNix)0.96S was measured by DSC (enthalpy method and scanning heating). According to optic microscopy and X-ray powder diffraction, the samples are homogeneous phase of NiAs type with unit cell parameters changing regularly with composition. Heat capacity changes with composition irregularly due to the difference in magnetic properties of the end members: C p/1.96R=4.1 for Fe-rich samples and 3.3 for Ni-rich ones. There is no exact limit between two types of magnetic ordering. Instead, samples with intermediate composition (0.7<x<0.8) show large fluctuations in C p due to the inconsistency of alternative (FeS and NiS) types of magnetic ordering.

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Time-series of collaboration trends indicated through co-authorships are examined from 1800 to presence in mathematics, logic, and physics. In physics, the share of co-authored papers expands in the second half of the19th century, in mathematics in the first decades of the 20th century, in logic in the second half of the 20th century. Subdisciplines of mathematics, of physics, and areas of logic show large differences in their respective propensities to collaborate. None of the existing explanatory approaches meets this heterogeneity; the most salient feature is a propensitiy to collaborate in fields where theoretical and applied research is combined.

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