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- n. Plural form of element.
- n. Outdoor weather, such as wind or rain.
- n. The basic tenets of an area of knowledge.
- n. The bread and wine of the eucharist.
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- n. violent or severe weather (viewed as caused by the action of the four elements)
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Evidently, the simplest way for a chemist to think about radio-activity was to think of it as an atomic property; hence, as atomic properties had always been regarded, in the last analysis, as properties of elements, it was natural to place the radio-active substances in the class _elements_, provided that one forgot for the time that these substances have not the class-mark
One of the main elements is the way people take responsibility.
These areas are the title elements, meta descriptions, and URL naming conventions found within the site, but also within the search engine results.
You'll also notice that individual elements are unbalanced - the title elements are crooked, the silhouette is off to the left, the speckles are only on the right - but the overall effect is balanced.
As an example, select all the title elements for the journal of date March-April 2008, as shown in the following listing:
For example, select all the title elements in journal (in journal namespace) of date (in journal namespace) November-December 2008, as shown in this listing:
As an example, select all the title elements in catalog. xml.
The title elements in the journal element (in the journal namespace) get selected and outputted in JDeveloper:
And with all due respect, to read Russo in an effort to unravel soap opera elements is as misguided as James Wood making the charge that all of Richard Powers's novels contain a boy-meet-girl subplot.
Starr said the key for players dealing with the elements is their approach.