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1 For example, suppose you do some bit manipulation in an integer variable and expect it to be of size 4: This may not be the case on all operating system platforms (see Listing 7).
2 the human ear, it may not sound like anything.
3 You may encounter the same question when you retrace the progress of civilization.
4 We may indeed graft living branch to living tree, or living part of animal or man to other living part, but it is not life with which we are working; it is form only.
5 Freeze onto that bag or someone in the crowd may snatch it.
6 fruit of our lives may be visible only to those who live after us.
7 These producers may not want to bear the risk of what future spot prices will be, so they may contract in futures markets to sell their future outputs at market-determined prices.
8 I may go there, but that depends.
9 You may chalk it on the wall.
10 You may of course ejaculate to that thing if you like.
11 Media companies may have to swallow hard before tethering their futures to any high-tech company, let alone Apple.
12 Neurological examination and neurophysiological testing confirmed the presence of thoracic myelopathy, which may have been due to the wire tethering the thoracic spinal cord to the dorsal dura.
13 You may skip through a book, reading only those passages concerned.
14 Even the ideal dog may be put down if it is not shown in perfect condition.
15 May: Yeah, I like her way of teaching.
16 However, there may finally be a way around this: sew the antenna into clothing.
17 That report indicated that there may be a hardware issue somewhere between the antenna and the amplifier.
18 It may turn out, however, that some differences both between and within groups are quite marked.
19 Some are in your line of business, while others may be in an entirely different industry.
20 While some of us may know more about this than others, it is a fact of life, and there is no way around it.
21 We may decide to eat more healthily, to get more exercise, not to bite our nails, to spend more time with our families, or really anything and everything that we feel we don't do, or don't do enough.
22 As I gown up to spray my apple trees, donning face mask, hat and boots, I \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ 'm thinking that, like Adam, I may be ready to bite.
23 His foolish behaviour may put his whole future in jeopardy.
24 His foolish behaviour may jeopardize his whole future.
25 If Wilber is correct, then some advanced practitioners of meditation may actually be able to maintain a form of conscious awareness of even the formless void of deep sleep.
26 I have seen people show this to others because when I meet you I may not like your face but this is trivial how do I know who you are?
27 I may meet them.
28 The report highlights many such examples of strategies, ideas and actions that have led to improvement and may help others to meet the commitment for all schools to be sustainable schools by 2020.
29 But while you may grumble in the privacy of your armchair, the journalists who hold the mirror up to you do so publicly and at great risk to themselves.
30 In this process, the SP may contact multiple web services offered by airline companies, hotels and other companies, but the original requester is never made aware of these processes in detail.