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1 Different securities perform differently at any point in time, so with a mix of asset types, your entire portfolio does not suffer the impact of a decline of any one security.
2 Once, he told me if he'd grown up differently, he might have become a mathematician.
3 You only have to spend Christmas (or another festival) with someone else's family to see how they celebrate it differently.
4 So if the arrow of time is based on our consciousness and our ability to perceive it, then do people like you who understand it more fully experience time differently then the rest of us?
5 We do not view them from the same station, as we do a picture, or a poem, or a system of philosophy, and are, therefore, apt to be very differently affected by them.
6 Silk, bamboo, linen, wheat and rice straw were all used differently, and paper made with silk became the first type of luxury paper.
7 When I think about the money these guys make and the professions they are in (both are actors) I should have realized that we define "expensive" differently.
8 It will be helpful to think of rolling two differently colored dice, like a red die and a blue die.
9 It's interpreted, of course, so some of the aspects of Sabbath observance Jesus interprets differently in Matthew than do say, the Pharisees in Matthew or the Scribes in Matthew or other Jews.
10 I urge you to ask this of yourself, every time you find yourself blaming someone else for a problem: How could I have acted differently to prevent this problem?
11 I would think of what I should have done differently, as if this replay would change the outcome.
12 Encryption of the Shared key is performed differently than the message data with an algorithm that utilizes a pair of keys — private and public.
13 Ships play very differently from land units: they have to be manoeuvred with the wind in mind, they fire massive broadsides at right angles to their direction of movement.
14 The researchers admit they are not sure why men and women reacted differently to smiles.
15 yet, doctors reacted very differently depending on how the question was framed.
16 functional magnetic resonance imaging scans revealed that the brains of those living in cities reacted differently to stress, the researchers report in the journal Nature.
17 Several of these power searchers comment on the failures they've experienced and how they've coped with them or would do things differently next time.
18 And while that may sound like a pretty awesome solution, especially if it gets you to work in time, you'll think differently when the delayed hangover hits you like a truck a few hours later.
19 Research suggests that the brain of a native deaf signer is organized differently from that of a hearing person.
20 whole focus on "focus" is, as I see it, an act of intellectual cowardice - a way to criticize President Obama's record without explaining what you would have done differently.
21 worse from a scientific standpoint: banded and unbanded penguins respond differently to climate changes, with the banded birds showing up even later to breed when food is scarce.
22 In the first minute women behaved no differently to men they fancied than those they didn't.
23 It's a matter of pride-or, almost! -that, this afternoon in the workshop, I behaved no differently, or seemed no different, than ever in the past.
24 But the process is complex as well as various, and different biologists define it differently, depending in part on what sorts of animals they study.
25 clever experiments demonstrated that love makes us think differently in that it triggers global processing, which in turn promotes creative thinking and interferes with analytic thinking.
26 To refrigerate or not, that is the question. When it comes to eggs, it all depends on where you live. Different nations handle this food storage issue differently.
27 different types of nutrients we eat, including carbohydrate and protein, affect these transmitters differently, triggering drowsiness or alertness.
28 different cities had their baths differently.
29 The report says different systems favour different indicators, and the same indicators can be weighted differently by the various systems.
30 Each orbiter is configured differently for every mission, according to what the astronauts want to see displayed in each window.