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List Of Constituents Of British Railways
... The following is a list of constituents of British Railways ... It had four major constituents, but there were a number of joint lines between these, and additionally some light railways were taken into the fold ...
Scottish North Eastern Railway - Constituents
... The Alyth Railway was operated by the SNER from opening on 12 August 1861 and ultimately vested in it from 1 February 1863 ... The Arbroath and Forfar Railway, incorporated on 19 May 1836, was operated by the Aberdeen Railway, SNER and the Caledonian Railway but not absorbed by any of them, remaining independent until grouping. ...
Low-temperature Thermal Desorption
... designed to heat soils to temperatures sufficient to cause constituents to volatilize and desorb (physically separate) from the soil ... Although they are not designed to decompose organic constituents, thermal desorbers can, depending upon the specific organics present and the temperature of the desorber system, cause some ... Afterburners and oxidizers destroy the organic constituents ...
Avenue Of The Arts, Inc. - Constituents
... AAI’s primary constituents include current and future businesses, arts organizations, and entertainment venues on the Avenue of the Arts ...
Structuralist Theory Of Mythology
... that myth can be broken down into constituent units, and these units are differ from the constituents of language ... Finally, unlike the constituents of language, the constituents of a myth, which he labels “mythemes,” function as "bundles of relations." This ... parts Thus, a structural approach towards myths is to address all of these constituents ...

Famous quotes containing the word constituents:

    The men who carry their points do not need to inquire of their constituents what they should say, but are themselves the country which they represent: nowhere are its emotions or opinions so instant and so true as in them; nowhere so pure from a selfish infusion.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Will mankind never learn that policy is not morality,—that it never secures any moral right, but considers merely what is expedient? chooses the available candidate,—who is invariably the devil,—and what right have his constituents to be surprised, because the devil does not behave like an angel of light? What is wanted is men, not of policy, but of probity,—who recognize a higher law than the Constitution, or the decision of the majority.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)