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  1. As modified, the judgment is affirmed.
  2. Heavily modified, the guitar had one different tuner, all new pickups, and modified pickguard.
  3. A NASCAR Modified is eleven inches shorter in height and over twenty-three inches wider than a Cup car.

Slightly Modified Form

  1. He used a slightly modified form of the language shared by Ireland and Scotland at the time and also used the Roman script.
  2. It is written in a slightly modified form of the Arabic alphabet.

Arabic Loanwords

  1. The Arabic loanwords incorporated into Persian have been modified to fit the Persian sound patterns.

Modified Arabic Alphabet

  1. It is written in a modified Arabic alphabet, and it has many Arabic loanwords.

Modified Arabic Script

  1. In Afghanistan, Balochi is written in a modified Arabic script based on what is used for Pashto.


  1. The game originally used a modified Build engine, later the GoldSrc engine, before it was finally moved to the Lithtech engine.

Modified Quake

  1. The game uses modified Quake II physics.
  2. GoldSrc, or Goldsource, is the retronym used internally by Valve Software to refer to the heavily modified Quake engine that powers Half-Life.
  3. It is distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). Nexuiz currently utilizes DarkPlaces, a significantly modified Quake engine.

Modified Bitumen

  1. Modified bitumen - Rolled roofing membrane with polymer modified asphalt and either polyester or fiberglass reinforcement.

Last Modified

  1. This document contains a verion of the Patent Cooperation Treaty, last modified on October 3, 2001.
  2. These Terms of Use were last modified on July 31, 2006.

Modified Slightly

  1. In some countries, the rules are modified slightly to fit the airspace rules and air traffic services that exisited before the ICAO standardisation.
  2. That said, the color may be modified slightly by mixing with iron, in the form of almandine.
  3. Many of these arrangements were modified slightly (often with the addition of guitar) when the band played at Monte Carlo.


  1. Thus, the abilities or the phenotype of the organism, or the proteins it produces, can be modified through the modification of its genes.
  2. The author retains copyright and permits redistribution and modification under terms to ensure that all modified versions remain free.
  3. Newton's law of gravitation, as every one knows, was somewhat modified by Einstein, and the modification was experimentally confirmed.

Modified Pullulanase

  1. In a preferred embodiment, the enzymatic composition comprises a modified pullulanase of the present invention at 80% and a glucoamylase at 20%.
  2. A modified pullulanase, which in unmodified form has activity under alkaline conditions, will retain activity under alkaline conditions.

Slightly Modified

  1. The Iberians came to use this Greek alphabet, slightly modified.
  2. The arms of Echandens come from the Grand family arms of 1698 which were slightly modified to obtain the current design adopted in 1927.
  3. The state arms have been slightly modified but the flag has remained the same.


  1. Kunrei-shiki is based on the older Nihon-shiki (Nipponsiki) system, modified for modern standard Japanese.

Slightly Modified Version

  1. Kunrei-shiki is a slightly modified version of Nihon-shiki which eliminates differences between the kana syllabary and modern pronunciation.
  2. The game runs on a slightly modified version of the White Wolf "Storyteller System", whose lightweight mechanics allow players to concentrate on roleplaying.
  3. This script is a slightly modified version of the Persian script, whereas the Gurmukhi script used by the Sikh Gurus is the descendent of the Brahmi script.

Genetically Modified Organism

  1. A genetically modified food is a food product containing some quantity of any genetically modified organism (GMO) as an ingredient.

Genetically Modified Organisms

  1. Organic farming is a form of agriculture that excludes the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and genetically modified organisms.
  2. Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) are the result of laboratory processes which artificially insert foreign genes into the DNA of food crops or animals.
  3. Aside from foods, genetically modified organisms are making their way into other commercial venues.

Genetically Modified

  1. Insects can be genetically modified by injecting them with artificial transposons and a source of transposase.
  2. The new patent law also explicitly promotes the commercialisation of genetically modified (GM) seeds in Iraq.
  3. Genetically modified (GM) cotton was developed to reduce the heavy reliance on pesticides.

Modified Live

  1. The second modified virus may be a modified live virus, an inactivated virus, an attenuated virus or a viral subunit, as described hereinabove.
  2. Immunity obtained this way does not last as long and is not as successful as that obtained with a modified live or recombinant distemper vaccine.
  3. It does in fact come in both a killed vaccine form and an MLV (modified live virus) form.

Modified Live Vaccine

  1. An attenuated virus would be used in a modified live vaccine.
  2. Weak positive results are often a result of recent vaccination with a modified live vaccine (within 5-12 days of vaccination).

Modified Form

  1. These employed a modified form of the Latin alphabet.
  2. People who receive the program in that modified form do not have the freedom that the original author gave them; the middleman has stripped it away.
  3. The dance found its way into Argentina and then to France and finally into the United States in a modified form about 1914.

Modified Leaves

  1. Spines grown by the cacti are actually modified leaves; the stems (the green "pads" of many cacti) have also evolved to photosynthesize.
  2. This flower head is surrounded by bracts (modified leaves) that form an involucre beneath or around a flower cluster [Figure - 1].
  3. A pistil is composed of one or more highly modified leaves (carpels), each containing one or more ovules.


  1. The following list of exhibits are recommended, but may be modified by the local HUD Field Office as required.
  2. As id Software no longer maintains Quake II the use of a modified engine such as R1Q2 is recommended over the 3.20 release.
  3. For dogs older than 16 weeks of age, one dose of vaccine containing modified live virus (MLV) CPV, CDV, and CAV-2 is recommended.


  1. It is distributed under a free software licence, and the source code can be used, modified, and resitributed by anyone.
  2. The GPL permits anyone to make a modified version and use it without ever distributing it to others.

Modified Version

  1. From the time of Islam 's rise in South - Central Asia, Pashto has used a modified version of the Arabic script.
  2. Smith later developed a modified version of Miner for Brøderbund Software; it was that version, now named Lode Runner, that was released in mid 1983.
  3. The language was seldom written for centuries; today it uses a modified version of the Arabic script, and Partawi Shah has written poetry in Burushaski.


  1. The walls of the vesicles are developed into the nervous tissue and neuroglia of the brain, and their cavities are modified to form its ventricles.
  2. Network Architecture must enable new software applications to be developed more rapidly and modified more easily as business requirements change.
  3. Developed using a modified version of the Unreal Tournament engine, the game was published by Eidos Interactive.


  1. For example the Hamiltonian -based approach to quantum mechanics would have to be modified in the presence of a second Hamiltonian for the other time.
  2. In order to check if a food has been genetically modified one can test for the presence of part of the vector's DNA in the food of interest.
  3. In the presence of subnets, this problem is only slightly modified.

Genetic Material

  1. The genetic material obtained using any of the foregoing methods may then be altered or modified to provide obtain polypeptides of the present invention.
  2. A genetically modified organism is an organism whose genetic material has been deliberately altered.


  1. GM food Food that comprises, in whole or in part, material that has been modified by the application of recombinant DNA technology.
  2. Base Sheet Melts to Torch Applied Bitimun ~ The white material on the left is base sheet and it is melted to the torch applied modified bitumen.
  3. All material in the Freedoom project is released under the modified BSD license, allowing people to reuse it as they wish.


  1. If the material is modified, its title has to be changed (unless the prior authors give permission to retain the title).
  2. It seems to me that we do have permission to distribute modified versions, provided source is included.


  1. In historical evolution terms, Kurmanji is less modified than Sorani in both phonetic and morphological structure.


  1. In Iraq and Iran a modified version of the Perso-Arabic alphabet has been adapted to South Kurmani (Sorani).
  2. Kurdish in Iran and Iraq is written using the Modified Arabic alphabet.
  3. You may have read recent news reports that suggest I have modified my position regarding the redeployment of American military personnel in Iraq.

Modified Versions

  1. Modified versions of Linux, NetBSD and Solaris can be used as the dom0.
  2. Rules about how to package a modified version are acceptable, if they don't effectively block your freedom to release modified versions.
  3. The core legal mechanism of the GNU GPL is that of copyleft, which requires modified versions of GPL'd software to be GPL'd themselves.


  1. The terms of this license apply to the use and Distribution of the Standard or Modified Versions as included in the aggregation.
  2. Ensuing copyleft provisions stated that modified versions of free software must be distributed under the same terms as the original software.
  3. Copyleft provisions say that modified versions of the software must be distributed under the same terms under which the unmodified software was received.


  1. In addition, JSP 2.0 technology could not be modified to accommodate the needs of JavaServer Faces technology.
  2. Listing 4: The modified source to the JSP.


  1. Certain letters were modified to account for sounds specific to Pashto.
  2. Certain letters were modified to account for sounds specific to Pushto.
  3. This classification system does not account for several complicating factors: genetically modified organisms, feral populations, and hybridization.


  1. Slow infectors are active in memory and only infect new or modified files.
  2. If *.jsp file was recently modified (i.e., the servlet in the memory is older) Tomcat converts the file into Java code.
  3. The term "SLOW infector" is sometimes used for a virus which, if it is active in memory, infects only files as they are modified (or created).


  1. It requires the operator of a network server to provide the source code of the modified version running there to the users of that server.


  1. This is the practice of designing a machine so that if the user installs a modified version of a program, the machine refuses to run it.
  2. Any difference in hash values is an indication that the message has been modified and SHOULD be reported to the user.
  3. Figure 10: The JSP as it appears after the user has modified one of the fields of the Java Bean by typing in the input field.


  1. Beta vulgaris - Wikimedia Commons This page was last modified on 3 March 2008, at 04:10.
  2. Operationally, the JSP engine provides the benefits of automatic compilation after the page is installed in the document tree or modified thereafter.
  3. An example of modified forms appears at the bottom of Page 16.


  1. At the same time, it is possible to file an application for modified forms of the same design at the same time.
  2. Near the end of the NES's lifespan, upon the release of the AV Famicom and the top-loading NES 2, the design of the game controllers was modified slightly.
  3. However, modified forms, or embodiments of a single design concept may be filed in one design patent application.


  1. The flag was modified in 1964 when Tanganyika merged with Zanzibar to form the United Republic of Tanzania.
  2. So it seems that, at some point, the Zebbug arms was modified with the addition of that chief and the flag was modified accordingly.
  3. This version was used until 1955, when the flag was modified slightly.


  1. Throughout history, the flag has changed 4 times, as the design of the coat of arms and the length-width ratios of the flag have been modified.
  2. She wants to get rid of the green color and to submit the Arms and modified version of the flag for approval by the Heraldic Commission in Warsaw.
  3. The badge on the flag is the arms of Quebec, which were last modified in 1939.


  1. Create compressed point-in-time snapshots, adding only new or modified files and directories at each time.


  1. FIG. 9 shows another modified form of the exhaust manifold 32.
  2. The eyepiece lens system shown in FIG. 14 is a modified Ramsden type.


  1. Here is a modified version of our JSP from previous section, adding in a scriptlet.
  2. The strategy may be further modified as a result of multiple addresses per host (see Section 5.3.4), to optimize delivery time vs.
  3. An ESS is a refined, which is to say modified form of, a Nash equilibrium (see next section for examples which contrast the two).


  1. The other way is to use a live virus that has been modified such that actual disease does not result in infection.
  2. Many of these accounts refer to the violence of traditional Scottish football [1] and as a result many games were abolished or modified.
  3. A public domain software can be modified by anyone, and the result can be made available to someone else under a binding license.


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