ETTR

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AcronymDefinition
ETTRExpose To The Right (digital photograph histogram technique)
ETTREstimated Time To Repair
ETTRException to the Rule
ETTRElapsed Time to Repair
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While our family has followed the general human law in the matter just mentioned, it forms a marked exception to the rule that so absolutely controls all of white blood, on this continent, in what relates to immigration and territorial origin.
This capacity is found nowhere else, though it might be maintained that a statement or opinion was an exception to the rule. The same statement, it is agreed, can be both true and false.
"Why, yes," replied the king smiling, in what I could but consider a very heartless manner, "they are no exception to the rule if they have married in the country."
Malbihn's boys had been no exception to the rule and as many of them had been with him at various times during the past ten years there was little about his acts and life in the African wilds that was not known directly or by hearsay to them all.
In general the continental, or at least the Belgian old women permit themselves a licence of manners, speech, and aspect, such as our venerable granddames would recoil from as absolutely disreputable, and Madame Reuter's jolly face bore evidence that she was no exception to the rule of her country; there was a twinkle and leer in her left eye; her right she kept habitually half shut, which I thought very odd indeed.
Boris, who had come to Moscow on leave a few days before, had been anxious to be presented to Prince Nicholas Bolkonski, and had contrived to ingratiate himself so well that the old prince in his case made an exception to the rule of not receiving bachelors in his house.
No class of man is altogether bad, but each has its own faults and virtues; and these shipmates of mine were no exception to the rule. Rough they were, sure enough; and bad, I suppose; but they had many virtues.
Numa of the pit was in some respect an exception to the rule which guided his fellows of the forest in that as a cub he had been trapped and carried into the city, where he was kept for breeding purposes, only to escape in his second year.
The Fuwalda was no exception to the rule. Her officers were swarthy bullies, hating and hated by their crew.
Judge Aphrodite Konduros, writing for a unanimous panel, noted that South Carolina courts had never addressed whether NPLEx logs meet the business records exception to the rule against hearsay, which generally exempts any records that a business regularly creates and keeps in the course of its ordinary business activity.
We all want to win the first race because the trend is that the winner goes on to the championship, but we want to be the exception to the rule."
An exception to the rule, our cover girl, 23-year-old Alexandra Ansanelli, sped through the ranks of New York City Ballet without ever having performed in the workshop.
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