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Most marketing people agree it is going to take redoubled efforts to satisfy future requirements.
Another teen-ager remarked: `` Most Jews don't believe in God, but they believe in people -- in helping people ''.
Most people do not realize that the congregation, as a gathered fellowship meeting regularly face to face, personally sharing in a common experience and expressing that experience in daily relationships with one another, is unique.
Most realtors and real estate brokers talk of themselves as `` professional people '' with the cultural and moral values held by the traditional professions.
Most people did.
Most often, the term describes those who create within a context of the fine arts or ' high culture ', activities such as drawing, painting, sculpture, acting, dancing, writing, filmmaking, photography, and music — people who use imagination, talent, or skill to create works that may be judged to have an aesthetic value.
Most of the 888 Japanese people living in Russia ( 2010 Census ) are of mixed Japanese-Ainu ancestry, although they do not acknowledge it ( full Japanese ancestry gives them the right of visa-free entry to Japan ).
Most people did not consider the depiction of a Brillo Box or a store-bought urinal to be art until Andy Warhol and Marcel Duchamp ( respectively ) placed them in the context of art ( i. e., the art gallery ), which then provided the association of these objects with the associations that define art.
Most people admired the work of producer / DJ Cliff ' the Jazz ' Nille after releasing Spookrijders debut album De Echte Shit.
Most people are familiar with Helen Keller, who was both blind and deaf, but there has been considerable progress since the publication of her work.
Most of Burkina's people are concentrated in the south and center of the country, sometimes exceeding 48 per square kilometer ( 125 / sq.
Most people live on farms near areas of fertile volcanic soil.
They are followed by a further wicked king, or " little horn ", who subdues three of the ten ( 7: 24 ), speaks against the Most High, wages war against the saints, and attempts to change the set times and laws ( 7: 25 ); after ' a time and times and half a time ', this king is judged and stripped of his kingdom by an " Ancient of Days " and his heavenly court ( 7: 26 ); next, " one like a son of man " approaches the Ancient of Days and is invested with worldwide dominion ; moreover, his everlasting reign over all kings and kingdoms is shared with " the people of the Most High " ( 7: 27 )
Most modern day biblical scholars assert that the Book of Lamentations was written by one or more authors in Judah, shortly after the Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem in 586 BC ; and was penned as a response to Babylonian Exile, the intense suffering of the people of Judah, and the complete and utter destruction of Jerusalem.
Most people who meet criteria for bipolar disorder experience a number of episodes, on average 0. 4 to 0. 7 per year, lasting three to six months.
Most Irish people and witnesses to the event disputed the report's conclusions and regarded it as a whitewash.
The paper published by Dr Sudhir Shah makes it clear that dozens of people had access to Hira Ratan Manek during the study and he went on at least one excursion: " Most surprisingly, he had himself climbed the famous Shatrunjay mountain ( Palitana hill ) on 4. 4. 01, on 401st day of his legendary fasting along with 500 fellowmen without anybody ’ s help, within 1. 5 Hrs.
Most of them were Dutch, French, British ( English ), Arab and Jewish ( from Lebanon and Morocco ), Chinese ( especially from Macau ), American, and Brazilian ( including people of Portuguese and African descent ).
Most people have a strong intuition that some animals, such as dogs, are conscious, while others, such as insects, are not ; but the sources of this intuition are not obvious.
Most newspaper comic strips are syndicated ; a syndicate hires people to write and draw a strip and then distributes it to many newspapers for a fee.
Most people and institutions in China primarily use the Indian ( Arabic ) system for convenience, with traditional Chinese numerals used mainly in some formal or ceremonial occasions such as on printed money.
Most people guilty of embezzlement do not have criminal histories.

Most and would
Most of us would be willing to admit that forgiveness comes hard.
Most of these would be in the Northern Hemisphere, where the fallout is concentrating.
Most of us would say that in this delight at the killing of others or the causing of suffering there is something very unfitting.
Most observers believed that without expansion slavery would eventually die out ; Lincoln argued this in 1845 and 1858.
Most of the political battles in the 1850s focused on the expansion of slavery, since most assumed that if slavery could not expand, it would wither and die.
Most notably, Carnegie believed that the future leaders of society would rise from the ranks the poor.
Most elite BBSes used some form of new user verification, where new users would have to apply for membership and attempt to prove that they were not a law enforcement officer or a lamer.
Most brochs have scarcements ( ledges ) which would have allowed the construction of a very sturdy wooden first floor ( first spotted by the antiquary George Low in Shetland in 1774 ), and excavations at Loch na Berie on the Isle of Lewis show signs of a further, second floor ( e. g. stairs on the first floor, which head upwards ).
Most of the original societies were fully terminating, where they would be dissolved when all members had a house: the last of them, First Salisbury, was wound up in March 1980.
Most of the men were also skilled with the use of guns as they would hunt and also were able to protect their families with them.
Most card players would refuse to play cards with a known cheat.
Most of the Mesozoic supercontinent of Pangea was now assembled, although North China ( which would collide in the Latest Carboniferous ), and South China continents were still separated from Laurasia.
Most denominations ( a notable exception being the Seventh Day Adventists ) would affirm the statement from the Catechism of the Catholic Church ( above ), with the exception of the parenthetical phrase, " through a purification or immediately.
" Most meals would have consisted of rice, in the south, or wheat or other grain products in the north, accompanied with green vegetables, with protein often coming from foods like peanuts and soy.
Most of the professional teams ' cheerleading squads would more accurately be described as dance teams by contemporary standards ; as they rarely, if ever, actively encourage crowd noise or perform modern cheerleading moves.
Most soft sectored and all hard sectored drives would have also required an extra cut-out for the index hole — a harder modification.
Most episodes in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s rated with over 20 million viewers and during the 1990s and early 2000s 15 – 20 million per episode would be typical Like most terrestrial television in the UK, a dramatic decline in viewership has taken place and the show currently posts figures of between 8 and 14 million per episode.
Most of the rumors circle from the same source of Saint Jerome who claimed “ Cyril was an out and out Arian, was offered the see on Maximus death on the condition that he would repudiate his ordination at the hands of that Bishop ”.
Most observant Jews would say that Judaism is a love story.
Most of the publishing world has found that the added complexity of XSD would not bring them any particular benefits, so DTDs are still far more popular there.
Most in the crowd believed they knew what would follow ; Constantine and Maxentius, the only adult sons of a reigning Emperor, men who had long been preparing to succeed their fathers, would be granted the title of Caesar.
Most libraries create a separate fiction section to allow shelving in a more generalized fashion than Dewey provides for, or to avoid the space that would be taken up in the 800s, or simply to allow readers to find preferred authors by alphabetical order of surname.
Most Reformed churches would practice a balance between these, i. e., all believers who are united to a church of like faith and practice, and who are not living in sin, would be allowed to join in the Sacrament, sometimes with a requirement of pastoral or elder approval.

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