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and Hurford, J. R., editor, The Evolution of Language: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference ( EVOLANG9 ), World Scientific.
* Alan Turing, " On computable numbers, with an application to the Entscheidungsproblem ", Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, Series 2, 42 ( 1937 ), pp 230 – 265.
In 1922, John Renshaw Carson of AT & T, inventor of Single-sideband modulation ( SSB modulation ), had published a paper in the Proceedings of the IRE arguing that FM did not appear to offer any particular advantage.
" In Fifth Nilo-Saharan Linguistics Colloquium, Nice, 24 – 29 August 1992: Proceedings, edited by Robert Nicolaï and Franz Rottland ( 1995 ), 36-49.
Cohen, " Patriarchs and Scholarchs ", Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 48 ( 1981 ), pp. 57 – 87
* Proceedings of the Founding Convention of the Mars Society ( 1999 ), co-edited with Maggie Zubrin.
It publishes the peer reviewed quarterly Journal of the Society for Psychical Research ( JSPR ), the irregular Proceedings and the magazine Paranormal Review.
* Kenneth D. Whitehead ( ed ), Sacrosanctum Concilium and the Reform of the Liturgy: Proceedings from the 29th Annual Convention of the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars ( Scranton ( PA ), University of Scranton Press, 2009 ), 210 pp.
In Proceedings of The International Emergency Management Society ’ s Fifth Annual Conference ( TIEMS 98 ), May 19 – 22, Washington DC, USA ( 1998 ).
" A Problem in the Theory of Reference: the Linguistic Division of Labor and the Social Character of Naming ," Philosophy and Culture ( Proceedings of the XVIIth World Congress of Philosophy ), Montreal, Editions Montmorency: 241-247.
Proceedings of the 10th IEEE International EDOC Enterprise Computing Conference ( EDOC 2006 ), October 2006, p23-32
In their article published in The Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society ( vol. 64 ( 1998 ), pp. 139 – 82 ) Whittle and Wysocki suggest corpses may have been placed in caves near the cromlech until they decomposed, when the bones were moved to the tomb – a process known as excarnation.
* Hjørland, Birger ; and Nicolaisen, Jeppe ( 2005 ), Bradford's law of scattering: ambiguities in the concept of " subject ", in Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science: 96-106.
“ Phonetic realization of contrastively aspirated affricates in Nepali .” In Proceedings of ICPhS XVI ( Saarbrücken, 6 – 10 August 2007 ), 629-632.
* Gallagher, Dennis, " Holyrood Abbey: the disappearance of a monastery ", in the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 128 ( 1998 ), pp. 1079 – 1099.
Timothy Chambers is a philosopher who has written a number of articles which have appeared in the journals Mind ( 2000, 2001 ), the Monist ( 1998 ), Philosophy ( 2001 ), the Aristotelian Society Proceedings ( 2000 ), and Ratio ( 1999 ).
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Early e-learning systems, based on Computer-Based Learning / Training often attempted to replicate autocratic teaching styles whereby the role of the e-learning system was assumed to be for transferring knowledge, as opposed to systems developed later based on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning ( CSCL ), which encouraged the shared development of knowledge.
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After extensive antimicrobial testing according to the Agency ’ s stringent test protocols, 355 copper alloys, including many brasses, were found to kill more than 99. 9 % of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus ( MRSA ), E. coli O157: H7, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, Enterobacter aerogenes, and vancomycin-resistant Enterococci ( VRE ) within two hours of contact.
In the 2011 Freedom House Freedom of the Press report, Belarus scored 92 on a scale from 10 ( most free ) to 99 ( least free ), because the Lukashenko regime systematically curtails press freedom.
Over two-thirds of the members, and all the serving MPs, of the Liberal Party joined this party, led first jointly by Steel and the SDP leader Robert Maclennan, and later by Paddy Ashdown ( 1988 – 99 ), Charles Kennedy ( 1999 – 2006 ), Sir Menzies Campbell ( 2006 – 07 ) and Nick Clegg ( incumbent ).
There are groups of drawings by Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Michelangelo, ( including his only surviving full-scale cartoon ), Dürer ( a collection of 138 drawings is one of the finest in existence ), Peter Paul Rubens, Rembrandt, Claude and Watteau, and largely complete collections of the works of all the great printmakers including Dürer ( 99 engravings, 6 etchings and most of his 346 woodcuts ), Rembrandt and Goya.
Sediment cores show that tropical sea surface temperatures may have briefly been as warm as 42 ° C ( 107 ° F ), 17 ° C ( 31 ° F ) warmer than at present, and that they averaged around 37 ° C ( 99 ° F ).
* erotic poems: some of them indicate homosexual penchants ( 50 and 99 ), but most are about women, especially about one he calls " Lesbia " ( which served as a false name for his married girlfriend, Clodia, source and inspiration of many of his poems ).
Also, due to the limitations of the data structures in the ATIP ( see below ), 90 and 99 minute blanks will identify as 80 minute ones.
In 1996, he went to the US to play for the Tampa Bay Mutiny ( 1996 – 97, 2000 – 01 ), Miami Fusion ( 1998 – 99 ), and Colorado Rapids ( 2001 – 02 ).
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* Jones, D .( 1917b ), The phonetic structure of the Sechuana language, Transactions of the Philological Society 1917-20, pp. 99 – 106 ; rpt in Jones ( 2002 ).
The Ethiopian constitution defines the right to own land as belonging only to " the state and the people ", but citizens may only lease land ( up to 99 years ), and are unable to mortgage, sell, or own it.
Nevertheless, element 99 ( einsteinium ), namely its < sup > 253 </ sup > Es isotope, could be detected via its characteristic high-energy alpha decay at 6. 6 MeV.
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Though more than 99 % of the dry atmosphere is IR transparent ( because the main constituents — N < sub > 2 </ sub >, O < sub > 2 </ sub >, and Ar — are not able to directly absorb or emit infrared radiation ), intermolecular collisions cause the energy absorbed and emitted by the greenhouse gases to be shared with the other, non-IR-active, gases.
He led the league in home runs ( 41 ; for the third time in 6 years ), RBIs ( 150 ), doubles ( 50 ), total bases ( 384 ), extra base hits ( 99 ), at-bats per home run ( 14. 0 ), and slugging percentage (. 670 ; 44 points ahead of Joe DiMaggio ).
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The temple seems to have been burnt again during the Third Sacred War ( 355 – 346 BCE ), and was in a very dilapidated state when seen by Pausanias in the 2nd century CE, though some restoration, as well as the building of a new temple, was undertaken by Emperor Hadrian.
The Third Battle of Panipat ( January 1761 ), fought between largely Muslim and largely Hindu armies was waged along a twelve-kilometer front.
First documented in the 13th century, Berlin was the capital of the Kingdom of Prussia ( 1701 – 1918 ), the German Empire ( 1871 – 1918 ), the Weimar Republic ( 1919 – 1933 ) and the Third Reich ( 1933 – 1945 ).
The 89th compagnie de travailleurs étrangers ( Company of Foreign Workers ), consisting of foreigners judged as undesirable by the Third Republic and the Vichy regime and committed to forced labour, was established in Barcelonnette.
In 72 BC, his troops occupied the Greek coastal cities of Scythia Minor ( modern Dobruja region, Romania / Bulgaria ), which had sided with Rome's Hellenistic arch-enemy, king Mithridates VI of Pontus, in the Third Mithridatic War ( 73-63 BC ).
The story of Jonah is set against the background of Ancient Israel in the 8th-7th centuries BC but deals with the religious and social issues of the late 6th-4th centuries BC, coinciding with the views of latter chapters of the book of Isaiah ( Third Isaiah ), where Israel is given a prominent place in the expansion of God's kingdom to the Gentiles.
Internally, the Taiping Rebellion ( 1851 – 1864 ), a quasi-Christian religious movement led by the " Heavenly King " Hong Xiuquan, would raid roughly a third of Chinese territory for over a decade until they were finally crushed in the Third Battle of Nanking in 1864.
* Napoleon Bonaparte ( First Consul ), Jean-Jacques Cambacérès ( Second Consul ), Charles-François Lebrun ( Third Consul ), Consuls ( 12 December 1799 – 18 May 1804 )
In the history of colonialism, ( i. e., the form of imperialism in which the government of the colony is run directly by foreigners ), the educational and media systems of many Third World countries have been set up as replicas of those in Britain, France, or the United States and carry their values.
Qinshan Nuclear Power Plant | Qinshan Phase III Units 1 & 2, located in Zhejiang China ( 30. 436 N 120. 958 E ): Two CANDU 6 reactors, designed by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited ( AECL ), owned and operated by the Third Qinshan Nuclear Power Company Limited
Bradley ( U. S. 12th Army Group ), Patton ( U. S. Third Army ) and Devers ( U. S. Sixth Army ) insisted they be given priority in the south and near Paris.
Sedky Sobhy, the commander of the Third Army ( Egypt ), was appointed as Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces.
The Third Republic followed and after the death of his son Napoleon ( IV ), in 1879 during the Zulu War, the Bonapartist movement split, and the Third Republic was to last until 1940.
Emotion, Seduction and Intimacy: Alternative Perspectives on Human Behaviour ( Third Edition ), Seattle: Libertary Editions.
* Kramer, Samuel Noah ( 1998 ), Sumerian Mythology: A Study of Spiritual and Literary Achievement in the Third Millennium B. C.
Among the most significant films produced during this period were David Lean's Brief Encounter ( 1945 ) and his Dickens adaptations Great Expectations ( 1946 ) and Oliver Twist ( 1948 ), Carol Reed's thrillers Odd Man Out ( 1947 ) and The Third Man ( 1949 ), and Powell and Pressburger's A Matter of Life and Death ( 1946 ), Black Narcissus ( 1946 ) and The Red Shoes ( 1948 ).
The film now most commonly cited as the first " true " film noir is Stranger on the Third Floor ( 1940 ), directed by Latvian-born, Soviet-trained Boris Ingster.
Living Room Games published Earthdawn ( Second Edition ), RedBrick LLC published Earthdawn ( Third Edition ), but the license has now based back to FASA Corporation and FASA Games, Inc. is the current license holder for new material.