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* Likewise the status of women seems lower in Athens than in many Greek cities.
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Likewise and status
Likewise, Tommy Steele, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and The Beach Boys were teen idols, especially during the earlier part of their careers, although they quickly grew out of that status.
Likewise, there occurred a corresponding rearrangement of the human nature ( Gattungswesen ) and the system of values of the owner-class and of the working-class, which allowed each group of people to accept and to function in the rearranged status quo of production-relations.
Likewise, participants who made contributions which others could not agree were objectively true or false had their status downgraded.
Likewise, celebrities don't usually possess any political power but are familiar to many of the world's citizens, and therefore possess social status.
Likewise, its citizens had no special political rights or privileges ; the resident of Chinese cities never constituted a separate status class like the residents of European cities.
Likewise, the Faroes were incorporated into the Kingdom in the eighteenth century, with the status of a county, and then given home rule in 1948.
Likewise and women
Likewise, it is recommended that women at a mosque wear loose clothing that covers to the wrists and ankles, and cover their heads with a hijab or other covering.
Likewise, Eusebius hints to the fact that Paul was " too familiar " with his women followers, whom he called " subintroductae ".
Likewise, women have historically been and still are in some countries formally denied access to higher education — even if they could pay the tuition.
Likewise, just because it is sensible not to bother with addressing a man's right to receive an abortion, does not mean that only women should be protected from torture.
Likewise, the testimony of women, Muslim or non-Muslim, is not admissible in cases involving Hadd punishments.
Likewise, women in Japan frequently practice ansei, or peace and quiet, for a period of time after giving birth for the purpose of recuperating.
Likewise, women were considered to be particularly attracted to both wakashū and onnagata, and it was assumed that these young men would reciprocate that interest.
Likewise Mahfouz sees the development of society has an important influence on the role of women, so he represents the traditional, obedient women who do not go to school such as Amina, Abd al-Jawad's wife, and her daughters in the first novel, women as students in the university such as Aida, Kamal's beloved, in the second novel, and women as students in the university, members of the Marxist party and editors of the journal of the party in the third novel.
Likewise, in the American classic novel Gone with the Wind about the Civil War, numerous references are made to grieving fiancées, women who were " wanted, if not wed ," and to the shortage of single, able-bodied ( and thus " marriageable ") men at war's end.
Likewise the indicative suffix is when addressing men and when addressing women, and also for imperatives: ( male ), ( female ).
Likewise, in studies of the speech patterns in British English, Peter Trudgill observed that more working class women spoke the standard dialect than men.
Likewise other mass graves were exhumed in the villages of Aloa, Sandalaris and Maratha containing women and children ( Maratha, Santalaris and Aloda massacre ).
Likewise, if the local bishop has participated in the ordination of women as priests, a parish can request to be under the pastoral and sacramental care of another bishop who has not participated in such ordinations.
Likewise and seems
Likewise, the 20th century historian Zoltan J. Kosztolnyik states that " it seems more than unlikely that Rome would have acted in fulfilling Stephen's request for a crown without the support and approval of the emperor.
Likewise, it seems unlikely — as other readers have suggested — that the substitution was simply a typographical error.
Likewise, what we know of Roman horse-keeping activity seems to echo modern Malton ’ s continuing reputation as another Yorkshire town famous for racehorse breeding and training.
Likewise, Heaven is not completely pure, as Saint Peter seems to take pleasure in sending souls to limbo instead of through the Pearly Gates, as well as letting souls through that aren't completely pure.
Likewise and lower
Likewise, in Toronto, the Prince Edward Viaduct has five lanes of motor traffic, bicycle lanes, and sidewalks on its upper deck ; and a pair of tracks for the Bloor – Danforth subway line on its lower deck.
Likewise, because of the lower masses and the screened Coulomb interaction, the binding energy is usually much less than that of a hydrogen atom, typically on the order of.
Likewise Country A, a perfectly state capitalist country with a planned economy with very low average per capita income would receive a higher score for having lower income inequality than Country B with a higher income inequality, even if the bottom of Country B's population distribution had a higher per capita income than Country A.
Likewise, the design tools used for structured ASIC can be substantially lower cost and easier ( faster ) to use than cell-based tools, because they do not have to perform all the functions that cell-based tools do.
Likewise, on the London Underground some stations are served by both District Line and Piccadilly Line trains, and the Piccadilly trains have lower floors.
Likewise, some law students choose lower ranked schools due to their inability to get into higher ranked schools because of low LSAT scores and GPA, and then transfer to the better schools after their first year of study, provided that they received good grades in the first year of law school.
Likewise, sellers who indicated a lower willingness-to-accept than the randomly drawn price sold the good and vice versa.
Likewise, if GDP is below natural GDP, inflation will decelerate as suppliers lower prices to fill their excess production capacity.
Likewise, GameRankings gives The Lost Age an 87 % overall rating, slightly lower than Golden Sun's 90 %.
Likewise, in many cases of attainder, the king could coerce the parliament into approving the attainder and there would be a lower or non-existent burden of proof ( evidence ) than there would be in court.