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* Most notably, the rights to four Paramount films directed by Alfred Hitchcock – Rear Window ( 1954 ), The Trouble With Harry ( 1956 ), The Man Who Knew Too Much ( 1956 ), and Vertigo ( 1958 ) were owned by the director himself.
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Most notably are the characters of Dr. Eric Leidner in Murder in Mesopotamia, Signor Richetti in Death on the Nile, and many minor characters in They Came to Baghdad were archaeologists.
Most notably, Ajax is not wounded in any of the battles described in the Iliad, and he is the only principal character on either side who does not receive personal assistance from any of the gods who take part in the battles.
Most notably, Carnegie believed that the future leaders of society would rise from the ranks the poor.
( Most notably, in the case Li v. Yellow Cab Co., 13 Cal. 3d 804 ( 1975 ), the California Supreme Court adopted the principle of comparative negligence in the face of a California Civil Code provision codifying the traditional common-law doctrine of contributory negligence.
* Trinidad and Tobago: Most notably curried chicken, goat, beef ( eaten by Muslims and Christians ) shrimp, and curry aloo
Most notably, they traded with the Pittsburgh Pirates for outfielder Kenny Lofton and third baseman Aramis Ramirez, and rode dominant pitching, led by Kerry Wood and Mark Prior, as the Cubs led the division down the stretch.
Most notably, the Commonwealth of Nations, an association primarily of former members of the British Empire, is often referred to as simply " the Commonwealth ".
Most notably, the theory has legitimized the entry of private business owners and quasi -" bourgeois " elements into the party.
Most Compaq products have been re-branded with the HP nameplate, such as the company's market leading ProLiant server line, while the Compaq brand remains on only some consumer-oriented and budget products, notably Compaq Presario PCs.
Most notably, the 1978 comedy film National Lampoon's Animal House was co-written by Chris Miller ' 63, and is based loosely on a series of stories he wrote about his fraternity days at Dartmouth.
Most notably, from 1995 to 1998, ownership of EVM criteria ( reduced to 32 ) was transferred to industry by adoption of ANSI EIA 748-A standard.
Most notably, he wrote Poème Électronique for the Phillips pavilion at the Brussels World Fair in 1958.
Most notably, in Round 15 against, the Bombers jumped the Saints early by kicking the first 16 points of the match and led for the majority of the match, only to lose the lead by halfway through the final quarter, and ultimately the match by just three points.
Most notably were the Second Edition adventure module GW5 " Rapture of the Deep " and the conclusion to the metaplot storyline put forth in Kim Eastland's Third Edition module series ( GW6-10 ).
Most notably, gerrymandering is particularly effective in non-proportional systems that tend towards fewer parties, such as first past the post.
Most presidents in such countries are selected by democratic means ( popular direct or indirect election ); however, like all other systems, the presidential model also encompasses people who become head of state by other means, notably through military dictatorship or coup d ' état, as often seen in Latin American, Middle Eastern and other presidential regimes.
Most notably in " The Colour Out of Space ", the inability of science to comprehend a contaminated meteorite leads to horror.
Most common interest in hair is focused on hair growth, hair types and hair care, but hair is also an important biomaterial primarily composed of protein, notably keratin.
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Most of Sakharov's friends in the human rights movement failed to appreciate the motivation for his hunger strikes and blamed Bonner for his sufferings.
Most jurisdictions recognize copyright limitations, allowing " fair " exceptions to the creator's exclusivity of copyright, and giving users certain rights.
Most jurisdictions, like the United States and France, have a codified constitution, with a bill of rights.
Most proxies for " grievance "-the theory that civil wars begin because of issues of identity, rather than economics-were statistically insignificant, including economic equality, political rights, ethnic polarization and religious fractionalization.
Most of these lines are elevated on disused railway viaducts or new concrete viaducts, with some use of disused surface-level railway rights of way.
Most Agorists consider that property rights are natural rights deriving from the primary right of self-ownership.
Most international human rights organizations, such as Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International, condemn laws that make homosexual relations between consenting adults a crime.
Most broadly and concisely, property in the legal sense refers to the rights of people in or over certain objects or things.
Most countries have laws regarding trespassing and property rights also determine the right of physical privacy.
Most Muslim countries have signed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other human rights agreements.
Most civil rights movements relied on the technique of civil resistance, using nonviolent methods of struggle, to achieve their aims.
" Yet as late as 1934, there was still no regularly scheduled newscast on network radio: " Most sponsors did not want network news programming ; those that did were inclined to expect veto rights over it.
Most of these states achieved independence during the following three decades without great difficulty, though in some regimes, the colonial legacy continued through the granting of exclusive rights to market / manufacture oil and maintain troops to defend it.
Most historic notions of rights were authoritarian and hierarchical, with different people being granted different rights, and some having more rights than others.
Most pride events occur annually and many take place around June to commemorate the Stonewall riots, a pivotal moment in the modern LGBT rights movement.
Most U. S. Supreme Court reviews of state court decisions involve review of the constitutional rights of state court criminal defendants.
Most campaigns for social change — notably those seeking suffrage, improved working conditions, civil rights, abortion rights or an end to abortion, an end to gentrification, and environmental protection — claim to employ at least some types of violent or nonviolent direct action.
Most recently, the Morgan State University Choir performed for the service honoring Rosa Parks, the unassuming matriarch of the civil rights movement, who became the first woman to lie in state at our nation ’ s Capitol Rotunda.