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* Other critics of Eusebius ' work cite the panegyrical tone of the Vita, plus the omission of internal Christian conflicts in the Canones, as reasons to interpret his writing with caution.
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Other and critics
Other critics and medical experts have suggested that Dianetic auditing is a form of hypnosis, although the Church of Scientology has strongly denied that hypnosis forms any part of Dianetics.
" Other critics of the FAO data point out that they do not distinguish between forest types, and that they are based largely on reporting from forestry departments of individual countries, which do not take into account unofficial activities like illegal logging.
Other critics argue that the DSM represents an unscientific system that enshrines the opinions of a few powerful psychiatrists.
Other poets from whom critics believe Thomas drew influence include James Joyce, Arthur Rimbaud and D. H. Lawrence.
Other critics treat film noir as a " mood ", characterize it as a " series ", or simply address a chosen set of films they regard as belonging to the noir " canon ".
Other critics assert that the novel creates a realistic and vibrant story, idealizing neither the past nor its main character.
Other critics argue that insider trading is a victimless act: A willing buyer and a willing seller agree to trade property which the seller rightfully owns, with no prior contract ( according to this view ) having been made between the parties to refrain from trading if there is asymmetric information.
Other critics take a different approach, pointing to experimental evidence that they believe falsifies the argument for Intelligent Design from irreducible complexity.
Other prominent critics included the writers Heinrich Böll and Günter Grass ( in 1966, Grass had written an open letter urging Kiesinger not to accept the chancellorship ).
Other critics like Dave Kehr of the Chicago Reader said " the acting and editing have such original, tumultuous force that the picture is completely gripping ".
Other critics claim, however, that Nanosystems omits important chemical details about the low-level ' machine language ' of molecular nanotechnology.
Other critics interpret the passage to mean that the courtly writers and their works are known within courtly circles, but not to the general public.
Other critics of radical feminism from the political left, including socialist feminists, strongly disagree with the radical feminist position that the oppression of women is fundamental to all other forms of oppression ; these critics hold that issues of race and of class are as important or more important than issues about gender.
Other critics note that men, who would contemporarily be perceived as " Korean " and " Chinese ", are enshrined for the military actions they effected as Japanese Imperial subjects.
Other critics and filmmakers hailed the originality of its unique rapid editing style, created for the first time in this film and ultimately becoming a Peckinpah trademark, and praised the reworking of traditional Western themes.
Other critics of the Freudian unconscious are David Stannard, Richard Webster, and Ethan Watters and Richard Ofshe.
Other critics have likewise noted his " strong commitment to the social and social psychological — rather than the purely political — implications of drama ".
Other critics emphasize close relation of communitarianism to neoliberalism and new policies of dismantling the welfare state institutions through development of the third sector.
Other critics of Kellermann's work and its use by advocates of gun control point out that since it deliberately ignores crimes of violence occurring outside the home ( Kellermann states at the outset that the characteristics of such homicides are much more complex and ambiguous, and would be virtually impossible to classify rigorously enough ), it is more directly a study of domestic violence than of gun ownership.
Other critics hoped that Sesame Street, with its depiction of a functioning, multicultural community, would nurture racial tolerance in its young viewers.
Other critics, such as Roger Cukierman of the Representative Council of French Jewish Institutions did not attack the party as a whole, but rather its anti-Zionist wing, claiming that it promoted a " brown-green alliance ".
Other and Eusebius
Other sources attribute the early work to Hegesippus and Irenaeus, having been continued by Eusebius of Caesarea.
Other sources, such as the Life of Polycarp or excerpts from Tertullian and Eusebius of Caesarea are considered largely unhistorical or based on previous material.
Other fragments from Manetho ( Eusebius, George Syncellus and preserved in Felix Jacoby's FGrH ), however, list different dates.
Other sources are given in the epilogue as an " antigraph of Jerome, the martyrology of Eusebius " and " Ireland's host of books.
Other known bishops include Eusebius, an Arian, and Bizus in the fourth century, with twelve others cited by Le Quien ( Oriens Christianus, II, 777-780 ).
Other and work
* That ethnographic work was often ahistorical, writing about people as if they were " out of time " in an " ethnographic present " ( Johannes Fabian, Time and Its Other ).
Other actions may be selected by the student, tailored to their interests or work activities such as hobbies, computer use, lifting, driving or performance in acting, sports, speech or music.
His first major published work was in 1911, Cowboy Songs and Other Frontier Ballads, and was arguably the most prominent US folk music scholar of his time, notably during the beginnings of the folk music revival in the 1930s and early 1940s.
Will Eisner popularized the term " graphic novel " when he used it on the cover of the paperback edition of his work A Contract with God, and Other Tenement Stories in 1978.
Other professional certifications include certifications such as medical licenses, Membership of the Royal College of Physicians, nursing board certification, diplomas in social work.
Other manufacturers and the aviation press widely ridiculed and spoofed many of these marketing terms but between Cessna ’ s designers producing a product the flying public wanted and the work of the marketing department, Cessna built and sold more aircraft than any other manufacturer during the boom years of the 1960s and 1970s.
Other industries include fishing, fish canning, sawmills, furniture production, building materials, glass, textiles, electronics, leather work, processed food, spirits, soft drinks, and cigarettes.
Other literary portrayals of planned economies were Yevgeny Zamyatin's We, which was an influence on Orwell's work.
Other important aspects of a Sikh's life include Sewa ( dedication to the service of God's creation ) where the emphasis is often upon manual work, undertaking of goodwill towards other faiths and their followers, to defend for justice and assistance of the oppressed.
Other fixed earning rules such as a 25 / 75 rule or 20 / 80 rule are gaining favor, because they assign more weight to finishing work than for starting it, but they also motivate the project team to identify when an element of work is started, which can improve awareness of work-in-progress.
Other translations include Erich Prokosch's nearly complete German translations of the tenth volume, the 2004 introductory work entitled The World of Evliya Çelebi: An Ottoman Mentality written by University of Chicago professor Robert Dankoff, and Dankoff and Sooyong Kim's 2010 translation of select excerpts of the ten volumes An Ottoman Traveller: Selections from the Book of Travels of Evliya Çelebi.
But he was precocious and Mr Wallington at Baling encouraged him to publish, at the age of fifteen, an immature work, Ishmael and Other Poems.
Other historians assert that it derives from the valve bugle designed by Michael Saurle ( father ) in Munich in 1832 ( Royal Bavarian privilege for a " chromatic Flügelhorn " 1832 ), which predates Adolphe Sax's work.
Other companies, both independents and members of the MPPC, then sent units to work there in the summer to take advantage of the sunshine and scenery.
Other town like Jeremie are still being access mostly by ferry, thanks to the construction of RN7, finally the population of grand Anse will dare to defy “ Fanm Pa dra ” a Narrow and stip hill, curve build during the American occupation, which was very dangerous and in some part of this road people had to come out of the Bus and work behind it up to 5 km.
Other historians say the " Tudor Revolution " really extended to the end of Elizabeth's reign, when the work was all consolidated.
For most of the 20th century, the definitive editions ( specifically At the Mountains of Madness and Other Novels, Dagon and Other Macabre Tales, The Dunwich Horror and Others, and The Horror in the Museum and Other Revisions ) of his prose fiction were published by Arkham House, a publisher originally started with the intent of publishing the work of Lovecraft, but which has since published a considerable amount of other literature as well.