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Some years ago Julian Huxley proposed to an audience made up of members of the British Association for the Advancement of Science that `` man's supernormal or extra-sensory faculties are ( now ) in the same case as were his mathematical faculties during the ice age ''.
Some members of the organization called attention also to the article on hymns of inspiration, the Daily Prayer and Three Minutes A Day, as being very helpful.
Some faculty members and many administrators oppose faculty review groups because they either repeat department's actions or act pro forma.
Some members of the bee family have become idlers, social parasites that live at the expense of their hardworking relatives.
Some members of the genera Ambystoma and Dicamptodon have larvae that never fully develop into the adult form but this varies with species and with populations.
Some members provide products including cooking oils, lettuce, sunflower seeds, artichokes, sweetening agents, coffee substitutes and teas.
Some scholars have speculated that members of the Alemannic elite such as king Gibuld due to Visigothic influence may have been converted to Arianism even in the later 5th century.
) Some observers argue that, while academicians often perceive themselves as members of an elite, their influence is mostly imaginary: " Professors of humanities, with all their leftist fantasies, have little direct knowledge of American life and no impact whatever on public policy.
Some ANC members were upset by the actions of the MK, and refused to accept violence as necessary for the ending of Apartheid, but these individuals became a minority as the militant leaders such as Nelson Mandela gained significant popularity.
Some members of the Council, such as Pedrizzi and Mantovano were described as members of an unofficial Catholic Right faction.
Some bar associations are responsible for the regulation of the legal profession in their jurisdiction ; others are professional organizations dedicated to serving their members ; in many cases, they are both
Some members of the laurel family, as well as the unrelated but visually similar mountain laurel and cherry laurel, have leaves that are poisonous to humans and livestock.
Some even provided gateways, such as UFGATE, by which members could send / receive e-mail to / from the Internet via UUCP, and many FidoNet discussion groups were shared via Usenet.
Some extinct members of the crocodilian line, a sister group to the dinosaurs and birds, also evolved bipedal forms-a crocodile relative from the triassic, Effigia okeeffeae, is believed to be bipedal.
Some sponsoring agencies use Citizen Corps grant funds to purchase response tools and equipment for their members and team ( s ) ( subject to Stafford Act limitations ).
Some delegates objected to the establishment of the Politburo, and in response, the Politburo became responsible to the Central Committee, and Central Committee members could participate in Politburo sessions with a consultative voice, but could not vote unless they were members.
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Some family support did arrive in the form of Baldwin V's paternal grandfather, William V (" the Elder "), Marquess of Montferrat, who established himself in the castle of St Elias.
Some outstanding poets of this century are Juan de Mena and Íñigo López de Mendoza ( Marquess of Santillana ).
Some " Ascendancy " land-owning families like the Marquess of Headfort and the Earl of Granard had by then converted to Catholicism, and a considerable number of Protestant Nationalists had already taken their part in Irish history.
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Some services also call at Kirkwall, Orkney, which increases the journey time between Aberdeen and Lerwick by 2 hours.
Some of these echo the existing architecture of Old Aberdeen, such as the Fraser Noble Building with its distinctive concrete crown designed to resemble the one adorning King's College.
While pregnant with her second child, Sheila Macintyre stopped teaching but continued work on a thesis on Some problems in interpolatory function theory and received her PhD from Aberdeen in 1947.
Some cinemas ( including those in Aberdeen, Birkenhead, Camberley, Cardiff, Carlisle, Cwmbran, Hull Princes Quay, Lancaster, The Leeds Light, Hartlepool, Merthyr, Harrow, Northampton and Swansea ) have no dedicated box office, meaning that all transactions are carried out at the retail stand.
Some of these are so different that they have been identified as effectively distinct liturgies, such as those of Hereford, York, Bangor, and Aberdeen.
Some famous players to have played for the team are Drew Jarvie ( Airdrieonians, Aberdeen, St. Mirren ), William Wallace ( Heart of Midlothian, Celtic ), Frank McGarvey ( St. Mirren, Liverpool, Celtic ), David Stewart ( Leeds United ), Pat McMahon ( Celtic, Aston Villa ), George Mulhall ( Aberdeen, Sunderland ), Jim Storrie ( Airdrieonians, Aberdeen, Leeds United ), Gary McStay ( Falkirk ) plus many more.
He holds a BSc in Geography, submajoring in moral philosophy and psychology from the University of Aberdeen ( 1977 ), a financial MBA from the University of Edinburgh ( 1981 ), and in 2008 the Academy of Irish Cultural Heritages ( of which he is a Visiting Fellow ) at the University of Ulster approved the award of PhD by Published Work based on Soil and Soul and twelve supporting publications presented with a short linking thesis, ' Some Contributions of Liberation Theology to Community Empowerment in Scottish Land Reform 1991-2003 '.
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Some of these games involve players betting against each other, such as poker, while in others, like blackjack, players wager against the house.
Some jurisdictions classify as violent certain property crimes involving a strong likelihood of psychological trauma to the property owner ; for example, Virginia treats both common-law burglary ( the breaking and entering of a dwelling house at night with the intent to commit larceny, assault and battery, or any felony therein ) and statutory burglary ( breaking and entering with further criminal intent but without the dwelling-house or time elements, such that the definition applies to break-ins at any time and of businesses as well as of dwelling houses ) as felonies.
Some people, including Aubrey, consider these two contiguous, possibly coincidental events as related and causative of his death: " The Snow so chilled him that he immediately fell so extremely ill, that he could not return to his Lodging ... but went to the Earle of Arundel's house at Highgate, where they put him into ... a damp bed that had not been layn-in ... which gave him such a cold that in 2 or 3 days as I remember Mr Hobbes told me, he died of Suffocation.
The first reference to the incendiary properties of such mixtures is the passage of the Zhenyuan miaodao yaolüe, a Taoist text tentatively dated to the mid-9th century AD: " Some have heated together sulfur, realgar and saltpeter with honey ; smoke and flames result, so that their hands and faces have been burnt, and even the whole house where they were working burned down.
Some people credit the band Bauhaus ' first single " Bela Lugosi's Dead ", released August 1979, with the start of the goth subculture, though many prior art house movements influenced gothic fashion and style, the illustrations and paintings of Swiss artist, H. R. Giger being one of the earliest.
Some of the targets were the Kabul International Airport, Serena Hotel, Kabul City Center, Inter-Continental Hotel, UN guest house, the Presidential palace, Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Justice, Indian Embassy, Afghan National Police stations, supermarkets, residence of Burhanuddin Rabbani and other top Afghan officials.
Some of the smaller European states were not so ethnically diverse, but were also dynastic states, ruled by a royal house.
Some players use a house rule that if a player receives a hand with an abundance of nines ( variously, " a hand of 6 nines, or 5 nines and no meld ", or " 4 nines and no Aces, or 5 nines and only one Ace ", for example ), they can toss in their hand and declare a misdeal ; the cards are then re-dealt by the same dealer.
Some enthusiasts go to extremes: Cisco Systems founders Sandra Lerner and Len Bosack created a foundation that bought a Regency-era country house once owned by Jane Austen's brother.
Some time later she came to his house, and mentioned to Tricky and Mark Stewart that she could sing.
Some organizations around the US sponsor a " Trunk-or-Treat " on Halloween night ( or on occasion, a day immediately preceding Halloween ), where trick-or-treating is done from parked car to parked car in a local parking lot, often at a church house.
Some traditions also hold that a vampire cannot enter a house unless invited by the owner, although after the first invitation they can come and go as they please.
Some tips are for ludicrous motives, such as " how to convince neighbours that your house has dry rot ", while others are for ostensibly sensible motives but with ridiculous and impractical suggestions for their application:
Some have heated together sulfur, realgar and saltpeter with honey ; smoke and flames result, so that their hands and faces have been burnt, and even the whole house where they were working burned down.
Some languages have no marker for the plural in certain cases, e. g. Swedish hus --" house, houses " ( but huset --" the house ", husen --" the houses ").
Some users add a subwoofer because high levels of low bass are desired, even beyond what is in the original recording, as in the case of house music enthusiasts.
Some other interesting buildings are the town hall ( Stadhuis ), a 16th-century building that was badly damaged by a fire in 1929 but has its Renaissance façade designed by Lieven de Key still standing ; the Gemeenlandshuis van Rijnland ( 1596, restored in 1878 ); De Waag ( weigh house in Dutch ), built by Pieter Post ; the former court-house ( Gerecht ); a corn-grinding windmill, now home to a museum ( Molen de Valk ) ( 1743 ); the old gymnasium ( Latijnse School ) ( 1599 ) and the city carpenter's yard and wharf ( Stadstimmerwerf ) ( 1612 ), both built by Lieven de Key ( c. 1560 – 1627 ).
Some of the reporters camped in front of Condit's Washington apartment house were quoted as saying that they would remain there " until he resigns.