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* The native is the subject of the event ( a birth, for example ) being charted at a particular time and place, and is considered to be at the centre of the celestial sphere.
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On the other hand, the consensus of opinion is that, used with caution and in conjunction with other types of evidence, the native sources still provide a valid rough outline for the English settlement of southern Britain.
In the main stream of historical thinking is a group of scholars, H.M. Chadwick, R.H. Hodgkin, Sir Frank Stenton et al. who are in varying degrees sceptical of the native traditions of the conquest but who defend the catastrophic type of invasion suggested by them.
He is a native of New Orleans and attended Allen Elementary school, Fortier High school and Soule business college.
The Ireland we usually hear about in the theater is a place of bitter political or domestic unrest, lightened occasionally with flashes of native wit and charm.
Songs from China and Japan were reserved exclusively for Miss Mao, who is a native of China, and those of the British Isles were sung by Mr. Fuller, who is English by birth.
The most widely spoken Afroasiatic language is Arabic ( including all its colloquial varieties ), with 230 million native speakers, spoken mostly in the Middle East and North Africa.
The aardwolf ( Proteles cristata ) is a small, insectivorous mammal, native to East Africa and Southern Africa.
For most speakers ( even native speakers ), this form of the language is generally difficult to understand, as it contains many highly specialised terms for diplomatic, internal, official, and military matters.
Many contemporary Pueblo peoples object to the use of the term Anasazi, although there is still controversy among them on a native alternative.
Iron is usually found as iron ore on Earth, except for one deposit of native iron in Greenland, which was used by the Inuit people.
In modern English, " Americans " generally refers to residents of the United States, and among native speakers of English this usage is almost universal, with any other use of the term requiring specification of the subject under discussion.
The largest species are red alder ( A. rubra ) on the west coast of North America, and black alder ( A. glutinosa ), native to most of Europe and widely introduced elsewhere, both reaching over 30 m. By contrast, the widespread Alnus viridis ( green alder ) is rarely more than a 5 m tall shrub.
The genus is native to Africa, and is common in the Cape Province, the mountains of tropical Africa, the islands of Africa including Madagascar, and the Arabian Peninsula.
The better known of the two, Amaryllis belladonna, is a native of South Africa, particularly the rocky southwest region near the Cape.
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Though the subject -- segregation in her native South -- has been thoroughly worked, Miss McCullers uses her poet's instinct and storyteller's skill to reaffirm her place at the very top of modern American writing.
The first of the modern review articles on the subject ( MacKie 1965 ) did not, as is commonly believed, propose that brochs were built by immigrants, but rather that a hybrid culture of a small number of immigrants with the native population of the Hebrides produced them in the first century BC, basing them on earlier, simpler promontory forts.
Moreover, like all natural language based IALs, Basic is subject to criticism as unfairly biased towards the native speaker community.
In English, the words Daoism and Taoism ( or ) are the subject of an ongoing controversy over the preferred romanization for naming this native Chinese philosophy and Chinese religion.
The Deutsche Filmakademie was founded in 2003 in Berlin and aims to provide native filmmakers a forum for discussion and a way to promote the reputation of German cinema through publications, presentations, discussions and regular promotion of the subject in the schools.
Pherecydes, native to the Aegean, wrote that the island was occupied by the Leleges, aboriginal Greeks themselves reported to be subject to the Minoans on Crete.
Crown Prince Alexander II was born in London but on property temporarily recognised by the United Kingdom's government as subject to the sovereignty of the Yugoslav crown, on which occasion it was publicly declared that the Crown Prince had been born on the native soil of the land he was expected to eventually rule.
On the East Coast, Latin artists such as the Beatnuts emerged in the early 1990s, with New Jersey native Chino XL earning recognition for his lyricism and equal controversy for his subject matter.
The majority rejected the traditional feudal development of the doctrine of tenure as inappropriate for Australia, and rather saw that upon acquisition of sovereignty the Crown acquired not an absolute but a radical title, and that title would be subject to native title rights where those rights had not been validly extinguished.
The native Irish, for example, while subject to the British crown, were opposed to the Anglican and dissenting churches, and almost all remained loyal to the Roman Catholic Church, suffering the same penalties as recusants in Great Britain, albeit exacerbated by various ethnic and other issues.
The National Parks Act goes on to state that the public will have freedom of entry and access to the parks, though this is subject to restrictions to ensure the preservation of native plants and animals and the welfare of the parks in general.
The Estatuto established a distinction between the " colonial citizens ", subject to the Portuguese laws and entitled to all citizenship rights and duties effective in the " metropole ", and the indigenas ( natives ), subjected to colonial legislation and, in their daily lives, to their customary, tribal native laws.
In 1944, the high commissioner both reconstituted the basis and role of the EAC, and, over Swazi objections, issued a Native Authorities Proclamation constituting the paramount chief or Ingwenyama and King to the Swazis, as the British called the king, as the native authority for the territory to issue legally enforceable orders to the Swazis subject to restrictions and directions from the resident commissioner.
It lacked deposits of gold or other precious metals, nor did it have established native civilizations to subject to the encomienda.
The Inuit captive, one of the first native North Americans known to have reached Europe, was put on circus-style display in England and became the subject of portraits, including one intended for Frobisher's sponsor, Queen Elizabeth I, before dying — probably of pneumonia or exposure to European disease — only weeks after arriving.
The Buddhist population mainly consists of Chinese and Vietnamese immigrants, with a substantial minority of native French converts and “ sympathizers .” The rising popularity of Buddhism in France has been the subject of considerable discussion in the French media and academy in recent years.
Nonetheless, Eakins found a subject which referenced his native city, an earlier Philadelphia artist, and allowed for an assay on the female nude seen from behind.
Conrad Neff, grandfather of our subject ( Theodore Neff ), a native of Maryland, with two brothers, John and George, started overland for Missouri in 1797.
That Edwin was able to take power not only in his native Deira, but also Bernicia, may have been due to his support from Raedwald, to whom he may have remained subject during the early part of his reign.
After performing a service for the Sultan ( resolving a local tribal conflict through the use of his schooner's guns and leading an organized assault on a small native river fort ), he is named governor of Sarawak, subject to the Sultan of Brunei.
In general, the success of these attempts has been subject to debate, as it is not clear they will ever become the common native language of a community of speakers.