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In a 1973 revision of his compendium of essays, Profiles of the Future, Clarke acknowledged the Second Law and proposed the Third in order to round out the number, adding " As three laws were good enough for Newton, I have modestly decided to stop there ".
Stafford has also explored the Gloranthan setting in the fantasy novel King of Sartar and a number of extended essays known collectively as " the Stafford Library ".
Although Chapman was the named editor, it was Evans who did most of the work in running the journal, contributing many essays and reviews, from the January 1852 number until the dissolution of her arrangement with Chapman in the first half of 1854.
They were replaced with a number of approaches, of which the most important is the governmental interests analysis pioneered by law professor Brainerd Currie in a landmark series of essays.
New essays continued to appear in the newspapers ; Federalist No. 77 was the last number to appear first in that form, on April 2.
Hopkins wished as well that " the name of the writer should be prefixed to each number ," but at this point Hamilton insisted that this was not to be, and the division of the essays among the three authors remained a secret.
Separate ratification proceedings took place in each state, and the essays were not reliably reprinted outside of New York ; furthermore, by the time the series was well underway, a number of important states had already ratified it, for instance Pennsylvania on December 12.
Nankai preserves a number of essays and articles written by Zhou at this time, and these reflect the discipline, training, and concern for country that Nankai's founders attempted to instill in their students.
Derrida's book reconnects in a number of respects with his long engagement of Heidegger ( such as " The Ends of Man " in Margins of Philosophy and the essays marked under the heading Geschlecht ).
Long-time contributor John Zerzan published his seminal essays on time, language, art, number and agriculture in the magazine.
Jones wrote a number of essays on art, literature, religion and history.
The courage displayed by Samwise Gamgee on his journey with Frodo, his subjection to dangers and the preparedness to die out of loyalty for Frodo is the kind of spirit that was praised by Tolkien in a number of essays on the Old English poem " The Battle of Maldon ".
Over the next few years, Kilmer was prolific in his output — managing an intense schedule of lectures, publishing a large number of essays and literary criticism, and writing poetry.
This work helped inspire Virtual History: Alternatives and Counterfactuals ( 1997 ), a collection of essays exploring different scenarios by a number of historians, edited by the historian Niall Ferguson.
He also published a number of essays and two important but unfinished novels, La Vie de Marianne and Le Paysan parvenu.
), in which he published a large number of prose essays and poems.
In addition to composing and teaching, Xenakis also authored a number of articles and essays on music.
He became the first Indian Prince to be offered a seat in the Viceroy's Executive Council and also authored a number of books and essays.
During this time, Kästner wrote a number of skits, songs, audio plays, speeches, and essays about National Socialism, World War II, and the stark realities of destroyed post-war Germany.
His writings include a number of essays contributed to the Edinburgh Review from 1804 onwards, various papers in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society ( including his earliest publication, " On the Arithmetic of Impossible Quantities ", 1779, and an " Account of the Lithological Survey of Schehallion ", 1811 ) and in the Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (" On the Causes which Affect the Accuracy of Barometrical Measurements " and others ), the articles " Aepinus " and " Physical Astronomy ", and a " Dissertation on the Progress of Mathematical and Physical Science since the Revival of Learning in Europe " in the Encyclopædia Britannica ( Supplement to fourth, fifth and sixth editions ).
He published at various times valuable contributions towards a history of rationalism -- Vorgeschichte des Rationalismus ( 1853 – 1862 ), Geschichte des Rationalismus ( 1865 ), and a number of essays connected with the history of theology and especially of apologetics.
While in prison, he wrote a number of philosophical and political essays, first published in Ramparts magazine and then in book form as Soul on Ice.
Hahnemann wrote a number of books, essays, and letters on the homeopathic method, chemistry, and general medicine:
D. H. Lawrence stayed here at the Fontana Vecchia from 1920 to 1922, and wrote a number of his poems, novels, short stories, and essays, and a travel book, Sea and Sardinia.
An edition of his works, in three volumes, ( apart from the History of England ) was published in 1846, containing his ethical and historical dissertations, a number of essays on political and literary topics, reviews, and other contributions to periodical publications, and speeches on a variety of subjects delivered at the bar and in parliament.

number and Examiner
The Sun, like most legacy newspapers in the United States, has suffered a number of setbacks of late, including a decline in readership, a shrinking newsroom, and competition from a new free daily, The Baltimore Examiner, which has ceased publication.
These rumors also reached the press box where a number of correspondents, including Hugh Fullerton of the Chicago Herald and Examiner and ex-player and manager Christy Mathewson, resolved to compare notes on any plays and players that they felt were questionable.
** The Washington Examiner, which was spun off from a number of D. C. area suburban dailies.
The cortege comprised a very large number of followers according to a report in The Examiner.
The " Palo Alto Daily News model " has been copied a number of times over the years, including by four San Francisco Bay Area publications — the San Francisco Examiner, the San Mateo Daily Journal, the Berkeley Daily Planet ( which opened in 1999 and folded in 2001 and was reopened as a twice-a-week paper by new owners in 2004 ) and the Contra Costa Examiner ( which opened and closed in 2004 ).

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In the past, the duties of the state, as Sir Henry Maine noted long ago, were only two in number: internal order and external security.
Though Catherine was vexed at the number of French officers streaming to the Turkish standard, there were several under her own, such as the Prince De Nassau ; ;
The CTCA distributed a khaki-bound songbook that provided the impetus for spirited renditions of the selections found therein, plus a number of others whose lyrics were more earthy -- from `` Johnny Get Your Gun '' to `` Keep The Home Fires Burning '' to `` Mademoiselle From Armentieres ''.
The editorial was based on a news association dispatch which said that the telegraphers had secured an agreement whereby they were guaranteed 40 hours' pay per week whether they worked or not and that a reduction in their number was limited to 2 per cent per year.
the halls were empty and they passed down the stairs to number nine and listened at the door.
Although there were no startling developments in shotgun design this year, a number of new models and variations of existing models did hit the market.
In order to reduce the number of variable parameters, all experiments were made with a constant arc length of 0.5'' '' and a current of 100 Aj.
These were increased both in number and in size, contained prominent nucleoli, and were distributed throughout the fiber ( Figs. 2 - 5 ).
For example, we are interested in the number of bull's-eyes, not which shots were bull's-eyes.
The reason for the value of this procedure was simply that the applicants were tested `` at work '' in different situations by the judgment of a number of experts who could see how the salesmen conducted themselves with different, but typical restaurant owners and managers.
Essentially this imposed two conditions: First, international law had to recognize and be compatible with an international political system in which a number of states were competitive, suspicious, and opportunistic in their political alignments with one another ; ;
There were two methods that could have been used for conducting the study within the resources available: ( 1 ) interviews in depth with a few selected companies, and ( 2 ) the more limited interrogation of a large number of companies by means of a mail questionnaire.
Word reached the company that the man behind these depredations was Manuel Gonzales, a man with many followers, including a number who were kept in line through fear of him.
Occasionally they heard gun-shot signals and a number of horsemen were sighted on the hills, disappearing at the posse's approach.
If we thus spent our very first day in the midst of a large number of your people honoring a new hero and a great national achievement, our last day, to us at least, was equally impressive and very moving, even though the crowds were absent and there was almost complete silence.
We were to discover, in fact, that quite a number of people share with us the impression that, in contrast to other Soviet regions, Moscow's atmosphere is depressingly subdued and official.
If all the operating variables were varied simultaneously, Af operations would be required to do the same job, and as R increases this increases very much more rapidly than the number of operations required by the dynamic program.
These 1750 cases were carted off in a one-night operation by the O'Banion men, who left in their stead the same number of barrels filled with water.
Future commencements were more decorous perhaps, but the number of graduates increased from the original four at a relatively slow pace.
but when a large number were `` bunched up '' or `` banded up '', and marched away from their home range, as long as they stayed together the group was said to be a `` drift ''.
As the lights came up, Andy could see that a number of patrons were already on their way toward the exit.
Among them were a number of newsmen, including Henry Raymont, of United Press International, and Robert Berrellez, of Associated Press.
Other witnesses, after appearances before the jury, which reportedly is probing into possible income tax violations, disclosed that government prosecutors were attempting to connect Stein and his company with a number of gangsters, including Glimco and Alex.
Let us look at the heavy-electrical-goods industry in which General Electric, Westinghouse and a number of other manufacturers were recently convicted of engaging in a conspiracy to rig prices and allocate the market.

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