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According to Richard Dawkins, a distinction between agnosticism and atheism is unwieldy and depends on how close to zero we are willing to rate the probability of existence for any given god-like entity.
According to Richard I. Pervo, " Townsend's methodologically adventurous but ultimately cautious essay is another valuable lesson in the danger of establishing the date of Acts – or any work – by arguing for the earliest possible time of origin.
According to Richard Dawkins in his book The Ancestor's Tale, chimps and bonobos may be descended from Australopithecus.
According to Bruce Campbell's autobiography, If Chins Could Kill, Richard acquired his stage name by combining his short name with his roommates ' names, Hal and Del.
According to Raoul Hausmann, Richard Huelsenbeck rejected the application because of Schwitters ' links to Der Sturm and to Expressionism in general, which was seen by the Dadaists as hopelessly romantic and obsessed with aesthetics.
According to Richard Garner and Bernard Rosen, there are three kinds of meta-ethical problems, or three general questions:
According to Richard Bartle, " People go there as part of a hero's journey — a means of self-discovery ".
According to Richard Kislan, " The shows of Rodgers and Hammerstein were the product of sincerity.
According to Richard Jeffrey, " Before the middle of the seventeenth century, the term ' probable ' ( Latin probabilis ) meant approvable, and was applied in that sense, univocally, to opinion and to action.
According to historian Richard P. McBrien, the view of Anastasius II as a traitor is unjust.
According to Kevin Phillips, author and political strategist to U. S. President Richard Nixon, the United States is a plutocracy in which there is a " fusion of money and government.
According to another tradition, Richard consulted a seer in the city of Leicester before the battle who foretold that " where your spur should strike on the ride into battle, your head shall be broken on the return.
According to William of Newburgh, in May 1198 Richard and the labourers working on the castle were drenched in a " rain of blood ".
According to one chronicler, Richard's last act of chivalry proved fruitless ; in an orgy of medieval brutality, the infamous mercenary captain Mercadier had the crossbowman flayed alive and hanged as soon as Richard died.
According to a Symbolics employee, the reason for the change in policy was Richard Stallman's making changes with which they disagreed, such as removing Symbolics ' copyright notices on Symbolics ' produced enhancements and transferring the resulting enhancements to the other commercial licensees, and at one point leaving the software in a state where it would not compile.
According to medieval scholar Richard Zeikowitz, the Green Knight represents a threat to homosocial friendship in his medieval world.
According to former President Richard M. Nixon's article, published in Foreign Affairs in 1967, Thailand had entered a period of rapid growth in 1958 with an averaged growth rate of 7 percent a year since then.
" According to Senator Richard Henry Lee, the primary purpose of the trial by jury in America was to protect the public from corrupt or aristocratic judges:
According to the working-class financial reformer Thomas Briggs, writing in the trade unionist newspaper The Bee-Hive, the manifesto relied on " a much higher authority than Mr. Gladstone ... viz., the late Richard Cobden ".
According to political scientist Richard F. Bensel in his study of the 1896 Democratic convention, " Although the silver men knew they would win this fight, they nonetheless needed someone to tell them — and the gold men — why they must enshrine silver at the heart of the platform.
According to historian Richard A. Fletcher, ' the number of Arabs who settled in Iberia was very small.
According to Harley, Thomas Byrd, the grandson of Richard Byrd of Ingatestone, Essex, likely moved to London in the 15th century.
According to biographer Richard Norton Smith, Dewey " loved Dapplemere as did no other place ", and Dewey was once quoted as saying that " I work like a horse five days and five nights a week for the privilege of getting to the country on the weekend.
According to his younger brother Graham Jenkins's 1988 book Richard Burton: My Brother, he smoked at least a hundred cigarettes a day.
According to Sir Richard C. Jebb, a British classical scholar, " the intercourse between Isaeus and Demosthenes as teacher and learner can scarcely have been either very intimate or of very long duration ".

According and Pankhurst
According to Richard Pankhurst, C. frutescens ( known as barbaré ) was so important to the national cuisine of Ethiopia, at least as early as the 19th century, " that it was cultivated extensively in the warmer areas wherever the soil was suitable.
According to Richard Pankhurst, Gelawdewos ' Confession helped his fellow Ethiopian Christians to remain " steadfast in their adherence to Sabbath observance, circumcision, and the prohibition against pork and other ' unclean ' foods.
According to Richard Pankhurst, by the mid-1930s boats sailed twice a month during the rainy season, taking seven days downstream and eleven upstream.
According to Richard Pankhurst, C. frutescens ( known as barbaré ) was so important to the national cuisine of Ethiopia, at least as early as the 19th century, " that it was cultivated extensively in the warmer areas wherever the soil was suitable.
According to Richard Pankhurst, Kedus Harbe tried to break the hold of Egypt on the Ethiopian Church by increasing the number of bishops ordained in his country to seven.

According and derives
According to the " two sense " view of existence, which derives from Alexius Meinong, existential statements fall into two classes.
According to Den Store Danske Encyklopædi and Nudansk Ordbog, the name derives from the Dutch words kat ( cat ) and gat ( hole, gate ).
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the noun derives from a verb to kilt, originally meaning " to gird up ; to tuck up ( the skirts ) round the body ", which is apparently of Scandinavian origin.
According to Merriam-Webster and the Online Etymology Dictionary, the word " molecule " derives from the Latin " moles " or small unit of mass.
According to the traditional etymology the Slavic name derives from the Germanic ethnonym Silingi.
According to folk etymology, the area of Warmia is named after the legendary Prussian chief Warmo, whereas the name Ermland derives from his widow Erma.
According to one theory, the name derives from the fortified dessert wine, sherry ( which is sometimes sweetened after fermentation ) that, in England, once bore the nickname " sack ").
According to Pliny the Elder, sard derives its name from the city of Sardis in Lydia, but it more likely comes from the Persian word سرد sered, meaning yellowish-red.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, and to Lo Zingarelli, the word duomo derives from the Latin word " domus ", meaning house, as a cathedral is the " house of God ", or domus Dei.
According to Niedzielski and Preston, many of their subjects believe that there is one " correct " pattern of grammar and vocabulary that underlies Standard English, and that individual usage derives from this external system.
According to Nachman Ben-Yehuda, " the Hebrew word Haredi derives from harada – fear and anxiety – meaning, ' he who is anxious about, and / or fearful of, the word of the Almighty.
According to Thomas Erskine Holland writing in the Dictionary of National Biography, Jeremy Bentham's coinage " international law " derives from the phrase jus inter gentes implied by Zouch's 1650 choice of title.
According to the documentary hypothesis, the story of Potiphar and his wife derives from the Yahwist source, and stands in the same place that the stories of the butler and the baker and Pharaoh's dreams stand in the Elohist text.
According to romantic folk etymology, Charing derives from French chère reine ( dear queen ), but the name was certainly used in the contemporary royal accounting records for the costs of constructing the cross.
According to the National Park Service, the Statue's Roman robe is the main feature that invokes Libertas and the symbol of Liberty from which the Statue derives its name.
According to Iranian nationalist poet Mohammad Taghi Bahar, the name Turan derives from the Avestan " Tau-Raodan ", which means " Further on the River ", where the " River " is to be considered Amu Darya.
According to Cook, the toponym Lydney derives from the Old English * Lydan-eġ, ‘ Lludd ’ s Island .’ However, alternative etymologies of Lydney are offered in other sources.
According to one interpretation, the name derives from the white garments worn by catechumens, those expecting to be baptised on that Sunday.
According to William Anthony Nericcio, the name derives from a joke about a Mexican man nicknamed " Speedy " either because of his premature ejaculation or quick copulation, though the name of the character was not intended to be derogatory .< ref >
According to some, the town derives its name from being a toll station on the old road between Boston and New York.
According to Kay Smith, the use of Shakespeare has meaning in itself and also derives new meaning ( underscoring cultural politics in the film ) by its rearticulation in a new form.
According to the Book of Wei, their name derives from the Jiéshì area ( 羯室, modern Yushe County in Shanxi province ) where they reside ..
According to one of them, the name derives from the term.
According to Kia Motors, the name " Kia " derives from the Sino-Korean words ki (" to come out ") and a ( which stands for Asia ), it is roughly translated as " arise or come up out of Asia " or " rising out of Asia ".
According to textual scholars, the reason for the abrupt interruption this passage causes to the surrounding narrative, and the chronological anomaly it seems to present, is that it derives from the Jahwist source, while the immediately surrounding narrative is from the Elohist.

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