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According to William Ringler's study, Stephen Gosson, the theater business in London had become a thriving enterprise by 1577, and, in the opinion of many, a thoroughly bad business.
According to Stephen Frederic Dale, the name Babur is derived from the Persian word babr, meaning " tiger ", a word that repeatedly appears in Firdawsī's Shāhnāma and had also been borrowed by the Turkic languages of Central Asia.
According to Stephen Dorril, at about the same time, Special Branch officers recruited an informant within CND, Stanley Bonnett, on the instructions of MI5.
According to this argument, made by scientists such as Carl Sagan and Stephen Hawking, it would be improbable for life not to exist somewhere other than Earth.
According to the 11th century Byzantine historian Georgios Kedrenos an uncial manuscript of Matthew's Gospel, believed to be that found by Anthemios, was then still preserved in the Chapel of St Stephen in the imperial palace.
According to the Stephen Fried book Thing of Beauty, she locked herself in a bathroom for hours, shooting heroin.
According to principal architect Stephen P. Morse, this was a result of a more software centric approach than in the design of earlier Intel processors ( the designers had experience working with compiler implementations ).
According to Stephen Suleyman Schwartz, in his book " The Two Faces of Islam ", “ some say that during this vagabondage Ibn Abdul Wahhab came into contact with certain Englishmen who encouraged him to personal ambition as well as to a critical attitude about Islam .” Specifically, Mir ’ at al Harramin, a Turkish work by Ayyub Sabri Pasha, written in 1888, states that in Basra, Abdul Wahhab had come into contact with a British spy by the name of Hempher, who “ inspired in him the tricks and lies that he had learned from the British Ministry of the Commonwealth .”
According to Stephen Kinzer's 2006 book Overthrow, in 1898 the chief of the French Canal Syndicate ( a group that owned large swathes of land across Panama ), Philippe Bunau Varilla, hired William Nelson Cromwell to lobby the U. S. Congress for the Panama Canal.
According to Stephen Sondheim, " What few people understand is that Oscar's big contribution to the theater was as a theoretician, as a Peter Brook, as an innovator.
According to the historian Horace Mann, Stephen was an impotent observer, and that the responsible agent was in reality the Chartularius, Gratiosus.
According to the late 13th century chronicler Martin of Opava, Stephen VIII was described as being a German, who was elected pope due to the power and influence of his royal relative, the German king Otto I. Martin states that Otto ignored the will of the cardinals in imposing Stephen upon them, and because Stephen was hated for being a German, he was taken by supporters of Alberic II, who proceeded to maim and disfigure him to such an extent that Stephen was unable to appear in public again.
According to Hungarian tradition, Pope Silvester II, with the consent of Otto III, Holy Roman Emperor, sent a magnificent jeweled gold crown to Stephen along with an apostolic cross and a letter of blessing officially recognizing Stephen as the Christian king of Hungary.
According to Hartwick's legend, during his coronation Stephen dedicated the crown to the Holy Virgin, thereby sealing a contract between God and the crown ( which is therefore considered a " holy " crown ).
According to Stephen Spratt, " the revenues raised could be used for ... international development objectives ... such as meeting the Millennium Development Goals.
According to F. J. E. Raby, " There is little reason to doubt that Stephen Langton ... was the author " of the famous sequence Veni Sancte Spiritus.
According to Stephen Skinner, the study of sacred geometry has its roots in the study of nature, and the mathematical principles at work therein.
According to Stephen Holden, a writer in The New York Times, " Many of Hart's ballad lyrics conveyed a heart-stopping sadness that reflected his conviction that he was physically too unattractive to be lovable.
According to a study conducted by Robert J. Sampson and Stephen W. Raudenbush, the premise that the broken windows theory operates onthat social disorder and crime are connected as part of a causal chain — is faulty.
According to William of Newburgh, King Stephen was " grieved beyond measure by the death of the son who he hoped would succeed him ; he pursued warlike preparations less vigorously, and listened more patiently than usual to the voices of those urging peace.

According and Metcalf
According to Michael Metcalf, the ' R ' series was also East Anglian, being minted at Gipeswic.
According to lexicographer Allan A. Metcalf, the word is a marker of Northern California dialect.

According and expresses
According to this notation, duodecimal 50 expresses the same quantity as decimal 60 (= five times twelve ), duodecimal 60 is equivalent to decimal 72 (= six times twelve = half a gross ), duodecimal 100 has the same value as decimal 144 (= twelve times twelve
According to film critic Robin Wood Magnani's " persona as a great actress is built, not on transformation, but on emotional authenticity ... doesn't portray characters but expresses ' genuine ' emotions.
According to Frege, any sentence that expresses a singular thought consists of an expression ( a proper name or a general term plus the definite article ) that signifies an Object together with a predicate ( the copula " is ", plus a general term accompanied by the indefinite article or an adjective ) that signifies ( bedeutet ) a Concept.
According to Walter Blackburn, one of its primary architects before his death, the building's " undulating quality " expresses the fields and the river that escaping slaves crossed to reach freedom.
According to the Cambridge History of Africa the Islamic historian Al-Sa ' df expresses this sentiment in describing his incursion on Timbuktu:
According to the rough estimation presented in Lev Uspensky's popular linguistics book A Word On Words ( Слово о словах ), which expresses strong support to the reform, the final hard sign occupied about 3. 5 % of the printed texts and essentially wasted a considerable amount of paper, which provided the economic grounds to the reform.
According to Marx, the OCC expresses the specific form which the capitalist mode of production gives to the relationship between means of production and labor power, determining the productivity of labor and the creation of a surplus product.
According to designer Francis Millet, " The head of Lincoln was selected because it is the only thing which can be used on the medal without offense to the sentiment now happily prevailing over the whole country in regard to the Civil War, and the portrait of Lincoln must be acceptable to everybody, particularly when accompanied by the noble phrase which so tersely and accurately expresses his attitude during the war.
According to emotivism, such a sentence merely expresses an attitude of the speaker ; it only means something like " Boo on murder!
According to Richard Geoffroy's Manifesto and blog: " Dom Pérignon expresses its first plénitude after seven years in the cellar ", with a second plénitude 12 to 15 years after the vintage ( first Œnothèque release ) and a third plénitude after 30 to 40 years ( second Œnothèque release ).
According to Cicero, who expresses a poor opinion of his powers as an orator, Stilo was a follower of the Stoic school.
According to historian Adrian Johns, the slogan expresses a view that had already been articulated in the mid 20th century by Norbert Wiener, Michael Polanyi and Arnold Plant, who advocated the free communication of scientific knowledge, and specifically criticized the patent system.

According and serious
According to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, " Problems associated with drug trafficking are potentially the most serious threat to stability in the BVI ".
According to many critics, such an unusual division of labor caused serious command and control problems.
According to Blair ( 1997 ) British Steel faced serious problems at the time of its formation, including obsolescent plants ; plants operating under capacity and thus at low efficiency ; outdated technology ; price controls that reduced marketing flexibility ; soaring coal and oil costs ; lack of capital investment funds ; and increasing competition on the world market.
According to Shearer, after graduating, he had " a very serious agenda going on, and it was ' Stay Out Of The Draft '.
According to the records compiled by the United States Sentencing Commission, in 2009, the United States Department of Justice typically convicted a little over 81, 000 people ; of this, approximately 800 are convicted of money laundering as the primary or most serious charge.
According to the Threat Simulation Theory he proposes, during much of human evolution physical and interpersonal threats were serious, giving reproductive advantage to those who survived them.
According to an article in The Times dated 10 April 2009 approximately 30, 000 spread bet accounts were opened last year, and that the largest study of gambling in the UK on behalf of the Gambling Commission found that serious problems developed in almost 15 % of spread betters compared to 1 % of other gambling.
According to the 2001 study of crime trends in New York by George Kelling and William Sousa, rates of both petty and serious crime fell suddenly and significantly, and continued to drop for the following ten years.
According to Photius, Agrippa died, childless, at the age of seventy, in the third year of the reign of Trajan, that is, 100, but statements of historian Josephus, in addition to the contemporary epigraphy from his kingdom, cast this date into serious doubt.
" According to Variety, the film's " transition from serious or melodramatic to the slap-happy and humorous sometimes is a bit awkward, but in the main it is solid escapist comedy.
According to Laudrup's agent, the negotiations were ongoing and " very serious.
According to the punk aesthetic, one can express oneself and produce moving and serious works with limited means and technical ability.
According to historian John Merrill, " the war was preceded by a major insurgency in the South and serious clashes along the thirty-eighth parallel ," and 100, 000 people died in " political disturbances, guerrilla warfare, and border clashes ".
According to the EU, this is the first serious reform of sugar under the CAP for 40 years.
According to Frank S. Nugent, " this third of the trademarked Thin Men takes its murders as jauntily as ever, confirms our impression that matrimony need not be too serious a business and provides as light an entertainment as any holiday-amusement seeker is likely to find.
According to Mack P. Holt: " All twelve cities where provincial massacres occurred had one striking feature in common ; they were all cities with Catholic majorities where there had once been significant Protestant minorities .... All of them had also experienced serious religious division ... during the first three civil wars ...
According to Brian McFarlane, in The Encyclopedia of British Film, hosted by British Film Institute's Screenonline, Finch " did not emerge unscathed from a life of well-publicised hell-raising, and several biographies chronicle the affairs and the booze, but a serious appraisal of a great actor remains to be written.
According to Medieval Roman Catholicism, sufficiently serious sins not only remove merit, but also extinguish sanctifying grace in the baptized believer's soul, which can be restored by the sacrament of penance.
According to Cary Darling, a television critic, this attitude is different from serious Westerns and " may hew more to the truth than one might think ".
According to information from the US Embassy in Brussels ( published by Wikileaks in November 2010 ): Patten said in April 2004 that Russian President Vladimir Putin has done a good job for Russia mainly due to high world energy prices, but he had serious doubts about the man ’ s character.
According to the punk aesthetic, one can express oneself and produce moving and serious works with limited means.
According to the one of Iran analyst's of International Crisis Group ( a NGO founded in 1995 by World Bank Vice-President and former US diplomats ), " Kurds, who live in the some of the least developed parts of Iran, pose the most serious internal problem for Iran to resolve, and given what they see next door — the newfound confidence of Iraqi Kurds — there's concern Iranian Kurds will agitate for greater autonomy.
According to Strauss, modern social science is flawed because it assumes the fact-value distinction, a concept which Strauss finds dubious, tracing its roots in Enlightenment philosophy to Max Weber, a thinker whom Strauss described as a " serious and noble mind .” Weber wanted to separate values from science but, according to Strauss, was really a derivative thinker, deeply influenced by Nietzsche ’ s relativism.
According to Ernest Belfort Bax, Freemasons were responsible for the last serious attempt at conciliation between Versailles and the Paris Commune on 21 April 1870.

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