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According to Strmiska and Sigurvinsson ( 2005 ), American Asatruar tend to prefer a more devotional form of worship and a more emotional conception of the Nordic gods than Scandinavian practitioner, reflecting the parallel tendency of highly emotional forms of Christianity prevalent in the United States.
According to the researchers, the " discovery shows that water has been prevalent in the universe for nearly its entire existence.
According to Devilly, NLP is no longer as prevalent as it was in the 1970s and 1980s.
According to an article in Gale Opposing Viewpoints in Context, sweatshops became prevalent in the United States during the Industrial Revolution.
According to Gelder, Mayou and Geddes ( 2005 ) bulimia nervosa is prevalent between 1 and 2 per cent of women aged 15 – 40 years.
According to traditional customs of blood vengeance prevalent in Albania at the time, Verlaci had the right to kill Zog.
According to Shin, Edwards, Heeren, & Amodeo ( 2009 ) underage drinking is more prevalent among teens that experienced multiple types of childhood maltreatment regardless of parental alcohol abuse, putting them at a greater risk for alcohol use disorders.
According to the National Sleep Foundation in the U. S., sleepwalking is prevalent in 1 – 15 % of the general populace.
According to Snezhnevsky and his colleagues schizophrenia was more prevalent than previously thought, since the illness could present with relatively-mild symptoms and progress later ; schizophrenia was diagnosed more often in Moscow than in other countries, as the World Health Organization Pilot Study on Schizophrenia reported in 1973.
According to the most prevalent version of the " Four Beauties " legend, the quartet's members are Xi Shi, Wang Zhaojun, Diao Chan or Diaochan, and Yang Guifei.
According to Encyclopædia Iranica, " Ismail was a skillful poet who used prevalent themes and images in lyric and didactic-religious poetry with ease and some degree of originality ".
According to Bishop Robert Caldwell, in his Comparative Grammar of the Dravidian Languages, the term is derived from kar, black, and nadu, country, i. e. the black country, which refers to the black soil prevalent on the plateau of the Southern Deccan.
According to Szasz, the problem, from which psychiatric abuse stems, is psychiatric power that is just as prevalent in democratic societies as it was in the USSR.
According to Roger Feldman, Blue Cross Professor of Health Insurance at the University of Minnesota, one of the main reasons that medical fraud is such a prevalent practice is that nearly all of the parties involved find it favorable in some way.
According to Heard, the prevalent developmental stage among humans in today ’ s well-industrialized societies ( especially in the West ) should be regarded as the fourth: the " humanic stage " of the “ total individual ,” who is mentally dominated, feeling him-or herself to be autonomous, separate from other persons.
In March 2005, India TV released a video, allegedly showing Shakti Kapoor asking for sexual favor from an undercover reporter posing as an aspiring actress, in return for entry into the film industry. Where he told the undercover reporter " I want to make love to you .... kiss you " According to India TV, this was a sting operation to expose the phenomenon of casting couch prevalent in Bollywood.
According to Tiffany Adams of Hong Kong, " With the higher demands on the coral reef to produce for the increasing population and the introduction of the world market in the last fifty years, overexploitation has become the most prevalent threat.
According to one of the most prevalent theories about its origin, slaves took the embryonic creole language to the island of Saint Thomas when they accompanied the Dutch planters who fled the island of Saint Eustatius after it had been raided by the English in 1666.
According to Cartwright, dysaethesia aethiopica was " much more prevalent among free negroes living in clusters by themselves, than among slaves on our plantations, and attacks only such slaves as live like free negroes in regard to diet, drinks, exercise, etc.
According to present Catholic doctrine, the bible simply reflects the cosmological ideas that were prevalent at the time it was written.
According to sources, the extremist and craziness of the Rats were very prevalent during the 1980s and into the early 1990s.

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According, then, to what I take to be the prevailing view, these rioters were merely a handful of irresponsible, Stalinist-corrupted provocateurs.
According to the researchers, the results suggest that altruistic behavior may originate from how people view the world rather than how they act in it.
According to this view, the poem says that there may, or may not, have been a divine visit, when there was briefly heaven in England.
According to this view, though Mark has Jesus as the Son of God, references occurring at the strategic points in 1: 1 (" The beginning of the gospel about Jesus Christ, the Son of God ", but not in all versions, see Mark 1 ), 5: 7 (" What do you want with me, Jesus, Son of the Most High God?
According to the plans, the Third Army, under general Radko Dimitriev, was deployed east of and behind the First, and was covered by the cavalry division hiding it from the Turkish view.
According to this view, Beowulf can largely be seen to be the product of antiquarian interests and that it tells readers more about " an 11th-century Anglo-Saxon ’ s notions about Denmark, and its pre-history, than it does about the age of Bede and a 7th-or 8th-century Anglo-Saxon ’ s notions about his ancestors ’ homeland.
According to this view, the story of Jacob's visit to Laban to obtain a wife originated as a metaphor for this migration, with the property and family which were gained from Laban representing the gains of the Joseph tribes by the time they returned from Egypt ; according to textual scholars, the Jahwist version of the Laban narrative only mentions the Joseph tribes, and Rachel, and does not mention the other tribal matriarchs whatsoever.
According to this view, it is not considered to be read as a prophecy of western political history or of an eschatological future.
According to Maimonides, the correct view of providence lies with Elihu, who teaches Job that one must examine his religion ().
According to F. W. Dobbs-Allsopp, " the widely observed unity of form and point of view ... and general resemblance in linguistic detail throughout the sequence are broadly suggestive of the work of a single author ," though other scholars see Lamentations as the work of multiple authors.
According to the objectivist view, the rules of Bayesian statistics can be justified by requirements of rationality and consistency and interpreted as an extension of logic.
According to the subjectivist view, probability quantifies a " personal belief ".
According to this view, any form of specific coercion is then unethical in itself as an injury to freedom, quite apart from its damaging effects on social progress.
According to one view, most people today live as citizens according to the liberal-individualist conception but wished they lived more according to the civic-republican ideal.
According to this view, the husband has the God-given responsibility to provide for, protect, and lead " his " family.
According to this view, Hume's empiricism consisted in the idea that it is our knowledge, and not our ability to conceive, that is restricted to what can be experienced.
According to this view, Hume is not arguing for a bundle theory, which is a form of reductionism, but rather for an eliminative view of the self.
According to this world view, over time " priests " had succeeded in encrusting the original simple, rational religion with all kinds of superstitions and " mysteries " irrational theological doctrines.
According to this view, either it is very hard for intelligent life to arise, or the lifetime of such civilizations must be relatively short.
According to this view, ethics is more a summary of common sense social decisions.
According to the direct-reference view, an early version of which was originally proposed by Bertrand Russell, and perhaps earlier by Gottlob Frege, a proper name strictly has no meaning when there is no object to which it refers.
According to the " two sense " view of existence, which derives from Alexius Meinong, existential statements fall into two classes.
According to Husserl, this view of logic and mathematics accounted for the objectivity of a series of mathematical developments of his time, such as n-dimensional manifolds ( both Euclidean and non-Euclidean ), Hermann Grassmann's theory of extensions, William Rowan Hamilton's Hamiltonians, Sophus Lie's theory of transformation groups, and Cantor's set theory.

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