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Although Dio is the earliest writer to mention them, Ammianus Marcellinus used the name to refer to Germans on the Limes Germanicus in the time of Trajan's governorship of the province shortly after it was formed, circa 98 / 99.
Although not normally thought of as biotechnology, agriculture clearly fits the broad definition of " using a biotechnological system to make products " such that the cultivation of plants may be viewed as the earliest biotechnological enterprise.
Although the castrato ( or musico ) predates opera, there is some evidence that castrati had parts in the earliest operas.
" Although several twigs of dill were found in the tomb of Amenhotep II, they reported the earliest archeological evidence for its cultivation comes from late Neolithic lakeshore settlements in Switzerland.
Although the area of Dublin Bay has been inhabited by humans since prehistoric times, the writings of Ptolemy ( the Egyptian astronomer and cartographer ) in about 140 AD provide possibly the earliest reference to a settlement there.
Although the earliest British films were of everyday events, the early 20th century saw the appearance of narrative shorts, mainly comedies and melodramas.
Although it had been funding British experimental films as early as 1952, the British Film Institute's foundation of a production board in 1964 — and a substantial increase in public funding from 1971 onwards — enabled it to become a dominant force in developing British art cinema in the 1970s and 80s: from the first of Bill Douglas's Trilogy My Childhood ( 1972 ), and of Terence Davies ' Trilogy Childhood ( 1978 ), via Peter Greenaway's earliest films ( including the surprising commercial success of The Draughtsman's Contract ( 1982 )) and Derek Jarman's championing of the New Queer Cinema.
Although usually thought of as a spiritual, the earliest recorded use of the song was as a rallying anthem for the Contrabands at Fort Monroe sometime before July 1862.
Although there are earlier descriptions of an island in the Sunda Strait with a " pointed mountain ," the earliest mention of Krakatoa by name in the western world was on a 1611 map by Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer, who labelled the island " Pulo Carcata " ( pulo is the Sundanese word for " island ").
Although some books ( in particular guidebooks ) suggest that the mazes on cathedral floors served as substitutes for pilgrimage paths, the earliest attested use of the phrase " chemin de Jerusalem " ( path to Jerusalem ) dates to the late 18th century when it was used to describe mazes at Reims and Saint-Omer.
Although lutes were in widespread use in Europe at least since the 13th century, and documents mention numerous early performers and composers, the earliest surviving music for the instrument dates from the late 15th century.
Although attendances were not recorded for many of the earliest matches at North Road, the highest documented attendance was approximately 15, 000 for a First Division match against Sunderland on 4 March 1893.
Although they are fragmentary, these tablets represent the earliest notated melodies found anywhere in the world.
Although Mach is often mentioned as one of the earliest examples of a microkernel, not all versions of Mach are microkernels.
Although this revolt failed, it was one of the earliest and most serious risings against Spanish authority in the New World and caused the crown to question its continued support for the Jesuits.
Although this view has become increasingly popular, it is certainly not supported by the earliest ballads.
Although the ancient Sumerians were the first to record the names of constellations on clay tablets, the earliest known star catalogues were compiled by the ancient Babylonians of Mesopotamia in the late 2nd millennium BC, during the Kassite Period ( ca.
Although both Finkelstein and Silberman accept that David and Solomon were real kings of Judah about the 10th century BC, they claim that the earliest independent reference to the Kingdom of Israel is about 890 BC, and for Judah about 750 BC.
Although worker's councils were politically significant in the earliest stages of the Soviet Union, they soon lost their power and significance as political power was concentrated in the hands of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union ( CPSU ).
Although this was interpreted by later writers, Pliny and Diodorus, to mean that triremes were invented in Corinth, it is likely that the earliest three-tiered warships originated in Phoenicia.
Although derived from a text written more than a century later, it is thought by some historians that the earliest Scots verse written in Scotland dates from this time: Quhen Alexander our kynge was dede, That Scotland lede in lauche and le, Away was sons of alle and brede, Of wyne and wax, of gamyn and gle. Our gold was changit into lede. Christ, born in virgynyte, Succoure Scotland, and ramede, That stade is in perplexite.
Although it was one of his earliest recordings, the hallmarks of his playing were evident.
Although he was writing decades later, he is the earliest author to describe the actual foundation of the Templar order.
Although this project was one of the earliest attempts to port Linux to a handheld computer, it did not come to fruition for Psion.

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Although the cabinet makers successfully defended their right to build guitars, C. F.
Although all songwriting credits on Weezer's 2005 album Make Believe are credited to Rivers Cuomo, Bell wrote the intro to " We Are All on Drugs " and the dueling guitars in the solo of " This is Such a Pity.
Although most Heritage guitars were, and continue to be, based on Gibson designs, a few of their early electric guitars were based on modified Stratocaster and Telecaster designs.
Although these guitars are now normally worth around UK £ 2, 000, expert Bunny Campione valued Ifield's guitar at between UK £ 10, 000 and UK £ 15, 000, because Ifield had used it in songs featured in a compilation album alongside The Beatles ' first two singles.
Although the tones featured in NES music can be thought of emulating a traditional four-piece rock band ( triangle wave used as a bass, two pulse waves analogous to two guitars, and a white noise channel used for drums ), composers would often go out of their way to compose complex and rapid sequences of notes, in part because of the restrictions mentioned above.
Although the album is technically a Jon Oliva solo album, with Jon handling all instrumental duties except for vocals and lead guitars, the album was released under the Savatage moniker with bass and drum credits given to Middleton and Wacholz respectively, as Andy James had left the band following the death of Criss Oliva to pursue other projects.
Although there is some debate as to who taught Torres, one theory is that some time around 1842, Torres may have gone to work for José Pernas in Granada, rapidly learning to build guitars.
Although he made some guitars during the 1840s, it was not until the 1850s on the advice of the renowned guitarist and composer Julián Arcas, that Torres made it his profession, and he began building in earnest.
Although the EBow is most commonly played on the electric guitar, because of its ease of use and the responsiveness obtainable from the pickup, many artists have experimented with the EBow on other types of guitars and string instruments to various effect.
Although the album ended for good the band's longstanding tradition of featuring electric guitars as warcraft, its picture of a warrior on his knees complemented songs with titles such as " Get On Your Knees and Fight Like a Man ," " All the King's Horses " and the title track, a rousing rocker backed by a marching drumbeat that addressed Satan as the preordained loser of the war he had declared against Christ and his followers.
Although archtop normally refers to a hollow-bodied, arched top instrument, some makers of solid-bodied guitars with carved bellies also refer to these as archtop to distinguish these from flat top guitars.
Although Season to Risk ( or S2R as they are sometimes called ) has had many line-up changes, two of its founding members have remained constant: Steve Tulipana ( lead vocals, guitars and keyboards ) and Duane Trower ( lead guitar, keyboards, and vocals ).
Although best known for its steel-string D-hole and oval-hole guitars ( known initially as the " Orchestre " and later the " Jazz " model ), Selmer-during the Maccaferri period-also made and sold Maccaferri-designed classical guitars, harp guitars, 6-and 7-string Hawaiian guitars, tenor guitars and the " Eddie Freeman Special ", a 4-string guitar with the scale-length and body-size of a standard guitar, designed to be used with a special Reentrant tuning that was briefly successful in the UK market.
Although he also owns guitars made by other companies, he stopped using them around the Absolution era.
Although some earlier European guitars also had adjustable necks, the Howe-Orme design was original and apparently highly successful.
Although the name has been applied to a variety of instruments, it is primarily associated with a minimalist " headless " design of electric basses and electric guitars.
Although most of the goods for offer were related to violin-family instruments, the catalog also includes lines of guitars and mandolins.

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