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Another common aspect of the festival in early 20th century Ireland was the hanging of May Boughs on the doors and windows of houses and the making of May Bushes in farmyards, which usually consisted either of a branch of rowan / caorthann ( mountain ash ) or more commonly whitethorn / sceach geal ( hawthorn ) which is in bloom at the time and is commonly called the ' May Bush ' or just ' May ' in both Ireland and Britain.
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Another common cure was to soak the feet five or ten minutes in warm water, then to apply a solution of equal parts of soda and common brown soap on a kid bandage overnight.
Another common type of board was the " support BBS " run by a manufacturer of computer products or software.
Another common feature of ballads is repetition, sometimes of fourth lines in succeeding stanzas, as a refrain, sometimes of third and fourth lines of a stanza and sometimes of entire stanzas.
Another important piece of evidence is that it is possible to construct detailed phylogenetic trees ( that is, " genealogic trees " of species ) mapping out the proposed divisions and common ancestors of all living species.
Another common type of crystallographic defect is an impurity, meaning that the " wrong " type of atom is present in a crystal.
Another common feature is the spire, a tall tower on the " west " end of the church or over the crossing.
Another " ordinal " date system (" ordinal " in the sense of advancing in value by one as the date advances by one day ) is in common use in astronomical calculations and referencing and uses the same name as this " logistics " system.
Another three tree species are common, and may be native, but may also have been introduced by humans: Casuarina equisetifolia, Hibiscus tiliaceus, and Pipturus argenteus.
Another common representation of the Dhrystone benchmark is the DMIPS ( Dhrystone MIPS ) obtained when the Dhrystone score is divided by 1757 ( the number of Dhrystones per second obtained on the VAX 11 / 780, nominally a 1 MIPS machine ).
Another versatile extension becoming increasingly common is the use of some electronic drums in a mainly conventional kit.
Another example of this is the common experience of actresses who play the villain in a soap opera being accosted in public as if they are to blame for the actions of the characters they play.
Another common application in the financial area for expert systems are in trading recommendations in various marketplaces.
Another possible mechanism involves mutations leading to ineffective GABA ( the brain's most common inhibitory neurotransmitter ) action.
Another fairly common fullerene is C < sub > 70 </ sub >, but fullerenes with 72, 76, 84 and even up to 100 carbon atoms are commonly obtained.
Another common house rule is that the bottom card of the deck is never given as a replacement, to avoid the possibility of someone who might have seen it during the deal using that information.
Another common form, in which the potatoes are cut into irregular shapes and seasoned with a spicy tomato sauce, is called " patatas bravas ".
Another common type of file viewer is a picture viewer that can display picture files of various formats.
Another common explanation presents the cause of dukkha as disturbing emotions ( Sanskrit: kleshas ) rooted in ignorance ( Sanskrit: avidya ).
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Another example is that body symmetry is an important aspect of physical attractiveness which may be due to this indicating good health during body growth.
Another name for the Chinese calendar is the " yin calendar " ( 陰曆 / 阴历 ) in reference to the lunar aspect of the calendar, whereas the Gregorian calendar is the " yang calendar " ( 陽曆 / 阳历 ) in reference to its solar properties.
Another aspect of this phenomenon occurs in type I glycogenosis, when chronic hypoglycemia before diagnosis may be better tolerated than acute hypoglycemia after treatment is underway.
Another aspect of the jazz guitar style is the use of stylistically appropriate ornaments, such as grace notes, slides, and muted notes.
Another aspect of mathematics, set-theoretic topology and point-set topology, concerns objects of a different nature from objects in our universe, or in a higher dimensional analogue of our universe.
Another aspect of mathematics, often referred to as " foundational mathematics ", consists of the fields of logic and set theory.
Another aspect that affects marketability is the supply and demand for the item in the community or region.
Another aspect of the game to have been praised is its gameplay, which Thunderbolt has described as the " deepest most addictive ... to be found on the SNES console ".
Another aspect of the deception was that it was very common for pre-20th century mathematicians to spend incredible amounts of time on hand calculations such as a logarithm table or trigonometric functions.
Another aspect of urban exploration is the practice of exploring active or in use buildings which includes gaining access to secured or " member-only " areas, mechanical rooms, roofs, elevator rooms, abandoned floors and other normally unseen parts of working buildings.
Another aspect is to see the setter as an attacking force, albeit a weakened force, because when the setter is in the front court they are able to ' tip ' or ' dump ', so when the ball is close to the net on the second touch, the setter may opt to hit the ball over with one hand.
Another aspect of military intelligence was the use of deception, which the Allies used to great effect, such as in operations Mincemeat and Bodyguard.
Another aspect of Morris ' preservationism was his desire to protect the natural world from the ravages of pollution and industrialism, causing some historians of the green movement to regard Morris as an important forerunner of modern environmentalism.
Another contentious aspect of the razor is that a theory can become more complex in terms of its structure ( or syntax ), while its ontology ( or semantics ) becomes simpler, or vice versa.
Another primitive aspect of Magnolias is their lack of distinct sepals or petals: Magnolias possess undifferentiated flower parts for which the term " tepals " was coined.
Another early aspect of concern was related to how the bandwidth of the measurement instrument would influence the measurement, such that it needed to be noted.