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Another reason gymnastic study is valuable is that it can be started very early in life.
Another great danger is that the emerging middle class will feel itself increasingly alienated from the political leaders who still justify their dominance by reference to the struggle for independence or the early phase of nationalism.
Another amino acid that was discovered in the early 19th century was cystine, in 1810, although its monomer, cysteine, was discovered much later, in 1884.
Another early reference to Amber was Pytheas ( 330 BC ) whose work " On the Ocean " is lost, but was referenced by Pliny.
Another, showing an early use of electional astrology, is ascribed to the reign of the Sumerian ruler Gudea of Lagash ( ca.
Another view of the Buddhist theory of the self, especially in early Buddhism, is that the Buddhist theory is essentially an eliminativist theory.
Another difficulty is that manuscripts of early writers were often incomplete: it is apparent that Bede had access to Pliny's Encyclopedia, for example, but it seems that the version he had was missing book xviii, as he would almost certainly have quoted from it in his De temporum ratione.
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.
Another early written account is attributed to escaped convict William Buckley in his 1852 biography of thirty years living with the Wathaurong people.
Another relatively early use of the term in a German-language work was in a book by Fritz Sternberg, a Jewish Marxist political economist who was a refugee from the Third Reich.
Another adjunct, the varying speed of light model has also been theorized by Jean-Pierre Petit in 1988, John Moffat in 1992 as well Andreas Albrecht and João Magueijo in 1999, instead of superluminal expansion the speed of light was 60 orders of magnitude faster than its current value solving the horizon and homogeneity problems in the early universe.
Another precursor was the early development of the theory of computation and the digital computer in the 1940s and 1950s.
Another early commercial model was the six-button Microwriter, designed by Cy Endfield and Chris Rainey, and first sold in 1980.
Another early source is a poem in praise of Columba, most probably commissioned by Columba's kinsman, the King of the Uí Néill clan.
Another early step in the history of computer animation was the 1973 movie Westworld, a science-fiction film about a society in which robots live and work among humans, though the first use of 3D Wireframe imagery was in its sequel, Futureworld ( 1976 ), which featured a computer-generated hand and face created by then University of Utah graduate students Edwin Catmull and Fred Parke.
Another reason for doubting the literal nature of these early genealogies is that the etymology of the names of several early members of the dynasty do not appear to be Germanic, which is the origin of these peoples.
Another factor related to the number of Senate seats is that a constitutional amendment in the early 20th century mandated that no province can have fewer Members of Parliament than it has senators.
Another early use of dance may have been as a precursor to ecstatic trance states in healing rituals.
Another early example of a whodunit is a subplot in the novel Bleak House ( 1853 ) by Charles Dickens.
Another popular early project was Jonathon Fowler's JFDuke3D, which in December 2003 received backing from the original author of Build, programmer Ken Silverman.
Another widely distributed early story mentioning the Darwin Awards is the JATO Rocket Car, which describes a man who strapped a JATO ( Jet-Assisted Take-Off ) unit to his Chevrolet Impala in the Arizona desert and who died gloriously on the side of a cliff as his car achieved speeds of 250 to 300 miles per hour.
Another summit was convened in Sharm El Sheik in early 2005, which was attended by Egypt, Israel, the Palestinian Authority and Jordan.
Another early appearance on record followed in 1987, where Enya provided spoken ( not sung ) vocals in Irish on the song " Never Get Old " on Sinéad O ' Connor's debut album, The Lion and the Cobra.

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Another brand of indefinite reference arises out of the use of the double verb.
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 early published reference by in turn credits the conjecture to De Morgan.
Another recent theory ( see EPR paradox above ) resulting from the analysis of an EPR communication set up, has the simple device based on removing the effective retarded time terms in the Lorentz transform to yield a preferred absolute reference frame.
" Another joke puts a question concerning the definition of blunderbuss to " the four wise clerks of Oxenford " ( a reference to Chaucer's Clerk ; Tolkien had worked for Henry Bradley, one of the four main editors of the Oxford English Dictionary ):
Another term used is Old Horny, in reference to the deity's horns and also to his sexual nature.
Another example of a fictitious force associated with rotating reference frames is the centrifugal force.
( Another reference is that the PCI Vendor ID for Intel devices is 8086 < sub > h </ sub >.
Another common definition uses a human body, standing upright, as a frame of reference.
Another, more obvious reference to Hollywood is the Charlie Chaplin impersonator who provides comic relief throughout the film.
Another commonly used reference frame is the center of mass frame, one that is moving with the center of mass.
Another reference frame is provided by the Cosmic microwave background.
Another important influence during this period was the Romantic aesthetic movement, which venerated the natural world and frequently made reference to the deities of antiquity.
Another type of torque-free precession can occur when there are multiple reference frames at work.
Another reference, discovered by Julian Luxford in 2009, appears in the margin of the " Polychronicon " in the Eton College library.
Another reference is provided by Thomas Gale, Dean of York ( c. 1635 – 1702 ), but this comes nearly four hundred years after the events it describes:
Another technique devised by Henry Baker involves deferred increments, in which references which are stored in local variables do not immediately increment the corresponding reference count, but instead defer this until it is necessary.
Another example is the Cocoa framework, which recommends avoiding reference cycles by using " strong " ( counted ) references for " parent-to-child " references, and " weak " ( non-counted ) references for " child-to-parent " references.
Another early written reference to the islands may have been when Tacitus reported in AD 98 after describing the discovery and conquest of Orkney that the Roman fleet had seen " Thule, too ".
Another notable reference is in the third X-Men film, when asked by Callisto: " If you're so proud of being a mutant, then where's your mark?
Another type of reference circuit shows how to configure integrated circuits into function blocks, which Analog Devices provides for electrical design engineers.

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