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Another influential voice in discussing matters of cultural imperialism is the self-described " practical Marxist-feminist-deconstructionist ," Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak.
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* Another group is the School of the Military that studied strategy and the philosophy of war ; Sunzi and Sun Bin were influential leaders.
Another verse was first recorded in Harriet Beecher Stowe's immensely influential 1852 anti-slavery novel Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Another American writer in a similar vein was Thorne Smith, whose works ( such as Topper and The Night Life of the Gods ) were popular and influential, and often adapted for film and television.
Another influential development was a 1965 lawsuit, Scenic Hudson Preservation Conference v. Federal Power Commission, opposing the construction of a power plant on Storm King Mountain, which is said to have given birth to modern United States environmental law.
Another scholar of the time interested in grimoires, the antiquarian bookseller Johann Scheible, first published the Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses, two influential magical texts that claimed to have been written by the ancient Jewish figure Moses.
Another influential book which he read at the time was a translation of Great Heroes of the World, becoming inspired by the American revolutionary George Washington and French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, whose military prowess and nationalistic fervour greatly impressed him.
Another influential early study was The media are American by British scholar Jeremy Tunstall ( 1977 ).
Another member of the Frankfurt school, Theodor Adorno, published The Authoritarian Personality, in 1950, which was an influential sociological book which could be taken as something of a proto-psychohistorical book.
Another influential medieval Halakhic work following the order of the Babylonian Talmud, and to some extent modelled on Alfasi, was " the Mordechai ", a compilation by Mordechai ben Hillel ( c. 1250 – 1298 ).
Another more influential early functional contribution to VTOL was Rolls-Royce's Thrust Measuring Rig (" flying bedstead ") of 1953.
Another influential society was the Société, Aide-toi, le ciel t ' aidera, which worked within the confines of legislation, banning the unauthorized assemblage of more than 20 members.
Another of his most important works from this atonal or pantonal period is the highly influential Pierrot Lunaire, Op.
Another influential playwright was Guillaume Apollinaire whose The Breasts of Tiresias was the first work to be called " surreal ".
Another part of the intellectual underpinning of the Bush Doctrine was the 2004 book The Case for Democracy, written by Israeli politician and author Natan Sharansky and Israeli Minister of Economic Affairs in the United States Ron Dermer, which Bush has cited as influential in his thinking.
Another brand of pragmatism, known sometimes as neopragmatism, gained influence through Richard Rorty, the most influential of the late 20th-century pragmatists.
Another influential philosopher writing on fine art was Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, who emphasized the idea of the artist belonging to the spirit of his time, or zeitgeist.
Another influential theoretician of ethnicity was Fredrik Barth, whose " Ethnic Groups and Boundaries " from 1969 has been described as instrumental in spreading the usage of the term in social studies in the 1980s and 1990s.
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Another advantage of the use of virtual circuits comes with the ability to use them as a multiplexing layer, allowing different services ( such as voice, Frame Relay, n * 64 channels, IP ).
Another noticeable change in the dub is using different voice actors for different forms of a certain Digimon, whereas in Japan, the voice actor merely changes the tone of his / her voice, sometimes being altered for effect.
Another that tries to hurt Cole is only heard as a voice who pleads with Cole to let him out of a dark cupboard, then yells that he didn't steal " the Master's horse " and threatens to attack Cole.
Another important concept that has been merged into telephony is computer telephony integration, which enables computers to know about and control phone functions such as making and receiving voice, fax, and data calls with telephone directory services and caller identification.
Another clear reference to the baroque is the often complex and virtuosic counterpoint that sometimes follows strict fugal behavior but more often simply allows each performer in the group to assert his voice.
Another form of behavioral biometrics, based on affective computing, involves computers recognizing a person's emotional state based on an analysis of their facial expressions, how fast they are talking, the tone and pitch of their voice, their posture, and other behavioral traits.
Anderson has long used the resulting character in her work as a " voice of authority " or conscience, although she later decided that he had lost much of his authority and instead began utilizing the voice to provide historical or sociopolitical commentary, as he does on " Another Day in America ", a piece from her 2010 album Homeland.
Another early voice who ultimately rejected the idea that the Holocaust was divine punishment, with Hitler as an instrument in a greater plan, was Rabbi Mnachem HaKohen Risikoff.
Another development, starting at the beginning of the century, was the belief that puppet theatre, despite its popular and folk roots, could speak to adult audiences with an adult, and experimental voice, and reinvigorate the high art tradition of actors ' theatre.
Another neglected and challenging postwar American novelist, albeit one who writes much shorter works, was John Hawkes, whose often surreal, visionary fiction addresses themes of violence and eroticism and experiments audaciously with narrative voice and style.
" Another student said of Corot, " the newspapers had so distorted Corot, putting Theocritus and Virgil in his hands, that I was quite surprised to find him knowing neither Greek nor Latin … His welcome is very open, very free, very amusing: he speaks or listens to you while hopping on one foot or on two ; he sings snatches of opera in a very true voice ", but he has a " shrewd, biting side carefully hidden behind his good nature.
In 1995 Chuck Jones reprised Michigan J. Frog in a cartoon entitled Another Froggy Evening, with Jeff McCarthy providing the Frog's voice.
Another, is that of Carolyn Abbate, who has suggested that ‘ certain gestures experienced in music constitute a narrating voice ’.
Another prominent example is the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, whose members voice and advance issues affecting Hispanics in the United States, including Puerto Rico.
Another kind of flight recorder is the cockpit voice recorder ( CVR ), which records conversation in the cockpit, radio communications between the cockpit crew and others ( including conversation with air traffic control personnel ), as well as ambient sounds.
Another distinctly American lyric voice of the colonial period was Phillis Wheatley, a slave whose book " Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral ," was published in 1773.
Another one was the very first crackdown on non-affiliated sympathizers of the Iron Guard, after the group around Nae Ionescu decided to voice protests against the repression.