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Another notable antecedent was put forth by the philosopher John Stuart Mill with his harm principle in the 19th century.
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Another notable script is Elder Futhark, which is believed to have evolved out of one of the Old Italic alphabets.
Another notable measure is the use of a body double, a person who looks like the leader and who pretends to be the leader to draw attention away from the intended target.
Another notable park, SunWatch Indian Village / Archaeological Park is located on the south end of Dayton.
Another notable honorable mention was given to the two men who attempted to burgle the home of footballer Duncan Ferguson ( who had four convictions for assault and had served six months in Glasgow's Barlinnie prison ) in 2001, with one burglar requiring three days ' hospitalization after being confronted by the player.
Another notable building dating from around this time, the Clockhouse belfy or Clock Tower, built between 1403 and 1412, seems to have been intended both as a visible and audible statement of the town's continuing civic ambitions against the power of the Abbot.
Another notable ( and defiant ) phrase in the speech was also spoken in German, " Lass ' sie nach Berlin kommen " (" Let them come to Berlin ")-- addressed at those who claimed " we can work with the Communists ", a remark which Nikita Khrushchev scoffed at only days later.
Another notable retrospective praise came in 2003 from the British magazine, NME, which rated Forever Changes No. 6 on their list of greatest albums of all time.
Another notable wrist spinner is Michael Bevan from Australia, who was known for his speed and bounce.
Another notable modified base is hypoxanthine, a deaminated adenine base whose nucleoside is called inosine ( I ).
Another notable title was the cult-classic Snatcher, a cyberpunk digital comic released by Konami and designed by Hideo Kojima.
Another notable change is that in the latter half of the novel events were specified as taking place around Dorian Gray's 32nd birthday, on 7 November.
Another notable feature of the system was its approach to combat: a table outlined the effectiveness of the attacker's superpower ( for example, an energy blast ) against all of the defender's powers, reflecting in theory the interplay of attack and defense powers.
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 form of market socialism was promoted by critics of central planning and general equilibrium theory, the most notable economists being Alec Nove and Janos Kornai.
Another notable peak is the Kehlstein mountain ( 1835 m ) with its Kehlsteinhaus ( Eagle's Nest ), which offers spectacular views to its visitors.
Another notable track from Jazz, " Don't Stop Me Now ", provides another example of the band's exuberant vocal harmonies.
Another notable film in this period was the short rock music performance film Three Directions In Australian Pop Music ( 1972 ), which featured in-concert colour footage of three of the most significant Melbourne rock acts of the period, Spectrum, The Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band and Wendy Saddington.
Another notable collection is the collaboration with the National Palace Museum of Taiwan, a collection of various kitchenware products with Asian themes.
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) Another type of antecedent is that found with relative pronouns, as in the woman who looked at you, where the woman is the antecedent of the relative pronoun who.
Another important antecedent to spacetime was the work of James Clerk Maxwell as he used partial differential equations to develop electrodynamics with the four parameters.
Another antecedent for the gameshow was ' Sunday Night at the London Palladium ' on ATV, which had a game called Beat the Clock, taken from an American gameshow.
Another antecedent of this movement was Swedenborgianism, founded in 1787 on the writings of Emanuel Swedenborg, who claimed to have received a new revelation from Jesus Christ through continuous heavenly visions which he experienced over a period of at least twenty-five years.
Another famous Hexterian intervention in historiography is his article " Fernand Braudel and the Monde Braudellien ," which can be seen as a more appreciative, temperate, and intellectually sophisticated antecedent to Hexter's attack on Hill.
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Another source of intellectual stimulus was opened to her at that time by the founding of Johns Hopkins University within walking distance of home.
Another good friend of the Coolidges' was George B. Harvey, who was the Ambassador to Great Britain from 1921 to 1923.
Another Indiana observer later commented, `` Perhaps we shall never know how much was spent ( by Hearst ), but if as much money was expended elsewhere as in Indiana a liberal fortune was squandered ''.
Another classic sight that gave us considerable pleasure was the Evzone sentry, in his ballet skirt with great pompons on his shoes, who was patrolling up and down in front of the palace.
Another evidence of the spreading rule of reason was provided from Mexico City with the daily hijacking of an American plane by a demented Algerian with a gun.
Another optimistic sign, this one from the Labor Department, was the report that the long rise in unemployment compensation payments `` was interrupted for the first time in the week ending Feb. 25 ''.
Another question that was asked of the assessors was whether they favored the assessment of movable property at its location or at the residence of the owner.
Another recent achievement was the successful development of a method for the complete combustion in a bomb calorimeter of a metal in fluorine when the product is relatively non-volatile.
Another strategy -- bolder and tougher -- was also attracting notice in Washington: a naval and air blockade to cut Cuba off from the world, destroy Castro.
Another example is the recent cancellation of the F-108, a long-range interceptor with a speed three times as great as the speed of sound, which was designed for use against manned bombers in the period of the mid-1960's.
Another veteran telephone operator was Edith Fleming Blackmer, who had been in the office forty years at the time of her death in 1960.
Another poultice was made from the inner bark of the elm tree, steeped in water until it formed a sticky, gummy solution.