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Another usage of the phrase was described by British philosopher G. E. Moore in his 1903 book Principia Ethica.
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Another example of ecumenism is the invention of and growing usage of the Christian Flag, which was designed to represent all of Christendom.
Another usage is in alluding to taboo words, as in the clapping game " Miss Susie ", which uses the break "... Hell /-o operator " to allude to the taboo word " Hell ", then replaces it with the innocuous " Hello "
Another early usage of the term, was by the American artist, mystic, and philosopher Walter Russell, who spoke of "... this New Age philosophy of the spiritual re-awakening of man ... Man's purpose in this New Age is to acquire more and more knowledge ..." in his essay " Power Through Knowledge ," which was also published in 1944.
Another usage of the phrase was described and named by British philosopher G. E. Moore in his 1903 book Principia Ethica.
Another usage regards programming languages as theoretical constructs for programming abstract machines, and computer languages as the subset thereof that runs on physical computers, which have finite hardware resources.
Another legal view is that while a highway historically included footpaths, bridleways, driftways, etc., it can now be used to mean those ways that allow the movement of motor-vehicles, and the term rights of way can be used to cover the wider usage.
Another distinction between ice dance and other disciplines of skating is the usage of music in the performances ; in ice dancing, dancers must always skate to music that has a definite beat or rhythm.
Another, possibly more common usage of ' sanity test ' is to denote checks which are performed within program code, usually on arguments to functions or returns therefrom, to see if the answers can be assumed to be correct.
Another important controversy regards labor mobility and the broader philosophical issue with usage of the phrase " human resources ".
Another category of idioms is a word having several meanings, sometimes simultaneously, sometimes discerned from the context of its usage.
Another example of commercial usage of gas turbines in a passenger ship is Stena Line's HSS class fastcraft ferries.
The current holder of the title Margrave of Baden, Duke of Zähringen is Maximilian, Margrave of Baden ( b. 1933 ), a grandson of the last chancellor of the German Empire, Prince Max von Baden, who seems to have revived the Zähringen title after it apparently had not been in official usage since the death of Berthold V. Another branch were the Dukes of Teck, descendants of Duke Conrad's son Adalbert, whose line became extinct in 1439.
Another form of machine found in penny arcades were peep show machines ( ancient usage of the term ) which allowed the viewer to see various views of objects and later moving pictures.
Another usage is as an emphatic compound ( which can be used in multiple: sri sri, or sri sri sri, etc.
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.
Another name which has been traditionally attributed to him is Eddius Stephanus or Æddi Stephanus, but since his identification with the bearer of this name is no longer accepted by historians today, modern usage tends to favour Stephen.
Another extraordinary usage of siege-mining in the ancient Greece, where during Philip V of Macedon's siege of the little town of Prinassos, according to Polybius, " the ground around the town were extremely rocky and hard, making any siege-mining virtually impossible.
Another, more recent, alternative with the growing availability and usage of. ts raws is translation from Japanese closed captions.
Another term used for informal mathematics is folk mathematics, which is ambiguous ; the mathematical folklore article is dedicated to the usage of that term among professional mathematicians.
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Another theory occasionally encountered is a derivation from the phrase thog mi an èigh / eugh () " I raised the cry ", which in pronunciation bears a certain resemblance to Hogmanay, as part of the rhymes traditionally recited at New Year but it is unclear if this is simply a case of folk etymology.
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 example of the textual arguments against the Testimonium is that it uses the Greek term poietes to mean " doer " ( as part of the phrase " doer of wonderful works ") but elsewhere in his works, Josephus only uses the term poietes to mean " poet ," whereas this use of " poietes " seems consistent with the Greek of Eusebius.
Another characteristic feature of logical positivism is the commitment to " Unified Science "; that is, the development of a common language or, in Neurath's phrase, a " universal slang " in which all scientific propositions can be expressed.
Another variety also begins suddenly with frequent word and phrase repetition, and does not develop secondary stuttering behaviours.
Another indication of the popularity of " Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus " is the use of " Yes, Virginia, there is ( a ) ( subject – person, object, activity, and / or concept )" ( or similar phrase ) in satire, parody, and as an idiomatic expression to insist that something is true, without the expression becoming a cliché.
Another Garnett phrase was " it stands to reason ", usually before making some patently unreasonable comment.
This has occurred frequently enough to lead to the phrase YACC: " Yet Another CVS Clone " ( a play on the Unix command named, which stands for " yet another compiler compiler ").
Another common response is that since God is supposedly omnipotent, the phrase " could not lift " doesn't make sense and the paradox is meaningless.
A classic reference which has generally entered modern language is the concept that " Hope springs eternal " taken from Alexander Pope's Essay on Man, the phrase reading " Hope springs eternal in the human breast, Man never is, but always to be blest :" Another popular reference, " Hope is the thing with feathers ," is from a poem by Emily Dickinson.
Another catchphrase often used by both characters was " That's your actual French ", although Barry Took acknowledged that Peter Cook had claimed to be the first to use " your actual ...." as a format phrase.
Another very significant early use of the phrase " crimes against humanity " came during the first world war when,
Another instance of double entendre involves responding to a seemingly innocuous sentence that could have a sexual meaning with the phrase " that's what she said ".
Another instance of the phrase appeared on Usenet in April 1993 in reference to The Black Dog's album Bytes.
Explaining the meaning as " Ọlòrún-mọ-Ẹ ̄ la " ( God knows Ẹ ̄ la ).° Another, suggests that the name is derived from the phrase " Orun-ni-o mo eni-ma-la " ( only heaven can identify the saved ).
Another way to phrase the spectral theorem is that a real n × n matrix A is symmetric if and only if there is an orthonormal basis of consisting of eigenvectors for A.
Another renovation phrase in the mid-18th century included a new chimneypiece, a new ceiling to cover the original timber beams and two gilded chandeliers.
Another Vandalic phrase is found in Collatio Beati Augustini cum Pascentio ariano 15 by Pseudo-Augustine: Froja armes, " Lord, have mercy!
" Borrowing a phrase from the ending of The Thing from Another World, he retitled the film Watch the Skies, rewriting the premise concerning Project Blue Book and pitching the concept to Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz.
Another phrase with a meaning similar to Schadenfreude is " morose delectation " (" delectatio morosa " in Latin ), meaning " the habit of dwelling with enjoyment on evil thoughts ".