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Both terms anti-Semitism and antisemitism are in common use.
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Both terms, vasco and basque, are inherited from Latin ethnonym Vascones which in turn goes back to the Greek term οὐασκώνους ( ouaskōnous ), an ethnonym used by Strabo in his Geographica ( 23 CE, Book III ).
Both the terms coast and coastal are often used to describe a geographic location or region ; for example, New Zealand's West Coast, or the East and West Coasts of the United States.
Both the first method for cladistic analysis and the school of taxonomy originated in the work of the German entomologist Willi Hennig, who referred to it as " phylogenetic systematics " ( also the title of his 1966 book ); the use of the terms cladistics and clade was popularized by other researchers.
Both terms were used in East Germany with an increasing emphasis on the abbreviated name, especially since East Germany considered West Germans and West Berliners to be foreigners following the promulgation of its second constitution in 1968.
Both the terms " warm-blooded " and " cold-blooded " have fallen out of favour with scientists because of the vagueness of the terms and an increased understanding of the field.
Both undermine the usefulness of the sample in terms of determining the tendencies of the overall population.
Both the president and the members of the unicameral National Assembly are elected to concurrent five-year terms.
Both Herwig Wolfram and Thomas Burns conclude that the terms Tervingi and Greuthungi were geographical identifiers used by each tribe to describe the other.
" Both terms ( in these instances ) hold that all organic and inorganic processes can be explained by reference to the laws of nature.
Both terms translate to " rule, sovereignty, government ", usually of monarchs ( kings or emperors ), but also of gods, and of the Christian God.
Both terms refer to systems of concepts that are of high importance to a certain community, making statements concerning the supernatural or sacred.
Both at official exchange rates and at purchasing power parity ( PPP ), Seychelles remains the richest territory in Africa in terms of GDP per capita ( US $ 9, 440. 095 at real exchange rates and US $ 17, 560. 062 at PPP 2008 estimate ),
Both the terms sons of God and " son of God " appear in Jewish literature predating the New Testament.
She had earlier appeared on the October 26, 1931 cover along-side her husband and on the January 3, 1937 cover with her husband as " Man and Wife of the Year )" Both husband and wife were on good terms with Time Magazine senior editor and co-founder Henry Luce, who frequently tried to rally money and support from the American public for the Republic of China.
Both the Latin and Greek terms sometimes referred to consonants in general, which ancient grammarians did not consider pronounceable on their own without vowels.
Both terms derive from the older forestry term " sustained yield ", which in turn is a translation of the German term " nachhaltiger Ertrag " dating from 1713.
Both terms were used to designate individuals dedicated to "... magic, medicine, divination ,... methods of longevity and to ecstatic wanderings " as well as exorcism ; in the case of the wu, " shamans " or " sorcerers " is often used as a translation.
Both of these terms became outmoded in the late 20th century except in specialist usage, as most fax machines now use the digital ITU-T fax standards, which encode the image digitally over a QAM-modulated signal.
Both the terms and the result of the arbitration, however, are subjects of contradictory and sometimes confused reports.
Both and anti-Semitism
Both Israelis and their advocates along with Palestinians and their advocates have pointed to these qualities — political ideology, national affiliation, anti-Semitism, anti-Arabism, or Islamophobia — as a potential explanation for the alleged bias of certain prominent journalists.
Both Howard and Letwin are Jewish, and the Labour Party was accused of encouraging anti-Semitism ; the Labour Party denied any such implication, but withdrew the posters.
Both and antisemitism
Both Adevărul and Dimineaţa were noted for their rejection of interwar antisemitism, and for condemning the far right and fascist segment of the political spectrum.
Both groups were organized by the political activist Theodor Fritsch, a major figure in German antisemitism.
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Both I and my feelings come up out of a chain of events that fan out into the past into sources that are ultimately very unlike the entity which I now am.
Both allowances are governed by conditions and restrictions set forth in detail in the state's Travel Regulations.
Both of these systems are essential for the production, development, and use of the National Forests.
Both the photocathode and the image plane of such an electrode configuration are curved concave as seen from the anode aperture.
Both man and wife should be aware of the fact that a lack of climax, and even the absence of the anticipated keen pleasure are not a sign that the wife may be cold or frigid.
Both are primarily concerned with the uses that can be made of the material that the collector has found.
Both Miss Garson and her oilman-rancher husband are active supporters of Boys Clubs of America and patrons of the vivid art and opera colony that flourishes in New Mexico.
Both are 6 feet tall and weigh between 195 and 200 pounds, but Mantle, incredibly muscular ( he has a 17-1/2-inch neck ), looks bigger.
Both these types, and those in between, are in existence by reason of a legislative interest in libraries that began at Albany as early as 1950, with the creation by the legislature of county library systems financed by county governments with matching funds from the state.
Both are members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, the African Union and other multilateral organizations.