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By the 1970s, the idea that the game had been created solely by Charles Darrow had become popular folklore: it was printed in the game's instructions and even in the 1974 book The Monopoly Book: Strategy and Tactics of the World's Most Popular Game by Maxine Brady.
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By and 1970s
By the 1970s the authors of volumes such as Reinventing Anthropology worried about anthropology's relevance.
By the 1970s the shift was underway from the earlier economic history to cultural history and the history of mentalities.
By the 1970s the government adopted a policy of keeping employment artificially high in the declining industry.
By the mid-1950s the system was being used in at least sixty British libraries and in a hundred by the 1970s.
By the mid 1970s, born again Christians were increasingly referred to in the mainstream media as part of the born again movement.
By 1968, the design had reached the one known today, and has been used continuously from this year, apart from a period in the 1970s when the just the letters CAFC appeared on the team's shirts.
By 1982 the stagnation of the Soviet economy was obvious, as evidenced by the fact that the Soviet Union had been importing grain from the U. S. throughout the 1970s, but the system was so firmly entrenched that any real change seemed impossible.
By the late 1970s, two and a half million British homes received their television service via cable.
By the early 1970s electronic pocket calculators ended manufacture of mechanical calculators, although the Curta remains a popular collectable item.
By the late 1970s, RCA decided to remove Atkins from his producing duties and replace him with younger men.
By the late 1970s, a strong anti-disco sentiment developed among rock fans and musicians, particularly in the United States.
By the late 1970s, melodrama was nearly finished as an overt genre, as the hunger for realism dominated film in groundbreaking movies like Martin Scorsese's Mean Streets.
By the late 1970s, the EPLF had become the dominant armed Eritrean group fighting against the Ethiopian Government, and Isaias Afewerki had emerged as its leader.
During the late 1970s he acquired a large public audience as a critic of the then Labour government's disregard of civil liberties ; his writings from this time are collected in Writing By Candlelight ( 1980 ).
By the late 1970s, these had achieved only mixed results due to flaws in the planning process as well as inadequate funding and a shortage of the skilled managers and technicians needed for implementation.
By the early 1970s, the picture changed: software costs were dramatically increasing, a growing software industry was competing with the hardware manufacturer's bundled software products ( free in that the cost was included in the hardware cost ), leased machines required software support while providing no revenue for software, and some customers able to better meet their own needs did not want the costs of " free " software bundled with hardware product costs.
By the late 1970s, many companies around the world ( but especially Japan ), entered the fax market.
By the early 1970s there were 22 associations with women's sections in the FIH and 36 associations in the IFWHA.
By the mid 1970s, there were enough media zines being published that adzines existed just to advertise all of the other zines available.
By the 1970s the science fiction community was confronting questions of feminism and sexism within science fiction culture itself.
By and idea
By this time Churchill was not so cordial toward moving Poland westward as he had been at Teheran, where he and Eden had both heartily approved the idea.
) By its greater corporeal presence and its greater extraneousness, the affixed paper or cloth serves for a seeming moment to push everything else into a more vivid idea of depth than the simulated printing or simulated textures had ever done.
By " necessary connection ", Hume means the power or force which necessarily ties one idea to another.
By focusing consciously on an idea, feeling or intention the meditant seeks to arrive at pure thinking, a state exemplified by but not confined to pure mathematics.
By 1827, he had abandoned law and embarked on a geological career that would result in fame and the general acceptance of uniformitarianism, a working out of the idea proposed by James Hutton a few decades earlier.
By that time the military and strategic situation of Russia had become more difficult due of the rise of Germany and Japan, and Russian central administration and the idea of Pan-Slavism had grown in Saint Petersburg.
By the 1920s, the idea of an Israelite conquest of Canaan-the story of the book of Joshua-was not supported by the archaeological record.
By historism, he means the tendency to regard every argument or idea as completely accounted for by its historical context, as opposed to assessing it by its merits.
By late 1943, the tide of the war was turning against the Axis powers, but this only spurred Goebbels to intensify the propaganda by urging the Germans to accept the idea of total war and mobilization.
By 1991, Bacon began to give up the idea of playing leading men in big-budget films and to remake himself as a character actor.
By whatever name, advocates had two strong beliefs: opposition to the idea of forceful sexual activity in a relationship and advocacy for a woman to use her body in any way that she pleases.
By using this method students gain the big idea they're taught and later are more willing to learn and keep the specifics of the concept or theory taught.
# By self knowledge to further the acceptance of the idea of the Celtic character of Cornwall, one of the six Celtic nations.
By the early 1960s minimalism emerged as an abstract movement in art ( with roots in geometric abstraction of Kazimir Malevich, the Bauhaus and Piet Mondrian ) that rejected the idea of relational and subjective painting, the complexity of abstract expressionist surfaces, and the emotional zeitgeist and polemics present in the arena of action painting.
The authors call this concept a ‘ conduit metaphor .’ By this they meant that a speaker can put ideas or objects into words or containers, and then send them along a channel, or conduit, to a listener who takes that idea or object out of the container and makes meaning of it.
By the late 1960s, Porsche had changed significantly as a company, and executives including owner Ferdinand Porsche were playing with the idea of adding a luxury touring car to the line-up.
" By the mid-1970s ," according to The Continuum Political Encyclopedia of the Middle East, " the idea of Arab unity became less and less apparent in Arab politics, though it remained a wishful goal among the masses.
By the late twenties, the idea for electrified string instruments had been around for some time, and experimental banjo, violin and guitar pickups had been developed.
By the following century, the idea of the stars being the same as the Sun was reaching a consensus among astronomers.
By watching the valve rhythmically move up and down, Papin conceived of the idea of a piston and a cylinder engine.
By the end of the 1960s, the idea of the Third World came to represent countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America that were considered underdeveloped by the West based on a variety of characteristics ( low economic development, low life expectancy, high rates of poverty and disease, etc .).
By establishing a pattern, sometimes with the use of a powerful computer, mathematicians may have an idea of what to prove, and in some cases even a plan for how to set about doing the proof.
By 1638, Williams ' ideas had ripened to the point that he accepted the idea of believer's baptism, or credobaptism.