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Earlier and books
Earlier Berkeley studies estimated that by the end of 1999, the sum of human-produced information ( including all audio, video recordings and text / books ) was about 12 exabytes of data.
* Earlier Epistle to the Ephesians Non-canonical books referenced in the New Testament
Earlier, some works were published which constituted " future history " in a more literal sense — i. e., stories or whole books purporting to be excerpts of a history book from the future and which are written in the form of a history book — i. e., having no personal protagonists but rather describing the development of nations and societies over decades and centuries.
Earlier examples of ancient Chinese poetry may have been lost because of the vicissitudes of history, such as the burning of books by Qin Shihuang, although one of the targets of this last event was the Shi Jing, which has nevertheless survived
Earlier books include A Primer on Money, Banking and Gold ( Random House 1965 ), as well as Economist on Wall Street ( Macmillan 1970 ), and The Price of Prosperity ( Doubleday, 1962 ), in addition to two books on government finance co-authored with Robert Heilbroner.
Earlier efforts to create reference material and standardize the language such as books ( 1980 Talking to the Deaf, 1994 Dictionary of SASL can only be used has historical records of the language.
* Earlier Spanish editions of Ehret ’ s books contained various translation errors such as using the word legumes instead of vegetables.
Earlier books on the 1919-1923 period do not mention the Cairo gang as such and one mystery is where the name first occurs.

Earlier and such
Earlier generations will remember other notable characters who have been phased out, such as Biffo the Bear and Lord Snooty.
Earlier Indian epics such as Vyasa's Mahabharata and Valmiki's Ramayana also contained fables within the main story, often as side stories or back-story.
Earlier, such terms were introduced in the Maxwell – Stefan diffusion equation.
Earlier Khoisan populations were absorbed by Bantu peoples, such as the Sotho and Nguni, but the Bantu expansion stopped at the region with winter rainfall.
Earlier curved sword designs similar to the katana were used in China such as the Zhanmadao.
Earlier cell cycle checkpoints such as post-restriction point check between G < sub > 1 </ sub > phase and S phase similarly involve proteasomal degradation of cyclin A, whose ubiquitination is promoted by the anaphase promoting complex ( APC ), an E3 ubiquitin ligase.
Earlier rendering algorithms, such as Whitted-style ray tracing were capable of computing effects such as reflections, refractions, and shadows, but despite being highly global phenomena, these effects were not commonly referred to as " global illumination.
Earlier Christians fighting the Moors, such as Pelayo, could plausibly be described as natives opposing foreign invasion and conquest ; however, by the time most parts of Muslim Iberia were ( re ) conquered by Christian forces, the Muslim population there was centuries old, and much of it undoubtedly composed of converted Iberians rather than migrants from other Muslim lands.
Earlier references such as a reference to an actual seal from his vineyard are said not to prove he sold wine just fermented his grapes for his own use.
Earlier systems, such as the Wettstein system, last revised in 1935, and the Engler system, updated in 1964, recognised a similar order ( containing the same plants, although divided over fewer families ) Scitamineae.
Earlier infantry anti-tank weapons, such as anti-tank rifles, anti-tank missiles and magnetic anti-tank mines, had limited armor-penetration abilities and / or required a soldier to approach the target closely.
Earlier ccNUMA systems such as those from Silicon Graphics were based on MIPS processors and the DEC Alpha 21364 ( EV7 ) processor.
Earlier treatments may be found in history of religion and belief in magic power of spells, also later in monotheistic religions, such as in the works of some church fathers, following much cited New Testament ideas like ζάω γάρ ὁ λόγος ὁ θεός καί ἐνεργής ( Hebrews 4: 12 ) in turn based on much cited Old Testament ideas like כן יהיה דברי אשר יצא מפי לא ־ ישוב אלי ריקם כי אם ־ עשה את ־ אשר חפצתי והצליח אשר שלחתיו ׃ ( Isaiah 55: 11 ).
Earlier restaurants were known for their Cape Cod-style buildings, blue roofs, small steeples, and nautically-themed decorations such as seats made to look like nautical flags.
Earlier invitational tournaments, such as the " Syraquiz " at Syracuse University, had occurred in the 1950s and 1960s.
Earlier ancestors, such as the Ahalolfings are suspected.
Earlier marches, such as the ones from George Frideric Handel, Wolfgang Mozart, and Ludwig van Beethoven tended to be part of a symphony or a movement in a suite.
Earlier, such videos had been rare: according to MTV, this was because it initially conceived itself as a rock-music-oriented channel, although musician Rick James was outspoken in his criticism of the cable channel, claiming in 1983 that MTV's refusal to air the music video for his song " Super Freak " and clips by other African-American performers was " blatant racism ".
Earlier microcomputer systems such as the MITS Altair used a series of switches on the front of the machine to enter data.
Earlier jazz styles typically were built on a framework of song forms, such as the twelve-bar blues or the 32-bar AABA popular song form, with a set framework of chord changes.
* Announcer Gary Owens standing in an old-time radio studio with his hand cupped over his ear, making announcements, often with little relation to the rest of the show, such as ( in an overly-dramatic voice ), " Earlier that evening ..."
Earlier forms of plantation agriculture were associated with large disparities of wealth and income, foreign ownership and political influence, and exploitative social systems such as indentured labor and slavery.
Earlier statements of this type had either been, except for Gentzen, extremely complicated, ad-hoc constructions ( such as the statements generated by the construction given in Gödel's incompleteness theorem ) or concerned metamathematics or combinatorial results.

Earlier and What
* Jacques, David, " What to Do about Earlier Inaccurate Restoration: A Case Study of Chiswick House ", in APT Bulletin, Volume 24, Number 3 / 4, Conserving Historic Landscapes, 1992, 4 – 13
# Earlier Aryan settlements in India ( What he calls Gaurang's-white skinned )

Earlier and Girl
Earlier English operas by Wallace, Michael Balfe and Julius Benedict were also included in the company's repertoire ; not just standard works like The Bohemian Girl and Maritana, but less-familiar operas such as Balfe's Satanella ( 1858 ) and Wallace's Lurline ( 1860 ).

Earlier and Know
Earlier in his career Hernandez also did album covers for some " Nardcore " punk bands, such as Ill Repute and Dr. Know, the latter of whom featured his younger brother Ismael on bass.

Earlier and Margaret
Earlier works were Fanny Kemble ( 1933 ) by Leota Stultz Driver and Fanny Kemble: A Passionate Victorian ( 1938 ) by Margaret Armstrong.
Earlier, she and Alex Metreveli were the first players from the Soviet Union to reach a Grand Slam final when they teamed at Wimbledon in 1968, losing to Margaret Court and Ken Fletcher.
Earlier in his career, Kennedy won the Bancroft Prize for his Birth Control in America: The Career of Margaret Sanger ( 1970 ) and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for World War I, Over Here: The First World War and American Society ( 1980 ).

Earlier and 1920
Earlier censuses were taken in 1872 ( the first ), 1900, 1920, 1941, 1950, 1960, 1970, 1980, 1991, 2000 and 2010.
Earlier methods used in cognitive neuroscience includes EEG ( human EEG 1920 ) and MEG ( 1968 ).

Earlier and Stone
He therefore proposed a relative chronology of periods with floating dates, to be called the Earlier and Later Stone Age.
Many sites across the province, mostly in open air locales or in sediments alongside rivers or pans, document Earlier, Middle and Later Stone Age habitation.
* The Stone Face: Fragments of An Earlier World
* Clark, Grahame ( 2009 ) The Earlier Stone Age Settlement of Scandinavia ( Cambridge University Press ) ISBN 978-0-521-10767-9
* The Price of Stone and Earlier Poems ( Wake Forest U. Press, 1985 )
* Clark, Grahame ( 2009 ) The Earlier Stone Age Settlement of Scandinavia ( Cambridge University Press ) ISBN 978-0-521-10767-9

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