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For centuries his book was obscure, even within the Muslim world, but in the early 19th century extracts were published in German and English based on manuscripts discovered in the Middle East, containing abridged versions of Ibn Juzayy's Arabic text.
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For centuries the North Atlantic nations dominated the world and as long as they did they could afford the luxury of fighting each other.
For the Greeks, Apollo was all the Gods in one and through the centuries he acquired different functions which could originate from different gods.
For much of the 19th and early 20th centuries, many linguists who studied Turkic, Mongolic, and Tungusic regarded them as members of a common Ural – Altaic family, together with Finno-Ugric and Samoyedic, based on such shared features as vowel harmony and agglutination.
For centuries after the fall of the Achaemenid Empire in 331 BCE, Imperial Aramaic — or near enough for it to be recognisable — would remain an influence on the various native Iranian languages.
For many centuries following his death Alboin's heroism and his success in battle were celebrated in Saxon and Bavarian epic poetry.
For instance, the local charter of the Basque-colonized Ojacastro valley ( now in La Rioja ) allowed the inhabitants to use Basque in legal processes in the 13th and 14th centuries.
For many centuries to come Basel possessed the only permanent bridge over the river " between Lake Constance and the sea ".
For the next four centuries, the Kingdom of Croatia was ruled by the Sabor ( parliament ) and a Ban ( viceroy ) appointed by the king.
For example, the word chief ( meaning the leader of any group ) comes from the Middle French chef (" head "), and its modern pronunciation preserves the Middle French consonant sound ; the word chef ( the leader of the cooks ) was borrowed from the same source centuries later, by which time the consonant had changed to a " sh "- sound in French.
For centuries, through the modern times, the majority regarded Cagots of western France and northern Spain as an inferior caste, the untouchables.
For example, a continuous chain of speakers across the centuries links Vulgar Latin to all of its modern descendants.
For the upper class of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, diplomatic immunity was an easy concept to understand.
For centuries, Dominicans have been instrumental in spreading the rosary and emphasizing the Catholic belief in the power of the rosary.
For centuries Egyptians attempted to predict and take advantage of these flows and thereby moderate the severity of floods.
For centuries sweetwater artesian wells in the Fayyum Oasis have permitted extensive cultivation in an irrigated area that extends over.
For centuries, many philosophers and scientists supposed that extrasolar planets existed, but there was no way of knowing how common they were or how similar they might be to the planets of the Solar System.
For centuries it was stored in the Royal Library in Copenhagen but in 1971 it was returned to Iceland.
For centuries some Western Latin Bibles used to contain a small Epistle from Paul to the Laodiceans.
For many centuries the Enchiridion was regarded as a suitable manual of practical philosophy, maintaining its authority both with Christians and Pagans.
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In his recent book, Hurray For Anything ( 1957 ), one of the most important short poems -- and it is the title poem for one of the long jazz arrangements -- is written for recital with jazz.
For example, if an author is paid a modest advance of $ 2000. 00, and their royalty rate is 10 % of a book priced at $ 20. 00-that is, $ 2. 00 per book-the book will need to sell 1000 copies before any further payment will be made.
For me it ’ s the book that does everything right, the example of what science fiction does when it works.
For example, he almost always uses the terms " Australes " and " Occidentales " for the South and West Saxons respectively, but in a passage in the first book he uses " Meridiani " and " Occidui " instead, as perhaps his informant had done.
* For the rest of Solomon's reign the text names its source as " the book of the acts of Solomon ", but other sources were employed, and much was added by the redactor.
For example, Hacking writes " And neither the Dutch book argument, nor any other in the personalist arsenal of proofs of the probability axioms, entails the dynamic assumption.
For liturgy they looked to Laud's book and in 1724 the first of the ' Wee Bookies ' was published, containing, for the sake of economy, the central part of the Communion beginning with the Offertory.
In Canto XI of the same book a hermit named Māṇḍakarṇi is mentioned: " For he, great votarist, intent -- On strictest rule his stern life spent -- ... -- Ten thousand years on air he fed ..." ( English quotations are from Ralph T. H. Griffith's translation ).
" For instance ," said Dr. Joseph Merlino, Senior Editor of the book Freud at 150: 21st Century Essays on a Man of Genius, " that ... I'm a cross-dresser and I don't want to keep it confined to my circle of friends, or my party circle, and I want to take that to my wife and I don't understand why she doesn't accept it, or I take it to my office and I don't understand why they don't accept it, then it's become a problem because it's interfering with my relationships and environment.
For example, in the 1919 book Chemistry of Human Life physician George W. Carey states that, " Health depends on a proper amount of iron phosphate Fe < sub > 3 </ sub >( PO < sub > 4 </ sub >)< sub > 2 </ sub > in the blood, for the molecules of this salt have chemical affinity for oxygen and carry it to all parts of the organism.
For instance, Martin L Friedland, in his book My Life in Crime and Other Academic Adventures, contends that the rule should be changed so that a retrial is granted only when the error is shown to be responsible for the verdict, not just one of many factors.
For example, Phillip E. Johnson makes this accusation of atheism with reference to Charles Hodge's book What Is Darwinism ?.
For example, " raisins are the wrath of grapes " is a play on the title of the book The Grapes of Wrath.
For example, suppose that person S believes he saw Tom Grabit steal a book from the library and uses this to justify the claim that Tom Grabit stole a book from the library.
For example, if I say “ Star Wars is a shitty movie ,” and my friend says, “ Star Wars is not a shitty movie !” We have no shared reality, for in our language, truth lies in only one of our statements and we can forever argue these truths until one of us writes a book and has more authority than the other.
For example, the imperative Perl programming language has been the subject of a book describing how to apply functional programming concepts.
For instance, there are similarities between 1 Peter and Peter's speeches in the Biblical book of Acts.
Ernest Hemingway in For Whom the Bell Tolls made deliberate use of false friends as one of the devices intended to convey to the reader that English conversations in the book in fact represent Spanish.
For a while he " went native " in his own country, dressing like a tramp and making no concessions to middle-class mores and expectations ; he recorded his experiences of the low life for use in The Spike, his first published essay in English, and in the second half of his first book, Down and Out in Paris and London ( 1933 ).
For most of the book, it is assumed that the perpetrator is mentally deranged and that this is a sufficient motive.
For much of the book he is in Italy, dealing with a major crisis which for a time seemed to threaten the outbreak of a new European war ( as he tells Bunter ).