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For the late 19th century the music publishing industry found a market for what are often termed sentimental ballads, and these are the origin of the modern use of the term ballad to mean a slow love song.
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For this concept of an Advisory Board, ancillary to the Board of Trustees, we are indebted to the late President of Harvard University, A. Lawrence Lowell, a master of the subject of the structure of cultural institutions and their administration.
For critics, Hardy has had no poetic periods -- one does not speak of early Hardy or late Hardy, or of the London or Max Gate period, but simply of Hardy, as of a poetic monolith.
: For the city in the late Roman and the Eastern Roman or Byzantine periods ( 330 – 1453 ), see Constantinople.
For many years, bouldering was commonly viewed as a playful training activity for climbers, although in the 1930s and late 1940s Pierre Allain and his companions enjoyed bouldering for its own sake in Fontainebleau, considered by many to be the Mecca of bouldering.
For some this marks the beginning of the " mature " Classical style, where the period of reaction against the complexity of the late Baroque began to be replaced with a period of integration of elements of both Baroque and Classical styles.
For instance, David Letterman is well known for branching into late night television as a talk show host while honing his skills a stand-up comedian, Barbra Streisand ventured into acting while operating as a singer, or Clint Eastwood, who achieved even greater fame in Hollywood for being a film director and a producer than for his acting credentials.
For example, the Union Cycliste Internationale, the governing body of international cycle sport ( which sanctions races such as the Tour de France ), decided in the late 1990s to create additional rules which prohibit racing bicycles weighing less than 6. 8 kilograms ( 14. 96 pounds ).
For example, series of humorous tips in MikroBitti 5 / 1989 said " When programming late, coffee and kebab keep nicely warm on top of the 1541.
For a short period in the late 1840s, Germany was united with Hoffman's borders, with a democratic constitution in the make, and with the black-red-gold flag to represent it.
The line-up was completed by Tony and Hunt Sales, whom Bowie had known since the late 1970s for their contribution, on drums and bass respectively, to Iggy Pop's 1977 album Lust For Life.
For example the late Alam Lohar is a good example of a classical South Asian folk singer of great repute.
For example, one key meeting location was in the U. S. at the Dakin Building, then owned by American philanthropist Henry Dakin, who had extensive Russian contacts: During the late 1980s, as glasnost and perestroika led to the liquidation of the Soviet empire, the Dakin building was the location for a series of groups facilitating United States-Russian contacts.
For OECD countries, in the late 2000s, considering the effect of taxes and transfer payments, the income Gini coefficient ranged between 0. 24 to 0. 49, with Slovenia the lowest and Chile the highest.
Feminists, beginning in the late 18th century with Mary Wollstonecraft in 1792 have criticized Rousseau for his confinement of women to the domestic sphere — unless women were domesticated and constrained by modesty and shame, he feared " men would be tyrannized by women ... For, given the ease with which women arouse men's senses ... men would finally be their victims ...." His contemporaries saw it differently because Rousseau thought that mothers should breastfeed their children.
For instance, the Godbeites broke from the LDS Church in the late 19th century on the basis of both political and religious liberalism, and in 1985 the Restoration Church of Jesus Christ broke from the LDS Church as an LGBT-friendly denomination.
For instance, some European late Upper Paleolithic cultures domesticated and raised reindeer, presumably for their meat or milk, as early as 14, 000 BP.
For example, before the 2007 federal election, which Labor won, he criticised the then opposition industrial relations spokesperson Julia Gillard, saying she lacked an understanding of principles such as enterprise-bargaining set under his government in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
For this reason, the possibility of experimentally testing quantum gravity had not received much attention prior to the late 1990s.
For example, with a 20 MHz 68000 processor ( typical of late 1980s ), task switch times are roughly 20 microseconds.
For a brief period in the late 1950s Orbison made his living at Acuff-Rose, a songwriting firm concentrating mainly on country music.
For example, the walls of Vienna that had held off the Turks in the mid-seventeenth century were no obstacle to Napoleon in the late eighteenth.
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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 comparison, a Roman 1st BC century catapult using stones of 6. 55 kg fired with a kinetic energy of 16, 000 joules, while a mid 19th century 12 pound cannon firing projectiles of 4. 1 kg fired the projectile with a kinetic energy of 240, 000 joules.
For a time in the 19th century, stolen bases were credited when a baserunner reached an extra base on a base hit from another player.
For example, the traditional common law rule through most of the 19th century was that a plaintiff could not recover for a defendant's negligent production or distribution of a harmful instrumentality unless the two were in privity of contract.
For example, in the Opium War in China, during the 19th century, British battleships bombarded the coastal areas and fortifications from afar, safe from the reach of the Chinese cannon.
For example, the formation of the modern states of Germany and Italy in the 19th century is closely associated with the wars of expansion and consolidation led by Prussia and Sardinia, respectively.
For example, in the 19th century, the Sun appeared to be no more than 20 million years old, but the Earth appeared to be no less than 300 million years ( resolved by the discovery of nuclear fusion and radioactivity, and the theory of quantum mechanics ); or current attempts to resolve theoretical differences between quantum mechanics and general relativity.
For the upper class of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, diplomatic immunity was an easy concept to understand.
For a brief period in the 1790s the British attempted to establish a rival foothold on an offshore island, at Bolama, but by the 19th century the Portuguese were sufficiently secure in Bissau to regard the neighbouring coastline as their own special territory.
For the first time, Verdi attempted an opera without a love story, breaking a basic convention in 19th century Italian opera.
For much of the 19th and 20th centuries, the US was the largest oil producing country in the world ; it is now the 3rd largest.
For example, the question of the legality and morality of a widower who wished to marry his deceased wife's sister was the subject of long and fierce debate in the United Kingdom in the 19th century, involving, among others, Matthew Boulton.
For much of the 19th century, production was done in small mills, which were typically water-powered and built to serve local needs.
For George Woodcock this attitude can be also motivated by certain idea of resistance to progress and of rejection of the growing materialism which is the nature of American society in the mid 19th century.
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.
For many years, Kinglassie was a weaving village but in the 19th and 20th centuries it developed as a mining town.
For instance, a claim that was first propagated in the 19th century and is still very common in popular culture is the supposition that all people in the Middle Ages believed that the Earth was flat.
For instance, in the early 19th century, the Native American woman Sacagawea, who would help translate for the Lewis and Clark Expedition, was married to the French-Canadian trapper Toussaint Charbonneau.
For historical reasons palaeontology is part of the geology departments of many universities, because in the 19th century and early 20th century geology departments found palaeontological evidence important for estimating the ages of rocks while biology departments showed little interest.
For much of the 19th Century, the principal parties favored Puerto Rico becoming one of the Spanish provinces in equal footing with the rest of the provinces ; such a standing was given twice, under liberal governments, but it was revoked as many times when the monarchs regained their power.
For a time during the 19th century pantheism was the theological viewpoint of many leading writers and philosophers, attracting figures such as William Wordsworth and Samuel Coleridge in Britain ; Johann Gottlieb Fichte, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel in Germany ; Walt Whitman, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau in the USA.
For example, in the 19th century a number of European policing agencies undertook cross-border surveillance because of concerns about anarchist agitators and other political radicals.