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From the 980s, Gerbert of Aurillac ( later, Pope Sylvester II ) used his position to spread knowledge of the numerals in Europe.
From his associations in the house of his uncle, and later as his uncle's disciple and as a member of the academy at Sepphoris, Rav acquired such an extraordinary knowledge of traditional lore as to make him its foremost exponent in his native land.
From knowledge of books held in the library at Malmesbury Abbey and available as source works, and from the identification of certain words particular to the local dialect found in the text, the transcription may have been made there.
From a sociological point of view, Danielle Lindemann has noted the " embattled purity regime " in which many pro-dommes emphasise their specialist knowledge and professional skills, while distancing themselves from economic criteria for success, in a way which is comparable to avant-garde artists.
From these considerations of Scripture comes the simplest way to imitate Christ: an emulation of the moral actions and attitudes that Jesus demonstrated in His earthly ministry becomes the most significant way to feel and have knowledge of God.
From Saul, slave of God and emissary of Jesus the anointed, for the sake of the faith of God's chosen, and their knowledge of the truth which is in accordance with the fear of Heaven ”
From Late Antiquity, and from the beginnings of Christian theology, knowledge of the sphericity of the Earth had become widespread.
From road signs to technical schematics, from interoffice memorandums to reference manuals, graphic design enhances transfer of knowledge and visual messages.
" From then on Rabbeinu HaKadosh stopped coming, since he did not want his coming to become public knowledge.
From the 1960s, the knowledge frame or just frame has been used.
From this knowledge he created Waterfall and Up and Down, featuring irregular perspectives similar to the concept of the Möbius strip.
From our knowledge, performances were given in the house of Cardinal Wolsey by boys of St. Paul ’ s School as early as 1527.
From this supposition, however, he finally establishes the possibility of acquiring knowledge about the world based on deduction and perception.
For them, ' primitive ' denotes irrational use of resources and absence of the intellectual and moral standards of ' civilised ' human societies .... From the standpoint of anthropological knowledge, both these views are equally one-sided and simplistic.
From the fall of Rome to the French Revolution, knowledge of soil and agriculture was passed on from parent to child and as a result, crop yields were low.
From this springboard, intuitionists seek to reconstruct what they consider to be the corrigible portion of mathematics in accordance with Kantian concepts of being, becoming, intuition, and knowledge.
From their point of view, " Falun Dafa is knowledge rather than religion, a new form of science rather than faith.
Benjamin states :" The seal or coat-of-arms of the Naval Academy has for its crest a hand grasping a trident, below which is a shield bearing an ancient galley coming into action, bows on, and below that an open book, indicative of education, and finally bears the motto, ' Ex Scientia Tridens ' ( From knowledge, sea power ).
From 2008 he is the Honorary President of the Permanent Platform of Atomium Culture, an innovative structure composed of some of the most authoritative universities, newspapers and businesses in Europe for the selection, exchange and dissemination of the most innovative European research, to increase the movement of knowledge across borders, across sectors and to the public at large.
From the lists of Diogenes Laërtius, giving 227 titles, it appears that the activity of Theophrastus extended over the whole field of contemporary knowledge.
From the Middle Ages until the turn of the 18th century the skills, knowledge and experience to build ample log structures with plane and well sealed walls, as well as with flush joints, were performances out of the ordinary.
From the numerous incidental references in his works, and from his knowledge of European literature, it may be inferred that he spent some time abroad.
From this knowledge, ES cell contributions to chimeras have been developed.
From this an argument can be made that institutionalizing children in a so-called " one size fits all " or " factory model " school is an inefficient use of the children's time, because it requires each child to learn a specific subject matter in a particular manner, at a particular pace, and at a particular time regardless of that individual's present or future needs, interests, goals, or any pre-existing knowledge he or she might have about the topic.

From and probabilities
From the Kolmogorov axioms, one can deduce other useful rules for calculating probabilities.

From and each
From next New Year's Day let us keep careful account of each successive fatality on the highways, publicizing it on all media of communication.
From there on, each Junior was going to be judged individually.
From an estimated mass of 25 g for a zero-magnitude meteorite, the other masses are derived with the assumption of a mass decrease by a factor of 2.512 for each unit increase in magnitude.
The details of the setting of `` Neutral Tones '' are not, strictly speaking, metaphorical, but they combine to create a mood which is appropriate both to a dismal winter day and to the end of love, and in this way love and weather, the emotions and the elements, symbolize each other in a way that is common to many of Hardy's best poems ( `` Weathers '', `` The Darkling Thrush '', and `` During Wind and Rain '', for example ) and to some moving passages in the novels as well ( Far From The Madding Crowd is full of scenes constructed in this way ).
From the dry ground in late summer ( August in zone 7 ) each bulb produces one or two leafless stems 30 60 cm tall, each of which bears a cluster of 2 to 12 funnel-shaped flowers at their tops.
He also says: " From either end protrudes a blunt chin ; each is far from each other.
From 1994 to 1996, Marvel Comics published a monthly Beavis and Butt-Head comic under the Marvel Absurd imprint by a variety of writers, but with each issue drawn by artist Rick Parker.
From 1947 through 1956, each BBWAA voter used discretion as to who qualified as a rookie.
From 1969 to 1993, home field advantage was alternated between divisions each year regardless of regular season record and from 1995 to 1997 home field advantage was predetermined before the season.
From the beginning of each playing period with a stroke-off ( a set strike from the centre-spot by one team ) until the end of the playing period, the ball is in play at all times, except when either the ball leaves the field of play, or play is stopped by the referee.
From 1265, two burgesses from each borough were summoned to the Parliament of England, alongside two knights from each county.
From 1981 and each year onwards information that corresponds to a population and housing census is retrieved from registers.
From 1851 onwards the census shows the stated age and relationship to the head of household for each individual.
From a geometrical point of view, looking at the states of each variable of the system to be controlled, every " bad " state of these variables must be controllable and observable to ensure a good behaviour in the closed-loop system.
From 1975 to 1979, a Canadian progressive power trio, Rush, released three albums containing sidelong epics, regarded by some as concept albums ( though not actually concept albums by strict definition of the term ; that is, none of the other songs on the album have anything to do with each other or the 20-minute sidelong epic, so there is no pervasive concept or story ).
From 1950 to 1980, DDT was extensively used in agriculture — more than 40, 000 tonnes were used each year worldwide — and it has been estimated that a total of 1. 8 million tonnes have been produced globally since the 1940s.
From the highest ranks of the mediaeval hierarchy ( usually pope and emperor ) descending to its lowest ( beggar, peasant, and child ), each mortal ’ s hand is taken by a skeleton or an extremely decayed body.
From a more advanced perspective, each of these definitions may be interpreted as giving the unique analytic continuation of e < sup > x </ sup > to the complex plane.
From the Yellow River, over 1. 6 billion tons of sediment flows into the ocean each year.
From the modern viewpoint, there is essentially only one Euclidean space of each dimension.
From the view of Western psychoanalysis and therapy, the state of " oneness " can be either positive or negative depending on the patient, and in the context in which these feelings occur in each patient.
From 1998, the game grew in popularity: a public server was installed that hosted games permanently, archiving them and showing an animated gif replay of each game on its website.

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