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From this widening usage has come the more modern sense of the word.
* From " Crete ", where iodine insufficiency ( hypothyroidism ) was common prior to the modern era.
* From the New Deal to the New Right: race and the southern origins of modern conservatism / Joseph E Lowndes., 2008
From the viewpoint of the ancient Greeks, a person's public life was not separated from their private life, and Greeks did not distinguish between the two worlds according to the modern western conception.
From the modern viewpoint, there is essentially only one Euclidean space of each dimension.
From a more modern perspective, Haeckel's drawings were the beginnings of the field of evolutionary developmental biology ( evo-devo ).
From the early 1930s the Japanese had been at war against both the Chinese Nationalists and the Russians in China, and used the experience to improve both training and aircraft, replacing biplanes with modern cantilever monoplanes and creating a cadre of exceptional pilots for use in the Pacific War.
From the early modern period till the late twentieth century, the two dominant varieties of foundationalist theories were rationalism and empiricism ( or British empiricism ), both of which are internalist views.
From then on Galen and the Greek medical tradition in general became assimilated into the medieval and early modern Islamic Middle East.
From the latter part of the 18th century, grammar came to be understood as a subfield of the emerging discipline of modern linguistics.
From these, the Gothic genre per se gave way to modern horror fiction, regarded by some literary critics as a branch of the Gothic although others use the term to cover the entire genre.
From there, they then went on to Accra in the Gold Coast ( modern Ghana ).
From 2004 onward, various efforts were launched to port the Hurd to more modern microkernels.
From archaeological finds in Great Britain, the Romans appeared to have attempted to protect their horses ' feet with a strap-on, solid-bottomed " hipposandal " that has a slight resemblance to the modern hoof boot.
From the need for horseshoes, the craft of blacksmithing became " one of the great staple crafts of medieval and modern times and contributed to the development of metallurgy .” A treatise titled " No Foot, No Horse " was published in Great Britain in 1751.
From this foundation, the modern human rights arguments emerged over the latter half of the twentieth century.
From 1913 onwards parts of her collection were open to the public ; until the mid 1930s her exhibition hall in The Hague was one of the very rare places where one could see more than a few works of modern art.
From Tolkien to the modern day, authors in this genre tend to create their own worlds where they set multi-tiered narratives such as the Belgariad, Malloreon, Wheel of Time, Malazan Book of the Fallen, The Black Company, The Sword of Truth, A Song of Ice and Fire, and Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn.
From these two basic types, a few modern designs have been created, such as the Hohner CBH-2016 chromatic and the Suzuki Overdrive diatonic, which have complex covers that allow for specific functions not usually available in the traditional design.
From Robertson, Madison learned mathematics, geography, and modern and ancient languages.
From the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, the kingdom extended from Lebanon in the north to the Sinai Desert in the south, into modern Jordan and Syria in the east, and towards Fatimid Egypt in the west.
From French inspired traditional to modern, these fountains offer visitors to the city an unexpected bonus.
From the middle ages to early modern period the Khalkha, Uriankhai and Buryats were counted as eastern Mongols while the Oirats, living mainly in the Altay region, belonged to the western Mongols.
From Nkhotakota, the slaves were transported in caravans of no less than 500 slaves to the small island of Kilwa Kisiwani off the coast of modern day Tanzania.

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From the other perspective, Alcott's unique teaching ideas created an environment which produced two famous daughters in different fields, in a time when women were not commonly encouraged to have independent careers.
From a subjective perspective, antipsychotics heavily influence one's perceptions of pleasurable sensations, causing a severe reduction in feelings of desire, motivation, pensive thought, and awe.
From a geostructural perspective the Azores is located above an active triple junction between three of the world's large tectonic plates ( the North American Plate, the Eurasian Plate and the African Plate ), a condition that has translated into the existence of many faults and fractures in this region of the Atlantic.
From a sociological and demographic perspective, the Big Brother franchise allows the opportunity for analysis of how people react when forced into close confinement with people who lie outside their comfort zone, since they may hold different opinions or ideals from other contestants, or simply belong to a different group of people than a contestant normally interacts with.
From an articulatory perspective this terminology is incorrect, as breathy voice is a different type of phonation from aspiration.
From one perspective, the copula always relates two things as subsets.
From a popular perspective, the term Chicano became widely visible outside of Chicano communities during the American civil rights movement.
From a geological perspective, it did not take long for mammals and birds to greatly diversify in the absence of the large reptiles that had dominated during the Mesozoic.
From the Orthodox perspective, Conservative Jews are considered just as Jewish as Orthodox Jews, but they are viewed as misguided, consistent violators of halakha.
From the time of Deng Xiaoping onwards, there has been a drift of focus towards a Marxist-inspired, moderated by Conficianism, nationalist perspective, and consideration of China's contemporary international status became of paramount importance in historical studies.
From this perspective, much literary critical theory, since it is focused on interpretation and explanation rather than on social transformation, would be regarded as positivistic or traditional rather than critical theory in the Kantian or Marxian sense.
From the perspective of the rotating frame, the additional force terms are experienced just like the real external forces and contribute to the apparent acceleration.
From the perspective of the developing world, the benefits of forest as carbon sinks or biodiversity reserves go primarily to richer developed nations and there is insufficient compensation for these services.
From this perspective, everyone speaks a dialect.
From a neurological perspective, different types of writing system, for example alphabetic as compared to logographic writing systems, require different neurological pathways in order to read, write and spell.
From a theoretical perspective, both tao and dao transliterations if pronounced according to English spelling conventions are equally close to, or far from, the Standard Chinese pronunciation of.
From another perspective, the farmer and the miller both reduce a risk and acquire a risk when they sign the futures contract: the farmer reduces the risk that the price of wheat will fall below the price specified in the contract and acquires the risk that the price of wheat will rise above the price specified in the contract ( thereby losing additional income that he could have earned ).
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 a classical perspective, the electromagnetic field can be regarded as a smooth, continuous field, propagated in a wavelike manner ; whereas from the perspective of quantum field theory, the field is seen as quantized, being composed of individual particles.
From the Eastern Orthodox perspective, a council is accepted as being ecumenical if it is accepted by the Eastern Orthodox church at large clergy, monks and assembly of believers.
From an economic perspective environmental laws may be understood as concerned with the prevention of present and future externalities, and preservation of common resources from individual exhaustion.
From the 1960s to present day educational psychology has switched from a behaviorist perspective to a more cognitive based perspective because of the influence and development of cognitive psychology at this time.

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