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But once Milne had, in his own words, " said goodbye to all that in 70, 000 words " ( the approximate length of his four principal children's books ), he had no intention of producing any reworkings lacking in originality, given that one of the sources of inspiration, his son, was growing older.
The principal cause of acid rain is sulfur and nitrogen compounds from human sources, such as electricity generation, factories, and motor vehicles.
Additionally, though the Chronicler's principal source is the Deuteronomistic History, coming primarily, as stated above, from the books of 2 Samuel and 1 – 2 Kings and other public records and sources ( see above ), the Chronicler also uses other biblical sources, particularly from the Pentateuch, as redacted and put together by P ( the Priestly Source ).
For narrative history the principal sources are the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle and the Irish annals.
For narrative history the principal sources are the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle and the Irish annals.
In fact Herodotus was in the habit of seeking out information from empowered sources within communities, such as aristocrats and priests, and this also occurred at an international level, with Periclean Athens becoming his principal source of information about events in Greece.
Public international law has three principal sources: international treaties, custom, and general principles of law.
These are its principal sources of hard currency earnings.
Jewish holidays, observed by Jews throughout the year, have three principal sources: Biblical mitzvot ( commandments ), rabbinical mandate, and modern Israeli history.
The animals which are now the principal sources of meat were domesticated in conjunction with the development of early civilizations:
In the case of the Earth, the principal sources of tidal force are the Sun and Moon, which continuously change location relative to each other and thus cause nutation in Earth's axis.
The person whose pile contained the most ostraka would be banished, provided that an additional criterion of a quorum was met, about which there are two principal sources:
The principal sources of silver are the ores of copper, copper-nickel, lead, and lead-zinc obtained from Peru, Bolivia, Mexico, China, Australia, Chile, Poland and Serbia.
The principal sources today are the ion adsorption clays of southern China.
In the Moroccan-administered territory, fishing and phosphate mining are the principal sources of income for the population.
Western sources have cited counterfeiting as a principal concern of VCD users.
The principal surviving literary sources are Dio Cassius ( a contemporary and sometimes first-hand observer, but for this reign, only transmitted in fragments and abbreviations ), Herodian and the Historia Augusta ( untrustworthy for its character as a work of literature rather than history, with elements of fiction embedded within its biographies ; in the case of Commodus, it may well be embroidering upon what the author found in reasonably good contemporary sources ).
By the 1790s most of the viable stocks of mahogany in Jamaica had been cut, and the market was divided between two principal sources or types of mahogany.
The principal sources of 1 / f noise in electronic devices are almost invariably the slow fluctuations of properties of the condensed-matter materials of the devices.
The deerskin trade brought white-tailed deer to the brink of extinction, and as pigs and cattle were introduced, they became the principal sources of meat.
According to a UN climate report, the Himalayan glaciers that are the principal dry-season water sources of Asia's biggest rivers-Ganges, Indus, Brahmaputra, Yangtze, Mekong, Salween and Yellow-could disappear by 2035 as temperatures rise and human demand rises.
In other sources, he is said to have introduced the first principal actor in addition to the chorus.

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In the summary of the principal events of the campaign compiled from the official records there are only ten days which show no fighting.
SBA works closely with the principal property disposal installations of the Federal Government in reviewing proposed sales programs and identifying those types of property that small business concerns are most likely to be interested in purchasing.
If the less developed countries are to be persuaded to adopt a long-term approach, the United States, as the principal supplier of external aid, must be prepared to give long-term commitments.
after completing the payments prescribed by paragraphs ( 2 ) and ( 3 ) of this subsection, to make payments, from time to time in ratable proportions, on account of the unpaid principal of all awards in the principal amount of more than $1,000, according to the proportions which the unpaid principal of such awards bear to the total amount in the fund available for distribution at the time such payments are made ; ;
Their locations in all parts of the United States, and their locations in the several kinds of educational and research institutions that are the principal homes of our intellectual and artistic strengths also are factors in the Trustees' minds.
There are three principal feed bunk types for dairy and beef cattle: ( 1 ) Fence-line bunks -- cattle eat from one side while feed is put in from the opposite side of the fence by self-unloading wagons ; ;
During summer vacation periods these records are stored in the office of the principal.
Of the various particle accelerators, the Van De Graff machines, resonant transformers, and linear accelerators are the principal ones available for commercial use.
In other countries where cereal grains are not among the principal crops of a region, starchy tubers or roots are processed for starch.
These, he said, are `` two of the principal underlying causes for family breakups leading to ADC ''.
While it must be said that these same Protestants have built some new churches during this period, and that religious population shifts have emptied churches, a principal reason for this phenomenon of redundancy is that fewer Protestants are going to church.
There are three principal families of abugidas, depending on whether vowels are indicated by modifying consonants by diacritics, distortion, or orientation.
They are derived from the characteristics of their spectroscopic lines: sharp, principal, diffuse, and fundamental, the rest being named in alphabetical order ( omitting j ).
The principal abalone farming regions are China, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea.
His principal theological works are a commentary in three volumes on the Books of the Sentences of Peter Lombard ( Magister Sententiarum ), and the Summa Theologiae in two volumes.
However we are told by Longinus that Ammonius wrote nothing, and if Ammonius was the principal influence on Plotinus, then it is unlikely that Ammonius would have been a Christian.
Aldosterone's effects are on the distal convoluted tubule and collecting duct of the kidney where it causes increased reabsorption of sodium and increased excretion of both potassium ( by principal cells ) and hydrogen ions ( by intercalated cells of the collecting duct ).
Mycenae and Tiryns are the two principal sites on which evidence of a prehistoric civilization was remarked long ago by the classical Greeks.
There are difficulties in this story, of which the following are the principal elements:

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