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In one variant emphasizing their fruitful aspect, Thallo, Auxo, and Carpo — the goddesses of the three seasons the Greeks recognized: spring, summer and autumn — were worshipped primarily amongst rural farmers throughout Greece.
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Amok is also sometimes considered one of the subcategories of dissociative disorders ( cross-cultural variant ).
There are three squadrons operating the A-1, one of them equipped with the RA-1 variant having a reconnaissance function as its primary role, but retaining all attack capabilities of the A-1.
In Buddhism, a bodhisattva ( bodhisattva ; bodhisatta ) is either an enlightened ( bodhi ) existence ( sattva ) or an enlightenment-being or, given the variant Sanskrit spelling satva rather than sattva, " heroic-minded one ( satva ) for enlightenment ( bodhi ).
Hypergammon is a variant of backgammon in which players have only three checkers on the board, starting with one each on the 24 -, 23-and 22-points.
However, the original Counter-Strike is still available and played by many people via Steam, as the two variants are quite different, and players inevitably prefer one variant over the other.
According to one variant of the Valentinian system, the Demiurge is besides the maker, out of the appropriate substance, of an order of spiritual beings, the devil, the prince of this world, and his angels.
* The most important variation to the simple variant is an improvement by R. W. Floyd that, in practice, gives about a 25 % speed improvement by using only one comparison in each siftup run, which must be followed by a siftdown for the original child.
* Kaddish ahar Hakk ' vura ( קדיש אחר הקבורה ) Literally " Kaddish after a Burial ", also called Kaddish d ' Ithadata ( קדיש דאתחדתא ) named after one of the first distinguishing words in this variant.
Carl is the spelling variant he used for one company, C. Benz Söhne, he formed with his son Eugen after leaving the active management of his long standing company, but remaining on its board of directors for the rest of his life ( through its merger with Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft in which the two companies became Daimler-Benz ), and it is used for his autobiography by a recent publisher.
" Another variant model is the one alleging that certain men think in terms of a virgin / whore dichotomy, in which women who do not adhere to an Abrahamic standard of moral purity are considered " whores ".
The pronunciation is the more common one in the USA, and is the first-listed variant in various American dictionaries ( e. g., Merriam-Webster Collegiate, American Heritage ).
If one wishes to employ the notation for a different purpose ( such as denoting open intervals on the real number line ) the ordered pair may be denoted by the variant notation
In one common variant, exactly thirteen hands are played — the final hand, in which each player is dealt 13 cards, is played without a trump suit ( or by cutting the deck to determine trump ).
There is generally no qualifier to win high, although one common variant is any pair / no pair, where a hand of at least a pair is required to win high and any hand with no pair is required to win low.
One may declare a number of cards to draw in a draw poker game ( which is typically not binding ), or one may declare some other choice specific to the variant being played.
A variant of the Type 911, one of the most famous and successful sports cars of all time, the Type 912 initially outsold the 911, boosting the manufacturer's total production until success of the 911 was assured.
He was added to one variant of Rose Red and the White Lily, apparently on no more connection than that one hero of the other variants is named " Brown Robin.
This variant is supported only by one Greek manuscript Uncial 0250, and by Codex Bobiensis, syr < sup > c, s, p, pal </ sup >, arm, Diatessaron.
# In the " continuous " variant, whenever a vertical set of blocks has been cleared and the remaining blocks have shifted to one side, a new, randomly-selected column of blocks will pop up on the other side, thereby allowing a game to be played for an extended amount of time.
A variant of the defense in the previous paragraph is to have a double-layer of detection of the exploit ; both of which are kept secret but one is allowed to be " leaked ".
In addition to the most common three axles variant, cargo trailers with only two or only one axle are in use, again usually with larger single wheels.
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Of course, it wasn't Anne and George's fault that one family crisis seemed to follow another, and weren't they always emphasizing that they really didn't know what they would do without Theresa??
Under the influence of several younger scholars, a new approach came to predominate among British anthropologists, concerned with analyzing how societies held together in the present ( synchronic analysis, rather than diachronic or historical analysis ), and emphasizing long-term ( one to several years ) immersion fieldwork.
Eusebius was intent upon emphasizing the difference of the persons of the Trinity and maintaining the subordination of the Son ( Logos, or Word ) to God ( Eusebius never calls Jesus o theós, but theós ) because in all contrary attempts he suspected either polytheism ( three distinct gods ) or Sabellianism ( three modes of one divine person ).
The Brunnier Art Museum, Iowa ’ s only accredited museum emphasizing a decorative arts collection, is one of the nation's few museums located within a performing arts and conference complex, the Iowa State Center.
Thus, it has generally been used to describe something which, while unreal, is so in a very specific or unusual fashion, usually one emphasizing not just the " not real ," but some form of estrangement from our generally accepted sense of reality.
Vietnam's economic policy following the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis has been a cautious one, emphasizing macroeconomic stability rather than growth.
A promotional image for the event of Second Coming was released depicting two versions of Hope Summers, the so called Mutant Messiah — one angelic, emphasizing her role as a savior, the other as evil and surrounded by the Phoenix Force, depicting her as a destroyer.
Since the movement's international expansion beginning in the 1960s and extension of social and cultural activities beginning in the 1970s, Ikeda expanded his predecessor's ideas of " human revolution " and " engaging with the world, rather than liberation from it ", emphasizing, in the words of one observer, a " humanistic activism " as both the religious and social aims of Nichiren Buddhism.
Instead, he has worked towards establishing reliable political customs when transitioning one government administration to another, emphasizing constitutional law and protocol, and representing the Spanish State domestically and internationally, all the while maintaining a professionally non-partisan yet independent monarchy.
In the screen shots to the right, the first image comes from the very end of one shot and the second is the very beginning of the next shot — thus emphasizing the gap in action between the two ( when Seberg picked up the mirror ).
Very often, one or more characters will continue to repeat one line or phrase that tends to have a pessimistic connotation, sometimes emphasizing the inevitability of death.
" Also others take a more positive view, emphasizing Hagar's piety, noting that she was " the one who had sat by the well and besought him who is the life of the worlds, saying ' look upon my misery '".
* comparing two Christian communities by emphasizing the achievements and ideals of one, and the weaknesses and practical problems of the other ;
In unitarism, the organization is perceived as an integrated and harmonious whole with the ideal of " one happy family ", where management and other members of the staff all share a common purpose, emphasizing mutual cooperation.
His speech on 18 July 1938 is one of the best known of these, in which he implores his fellow Spaniards to seek reconciliation after the fighting ends, emphasizing the need for " Peace, Pity, and Pardon.
In contrast to the Hellenistic-influenced Christology of Alexandria, Rome, and Constantinople, Antiochene theology was greatly influenced by Rabbinic Judaism and other modes of Semitic thought — emphasizing the single, transcendent divine substance (), which in turn led to adoptionism in certain extremes, and to the clear distinction of two natures of Christ (: dyophysitism ): one participating in humanity, the other in divinity.
Yogācāra ( Sanskrit ; literally: " yoga practice "; " one whose practice is yoga ") is an influential school of Buddhist philosophy and psychology emphasizing phenomenology and ( some argue ) ontology through the interior lens of meditative and yogic practices.
Lastly, she became one of the Seven Gods of Fortune when the Sino-Japanese characters used to write her name changed to 弁財天 ( Benzaiten ), emphasizing her role in bestowing monetary fortune.
* A way of life emphasizing perfect amounts of everything, not indulging in too much of one thing, hence moderation.
The city also received the 2005 national " flag award ," as well as the Council for a beautiful Israel's " Stars of Beauty " prize as one of the cleanest Israeli municipalities, and for community education programs emphasizing recycling, for five years running.
The ICF uses a positive, holistic language emphasizing skills, capacities, and strengths of an individual rather than focusing on one ’ s deficits and disabilities.
Players who know the trick may fool others with complicated hand gestures and by emphasizing one of the words.