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Other Saturdays are devoted to studies of a selected American composer, a particular type of music or the music of a given country.
The specific procedures for appealing, including even whether there is a right of appeal from a particular type of decision, can vary greatly from country to country.
Regional dialects in the United States typically reflect some elements of the language of the main immigrant groups in any particular region of the country, especially in terms of pronunciation and vernacular vocabulary.
Relations with Ghana, in particular, have warmed with a change in government in that country.
In certain Gulf Arab countries, " bachelor " can refer to men who are single as well as immigrant men married to a spouse residing in their country of origin ( due to the high added cost of sponsoring a spouse onsite ), and a colloquial term " executive bachelor " is also used in rental and sharing accommodation advertisements to indicate availability to white-collar bachelors in particular.
illegal logging activities throughout the country and strip mining for gems in the western region along the border with Thailand have resulted in habitat loss and declining biodiversity ( in particular, destruction of mangrove swamps threatens natural fisheries ); soil erosion ; in rural areas, most of the population does not have access to potable water ; declining fish stocks because of illegal fishing and overfishing
To find out which currency is used in a particular country, check list of circulating currencies.
All different forms of companies depend on the particular law of the particular country in which they reside.
People having second homes because of working in another part of the country or retaining a holiday cottage are difficult to fix at a particular address sometimes causing double counting or houses being mistakenly identified as vacant.
The use of the term is often found on websites and in books and articles by critics of the current economic situation in a particular country, especially the United States.
*, the collective body of foreign diplomats accredited to a particular country or body
In England the particular style of dance described here is much more commonly referred to as " Playford ", and the term " country dancing " is used to cover the complete range of different English folk dance styles.
It is also a justification for free trade policies, since some economies of scale may require a larger market than is possible within a particular country — for example, it would not be efficient for Liechtenstein to have its own car maker, if they would only sell to their local market.
In particular Bainimarama says that the two countries were exerting pressure on Sri Lankan judges, brought in by Bainimarama to replace the uncooperative local judiciary, not to travel to the country and refusing to grant them transit visas.
In particular Bainimarama says that the two countries were exerting pressure on Sri Lankan judges, brought in by Bainimarama to replace the uncooperative local judiciary, not to travel to the country and refusing to grant them transit visas.
Its statutory law of 27 February 2004 gives it the particular designation of " overseas country " to underline the large autonomy of the territory.
Because the territory of a particular country must be the same color, four colors may not be sufficient.
People familiar with folk dancing can often determine what country a dance is from even if they have not seen that particular dance before.
The Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank, tried to identify the key factors necessary to measure the degree of freedom of economy of a particular country.
Various resources from national geological survey organizations are accessible online to assist in assessing the risk factors in granite country and design rules relating, in particular, to preventing accumulation of radon gas in enclosed basements and dwellings.
Over the next few years Fox continued to travel around the country as his particular religious beliefs took shape.
The show's additional legacy — probably its main one to most of the Southern and rural viewers in particular — was the hundreds of performances of country music, bluegrass, gospel music, and other traditional styles, that were featured on it during its run.
This was to be a source of particular trouble in the south-west of the country, an area particularly strong in its Presbyterian sympathies.

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If a work is divided into several large segments, a last-minute drawing of random numbers may determine the order of the segments for any particular performance.
Evidence is plentiful that early and later also he has been indebted to the Gothic romancers, who deal in extravagant horror, to the symbolists writing at the end of the preceding century, and in particular to the stream-of-consciousness novelists, Henry James and James Joyce among them.
Ptolemy's problem is to forecast where, against the inverted bowl of night, some particular light will be found at future times.
The strongest appeal of the Copernican formulation consisted in just this: ideally, the justification for dealing with special problems in particular ways is completely set out in the basic ' rules ' of the theory.
The `` conventional '' image of a particular time and place is not necessarily congruent with the image of the facts as established over the years by scholarly and scientific research.
The symposium provides an opportunity to confront the self with specific statements which were made at particular times by identifiable communicators who were addressing definite audiences -- and throughout several hundred pages everyone is talking about the same key symbol of identification.
But there is one in particular which, it seems to me, deserves special attention.
At Sounion there is a group of beautiful columns, the ruins of a temple to Poseidon, of particular interest at that time, as active reconstruction was in progress.
Each will decide on his own course somewhere between these two extreme cases according to the sense of responsibility which is determined for him by the particular circumstances of his own life.
In Plato's mind there is an irresolvable conflict between the poet and the philosopher, because the poet imitates only particular objects and is incapable of rising to the first level of abstraction, much less the highest level of ideal forms.
The wisdom of granting such tax exemptions is another matter, but this particular instance is, in my opinion, completely satisfactory.
It makes no difference what part of the world is involved, what form of regime, what particular issue.
Molotov, in particular, is being charged with all kinds of sins -- especially with wanting to cut down free public services, to increase rents and fares ; ;
It would seem, then, that movable property and equipment is not taxed as a whole but that certain types are taxed in towns where this is bound to be expedient for that particular kind of personal property.
It is not clear, however, whether they are thinking of all movable property or only of boats, trailers, aircraft or certain other types of personal property whose assessment would be advantageous to their particular towns.
If the resulting difference for the particular State is less or more than these extremes, the State's allotment percentage must be raised or lowered to the appropriate extreme.
Determine if the particular State's unadjusted allotment ( result obtained in item 11 above ) is greater than its maximum allotment, and if so lower its unadjusted allotment to its maximum allotment.
Determine if the particular State's unadjusted allotment ( result obtained in item 11 above ) is less than its minimum ( base ) allotment, and if so raise its unadjusted allotment to its minimum allotment.
If the resulting difference for the particular State is less or more than these extremes, the State's Federal share must be raised or lowered to the appropriate extreme.
For this reason, the more uncertain skywave service was denominated `` secondary '' in our rules, as compared to the steadier, more reliable groundwave `` primary service '', and, for both skywave service and skywave interference, signal strength is expressed in terms of percentage of time a particular signal-intensity level is exceeded -- 50 percent of the time for skywave service, 10 percent of the time for skywave interference.
The exercise I shall discuss in this -- the first of a new series of articles on muscle definition-specialization of a particular body part -- is the One Leg Lunge.

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