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By subduing disparate lesser groups the nation has, to some degree at least, broadened the capacity for individual liberty.
Soon some members of the two industry groups doubtless will want to amend their codes on grounds that otherwise they will suffer unfairly from the efforts of non-code competitors.
Although biopsies have shown structural changes in some of the reported cases of steroid-induced weakness, this case provides the only example known to us in which necropsy afforded the opportunity for extensive study of multiple muscle groups.
In the urban area, in other words, they, unlike some urban ethnic groups, do not concentrate in ghetto colonies.
This catalogue lists separately films suitable for children, young adults, or adults, although some classics cut across age groups, such as `` Nanook Of The North '', `` The Emperor's Nightingale '', and `` The Red Balloon ''.
It has controversially been argued by some evolutionary scientists such as E. O. Wilson that natural selection can act at the level of non-kin groups to produce adaptations that benefit a non-kin group even if these adaptions are detrimental at the individual level.
Thus, while altruistic persons may under some circumstances be outcompeted by less altruistic persons at the individual level, according to group selection theory the opposite may occur at the group level where groups consisting of the more altruistic persons may outcompete groups consisting of the less altruistic persons.
According to the fossil record, Lissamphibia, which includes all modern amphibians and is the only surviving lineage, may have branched off from the extinct groups Temnospondyli and Lepospondyli at some period between the Late Carboniferous and the Early Triassic.
The phylogeny of Paleozoic amphibians is uncertain, and Lissamphibia may possibly fall within extinct groups like the Temnospondyli ( traditionally placed in the subclass Labyrinthodontia ), and the Lepospondyli, and in some analysis even the amniotes.
Many are phototrophic, although some groups contain members that are mixotrophic, deriving energy both from photosynthesis and uptake of organic carbon either by osmotrophy, myzotrophy, or phagotrophy.
The Turkish language and the Islamic religion were gradually introduced as a result of the Seljuk conquest, and this period marks the start of Anatolia's slow transition from predominantly Christian and Indo-European and Semitic-speaking, to predominantly Muslim and Turkish-speaking ( Although some ethnic groups such as Armenians, Greeks, Assyrians and Georgians retained Christianity and their native languages ).
For example, in some groups, the group operation is commutative, and this can be asserted with the introduction of an additional axiom, but without this axiom we can do quite well developing ( the more general ) group theory, and we can even take its negation as an axiom for the study of non-commutative groups.
This evidence of warfare, conflict, and cannibalism is hotly debated by some scholars and interest groups.
* Cluster analysis – techniques for grouping objects into a collection of groups ( called clusters ), based on some measure of proximity or similarity
In some categories — notably groups, rings, and Lie algebras — it is possible to separate automorphisms into two types, called " inner " and " outer " automorphisms.
Thus, over the past 1, 500 years, some Christians have used the term Arian to refer to those groups that see themselves as worshiping Jesus Christ or respecting his teachings, but do not hold to the Nicene creed.
The earliest known Christian monastic communities ( see Monasticism ) consisted of groups of cells or huts collected about a common center, which was usually the house of some hermit or anchorite famous for holiness or singular asceticism, but without any attempt at orderly arrangement.
The debate over the Americans with Disabilities Act led some religious groups to take opposite positions.
Others have speculated that instead of social groups, at least some of these finds represent Komodo dragon-like mobbing of carcasses, where aggressive competition leads to some of the predators being killed and cannibalized.
* There are some Hindu groups which may be considered animist.
However, this division into two groups is considered by some modern scholars to be too simplistic and often it is practically impossible to know whether a lyric composition was sung or recited, or whether or not it was accompanied by musical instruments and dance.
According to Arab tradition, the ensuing war pushed Ghana over the edge, ending the kingdom's position as a commercial and military power by 1100, as it collapsed into tribal groups and chieftaincies, some of which later assimilated into the Almoravids while others founded the Mali Empire.

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Vargas stayed true to his promise when at the first official press conference for the fight, Mayorga said some offensive things towards Vargas and attempted to slap him.
The knight-to-be would receive the accolade of three light blows on the shoulder with a sword and, in some cases, a ritual slap in the face, said to be the last affronts he could accept without redress.
The slap technique bears some resemblance to tambour, a percussive technique used in flamenco and classical guitar, although the tonal quality produced in this technique is quite different from that of a slapped electric bass.
When Jewish girls menstruate for the first time, their mothers often slap them across the face, a cultural tradition thought by some to signify the difficulties of life as a woman.
For example, in Slap Her ... She's French girls and women typically slap boys, men and other females who offend them in some way and humiliate them.
This acceptance of gender-based abuse has been justified by some on the basis that women are generally physiologically weaker than men and cause less harm than men when they slap.
Having expected some sort of " slap on the wrist ", he was embittered and made statements to different newspapers that he would never set foot in North America again.
With some violence ( a bite from her and a slap from him ), he throws her out of the car and drives off.
In funk-oriented groups that do not have a drummer, the electric bass player may take over some of the drummer's role by using slap bass.
With slap bass, the bassist slaps the low strings to create a strong " thump " ( similar to the bass drum's role ) and " snaps " or " pops " the high strings to create a percussive effect ( the latter takes over some of the role played by the hi-hat cymbals ).
The hand also allows the player to " slap " objects and thereby interact with them: creatures will hurry up when slapped, chickens in a Hatchery will " splat ," and some traps will be triggered.
"-" Oui, some of them slap, but some of them fuck.
The recusal has been called into question by some commentators, as other cases have warranted a " slap on the wrist ", such as the Marion Barry trial in 1990 where Jackson said, " that he had never seen a stronger government case and was upset that some jurors would not vote to convict.
He is reciting some of what Muhammad ( their most hated enemy ) brought !’ They began to slap his face but he continued reciting.
The older one was a two stage trigger that was about twice as heavy, and some complaints included trigger slap.

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The issue of the instrument's exact lineage is still a matter of some debate, and the supposition that the double bass is a direct descendant of the viol family is one that has not been entirely resolved.
The double bass is closest in construction to violins, but has some notable similarities to the violone ( literally " large viol "), the largest and lowest member of the viola da gamba family.
Unlike the violone, however, the fingerboard of the double bass is unfretted, and the double bass has fewer strings ( the violone, like most viols, generally had six strings, although some specimens had five or four ).
The frog of the double bass bow is usually made out of ebony, although snakewood and buffalo horn are used by some luthiers.
While amplification is rarely used in classical music, in some cases where a bass soloist performs a concerto with a full orchestra, subtle amplification called acoustic enhancement may be used.
While orchestral bass solos are somewhat rare, there are some notable examples.
In addition, the double bass sections of some orchestras perform as an ensemble, such as the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's Wacker Consort.
The string bass is the most commonly used bass instrument in bluegrass music and is almost always plucked, though some modern bluegrass bassists have also used a bow.
Common rhythms in bluegrass bass playing involve ( with some exceptions ) plucking on beats 1 and 3 in 4 / 4 time ; beats 1 and 2 in 2 / 4 time, and on the downbeat in 3 / 4 time ( waltz time ).
Some players use the more nimble tips of the fingers to play fast-moving solo passages or to pluck lightly for quiet tunes. The use of amplification allows the player to have more control over the tone of the instrument, because amplifiers have equalization controls that allow the bassist to accentuate certain frequencies ( often the bass frequencies ) while de-accentuating some frequencies ( often the high frequencies, so that there is less finger noise ).
In the experimental post 1960s eras, which saw the development of free jazz and jazz-rock fusion, some of the influential bassists included Charles Mingus ( 1922 – 1979 ), who was also a composer and bandleader whose music fused hard bop with black gospel music, free jazz and classical music ; free jazz and post-bop bassist Charlie Haden ( born 1937 ) is best known for his long association with saxophonist Ornette Coleman and for his role in the 1970s-era Liberation Music Orchestra, an experimental group ; Eddie Gomez and George Mraz, who played with Bill Evans and Oscar Peterson, respectively, and are both acknowledged to have furthered expectations of pizzicato fluency and melodic phrasing, fusion virtuoso Stanley Clarke ( born 1951 ) is notable for his dexterity on both the upright bass and the electric bass, and Terry Plumeri, noted for his horn-like arco fluency and vocal tone.
In some cases, bassists supplement their performing and teaching income with other related music jobs, such as working as a bass repairer ( luthier ); as a contractor who hires musicians for orchestras or big bands, composing music ( e. g., Dave Holland ), songwriting, conducting ( e. g., David Currie ) or acting as a bandleader ( e. g., Charles Mingus ).
In some styles of music particular extensions are normal, for example double bass drums in heavy metal music.
Double bass drums or a double bass pedal are standard for some genres, particularly in heavy rock music.
Zorn later formed the Painkiller project with ambient dub producer Bill Laswell on bass guitar and Mick Harris on drums, which also collaborated with Justin Broadrick on some work.
' Joey Ramone & the Resistance ' ( Daniel Rey on guitar, John Connor on bass guitar and Roger Murdock on drums ) debuted Ramone's interpretation of Louis Armstrong's " Wonderful World ' live, as well as Ramone's choice of Ramones classics and some of his other favorite songs ; The Dave Clark Five's " Any Way You Want It ", The Who's " The Kids are Alright and The Stooges ' " No Fun.
The band, with which she sang and played bass guitar ( as well as some guitar and piano ), was signed to North Carolina's Mammoth Records and received a fair amount of airplay on college radio through the early 1990s.
He has used Rickenbacker 4001 and 4003 bass guitars almost exclusively since his Hawkwind days, although some of these instruments were modified with the installation of Gibson Thunderbird pickups in the neck position.
For some instruments, teachers also train students in the use of the feet, as in the case of piano or other keyboard instruments that have damper or sustain pedals on the piano, the pedal keyboard on a pipe organ, and some drums and cymbals in the drum kit such as the bass drum pedal and the hi-hat cymbal pedal.

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