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The depersonalization continued as the dancer was further metamorphosed by the play of lights upon his figure.
But his own work was evolving further.
`` The case was that Bang-Jensen came up to Shann claiming he had found further errors in the report.
Without further inquiry, Pike jumped to the conclusion that Robinson was guilty, and, following the honorable route that would eventually lead to the dueling ground, sent a message to Robinson through his friends, demanding that he either confirm or deny his complicity.
There was one further step in my religious progress.
In the eyes of those who still cared for such things, it was a reflection on his honor, and it gave further grounds for complaint to his overtaxed subjects, who were already grumbling -- although probably not in Latin -- `` Non est lex sana Quod regi sit mea lana ''.
In 1954 I was drafted and after serving two years honorably on Active Duty I was not required to participate in any further Army Reserve activities.
In order to further refine the management of passenger vehicles, on July 1, 1958, the actual title to every vehicle was transferred, by Executive Order, to the Division of Methods, Research and Office Services.
Counsel for the Government invited Du Pont's views on this proposal before recommending a specific program, but stated that if the court desired, or if counsel for Du Pont thought further discussion would not be profitable, the Government was prepared to submit a plan within thirty days.
He says that he was not permitted to rebut before the hearing officer statements attributed to him by the local board, and, further, that he was denied at trial the right to have the Department of Justice hearing officer's report and the original report of the Federal Bureau of Investigation as to his claim -- all in violation of the Fifth Amendment.
Considering the high cost of the F-108 system -- over $4 billion for the force that had been planned -- and the time period in which it would become operational, it was decided to stop further work on the project.
Referring further to the Foundation's officers, Dr. James F. Mathias, for eleven years our discerning colleague as Associate Secretary, was promoted to be Secretary.
The new work was a boon to the partnership, not only for its own value but particularly for the stimulation it provided to the imagination of J. R. Brown toward yet further developments for production equipment.
Not until the group was satisfied in this area were they willing to venture further to ( 2 ), Specific adjustment areas, such as sex, in-laws, religion, finance, and so on.
Then the fact that the lower channel line was pierced had further forecasting significance.
There was further elimination of all companies that were not accompanied by the name of a responsible company executive.
The prevalent opinion which we encountered in a variety of expressions in your country denied not only the existence of this conflict but it was elaborated even further with an incredible semantic dexterity.
We may carry this sequence one step further and say that at seventy he was a poet at the height of his powers, wanting only the impetus of two tragedies, one personal, the other national, to loose those powers in poetry.
A further example of the incompatible difference in personalities was when two policemen held up a Torrio beer convoy on a West Side street and demanded $300 to let it through.
There was no cleaning or further care, but the wound healed in less than two weeks and showed no scar.
There was another on this side, a little further down.
The jury further said in term-end presentments that the City Executive Committee, which had over-all charge of the election, `` deserves the praise and thanks of the City of Atlanta '' for the manner in which the election was conducted.
But he further said that it was better politics to let others question the wisdom of administration policies first.

was and popularised
Schools will vary in their approach, but in North America the most popular method taught derives from the " system " of Constantin Stanislavski, which was developed and popularised in America by Lee Strasberg, Stella Adler, and others.
Rumble in the Bronx was a 1995 Jackie Chan kung-fu film, another which popularised the Bronx to international audiences.
Nevertheless, it was the French mathematician Pierre-Simon Laplace, who pioneered and popularised what is now called Bayesian probability.
A broadside song Captain Kidd's Farewell to the Seas, or, the Famous Pirate's Lament was printed shortly after his execution and popularised the common belief that Kidd had confessed to the false charges.
He is best known as the author of Principles of Geology, which popularised James Hutton's concepts of uniformitarianism – the idea that the earth was shaped by the same processes still in operation today.
The 1744 version of the song was popularised in Scotland and England the following year, with the landing of Charles Edward Stuart and was published in The Gentleman's Magazine ( see illustration above ).
By the Victorian era Gothic had ceased to be the dominant genre and was dismissed by most critics ( in fact the form's popularity as an established genre had already begun to erode with the success of the historical romance popularised by Sir Walter Scott ).
According to Eurogamer. net, " Id Software has been synonymous with PC game engines since the concept of a detached game engine was first popularised ".
It was popularised in the form of Hasidic Judaism from the 18th century onwards.
In Australia, karaoke was gradually popularised in the late 1980s.
The theory of guild socialism was developed and popularised by G. D. H. Cole who formed the National Guilds League in 1915 and published several books on guild socialism, including Self-Government in Industry ( 1917 ) and Guild Socialism Restated ( 1920 ).
The Gospel of Luke was written around AD 70 to 90, and it is from here that the name was first popularised.
The term " New Left " was popularised in an open letter written in 1960 by sociologist C. Wright Mills ( 1916 – 62 ) entitled Letter to the New Left.
The modern game of polo, though formalised and popularised by the British, is derived from Manipur ( now a state in India ) where the game was known as ' Sagol Kangjei ', ' Kanjai-bazee ', or ' Pulu '.
It was linked to festivals held around the same time in other Celtic cultures, and was popularised as the " Celtic New Year " from the late 19th century, following Sir John Rhys and Sir James Frazer.
Its description as " Celtic New Year " was popularised in 18th century literature.
Although Hodge's suggestion that Mount Multnomah is a supervolcano was rejected long ago, the term " supervolcano " was popularised by the BBC popular science television program Horizon in 2000 to refer to eruptions that produce extremely large amounts of ejecta.
He popularised the terms evolution and survival of the fittest, and many thought Spencer was central to evolutionary thinking.
* The story of Thuggee was popularised by books such as Philip Meadows Taylor's novel Confessions of a Thug, 1839, leading to the word " thug " entering the English language.
Uniformitarianism was formulated by Scottish naturalists in the late 18th century, starting with the work of the geologist James Hutton, which was refined by John Playfair and popularised by Charles Lyell's Principles of Geology in 1830.

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