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Like most dialects of English it is distinguished primarily by its vowel phonology.
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Like most major works of synthesis, The History Of England is informed by the positive views of a first-class mind, and this is surely a major work.
Like the Yankees' slugger, Mays, the terror of the Giants, has had seasons that would be considered the ultimate by most players, but not by -- or for -- Willie.
Like Agatha Christie, she isn't overly fond of the detective she is most famous for creating – in Ariadne's case the Finnish sleuth Sven Hjerson.
Like most primitive, but unlike all previously recognized hominins, it had a grasping or big toe adapted for locomotion in the trees.
Like most of the other vertebrate fossils from the formation, Albertosaurus remains are found in deposits laid down in the deltas and floodplains of large rivers during the later half of Horseshoe Canyon times.
Like the historical Absalom, Absalom Kumalo was at odds with his father, the two fighting a moral and ethical battle of sorts over the course of some of the novel's most important events.
Like most of ASU's colleges and schools ( e. g. Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, W. P.
Paddy Chayefsky's Academy Award-winning Marty was the most notable examination of working class Bronx life was also explored by Chayefsky in his 1956 film The Catered Affair, and in the 1993 Robert De Niro / Chazz Palminteri film, A Bronx Tale, Spike Lee's 1999 movie Summer of Sam, centered in an Italian-American Bronx community, 1994's I Like It Like That that takes place in the predominately Puerto Rican neighborhood of the South Bronx, and Doughboys, the story of two Italian-American brothers in danger of losing their bakery thanks to one brother's gambling debts.
Like so many others, Étienne was eventually forced to flee Paris because of his opposition to the fiscal policies of Cardinal Richelieu, leaving his three children in the care of his neighbor Madame Sainctot, a great beauty with an infamous past who kept one of the most glittering and intellectual salons in all France.
Like zinc, it prefers oxidation state + 2 in most of its compounds and like mercury it shows a low melting point compared to transition metals.
Like most imperative languages in the ALGOL tradition, C has facilities for structured programming and allows lexical variable scope and recursion, while a static type system prevents many unintended operations.
Like BBC1, the ITV network was officially broadcast in black and white ( though programmes were actually broadcast in colour as early as July that year for colour transmission testing and adjustment ) at this point so the episode was seen by most in black and white.
Most episodes in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s rated with over 20 million viewers and during the 1990s and early 2000s 15 – 20 million per episode would be typical Like most terrestrial television in the UK, a dramatic decline in viewership has taken place and the show currently posts figures of between 8 and 14 million per episode.
" Like most Americans then and since, Story took individualism for granted ; on that basis, he simply could not comprehend a rule that allowed a court to bind someone who had never been a party to litigation purportedly conducted on his behalf.
Like most other types of subpixel rendering, ClearType actually involves a compromise, sacrificing one aspect of image quality ( color or chrominance detail ) for another ( light and dark or luminance detail ).
Like most state agencies, Caltrans maintains its headquarters in Sacramento, which is covered by District 3.
Like other succulent plants, most cacti employ a special mechanism called " Crassulacean acid metabolism " ( CAM ) as part of photosynthesis.
Like the PDP-1, about 54 PDP-4's were eventually sold, most to a customer base similar to the original PDP-1.
Like and dialects
Like Fortran, Lisp has changed a great deal since its early days, and a number of dialects have existed over its history.
Like most non-official and minority languages, creoles have generally been regarded as degenerate variants or dialects of their parent languages.
Like all religions, Odinani is the vehicle used by its practitioners to understand their World ( called " Uwa "), or more specifically, the part of the World that affects them — which is to say the dry Land on which the Igbo live and gather sustenance — and it is from this that the belief acquires its names: " Ọ di " () + n '( na-) + " Ani " ( or the Earth goddess ) in the Northern Igbo dialects and also " O me " () + n '( na-) + " Ala " ( or the physical manifestation of the Earth goddess as dry land ) as used primarily in the Southern Igbo dialects.
Like other Cantonese dialects, such as the Goulou dialects, Taishanese pronunciation and vocabulary may sometimes differ greatly from Cantonese.
Like many regions of England there are few distinctive local instruments and many songs were shared with the rest of Britain and with Ireland, although the distinct dialects of the regions sometimes lent them a particular stamp and, with one of the longest coastlines of any English region, songs about the sea were also particularly important.
Like other Tibetan dialects, Balti had no script of its own until Tibetans created a script for their language, introducing it through Tibetan Lamas and other learned people.
Like all dialects of Western Lombard, Milanese is a Western Romance language, related to French, Romansh, and to other Gallo-Italian languages.
Like other Jewish languages and dialects, Judeo-Arabic languages contain borrowings from Hebrew and Aramaic.
Like other Judaeo-Aramaic dialects, Lishana Deni is sometimes called Targumic, due to the long tradition of translating the Hebrew Bible into Aramaic, and the production of targums.
Like other Judaeo-Aramaic dialects, Lishán Didán is sometimes called Targumic, due to the long tradition of translating the Hebrew Bible into Aramaic, and the production of targums.
Dent's book about dialects, How to Talk Like a Local ( ISBN 1905211791 ), was published in March 2010.
He notes that Arab Jews named their progeny with Arabic names and " Like every Arab, Arab Jews were proud of their Arabic language and its dialects, and held a deep emotional attachment to its beauty and richness.
Like all Swiss German dialects, it is essentially a spoken language, whereas the written language is standard German.
Like many border regions, Lorraine was a patchwork of ethnicities and dialects which were not mutually intelligible with either French or standard German.