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Low seems to have supported Eden at first and then relented because things worked out differently, so there is no fire in his eye.
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Conversely the use of true brass seems to have declined in Western Europe during this period in favour of gunmetals and other mixed alloys but by the end of the first Millennium AD brass artefacts are found in Scandinavian graves in Scotland, brass was being used in the manufacture of coins in Northumbria and there is archaeological and historical evidence for the production of brass in Germany and The Low Countries areas rich in calamine ore which would remain important centres of brass making throughout the medieval period, especially Dinant – brass objects are still collectively known as dinanterie in French.
In the latter part of his life — possibly about 1596, when he published his Wits Miserie and the World's Madnesse, which is dated from Low Leyton in Essex, and the religious tract Prosopopeia ( if, as seems probable, it was his ), in which he repents him of his " lewd lines " of other days — he became a Catholic and engaged in the practice of medicine, for which Wood says he qualified himself by a degree at Avignon in 1600.
This Frankish unity or the memory of it seems to have lasted well into the period when their range was linguistically divided between High and Low German.
However, this etymology seems to originate in the dialectical tradition of the first, mainly Low German, Flemish and Dutch settlers, in whose homelands there are hilly regions called " Zevenbergen " ( in southern Holland ) and " Sevenbergen " ( east of the town of Hameln on the river Weser, Germany ).
Unlike many of his contemporaries, many of whom traveled to Italy, Spain or elsewhere, he seems never to have left the Low Countries.
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Most brochs have scarcements ( ledges ) which would have allowed the construction of a very sturdy wooden first floor ( first spotted by the antiquary George Low in Shetland in 1774 ), and excavations at Loch na Berie on the Isle of Lewis show signs of a further, second floor ( e. g. stairs on the first floor, which head upwards ).
Some have theorized it emerged from the overwhelming influence of Low German in medieval times, having flattened the originally Nordic melodic accent, but stød is absent in most southern Danish dialects where Low German impact would have been the greatest.
Low surface brightness dwarf galaxies are important sources of information for studying dark matter, as they have an uncommonly low ratio of visible matter to dark matter, and have few bright stars at the center which would otherwise impair observations of the rotation curve of outlying stars.
Low business taxes-the maximum tax rate is 20 %-and easy incorporation rules have induced about 73, 700 holding or so-called letter box companies to establish nominal offices in Liechtenstein, providing 30 % of state revenues.
The Low Pay Commission found that, rather than make employees redundant, employers have reduced their rate of hiring, reduced staff hours, increased prices, and have found ways to cause current workers to be more productive ( especially service companies ).
Low taxes have drawn many foreign companies to Monaco and account for around 75 % of the $ 6. 581 billion annual GDP income in ( 2011 ).
: ' oxen's head ', with osse being a synonym for steer and bull in Middle Low German ), with an attached hide, and a crown above, may have originated from this period.
This could be because these languages have been mutually affected by each other, as well as having a similar development influenced by Middle Low German.
Low and high cycle fatigue are enhanced and have been documented to provide increases up to ten times greater than non-UIT specimens.
Some linguists have argued that it was the more-common Low Malay that formed the base of the Indonesian language.
Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man have their own Medium and Low Secure units but use the mainland faculties for High Secure, which smaller Channel Islands also transfer their patients to as Out of Area Referrals under the Mental Health Act 1983.
Low, thick clouds ( such as stratocumulus ) primarily reflect incoming solar radiation, causing it to have a high albedo, whereas high, thin clouds ( such as Cirrus ) tend to transmit it to the surface but then trap outgoing infrared radiation, causing it to have low albedo.
This may have merged later with the belief that butterflies ate milk and butter ( compare Middle High German molkendiep-literally “ milk-thief ”; Modern German Molkendieb and Low German Botterlicker-literally “ butter-licker ”), or that they excreted a butter-like substance ( compare Middle Dutch boterschijte-literally “ butter-shitter ”, also Middle Dutch botervliege, Dutch botervlieg, German butterfliege ).
Low birthweight is a risk factor for CP — and premature infants usually have low birth weights, less than 2. 0 kg, but full-term infants can also have low birth weights.
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The present-day German letter ß ( das Eszett " the ess-zed ", or scharfes-ess " the sharp S "; also used in Low German and historical Upper Sorbian orthographies ) is considered to have originated in a ligature of ſz ( which is supported by the fact that the second part of the ß glyph usually resembles a Fraktur z ), or ſs ( see ß for more ), or some Tironian notes.
The French King supported James for two reasons: first, Louis XIV fervently believed in his God-ordained right to the throne ; and second, he wished to divert William III's forces away from the Low Countries.
It is possible that during his time at Breda, he played a role in the 1747 Dutch Revolution which brought The Prince of Orange wider powers, something supported by Britain as they hoped the Prince would improve the Dutch Republic's military performance in the ongoing war in the Low Countries.
Some historians have surmised that the Africans had the knowledge and material techniques to build the elaborate earthworks of dams, banks, and irrigation systems throughout the Low Country that supported rice and indigo cultivation ; Georgia planters imported slaves chiefly from rice-growing regions of present-day Sierra Leone, the Gambia and Angola.
The MPEG-4 object types of the AAC format supported by FAAC are the " Low Complexity " ( LC ), " Main ", and " Long Term Prediction " ( LTP ).
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Behind him lay the Low Countries, where men were still completing the cathedrals that a later Florentine would describe as `` a malediction of little tabernacles, one on top of the other, with so many pyramids and spires and leaves that it is a wonder they stand up at all, for they look as though they were made of paper instead of stone or marble '' ; ;
* In November 2000, nuclear spin temperatures below 100 pK were reported for an experiment at the Helsinki University of Technology's Low Temperature Lab.
In the remainder of the war in the Low Countries he held high commands, and was present at the Battle of Fleurus.
This gave R. D. Low, the head of children's publications at D. C. Thomson at the time, the idea to create another Big Five, this time of comics intended for both boys and girls and consisting mainly of ' funnies ' and more lighthearted adventure and text stories.
The infantry of the Low Countries, who were at this time almost the best in existence, drove back the French.
Low levels of mobile penetration – which stand at 30 percent, a significantly lower percentage than in the rest of the continent – dampen the potential expansion of access to financial services through mobile technology.
Many of the Class of ' 68 walked out of their graduation and held a countercommencement on Low Plaza with a picnic following at Morningside Park, the place where the protests began.
Low explosives are compounds where the rate of decomposition proceeds through the material at less than the speed of sound.
The percentage of Low Saxon and High German loanwords can be estimated at 22 – 25 percent, with Low Saxon making up about 15 percent.
Low explosives deflagrate at subsonic speeds, whereas high explosives detonate, producing a supersonic wave.
Low partial pressure of atmospheric oxygen such as found at high altitude or by reduced replacement of oxygen in the breathing mix.
Low sea-levels meant that Britain was still attached to the continent for much of this earliest period of history, and varying temperatures over tens of thousands of years meant that it was not always inhabited at all.
This can be indicated by verbal statements at the beginning of a composition, for example, " Tune Low C to C flat ", or " If necessary, tune high G to G sharp ".
* boost phase: 3 to 5 minutes ( shorter for a solid rocket than for a liquid-propellant rocket ); altitude at the end of this phase is typically 150 to 400 km depending on the trajectory chosen, typical burnout speed is 7 km / s, up to the speed of Low Earth Orbit.
The country is still among the " Low Human Development " countries ( rank 155 of 192 ) as classified by the UNDP, with 42. 3 years of life expectancy at birth.
When Charles's illegitimate son Monmouth assembled an invasion force at Amsterdam, and sailed for Britain, William informed James of Monmouth's departure, and ordered English regiments in the Low Countries to return to Britain.
A player's " string " of polo ponies may number 2 or 3 in Low Goal matches ( with ponies being rested for at least a chukker before reuse ), 4 or more for Medium Goal matches ( at least one per chukker ), and even more for the highest levels of competition.
Low passes are lacking, and the principal roads and the railroads between France and Spain run only in the lowlands at the western and eastern ends of the Pyrenees, near sea level.