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More importantly, several of the more advanced of the less developed countries have found through experience that they must plan their own complex investment programs for at least 5 years forward and tentatively for considerably more than that if they are to be sure that the various interdependent activities involved are all to take place in the proper sequence.
More importantly, he also happens to be the brother-in-law of Sam Rayburn, Speaker of the House.
More importantly, it could expand the market for farmers in developing countries due to the reduction in spoilage.
More importantly, it allows for the characterization of stationary points.
More importantly, because the various companies were constantly vying for a competitive edge, safety standards had become more and more lax.
More importantly, early next year the Pathé production unit down in the south of France in Nice made le Médecin du chateau ( The Physician of the Castle ), in which there are cuts back and forth between criminals threatening a doctor's wife and child, while the doctor himself drives home to rescue them after being warned by telephone.
More importantly, it includes details of more than 150 single and compound formulations of both herbal and animal origin.
More importantly, the incontrovertible discovery of celestial bodies orbiting something other than the Earth dealt a serious blow to the then-accepted Ptolemaic world system, or the geocentric theory in which everything orbits around the Earth.
More importantly, the discovery of celestial bodies orbiting something other than the Earth dealt a blow to the then-accepted Ptolemaic world system, which held that the Earth was at the center of the universe and all other celestial bodies revolved around it.
More importantly, they play a key role in non-verbal communication.
More importantly, it boasts a fully armored passenger area protected by hardened steel and bullet-resistant glass.
More importantly, he attended classes at the Harlem Art Workshop, taught by the African American artist Charles Alston.
More importantly, the vibrational footprints of a DCB6Ge tooltip mounted on a 384-atom handle and of the same tooltip mounted on a similarly constrained but much larger 636-atom " crossbar " handle are virtually identical in the non-crossbar directions.
More importantly, the battle led to the beginning of a proper organization of the Royal Nepalese Army.
More importantly, Sergey Kirov, a Leningrad party leader, was emerging as popular leader of the moderates.
More importantly, it won four directly-elected seats, thus qualifying it for proportional representation even though it fell short of the five percent threshold.
More importantly, Hannibal never successfully received any significant reinforcements from Carthage.
More importantly, the siege resulted in the death of Philip of Alsace, who held the county of Vermandois proper ; an event that threatened to derail the Treaty of Gisors which Philip had orchestrated to isolate the powerful Blois-Champagne faction.
More importantly he advocated a new " radical centre " and called for a new political grouping.
More importantly, they went further in the playoffs than the previous year, but fell again to the New England Patriots, this time in the AFC Championship game.
More importantly, the Giants set an NFL record by losing only 14 turnovers in a 16-game regular season.
More importantly, the African Commission found that contrary to the claims of the Republic of Cameroon, the people of Southern Cameroons are indeed a " people " under the African Charter and broad international law with the inalienable right to determine their destiny.
More importantly in 1931 Louis Leakey discovered older more primitive stone tools in Olduvai Gorge — these were the first examples of the oldest human technology ever discovered in Africa, subsequently known throughout the world as Oldowan after Olduvai Gorge.
More importantly the Central Bank hints at the root cause of the oil contraction: " the bank said it was due to falls in production, " operative problems ", maintenance stoppages and the channeling of diesel to run thermal generators during a power crisis.

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More profound and more disturbing, however, is the moral isolation of Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe.
More recent research, however, shows that in protostomes the edges of the dent close up in the middle, leaving openings at the ends which become the mouth and anus.
More recently, however, material is becoming available for boards of private and closely held businesses including family businesses.
More often, however, debate of digital education reform centers around more general applications of computers to education, such as electronic test-taking and online classes.
More often, however, there is an ecological distribution of Symbiodinium, the symbionts switching between hosts with apparent ease.
More often, however, players use the fourth valve in place of the first and third valve combination, which is somewhat sharp ( compensated for on trumpets and cornets and some three-valve flugelhorns by a slide for the first or third valve ).
More recently, however, different classes of spontaneous magnetization have been identified when there is more than one magnetic ion per primitive cell of the material, leading to a stricter definition of " ferromagnetism " that is often used to distinguish it from ferrimagnetism.
More striking, however, was the level of support for Hezbollah's resistance from non-Shiite communities.
More isolated references occur, however, in sources ranging from Plato to Virgil.
More than 130 bows survive from the Renaissance period, however.
More realistically, however, every organization must manage its work, people, processes, technology, etc.
More commonly, however, the epithet anesidora is applied to Gaea or Demeter.
More common, however, was a card room or a billiard room.
More disturbing, however, is the hero Spalatro's necrophiliac passion for an undead blood-drinking beauty, who seems to be a predecessor of Le Fanu's later female vampire Carmilla.
More commonly, however, metamorphosis continues with the loss of gills, the growth ( or increase in size ) of legs, and the capability of the animal to function out of the water.
More recent philosophy of art, however, considers interaction with tradition as integral to the development of new artistic expression.
More recently, however, Clear Channel has been dropping liberal formats in favor of their own Fox Sports Radio network.
He did however have some notable sketch roles such as Cardinal Fang of the Spanish Inquisition, " I Want More Beans!
More's work, however, little mentions King Henry VII, the first Tudor king, perhaps for having persecuted his father, Sir John More.
More of an influence on Paine than Hume, however, was Spinoza's Tractatus Theologico-politicus ( 1678 ).
More recently arrived refugees, however, including Edmund Grindal, the future Archbishop of Canterbury, favoured a stricter application of the book.
More commonly, however, one server computer, at a given IP address, may also host web sites in different domains.
More profound changes took place, however.
More important, however, was the prologue, which comprised sung dialogue between allegorical characters which introduced the overarching themes of the stories depicted.

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