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More limited private tours are also available throughout the year if scheduled well in advance.
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More limited measures might include restricting demands to the maintenance of national cultures or granting non-territorial autonomy in the form of national associations which would assume control over cultural matters.
More than 80 % of the land surface is rough, broken, and mountainous, and therefore is of limited agricultural value ( see Agriculture, ch.
More is the focus of the Al Stewart song " A Man For All Seasons " from the 1978 album Time Passages, and of the Far song " Sir ", featured on the limited editions and 2008 re-release of their 1994 album Quick.
More theaters were added during the limited run, and on October 1, the film officially entered wide release by screening in 706 theaters across North America.
More limited are legalizations of some forms of assisted suicide ( legal in Japan, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Albania, Oregon and Washington ) and cannabis use ( see legality of cannabis by country ).
More than 95 % of Bislama words are of English origin ; the remainder combines a few dozen words from French, as well as some vocabulary inherited from various languages of Vanuatu, essentially limited to flora and fauna terminology.
More recent evidence, however, seems to indicate that the burning was limited to the structures and dwellings associated primarily with the elite class.
The County Court also has limited jurisdiction in civil cases ...." More specifically, the New York County Court is:
* Mars LP: The Complete Studio Recordings, NYC 1977 – 1978 – CD, 2003 ( G3G / Spookysound ) ( Spain ; limited edition ) ( later released on LP by Important ) ( reissued by No More in 2008 )
More than 21, 000 cattle were reported that year, but crop cultivation remained limited ; about were planted in corn, 600 in sorghum, and 47 in cotton.
More than one-third said they avoided social activities and limited dating or intimate interactions.
More complex designs may have the sequencer step forwards or backwards, or only run for a limited number of stages.
More specifically, the term is used to describe agencies that, while constitutionally part of the executive branch, are independent of presidential control, usually because the president's power to dismiss the agency head or a member is limited.
More recently, Dark Horse Comics reprinted the limited series Al Capp's Li ' l Abner: The Frazetta Years, in four full-color volumes covering the Sunday pages from 1954 – 1961.
More generally, a chord is a line segment joining two points on any curve, such as but not limited to an ellipse.
More independent computers are said to have been used to control some Star League vessels, but at least one source suggests that the power and autonomy of some computers may be limited to prevent the possibility of danger should anything go wrong.
The More sisters met with a good deal of opposition in their works: the farmers thought that education, even to the limited extent of learning to read, would be fatal to agriculture, and the clergy, whose neglect she was making good, accused her of Methodist tendencies.
More recently, however, after re-examining the archives, historians concur that, while the resistance provided a firm basis for moral support and paved the way for post-war governments, the strategic effect during the occupation was limited.
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More recent researchers, in particular Ronald Willis and Joy Munns have studied the tour in detail and concluded that the presentation was made after a private cricket match played over Christmas 1882 when the English team were guests of Sir William Clarke, at his property " Rupertswood ", in Sunbury, Victoria.
More recently, however, material is becoming available for boards of private and closely held businesses including family businesses.
More than 30, 000 private businesses had been created, economy was growing at an annual rate of more than 7 %, and poverty was nearly halved.
More modest phased array longwire antenna systems may be employed by private radio enthusiasts to receive longwave, mediumwave ( AM ) and shortwave radio broadcasts from great distances.
More specifically, some in Britain — especially supporters of the punk movement — regarded Genesis in particular, but also the genre more generally, as overtly middle class ( paying particular attention to Gabriel, Banks and Rutherford's private education ), and claimed that rock music was being taken away from the working class, whom they regarded as its core audience.
More specifically, there are historical cases of journalists in private media organizations being covert representatives of government and / or businesses.
More than 60 % of undergraduates are involved in faculty research across all areas ; it is an institutional priority for undergraduates to be allowed to participate in advanced research, which is rather unique among leading private research universities.
More than three thirds of the expenses of the private households amounting to 4, 4 billion € per year are feeding the commercial businesses inside the department which stand their ground vis-à-vis external competition.
More positive views of CCTV cameras have argued that the cameras are not intruding into people's privacy, as they are not surveiling private, but public space, where an individual's right to privacy can reasonably be weighed against the intended benefits of surveillance.
" Three Rivers " As it is abbreviated by locals, was the brainchild of two local teachers, one of whom had originally been teaching a small private school by the name of Thomas More Preparatory School.
After his return he settled in London — where he became friends with Thomas More — as a private teacher of grammar, and is believed to have been the first who taught Greek in that city.
More subtle uses of alter egos can be seen in artists who redefine their image for an album, such as Christina Aguilera as Xtina and the members of My Chemical Romance as members of an outlaw gang known as the Fabulous Killjoys, and artists who describe their stage personalities as different from their private ones, such as Beyoncé Knowles ' identity as Sasha Fierce, Katy Perry's identity as Kathy Beth Terry in music video " Last Friday Night ( T. G. I. F.
More generally, the exogenous spending multiplier is the ratio of a change in national income to any autonomous change in spending ( private investment spending, consumer spending, government spending, or spending by foreigners on the country's exports ) that causes it.
* According to Building on Baldrige: American Quality for the 21st Century by the private Council on Competitiveness, “ More than any other program, the Baldrige Quality Award is responsible for making quality a national priority and disseminating best practices across the United States .”
More than private and commercial properties abut the navigation corridor of the Trent – Severn Waterway.
More recently, the artist has focused on architecture and landscape design that integrates public and private space.
More generally, conflicts of interest can be defined as any situation in which an individual or corporation ( either private or governmental ) is in a position to exploit a professional or official capacity in some way for their personal or corporate benefit.
More fundamentally, Biblical sourcing for discerning the opinion of God about private property, and especially about inequality of property ownership must take into account Leviticus 25 and Deuteronomy 15 and the vast array of verses throughout scripture which refer to those unenforced and habitually non-observed sections of the Law of Moses.
Photographic and Audiovisual Material: More than 90, 000 photographs, ranging from casual snapshots to the works of professional photographers, create an unparalleled visual record of private and public life.
More than 500 students and neighbors took shifts around the clock delivering supplies to private homes and makeshift shelters across Providence.