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Most and Anarchists
Most Anarchists, both historically and up to the present day, see borders and national divisions as detrimental and envision a world in which distinctions of race and ethnicity fade and disappear over time as the ideal.
A Speech Delivered by John Most, at Kramer's Hall, New York, on November 13, 1887, in Denunciation of the Judicial Butchery of the Chicago Anarchists: For Delivering Which, He Has Been Sentenced to Twelve Month's Imprisonment by Judge Cowing.
Most of the remaining Anarchists seek to return to Sigil in force to become its new rulers.
Most of the remaining Anarchists seek to return to Sigil in force to become its new rulers.

Most and see
Most children love the animated puppet faces and their flexible bodies, and they prefer to see them as though the puppets were in action, rather than put away in boxes.
Most modern English grammarians no longer use the Latin accusative / dative model, though they tend to use the terms objective for oblique, subjective for nominative, and possessive for genitive ( see Declension in English ).
" Most tellingly, Pirckheimer wrote in a letter to Johann Tscherte in 1530: " I confess that in the beginning I believed in Luther, like our Albert of blessed memory ... but as anyone can see, the situation has become worse.
According to this view, though Mark has Jesus as the Son of God, references occurring at the strategic points in 1: 1 (" The beginning of the gospel about Jesus Christ, the Son of God ", but not in all versions, see Mark 1 ), 5: 7 (" What do you want with me, Jesus, Son of the Most High God?
Most commentators see Lamentations as reflecting the period immediately following the destruction of Jerusalem in 586 BC, though Provan argues for an interpretation that is ahistorical.
Most scholars today accept the basic authenticity of the book, but see in it significant additions by a " school " of later followers of the original prophet.
Most modern interpreters, however, see Joel speaking of a literal locust plague given a prophetic / apocalyptic interpretation.
Most of these early synchronous CPUs ran at low clock rates compared to modern microelectronic designs ( see below for a discussion of clock rate ).
" Most of the time you can see their faces ," he added, " That's really them in the trees.
Most paleontologists regard birds as the only surviving dinosaurs ( see Origin of birds ).
Most rounds fired were not aimed at an enemy combatant, but instead fired in the enemy's direction to keep them from moving and firing back ( see suppressive fire ).
Most modern semiconductor volatile memory is either Static RAM ( see SRAM ) or dynamic RAM ( see DRAM ).
Most of the rumors circle from the same source of Saint Jerome who claimed “ Cyril was an out and out Arian, was offered the see on Maximus death on the condition that he would repudiate his ordination at the hands of that Bishop ”.
Most fictional depictions describe a solid shell of matter enclosing a star, which is considered the least plausible variant of the idea ( see below ).
" This was probably a circular letter to be read in more than one place .... Most likely, the author did not know the readers personally ( see 1: 15, 3: 2-4, and 6: 23-24 ).
Most contemporary scholars regard Mark as a source used by Luke ( see Markan Priority ).
Most commentators seem to agree that Matthew, alone among the gospels, alternates five blocks of narrative with five of discourse, marking each off with the phrase " When Jesus had finished ..." ( see Five Discourses of Matthew ).
Most scholars reject the historicity of the later legends of King Arthur, which seem to be set in this period, but some such as John Morris see it as evidence behind which may lie a plausible grain of truth.
Most other hybrids involve the zebra ( see Zebroid ).
Most of the Taborites now went over to the party of the Utraquists ; the rest joined the " Brothers of the Law of Christ " () ( see Unity of the Brethren ; also Bohemian Brethren and Moravian Church ).
Most ( though not all, see Mott insulator ) insulators have a large band gap.
Most of this land is part of the great Syrian ( or North Arabian ) Desert ( see fig.
Most of Noland's paintings fall into one of four groups: circles, or targets ( see Beginning illustrated ), chevrons, ( see infobox ), stripes, and shaped canvases.

Most and liberation
Most inhabitants of Mook and Middelaar sought refuge elsewhere until the liberation.
Most of us will die, but we will live forever in the pages of history as the men who fought for the liberation of Catanduanes "
He has also won London Citizen of Sanctuary Award 2009, Shaheed Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti Award ( for reporting the Balochistan national liberation struggle ) 2009, Evening Standard 1000 Most Influential Londoners 2009 and 2011, Liberal Voice of the Year 2009 and Total Politics Top 50 Political Influencers 2010.
Most Jews celebrated the event as a liberation of the city ; a new Israeli holiday was created, Jerusalem Day ( Yom Yerushalayim ), and the most popular secular Hebrew song, " Jerusalem of Gold " ( Yerushalayim shel zahav ), became popular in celebration.
Most of the epics are about the era of the Ottoman occupation and the struggle for the liberation from it.
* Most Kurds believe the Kurdish – Turkish conflict to be a war of national liberation of Kurdish people in Turkey.
Most yogas, except such paths as Natya Yoga, only develop a single aspect of the being, and have as their aim a state of liberation or transcendence.
Most of us will die, but we will live forever in the pages of history as the men who fought for the liberation of Catanduanes "
Most of the changes in the characters would come after WWII during the liberation in 1949.
Most of those coups were led by the 1971 freedom-fighter officers who were irked by Ziaur's liaison with anti liberation pro Islamic quarters.
Most of the residing population are immigrants, who after the liberation of the area from the Turks in the 19th century, settled these areas, originally coming from Herzegovina, the northwestern parts of Montenegro, Sandžak, Osat ( Bosnia ), Dalmatia ( Pepelj ) and Kremna.

Most and movements
Most traffic lights in Cairo appear not to function, but rather intersections are staffed by policemen who use subtle finger movements to indicate which cars may move.
Most prominent amongst them are the Naga fight for Greater Nagaland, the Chin struggle for a unified Chinland and other self-determinist movements by the ethnic indigenous peoples of the erstwhile Assam both under the British and post-British Assam under India.
Most civil rights movements relied on the technique of civil resistance, using nonviolent methods of struggle, to achieve their aims.
Most of the women attending the convention were active in Quaker or evangelical Methodist movements.
Most inexpensive and medium-priced watches used mainly for timekeeping are electronic watches with quartz movements.
Most watches intended mainly for timekeeping today have electronic movements, with mechanical hands on the watch face indicating the time.
Most quartz movements are primarily electronic but are geared to drive mechanical hands on the face of the watch in order to provide a traditional analog display of the time, which is still preferred by some consumers.
Finally, on 6 April 1793, the Convention created the Committee of Public Safety ( later headed by Maximilien Robespierre ), and was given a monumental task: “ To deal with the radical movements of the Enragés, food shortages and riots, the revolt in the Vendée and in Brittany, recent defeats of its armies, and the desertion of its commanding general .” Most notably, the Committee of Public Safety instated a policy of terror, and the guillotine began to fall on perceived enemies of the republic at an ever-increasing rate, beginning the period known today as the Reign of Terror.
Most species stay within their breeding range all year, but make short seasonal movements ; many individuals of the Ptarmigan ( called Rock Ptarmigan in America ) and Willow Grouse ( called Willow Ptarmigan in America ) migrate hundreds of kilometers.
Most harriers are placed in the genus Circus, the scientific name arising from the circling movements female and male make when courting.
Most of her statuettes were rigidly crafted and do not exhibit any expression of movements or dynamism ; this design was made to make them last a long time rather than to express any form of functions or actions she is associated with.
Most movements can be done with 12 drawings per second, which is called animating " on twos ".
" Carpenter also predicted: " Most notably there is the issue posed by two persistent regional secession movements: the Kurds in the north and the Shiites in the south.
Most of the axons of the optic nerve terminate in the lateral geniculate nucleus from where information is relayed to the visual cortex, while other axons terminate in the pretectal nucleus and are involved in reflexive eye movements.
Most are at least partially mobile but many movements seem to be local, possibly between favourite haunts as the conditions change.
Most day traders exit positions before the market closes to avoid unmanageable risks — negative price gaps ( differences between the previous day's close and the next day's open bull price ) at the open — overnight price movements against the position held.
Most religious movements would fall under this category.
Most of the oldest recognized movements, dating to late 18th and 19th centuries, fought for specific social groups, such as the working class, peasants, whites, aristocrats, Protestants, men.
: Most aircraft movements annually ( 1999 – 2000, 2005 – present ); In 2007, Hartsfield again set the world's record for most aircraft movements in one year with 994, 346.
Most populations migrate to subtropical areas in winter, but this species is largely resident in westernmost Europe, apart from movements to favoured moulting grounds, such as the Wadden Sea on the north German coast.
Most commonly practiced are various movements with the hands as if one could hold onto air and pull their body in any possibly direction.
Most official accounts place responsibility for the attack on Sikh extremism, though many groups believe their movements have been unfairly blamed.
Most strokes involve rhythmic and coordinated movements of all major body parts — torso, arms, legs, hands, feet, and head.

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