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Most British commentators claim it is false the riots were due to a breakdown of multiculturalism alone and instead is more likely to have been caused by other factors such as disillusioned youth, high unemployment and a growing attraction to ' gangsta ' culture by a sizeable proportion of the youth, across all ethnicities, of The United Kingdom.
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Most and British
In 1971 Agatha Christie was made a Dame Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire.
Most of the antiquities Salt collected were purchased by the British Museum and the Musée du Louvre.
Most of them were Dutch, French, British ( English ), Arab and Jewish ( from Lebanon and Morocco ), Chinese ( especially from Macau ), American, and Brazilian ( including people of Portuguese and African descent ).
Most British comedy films of the early 1970s were spin-offs of television series, including Dad's Army and On the Buses.
Most Masorti Rabbis are trained at Leo Baeck College, an inter-denominational seminary that ordains non-Orthodox British Rabbis.
Most notably, the Commonwealth of Nations, an association primarily of former members of the British Empire, is often referred to as simply " the Commonwealth ".
Most imperial powers had not foreseen a need to prepare their colonies for independence ; for example, Britain had given limited self-rule to India and Sri Lanka, while treating British Somaliland as little more than a trading post, while all major decisions for French colonies were made in Paris and Belgium prohibited any self-government up until it suddenly granted independence to its colonies in 1960.
In 2010, the British magazine New Statesman listed Craig Venter at 14th in the list of " The World's 50 Most Influential Figures 2010 ".
Most numerous among those using the islands were British and American sealers, where typically between 40 and 50 ships were engaged in exploiting fur seals.
Most of the revenue raised by the Mandate came from the Jewish minority but was spent on funding the British administration.
Most air accident investigations are carried out by an agency of a country that is associated in some way with the accident ; for example, the Air Accidents Investigation Branch conducts accident investigations on behalf of the British Government.
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 notably, the “ British exploited the political weakness of the Mughal state, and, while military activity was important at various times, the economic and administrative incorporation of local elites was also of crucial significance ”.
Most of the population is of European origin, mainly Spanish, British, German and other European nationalities.
For example, His Eminence Sir Norman Cardinal Gilroy did receive the accolade on his appointment as Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire in 1969.
Most of the foreign community in Malta, predominantly active or retired British nationals and their dependents, is centred on Sliema and surrounding modern suburbs.
Most recently, British archaeologist and Assyriologist Professor David Stronach of the University of California, Berkeley conducted a series of surveys and digs at the site from 1987 – 1990, focusing his attentions to the several gates and the existent mudbrick walls, as well as the system that supplied water to the city in times of siege.
Most British pubs still have decorated signs hanging over their doors, and these retain their original function of enabling the identification of the pub.
Most of the railways were developed during the British colonial period, with the first line from Colombo to Kandy opening on 26 April 1867.
Most police forces salute similar to the Canadian Forces standard, with the exception of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, which follow the British Army standard of saluting with the full palm facing forward, touching the brim of the hat, if worn.
Most recently the subject has been addressed in British film director Bernard Rose's film Snuff-Movie ( 2005 ), the Nimród Antal film Vacancy ( 2007 ) and also in the WWE film The Condemned ( 2007 ) and the Gregory Hoblit film Untraceable.
Most and commentators
Most commentators consider Marcel Mauss ( 1872 – 1950 ), nephew of the influential sociologist Émile Durkheim, to be the founder of the French anthropological tradition.
Most commentators structure Numbers in three sections based on locale ( Mount Sinai, Kadesh-Barnea and the plains of Moab ), linked by two travel sections.
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 commentators assume that this indicates that Jude accepts the antediluvian patriarch Enoch as the author of the Book of Enoch which contains the same quotation.
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 commentators assume that this referred to their " slippery " effect on meter in classical Greek verse when they occur as the second member of a consonant cluster.
Most of them had evidently been based on unsourced rumours relayed as fact by much later commentators, such as Jaubert ( 1656 ), Guynaud ( 1693 ) and Bareste ( 1840 ), on modern misunderstandings of the 16th century French texts, or on pure invention.
Most commentators believed the 1993 election was " unwinnable " for Labor ; the government had been in power for 10 years and the pace of economic recovery from the early 1990s recession was ' weak and slow '.
Most commentators consider that Jesus ' statements refer to the specific group of Pharisees he was addressing, or possibly the Pharisaic movement as a whole, but not to the Jewish people as a whole, which would have included Jesus and all his followers.
" Most commentators concur that the story is an allegory, but they disagree as to what is represented.
By the time the affiliation restrictions in the Glass – Steagall Act were repealed through the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act in 1999, many commentators argued Glass-Steagall was already “ dead .” Most notably, Citibank ’ s 1998 affiliation with Salomon Smith Barney, one of the largest US securities firms, was permitted under the Federal Reserve Board ’ s then existing interpretation of the Glass-Steagall Act.
Most commentators are suspicious of the utopian goals of the advocates of such non-adversarial processes, viewing competition as essential to a good result.
Most commentators see this episode as effectively squelching of the open expression of modernist ideas in Catholic circles, until at least the papacy of Leo XIII at the end of the century.
Most modern commentators, however, regard the son's identification as least important in a narrative which is given for its moral lesson.
Most political commentators today acknowledge that the current SNP leadership is by and large of the gradualist mould.
Most modern commentators have concluded that Grandier was the victim of a politically motivated persecution led by the powerful Cardinal Richelieu.
Most commentators have considered suicide the more likely cause ; Peache and Heseltine's close friend Lionel Jellinek both recalled that he had previously threatened to take his life by gas, and the outline of a new will was found among the papers in the flat.
Most legal commentators state that the claim to independence lasted only until the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840.
Most commentators agree that the suppression was characterized by its egregious brutality, including several incidents where military forces fired automatic weapons into crowds of unarmed demonstrators.
Most commentators associate Jaspers with the philosophy of existentialism, in part because he draws largely upon the existentialist roots of Nietzsche and Kierkegaard, and in part because the theme of individual freedom permeates his work.
Most commentators aim to resolve criticisms of the Raavad, and to trace Maimonides ' sources to the text of the Talmud, Midrash and Geonim.
Most commentators regarded his recruitment as a high-risk tactic, seeing the potential advantage to Labor of Garrett's popularity among young people as being offset by the possibility that his record of radical and anti-American statements in the past would offend moderate voters.
Most modern commentators on work songs have included both songs sung while working as well as songs about work, since the two categories are seen as interconnected.