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Most and early
Most now admit that Bede, Gildas, Nennius and The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles cannot be the infallible guides to early English history that Guest, Freeman and Green thought them to be.
Most of the Project's titles, especially the early work, share common traits ( likely influenced by Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon, on which Parsons was the audio engineer in 1973 ).
Most early writers concur in placing it on an island ; so Tukulti-Ninurta II, Assur-nasir-pal, Isidore, Ammianus Marcellinus, Ibn Serapion, al-Istakri, Abulfeda and al-Karamani.
Most early sources in the West that examine the art of acting (, hypokrisis ) discuss it as part of rhetoric.
Most, however, interpret the genre as epic stories of early Christian miracles and conversions.
Most Protestants deny the need for this type of continuity and the historical claims involved have been severely questioned ; Eric Jay comments that the account given of the emergence of the episcopate in chapter III of Lumen Gentium " is very sketchy, and many ambiguities in the early history of the Christian ministry are passed over " Their reasons are given in detail below.
Most Protestant denominations deny the need of maintaining episcopal continuity with the early Church, holding that the role of the apostles was that, having been chosen directly by Jesus as witnesses of his resurrection, they were to be the " special instruments of the Holy Spirit in founding and building up the Church ".
Most of IBM's early binary " scientific " computers, beginning with the vacuum tube IBM 701 in 1952, used a single 36-bit accumulator, along with a separate multiplier / quotient register to handle operations with longer results.
Most early BBSes operated as individual systems.
Most of his early compositions offer a blend of nationalist and late Romanticism elements.
Most of these early compositions are either scored for piano solo or include a piano.
Most breviaries published in the late 1950s and early 1960s used this " Pian Psalter ".
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 early vector CPUs, such as the Cray-1, were associated almost exclusively with scientific research and cryptography applications.
Most British comedy films of the early 1970s were spin-offs of television series, including Dad's Army and On the Buses.
Most species of brachiopods, a small phylum of marine invertebrates, survived the K – Pg extinction event and diversified during the early Paleocene.
Most episodes in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s rated with over 20 million viewers and during the 1990s and early 2000s 15 – 20 million per episode would be typical Like most terrestrial television in the UK, a dramatic decline in viewership has taken place and the show currently posts figures of between 8 and 14 million per episode.
Most scholars believe that Cyril was born and brought up in Caesarea of Palestine but some say he may have been born in Jerusalem because of his early knowledge of the city's layout, but this could have been attributed to research or information he learned after moving there to become bishop.
" Most samples of early work claimed to be crochet turn out to actually be samples of nålebinding.
Trumbo's 1939 anti-war novel, Johnny Got His Gun, won one of the early National Book Awards: the Most Original Book of 1939.
Most date from the early Neolithic period ( 4000 to 3000 BC ).
Most early discussions of diaspora were firmly rooted in a conceptual ' homeland '; they were concerned with a paradigmatic case, or a small number of core cases.
Most of Vertov's early work was unpublished, and few manuscripts remain after the Second World War, though some material survived in later films and documentaries created by Vertov and his brothers, Boris Kaufman and Mikhail Kaufman.
Most scholars date it to the early 2nd century, and distinguish in it two separate Eucharistic traditions, the earlier tradition in chapter 10 and the later one preceding it in chapter 9.
Most of the taped programs ( as well as some early kinescopes ) were preserved, and excerpts have been released on home video.

Most and medieval
Most linguists remains committed to the hypothesis of medieval ( 11th to 12th century ) immigration, to explain the presence of small German-speaking communities in the north of Italy.
Most regions in medieval Europe were ruled by clergy or feudal lords.
Most medieval chroniclers had no experience of life on the sea, and generally were not well-informed.
Most countries of Europe adopted a national flag in the course of the 19th and early 20th centuries, often based on older ( medieval ) war flags.
Most important was Calvinist theology, which developed in the Swiss Confederacy, one of the largest and most powerful of the medieval republics.
Most medieval spearheads were, however, broadly speaking, leaf-shaped.
Most of the finer sort of medieval manuscripts, whether illuminated or not, were written on vellum.
" Most notable early medieval Polish works in Latin and the Old Polish language include the oldest extant manuscript of fine prose in the Polish language entitled the Holy Cross Sermons, as well as the earliest Polish-language Bible of Queen Zofia and the Chronicle of Janko of Czarnków from the 14th century, not to mention the Puławy Psalter.
Most writers attach a more profound significance to his paintings than had previously been supposed, and attempt to interpret it in terms of a late medieval morality.
Most of the novels in the series are action and sexual adventures, with many of the military engagements borrowing liberally from historic ones, such as the trireme battles of ancient Greece and the castle sieges of medieval Europe.
Most medieval governments were always on the move, holding court wherever the weather and food or other matters were best at the moment.
Most medieval manuscripts, illuminated or not, were written on parchment ( most commonly of calf, sheep, or goat skin ), but most manuscripts important enough to illuminate were written on the best quality of parchment, called vellum.
Most of the other buildings are Victorian or later and include: St. Alban Quad ( or " Stubbins "), designed by Basil Champneys, built on the site of the medieval St. Alban Hall ( elements of the older façade are incorporated into the part that faces onto Merton Street ); the Grove building, built in 1864 by William Butterfield but " chastened " in the 1930s ; the buildings beyond the Fellows ' Garden called " Rose Lane "; several buildings north of Merton Street, including a real tennis court, and the Old Warden's Lodgings ( designed by Champneys in 1903 ); and a new quadrangle in Holywell Street, some distance away from the college.
Most of its extra-Biblical accounts are found in nearly the same form in either other medieval compilations, or in the Talmud, or in other midrash or in Arabic sources.
Most known historical landmark is the medieval castle of Horst.
Most of the primary sources for his life are in Latin or medieval French.
Most modern English speakers encounter " thou " predominantly in the works of William Shakespeare | Shakespeare, in the works of other medieval and early modern writers, and in the King James Bible.
Most noticeable among the buildings of Paisley is its medieval Abbey in the centre of the town dating from the 12th century.
Most of the town centre has a Georgian and late medieval influence, with a number of listed buildings as well as a variety of architectural types, which help to define the town ’ s identity.
Most churches have been rebuilt, often several times, but medieval palaces and large houses have been lost at a far greater rate, which is also true of their fittings and decoration.
Most notable medieval mercenaries fell into the ' sergeant ' class, such as Flemish crossbowmen and spearmen, who were seen as reliable quality troops.
Most rights to land in the forest belonged to these medieval manors.
Most recently, evidence of the town ’ s medieval tannery was unearthed in back gardens of one street, and evidence from the Saxon period was uncovered during the Hunt the Saxons project in 2005.
Most notable are those on the River Thames and River Medway, but other rivers such as the River Tyne and River Dee, Wales also had their watermen who formed guilds in medieval times.

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