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Most and fundamentally
Most fundamentally, there are two types of plant resin with the potential for fossilization.
Most bright galaxies have remained fundamentally unchanged for the last few billion years, and the net rate of star formation probably also peaked approximately ten billion years ago.
Most of the structures were replaced with one-story, steel-frame structures with large parking lots, housing such establishments as fast food restaurants and chain drug stores, fundamentally changing the character of the center of Lawrence.
Most theoreticians agree that a transformation can be seen that started somewhere between the 1970s and today and is changing the way societies work fundamentally.
Most Enlightenment thinkers believed " man " to be fundamentally good: " he was once free but is now everywhere in chains ".
Most importantly he fundamentally rejected the use of mathematical methods insisting that the function of economics was to investigate the essences rather than the specific quantities of economic phenomena.
Most Anarchists see liberation movements by oppressed people as fundamentally legitimate, be they " peasants ", " proletarians ", or bourgeoisie, without needing to fit these movements into a predetermined schema for revolution.
Most of the text of the game is in an entirely unknown language ( fundamentally English in syntax and grammar, but with much of the vocabulary and even idiomatic constructions changed ) which the player must decipher.
Most fundamentally, however, it is studied in epistemology ( the theory of knowledge ).
Most fundamentally, planar chirality is a mathematical term, finding use in chemistry, physics and related physical sciences, for example, in astronomy, optics and metamaterials.

Most and all
Most of them are Democrats and nearly all consider themselves, and are viewed as, liberals.
Most important of all, the less developed countries must be persuaded to take the necessary steps to allocate and commit their own resources.
1 ) Most of the legends that are created to fan the fires of patriotism are essentially propagandistic and are not folk legends at all.
Most surprising of all, he has accomplished some prodigies in training for the production of words.
Most of all, his letters to his philosophic colleagues show a magnanimity as well as an honesty which help to explain Whitehead's reference to James as `` that adorable genius ''.
Most, if not all, of the world's religions promote altruism as a very important moral value.
The other Rutherford films ( all directed by George Pollock ) were Murder at the Gallop ( 1963 ), based on the 1953 Hercule Poirot novel After the Funeral ( In this film, she is identified as Miss JTV Marple, though there was no indication as to what the extra initials might stand for ); Murder Most Foul ( 1964 ), based on the 1952 Poirot novel Mrs McGinty's Dead ; and Murder Ahoy!
Most broadly, all numbers that can be defined explicitly or implicitly in terms of polynomials, exponentials, and logarithms are called " elementary numbers ", and these include the algebraic numbers, plus some transcendental numbers.
Most modern AFVs are superficially similar in design to their World War II counterparts, with significantly better armour, weapons, engines and suspension-however with an increase in the capacity of transport aircraft allowing AFVs to be practically transported by air, many armies are replacing some or all of their traditional heavy vehicles with lighter airmobile versions, often with wheels instead of tracks.
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 have been repealed, have been declared unconstitutional, or are simply unenforced ; though prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages or prohibitions of almost all commerce on Sundays are still enforced in many areas.
Most bridges will employ all of the principal forces to some degree, but only a few will predominate.
Most BBSes are now accessible over telnet and typically offer free email accounts, FTP services, IRC and all of the protocols commonly used on the Internet.
They are followed by a further wicked king, or " little horn ", who subdues three of the ten ( 7: 24 ), speaks against the Most High, wages war against the saints, and attempts to change the set times and laws ( 7: 25 ); after ' a time and times and half a time ', this king is judged and stripped of his kingdom by an " Ancient of Days " and his heavenly court ( 7: 26 ); next, " one like a son of man " approaches the Ancient of Days and is invested with worldwide dominion ; moreover, his everlasting reign over all kings and kingdoms is shared with " the people of the Most High " ( 7: 27 )
Most importantly, the editor has completely rewritten John's theology of the Millennium which is " emptied of all significance.
The organization named it one of " AFI's top 100 Most Romantic Films " of all time.
Most of the original societies were fully terminating, where they would be dissolved when all members had a house: the last of them, First Salisbury, was wound up in March 1980.
Most legal systems require sufficient notice to be given to all directors of these meetings, and that a quorum must be present before any business may be conducted.
Most drastic of all was the removal of the Burial service from church: it was to take place at the graveside.
Most denominations teach that Jesus will return to judge all humans, living and dead, and grant eternal life to his followers.
Most games played have mathematically-determined odds that ensure the house has at all times an advantage over the players.
Most modern CPU designs are at least somewhat superscalar, and nearly all general purpose CPUs designed in the last decade are superscalar.
Most of the U. S. federal courts of appeal have adopted a rule under which, in the event of any conflict in decisions of panels ( most of the courts of appeal almost always sit in panels of three ), the earlier panel decision is controlling, and a panel decision may only be overruled by the court of appeals sitting en banc ( that is, all active judges of the court ) or by a higher court.

Most and substances
Most of the substances we encounter in our daily life are some kind of mixture ; for example: air, alloys, biomass, etc.
Most literature supports the belief that IC's symptoms are associated with a defect in the bladder epithelium lining allows irritating substances in the urine to penetrate into the bladder — essentially, a breakdown of the bladder lining ( also known as Adherence Theory ).
Most foods contain a mix of some or all of the nutrient classes, together with other substances, such as toxins of various sorts.
Most accurate results are obtained near the boiling point of substances and large errors result for measurements smaller than.
Most species employ a countercurrent exchange system to enhance the diffusion of substances in and out of the gill, with blood and water flowing in opposite directions to each other.
# Fatty substancesMost animal fats, butter, vegetable greases ( edible oils and margarine ).
Most so-called synthetics, however, are more correctly termed " imitation opal ", as they contain substances not found in natural opal ( e. g., plastic stabilizers ).
Most Pterocarpus woods contain either water-or alcohol-soluble substances and can be used as dyes.
Most foods contain a mix of some or all of the nutrient classes, together with other substances such as toxins or various sorts.
Most tests involve testing ingredients rather than finished products, but according to BUAV, manufacturers believe these tests overestimate the toxic effects of substances ; they therefore repeat the tests using their finished products to obtain a less toxic label.
Most of these were simple records of patient and laborious analytical operations, and it is perhaps surprising that among all the substances he analysed he only detected two new elements, beryllium in 1798 in beryl and chromium in 1797 in a red lead ore from Siberia.
Most acute cases are caused by viral infections ( 40 – 80 %), with the remainder caused by bacterial infections, fungal infections, or irritants such as pollutants or chemical substances.
Most chemical fixatives ( chemicals causing fixation ) generate chemical bonds between proteins and other substances within the sample, increasing their rigidity.
Most commonly, this is accomplished by depositing strong-smelling substances such as urine at prominent locations within the territory.
Most doctors use the plasma concentrations of the waste substances of creatinine and urea ( U ), as well as electrolytes ( E ), to determine renal function.
D. Most commonly used exclusion criteria: not sustained by a physical disorder, such as hyperthyroidism, an organic mental disorder ( F0 ) or psychoactive substance-related disorder ( F1 ), such as excess consumption of amphetamine-like substances, or withdrawal from benzodiazepines.
* Most entheogens, including hallucinogens-drugs or substances that have shown value in psychotherapy, like psilocybin mushrooms, mescaline, MDMA, LSD and DMT.
Most commonly they are cast in polyurethane resin, but may also be fabricated of such diverse substances as soft vinyl, white metal – a type of lead alloy – and fabric.
Most commonly, this is caused by an enzymopathy, congenital or acquired, so that the triggering substance cannot be processed properly in the organism and causes symptoms by accumulating or blocking other substances to be processed.
Most plasma substances have primarily their free concentrations regulated, which thus remains the same, so extensive protein binding increases total plasma concentration ( free + protein-bound ).
Most albularyos use herbs, alum, coconut oil, and other substances in their healing practices.
Most metals that are of similar or higher density than gold are similarly or more expensive, and were unknown in ancient times ( notably the platinum group ); only two relatively inexpensive substances are of similar density to gold: depleted uranium and tungsten.

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