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Most groups meet in libraries, schools and universities, community centers, pubs or restaurants, or the homes of individual members.
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* Most monocots are unable to thicken their stems once they have formed, since they lack the cylindrical meristem present in other angiosperm groups.
Most Southern Baptist and National Baptist congregations, by contrast, generally relate more closely to external groups such as mission agencies and educational institutions than do those of independent persuasion.
Most of the groups regarded by the larger group of Bahá ' ís as Covenant-breakers originated in the claims of Charles Mason Remey to the Guardianship in 1960.
Most provincial level competitions consist of events for 6 different age groups ( Groups A, B, C, D, E, and Open ) for both genders on each of the three board levels.
Most of the groups important in physics and chemistry are Lie groups, and their representation theory is crucial to the application of group theory in those fields.
Most commonly, a household is a family unit of some kind, though households may be other social groups, organizations or individuals.
Most Protea species can be placed in one of two broad groups according to their response to fire: reseeders are killed by fire, but fire also triggers the release of their canopy seed bank, thus promoting recruitment of the next generation ; resprouters survive fire, resprouting from a lignotuber or, more rarely, epicormic buds protected by thick bark.
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 often this takes the form of monetary or material donations or campaigning to the institutions which oversee the library, sometimes by advocacy groups such as Friends of Libraries.
Most deputies do not represent political parties as they are known in the West, and rarely form Western-style groups in the assembly.
Most involve studying specializations of particular animal groups, such as phycology, invertebrate zoology and ichthyology.
Most modern Pagan groups hold to a theology that embraces such beliefs as polytheism, animism, and pantheism, although there are groups who have instead advocated forms of Goddess-centred monotheism, agnosticism or atheism.
Most prairie dog family groups are made up of one adult breeding male, two to three adult females and one to two male offspring and one to two female offspring.
Most digital computers internally represent all of their data as electronic representations of binary numbers, so processing the digits of integer representations by groups of binary digit representations is most convenient.
Most are organized by volunteers in non-profit groups, though most media-oriented events are organized by commercial promoters.
Most of these two founding groups of professors remained at Stanford until their retirement and were referred to as the " Old Guard ".
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Most cantilever bridges use a pair of continuous spans that extend from opposite sides of the supporting piers to meet at the center of the obstacle the bridge crosses.
Most people who meet criteria for bipolar disorder experience a number of episodes, on average 0. 4 to 0. 7 per year, lasting three to six months.
Most of these systems are installed on multi-family apartment buildings and meet a portion of the hot water needs of an estimated 50 – 60 million households in China.
Most Australian soap operas focus on a mixed age range of middle-class characters and will regularly feature a range of locations where the various, disparate, characters can meet and interact, such as the café, the surf club, the wine bar, or the school.
Most pistachios are now picked by machine and the shells remain unstained, making dyeing unnecessary except to meet ingrained consumer expectations.
Most natural arches form as a narrow ridge, walled by cliffs, become narrower from erosion, with a softer rock stratum under the cliff-forming stratum gradually eroding out until the rock shelters thus formed meet underneath the ridge, thus forming the arch.
Most notably, Pryor has traveled to Nicaragua to support Arguello's political career, and the two meet several times a year.
Most gymnastics schools purchase and use balance beams that meet the FIG's standards, but some may also use beams with carpeted surfaces for practice situations.
Most of the administrative work is left in the hands of the maire and his adjuncts, the full council meet comparatively seldom.
Most astrophysical discs do not meet this criterion and are therefore prone to this magnetorotational instability.
* Most of the situational / contingency and functional theories assume that leaders can change their behavior to meet differing circumstances or widen their behavioral range at will, when in practice many find it hard to do so because of unconscious beliefs, fears or ingrained habits.
Most speed dating events match people at random, and participants will meet different " types " that they might not normally talk to in a club.
Most materials used in antennas meet these conditions, but some microwave antennas use high-tech components such as isolators and circulators, made of nonreciprocal materials such as ferrite or garnet.
Most manufacturers who bid on the Acela were unable to meet these requirements, bringing up cost and complication for the manufacture of the trains, and requiring manufacturers to make significant engineering changes to its standard designs.
Most commercial climbing harness meet the guidelines and manufacturing standards of organizations such as the Union Internationale des Associations d ' Alpinisme or European Committee for Standardization.
Most high-performance transactional systems need to run transactions concurrently to meet their performance requirements.
Most tent manufactures are now making these tents and they come in a variety of sizes and shapes that can be joined together to meet the needs of unique space requirements.
Most cultures have social norms regarding sexuality, and define normal sexuality to consist only of certain sex acts between individuals who meet specific criteria of age, consanguinity ( e. g. incest ), race / ethnicity ( e. g. miscegenation ), and / or social role and socioeconomic status.