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Most have four limbs and live in fresh water or on land but the caecilians, though included in the group, live in burrows in damp soil and are limbless.
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Most avant-garde creators, true to their interest in the self-sufficiency of pure movement, have tended to dress their dancers in simple lines and solid colors ( often black ) and to give them a bare cyclorama for a setting.
On matters of race he was similarly inflexible: `` Most of the modern Latin races seem to have inherited the rigidity of the Roman mind ''.
Most drill presses have a quill return spring that raises the spindle automatically when the feed lever is released and holds the quill in the raised position.
Most counties also have maps available from the county engineer showing roads and other features and from the assessor's office showing ownerships of land.
Most others have been content to give only the most general attention to the broadest and most obvious features of the phonology when designing orthographies.
Most of this testimony may have been legally admissible as bearing on the corpus delicti of the total Nazi crime but seemed subject to question when not tied to the part in it of the defendant's Department of Jewish Affairs.
Most adolescents have some ideological diffusion at various developmental stages, as they experience a proliferation of ideas and values.
Most of these former churches are now used as warehouses, but `` neither Anglicans nor Nonconformists object to selling churches to Roman Catholics '', and have done so.
Most of them have been assimilated, but sometimes a man in Miyagi or Akita prefectures is much more hairy than the average Japanese, and occasionally a girl will be strikingly lovely, her coloring warmed and improved by a little of the tawny honey-in-the-sun tint of the invaders from the South.
Most amphibians lay their eggs in water and have aquatic larvae that undergo metamorphosis to become terrestrial adults.
Most such printed sources have been updated for intervals of only about every fifty years ( e. g., J1900, J1950, J2000 ).
* Most monocots are unable to thicken their stems once they have formed, since they lack the cylindrical meristem present in other angiosperm groups.
Most aquatic species have a totally submerged juvenile phase, and flowers are either floating or emergent.
Most of the physical properties of astatine have been estimated ( by interpolation or extrapolation ), using various theoretically-grounded or empirically-derived methods.
Most do not enter the World to Come immediately, but now experience a period of review of their earthly actions and they are made aware of what they have done wrong.
Most Orthodox siddurim ( prayerbooks ) have a prayer asking for forgiveness for one's sins that one may have committed in this gilgul or a previous one.
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Most English verbs ( traditionally known as " weak verbs ") have just four separate forms, e. g., " start ", " starts ", " starting ", " started ".
Most of Smith's weird fiction falls into four series set variously in Hyperborea, Poseidonis, Averoigne and Zothique.
Most of the organisms collected were simple, soft-shelled foraminifera ( 432 species according to National Geographic ), with four of the others representing species of the complex, multi-chambered genera Leptohalysis and Reophax.
Most ( approximately 98 %) contribute to only a single article ; however, 64 contributed to three articles, 23 contributed to four articles, 10 contributed to five articles, and 8 contributed to more than five articles.
Most Hindus believe that we are living in the Kali Yuga, the last of four periods ( Yuga ) that make up the current age.
Most Holocaust historians identify six German Nazi extermination camps, all in occupied Poland ; two of them, Chełmno and the Auschwitz II, in the western Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany ( October 1939 ), four in the General Government area.
# Short tessitura or range: Most traditional flamenco songs are limited to a range of a sixth ( four tones and a half ).
Most geographers, including those of the Iraqi government, discuss the country's geography in terms of four main zones or regions: the desert in the west and southwest ; the rolling upland between the upper Tigris and Euphrates rivers ( in Arabic the Dijlis and Furat, respectively ); the highlands in the north and northeast ; and the alluvial plain through which the Tigris and Euphrates flow.
Bench, a 14-time All-Star selection and a two-time National League Most Valuable Player, was a key member of The Big Red Machine, which won six division titles, four National League pennants, and two World Series championships.
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 Latin verbs belong to one of the four verb conjugations, though some, like esse ( to be ), do not.
Most well-known is article 1, which sets out the four criteria for statehood that have sometimes been recognized as an accurate statement of customary international law:
Most countries using the NTSC standard, as well as those using other analog television standards, are switching to newer digital television standards, of which at least four different ones are in use around the world.
Most bisphosphonates are effective in preventing fracture of the vertebra, non-vertebral bones and hips when taken for three to four years.
* Most notably, the rights to four Paramount films directed by Alfred Hitchcock – Rear Window ( 1954 ), The Trouble With Harry ( 1956 ), The Man Who Knew Too Much ( 1956 ), and Vertigo ( 1958 ) were owned by the director himself.
Most such devices include a tiny postage stamp sized LCD screen for viewing simplified ladder logic ( only a very small portion of the program being visible at a given time ) and status of I / O points, and typically these screens are accompanied by a 4-way rocker push-button plus four more separate push-buttons, similar to the key buttons on a VCR remote control, and used to navigate and edit the logic.
He led the National League in batting average four times ( 1961, 1964, 1965, and 1967 ), led the National League in hits twice ( 1964 and 1967 ), and won the Most Valuable Player award in the 1966 season, when he hit. 317 while setting career highs in home runs ( 29 ) and RBIs ( 119 ).
Most of the plates in his book illustrate the diseased lung as do these four images that are consistent with lungs affected by tuberculosis.
Swann, who caught four passes for a Super Bowl record 161 yards and one touchdown, became the first wide receiver to be named the Super Bowl's Most Valuable Player.