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Most immediately relevant to these episodes in Goa, Katanga and Ghana, as to the Suez-Hungary crisis before them, is the belief that the main theater of the world drama is the underdeveloped region of Asia, Africa and Latin America.
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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 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 denominations ( a notable exception being the Seventh Day Adventists ) would affirm the statement from the Catechism of the Catholic Church ( above ), with the exception of the parenthetical phrase, " through a purification or immediately.
Most of the planetary orbits can be rather closely approximated as circles, so it is not immediately evident that the orbits are ellipses.
Most of her life, she was known as Maria Feodorovna (), the name which she took when she converted to Orthodoxy immediately before her 1866 marriage to the future Emperor Alexander III.
Most immediately, his subdued Catherine's Room 2001, has many scene by scene parallels with Andrea di Bartolo's 1393 St. Catherine of Siena Praying.
In the Slavic practice, at the end of Vespers, Compline is immediately served, featuring a special Canon of the Crucifixion of our Lord and the Lamentation of the Most Holy Theotokos by Symeon the Logothete.
Most of the gods, as they sat down to dinner with Tantalus, immediately understood what had happened, and, because they knew the nature of the meat they were served, were appalled and did not partake.
Most of the area is immediately north or south of U. S. Route 26, though a spur south into parts of Welches and a spur north along East Lolo Pass Road is also included.
Most academic experts agree on one aspect of the crash: It wiped out billions of dollars of wealth in one day, and this immediately depressed consumer buying.
Most likely he died from, or was immediately disabled by, a lucky shot from the forward observer crouched in the rikko's forward glassed-in nose ... the nose gunner's 7. 7mm slugs very likely penetrated Butch's cockpit from above on the port side and ahead of the F6F's armor plate.
Most rare diseases are genetic, and thus are present throughout the person's entire life, even if symptoms do not immediately appear.
Most ECNs charge commissions to customers who want to have their orders filled immediately at the best prices available, but the ECNs pay commissions to buyers or sellers who " add liquidity " by placing limit orders that create " market-making " in a security.
" Most of the precedents Minton helped establish were overturned by the Warren Court in the years immediately following his retirement.
Most immediately, Napoleon Bonaparte had established a new empire in France in 1804 following that country's revolution.
Most notable initially for its layout — Suzuka is the only figure-eight race track to appear on the F1 calendar — immediately it saw another World Title decided, as Nigel Mansell injured himself when he crashed his Williams-Honda in practice and consequently could not start the race, effectively handing the title to his team-mate Nelson Piquet.
Most of the voices of the children were recast almost immediately, as it was deemed that their ( original ) thick accents would be too confusing for young viewers to understand.
Most of the small shops and restaurants that form the heart of Bucharest are to be found in the areas immediately to the north of Centrul Civic.
Most people believe they are synonyms, but to Muslim scholars there is a distinction: Bakkah refers to the Kaaba and the sacred site immediately surrounding it, while Mecca is the name of the city in which they are both located.
Most ODI cricket takes place in a stand-alone series between two nations, immediately before or after a test series.
Most electoral fraud takes place during or immediately after election campaigns, by interfering with the voting process or the counting of votes.
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Most acids encountered in everyday life are aqueous solutions, or can be dissolved in water, and these two definitions are most relevant.
Most famously, Hippocrates invented the Hippocratic Oath for physicians, which is still relevant and in use today.
Most notably Fahrenheit where it is used to allow a player to keep track of multiple simultaneous elements relevant to the gameplay.
Most of the skills acquired when exploring classic IBM mainframe operating system versions are still relevant when transitioning to licensed IBM machines running the latest versions.
Most patients who are homozygous for HFE mutations will not manifest clinically relevant haemochromatosis ( see Genetics below ).
Most entries link to a page that provides greater detail and relevant examples, but a short definition is placed here for convenience.
Most service providers have four basic types of information about its users that may be relevant to a criminal investigation ; 1 ) basic identity / subscriber information supplied by the user in creating the account ; 2 ) IP log-in information ; 3 ) files stored in a user ’ s profile ( such as “ about me ” information or lists of friends ); and 4 ) user sent and received message content.
Most publications are relevant to the International strategic community, both academically and militarily.
Most notably, the site has embedded programming so you can watch current and relevant shows from the website.
Most relevant experiments have used a classical conditioning procedure, though instrumental ( operant ) conditioning experiments have also been used, and the strength of classical conditioning is often measured through its operant effects, as in conditioned suppression ( see Phenomena section above ) and autoshaping.
Most of the relevant theories were derived by the German geodesist Friedrich Robert Helmert in his famous books Die mathematischen und physikalischen Theorieen der höheren Geodäsie, Einleitung und 1 Teil ( 1880 ); English translation: Mathematical and Physical Theories of Higher Geodesy, Vol.
Most of middle or low social status others were buried in graveyards around the relevant church again divided by social status.
Most world universities use a 5 chapter format: a ) an introduction, which introduces the research topic, the methodology, as well as its scope and significance ; b ) a literature review, reviewing relevant literature and showing how this has informed the research issue ; c ) a methodology chapter, explaining how the research has been designed and why the research methods / population / data collection and analysis being used have been chosen ; d ) a findings chapter, outlining the findings of the research itself ; e ) an analysis and discussion chapter, analysing the findings and discussing them in the context of the literature review ( this chapter is often divided into two — analysis and discussion ); f ) a conclusion.
Most of his officers rationalize his bias as simply not being particularly fond of anyone ; initially, Vimes is jokingly described as fond of rural dwarfs and wizards, primarily because most do not cause crimes relevant to him.
Most members of the Executive Council are Cabinet Ministers, but some are appointed as so-called " Minister outside Cabinet " who traditionally hold minor portfolios or serve as Associate Ministers, with carefully specified powers and responsibilities delegated to them by relevant portfolio ministers.
Most of these works, although important in unearthing, and in some cases preserving, locally relevant ballads, largely depended on manuscript sources, rather than oral collection and often did not give tunes, but only lyrics.
Most of the forms and functions of communication described above are relevant to intra-species communication.
Most felt it was reasonable, granted that the use wasn't exploitative and helped to support the message of the video, a message that they believed was decidedly relevant.
Most street newspapers report on issues regarding homelessness and poverty, sometimes functioning as a main source of information on policy changes and other practical issues that are relevant to the homeless but may go unreported in mainstream media.