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Most of us remember and think of the Wagner-Peyser Act in its historical sense, as a major milestone in the development of public placement services.
Most of the population lives in the western and northwestern parts of the country, where the two major cities, Yerevan and Gyumri ( which was called Aleksandropol ' during the tsarist period ), are located.
Most of the major temples, including the Parthenon, were rebuilt under the leadership of Pericles during the Golden Age of Athens ( 460 – 430 BC ).
Most recently the 2008 movie Iron Man used the Larghetto movement from Salieri's Piano Concerto in C major.
Most of the major developments in analytical chemistry take place after 1900.
Most major powers repudiated Cold War assassination tactics, though many allege that this was merely a smokescreen for political benefit and that covert and illegal training of assassins continues today, with Russia, Israel, the U. S., Argentina, Paraguay, Chile, and other nations accused of still regularly engaging in such operations.
Most of Australia's iron ore is also mined in the Pilbara and it also has one of the world's major manganese mines,
Most of the major highways have an excellent bitumen surface and other major roads are usually well-maintained dirt roads.
Most of the major Beanoland attractions remain in operation today but have been rethemed as " Wild Asia ".
Most imperial powers had not foreseen a need to prepare their colonies for independence ; for example, Britain had given limited self-rule to India and Sri Lanka, while treating British Somaliland as little more than a trading post, while all major decisions for French colonies were made in Paris and Belgium prohibited any self-government up until it suddenly granted independence to its colonies in 1960.
Most clearly seen in his two major exiles where Cyril was disgraced and forced to leave his position and his people behind.
Most of his roles are cameo appearances, as in Into The Night, Jason X, To Die For, Blood_and_Donuts and Alias, but on occasion he has played major roles, as in Nightbreed or Last Night.
Most of the docks themselves have survived and are now used as marinas or watersports centres ( the major exception being the Surrey Commercial Docks, now largely filled in ).
Most of the major companies made films in all the genres, but some had a special interest in certain kinds of films.
Most obviously, the musical film was born ; the first classic-style Hollywood musical was The Broadway Melody ( 1929 ) and the form would find its first major creator in choreographer / director Busby Berkeley ( 42nd Street, 1933, Dames, 1934 ).
Most of the film noirs of the classic period were similarly low-and modestly budgeted features without major stars — B movies either literally or in spirit.
It was the second major " wanted " list following the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.
Most major circuits in France, Italy, Spain, Germany and the United Kingdom saw the series visit at least once.
Most soils have three major horizons -- the surface horizon ( A ), the subsoil ( B ), and the substratum ( C ).
Most of the major parts, however, were made elsewhere, including some probably fabricated at the West Milwaukee railshops where oldest brother William A. Davidson was then toolroom foreman.
Most classical Italian poems are composed of hendecasyllables ; for example, the major works by Dante, Francesco Petrarca, Ludovico Ariosto, and Torquato Tasso.
Most hotels and major hospitality companies that operate hotels have set widely accepted industry standards to classify hotel types.
Most major compiler vendors for Windows still provide free copies of their command-line tools, including Microsoft ( Visual C ++, Platform SDK,. NET Framework SDK, nmake utility ), Embarcadero Technologies ( bcc32 compiler, make utility ).
Most major IC / BPS clinics now evaluate the pelvic floor and / or refer patients directly to a physical therapist for a prompt treatment of pelvic floor muscle tension or weakness.

Most and religious
Most of the music was religious, but the purpose of communal singing was not primarily spiritual.
Most removals of the clitoris occur as female genital mutilation, defined by the World Health Organisation as " all procedures involving partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or other injury to the female genital organs whether for cultural, religious or other non-therapeutic reasons.
Most proxies for " grievance "-the theory that civil wars begin because of issues of identity, rather than economics-were statistically insignificant, including economic equality, political rights, ethnic polarization and religious fractionalization.
Most modern eschatology and apocalypticism, both religious and secular, involves the violent disruption or destruction of the world, whereas Christian and Jewish eschatologies view the end times as the consummation or perfection of God's creation of the world.
* Most of the Polytheistic religious deities and texts of Pre-Western Americas, Oceania, and Africa, were destroyed by Christian missionaries and their converts.
Most of the manuscripts were created by Christian monks, who may well have been torn between the desire to record their native culture and their religious hostility to pagan beliefs resulting in some of the gods being euhemerized.
Most Jewish Israelis classify themselves as " secular " ( hiloni ), " traditional " ( masorti ), " religious " ( dati ) or Haredi.
Most outers target those who support decisions and further policy, both religious and secular, which discriminate against gay people while they themselves live a clandestine gay existence.
Most presidents have been formal members of a particular church or religious body, and a specific affiliation can be assigned to every president from Garfield on.
Most claim that men and women have complementary, yet different roles in religious life, resulting in different religious obligations.
Most Iranians had a deep respect for the Shi ' a clergy or Ulema, and tended to be religious, traditional, and alienated from the process of Westernization pursued by the Shah.
Most countries of the Middle East and North Africa maintain a dual system of secular courts and religious courts, in which the religious courts mainly regulate marriage and inheritance.
Most of the early Uyghur literary works were translations of Buddhist and Manichean religious texts, but there were also narrative, poetic, and epic works apparently original to the Uyghurs.
Most extant material about Thetis concerns her role as mother of Achilles, but there is some evidence that as the sea-goddess she played a more central role in the religious beliefs and practices of Archaic Greece.
Most major religious festivals of the main communities are included in the list of national holidays.
Most Reconstructionist Jews reject theism, and instead define themselves as religious naturalists.
Most of the villages have their own temple, mosque or church depending on the local religious following.
Most of them have a church and a " Casa do Povo " ( people's house ), where the village's summer romarias or religious festivities are usually held.
Most channels that serve the entire market are receivable in Kalamazoo, including WWMT, WOOD-TV ( NBC ), WXMI ( Fox ), WZPX ( Ion ) and WLLA ( religious ).
Most of them start wearing a white tudung ( Malaysian version of the Muslim headscarf or hijab ) upon entering secondary school, for religious reasons.
Most of the history of Llandaff centres on its role as a religious site.
Most Ancient Egyptian festivals were religious, but others were not such as one festival established by Rameses III to celebrate his victory over the Libyans.

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