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Most notably, all teachers, even those who generally teach subjects far from literature and philosophy, may teach seminar classes.
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Most notably are the characters of Dr. Eric Leidner in Murder in Mesopotamia, Signor Richetti in Death on the Nile, and many minor characters in They Came to Baghdad were archaeologists.
Most notably, Ajax is not wounded in any of the battles described in the Iliad, and he is the only principal character on either side who does not receive personal assistance from any of the gods who take part in the battles.
Most notably, Carnegie believed that the future leaders of society would rise from the ranks the poor.
( Most notably, in the case Li v. Yellow Cab Co., 13 Cal. 3d 804 ( 1975 ), the California Supreme Court adopted the principle of comparative negligence in the face of a California Civil Code provision codifying the traditional common-law doctrine of contributory negligence.
* Trinidad and Tobago: Most notably curried chicken, goat, beef ( eaten by Muslims and Christians ) shrimp, and curry aloo
Most notably, they traded with the Pittsburgh Pirates for outfielder Kenny Lofton and third baseman Aramis Ramirez, and rode dominant pitching, led by Kerry Wood and Mark Prior, as the Cubs led the division down the stretch.
Most notably, the Commonwealth of Nations, an association primarily of former members of the British Empire, is often referred to as simply " the Commonwealth ".
Most notably, the theory has legitimized the entry of private business owners and quasi -" bourgeois " elements into the party.
Most Compaq products have been re-branded with the HP nameplate, such as the company's market leading ProLiant server line, while the Compaq brand remains on only some consumer-oriented and budget products, notably Compaq Presario PCs.
Most notably, the 1978 comedy film National Lampoon's Animal House was co-written by Chris Miller ' 63, and is based loosely on a series of stories he wrote about his fraternity days at Dartmouth.
Most notably, from 1995 to 1998, ownership of EVM criteria ( reduced to 32 ) was transferred to industry by adoption of ANSI EIA 748-A standard.
Most notably, he wrote Poème Électronique for the Phillips pavilion at the Brussels World Fair in 1958.
Most notably, in Round 15 against, the Bombers jumped the Saints early by kicking the first 16 points of the match and led for the majority of the match, only to lose the lead by halfway through the final quarter, and ultimately the match by just three points.
Most notably were the Second Edition adventure module GW5 " Rapture of the Deep " and the conclusion to the metaplot storyline put forth in Kim Eastland's Third Edition module series ( GW6-10 ).
Most notably, gerrymandering is particularly effective in non-proportional systems that tend towards fewer parties, such as first past the post.
Most presidents in such countries are selected by democratic means ( popular direct or indirect election ); however, like all other systems, the presidential model also encompasses people who become head of state by other means, notably through military dictatorship or coup d ' état, as often seen in Latin American, Middle Eastern and other presidential regimes.
Most notably in " The Colour Out of Space ", the inability of science to comprehend a contaminated meteorite leads to horror.
Most common interest in hair is focused on hair growth, hair types and hair care, but hair is also an important biomaterial primarily composed of protein, notably keratin.
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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 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 ''.
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 fundamentally all substances are matter, a theme taken up by science, which postulated one or more matters, such as earth, air, fire or water ( Empedocles ).
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.
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.