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Most of these, with horrible exceptions, were conceived as is a ship, not as an attempt to quell the ocean of mankind, nor to deny its force, but as a means to survive and enjoy it.
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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.
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Most Republicans agreed with Lincoln that the North was the aggrieved party, as the Slave Power tightened its grasp on the national government with the Dred Scott decision and the presidency of James Buchanan.
Most of Aristotle's work is probably not in its original form, since it was most likely edited by students and later lecturers.
Most of Armenia is drained by the Araks or its tributary, the Hrazdan, which flows from Lake Sevan.
Most commonly, bandwidth refers to the 3-dB bandwidth, that is, the frequency range within which the spectral density ( in W / Hz or V < sup > 2 </ sup >/ Hz ) is above half its maximum value ( or the spectral amplitude, in V or V / Hz, is more than 70. 7 % of its maximum ); that is, above − 3 dB relative to the peak.
Although the March 2007 issue of Foreign Policy listed BJU as one of " The World's Most Controversial Religious Sites " because of its past influence on American politics, BJU has seen little political controversy since Stephen Jones became president.
Most of its ethnically and linguistically diverse population lives in the south, with densities ranging from 54 persons per square kilometers in the Logone River basin to 0. 1 persons in the northern B. E. T.
Most of these institutes focus on a form of economics called macroeconomics which keeps its eyes on things such as inflation: the rate at which money loses its value over time ; growth: how much money a government has and how quickly it accrues money ; unemployment, and rates of trade between other countries.
Most of its production is in the upper metre or so of the soil column, where the cosmogenic neutron flux is still sufficiently strong.
Most definitions of Continental Europe extend the boundaries of the continent to its standard boundaries, the Ural Mountains, Ural River, Caspian Sea and the Caucasus Mountains.
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The most notable difference is the number of its heads: Most sources describe or depict three heads ; others show it with two or even just one ; a smaller number of sources show a variable number, sometimes as many as 50 or even 100.
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.
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Most of the villages that in 1932 were suddenly included in the new Chianti Classico area added in Chianti to their name-such as Greve in Chianti which amended its name in 1972.
Most tourists visit the Dominican Republic on account of its beaches, but there is an expanding eco-tourism and outdoor activity sector, focused on the country's mountains and wildlife.
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Most of these, including the small code size and small data set size, were understood at the time of its publication in 1984.
Most of its Amazonian territory was never under its effective control.

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Most members of the U.S. Senate, because they are human, like to eat as high on the hog as they can.
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Most commonly crushing leaves emits a marked smell, aromatic to foetid, but absent in some members.
Most Amber characters are members of the two ruling classes in the Amber multiverse, and are much more advanced in matters of strength, endurance, psyche, warfare and sorcery than ordinary beings.
Most members have a complex life-cycle, involving both asexual and sexual reproduction.
Most members share a suite of glucosinolate compounds that have a typical pungent odour usually associated with cole crops.
Most SDP members voted in favour of the merger, but SDP leader David Owen objected and continued to lead a " rump " SDP, with the merger of the two parties being completed in March 1988 to form the Social and Liberal Democrats, becoming the Liberal Democrats in October 1989.
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 of the members have one or more storage bodies called Pyrenoids located in the chloroplast.
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 American members of the Christian Right consider homosexual acts as sinful and think it should not be accepted by society.
Most members of these two groups are easily recognizable as cacti.
Most Protestant communities, including Reformed, Evangelical, Methodist, the Church of Sweden, and Anglicans practice open communion in the sense of not limiting it to members of their own Church alone, but some of them require that the communicant be a baptized person or a member of a partner church.
Most members of Enterobacteriaceae have peritrichous, type I fimbriae involved in the adhesion of the bacterial cells to their hosts.
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Most of the group's members also had professional ambitions within science fiction and related fields, and collectively were very effective at achieving this goal, as the roster of members below suggests.
Most Presidents have been members of the CDU as this party is usually the strongest in the Bundestag and also often in the states.
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Most UN members and the Holy See are Member States of the IAEA.
Most members abandoned the movement in 1886-87, leaving at most 100, 000 in 1890.
Most of those who remain trade union members in Poland work for former state-owned companies.
Most of the royalist members of Parliament joined him there, where they formed the Oxford Parliament.

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