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Most now admit that Bede, Gildas, Nennius and The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles cannot be the infallible guides to early English history that Guest, Freeman and Green thought them to be.
Most of the Project's titles, especially the early work, share common traits ( likely influenced by Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon, on which Parsons was the audio engineer in 1973 ).
Most early writers concur in placing it on an island ; so Tukulti-Ninurta II, Assur-nasir-pal, Isidore, Ammianus Marcellinus, Ibn Serapion, al-Istakri, Abulfeda and al-Karamani.
Most early sources in the West that examine the art of acting (, hypokrisis ) discuss it as part of rhetoric.
Most, however, interpret the genre as epic stories of early Christian miracles and conversions.
Most Protestants deny the need for this type of continuity and the historical claims involved have been severely questioned ; Eric Jay comments that the account given of the emergence of the episcopate in chapter III of Lumen Gentium " is very sketchy, and many ambiguities in the early history of the Christian ministry are passed over " Their reasons are given in detail below.
Most Protestant denominations deny the need of maintaining episcopal continuity with the early Church, holding that the role of the apostles was that, having been chosen directly by Jesus as witnesses of his resurrection, they were to be the " special instruments of the Holy Spirit in founding and building up the Church ".
Most of IBM's early binary " scientific " computers, beginning with the vacuum tube IBM 701 in 1952, used a single 36-bit accumulator, along with a separate multiplier / quotient register to handle operations with longer results.
Most early BBSes operated as individual systems.
Most of his early compositions offer a blend of nationalist and late Romanticism elements.
Most of these early compositions are either scored for piano solo or include a piano.
Most breviaries published in the late 1950s and early 1960s used this " Pian Psalter ".
Most of these early synchronous CPUs ran at low clock rates compared to modern microelectronic designs ( see below for a discussion of clock rate ).
Most early vector CPUs, such as the Cray-1, were associated almost exclusively with scientific research and cryptography applications.
Most British comedy films of the early 1970s were spin-offs of television series, including Dad's Army and On the Buses.
Most species of brachiopods, a small phylum of marine invertebrates, survived the K – Pg extinction event and diversified during the early Paleocene.
Most episodes in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s rated with over 20 million viewers and during the 1990s and early 2000s 15 – 20 million per episode would be typical Like most terrestrial television in the UK, a dramatic decline in viewership has taken place and the show currently posts figures of between 8 and 14 million per episode.
Most scholars believe that Cyril was born and brought up in Caesarea of Palestine but some say he may have been born in Jerusalem because of his early knowledge of the city's layout, but this could have been attributed to research or information he learned after moving there to become bishop.
" Most samples of early work claimed to be crochet turn out to actually be samples of nålebinding.
Trumbo's 1939 anti-war novel, Johnny Got His Gun, won one of the early National Book Awards: the Most Original Book of 1939.
Most date from the early Neolithic period ( 4000 to 3000 BC ).
Most early discussions of diaspora were firmly rooted in a conceptual ' homeland '; they were concerned with a paradigmatic case, or a small number of core cases.
Most of Vertov's early work was unpublished, and few manuscripts remain after the Second World War, though some material survived in later films and documentaries created by Vertov and his brothers, Boris Kaufman and Mikhail Kaufman.
Most scholars date it to the early 2nd century, and distinguish in it two separate Eucharistic traditions, the earlier tradition in chapter 10 and the later one preceding it in chapter 9.
Most of the taped programs ( as well as some early kinescopes ) were preserved, and excerpts have been released on home video.

Most and Lord
In formal documents, the Archbishop of Canterbury is referred to as " The Most Reverend Father in God, Forenames, by Divine Providence Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate of All England and Metropolitan ".
A well-known instance of the " John Cardinal Doe " style is that in the proclamation, in Latin, of the election of a new pope by the cardinal protodeacon: " Annuntio vobis gaudium magnum ; habemus Papam: Eminentissimum ac Reverendissimum Dominum, Dominum ( first name ) Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalem ( last name ), ..." ( Meaning: " I announce to you a great joy ; we have a Pope: The Most Eminent and Most Reverend Lord, Lord ( first name ) Cardinal of the Holy Roman Church ( last name ), ...")
When Fat ' h Ali became the Shah of Persia in 1797, he was given a set of the Britannica's 3rd edition, which he read completely ; after this feat, he extended his royal title to include " Most Formidable Lord and Master of the Encyclopædia Britannica ".
God graced me with being able, through such a singular sign, to reveal to my Lord my devotion and the desire I have that his glorious name live as equal among the stars, and since it is up to me, the first discoverer, to name these new planets, I wish, in imitation of the great sages who placed the most excellent heroes of that age among the stars, to inscribe these with the name of the Most Serene Grand Duke.
Most scholars see chapters 1 – 16 ( the Priestly code ) and chapters 17 – 26 ( the Holiness code ) as the work of two related schools, but while the Holiness material employs the same technical terms as the Priestly code, it broadens their meaning from pure ritual to the theological and moral, turning the ritual of the Priestly code into a model for the relationship of Israel to God: as the tabernacle is made holy by the presence of the Lord and kept apart from uncleanliness, so He will dwell among Israel when Israel is purified ( made holy ) and separated from other peoples.
Most European nations were praying for mercy: " Sagittis hungarorum libera nos Domine "-" Lord save us from the arrows of Hungarians "
When the venerable Roman pontiff heard that, said: " Most beloved brethren, today is manifest in you what the Lord says in the Gospel, ' Where two or three are gathered together in my name there am I in the midst of them.
In the Anglican Communion, archbishops are styled " The Most Reverend " and addressed as " Your Grace ", while bishops are styled " The Right Reverend " and addressed as " My Lord " or " Your Lordship ".
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.
It later appears prominently in the title of Joshua Barnes's The History of that Most Victorious Monarch, Edward IIId, King of England and France, and Lord of Ireland, and First Founder of the Most Noble Order of the Garter: Being a Full and Exact Account Of the Life and Death of the said King: Together with That of his Most Renowned Son, Edward, Prince of Wales and of Aquitain, Sirnamed the Black-Prince ( 1688 ).
A doge was referred to variously by the titles " My Lord the Doge " ( Monsignor el Doxe ), " Most Serene Prince " ( Serenissimo Principe ), and " His Serenity " ( Sua Serenità ).
In the Iberian Peninsula, Portugal's and Spain's university heads or presidents have the title Magnífico Reitor / Rector Magnífico, and are usually styled, in official ceremonies, with the denomination of " Most Excellent and Illustrious Sir or Lord ".
In Spain, the Rector of the University of Salamanca, the oldest on the Iberian Peninsula, is usually styled according to academic protocol as Excelentísimo e Ilustrísimo Señor Profesor Doctor Don ( Rector's name ), Rector Magnífico de la Universidad de Salamanca (" The Most Excellent and Most Illustrious Lord Professor Doctor Don ( Rector's name ), Rector Magnificus of the University of Salamanca ").
Formally styled as " Excelentísimo e Ilustrísimo Señor Profesor Doctor Don N, Rector Magnífico de la Universidad de X " ( Most Excellent and Illustrious Lord Professor Doctor Don N, Rector Magnificus of the University of X ), it is an office of high dignity within Spanish society, usually being highly respected.
Most accounts of the creation of the lamington agree that it was named after Lord Lamington, who served as Governor of Queensland from 1896 to 1901.
Most importantly, Thomas Seymour had sought to officially receive the governorship of King Edward, as no earlier Lord Protectors, unlike Somerset, had ever held both functions.
Most temples of Lord Shiva will have a statue of Vīrabhadra.
Most notably " The Battle of Evermore ", " Misty Mountain Hop ", " No Quarter ", " Ramble On " and " Over the Hills and Far Away " contain verses referencing Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.
:" Most gracious Father, who by thy providence rulest, in thy generosity feedest, and by thy blessing preservest all that thou hast created ; bless us, we beseech thee, and these creatures for our use, so that they may be hallowed and of benefit to us, and we, strengthened thereby, may be rendered fitter for all good works ; to the praise of thy eternal name, through Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen.

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