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Most of the local schools show openness to Arab culture, even providing Arabic language classes for both Italians and Arabs, and encouraging integration with the autochthonous students.
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Most suburbs have their own local shops, and are located close to a larger shopping centre serving a group of suburbs.
Most cable systems are required by their franchise agreement to offer some channels, including local broadcast stations, educational, and community access channels ( PEG ), for a low rate ; this is called " Basic Cable ".
Most systems use hybrid fiber coaxial ( HFC ) distribution ; this means the trunklines that carry the signal from the headend to local neighborhoods are optical fiber to provide greater bandwidth and also extra capacity for future expansion.
Most qualify as an internist, pediatrician, or gynecologist for a few years before specializing, depending on the local training system.
Most of those countries engaged in local wars, the largest of them being the Polish-Soviet War ( 1919 – 1921 ).
Most notably, the “ British exploited the political weakness of the Mughal state, and, while military activity was important at various times, the economic and administrative incorporation of local elites was also of crucial significance ”.
Most political activity between the wars was local, and this succeeded most among the Luo of Kenya, where progressive young leaders became senior chiefs.
Most email clients offer a user option to prefer plain text over HTML ; this is an example of how local factors may affect how an application chooses which " best " part of the message to display.
Most local recipients of development aid do not connect the aid to the agricultural and land restrictions.
Most circuits have fewer ministers than churches, and the majority of services are led by lay local preachers, or by supernumerary ministers ( ministers who have retired, called supernumerary because they are not counted for official purposes in the numbers of ministers for the circuit in which they are listed ).
Most threatening, however, was the ascendancy of Assyria, which was beginning to expand westward from Mesopotamia: the Battle of Qarqar ( 853 BC ), which pitted Shalmaneser III of Assyria against a coalition of local kings, including Ahab, was the first clash between Assyria and Israel.
Most of the airports in Puerto Rico are used exclusively for private planes and for limited passenger travel to local destinations within Puerto Rico and the Caribbean.
Most of the works to create the swimming areas and Madeira Road were carried out to make work for the local unemployed during the Depression.
Most counties have companies that do ticketing, marketing and financing of local passenger rail, but the actual operation are done by the above mentioned companies.
Most cities were destroyed, while the remaining local population moved to the highland areas, establishing fortified towns.
Most awards denote excellence in a specific pursuit such as local service, arts and sciences, and combat.
Most of male population in Siam were in service of court officials while their wives and daughters might do some small-scale trade in local markets.
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Most Aster CT-80's ( about 10 thousand of them ) were sold to schools for computer education, in a project first known as the " honderd scholen project " ( one hundred schools project ), but which later involved many more than just one hundred schools.
Most American middle schools, high schools, and colleges have organized cheerleading squads made up solely of students.
Most schools in Ireland are state-aided parish schools, established under diocesan patronage but with capital costs, teachers salaries and a per head fee paid to the school.
Most of these programs were offered to students in low-income families, low performing schools, or special-education programs.
Isaacs considered that ' Unconscious phantasies exert a continuous influence throughout life, both in normal and neurotic people, the difference lying in the specific character of the dominant phantasies '; Most schools of psychoanalytic thought would now accept that ' Both in analysis and life, we perceive reality through a veil of unconscious fantasy '.
Although the Chinese and Indian communities could maintain their own Chinese and Tamil-language primary schools, all their students were required to learn Malay, and to study an agreed “ Malayan curriculum .” Most importantly, the entry exam to the University of Malaya ( which moved from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur in 1963 ) would be conducted in Malay, even though most teaching at the university was in English until the 1970s.
Most western scholars regard the Theravada school to be one of the Hinayana schools referred to in Mahayana literature, or regard Hinayana as a synonym for Theravada.
Most football historians agree that a few schools, notably Saint Louis University ( under coach Eddie Cochems ), Michigan, Carlisle and Minnesota, had passing attacks in place before Rockne arrived at Notre Dame.
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 evidence suggests that girls could not attend the less ambitious town schools, the lower-tier writing-reading schools mandated for townships of over fifty families.
Most groups meet in libraries, schools and universities, community centers, pubs or restaurants, or the homes of individual members.
Most modern styles of t ' ai chi ch ' uan trace their development to at least one of the five traditional schools: Chen, Yang, Wu ( Hao ), Wu, and Sun.
Most of the graduate and professional schools, including the Ross School of Business, the Law School and the School of Dentistry, are on Central Campus.
Most of the elementary schools in Victoria now offer the popular French immersion programmes in addition to programs in English.
Most high school marching band competitions occur in the fall when the majority of schools begin classes.