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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 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 developments
Most other Navy developments followed the same fate.
Most theories see the nation state as a 19th-century European phenomenon, facilitated by developments such as mass literacy and the early mass media.
Most of these developments were included in the Alto, which added the now familiar SRI-developed mouse unifying into a single model most aspects of now-standard personal computer use.
Aside from journalism, Kelly has written books describing political developments starting with The Unmaking of Gough ( 1976 ) on the Australian constitutional crisis of 1975 and Prime Minister Gough Whitlam ( later titled The Dismissal: Australia's Most Sensational Power Struggle: The Dramatic Fall of Gough Whitlam ).
Most of these developments are described by Vitruvius writing in the first century AD in his work De Architectura.
Most people maintain a low level of interest in issues that are not center to their daily lives, such as developments in the various fields of science and technology.
Most recent developments in surface sciences include the 2007 Nobel prize of Chemistry winner Gerhard Ertl's advancements in surface chemistry, specifically
Most recent developments in CSCL have been called E-Learning 2. 0, but the concept of collaborative or group learning whereby instructional methods are designed to encourage or require students to work together on learning tasks has existed much longer.
Most irregular paradigms ( like man: men ) can be explained by philological developments that affected one form of a word but not another.
Most of these base themselves in the More London and London Bridge City developments.
Most newer housing developments in Elk Grove lie west between Highway 99 and Interstate 5, the major north-south highway for the U. S. West Coast, in two areas locally called " Laguna Creek " and " Laguna West ".
Most of the growth started in the 1980s, when several new developments were constructed, such as Colony Lakes and the expansion of Beach Haven West, and Ocean Acres, which strayed from being a community of summer homes into a booming development of Single-family homes.
Most of the " mill houses " where employees lived and raised their families for generations have been torn down to make room for new housing developments and some areas have been converted to industrial centers containing various types of businesses.
Most of the residential housing developments in Singapore are publicly governed and developed.
Most were built detached from pre-existing neighbourhoods, often some distance from the existing urban areas and connected via mass transit to the older developments and city centre.
Most of the original manors have been demolished and low density housing developments built.
" Most of these developments have this feature in common, that the distribution functions of the various stochastic variables which enter into their problems are assumed to be of known functional form, and the theories of estimation and of testing hypotheses are theories of estimation of and of testing hypotheses about, one or more parameters.
Most basically, they are a logical device, an artificial framework, for presenting the individual factors / topics ( or coherent groups of these ) so that these are made easily available for managers ' use-as useful ideas about future developments in their own right-without reference to the rest of the scenario.
Most are specialised variants of airliners, others are commercial developments of military transport aircraft, and a few are purpose-designed for the role.
Most of his madrigals were for five or six voices, were light in style, and largely ignored the progressive developments in Italy such as expressive chromaticism and word-painting.
Most countries involved in Middle Eastern peace keeping missions deploy modern developments of these vehicles like the RG-31 ( Canada, United Arab Emirates, United States )
Most jurisdictions exempt smaller developments, but some require that even developments incurring only a fraction of an inclusionary housing unit pay a fee ( see below ).
Most of the terms used for throwing machines were vague, and could refer to a number of specific engines, and all went through a number of changes and developments over the period.

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