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Most of the published literature on Gilbert and Sullivan since that time refers to these works as " Savoy Operas ", " comic operas ", or both.
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Most of the research and published articles concerning autonomous building focus on residential homes.
The paper published by Dr Sudhir Shah makes it clear that dozens of people had access to Hira Ratan Manek during the study and he went on at least one excursion: " Most surprisingly, he had himself climbed the famous Shatrunjay mountain ( Palitana hill ) on 4. 4. 01, on 401st day of his legendary fasting along with 500 fellowmen without anybody ’ s help, within 1. 5 Hrs.
Alphonsus Maria de Liguori ( d. 1787 ), founder of the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer, then brought some attention back to casuistry by publishing again Hermann Busembaum's Medulla Theologiae Moralis ; the last edition published in 1785 and receiving the approbation of the Holy See in 1803.
Most Chinese history that is published in the People's Republic of China is based on a Marxist interpretation of history.
Most of Allegri's published music is in the more progressive early Baroque concertato style, especially the instrumental music.
Most of Palestrina's masses appeared in thirteen volumes printed between 1554 and 1601, the last seven published after his death.
Most of Melville's novels were published first in the United Kingdom and then in the U. S. Sometimes the editions contain substantial differences with Melville acceding to his different publishers ' requirements for different audiences.
Both Greg Bright ( The Hole Maze Book ) and Dave Phillips ( The World's Most Difficult Maze ) published maze books in which the sides of pages could be crossed over and in which holes could allow the pathways to cross from one page to another, and one side of a page to the other, thus enhancing the 3-D routing capacity of 2-D printed illustrations.
Most of these were published between 1986 and 2002, with the exceptions being “ Winterfair Gifts ” ( 2004 ) and Cryoburn ( 2010 ).
Most programming languages have an associated core library ( sometimes known as the ' standard library ', especially if it is included as part of the published language standard ), which is conventionally made available by all implementations of the language.
Most of Altenberg's work is published in the German language and, outside of anthology pieces, is difficult to find.
Most of the terminal unit equipment used for receiving RTTY signals was homebuilt, using designs published in amateur radio publications.
Most of the rest of the poem has recently ( 2004 ) been published from a 3rd century BC papyrus in the Cologne University collection ( P. Köln XI 429 ).
Most published work looks at the origins, growth, diverse typologies, culture, and politics of suburbs, as well as to the gendered and family-oriented nature of suburban space.
An enthusiast of Tangram puzzles, Loyd published a book of seven hundred unique Tangram designs and a fanciful history of the origin of the Tangram, which was, however, presented as true, and has been described as " Sam Loyd's Most Successful Hoax ".
" Most published supplements for Traveller deal in some way with a default setting called the " Third Imperium ", ( sometimes referred to as the Official Traveller Universe ( OTU )), but the main rules are generic enough so that a campaign can be played in any setting the referee chooses.
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Most students of literature, whether they call themselves scholars or critics, are ready to argue that it is possible to understand literary works as well as to enjoy them.
Most occurrences in ancient literature revolve around the basis of the threat of Cerberus being overcome to allow a living being access to the underworld ; in the Aeneid Cerberus was lulled to sleep after being tricked into eating drugged honeycakes and Orpheus put the creature to sleep with his music.
Most natural dyes are mordant dyes and there is therefore a large literature base describing dyeing techniques.
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 literature supports the belief that IC's symptoms are associated with a defect in the bladder epithelium lining allows irritating substances in the urine to penetrate into the bladder — essentially, a breakdown of the bladder lining ( also known as Adherence Theory ).
Most recent reviews of the literature and other articles continue to characterize ECT as safe and effective.
Most authors use " shale " as a term for a fissile mudrock ( regardless of grain size ), although some older literature uses the term " shale " as a synonym for mudrock.
Most Polish literature has been written in the Polish language, though other languages, used in Poland over the centuries, have also contributed to Polish literary traditions, including Yiddish, Lithuanian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, German and Esperanto.
Education Perspective: Most educational researchers studying children's literature explore issues related to the use of children's literature in classroom settings.
Most often seen in dramatic literature, the term can variously describe either a tragic play which contains enough comic elements to lighten the overall mood or, often, a serious play with a happy ending.
Most of this literature has not been translated into English, but remains in its original language ( usually Arabic, Urdu, Persian, or Turkish ).
Most modern scholars hold that the canonical Gospel accounts were written between 70 and 100 or 110 CE, four to eight decades after the crucifixion, although based on earlier traditions and texts, such as " Q ", Logia or sayings gospels, the passion account or other earlier literature ( See List of Gospels ).
Most of our knowledge of classical literature now derives from copies made in the scriptoria of Charlemagne.
Most recently, the University of Freiburg purchased a large historic villa in the district of Herdern, which will house part of the literature and linguistics as well as history departments of the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies ( FRIAS ).
Most world universities use a 5 chapter format: a ) an introduction, which introduces the research topic, the methodology, as well as its scope and significance ; b ) a literature review, reviewing relevant literature and showing how this has informed the research issue ; c ) a methodology chapter, explaining how the research has been designed and why the research methods / population / data collection and analysis being used have been chosen ; d ) a findings chapter, outlining the findings of the research itself ; e ) an analysis and discussion chapter, analysing the findings and discussing them in the context of the literature review ( this chapter is often divided into two — analysis and discussion ); f ) a conclusion.
Most notably, all teachers, even those who generally teach subjects far from literature and philosophy, may teach seminar classes.