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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.
Most mail these days consists of nothing that could truly be called a letter.
Most of these would be in the Northern Hemisphere, where the fallout is concentrating.
Most immediately relevant to these episodes in Goa, Katanga and Ghana, as to the Suez-Hungary crisis before them, is the belief that the main theater of the world drama is the underdeveloped region of Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Most psychiatrists dismiss these instances of that weird feeling as the deja vue ( already seen ) illusion, just as they dismiss dream previsions as coincidences.
Most of these former churches are now used as warehouses, but `` neither Anglicans nor Nonconformists object to selling churches to Roman Catholics '', and have done so.
Most of their original objections about `` shells '' were overridden by the relief that these hideous ( to them ) bodies were mercifully concealed.
Most acids encountered in everyday life are aqueous solutions, or can be dissolved in water, and these two definitions are most relevant.
Most of these are concentrated in the city centre along the cultural boulevard of North Terrace, King William Street and in various districts of the metropolitan area.
Most broadly, all numbers that can be defined explicitly or implicitly in terms of polynomials, exponentials, and logarithms are called " elementary numbers ", and these include the algebraic numbers, plus some transcendental numbers.
Most people did not consider the depiction of a Brillo Box or a store-bought urinal to be art until Andy Warhol and Marcel Duchamp ( respectively ) placed them in the context of art ( i. e., the art gallery ), which then provided the association of these objects with the associations that define art.
Most of these devices are beam type specimens.
Most armies now place these services in specialist branches with specialist repair elements in batteries and units.
Most of these data have been recorded by Plutarch, Florus, Cicero, Dio ( Dion ) Cassius and Dionysius of Halicarnassus ( L. 2 ).
Most storms in the interior of Alaska originate in the Gulf of Alaska, south of the state, though these storms often have limited precipitation due to a rain shadow effect caused by the Alaska Range.
Most Spruance-class destroyers were later modified to include the Mk 41 VLS, these launchers are capable of carrying a mixture of the VL-ASROC, the Tomahawk TLAM, and other missiles.
Most of these terms also apply to softball.
Most of these elements come from minerals in a process called mineral nutrition.
Most of these early compositions are either scored for piano solo or include a piano.
Most likely one of these two is the biblical Barnabas ; the first one is more likely, because the numbering by Hippolytus seems to indicate a level of significance.
Most of these presenters also regularly stand in during the week.
Most of these interpretations are easily seen to be equivalent to counting k-combinations.
Most of these Victorian terraces still exist and, along with more modern social housing, characterise the area today.
Most legal systems require sufficient notice to be given to all directors of these meetings, and that a quorum must be present before any business may be conducted.

Most and side-effects
Most prominent of all global risks are those which derive from the impacts of climate change, with side-effects in many unanticipated areas.

Most and disappear
Most telephone companies now also function as internet service providers ( ISPs ), and the distinction between a telephone company and an ISP may disappear completely over time, as the current trend for supplier convergence in the industry continues.
Most of the cast do acting work on other projects and can disappear for a period if they are working on long-term commitments such as films or television series.
Most of the vacant lots were beginning to disappear as homes multiplied.
Most of the acute side effects associated with brachytherapy can be treated with medication or through dietary changes, and usually disappear over time ( typically a matter of weeks ), once the treatment is completed.
Most Anarchists, both historically and up to the present day, see borders and national divisions as detrimental and envision a world in which distinctions of race and ethnicity fade and disappear over time as the ideal.
Most symptoms of cinchonism ( except in severe cases ) are reversible and disappear once quinine is withdrawn.
Most cases of anosognosia appear to simply disappear over time, while other cases can last indefinitely.
Most of the rock outcrops ( never more than 20 metres ) disappear north of the Ave River.
Most hemangiomas disappear without treatment, leaving minimal or no visible marks.
Most causes of kennel cough are highly contagious, even days or weeks after symptoms disappear.
Most of the swelling will disappear in the first few weeks, but some may remain for a few months.

Most and rapidly
Most squads are coed, but the number of all-female college squads is rapidly increasing, in an effort to give female cheerleaders, especially bases, who have cheered on all-girl high school or all-star squads an opportunity to cheer at the collegiate level without making the transition to a coed squad.
Most such failures are rapidly detected as decomposition within the can causes gas production and the can will swell or burst.
Most microorganisms can reproduce rapidly, but slow when the environment is cold.
Most of these bands rapidly moved on from recording and performing American standards to writing and recording their own music, often leaving their R & B roots behind.
Most sharks rely on ram ventilation, forcing water into the mouth and over the gills by rapidly swimming forward.
Most observed GRBs are believed to consist of a narrow beam of intense radiation released during a supernova as a rapidly rotating, high-mass star collapses to form a neutron star, quark star, or black hole.
Most herbicides decompose rapidly in soils via soil microbial decomposition, hydrolysis, or photolysis.
Most significantly, many former slaves rapidly departed the plantations.
Most significant moons in the Solar System are tidally locked with their primaries, since they orbit very closely and tidal force increases rapidly ( as a cubic ) with decreasing distance.
Most telephones are found in La Paz and other cities, and the use of mobile telephones is increasing rapidly in the country.
Most commonly, soft plaque suddenly ruptures ( see vulnerable plaque ), causing the formation of a thrombus that will rapidly slow or stop blood flow, leading to death of the tissues fed by the artery in approximately 5 minutes.
Most notably, he represented Sweden ( under the alias of Mr G .) as a competitive tennis player, keeping up competitive tennis until his 80s, when his eyesight deteriorated rapidly.
Most Las Crucens would agree that the modern " heart " of the city, where most stores and restaurants are located, is the rapidly developing eastside area running north and south along Telshor Boulevard and east and west along Lohman Avenue.
Most infamously, in the Mitsubishi Zero, pilots flew full power into the terrain because the rapidly increasing forces acting on the control surfaces of their aircraft overpowered them.
Most of these bands rapidly moved on from recording and performing American standards to writing and recording their own music, often leaving their R & B roots behind, but enabling several to enjoy sustained careers that were not open to most of the more pop-oriented beat groups of the first wave of the invasion, who ( with the major exception of the Beatles ) were unable to write their own material or adapt to changes in the musical climate.
Most approved of the measure, but the kings were betrayed to Olav by Ketil Kavl of Ringanes ( the southernmost district in Hedemark, Stange ), who proceeded rapidly down lake Mjøsa to Eid, where Olaf was then located.
According to the PRCA, " Most calves do not compete more than a few dozen times in their lives because of weight and usage restrictions and the fact that calves grow so rapidly.
Most of the working population is employed in tourism and agriculture, the latter decreasing rapidly due to the broad variety of job opportunities in the nearby region of the Rhine Valley.
Most of the agriculture in the basin is sustained by groundwater, which is rapidly being depleted.
Most historians ascribe the retreat to some combination of the following factors: the highly defensible French position together with the rapidly growing numbers of reinforcements and citizen volunteers with their discouraging and thoroughly unexpected élan persuaded the cautious Brunswick to spare himself a dangerous loss of manpower, particularly when the Russian invasion of Poland had already raised concerns for Prussia's defensibility in the east.
Most toothed whales swim rapidly.
Most Mongour in rapidly changing rural settlements today practice sedentary agriculture, supplemented by minimum animal husbandry, and seasonal work in towns and cities.
Most of Big the Cat's cameos did not remain in the stages, cutscenes, or two-player mode, but he can still be viewed in some story sequences by rapidly pressing the A or B buttons throughout the scenes.
Most of the initial resettlement problems were overcome remarkably rapidly by Nizari Ismailis due to their educational backgrounds and high rates of literacy, as well as the efforts of the Aga Khan and the host countries, and the moral and material support from Nizari Ismaili community programs.

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