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Most public schools in Canada do not require that students wear uniforms, but most include rules against indecent or offensive clothing.
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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 modern assassinations have been committed either during a public performance or during transport, both because of weaker security and security lapses, such as with U. S. President John F. Kennedy and former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, or as part of coups d ' état where security is either overwhelmed or completely removed, such as with Patrice Lumumba and likely Salvador Allende.
Most public or private buses and coaches, once they have reached the end of their service with one or more operators, are sent to the wrecking yard for breaking up for scrap and spare parts.
Most communities across the country will host organized celebrations for Canada Day, usually outdoor public events, such as parades, carnivals, festivals, barbecues, air and maritime shows, fireworks, and free musical concerts, as well as citizenship ceremonies for new citizens.
Most Emperors upheld the public facade of democracy, and in return the Senate implicitly acknowledged the Emperor's status as a de facto monarch.
Most recently, public outcry against No Child Left Behind testing and teaching to the test has brought progressive education again into the limelight.
Most of the old park was to be demolished to make room for new development, with one section remaining to house a baseball museum and public park.
In response to the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States, former President Bush released to the public this initial list on October 10, 2001 of the FBI's top 22 Most Wanted Terrorists.
Most IHO publications, including the standards, guidelines and associated documents such as the International Hydrographic Review, International Hydrographic Bulletin, the Hydrographic Dictionary and the Year book are available to the general public free from the IHO website.
Most of Pakistan's public and private banks are headquartered on Karachi's I. I. Chundrigar Road ; according to a 2001 report, nearly 60 % of the cashflow of the Pakistani economy takes place on I. I. Chundrigar Road.
Most women in the U. S. found it necessary to marry, to a " front " such as a gay man where both could pursue homosexual relationships with public discretion, or to a man who expected a traditional wife.
Most importantly public awareness would need to improve for industrialized countries to realize the large payoff in reducing over-illumination.
It is used by most research and academic libraries in the U. S. and several other countries ; for example, Australia and Taiwan, ROC Most public libraries and small academic libraries continue to use the older Dewey Decimal Classification ( DDC ).
Since 1990, the NTSB has maintained a Most Wanted List of Transportation Safety Improvements, in which it highlights those recommendations that would provide the most significant — and sometimes immediate — benefit to the traveling public.
Inasmuch as I am concerned, Most Excellent Sir, the effusion of my gratitude is inexplicable, at having had the unique satisfaction capable of filling the human heart, as is to deserve the public confidence in circumstances so critical to govern the independent Isthmus ; and I can only correspond to such high distinction with the sacrifices I am willing to make since I devoted myself, as it wished, to the mother country that has seen me be born and to who I owe all that I own ...
Most are used in hybrid cryptosystems for reasons of efficiency-in such a cryptosystem, a shared secret key (" session key ") is generated by one party, and this much briefer session key is then encrypted by each recipient's public key.
Most cars sold to the public did not have a wide variety of engine choices, and the majority of the buying public at the time were not interested in the large displacement special edition engine options that would soon become popular.
Most developed countries saw declining rates of typhoid fever throughout the first half of the 20th century due to vaccinations and advances in public sanitation and hygiene.
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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.