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Most countries in this second category share the difficulty of having many of the structures of a modern political and social system without the modern standards of performance required to make them effective.
Most assembly languages and some low-level languages, such as BCPL ( Basic Combined Programming Language ), lack support for data structures.
Most of the structures that make up animals, plants and microbes are made from three basic classes of molecule: amino acids, carbohydrates and lipids ( often called fats ).
Most of the songs are barely distinguishable from each other in their primitive two-chord structures.
Most urban buildings are steel and concrete structures designed ( not always successfully ) to resist both typhoons and earthquakes.
Most proteins fold into unique 3-dimensional structures.
Most molecules and structures coded by the genetic material are not visible in the appearance of an organism, yet they are observable ( for example by Western blotting ) and are thus part of the phenotype.
Most industrial and commercial structures have conventional roofs of low pitch.
Most of the original neighborhood structures were initially built in the late 1930s as residences, many of which have been converted to commercial uses such as private medical practices.
Most widely admired and displayed in the " minor " and decorative arts its detractors claimed that its tendency to depart from or obscure traditionally recognised forms and structures rendered it unsuitable for larger scale projects and disqualified it as a fully architectural style.
Most open-air museums are located in regions where wooden architecture prevail, as wooden structures may be translocated without substantial loss of authenticity.
; Programming language – independent vs language-dependent: Most high-level languages share common programming constructs and abstractions: decision ( if, switch, case ), looping ( for, while, repeat .. until, do .. while ), and encapsulation ( structures, objects ).
Most theatres were built in fabric domed structures designed by Siemens Corporation.
Most species grow as filamentous, microscopic structures called hyphae.
Most sirens are mounted on poles that are usually around 30 to 50 feet off the ground, on top of buildings, or sometimes on tall structures, such as water towers.
Most of the cabins are free-standing, single-room structures.
Most endometriosis is found on these structures in the pelvic cavity:
Most snails have thousands of microscopic tooth-like structures located on a ribbon-like tongue called a radula.
Most tumours are benign but are quite serious because of their position close to important brain structures.
Most of the structures, however, were designed as a civic, religious and economic center.
Most of the studies of the digestive tract were done on animals and the results were compared to human structures.
Most similar canopy walks around the world are constructed using suspension bridge-type structures — not for the faint of heart.
Most homeowners whose structures were condemned have since moved out, and their homes demolished.
Most of the original tourist related structures fell during this time, including the Truckhaven Cafe, the Salton Bay Yacht Club hotel and restaurant, and the Holly House motel and restaurant ( later renamed Desser House and then the Sundowner ).

Most and follow
Most addition reactions to alkenes follow the mechanism of electrophilic addition.
Most schools follow the British educational system.
Most suspension bridge cables follow a parabolic, not a catenary curve, due to the weight of the roadway being much greater than that of the cable.
Most Protestants believe this salvific grace comes about at the moment of personal decision to follow Jesus, and that baptism is a symbol of the grace already received.
Most call numbers in the Expansive Classification follow conventions offering clues to the book's subject.
Most Arthurian romances of this period produced in English or Welsh did not follow this trend ; Camelot was referred to infrequently, and usually in translations from French.
Most writers were content to follow the rules slavishly, some flouted some or all of the conventions, and some exploited the conventions to produce new and startling results.
Most in the crowd believed they knew what would follow ; Constantine and Maxentius, the only adult sons of a reigning Emperor, men who had long been preparing to succeed their fathers, would be granted the title of Caesar.
Most sites today follow how RotoNews had a " news " and " analysis " element to each player update.
Most languages follow this, except Russian where the fighter. is an " истребитель " ( pronounced " istrebitel "), meaning " exterminator " and Hebrew where it is matose krav ( literally battle plane ).
Most of this text explains how the free software philosophy works, and why it would be a good choice for the technology industry to follow.
Most scholars now follow Richter's identification.
Most sexual orientation specialists follow the general conclusion of Alfred Kinsey regarding the sexual continuum, according to which a minority of humans are exclusively heterosexual or homosexual, and that the majority are bisexual.
Most of the subsequent entries in the Quake franchise follow this storyline.
Most simply call themselves Jains and follow general traditions rather than specific sectarian practices.
Most Western-style knitters follow either the English style ( in which the yarn is held in the right hand ) or the Continental style ( in which the yarn is held in the left hand ).
Most modern-day knives follow either a fixed-blade or a folding construction style, with blade patterns and styles as varied as their makers and countries of origin.
Most people with lymphedema follow a daily regimen of treatment as suggested by their physician or certified lymphedema therapist.
Most economic textbooks follow the practice of carefully explaining the perfect competition model, only because of its usefulness to understand " departures " from it ( the so-called imperfect competition models ).
Most calendars, like our Gregorian calendar, follow the seasons and are based on the tropical year.
Most follow formats similar to the above ( Top 40s, Freeform, AOR and Oldies ), except with a different playlist.
Most countries of the world follow the principle of jus sanguinis rather than jus soli.
Most police forces salute similar to the Canadian Forces standard, with the exception of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, which follow the British Army standard of saluting with the full palm facing forward, touching the brim of the hat, if worn.
Most similar to music from Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness, fully orchestrated strings follow, which are accompanied by percussion.

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