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Most such printed sources have been updated for intervals of only about every fifty years ( e. g., J1900, J1950, J2000 ).
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Most species seem to prefer a ready-made hollow such as a deserted mouse nest, a bird house, or the hole made by a woodpecker ; ;
Most narrowly, one may consider numbers explicitly defined in terms of polynomials, exponentials, and logarithms – this does not include algebraic numbers, but does include some simple transcendental numbers such as e or log ( 2 ).
Most often, the term describes those who create within a context of the fine arts or ' high culture ', activities such as drawing, painting, sculpture, acting, dancing, writing, filmmaking, photography, and music — people who use imagination, talent, or skill to create works that may be judged to have an aesthetic value.
Most of the plants here are native to the region, and many are in danger of extinction, such as the Peltogyne mexicana or purple stick tree.
Most aliphatic compounds are flammable, allowing the use of hydrocarbons as fuel, such as methane in Bunsen burners and as liquified natural gas ( LNG ), and acetylene in welding.
Most of the loyal governors of the cities were in a tottering position, such as the one of Évora, who could not prevent the attack of the king of Galicia ( future king of León ), Ordoño II, who captured the city in the summer of 913, taking back a sizable booty and 4, 000 prisoners.
Most such peerages pass to heirs-male, but the ancient baronies created by writ, as well as some very old earldoms, pass instead to heirs-general ( by cognatic primogeniture ).
Most air shows feature warbirds, aerobatics, and demonstrations of modern military aircraft, and many air shows offer a variety of other aeronautical attractions as well, such as wing-walking, radio-controlled aircraft, water / slurry drops from firefighting aircraft, simulated helicopter rescues and sky diving.
Most archivers also store metadata about a file that the operating system provides, such as timestamps, ownership and access control.
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 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.
Bahá ' u ' lláh gave his son many other titles such as " the Most Mighty Branch " the " Branch of Holiness ", " the Center of the Covenant " and the apple of his eye.
Some bridges accommodate other purposes, such as the tower of Nový Most Bridge in Bratislava, which features a restaurant.
Most games use a standardized and unchanging board ( chess, Go, and backgammon each have such a board ), but many games use a modular board whose component tiles or cards can assume varying layouts from one session to another, or even while the game is played.
Most fundamentally all substances are matter, a theme taken up by science, which postulated one or more matters, such as earth, air, fire or water ( Empedocles ).
Most of the information was displayed using ordinary ASCII text or ANSI art, though some BBSes experimented with higher resolution visual formats such as the innovative but obscure Remote Imaging Protocol.
Most of such organobromine compounds in the sea are made via the action of a unique algal enzyme, vanadium bromoperoxidase.
Most larger Dutch breweries, such as Heineken International, Grolsch, Amstel, Alfa Brouwerij, Brand and Dommelsch, market at least one variety.
Most alcoholic beverages come from fermenting plants such as barley ( beer ), rice ( sake ) and grapes ( wine ).
Most current genome annotation systems work similarly, but the programs available for analysis of genomic DNA, such as the GeneMark program trained and used to find protein-coding genes in Haemophilus influenzae, are constantly changing and improving.
Most pop standard and jazz ballads are built from a single, introductory verse ; usually around 16 bars in length, and ending on the dominant ; the chorus or refrain, usually it is 16 or 32 bars long, and in AABA form ( though other forms such as ABAC are not uncommon ).
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Most people and institutions in China primarily use the Indian ( Arabic ) system for convenience, with traditional Chinese numerals used mainly in some formal or ceremonial occasions such as on printed money.
Most clipper cards were printed in the 1850s and 1860s, and represented the first pronounced use of color in American advertising art.
Most modern day electronics now use printed circuit boards made of materials such as FR4, or the cheaper ( and less hard-wearing ) Synthetic Resin Bonded Paper ( SRBP, also known as Paxoline / Paxolin ( trade marks ) and FR2 )-characterised by its light yellow-to-brown colour.
Most of Palestrina's masses appeared in thirteen volumes printed between 1554 and 1601, the last seven published after his death.
Most types of books of high-volume text are printed with offset lithography, the most common form of printing technology.
By the 1970s, the idea that the game had been created solely by Charles Darrow had become popular folklore: it was printed in the game's instructions and even in the 1974 book The Monopoly Book: Strategy and Tactics of the World's Most Popular Game by Maxine Brady.
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 translations relied ( though not always exclusively ) upon one of the printed editions of the Greek New Testament edited by Erasmus, a form of this Greek text emerged as the standard and is known as the Textus Receptus.
Most recently, there have been allegations of criminality against former senior Official IRA figure Sean Garland, who was accused in 2005 by the United States of helping to produce and circulate counterfeit US dollars allegedly printed in North Korea.
Most of people were required to recite the quotation of Mao and printed material at that time usually quote Mao's words in bold in preface.
Most general-purpose newspapers are either being printed one time a week, usually on Thursday or Friday, or are printed daily.
Most cameras with magnetic IX automatically recorded the exposure date and time on the magnetic layer, with more advanced models allowing the user to specify a predetermined caption to be printed on the photo or record the exposure settings, as well as determine print aspect ratio.
Most important, it printed what amounted to a commentary on the biblical text alongside the Bible instead of in a separate volume.
Most of the texts had been printed previously, from 1559 onward ; but Newton's version of Thebais is new, and earlier printed texts of Studley's versions of Hercules Oetaeus and Hippolytus, if they ever existed, have not survived.
Most of the appellate courts require the filing of printed briefs for the use of the court and opposing counsel at a time designated for each side before hearing.
Most have never been printed and survive only in manuscripts, mostly in the National and University Library of Iceland: about one hundred and thirty popular editions of rímur were printed between 1800 and 1920, but there are more than one thousand nineteenth-century manuscripts containing rímur.
Most manufacturing for Omega was outsourced to professional craftsmen, such as J. Kallenborn & Sons of Stanhope Street, London, for marquetry furniture and Dryad Ltd of Leicester for tall cane-seat chairs ; a company in France was used to manufacture early printed linens.