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A well-known instance of the " John Cardinal Doe " style is that in the proclamation, in Latin, of the election of a new pope by the cardinal protodeacon: " Annuntio vobis gaudium magnum ; habemus Papam: Eminentissimum ac Reverendissimum Dominum, Dominum ( first name ) Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalem ( last name ), ..." ( Meaning: " I announce to you a great joy ; we have a Pope: The Most Eminent and Most Reverend Lord, Lord ( first name ) Cardinal of the Holy Roman Church ( last name ), ...")
Most Americans assumed he was rich because of the well-known " glorified façade of wealth and grandeur " at Mount Vernon.
Most well-known is article 1, which sets out the four criteria for statehood that have sometimes been recognized as an accurate statement of customary international law:
Most notable among these, they say, are certain similar incidents found in Oxford's biography and Hamlet, and Henry IV, Part 1, which includes a well-known robbery scene with uncanny parallels to a real-life incident involving Oxford.
Most of the well-known or " elite " cracking groups make software cracks entirely for respect in the " The Scene ", not profit.
One of the Most well-known Transmigrantes Forwarding agent is Servicios Aduanales RG ( ( 956 ) 843-2370 ), Owned by Ricardo Guerrero.
Most well-known is the German Mosel wine region, while the Luxembourgish winegrowing region is called Moselle Luxembourgeoise and the French region is called VDQS Moselle.
Most well-known code pages, excluding those for the CJK languages and Vietnamese, fit all their code-points into 8 bits and do not involve anything more than mapping each code-point to a single character ; furthermore, techniques such as combining characters, complex scripts, etc., are not involved.
Parametric statistics is a branch of statistics that assumes that the data has come from a type of probability distribution and makes inferences about the parameters of the distribution .< ref name =" Geisser and Johnson "> Seymour Geisser and Wesley M. Johnson, < cite > Modes of Parametric Statistical Inference </ cite >, John Wiley & Sons ( 2006 ), ISBN 978-0-471-66726-1 </ ref > Most well-known elementary statistical methods are parametric .< ref name =" Cox "> D.
Most well-known is the 18 minute version of the sketch traditionally shown in Germany.
Most well-known biblical characters are men, and women make up only 14 % of named characters in the Bible ( 1, 181 men are named in the Bible but only 188 women are named ).
Most well-known, however, may be the band Magma which created its own genre, Zeuhl music.
Most of the well-known Enochian angels are drawn from the Watchtowers of the Great Table.
Most well-known among his writings is the Hwaeom ilseung peopkye to ( Diagram of the Avataṃsaka Single Vehicle Dharmadhātu ) ( 華嚴一乘法界圖 ).
The most well-known would probably be The Annual Most Popular TV Commercial Awards ( 十大電視廣告頒獎禮 ).
Most well-known space-filling curves are constructed iteratively as the limit of a sequence of piecewise linear continuous curves, each one more closely approximating the space-filling limit.
In the Commons on 4 December 1972 Ronald Murray ( MP for Edinburgh, Leith ) stated Most of the well-known cities and towns of Scotland became royal burghs by Charter.
Most of these stories have become well-known thanks to storytellers and writers such as Isaac Bashevis Singer, a Nobel Prize-winning Jewish writer in the Yiddish language, who wrote The Fools of Chelm and Their History ( published in English translation in 1973 ), аnd the great Soviet Yiddish poet Ovsey Driz who wrote stories in verse.
Most well-known is the Geach – Kaplan sentence " some critics admire only one another ".
A new paradox is created: Most well-known models that allow for stable coexistence allow for unlimited number of species to coexist, yet in nature, any community contains just a handful of species.
Most issues contained an in-depth essay by a well-known scientist, such as Stephen Jay Gould, Jared Diamond, or Stephen Hawking.
Most people who are used to receiving e-mail know that this message is likely to be spam, more precisely a proposal to sell counterfeit copies of well-known brands of watches.
Most well-known are Lindsay Hunt's efforts to source uninfected animals from the Kruger National Park in South Africa.

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Most carbonylation processes require metal catalysts, examples include the Monsanto acetic acid process and hydroformylation.
Most Old English examples take the form of compound words in which the first element is uninflected: " heofon-candel " “ sky-candle ”
Most bound morphemes in English are affixes, particularly prefixes and suffixes, examples of suffixes are: tion, ation, ible, ing etc ..
Most importantly, the Marvel Universe also incorporates examples of almost all major science fiction and fantasy concepts, with writers adding more continuously.
Most of his arguments were in the form of examples that were anecdotal or speculative in nature, and functioned as attempts to show how " exotic " grammatical traits were connected to what were apparently equally exotic worlds of thought.
Most, but not all, finger-operated designs are symmetrical in design, making them usable by both hands, while thumb-operated designs are by their nature asymmetric or “ handed ,” allowing the smallest examples to be held in the air.
Most stems from the early Roman Imperial era, when Sparta offers several examples of women with the priestly title " Hestia "; Chalcis offers one such, a daughter of the local elite.
Most Indonesians, aside from speaking the national language, are often fluent in another regional language ( examples include Javanese, Sundanese and Madurese ) which are commonly used at home and within the local community.
Most examples found in museums are often highly decorated.
Most previous examples of " multiples " such as Chris Costner Sizemore, whose life was depicted in the book and film The Three Faces of Eve, disclosed no history of child abuse.
Most scientific journals are now highly specialized, and Nature is among the few journals ( the other weekly journals Science and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences are also prominent examples ) that still publish original research articles across a wide range of scientific fields.
Most of the usual algebraic systems of mathematics are examples of varieties, but not always in an obvious way – the usual definitions often involve quantification or inequalities.
Most of the sources are German or Swiss ; two less clear examples are French ( see Hammerstein ).
Most examples of regular and nonregular spaces studied in mathematics may be found in those two articles.
Most of the examples are unattested.
Most percussion instruments are examples of this, for instance the xylophone.
Most entries link to a page that provides greater detail and relevant examples, but a short definition is placed here for convenience.
Most of the examples below are from Indo-European languages, but suppletion is hardly restricted to these languages.
Most of the names in Clare are derived from septs of the Dalcassian race of Gaels ; some of the most common examples are O ' Brien, O ' Dea, McMahon, McNamara, McGarry, Moloney, O ' Grady, Hogan, Considine and Lynch.
Most NLL players have full-time jobs off the floor ; notable examples include Toronto's Dan Ladouceur, a Durham Region police officer, and Buffalo's John Tavares, a high school teacher in Mississauga, Ontario.
Most Metro stations were designed by Chicago architect Harry Weese, and are examples of late-20th century modern architecture.
Most examples of virtual Internet art and electronic art are highly interactive.
Most commonly, they are simply taken from a word used in the narrative of a book ; a few representative examples are: " grok " ( to achieve complete intuitive understanding ), from Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert A. Heinlein ; " McJob ", from Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture by Douglas Coupland ; " cyberspace ", from Neuromancer by William Gibson ; " nymphet " from Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov.
Most of the examples of " real " men lived between 80 and 100 years, but ten cases of alleged centenarians are given.

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