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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.
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Most of the population lives in the western and northwestern parts of the country, where the two major cities, Yerevan and Gyumri ( which was called Aleksandropol ' during the tsarist period ), are located.
Most of Bede's informants for information after Augustine's mission came from the eastern part of Britain, leaving significant gaps in the knowledge of the western areas, which were those areas likely to have a native Briton presence.
Most Holocaust historians identify six German Nazi extermination camps, all in occupied Poland ; two of them, Chełmno and the Auschwitz II, in the western Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany ( October 1939 ), four in the General Government area.
Most Muslim scholars have regarded the story as historically implausible, while opinion is divided among western scholars such as Leone Caetani and John Burton, who argue against, and William Muir and William Montgomery Watt, who argue for its plausibility.
Most tourist activity is centered on the island's northern coast, including the communities of Montego Bay, Ocho Rios, and Port Antonio, as well as in Negril on the island's western tip.
Most of Kyrgyzstan's rivers are tributaries of the Syrdariya, which has its headwaters in the western Tian Shan along the Chinese border.
Its geographic coordinates are 24 ° 51 ′ N 67 ° 02 ′ E. Most of the land consisted largely of flat or rolling plains, with hills on the western and Manora Island and the Oyster Rocks.
Most of the western border of Laos is demarcated by the Mekong River, which is an important artery for transportation.
Most of western philosophy, and science-including the fundamental concepts of falsifiability and the conservation of energy-have emerged from this view.
Most notable are the southern suburbs of Taipei and the western stretch from Tainan to Lin Yuan, south of Kaohsiung.
Most of those that did in the 19th century were the newly-admitted western states, which suffered from " inexperienced legislatures and weak party discipline ... as western legislatures gained experience, deadlocks became less frequent.
Most urologic oncologists in western countries use minimally invasive techniques ( laparoscopy or endourology, robotic-assisted surgery ) to manage urologic cancers amenable to surgical management.
Most drummers of this particular designation work within the context of a larger contingent ( aka rhythm section ) that may also include, keyboard ( a percussion instrument ) and / or guitar, auxiliary percussion ( often of non western origin ) and bass ( bass viol or electric ).
Most linguists look to Dutch sources, noting the extensive interaction between the colonial Dutch in New Netherland ( now largely New York State, New Jersey, Delaware and western Connecticut ) and the colonial English in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and eastern Connecticut.
Most Northern Whigs, led by William Henry Seward who delivered his famous " Higher Law " speech during the controversy, opposed the Compromise as well because it would not have applied the Wilmot Proviso to the western territories and because of the new fugitive slave law, which would have pressed ordinary citizens into duty on slave-hunting patrols.
Most historians agree that " the establishment of Frankish power in western Europe shaped that continent's destiny and the Battle of Tours confirmed that power.
Most of Howard County lies in Humid subtropical climate zone, with the western edge of the county approaching the transition between the Humid subtropical climate zone and the Humid continental climate zone.
Most of this basin comprises rolling and undulating country, except for the western border, which is formed by an unbroken line of the Western Ghats.
Most of the world's narwhals are concentrated in the fjords and inlets of Northern Canada and western Greenland.
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Most students of literature, whether they call themselves scholars or critics, are ready to argue that it is possible to understand literary works as well as to enjoy them.
Most of the still extant works of Aristotle, as well as a number of the original Greek commentaries, were translated into Arabic and studied by Muslim philosophers, scientists and scholars.
Most scholars hold that the Hebrew text underlying the Septuagint version is older than the Masoretic text and that either the Masoretic evolved either from this vorlage or from a closely related version.
Most modern scholars believe it was written around 95 AD, with some believing it dates from around 70 AD.
Most modern day biblical scholars assert that the Book of Lamentations was written by one or more authors in Judah, shortly after the Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem in 586 BC ; and was penned as a response to Babylonian Exile, the intense suffering of the people of Judah, and the complete and utter destruction of Jerusalem.
Most scholars today accept the basic authenticity of the book, but see in it significant additions by a " school " of later followers of the original prophet.
Most scholars of copyright agree that it can be called a kind of property, because it involves the exclusion of others from something.
Most scholars attribute the origins of this idea to futurologist Herman Kahn's World Economic Development: 1979 and Beyond.
Most scholars believe that Cyril was born and brought up in Caesarea of Palestine but some say he may have been born in Jerusalem because of his early knowledge of the city's layout, but this could have been attributed to research or information he learned after moving there to become bishop.
Most scholars disagree with this account because Saint Jerome often made statements more entertaining than factual.
Most scholars regard it as being entirely fictional, its geography being perfect for romance writers ; Arthurian scholar Norris J.
Most scholars date it to the early 2nd century, and distinguish in it two separate Eucharistic traditions, the earlier tradition in chapter 10 and the later one preceding it in chapter 9.
Most scholars hold that Ezra lived during the rule of Artaxerxes I, though some have difficulties with this assumption: Nehemiah and Ezra " seem to have no knowledge of each other ; their missions do not overlap ; and no reflection of Ezra's activity appears in Jerusalem of Nehemiah.
Most New Testament scholars believe Paul of Tarsus wrote this letter from Corinth, although information appended to this work in many early manuscripts ( e. g., Codices Alexandrinus, Mosquensis, and Angelicus ) state that Paul wrote it in Athens after Timothy had returned from Macedonia with news of the state of the church in Thessalonica (; ).
Most scholars believe that the community at Qumran that allegedly produced the Dead Sea Scrolls was an offshoot of the Essenes ; however, this theory has been disputed by some, for example, by Norman Golb:
Most modern scholars agree that the actual Greek fire was based on petroleum, either crude or refined ; comparable to modern napalm.
Most scholars reject the historicity of the later legends of King Arthur, which seem to be set in this period, but some such as John Morris see it as evidence behind which may lie a plausible grain of truth.
Most scholars reject the idea that Hamlet is in any way connected with Shakespeare's only son, Hamnet Shakespeare, who died in 1596 at age eleven.