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The route has to be changed, which will require it to go through Rock Ridge, a frontier town where everyone has the last name of " Johnson " ( including a " Howard Johnson ", a " Dr. Samuel Johnson ", a " Van Johnson " and an " Olson N. Johnson ").
* Algirdas Girininkas ( 1994 ) " The monuments of the Stone Age in the historical Baltic region ", in: Baltų archeologija, N. 1, 1994 ( English summary, p. 22 ).
* L. N. Cooper, " Bound Electron Pairs in a Degenerate Fermi Gas ", Phys.
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* Gale, George, " Cosmology: Methodological Debates in the 1930s and 1940s ", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Edward N. Zalta ( ed.
The 21 consonant letters in the English alphabet are B, C, D, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, P, Q, R, S, T, V, X, Z, and usually W and Y: The letter Y stands for the consonant in " yoke ", the vowel in " myth " and the vowel in " funny ", and " yummy " for both consonant and vowel, for examples ; W almost always represents a consonant except in rare words ( mostly loanwords from Welsh ) like " crwth " " cwm ".
* Rothbard, Murray N. ( 1982 ), " F. A. Hayek and the Concept of Coercion ", in The Ethics of Liberty, Humanities Press
Two English translations of the Various History, by Fleming ( 1576 ) and Stanley ( 1665 ) made Aelian's miscellany available to English readers, but after 1665 no English translation appeared, until three English translations appeared almost simultaneously: James G. DeVoto, Claudius Aelianus: Ποιϰίλης Ἱοτορίας (" Varia Historia ") Chicago, 1995 ; Diane Ostrom Johnson, An English Translation of Claudius Aelianus ' " Varia Historia ", 1997 ; and N. G. Wilson, Aelian: Historical Miscellany in the Loeb Classical Library.
According to S. N. Goenka, a teacher of Vipassana meditation, the original meaning of dhamma is " dharayati iti dharmaH ", or " one that contains, supports or upholds " and dharma in the Buddhist scriptures has a variety of meanings, including " phenomenon " and " nature " or " characteristic ".
* Mohanty, J. N., 1974, " Husserl and Frege: A New Look at Their Relationship ", Research in Phenomenology 4: 51-62.
* Wilson, Fred ( 2005 ), " John Stuart Mill ", in Edward N. Zalta ( ed.
Alfred Schnittke also used electric guitar in several works, like the " Requiem ", " Concerto Grosso N ° 2 " and " Symphony N ° 1 ".
* " No dinero no amor ", composition by Hällgren and Sagrén, performed by Betty N ' Boop
These form some of his best known work, and are the basis of a revived German-speaking scholarly interest in his work .< ref > Breazeale, Dan, " Johann Gottlieb Fichte ", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy ( Spring 2012 Edition ), Edward N. Zalta ( ed.
Under a licensing deal Ibanez guitars released an H. R. Giger signature series: the Ibanez ICHRG2, an Ibanez Iceman, features " NY City VI ", the Ibanez RGTHRG1 has " NY City XI " printed on it, the S Series SHRG1Z has a metal-coated engraving of " Biomechanical Matrix " on it, and a 4-string SRX bass, SRXHRG1, has " N. Y. City X " on it.
* Moore, Adam, " Intellectual Property ", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy ( Summer 2011 Edition ), Edward N. Zalta ( ed.
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Albedo (), or reflection coefficient, derived from Latin albedo " whiteness " ( or reflected sunlight ), in turn from albus " white ", is the diffuse reflectivity or reflecting power of a surface.
Lincoln " was remarkably fond of children ", and the Lincolns were not considered to be strict with their children.
Abraham Lincoln suffered from " melancholy ", a condition which now is referred to as clinical depression.
On October 16, 1854, in his " Peoria Speech ", Lincoln declared his opposition to slavery, which he repeated en route to the presidency.
The goal was to demonstrate the superior power of " free labor ", whereby a common farm boy could work his way to the top by his own efforts.
On April 15, Lincoln called on all the states to send detachments totaling 75, 000 troops to recapture forts, protect Washington, and " preserve the Union ", which, in his view, still existed intact despite the actions of the seceding states.
Lincoln removed McClellan as general-in-chief and appointed Henry Wager Halleck in March 1862, after McClellan's " Harrison's Landing Letter ", in which he offered unsolicited political advice to Lincoln urging caution in the war effort.
While the Democratic platform followed the Peace wing of the party and called the war a " failure ", their candidate, General George B. McClellan, supported the war and repudiated the platform.
" On Aristotle's Politics ", in The City and Man, Chicago ; Rand McNally.
Gershwin based An American in Paris on a melodic fragment called " Very Parisienne ", written in 1926 on his first visit to Paris as a gift to his hosts, Robert and Mabel Schirmer.
" We believe that the ability to perceive other people's actions as meaningful is critical for altruism ", said lead study investigator Dharol Tankersley.
This music is characterized by a large technical research and focuses mainly on twelve long Noubate " series ", its main instruments are the mandolin, violin, lute, guitar, zither, flute and piano.
The term " anthropology " is from the Greek anthrōpos (), " man ", understood to mean humankind or humanity, and-logia (- λογία ), " discourse " or " study.
In contrast to " rhizopods ", where most of their morphologies can be mapped to modern classification systems, " actinopods " appear to be extensively polyphyletic.
Hesychius connects the name Apollo with the Doric απέλλα ( apella ), which means " assembly ", so that Apollo would be the god of political life, and he also gives the explanation σηκός ( sekos ), " fold ", in which case Apollo would be the god of flocks and herds.
Alaksandu could be Paris-Alexander of Ilion ", whose name is Greek.
Aplu, it is suggested, comes from the Akkadian Aplu Enlil, meaning " the son of Enlil ", a title that was given to the god Nergal, who was linked to Shamash, Babylonian god of the sun.
The epithet " Smintheus " has historically been confused with σμίνθος, " mouse ", in association with Apollo's role as a god of disease.
He was also called Agyieus ( ; Ἀγυιεύς, Aguīeus, from ἄγυια, " street ") for his role in protecting roads and homes ; and as Nomius ( ; Νόμιος, Nomios, literally " pastoral ") and Nymphegetes ( ; Νυμφηγέτης, Numphēgetēs, from Νύμφη, " Nymph ", and ἡγέτης, " leader ") in his role as a protector of shepherds and pastoral life.
The epithet Iatromantis ( ; Ἰατρομάντις, Iātromantis, from ὶατρός, " physician ", and μάντις, " prophet ") refers to both his role as a god of healing and of prophecy.
In later writers, the word, usually spelled " Paean ", becomes a mere epithet of Apollo in his capacity as a god of healing.
The terrible god is called " The Archer ", and the bow is also an attribute of Shiva.
In historical times, the priests of Delphi were called Labryaden, " the double-axe men ", which indicates Minoan origin.

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