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Of particular importance to the development of folk rock were the subtle folk influences evident in such Beatles ' compositions as " I'll Be Back ", " Things We Said Today ", and " I'm a Loser ", with the latter song being directly inspired by folk singer-songwriter Bob Dylan.
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Institutionalization Though undoubtedly all six processes are operative within the whole social system and its subsystems, two processes that are of crucial importance to this study will be singled out for particular emphasis.
Amino acids having both the amine and carboxylic acid groups attached to the first, or alpha, carbon atom have particular importance in biochemistry.
Of particular interest and national importance are the Neolithic flint mines at Arnhofen, where, around 7, 000 years ago, Stone Age people made flint, which was fashioned into drills, blades and arrowheads, and was regarded as the steel of the Stone Age.
In the 5th century BC we often hear of the assembly sitting as a court of judgment itself for trials of political importance and it is not a coincidence that 6000 is the number both for the full quorum for the assembly and for the annual pool from which jurors were picked for particular trials.
Taviers was of particular importance to the Franco-Bavarian position: it protected the otherwise unsupported flank of General de Guiscard ’ s cavalry on the open plain, while at the same time, it allowed the French infantry to pose a threat to the flanks of the Dutch and Danish squadrons as they came forward into position.
A decisive battle is one of particular importance ; often by bringing hostilities to an end, such as the Battle of Hastings or the Battle of Hattin, or as a turning point in the fortunes of the belligerents, such as the Battle of Stalingrad.
Functional genomic and metagenomic approaches are increasing our understanding of the relative importance of different pathways and regulatory networks to carbon flux in particular environments and for particular compounds and they will certainly accelerate the development of bioremediation technologies and biotransformation processes.
The concerto grosso ( a concerto for more than one musician ) began to be replaced by the solo concerto ( a concerto featuring only one soloist ), and therefore began to place more importance on the particular soloist's ability to show off.
In particular, two young parties grew in importance – the Democrat Party, with roots among artisans and urban workers, and the Radical Party, representing urban middle sectors and provincial elites.
Of particular importance in heterogeneous catalysis are the platinum group metals and other transition metals, which are used in hydrogenations, catalytic reforming and in the synthesis of commodity chemicals such as nitric acid and ammonia.
Besides the advantages offered by such a plan, in setting immediately before the eyes of the student the final results of the investigation in a more concrete form, and thereby rendering easier his insight into the nature of particular Indo-European languages, there is, I think, another of no less importance gained by it, namely that it shows the baselessness of the assumption that the non-Indian Indo-European languages were derived from Old-Indian ( Sanskrit ).
This notion is of particular importance for the analysis of human experience: Rather than assuming that mental states inhere in a cognizing subject, or a soul-substance, Buddhist philosophers largely propose that mental states alone exist as " momentary elements of consciousness " and that a subjective perceiver is assumed.
A dandy ( also known as a beau or gallant ) is a man who places particular importance upon physical appearance, refined language, and leisurely hobbies, pursued with the appearance of nonchalance in a cult of Self.
The filter response can also be completely characterized in the frequency domain by its transfer function, which is the Fourier transform of the impulse response h. Typical filter design goals are to realize a particular frequency response, that is, the magnitude of the transfer function ; the importance of the phase of the transfer function varies according to the application, inasmuch as the shape of a waveform can be distorted to a greater or lesser extent in the process of achieving a desired ( amplitude ) response in the frequency domain.
The order N is of particular importance in analog filters, because an N < sup > th </ sup > order electronic filter requires N reactive elements ( capactors and / or inductors ) to implement.
Of particular importance here were the USA states of Illinois and New York, under whose laws a large proportion of international financial contracts are made.
The details of religious belief changed over time as the importance of particular gods rose and declined, and their intricate relationships shifted.
In particular, this is true of a few gods who, at various times in history, rose to supreme importance in Egyptian religion.
In Biscay each administrative district ( known as a merindad ) had its appointed tree, but over the centuries the Tree of Guernica acquired particular importance.
Of particular importance were Leroy Sherman's unit hydrograph, the infiltration theory of Robert E. Horton, and C. V. Theis's aquifer test / equation describing well hydraulics.
Himmler placed particular importance on the death's-head rings ; they were never to be sold, and were to be returned to him upon the death of the owner.
Of particular importance is Article 56 of the charter :" All Members pledge themselves to take joint and separate action in co-operation with the Organization for the achievement of the purposes set forth in Article 55.
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In preparing the state guide plan, particular attention will be given means of strengthening the economy of the state through the development of industry and recreation.
Perhaps the outstanding standard bearer of Mr. Brown's tradition for accuracy was Mr. Oscar J. Beale, whose mechanical genius closely paralleled that of Mr. Brown, and whose particular forte was the development of the exceedingly accurate measuring machinery that enabled Brown & Sharpe to manufacture gages, and therefore its products, with an accuracy exceeding anything then available elsewhere in the world.
Of particular utility in the analysis of the development, persistence, and change of social systems has been the use of the master or comprehensive processes.
" However, as Stocking notes, Tylor mainly concerned himself with describing and mapping the distribution of particular elements of culture, rather than with the larger function, and he generally seemed to assume a Victorian idea of progress rather than the idea of non-directional, multilineal cultural development proposed by later anthropologists.
Distinctions in vocabulary persist, for example, in culinary terms, where communication with Germans is frequently difficult, and administrative and legal language, which is due to Austria's exclusion from the development of a German nation-state in the late 19th century and its manifold particular traditions.
Sound vision could be developed, in part, by practicing rigorous forms of ethical and cognitive self-discipline, concentration, and meditation ; in particular, a person's moral development must precede the development of spiritual faculties.
* " Native Experience " A four part television documentary series about the impact of oil and mineral development on the Native cultures of Alaska, dealing in particular with the historical background leading up to ANCSA and the experiences, memories and perceptions of both natives involved in the lands claim and their descendants today in rural Alaska.
Bonn has developed into a hub of international cooperation in particular in the area of environment and sustainable development.
However, this method of designing custom CPUs for a particular application has largely given way to the development of mass-produced processors that are made for many purposes.
Accordingly, most of these anthropologists showed less interest in comparing cultures, generalizing about human nature, or discovering universal laws of cultural development, than in understanding particular cultures in those cultures ' own terms.
Following the development of research techniques in molecular biology in the late 20th century, in particular methods for studying DNA-DNA hybridisation, a great deal of new information has surfaced, much of it suggesting that many birds, although looking very different from one another, are in fact more closely related than was previously thought.
The development of strong administrative structures, in particular those related to extraction of taxes, is closely associated with the intense warfare between predatory European states in the 17th and 18th centuries, or in Charles Tilly's famous formulation: " War made the state and the state made war ".
In particular, NATO's document details requirements for the Theatre Management System ( TMS ), the governing software for digital cinema systems within a theatre complex, and provides direction for the development of security key management systems.
Von Baer's scheme of development need not be tied to developmental stages defined by particular characters, where recapitulation involves heterochrony.
All this connects with the rise of the use of cutting to different angles within a scene during the years 1914-1919, and in particular to the development of reverse-angle cutting.
The Punic Wars of the late 3rd century BCE – in particular the near-catastrophic defeat of Roman arms at Cannae – had long lasting effects on the Republic, its citizen armies, and the development of the gladiatorial munera.
Offshore gas and oil development in the Okhotsk Sea within 20 km of the primary feeding ground off northeast Sakhalin Island is of particular concern.
The Revolution of 1946 was a novel development in Haiti's history, as the Garde assumed power as an institution, not as the instrument of a particular commander.
He established the first royal burghs in Scotland, granting rights to particular settlements, which led to the development of the first true Scottish towns and helped facilitate economic development as did the introduction of the first recorded Scottish coinage.