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four and major
The company is still broadening its line and is now active on four major fronts.
A major consideration in the choice of the Warwick site, four miles from Cranston, was the fact that it permits retention of our present trained and highly skilled work force.
The purpose of washing is, obviously, to remove soils which are arbitrarily classed in the four major categories given below: 1.
The Laos government said four major Pathet Lao rebel attacks had been launched, heavily supported by troops from Communist North Viet Nam.
The sessions should cover four major areas: A
He identified four major motives for altruism: altruism to ultimately benefit the self ( egoism ), to ultimately benefit the other person ( altruism ), to benefit a group ( collectivism ), or to uphold a moral principle ( principlism ).
The Atlantic Ocean consists of four major water masses.
Another major childhood influence was Heigo Kurosawa, Akira's older brother by four years.
The Ancient Pueblo were one of four major prehistoric archaeological traditions recognized in the American Southwest, sometimes referred to as Oasisamerica.
The RABDF consists of four major units:
In the following months, Hulbert and Spalding organized the National League by enlisting the four major teams in the East and the three other top teams in what was then considered to be the West.
Scholars have mapped at least four major regional variations of spoken American English: Northern, Southern, Midland, and Western.
For example a two dimensional array with three rows and four columns might provide access to the element at the 2nd row and 4th column by the expression: ( in a row major language ) and ( in a column major language ) in the case of a zero-based indexing system.
This was the first major professional sports championship for the state of Arizona and the first for a team ( in the four major North American professional sports leagues ) owned or controlled by Colangelo, whose basketball Suns made it to the NBA Finals in 1976 and 1993 but lost both times.
*" The Ballad of John Henry " typically contain four major components: a premonition by John Henry as a child that steel-driving would lead to his death, the lead-up to and the results of the race against the steam hammer, Henry's death and burial, and the reaction of John Henry's wife.
He would write four major orchestral masses, a requiem, and many offertories, graduals, vesper settings, and sacred cantatas and oratorios.
Also inscribed, on the shorter sides of the four supporting columns, are the names of the major victorious battles of the Napoleonic Wars.
The Sparrow has four major sections: guidance section, warhead, control, and rocket motor ( currently the Hercules MK-58 solid-propellant rocket motor ).
Bergen County, part of the New York metropolitan area, has one of the largest concentrations of enclosed retail shopping malls of any county in the nation ; four major malls lie within the county.
Paramus in Bergen County, where three of the four major malls are located, has even more restrictive blue laws than the county itself, banning all type of work on Sundays except in grocery stores, restaurants, and other entertainment venues.
In 1997 there were major units around Brasília, four jungle brigades, and five jungle battalions extending from Amapá to Mato Grosso do Sul.
It exists in four major polymorphs: α, β, γ and T. Whereas α, β and T phases are based on B < sub > 12 </ sub > icosahedra, the γ-phase can be described as a rocksalt-type arrangement of the icosahedra and B < sub > 2 </ sub > atomic pairs.
Besides living together under continuous observation, which is the major attraction of the contest, the program relies on four basic props: The stripped-bare, back-to-basics environment in which they live, the evictions, the weekly tasks and competitions set by Big Brother and the " Diary / Confession Room ", in which the housemates individually convey their thoughts, feelings, and frustrations and reveal their nominees for eviction.

four and sects
The first surviving historical mention of the Pharisees is from the Jewish-Roman historian Josephus ( 37 – 100 CE ), in a description of the " four schools of thought ," or " four sects ," into which the Jews were divided in the 1st century CE ; the other schools were the Essenes, who were generally apolitical and who may have emerged as a sect of dissident priests who rejected either the Seleucid-appointed or the Hasmonean high priests as illegitimate ; the Sadducees, who were the main antagonists of the Pharisees ; and the " fourth philosophy " possibly associated with the anti-Roman revolutionary groups such as the Sicarii and the Zealots.
In Japanese Buddhism, Pure Land practice exists independently as four sects: Jōdo-shū, Jōdo Shinshū, Yūzū-nembutsu-shū and Ji-shū.
The four mainstream schools of Sunni jurisprudence today, named after their founders ( sometimes called the A ’ immah Arba ‘ a or four Imaams of Fiqh ), are not generally seen as distinct sects, as there has been harmony for the most part among their various scholars throughout Islamic history.
" associated with Shiva "), is one of the four most widely followed sects of Hinduism, which reveres the god Shiva as the Supreme Being.
There is some disagreement among the various Latter Day Saint sects as to the manner by which a person may be called to the priesthood ; however, there are at least four possibilities expressed in Mormon scripture: ( 1 ) calling by prophecy, ( 2 ) calling through lineage, ( 3 ) calling by foreordination, or ( 4 ) calling through faith and good works.
He is only the head of one of the four main sects of Vajrayana ( Tibetan Buddhism ) and he speaks only for his group.
Zealotry was described by Josephus as one of the " four sects " at this time.
In some sects of Buddhism, it is especially the wisdom that is based on the direct realization of such things as the four noble truths, impermanence, interdependent origination, non-self and emptiness.
In both of the sects, four rakaʿāt are required ( Fard ) and are prayed silently.
A practice text entitled " In Praise of the 21 Tārās ", is recited during the morning in all four sects of Tibetan Buddhism.
He discovers carvings of swordplay techniques in a cave and practises them, unknowingly familiarising himself with not only the skills of the other four sword sects, but the counter moves as well.
Zuo Lengchan attempts to intimidate the other four sects to completely submit to him, but Yue Buqun uses the Bixie Swordplay to defeat and blind Zuo and become the new leader of the alliance, much to the surprise of everyone present.
These ethnic groups are again divided in hundreds of clans and sects, principally dominated by four religious threads-Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism and Animism.
In Tibetan Buddhism, the Red Hat sect or Red Hat sects, named for the colour of the monks ' hats at formal occasions, includes the three oldest of the four main schools of Tibetan Buddhism, namely:

four and Shaivism
The Siddhanta tradition, like Kashmir Shaivism and Kaula, differs from the Vedic and Puranic worship of Shiva and also from the ancient Pasupati tradition by its adherence to texts called Agamas or Tantras, which lay down rites that may be performed by men of the first four varnas ( women in these varnas played marginal roles ) and describe a progressive, fourfold spiritual path of virtuous and moral living ( charya ), ritual ( kriya ), individual practice ( yoga ) and knowledge ( jnana, vidya ).
Kashmir Shaivism describes four methods ( upāya-s ): āṇavopāya, the method of the body, śaktopāya, the method of the mind, śāmbhavopāya, the method of Consciousness, and anupāya the ‘ methodless ’ method.
All the four branches of the Kashmiri Shaivism tradition were put together by the great philosopher Abhinavagupta ( approx.

four and Vaishnavism
In Vaishnavism, specifically Gaudiya Vaishnavism, one of the four regulative principles forbids the taking of intoxicants, including alcohol.
Contemporary Hinduism has four major divisions: Saivism, Shaktism, Smartism, and Vaishnavism.

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