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Often and American
Often the " small ball " model is associated with the National League, while power hitting is seen as more associated with the American League.
Often, however, food writing is used to specify writing that takes a more literary approach to food, such as that of the famous American food writer M. F. K.
* Often referred to as " The World Series of Barbecue ", The American Royal Barbecue Contest is held each October in Kansas City, Missouri.
Often listed among the greatest film comedies, it ranks 31st on AFI's list of the top feature films in American cinema, fourth on their list of top comedy films and number 28 on Bravo's " 100 Funniest Movies.
Jimmie Durham, an American Indian conceptual artist, references Fanon's postcolonial thought in a piece entitled " Often Durham Employs ..." ( 1998 ), with this quote from Fanon: " The zone where the natives live is not complementary to the zone inhabited by the settlers.
Often referred to as recce ( British & Commonwealth ) or recon ( USA ), the associated verb is reconnoitre in British English or reconnoiter in American English.
Often called " the father of American landscape painting ," Inness is best known for these mature works that not only exemplified the Tonalist movement but also displayed an original and uniquely American style.
In 1943, an Italian-American woman, Rita Zucca also began broadcasting to American troops from Rome, using the name “ Sally .” Often the two women were thought to be one and the same.
Often, chefs borrow from Korean flavors and preparation techniques that they will integrate it into the style they are most comfortable with ( whether it be Tex-Mex, Chinese, or purely American ).
Often described as a Gothic novelist, a review in The New York Times once dubbed her " The Queen of the American Gothics ", although she hated this title.
Often cited as the prime example of the decline in American culture of the decade, the novel examines the traditional values of a New England mill town by introducing the complications of extramarital sexual affairs.
Often referred to as a " social observer ," Vowell has written six nonfiction books on American history and culture, and was a contributing editor for the radio program This American Life on Public Radio International from 1996 – 2008, where she produced numerous commentaries and documentaries and toured the country in many of the program ’ s live shows.
Often considered a staple band of the alternative country movement, their music is perhaps better described as genre-spanning traditional American music.
Often having suffered loss of property and personal attacks during hostilities, thousands of English-speaking Loyalists migrated to Canada from the American colonies during and after the American Revolution.
For instance, statements in colloquial North American English like Often forget to put things back in their proper place or Am careful to avoid making mistakes can be hard for non-native English-speakers to understand, suggesting internationally validated measures might be more appropriate for research conducted with non-North Americans.
Often imitated or parodied, it is a familiar symbol of American patriotism
Often the American ranger from Sheep Camp sweeps late in the day up to Chilkoot Pass to monitor for straggling groups that may not make Happy Camp and would be in need of emergency shelter.
American punk icon Henry Rollins has frequently referred to Hot Buttered Soul as being one of his all time favorite albums ; Rollins would later interview Hayes for his book Do I Come Here Often?
Often claimed to be a Native American name meaning " blossoming " or " eternal flower ", Aiyana's origins are actually quite obscure.
Often, these militias would open fire on police or army units that were not accompanied by American or otherwise coalition soldiers.
Often, these byes will be awarded to the highest-rated competitors in the event as a reward for some previous accomplishment ; indeed, in some American team sports — most notably American football — the number of teams qualifying for the postseason tournament will be intentionally set at a number which is not a power of two, in order to provide such an advantage to a high-achieving team in the just-completed regular season.

Often and legal
Often the legal vassal of pope or emperor ( either Byzantine or Holy Roman ), they were the real power-brokers in the south until their erstwhile allies, the Normans, rose to preeminence: The Lombards regarded the Normans as barbarians and the Byzantines as oppressors.
Often, this transaction is termed a sale or lease of the domain name, and the registrant may sometimes be called an " owner ", but no such legal relationship is actually associated with the transaction, only the exclusive right to use the domain name.
Often these concerns arise when rights come into conflict with other legal or moral issues, sometimes even other rights.
Often refers to a sperm donor who, if anonymous, usually has no contact with the childA biological child of a man who, for the special reason above, is not their legal father, has no automatic right to financial support or inheritance.
Often they provide a base for initiatives such as cafes, free shops, public computer labs, graffiti murals, legal collectives and free housing for travellers.
Often, the issuer requires that a legal opinion be given indicating that the resale complies with the rule.
Often, clerks engage in significant legal research and writing for the judge, writing memos to assist a judge in coming to a legal conclusion in some cases, and writing drafts of opinions based on the judge's decisions.
Often occurring with the full tang more typical of knives than swords in Europe, which is commonly believed to reflect a legal claim to nonweapon status, these blades may ultimately derive through the falchion ( facon, falcon ) from the seax.
Often the internal corporate development executives come from a legal background, due to the complex contractual issues associated with many transactions.
Often, car drivers can be unaware of the legal implications of stopping or parking in a bus-stop.
Often, a given country's commander-in-chief need not be or have been a commissioned officer or even a veteran, and it is by this legal statute that civilian control of the military is realized in states where it is constitutionally required.
* Land trust – Often used as an alternative to ownership for privacy and legal reasons.
Often, one sense is more obscure or archaic, increasing the danger of misinterpretation when it does occur ; for instance, the King James Bible often uses " let " in the sense of " forbid ", a meaning which is now obsolete, except in the legal phrase " without let or hindrance " and in tennis, squash and table tennis.
Often called " America's Lawyer " and " the conscience of the legal profession ," Chesterfield Smith is responsible for the shared values and core beliefs that earned Holland & Knight's reputation as a law firm that balances profits with public duty.
Often a time period is stipulated in the contract as well, like two or five years, or sometimes very short periods, and often there is in fact no legal marriage.
Often the setup or “ plot ” of these shoots was fairly absurd and just served to provide a thin legal pretext for the display of the male physique.
Often an early resolution of legal rights will resolve some or all of the other issues in a matter.
Often they result from the legal requirement on the part of Estate Agents to advise a seller of any higher offer received prior to written confirmation of an orally accepted offer being given, including those received after a closing date.
Often, the last few expansions of one arc will be legal for play in the next arc.
BV works to build more cycling infrastructure, organises their popular " Great Rides ", co-ordinates programs such as Ride to Work and Ride2School and provide practical and legal information to achieve their aim of " More People Cycling More Often ".
Often this is via a birth order in which a court rules on the legal parentage of a child.
Often these types of restrictive issues are discussed as part of ethical and legal standards ( see Professional practice of behavior analysis ).
Often the original Charter was later lost, however an Official Extract has the same legal status as the original Charter.

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