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Often in these stories the limbs, hair, blood, bones or organs of the primeval being are somehow severed or sacrificed to transform into sky, earth, animal or plant life, and other worldly features.
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Often, too, the social institutions are housed in these pavilions and palaces and bridges, for these great structures are not simply `` historical monuments '' ; ;
Often these procedures are coupled with legislation or other common law doctrines that establish standards for proper rulemaking.
Often, these materials are then converted into finished products, and a significant amount of value is added.
Often these were accompanied by quirky logos such as the face logo for Blockhead, advertisements and promotional items.
Often these columns can be loaded with different metals to create a column with a targeted affinity.
Often, in American legal and business documents that speak of governing bodies ( e. g., a board that governs small businesses in China ) these bodies are described as " creatures of statute " to inform readers of their origins and format although the national governments that created them may not term them as creatures of statute.
Often, the solar plasma will fill these loops from one foot point and drain from the other ( siphon flow due to a pressure difference, or asymmetric flow due to some other driver ).
Often, these expanded versions, also referred as " complete editions ", will have additions to the gameplay or additional game modes and features outside the main portion of the game.
Often these books follow a formula where the first chapter involves Brown solving a case at the dinner table for his father, the local police chief in the fictional town of Idaville.
Often referred to as fonds, meaning " foundations ", these base sauces, espagnole, velouté, and béchamel, are still known today.
The original scores, which dated from 1804 when the composer was twelve, were found in the Library of Congress in Washington D. C. Often transcribed for string orchestra, these sonatas reveal the young composer's affinity for Haydn and Mozart, already showing signs of operatic tendencies, punctuated by frequent rhythmic changes and dominated by clear, songlike melodies.
Often whimsical, these pieces display Rossini's natural ease of composition and gift for melody, showing obvious influences of Beethoven and Chopin, with many flashes of the composer's long buried desire for serious, academic composition.
Often combinations of these can interact, such as in Irish, where there is a proclitic past tense marker do ( various surface forms ) used in conjunction with the affixed or ablaut-modified past tense form of the verb.
Often starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, and drawing on Universal's precedent, these films include The Curse of Frankenstein ( 1957 ), and Dracula ( 1958 ), both followed by many sequels, with director Terence Fisher being responsible for many of the best films.
Often a hero in these situations has a foil, the villain, typically a charismatic evildoer who represents, leads, or himself embodies the struggle the hero is up against.
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Often his research was simple: he would review period newspapers of the dates of reported incidents and find reports on possibly relevant events like unusual weather, that were never mentioned in the disappearance stories.
Often the hero's personal relationships are complicated by this dual life, a common theme in Spider-Man and Batman stories in particular.
Often the stories within a story are used to satirize views, not only in the outer story but also in the real world.
Often such stories were linked to various geographic or ecological features, which may be described as the petrified remains of the supernatural beings.
Often they are made to " cash in " on the interest centering on stories currently prominent in the news, as the Amy Fisher films were.
Often, stories of this type have as a major theme the nature of reality itself, questioning if the dream-world can have the same " reality " as the waking world.
Often mentioned as one of Barks ' strongest stories, it largely defines Scrooge's character, and the themes introduced here are now considered part of a tradition.
Often the villains in his stories experience their downfall because of a lack of respect for other alien species or seemingly innocuous bits of their surroundings.
Often the stories parody a topical event or phenomenon ( e. g., Timmy demanding all the merchandise and backstage access at some popular band's concert ).
Often overshadowed stories on the Libyan / Syrian civil wars, east-African famine, and economic crisis.
Often, such stories reverse the gender disparity by " empowering " the " damsel ", or by placing boys or men in distress to be rescued thereby.
Often the stories would use the appearance of those heroes to provide commentary on the difference between the Punisher and those more colourful characters.
Often the subject of controversy, W magazine has featured stories and covers which have provoked mixed responses from its intended audience.
Often described as " hairy-faced dwarfs " in stories, petroglyphs illustrations show them with horns on their head and traveling in a group of 5 to 7 per canoe.
Often told as seen through the eyes of children, the stories manifested out of his political views and belief that his students ' education had to relate to their immediate surroundings.
Often, they were reinvented and reinterpreted to emphasize such themes as the virtue of the working commoner and the evil of aristocracy, while stories that expressed praise for the emperor were frequently left out of Communist collections.
Often cited for his intellectual and academic genius by oral stories from his fellow-Guyanese and globally.
Often compared to the 1980s Cannonball Run films starring Burt Reynolds, the Gumball 3000 is actually not influenced by these or the stories that gave rise to those movies, but instead draws inspiration from movies such as Two-Lane Blacktop, Vanishing Point, Bullitt and Le Mans.
Often Winnipeg stands in for United States cities, which sadly have modernized their downtowns with steel and glass structures making them all but impossible to use as suitable outdoor locations for stories set in the first half of the 20th century.
Often they consisted of several stories and along the inner courtyard there usually ran a veranda supported on pillars.