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Often packaging records with a caustic yet subtle sideswipe at consumerism ( for example, the image of a wall of gold discs on the cover of the Mekons ' second single ), Fast Product attempted to show that all aspects of the record business, from musicianship to design to distribution, could be taken out of the hands of the major labels.
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Often enough, the first records potentially describing use of gunpowder in warfare were written several centuries after the fact, and may well have been colored by the contemporary experiences of the chronicler.
Often these artists demanded fees which the company could not hope to make up from sale of their records.
Often these dub versions raised the beat of the record and made them easier to mix together one after the other, or to pick out key sections to play over other records, heightening the dancefloor effect.
Often, the samples featured on these records do not have the blessing of the original copyright holders.
Often called " The Father of the Underground Railroad ," Still helped as many as 60 slaves a month escape to freedom, interviewing each person and keeping careful records, including a brief biography and the destination of each person, along with any alias that they adopted, though he kept his records carefully hidden.
Often historical records or inscriptions will point to a year when the church is known to have existed.
Often, during line changes or zone clearings, Emrick will discuss interesting facts about a player's personal life, hockey records, or contributions to sports.
Often a mechanic ’ s lien is discovered long after it's been filed in the public records, but by taking a few proactive measures, property owners can ensure their properties are protected from the burdens imposed by such mechanic ’ s liens.
Often such records exist unbroken for several centuries, and record the names of the patron and the appointee, with related information.
Often, retail loss prevention departments are recognized as the compliance monitors of their organization's policies and procedures as well as the team responsible for protecting their organization's assets, whether those assets are considered tangible assets, such as merchandise / physical inventories, cash, or facilities, or other valued assets, such as the company ’ s employees, consumer records, or the company's brand.
Often described as moralistic, the books also featured plot elements taken from Chinese and Japanese historical literature and records.
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Often the relatives plead with him not to do this, since they know they may never see the person again .</ br > Rieux works to combat the plague simply because he is a doctor and his job is to relieve human suffering.
Often the abscess will start as an internal wound caused by ulceration, hard stool or penetrative objects with insufficient lubrication.
Often agate coexists with layers or masses of opal, jasper or crystalline quartz due to ambient variations during the formation process.
Often dismissed as an unreliable tradition, it has been studied with attention by modern scholars, in particular Neil Christie, who see in it a possible record of a formal invitation by the Byzantine state to settle in northern Italy as foederati, to help protect the region against the Franks, an arrangement that may have been disowned by Justin II after Narses ' removal.
Often these procedures are coupled with legislation or other common law doctrines that establish standards for proper rulemaking.
Often deposition occurs a considerable distance downwind of the emissions, with mountainous regions tending to receive the greatest deposition ( simply because of their higher rainfall ).
Often, this is the case with a large bridge that serves as an entrance to a city, or crosses over a main harbor entrance.
Often the " small ball " model is associated with the National League, while power hitting is seen as more associated with the American League.
Often, low-floor trams are fitted with nonpivoting bogies and many tramway enthusiasts see this as a retrograde step, as it leads to more wear of both track and wheels and also significantly reduces the speed at which a tram can round a curve.
Often used with name of a functional area ; Finance Director, Director of Finance, Marketing Director, and so on.
Often this title is held concurrently with that of Secretary in a dual role called secretary-treasurer.
Often when a fan does not agree with one of the events in a story ( such as the death of a favorite character ) they will choose to ignore the event in question so that their enjoyment of the franchise is not diminished.
Often, domestic legislation is either non-existent ( especially in Parties that have not ratified it ), or with penalties incommensurate with the gravity of the crime and insufficient deterrents to wildlife traders.
Often these columns can be loaded with different metals to create a column with a targeted affinity.
Often he would withdraw to a cave seven miles distant, with a single companion who acted as messenger between himself and his brethren.
Often this involves stressing what are now conservative views of free-market economics and belief in individual responsibility, with social liberal views on defence of civil rights, environmentalism and support for a limited welfare state.
Often however Beavers with testicles intact, after escaping as far away as possible, have drawn in the coveted part, and with great skill and ingenuity tricked their pursuers, pretending that they no longer possessed what they were keeping in concealment.
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Often, the term " critical theory " is appropriated when an author ( perhaps most notably Michel Foucault ) works within sociological terms yet attacks the social or human sciences ( thus attempting to remain " outside " those frames of enquiry ).
Often the Teletubbies engage in games with one another, with Nuu-Nuu, or the voice trumpets in many episode segments, and the episode is closed by the narrator and voice trumpets to the disappointed, reluctant, but eventually obedient Teletubbies, who bid the viewer farewell as they disappear into the Tubbytronic Superdome yet again.
Often letters feature simple yet absurd statements (" I'm heading off to the pub in a few minutes and wondered if any of your readers fancied joining me for a pint " or " They say size doesn't matter-if that's true, why can't I get these shoes on?
Often the work is unimpressive aesthetically, yet has the capacity to cause the viewer to experience extreme emotions with the drama and often horror of the scenes depicted.
Often, during intricate passages, the timpani players would put their drums on the ground by means of extendable legs, and performed more like conventional timpani, yet with a single player per drum.
Often a part from a different 74x00 subfamily could be substituted (" drop-in replacement ") in a circuit, with the same function and pin-out yet more appropriate characteristics for an application ( perhaps speed or power consumption ), which was a large part of the appeal of the 74C00 series over the competing CD4000B series, for example.
Often member nominated trustees are one half of the scheme, and the Secretary of State has the power by regulation, as yet unused, to increase the minimum up to one half.
Often termed as the world's longest beach, Cox's Bazar has yet to become a major tourist destination in Asia.
Often there are carvings on each corner, yet the roof may only drain in one direction and so there might be three hunkypunks and one true gargoyle.
Often, evidence tends to favour interference related decay over temporal decay, yet this varies depending on the specific memory system taken into account.
Often calling themselves by the namesake are highly spiritual and consider vampirism an action required for spiritual evolution and ascension, yet maintain a rigid ethical system in its practice.
Often quoted is Augustus ' official position on his government: " From that time ( 27 BC, the end of the civil war ) I surpassed all others in influence, yet my official powers were no greater than those of my colleague in office.
Often under-rated in later years, he was one of jazz's most important band leaders and has yet to be given full recognition for his achievements.
Often regarded as a maverick, Arader has been described as “ abrasive and solicitous, argumentative and engaging, unscholarly yet imposingly knowledgeable, charming when he absolutely needs to be and flatly rude when it suits him …” His forceful and highly competitive personality has rankled many of Arader ’ s competitors.
Often spoken of in the terms of a singularity, deliberate ; yet conscious of the fact that Africa is a large continent with multitudes of nations who have complexed cultures, innumerable languages and myriads of dialects.
Often, the term income is substituted for net income, yet this is not preferred due to the possible ambiguity.
Often, the previous dry season leads to food shortages in the wet season, as the crops have yet to mature.
Often the states did not debase their own currency, but instead manufactured low-value imitations of coins from other territories and then spent them in yet other territories as far as possible from their own lands, hoping that the resulting damage would then occur to the economy of those other regions rather than their own.
Often the belt covers areas where homes could be considered more affordable yet the cost of servicing the mortgage loan represents a high proportion of the families ' available income.
Often these terms conflict ( e. g. both parties include a liability waiver in their form ) and yet offer and acceptance are achieved forming a binding contract.
The film is neither a fully experimental work, nor a movie fixated on classic narrative ; rather, In Passing explores the passing of time and the relation of time to cinematic space. Often focusing on intimate yet small details – the table top exploration of a crustacean, the patter of rain on a window, cats at play, the ocean shot from a moving car, a couple looking into a camera knowing that the film they are making will fail – and finding something lyrically poignant and even personal within these transient moments.
Often the senior first officer position is used within airlines to mean someone who has passed all the requirements for captain, but there are no captains positions within the company as yet, and therefore they are " on hold " until a position as captain becomes available when they will receive their command line check.