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One historical authority presents laborious and circuitous testimony tending to arouse suspicion that Massachusetts was behind the clouds settling down on the embattled Gorton.
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One of Achill's most famous historical sites is that of the Achill Mission or ' the Colony ' at Dugort.
One of the earliest historical facts is its membership in the League of Calauria ( Calaurian Amphictyony, ca.
One example which could have been overlooked without historical records is the Mayan interest in the planet Venus.
One core result of Holzkamp's historical and comparative analysis of human reproductive action, perception and cognition is a very specific concept of meaning that identifies symbolic meaning as historically and culturally constructed, purposeful conceptual structures that humans create in close relationship to material culture and within the context of historically specific formations of social reproduction.
One of the important characteristics of historical and mythical heroes across the cultures is to be fearless in the face of big and often lethbed
One of the most forceful critics of Carlyle's formulation of the Great Man theory was Herbert Spencer, who believed that attributing historical events to the decisions of individuals was a hopelessly primitive, childish, and unscientific position.
One of the potential complications were the claims to historical eastern Germany, since unless these were renounced, some foreign governments might not agree to German reunification.
The multitude of deities, or Devas, of the historical Vedic religion have a subordinate and secondary status vis-a-vis the One Supreme God, a status that some authors have even tried to express by comparing it to that of Western demigods or angels ; Prakashanand Saraswati, in " The true history and the religion of India ", prefers the term " celestial gods ".
One of his earliest historical works was his Chronicle ( or Chronicon or Temporum liber ), composed ca.
One school of thought, citing entries in the Historia Brittonum ( History of the Britons ) and Annales Cambriae ( Welsh Annals ), sees Arthur as a genuine historical figure, a Romano-British leader who fought against the invading Anglo-Saxons sometime in the late 5th to early 6th century.
One theory of the origins of Freemasonry claims direct descent from the historical Knights Templar through its final fourteenth-century members who took refuge in Scotland whose King, Robert the Bruce was excommunicated by the Roman Catholic Church at the time, or other countries where the Templar suppression was not enforced.
One can in this formalism state Heisenberg's uncertainty principle and prove it as a theorem, although the exact historical sequence of events, concerning who derived what and under which framework, is the subject of historical investigations outside the scope of this article.
One of the main reasons for which spelling and pronunciation deviate is that sound changes taking place in the spoken language are not always reflected in the orthography, and hence spellings correspond to historical rather than present-day pronunciation.
One remaining recognition of Piedmont's historical role was that the crown prince of Italy was known as the Prince of Piedmont.
One of the earliest historical references to sugarcane is in Chinese manuscripts dating back to 8th century BC which mention the fact that the use of sugarcane originated in India.
One of the characters in the novel compares More favourably to almost every other major historical figure: " He had one completely honest moment right at the end.
One and authority
One effect of the Communion's dispersed authority has been that conflict and controversy regularly arise over the effect divergent practices and doctrines in one part of the Communion have on others.
One scholar says, “ This person would have to be superior in authority to either party, ”; thus the arbiter for whom Job hopes would himself have to be divine, or else he would no more be qualified to “ lay his hand upon ” God than is Job.
One Pipiolo leader from the south, Ramón Freire, rode in and out of the presidency several times ( 1823 – 1827, 1828, 1829, 1830 ) but could not sustain his authority.
One common aspect of an extreme sport is a counter-cultural aura — a rejection of authority and of the status quo by disaffected youth.
One of Kafka's best-known works, it tells the story of a man arrested and prosecuted by a remote, inaccessible authority, with the nature of his crime revealed to neither him nor the reader.
In 1949 the Soviets turned control of East Germany over to the Socialist Unity Party, headed by Wilhelm Pieck ( 1876 – 1960 ), who became president of the GDR and remained officially ' Number One ' until his death in 1960, while most executive authority was assumed by SED General Secretary Walter Ulbricht.
One key distinction is the purpose for the practice ; handloaders often seek smaller batches of high-quality ammunition, whereas reloaders are said to make large quantities of ammunition that does not need to be of as high quality but at least one authority ( McPherson ) holds that a better distinction for these connotations is that, regardless of quantity, handloads tend to be of generally high quality while reloads tend to be merely functional.
One of the reasons the works of Josephus were copied and maintained by Christians was that his writings provided a good deal of information about a number of figures mentioned in the New Testamant, and the background to events such as the death of James during a gap in Roman governing authority.
: One of the most ancient and most established instruments of power was the court of Star Chamber, which possessed an unlimited discretionary authority of fining, imprisoning, and inflicting corporal punishment, and whose jurisdiction extended to all sorts of offenses, contempts, and disorders, that lay not within reach of the common law.
One approach to prevent such attacks involves the use of a certificate authority, a trusted third party responsible for verifying the identity of a user of the system.
One of the most direct public notices of the universal authority of the pope came in Innocent III ’ s “ Papal Decree on the choice of a German King, 1201 ".
One was that of splitting Suffolk into two unitary authorities – Ipswich & Felixstowe and Rural Suffolk ; and the other, that of creating a single county-wide controlling authority – the " One Suffolk " option.
< div style =" text-align: center ; border: none "> Bob Holman </ div > One of the goals of a poetry slam is to challenge the authority of anyone who claims absolute authority over literary value.
Pursuant to a parallel clause in Article One, Section Eight, such authority is exclusive: for example, the Supreme Court has held that states may not tax such federal property.
One of the issues the Bill resolved was the authority of the King to disarm its subjects, after James II had attempted to disarm many Protestants, and had argued with Parliament over his desire to maintain a standing ( or permanent ) army.
One of the main objections to a canon of literature is the question of authority — who should have the power to determine what works are worth reading and teaching?
One of the great reforming popes, he is perhaps best known for the part he played in the Investiture Controversy, his dispute with Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor that affirmed the primacy of papal authority and the new canon law governing the election of the pope by the College of Cardinals.
One of the few untitled servitors of George III to escape this fate was the treasurer Qutlu Arslan who now led a group of nobles and wealthy citizens in a struggle to limit the royal authority by creating a new council, karavi, whose members would alone deliberate and decide policy.
One of the Empress's greatest achievements was her success in maintaining German supremacy over Bohemia, as Duke Boleslaus II of Bohemia was forced to accept the authority of Otto III.
One could argue that the argument is based on a non-sequitur fallacy since it may not have been capitalism itself that was the cause, but rather the little state authority, which would make it an argument for libertarianism or anarchism in general, ranging from anarcho-capitalism to anarcho-communism.
One gives more weightage to devolution of tax authority as an instrument of decentralization and hold it crucial for subnational autonomy, the other gives more weight to the nature of intergovernmental transfers ( discretionary or not ) as an instrument impacting upon the subnational behaviour and affecting their autonomy and accountability.