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One of the earliest examples of almost modern factory layout, designed for easy material handling, was the Bridgewater Foundry.
One of the earliest group automorphisms ( automorphism of a group, not simply a group of automorphisms of points ) was given by the Irish mathematician William Rowan Hamilton in 1856, in his Icosian Calculus, where he discovered an order two automorphism, writing:
One of the earliest steps towards atomic physics was the recognition that matter was composed
One tablet from this period reads, "( From the earliest days ) no-one had made a statue of lead, ( but ) Rimush king of Kish, had a statue of himself made of lead.
One of the earliest was Paul Prudhomme, who in 1984 began the introduction of his influential cookbook, Paul Prodhomme's Louisiana Kitchen, by describing the over 200 year history of Creole and Cajun cooking ; he aims to " preserve and expand the Louisiana tradition.
One of the earliest 20th century practitioners of this method was The Mills Brothers whose early recordings of the 1930s clearly stated on the label that all instrumentation was done vocally.
One of the earliest historical facts is its membership in the League of Calauria ( Calaurian Amphictyony, ca.
One of the earliest forms of defense against assassins was employing bodyguards.
One of the earliest Christian martyrs in North America was Saint Peter the Aleut.
One of the earliest hard disk drives in personal computing history,
One of the earliest accounts relating to a large unknown freshwater animal was in 1818, when Hamilton Hume and James Meehan found some large bones at Lake Bathurst in New South Wales.
One of the earliest evidence of Hindu influence in Southeast Asia were stone pillars which bear inscriptions in the Pallava script found in Kutai along the Mahakam River in East Kalimantan, dating to around the second half of the 300s AD.
One of the earliest controversies to center on BJU was the break that occurred in the late 1950s between separatist fundamentalists and neo-evangelicals represented by the newly prominent evangelist Billy Graham.
One of the earliest articulations of the anthropological meaning of the term " culture " came from Sir Edward Tylor who writes on the first page of his 1897 book: “ Culture, or civilization, taken in its broad, ethnographic sense, is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society .” The term " civilization " later gave way to definitions by V. Gordon Childe, with culture forming an umbrella term and civilization becoming a particular kind of culture.
One of the earliest justifications involved the theory of natural law.
One of the earliest examples of a visual error appears in Charlie Chaplin's " The Property Man " of 1914.
One of his earliest surviving works, under the guidance of his anatomy teacher, Dimitrie Gerota, is a masterfully rendered écorché ( statue of a man with skin removed to reveal the muscles underneath ) which was exhibited at the Romanian Athenaeum in 1903.
One of the earliest references to couscous in France is in Brittany, in a letter dated January 12, 1699.
One of the earliest reliable records of this weapon in warfare is from an ambush, the Battle of Ma-Ling in 341 BC.
One of the earliest rifled cannon was the breech-loading Armstrong Gun — also invented by William George Armstrong — which boasted significantly improved range, accuracy, and power than earlier weapons.
One of the earliest references to the clavichord in England occurs in the privy-purse expenses of Elizabeth of York, queen of Henry VII, in an entry dated August 1502:
One of the earliest structured uses of dances may have been in the performance and in the telling of myths.
One of the earliest, and probably the most well-known, is DIN 476 — the standard that introduced the A-series paper sizes in 1922 — adopted in 1975 as International Standard ISO 216.
The earliest known example of a detective story was The Three Apples, one of the tales narrated by Scheherazade in the One Thousand and One Nights ( Arabian Nights ).

One and public
One might argue that the ultimate purpose of literary scholarship is to correct this spontaneous provincialism that is likely to obscure the horizons of the general public, of the newspaper critic, and of the creative artist himself.
One consequence is the occurrence of occasional conflicts because private owners of some inholdings object to public programs of use on neighboring National Forest or other Federal land, or because such ownerships are developed for uses that are not compatible with use for the public of neighboring National Forest land.
One might well wonder why the `` public is always wrong '' and the question raised is about as awkward as the one concerned with the chicken and the egg.
One legacy not drawn from the Group was anonymity, which came about due to AA wishing to avoid the publicity-seeking practices of the Oxford Group and to not promote, Wilson said, " erratic public characters who through broken anonymity might get drunk and destroy confidence in us.
One year later, harassment complaints filed with the EEOC were up 50 percent and public opinion had shifted in Hill's favor.
* Agriculture and Fisheries ( Agrifish ): One of the oldest configurations, this brings together once a month the ministers for agriculture and fisheries, and the commissioners responsible for agriculture, fisheries, food safety, veterinary questions and public health matters.
One of the most public displays of their strained relationship appeared during the Salem Witch Trials.
One called for the Council to find means to study dishonest and inhumane uses of language and literature by advertisers, to bring offenses to public attention, and to propose classroom techniques for preparing children to cope with commercial propaganda.
One of the first scandals to hit the new Scottish Parliament occurred when allegations that the lobbying arm of public relations company Beattie Media had privileged access to ministers were published, prompting Dewar to ask the standards committee to investigate the reports.
One of the most common fears is the fear of public speaking.
One of the earliest stipulations of O ' Sullivan was that the basic system would always remain free to the public over the internet, and the PDF of the 1995 version still is.
One challenge with " responsible disclosure " is that some vendors do not respond, or inordinately delay their response, to vulnerability reports that are not public.
One of the impacts of this directive was that the United Kingdom amended its own legislation to replace the gallon with the litre as a primary unit of measure in trade and in the conduct of public business, effective from 30 September 1995.
One of the first written laws in the world, the Code of Hammurabi was inscribed on a stele and placed in a public place so that all could see it, although it is thought that few were literate.
One is to give statutory expression to the moral and economic rights of creators in their creations and the rights of the public in access to those creations.
One of the most popular programs offered in public libraries are summer reading programs for children, families, and adults.
One could bear a little with Oliver Cromwell, though, contrary to his oath of fidelity to Parliament, contrary to his duty to the public ,... But as for Richard Cromwell, his son, who is he?
One habit of thought regards management as equivalent to " business administration " and thus excludes management in places outside commerce, as for example in charities and in the public sector.
* Interview with Tufts cosmologist Alex Vilenkin on his new book, " Many Worlds in One: The Search for Other Universes " on the podcast and public radio interview program ThoughtCast.
" One reason for this was an attempt to attract members of the growing merchant class, newly wealthy, but still less cultured than the nobility, to the public opera houses.
One of the greater problems with Modernist-style of planning was the disregard of resident or public opinion, which resulted in planning being forced upon the majority by a minority consisting of affluent professionals with little to no knowledge of real ' urban ' problems characteristic of post-Second World War urban environments ; slums, overcrowding, deteriorated infrastructure, pollution and disease, among others ( Irving 1993 ).
One of the most important values of Poznań is the positive attitude of public administration towards investments, and less bureaucracy than elsewhere in Poland.
One of these keys is published or public, while the other is kept private.

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