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One particular ad line read " Every normal skin needs these two creams ".
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The exercise I shall discuss in this -- the first of a new series of articles on muscle definition-specialization of a particular body part -- is the One Leg Lunge.
One species is restricted to statements which are neither explicit nor precise regarding a particular person, place, time or thing.
One particular contribution towards formalizing these differences came from Noah Webster, who wrote the first American dictionary ( published 1828 ) with the intention of showing that people in the United States spoke a different dialect from Britain, much like a regional accent.
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 last distinction within citizenship is the so-called consent descent distinction, and this issue addresses whether citizenship is a fundamental matter determined by a person choosing to belong to a particular nation –– by his or her consent –– or is citizenship a matter of where a person was born –– that is, by his or her descent.
One of the files is always open in each of the chakras, no matter how " closed " that particular chakra may be.
One usage refers to a variety of a language that is a characteristic of a particular group of the language's speakers.
The particular form of Palden Lhamo at Lhamo La-tso is Gyelmo Maksorma, " The Victorious One who Turns Back Enemies ".
One can express the divergence as a particular case of the exterior derivative, which takes a 2-form to a 3-form in R < sup > 3 </ sup >.
One theory, dating from 1872, indicates that cooping – in which unwilling citizens who were forced to vote for a particular candidate were occasionally killed – was the cause of Poe's death.
One point agreed on is that fractal patterns are characterized by fractal dimensions, but whereas these numbers quantify complexity ( i. e., changing detail with changing scale ), they neither uniquely describe nor specify details of how to construct particular fractal patterns.
One solution that is applicable to revolvers in particular is the possibility of using a reduced-volume case.
The Grail features heavily in the novels of Peter David's Knight trilogy, which depict King Arthur reappearing in modern-day New York City, in particular the second and third novels, One Knight Only and Fall of Knight.
One of the attractive features of hedge funds ( in particular market neutral and similar funds ) is that they sometimes have a modest correlation with traditional assets such as equities.
One particular weapon developed by the Soviet Union ( FOBS ) had a partial orbital trajectory, and unlike most ICBMs its target could not be deduced from its orbital flight path.
One item in particular that devastated the elephant herds in Kenya in the first half of the 20th century was the demand for elephant tusk ivory for piano keys.
One that he often commended was the conservative sheriff of Caddo Parish, Louisiana, J. Howell Flournoy, for particular effectiveness.
One particular variant of Kaluza – Klein theory is space-time-matter theory or induced matter theory, chiefly promulgated by Paul Wesson and other members of the so-called Space-Time-Matter Consortium.
However, the terminal illness of Radek's lover, Larissa Reissner, saw Radek lose his inhibitions and he began publicly criticising Stalin, in particular debating Stalin's doctrine of Socialism in One Country at the Communist Academy Radek was sacked from his post at Sun Yat-Sen University in May 1927.
One example of this is found in advertising, when an advertiser wishes for particular lights to be bright and visible, even though others find them annoying.
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One controversy that has broken out in bankruptcy courts since 2007 concerns the proper amount of disclosure that the court and other parties are entitled to receive from the members of the ad hoc creditor's committees that play a large role in many such proceedings.
This is doubly interesting since the underlying proverb behind this, " One picture is worth a thousand words ," was originally introduced into the English proverb repertoire in an ad for televisions ( Mieder 2004b: 83 ).
One solution to these paradoxes is the Charlier universe, in which the matter is arranged hierarchically ( systems of orbiting bodies that are themselves orbiting in a larger system, ad infinitum ) in a fractal way such that the universe has a negligibly small overall density ; such a cosmological model had also been proposed earlier in 1761 by Johann Heinrich Lambert.
One consequence of the Duhem-Quine thesis is that any theory can be made compatible with any empirical observation by the addition of a sufficient number of suitable ad hoc hypotheses.
One way to proceed — the Socratic method — is to show that a given hypothesis ( with other admissions ) leads to a contradiction ; thus, forcing the withdrawal of the hypothesis as a candidate for truth ( see reductio ad absurdum ).
' General Services ' is a very successful company that provides various personal services such as shopping for you or walking your dogs or supplying a host for a party, but also proudly advertises that no job is too large ( One ad campaign idea the staff discusses: " Want somebody murdered?
One of Jerry Yulsman's photographs of Kerouac was altered for use in a Gap print ad, in which Joyce Johnson was omitted from the image.
In 2010, the paper cited its local focus as a reason for running its first-ever front page advertisement: the Capital One ad was being run to draw attention to the rebranding of Chevy Chase Bank, a bank Capital One bought in 2009.
* CHRONICA: ad Euangelij ueritatem ,… first edition: Jacobus Parcus, Basel, 1559 One issue can be retrieved in the Stadtbibliothek Mainz IV e: 2 °/ 93.
One of them was a former account executive at the ad agency Dancer Fitzgerald Sample, Edgar J. Scherick, who as far as Hernon knew, was doing something at ABC.
On September 5, 2005, Ford, Foster and Ghomeshi performed on CIUT, the U of T's campus radio station, as part of the morning program Toronto Unlocked, an ad hoc program produced and hosted by locked-out CBC Radio One staff.
One of the first commercials made under Bill White, director of advertising and public relations, was the market introduction for The Legend of Zelda, which received a great deal of attention in the ad industry.
One of Listyev's very first moves as director was to order a temporary stop to all advertising, in effect excluding all unauthorized middlemen out of the lucrative advertising business, and consolidating future ad sales in the hands of the channel.
One ad in 2003 depicted a man ( a then-unknown Jim Parsons ) who had been " raised by wolves " by suckling at a mother wolf's teat ( an ad which was pulled after the Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show controversy ).
From 2008-2010, Six Flags ' TV ads have a " Fun-O-Meter " in which the beginning of the ad may show something boring or embarrassing and a man's face judges it " One Flag!
One of the first notable advertisements was a television ad created by The Martin Agency which was based upon the product's original campaign line of " Reward Your Curiosity ".
These were interspersed with advertising films ( the Julius Pinschewer advertising agency invented ad films and sponsored a large number of abstract animators during the Weimar period ) and special effects for various feature films – most famously a silhouette falcon for a dream sequence in Part One of Fritz Lang's Die Nibelungen ).
One immediately recognizable impact was that, as a result of the so-called stand by your ad provision, all campaign advertisements included a verbal statement to the effect of " I'm < Candidate's Name > and I approve this message.
One such ad had a player for a fictional American football team showing off his new tattoo of the team's logo on his back to his teammates.
One memorable ad featured a member of the grounds crew at Arrowhead Stadium painting the field for an upcoming Kansas City Chiefs game in hot, late-summer weather.
One, the soaring and inspirational Just Wave Hello, was the centre piece of a millennium-themed ad campaign for the Ford Motor Company.