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One reason is, of course, that the new scepticism has been willing to maintain the general picture of the invasions as portrayed in the traditional sources.
One now leads to Aberdour railway station, a beautifully kept and cared for example of a traditional station, in keeping with its role of transporting at least a quarter of the village's working population to their work each day.
One hope is that green biotechnology might produce more environmentally friendly solutions than traditional industrial agriculture.
A further announcement by Head of television news Peter Horrocks came at the same time as Bakhurst's appointment in which he outlined his plan to provide more funding and resources for the channel and shift the corporation's emphasis regarding news away from the traditional BBC One bulletins and across to the rolling news channel.
One of the most convenient, and certainly the most traditional presentation of the elements, is in form of periodic table, which groups elements with similar chemical properties ( and usually also similar electronic structures ) together.
One variety is the short model traditional cornet, also known as a " Shepherd's Crook " shaped model.
One centers on the definition of " traditional society.
One traditional depiction of the cherubim and chariot vision, based on the description by Ezekiel.
One of the standards available for digital cable telephony, PacketCable, seems to be the most promising and able to work with the Quality of Service ( QOS ) demands of traditional analog Plain old telephone service ( POTS ) service.
One might note, however, that what is assumed to be a niche for the Torah scroll in the building probably originally built as a Judeo-Christian synagogue between AD 70 and AD 135 on the traditional site of the Cenacle or upper room of the Last Supper and now identified as the site of the King David's Tomb is oriented not towards the Temple Mount, but towards the site of the Holy Sepulchre, which would seem to indicate that the Christian community that had built it had already began to transfer many of the religious traditions originally associated with the Temple to the sites they associated with Christ's death and resurrection ( such as the burial place of Adam and the centre of the world ).
One scholar wrote about the detective novels of Tony Hillerman, set among the Native American population around New Mexico, " many American readers have probably gotten more insight into traditional Navajo culture from his detective stories than from any other recent books.
One of the examples below illustrates that traditional haiku masters were not always constrained by the 5-7-5 pattern.
One traditional order of the labours is found in the Bibliotheca as follows:
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.
The Neoplatonic philosopher Plotinus taught that above the gods of traditional belief was " The One " and polytheist grammarian Maximus of Madauros even stated that only a mad person would deny the existence of the supreme God.
One of the buildings was a bell tower, designed to resemble the bachi used when playing traditional instruments like the shamisen.
One challenge to the traditional concept of matter as tangible " stuff " came with the rise of field physics in the 19th century.
According to the book " Mexico One Plate At A Time ," even though the dish ceviche has been a part of traditional Mexican coastal cuisine for centuries, ceviche is not a dish native to Mexico.
Other pub chains, such as All Bar One and Slug and Lettuce offer youth-orientated atmospheres, often in premises larger than traditional pubs.
One of the reasons for ragga's swift propagation is that it is generally easier and less expensive to produce than reggae performed on traditional musical instruments.
One classical or traditional analysis of ' knowledge ' is justified true belief.
One of the most traditional Swedish soups, still served in many restaurants and households every Thursday together with pancakes, is the yellow pea soup, or ärtsoppa.
One is the traditional restrained courting favored by the older generations, which often featured serenades and doing chores for the girl's parents.
One element of the traditional Chinese criminal justice system is the notion that criminal law has a moral purpose, one of which is to get the convicted to repent and see the error of his ways.

One and etymology
A Luwian etymology suggested for Apaliunas makes Apollo " The One of Entrapment ", perhaps in the sense of " Hunter ".
One etymology is PIE " inhabitant ", from " home " (> Eng.
One etymology asserts it is derived from the root of the Irish word gob or gab ( mouth ), which the same source asserts is the root of jabber, gibber and gobble.
One common folk etymology is that it refers to men who stood outside courthouses with a straw in their shoe in order to indicate their willingness to be a false witness.
A popular etymology would derive the term from 九能一 ( 能 " nō ": talent ) with Japanese numbers " ku " ( 九 ) for " nine ", the particle " no " ( の ) for " and " and " ichi " ( 一 ) for " one ", literally translated to " Nine and One ".
One commonly promulgated speculation as to its etymology is that it literally means ' through the dust ', referring to the dust raised by the busy servant or messenger.
One hypothetical etymology points to London bearskin " jobbers " ( market makers ), who would sell bearskins before the bears had actually been caught in contradiction of the proverb ne vendez pas la peau de l ' ours avant de l ’ avoir tué (" don't sell the bearskin before you've killed the bear ")— an admonition against over-optimism.
One theory, of sufficient popularity to serve as an example of folk etymology, is that the term horse latitudes originates from when the Spanish transported horses by ship to their colonies in the West Indies and Americas.
One might add that even though Szemerényi's etymology ( Hitt.
One traditional etymology is from kēdeuein " to take charge, to care for ", and early nineteenth century scholars agreed.
Stella Kramrisch notes a different etymology connected with the adjectival form raudra, which means wild, of rudra nature, and translates the name Rudra as " the Wild One " or " the Fierce God ".
One folk etymology that is contradicted by linguist evidence is that paprika was named after the religious Hindu figure Rysh Paprike.
* One etymology report says: " The ultimate source of the word is obscure.
One etymology of the term codswallop originates from beer sold in Codd bottles, though this is generally dismissed as a folk etymology.
One of the oldest surviving kitsune tales provides a widely known folk etymology of the word kitsune.
One etymology of the term codswallop originates from beer sold in Codd bottles, though this is generally dismissed as a folk etymology.
One popular etymology that is certainly not correct belongs to Spurius, a praenomen that was amongst the most common, and favored by many leading patrician and plebeian families during the early Republic.
Based on the etymology, two routes have been proposed as the route for the kulintang to Mindanao: One from Sunda, through Banjermasin, Brunei and the Sulu Archipelago, a route where the word “ kulintangan ” is commonly used for the horizontal row of gongs ; The other from Sunda, thru, Timor, Sulawesi, Moluccas and Mindanao where the word kolintang / kulintang is commonly seen.
One theory on the etymology of the name Iberia, proposed by Giorgi Melikishvili, was that it was derived from the contemporary Armenian designation for Georgia, Virkʿ (, and Ivirkʿ and Iverkʿ ), which itself was connected to the word Sver ( or Svir ), the Kartvelian designation for Georgians.
One theory is that the etymology is " Toki's landing-place ".
One posited etymology is from fetill, meaning a " strap ", so possibly the island's name means " two islands strapped together ".

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