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Other adaptations to island ecologies include gigantism, dwarfism, and, among birds, loss of flight.
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Some adaptations of the Latin alphabet are augmented with ligatures, such as æ in Old English and Icelandic and Ȣ in Algonquian ; by borrowings from other alphabets, such as the thorn þ in Old English and Icelandic, which came from the Futhark runes ; and by modifying existing letters, such as the eth ð of Old English and Icelandic, which is a modified d. Other alphabets only use a subset of the Latin alphabet, such as Hawaiian, and Italian, which uses the letters j, k, x, y and w only in foreign words.
Other adaptations include warning coloration, non-concealing forms of mimicry ( as when a harmless hoverfly resembles a stinging wasp ), the use of bright colours in sexual selection, and the use of pigment in the skin to protect against sunburn.
Other film genres typical of this period were adaptations of operettas, hospital melodramas, comedies and musicals.
Other werewolves are decidedly more willful and malevolent, such as those in the novel The Howling and its subsequent sequels and film adaptations.
Other offerings included melodramas ( or " women's pictures "), swashbucklers, and adaptations of best-sellers, with stars like Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland, Paul Muni, and Errol Flynn.
Other tail adaptations help sharks catch prey more directly, such as the thresher shark's usage of its powerful, elongated upper lobe to stun fish and squid.
Other adaptations include a large amount of red muscle, allowing them to maintain activity over long periods.
Other adaptations to eating include altering the pace of feeding and recommending specific foods and textures that the individual is easily able to swallow.
Other popular adaptations of Shakespeare's plays that relied on anachronisms in props and setting were Titus ( 1999 ) and William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet ( 1996 ).
Other film versions ( which are loose adaptations as opposed to straight translations from stage to screen ) include: the 1929 The Framing of the Shrew, directed by Arvid E. Gillstrom, and starring Edward Thompson and Evelyn Preer ; the 1933 You Made Me Love You, directed by Monty Banks, and starring Stanley Lupino and Thelma Todd ; the 1938 Second Best Bed, directed by Tom Walls, and starring Jane Baxter and Walls himself ; the 1942 Italian adaptation La bisbetica domata, directed by Ferdinando Maria Poggioli, and starring Amedeo Nazzari and Lilia Silvi ; the 1943 Hungarian adaptation Makacs Kata ( Stubborn Kate ) directed by Emil Martonffy, and starring Katalin Karády and Pál Jávor ; another 1943 Hungarian adaptation, Makrancos hölgy ( Unruly Lady ), directed by Viktor Bánky, and starring Emmi Buttykay and Miklós Hajmássy ; the 1948 Mexican adaptation Cartas marcadas, directed by René Cardona, and starring Marga López and Pedro Infante ; the 1956 Spanish adaptation La fierecilla domada, directed by Antonio Román, and starring Carmen Sevilla and Alberto Closas ; the 1962 Egyptian adaptation Ah min hawaa, directed by Fatin Abdel Wahab, and starring Lobna Abdel Aziz and Rushdy Abaza ; the 1963 western McLintock !, directed by Andrew McLaglen, and starring John Wayne and Maureen O ' Hara ; the 1999 teen film 10 Things I Hate About You, directed by Gil Junger, and starring Julia Stiles as Kat Stratford ( Katherina ) and Heath Ledger as Patrick Verona ( Petruchio ); the 2003 comedy Deliver Us from Eva, directed by Gary Hardwick, and starring Gabrielle Union and LL Cool J ; and the 2010 Bollywood film Isi Life Mein, directed by Vidhi Kasliwal, and starring Akshay Oberoi and Sandeepa Dhar.
Other adaptations towards eating seeds are specialised bills and elongated and specialised alimentary canals.
Other media adaptations include a popular radio play version in 1934 starring Lionel Barrymore, an American television version from the 1940s, and, in 1949, the first commercial sound recording with Ronald Colman ( Standiford 171 – 3 ).
Other new adaptations within various families allowed species to occupy previously unused evolutionary niches.
Other silent versions appeared for the silver screen, and some adaptations even moulded Turpin into a figure styled on Robin Hood.
Other printed adaptations are Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Amulet of Power, a 2003 novel written by Mike Resnick ; Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Lost Cult, a 2004 novel written by E. E. Knight ; and Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Man of Bronze, a 2005 novel written by James Alan Gardner.
Other TV adaptations were created for Suspense ( 17 May 1949 and 3 October 1950 ), Great Ghost Tales ( 20 July 1961 ), and Great Mysteries ( 10 November 1973 ).
Other comic adaptations released in Europe have the crew emerging into another galaxy, thus confirming Reinhardt's theories.
Other notable adaptations of folklore Chełm stories into the mainstream culture are the comedy Chelmer Khakhomim (“ The Wise Men of Chelm ”) by Aaron Zeitlin, The Heroes of Chelm ( 1942 ) by Shlomo Simon, published in English translation as The Wise Men of Helm ( Solomon Simon, 1945 ) and More Wise Men of Helm ( Solomon Simon, 1965 ), and the book Chelmer Khakhomim by Y. Y. Trunk.
Other manga adaptations include The Window of Orpheus, also by Ikeda, Osamu Tezuka's Black Jack and Phoenix, and Yasuko Aoike's El Halcón.
Other film adaptations include David Copperfield in 1935 and 1969, Nicholas Nickleby in 1947 and 2002, The Pickwick Papers in 1952 and Little Dorrit in 1987.
Other notable 1960s productions included adaptations of Anna Karenina ( 1961, starring Sean Connery and Claire Bloom ) and Wuthering Heights ( 1962, a new version of Kneale's 1953 script, starring Bloom and Keith Michell ).
Other adaptations included Treasure Island, The Thirty-Nine Steps, The Man Who Was Thursday and The Count of Monte Cristo.
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Other historical accounts from 1711, 1825 and 1839, however, point out that the island had a low grassy or suffrutescent ( partially woody ) flora during those periods ( Sachet, 1962 ).
Other neighbouring territories include Syria and Lebanon to the east ( 105 km and, respectively ), Israel to the southeast, Egypt to the south, and Greece to the west-northwest: to the small Dodecanesian island of Kastellórizo ( Meyísti ), to Rhodes, and to the Greek mainland.
Other examples of this style include Tex-Mex, which combines southwest United States cuisine and Mexican cuisines, and Pacific rim cuisine, which combines the different cuisines of the various island nations.
Other countries with large Hindu populations include Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Suriname, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago, Fiji and the island of Bali.
Other " sons of Hephaestus " were the Cabeiri on the island of Samothrace, who were identified with the crab ( karkinos ) by the lexicographer Hesychius.
Other than this, economic activity is limited to providing services for employees of Norway's radio communications and meteorological stations located on the island.
Other characters included John Silver, a pirate sea captain and his crew, and King Bongo, a primitive-living but sophisticated-acting black jungle monarch who ruled a tropical island.
Other historic cloisters in the vicinity are the Konevets Monastery, which sits on the Konevets island, and the Alexander-Svirsky Monastery, which preserves fine samples of medieval Muscovite architecture.
Other important island groups of Melanesia include the Bismarck Archipelago, Fiji, New Caledonia, the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.
Other varieties planted on the island, though not legally permitted for Madeira production, include Arnsburger, Cabernet Sauvignon, and the American hybrids Cunningham and Jacquet.
Other names for the continent include Magallanica or Magellanica (" the land of Magellan "), La Australia del Espíritu Santo ( Spanish: " the southern land of the Holy Spirit "), and La grande isle de Java ( French: " the great island of Java ").
Other species have more restricted distributions, particularly island endemics like the Mauritius Kestrel.
Other well-known celebrities who live on or have regularly visited the island: Famously renowned Harlem Renaissance artist Lois Mailou Jones, U. S. President Barack Obama ; former president Bill Clinton and his wife, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ; comedian and talk show host David Letterman ; Bill Murray ; Tony Shalhoub ; Quincy Jones ; Ted Danson and wife Mary Steenburgen ; Larry David ; the Farrelly brothers ; Meg Ryan ; Chelsea Handler.
Other parts of East Beleriand survived into the Second Age, but were completely destroyed along with the island kingdom of Númenor.
Other major islands in the 1, 500 island archipelago are Moore Island, Wiegand Island, Split Island, Snape Island and Mavor Island.
Other significant mountain ranges are Sierra Cristal in the southeast, Escambray Mountains in the center of the island, and Sierra del Rosario in the northwest.
Other sites of interest on the island include the ruins of Genoese forts, the picturesque Chora ( literally village ) and ' Paliapoli ' ( literally Old Town ), and several waterfalls.
* Other populations in the United Kingdom that for some periods bred successfully included one near Teignmouth, Devon, another in the Ashdown Forest, East Sussex and one on the island of Bute and Lundy.
His wife, who had considerable literary talent and who published The Deserted Isle ( 1822 ) and The Widow of the Rock and Other Poems ( 1824 ), returned to the United States in 1840 and died soon afterward in New York City while attempting to obtain through Congress payment for property destroyed on the island.