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Other authors reject this early institution and ascribe it to Pope John XXII ( 1316 ).
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Other authors who used the name were Major John Bernard Arbuthnot MVO, the column's founder, and William Hartston, the current author of its revived form.
Other authors have found small or inconsistent differences in concentrations but claim that exposure of cyclists is higher due to increased minute ventilation and is associated with minor biological changes .< ref > The significance of the associated health effect, if any, is unclear but probably much smaller than the health impacts associated with accidents and the health benefits derived from additional physical activity.
Other serious authors also produced clerihews, including W. H. Auden, and it remains a popular humorous form among other writers and the general public.
Other authors and media personalities include ABC Senior White House correspondent Jake Tapper, novelist / screenwriter Budd Schulberg, political analyst Dinesh D ' Souza, radio talk show host Laura Ingraham, commentator Mort Kondracke, and journalist James Panero.
Other New Testament authors also quote period literature which was familiar to the audience but that was not included in the Old Testament or the deuterocanonical books.
Other influential 2nd century authors include Juvenal and Pliny the Younger, the latter of whom was a friend of Tacitus and in 100 delivered his famous Panygericus Traiani before Trajan and the Roman Senate, exalting the new era of restored freedom while condemning Domitian as a tyrant.
Other authors might come to different conclusions, if they place higher value on heating costs, or material costs.
Other authors and pedagogues remain skeptical about the necessity of this motion, but scientific evidence supporting this view has not been sufficiently developed at this time to support this view.
Other contemporary authors in the Greek world confirm this including Theodotus the Shoemaker, Athenaeus and Alexander of Aphrodisias.
Other uses of the term gnome remain obscure until the early 19th century, when it is taken up by authors of Romanticist collections of fairy tales and becomes mostly synonymous with the older word goblin.
Glorantha has been, so far, the background for 2 board-games ( White Bear and Red Moon / Dragon Pass and Nomad Gods ), two role-playing games ( RuneQuest and HeroQuest ), one video game ( King of Dragon Pass ), one comic book series ( Path of the Damned ), five novels or collections of fiction ( King of Sartar by Greg Stafford, The Collected / Complete Griselda by Oliver Dickinson, Gloranthan Visions by various authors, The Widow's Tale and Eurhol's Vale & Other Tales by Penelope Love, and numerous pieces of myth and fiction created by the Glorantha community, featuring in magazines such as Tales of the Reaching Moon.
Other authors of the Gogol's era included Vladimir Fyodorovich Odoevsky ( The Living Corpse, written 1838, published 1844, The Ghost, The Sylphide, and other stories ), Count Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy ( The Family of the Vourdalak, 1839, and The Vampire, 1841 ), Mikhail Zagoskin ( Unexpected Guests ), Józef Sękowski / Osip Senkovsky ( Antar ), Yevgeny Baratynsky ( The Ring ).
Other science fiction authors, such as David Brin or Greg Cox, have borrowed the term over the years as an homage.
Other authors prefer a text subscript, such as 159 < sub > decimal </ sub > and 159 < sub > hex </ sub >, or 159 < sub > d </ sub > and 159 < sub > h </ sub >.
Other authors had their own ideas: Robert de Boron portrayed it as the vessel of the Last Supper ; and Peredur had no Grail per se, presenting the hero instead with a platter containing his kinsman's bloody, severed head.
Other books found in the Harmony Society's library in Economy, include those by the following authors: Christoph Schütz, Gottfried Arnold, Justinus Kerner, Thomas Bromley, Jane Leade, Johann Scheible ( Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses ), Paracelsus, and Georg von Welling, among others.
Other authors have suggested a higher figure for the exodus, ranging from the entire population of over 150, 000, to 190, 000 of a total Pandit population of 200, 000, to a number as high as 300, 000.
Other translators provide literal translations, trying to imitate exactly the writings of Latin authors.
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Other scholars have suggested that Hebrews is part of an internal New Testament debate between the extreme Judaizers ( who argued that non-Jews must convert to Judaism before they can receive the Holy Spirit of Jesus ' Jewish covenant ) versus the extreme Antinomians ( who argued that Jews must reject God's commandments and that Jewish law was no longer in effect ).
Other feminists have criticized these radical feminist views as being anti-men, though some radical feminists reject this portrayal of their views.
Other researchers believe that individuals with an internal locus of control-that is, people who believe that the gambling outcomes are the result of their own skill-are more susceptible to the gambler's fallacy because they reject the idea that chance could overcome skill or talent.
Other archaeologists in Israel, including Amnon Ben-Tor, Amihai Mazar, William Dever and Lawrence Stager, reject this theory, claiming that it is contradicted by scientific understandings of strata formulation and the general development of the region, and that the theory relies overmuch on pottery seriation, a technique for dating sites using ceramic remains, which is a relative dating technique rather than a reliable technique such as carbon dating.
Other grammars, for instance dependency grammars, are likely to reject this approach to phrases, since they take the words themselves to be primitive.
Other theories of syntax and grammar ( e. g. Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, Construction Grammar, dependency grammar ) reject the presence of null elements such as PRO, which means they are likely to reject the stance that to-infinitives constitute clauses.
Other Orthodox theologians reject this approach, seeing the Holocaust as a unique tragedy, that could not be based on normal processes of reward and punishment.
Other traditional Lutherans reject such practices as unbiblical, with a minority of congregations continuing the historic practice of male suffrage, similar to the Wisconsin Synod.
Other prominent biologists, such as Heinrich Anton de Bary, Albert Bernhard Frank, Melchior Treub and Hermann Hellriegel were not so quick to reject Schwendener's ideas and the concept soon spread into other areas of study, such as microbial, plant, animal and human pathogens.
Other authorities, especially older rabbis from North Africa, reject these in favour of a more conservative Oriental-Sephardic text as found in the 19th century Livorno editions ; and the Shami Yemenite and Syrian rites belong to this group.
Other activists were led to either reject this form of sabotage entirely, or take some precautions, such as putting warning signs in the area where the trees are being spiked.
Other scholars reject these identifications and the legends to which they attempt to link, only crediting the annals as representing authentic history.
Other recent works on the Persian Wars reject this number, viewing 1, 207 as more of a reference to the combined Greek fleet in the Iliad.
Other Modern Christian views, including some conservative Protestants, reject the idea of the New Testament as an extended covenant, and retain the classical Christian view as described above.
Other churches, such as Churches of Christ or the Plymouth Brethren reject formal ties with other churches within the movement.
Other Molinists, including Molina himself, vigorously reject any such antecedent absolute election of Peter to salvation.
Other writers reject the concept of an illiberal democracy, saying it only " muddies the waters " on the basis that it if a country does not have opposition parties and an independent media, it is not democratic.
* Other scholars reject Herodotus ' etymology and derive the ethnonym Arimaspoi from Iranian aspa-" horse " instead .< ref >
Other strands of socialist thought reject state ownership altogether and instead argue for participatory economics and non-governmental worker-cooperative ownership of the means of production.