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Other common names for the same phenomenon are Fermi's question (" Where are they?
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Other attributes of his included the kithara ( an advanced version of the common lyre ), the plectrum and the sword.
Other common names are ear shells, sea ears, as well as muttonfish or muttonshells in Australia, ormer in Great Britain, and venus's-ears in South Africa and in New Zealand.
Other common names for the blue whale have included Sibbald's rorqual ( after Sibbald, who first described the species ), the great blue whale and the great northern rorqual.
Other common shapes for churches include a circle, to represent eternity, or an octagon or similar star shape, to represent the church's bringing light to the world.
Other common categorization systems are based on the buses primary role, connecting devices internally or externally, PCI vs. SCSI for instance.
Other common names include " giant neotropical toad ", " Dominican toad ", " giant marine toad ", and " South American Cane Toad ".
Other than at such moments of extremis, little evidence exists to suggest this was a common Cathar practice.
Other common symptoms are a pulsing noise in the head, progressive weakness and numbness and vision changes as well as debilitating, excruciating pain.
Other common signifying footwear of the dominatrix are thigh-high boots, in leather or shiny PVC, which have long held a fetishistic status, along with the very high stiletto heel.
Other guiding principles include the polluter pays principle, the precautionary principle, the principle of sustainable development, environmental procedural rights, common but differentiated responsibilities, intragenerational and intergenerational equity, " common concern of humankind ", and common heritage.
Other variants of East Coast Swing that use altered footwork forms are known as Single Swing or " Single-step Swing " ( where the triple step is replaced by a single step forming a slow, slow, quick, quick rhythm common to Foxtrot ), and Double Swing ( using a tap-step footwork pattern ).
By encouraging clarity on the active subject that " does " or wants or believes something, and disallowing passive constructions about the state of affairs ( a common use of " to be "), E-Prime makes it more difficult to hide assumptions in statements about The Other or equivalent constructions such as " they " or " most people " or " the public " or " the taxpayer ".
Other causes are CNS tumors, head trauma, and other degenerative diseases that are common in the older age group, such as dementia.
Other fears, such as fear of snakes, may be common to all simians and developed during the cenozoic time period.
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Other parts of the world developed other names for the high citadel or alcázar, which often reinforced a naturally strong site.
Other names used in the West include the unction or blessing of consecrated oil, the unction of God, and the office of the unction.
Other names are also used, such as ἅγιον ἔλαιον ( holy oil ), ἡγιασμένον ἔλαιον ( consecrated oil ), and χρῖσις or χρῖσμα ( anointing ).
Other names for the tool are box cutter or boxcutter, razor blade knife, razor knife, carpet knife, pen knife, stationery knife, sheetrock knife, or drywall knife.
Other names were sometimes used before Boston officially adopted the nickname " Braves " in ; the club eventually left Boston for Milwaukee and is now playing in Atlanta, Georgia.
Other names have been used to describe this disease, such as " The Black Plague " and " The Black Death "; the latter is now used primarily by scholars to describe the second, and most devastating, pandemic of the disease.
Other names include board of governors, board of managers, board of regents, board of trustees, and board of visitors.
Other names for the nine include " Nina from Pasadena ", " Nina at the Marina ", and " niner from Carolina ".
Other names, notably that of Lord Jestocost ( Russian Жестокость, Cruelty ), are non-English but not numbers.
Other places in Britain with names related to " Camel " have also been suggested, such as Camelford in Cornwall, located down the River Camel from where Geoffrey places Camlann, the scene of Arthur's final battle.
Other vendors of compatible telephone equipment called the Touch-Tone feature Tone dialing or DTMF, or used their own registered trade names such as the Digitone of Northern Electric ( now known as Nortel Networks ).
Other names for the species include wild dogs, whistling dogs, chennai, red wolves ( not to be confused with
Other names connected to the city include Max Born, physicist and Nobel laureate ; Charles Darwin, the biologist who discovered natural selection ; David Hume, a philosopher, economist and historian ; James Hutton, regarded as the " Father of Geology "; John Napier inventor of logarithms ; chemist and one of the founders of thermodynamics Joseph Black ; pioneering medical researchers Joseph Lister and James Young Simpson ; chemist and discoverer of the element nitrogen, Daniel Rutherford ; mathematician and developer of the Maclaurin series, Colin Maclaurin and Ian Wilmut, the geneticist involved in the cloning of Dolly the sheep just outside Edinburgh.