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Other common terms for this bug were " turn over " and " flip over ".
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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 numerically important groups include the closely interrelated Chokwe and Lunda, the Ganguela and Nhaneca-Humbe, in both cases classification terms which stand for a variety of small groups, the Ovambo, the Herero, the Xindonga and scattered residual groups of Khoisan.
Other terms that have been used include neosyllabary ( Février 1959 ), pseudo-alphabet ( Householder 1959 ), semisyllabary ( Diringer 1968 ; a word which has other uses ) and syllabic alphabet ( Coulmas 1996 ; this term is also a synonym for syllabary ).
Other terms used are hearth, theod ( only within the Theodish movement ), blotgroup, sippe, and other less popular ones such as garth, stead, church, and others.
Other multi-axled wheeled military vehicles can be quite large, and actually be superior to some smaller tracked vehicles in terms of armour and armament.
Other multi-axled wheeled military vehicles can be quite large, and actually be superior to some smaller tracked vehicles in terms of armor and armament.
Other terms include FAB ( flavored alcoholic beverage ), FMB ( flavored malt beverage ), PPS ( pre-packaged spirit or premium packaged spirits ), and RTD ( Ready To Drink-Aus & NZ ).
Other terms with this type of ambiguity are: satisfiable, true, false, function, property, class, relation, cardinal, and ordinal.
Other terms such as character set, character map, and code page are used almost interchangeably, but these terms have related but distinct meanings described below.
Other gender-free dance groups started up in the area after that, and in 1989, at the gender-free dance group in Jamaica Plain, MA, a group of dancers led by Janet Dillon protested the use of these terms, and the armband system was devised: the traditionally male-role dancers would wear armbands and be called " armbands " or just " bands ," and the traditionally female-role dancers would be called " bare arms " or just " bares.
Other terms were coined by the Japanese by giving new senses to existing Chinese terms or by referring to expressions used in classical Chinese literature.
Other similar terms are the " chattering classes " ( coined in England in the 1980s ) and " latte liberal ".
Other major critiques are that the term is not defined well, and employs further terms that are not defined well, and therefore lacks explanatory power, that cultural imperialism is hard to measure, and that the theory of a legacy of colonialism is not always true.
Other manufacturers and the aviation press widely ridiculed and spoofed many of these marketing terms but between Cessna ’ s designers producing a product the flying public wanted and the work of the marketing department, Cessna built and sold more aircraft than any other manufacturer during the boom years of the 1960s and 1970s.
Other provisions set the terms of a transaction, establishing the liability of a builder for a house that collapses, for example, or property that is damaged while left in the care of another.
Other European pioneers were Robert Boyle, who in 1675 stated that electric attraction and repulsion can act across a vacuum ; Stephen Gray, who in 1729 classified materials as conductors and insulators ; and C. F. du Fay, who proposed in 1733 that electricity comes in two varieties that cancel each other, and expressed this in terms of a two-fluid theory.
Other examples of late Biblical Hebrew include the qetAl pattern form nouns, which would have dated after an Aramaic influence, the frequent use of the relative sh (- ש ) alongside asher ( אשר ), the Ut ending ( ות -), the frequent use of the participle for the present ( which is later developed in Rabbinic Hebrew ), using the prefix conjugation in the future ( vs. the older preterite use ), and terms that appear to specifically fit a Persian / Hellenistic context ( e. g. Shallit ).
Other terms used to refer to the emperor in Japanese include Heika and Okami, but these are much less typical than Tennō Heika or Kinjō Heika in ordinary conversation.
Other terms used to mean " an area with a high density of trees " are wood, woodland, wold, weald, holt, frith and firth.
Other terms in use, apart from female circumcision, include female genital cutting ( FGC ), female genital surgeries, female genital alteration, female genital excision, and female genital modification.
Other terms, including " firearm " itself, have been defined in specialized ad hoc ways by various legislation ; air weapons, for example, are sometimes so classified.