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Other groups originating in this time period include the Christadelphians and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the largest denomination of the Latter Day Saint movement with over 14 million members.
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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 varieties in style may have distinguished between arbitrary groups within a culture, perhaps defining status, gender, clan or guild affiliation, religious belief or cultural alliances.
Other groups include: Carnegie Mellon University's Deewane, Northwestern University's Brown Sugar, Chai-Town from the University of Illinois, Raagapella from Stanford University, Andaaz from the University of California, Irvine, and Maize Mirchi from University of Michigan.
Other co-ed groups include Taal Tadka from Georgia Institute of Technology, RAAG ( Rutgers Asian A cappella Group ) from Rutgers University, Naya Zamaana from UCLA, UW Awaaz from the University of Washington and Dhamakapella from Case Western Reserve University.
; the duo Lange Frans & Baas B with their patriotic but introspective " Het Land Van "; and Yes-R. Other notable groups are " Opgezwolle " ( consisting of rapper Sticky Steez, rapper Phreaco Rico and DJ Delic ) and Brainpower.
Other examples are readily found in different areas of mathematics, for example, vector addition, matrix multiplication and conjugation in groups.
Other ethnologists argued that different groups had the capability of creating similar beliefs and practices independently.
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 important influences include schools, peer groups, people, mass media, the workplace, and government.
Other invertebrate groups, including rudists ( reef-building clams ) and inoceramids ( giant relatives of modern scallops ), also became extinct at the K – T boundary.
Other splinter groups, excommunicated from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, followed other leaders in their own interpretation of the Latter Day Saint movement.
Other groups causing problems of enumeration are new born babies, refugees, people away on holiday, people moving home around census day, and people without a fixed address.
Other prominent European pop and disco groups were Luv ' from the Netherlands and Boney M, a group of four West Indian singers and dancers masterminded by West German record producer Frank Farian.
Other groups who were accused of docetism held that Jesus was a man in the flesh, but Christ was a separate entity, who entered Jesus ’ s body in the form of a dove at his baptism, empowered him to perform miracles, and abandoned him on his death on the cross.
Other causes associated with these age groups are stress, trauma, CNS infections, brain tumors, illicit drug use and alcohol withdrawal.
Other and originating
Other important sources include a group of four manuscripts originating in the west of Ireland in the late 14th or early 15th century: The Yellow Book of Lecan, The Great Book of Lecan, The Book of Hy Many, and The Book of Ballymote.
Other terms originating in the star casting system of the Parisian theatres are baryton-martin and falcon.
Other common catalyst poisons include fuel sulfur, manganese ( originating primarily from the gasoline additive MMT ), and silicone, which can enter the exhaust stream if the engine has a leak that allows coolant into the combustion chamber.
Other programming including fare such as Bible Dramas from CRCM Montreal, Canadian Press News-a 15 minute nightly newscast from CRCT Toronto presented by Charles Jennings ( the father of Peter Jennings ), Western Radio Players a weekly dramatic half-hour from CKY Winnipeg and Northern Messenger, a weekly program originating from Toronto but aimed at Canadians living in the far north including personal messages to RCMP officers, missionaries, trappers and others from family and friends, the program was continued by CBC into the 1970s.
Other national country music TV programs originating from Springfield included Five Star Jubilee and Talent Varieties.
Other professors at the Academia, originating in several historical regions, were Ion Ghica, Eftimie Murgu, and Ion Ionescu de la Brad.
Other favourites include the caramel-flavoured Dobostorte and the delicately-layered Esterhazy Torte, named in honor of Prince Esterházy ( both originating from Hungary during the Austro-Hungarian empire ), as well as a number of cakes made with fresh fruit and cream.
Other special services include occasional " double header " steam trains, and dinner trains originating in Port Augusta and stopping at the track-side Willows Brewery Restaurant en-route to Quorn.
Other spelling variations used include Shivalik and Siwalik, originating from the Hindi and Nepali word ' shiwālik parvat ' श ि व ा ल ि क पर ् वत.
The only way to effectively mitigate the impact of a tsunami is through an early warning system. Other methods such as sea walls only work for a percentage of waves, but a warning system is effective for all waves originating outside a minimum distance from the coastline.
Other new services would see a direct train to Glasgow and Edinburgh originating at or Cardiff Central, and a direct service to via the Berkeley line ( currently freight-only ).
Other colored jewelry originating during this time uses a different technique and is not considered niello.
Other shows heard on 5DN around the same time included " Quiz Kids ", the " Cashmere Bouquet Show ", " Doctor Mac " and " Music While You Work ", many of them originating from the Macquarie Network production studios in Sydney.
Other sites on nearby hills and near the chapel of Saint-Ginier, the Château de Villa, the churches of Sainte-Croix, Grands-Prés, Muraz, Glarey and Bernunes have yielded up graves originating from the Bronze Age to the Carolingian era.
* Other analysts see opportunism as originating in perceptions of the relative magnitudes of risk associated with different policy alternatives.
Other aviation milestones originating at North Island included the first seaplane flight in 1911, the first mid-air refueling and the first non-stop transcontinental flight, both in 1923.
Other male group dances originating from ritual dances are found along the Carpathians and in Transylvania.
Other and time
Other factors playing a part in the extent of AM service and interference are the frequency involved, the time of year, the position of the year in the sunspot cycle, ground conductivity along the transmission path, atmospheric and manmade noise, and others.
Other innovations with better claims to musical interest survived rehearing to acquire in time the status of classics.
* That ethnographic work was often ahistorical, writing about people as if they were " out of time " in an " ethnographic present " ( Johannes Fabian, Time and Its Other ).
Other forms of agate include Lake Superior agate, carnelian agate ( exhibiting reddish hues ), Botswana agate, blue lace agate, plume agates, moss agate, tube agate ( with visible flow channels or pinhole-sized ' tubes '), fortification agate ( which exhibit little or no banding structure ), fire agate ( which has internal flash or ' fire ', the result of a layer of clear agate over a layer of hydrothermally-deposited hematite ), Mexican crazy-lace agate, which often exhibits a brightly colored, complexly banded pattern ( also called Rodeo Agate and Rosetta Stone depending on who owned the mine at the time ).
His first major published work was in 1911, Cowboy Songs and Other Frontier Ballads, and was arguably the most prominent US folk music scholar of his time, notably during the beginnings of the folk music revival in the 1930s and early 1940s.
Other industries had developed by that time to replace it, including the production of mathematical instruments, shoes and cement.
Other opinions in the Talmud ascribe it to the period of before the First Temple, the time of the patriarch Jacob, or King Ahaserus.
Other American dynamite makers of that time period included the Hercules Corporation, Atlas, Trojan-US Powder, Austin, and several other smaller firms.
Other Japanese taiko include the " uchiwa-daiko " ( 団扇太鼓 、 fan taiko ), " hira-daiko " ( 平太鼓, flat taiko ), " minariisa-daiko " ( fun time drum ), " konisawa-daiko " ( tight / hard / tense drum ) and a host of percussion instruments used in Japan's traditional noh, gagaku, and kabuki ensembles.
Other states ( e. g., the United Kingdom ) only set maximum time in office, and the executive decides exactly when within that limit it will actually go to the polls.
Other regional variants of the Greek alphabet ( epichoric alphabets ), in dialects that still preserved the sound / h /, employed various glyph shapes for consonantal Heta side by side with the new vocalic Eta for some time.
Other external factors that play an important role in ecosystem functioning include time and potential biota.
Other astronomers of the period also made suggestions for obtaining uniform time, including A Danjon ( 1929 ), who suggested in effect that observed positions of the Moon, Sun and planets, when compared with their well-established gravitational ephemerides, could better and more uniformly define and determine time.
Other types look instead to the new performative context which epigram acquired at this time, even as it made the move from stone to papyrus: the Greek symposium.
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 instructors, such as Carmine Caruso, believed that the brass player's embouchure could best be developed through strength building exercises that focus the student's attention on his or her time perception.