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Other brothers later joined them for instruction with Oldenburg, the wigmaker, and also arithmetic was added to Bible reading, German, and Danish in the informal curriculum.
Other angels came to be conventionally depicted in long robes, and in the later Middle Ages they often wear the vestments of a deacon, a cope over a dalmatic, especially Gabriel in Annunciation scenes-for example The Annunciation by Jan van Eyck.
He later gathered many of his poems and republished them in Hymns to the Gods and Other Poems ( 1872 ).
Other well-known Berg compositions include the Lyric Suite ( 1926 ), which was later shown to employ elaborate cyphers to document a secret love affair ; the extraordinarily elaborate post-Mahlerian Three Pieces for Orchestra ( completed in 1915 but not performed until after Wozzeck ); and the Chamber Concerto ( Kammerkonzert, 1923 – 25 ) for violin, piano and 13 wind instruments: this latter is written so conscientiously that Pierre Boulez has called it " Berg's strictest composition " and it, too, is permeated by cyphers and posthumously disclosed hidden programs.
Other courts, for example, the Court of Customs and Patent Appeals and the Supreme Court, always sit en banc, and thus the later decision controls.
Other generally later canals took more direct routes requiring the use of various methods to deal with the change in level.
Other notable film comedians who appeared later in the decade were Richard Pryor, Steve Martin and Burt Reynolds.
Other early influential members included Christopher Hutt, author of Death of the English Pub, who succeeded Hardman as chairman, Frank Baillie, author of The Beer Drinker's Companion, and later the current Good Beer Guide editor, Roger Protz.
Other Canadian newspapers adopted similar changes later that decade, such as the Southam newspaper chain's conversion in September 1998.
Other introductions include the release on Antigua — possibly before 1916, although there are suggestions that this initial population may have died out by 1934 and been reintroduced at a later date — and Montserrat, which saw an introduction before 1879 that led to the establishment of a solid population, which was apparently sufficient to survive the Soufrière Hills volcano eruption in 1995.
Other cable cars to use grips were those of the Clay Street Hill Railroad, which later became part of the San Francisco cable car system.
Other key executives responsible for the company's meteoric growth in the late 80s and early 90s were Ross A. Cooley, another former IBM associate, who served for many years as SVP of GM North America ; Michael Swavely, who was the company's chief marketing officer in the early years, and eventually ran the North America organization, later passing along that responsibility to Mr. Cooley, when Swavely retired.
Other 386 PCs followed suit, and the AT ( later ISA ) bus remained a part of most systems even into the late 1990s.
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 ).
The Doctor was loomed in the House of Lungbarrow in the mountains of South Gallifrey, but unique among the house's cousins he has a belly button ( Lungbarrow suggests this is because he is a re-incarnation of The Other, but later BBC books featuring the Eighth Doctor suggest he actually has a Gallifreyan father and human mother as stated in the 1996 telemovie ).
Other large appliances appeared later in the same space.
Other later prominent grindcore groups of North America include Brujeria, Soilent Green, Cephalic Carnage, Impetigo, and Circle of Dead Children.
Then later, in 1902, Heart of Darkness was included in the book " Youth: a Narrative, and Two Other Stories " ( published November 13th 1902, by William Blackwood ).
Other religions such as Buddhism and Hinduism arrived later to the region.
Other Aramaean sites also demonstrate a contemporary absence of pig remains at that time, unlike earlier Canaanite and later Philistine excavations.
" Other egoists include James L. Walker, Sidney Parker, Dora Marsden, John Beverly Robinson, and Benjamin Tucker ( later in life ).
Other 15th century manuscripts, such as The Book of Fermoy also contain interesting materials, as do such later syncretic works such as Geoffrey Keating's Foras Feasa ar Éirinn ( The History of Ireland ) ( ca.
Other writers, e. g. Procopius, wrote works which are extant on the later history of the Goths.
Other material from Thomas of Elmham, Gervase of Canterbury, and William of Malmesbury, later medieval chroniclers, adds little to Bede's account of Justus ' life.

Other and Germanic
Other female deities such as the valkyries, the norns, and the dísir are associated with a Germanic concept of fate ( Old Norse Ørlög, Old English Wyrd ), and celebrations were held in their honor, such as the Dísablót and Disting.
Other founding horse-associated twin brothers are attested among various other Germanic peoples, and appear in other Indo-European cultures.
Other Germanic mysticist groups, such as the Germanische Glaubens-Gemeinschaft of Ludwig Fahrenkrog were disendorsed by the Nazi regime.
Other countries had ( or still have, unofficially ) customary units of their own, sometimes very similar in name and measure to U. S. customary units, since they often share the same Germanic or Roman origins.
Other Germanic languages still have similar words for " duck ", for example, Dutch eend " duck " and German Ente " duck ".
Other Iron Age attestations of the swastika can be associated with Indo-European cultures such as the Indo-Iranians, Celts, Greeks and Germanic peoples and Slavs.
Other giants, perhaps descended from earlier Germanic mythology, feature as frequent opponents of Dietrich von Bern in medieval German tales-in later portrayals Dietrich himself and his fellow heroes also became giants.
Other Germanic cognates include the Dutch Aarde, and German Erde, though these are not direct sources, but rather tangential linguistically.
Other Germanic idioms were spoken in Alamannia in green.
It had no ISO 639-2 code of its own, but was classified under the " Germanic ( Other )" collective language code " gem ".
Other Germanic language variants for " deutsch / deitsch / dutch " are: Dutch " Duits ", Yiddish " daytsh ", Danish " tysk ", Norwegian " tysk ", and Swedish " tyska ".
Other early examples of mutual surety and assurance pacts can be traced back to various forms of fellowship within the Saxon clans of England and their Germanic forbears, and to Celtic society.
Other scholars group all female spirits and deities associated with battle under the class of idis, dis, valkyrie and other names such as sigewif ( victory-women, associated by the Anglo-Saxons with a swarm of bees ) and find the commonalities both linguistically and in surviving myths and magic charms sufficient cause to group together all variations on this theme from various Germanic cultures.
Other less numerous Germanic peoples, including the Burgundians and the Visigoths, were active in the territory at that time ; the Germanic languages spoken by the Franks, Burgundians, and others were not written languages, and at this remove it is sometimes difficult to identify from which specific Germanic source a given Germanic word in French is derived.
Other Germanic words in Old French appeared as a result of Norman, i. e. Viking, settlements in Normandy during the 10th century.
Other Germanic languages have etymologically related names: Danish: Nøddekrige ; Dutch: Notenkraker ; Norwegian: Nøttekråke ; Swedish: Nötkråka.
Other sources say Mugwort is derived from the old Norse muggi, meaning " marsh ", and Germanic " wuertz ", meaning " root ", which refers to its use since ancient times to repel insects, especially moths.
Other more ordinary words were replaced by coinages from Vulgar Latin or Germanic sources because the classical words had fallen into disuse.
Other names were classified as Germanic and Iranian, which also suggests that the Hunnic language could have been Indo-European instead of Turkic.
Other Germanic peoples that settled briefly in the Balkans were the Gepids and Lombards.
Other scholars have identified Lipiţa as Celtic, Germanic or Slavic.

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