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Other remnants of early human habitation found in Vouliagmeni include Neolithic and Bronze Age building foundations, and a 5th century BC outpost.
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Other well-known supernova remnants include the Crab Nebula, Tycho, the remnant of SN 1572, named after Tycho Brahe who recorded the brightness of its original explosion, and Kepler, the remnant of SN 1604, named after Johannes Kepler.
Other relics are remnants of the wood from Serra's coffin on display next to the sanctuary, and personal items belonging to Serra on display in the mission museums.
Other remnants are the Black, Caspian, and Aral Seas ( via a former inland branch known as the Paratethys ).
Other remnants of the original canals can still be seen in various locations throughout the city, many of which are hidden within forested areas designated as city parks.
Other states, including Michigan, Iowa, Minnesota, Louisiana and Wisconsin experienced light rainfall from the remnants of the storm.
Other Wehrmacht units in the country suffered severe losses: remnants of the Sixth Army retreating west of the Prut River were cut off and destroyed by the Red Army, which was now advancing at an even greater speed, while Romanian units attacked German garrisons at the Ploieşti oilfields, forcing them to retreat to Hungary.
Other groups that participated in the establishment of the Front were the remnants of the Viet Cong, the Vietnamese General Confederation of Labour, Vietnamese Pioneer Young Union and the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union ( aka the Hồ Chí Minh Youth ).
Other remnants of construction can be seen from the Staten Island Expressway between the Clove Road and Bradley Avenue exits, which are referred to as the abandoned bridges.
Other countries with remnants of ancient Jewish communities with official recognition, such as Lebanon, have 1, 000 or fewer Jews.
Other teams resurfaced with new names in the Indoor Professional Football League ( which consisted of the remnants of the PIFL that Ecklund left in 1999 ) and the National Indoor Football League.
Other remnants of Mount Tehama include Mount Conard, Pilot Pinnacle, Mount Diller, and Diamond Peak.
Other typical sights include irrigation systems, windmills serving as water well pumps to get water from the Great Artesian Basin, light planes crop-dusting, rusty old woolsheds and other scattered remnants from a bygone era of early exploration and settlement.
Other remnants of the Wendat and Petun peoples formed the Wyandot and migrated south, to present-day Michigan, and later to Indian Territory in Kansas and Oklahoma.
Other inactive and relict remnants of the ice sheet are also found beneath rocks around Deboullie Lake in northern Maine.
Other sources report the forced deportation of Jews and Christians occurring in 634 AD, with the last remnants of these two monotheistic religions being removed from the Arabian peninsula by the year 650.
Other remnants of Roman material culture such as tombs, monuments, sculptures, ceramics, and coins have been found villages and towns surrounding Belgrade.
Other historical landmarks, such as the town hall and Khmelnytsky's palace, did not survive either and today there are only remnants of the fortifications.
Other exhibits include remnants of an ancient Christian church, of the basilica type, with an active cult lasting from the 5th to the 8th century.
She is later present at the Statue remnants when Other Ilana arrives with her people and proves the resurrected Locke to be an impostor by revealing the body of the real John Locke.
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Other early Christian writers wrote about Atlantis, though they had mixed views on whether it once existed or was an untrustworthy myth of pagan origin.
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.
In the early 1990s, the five geographical Regions were replaced by a Sector organisation, where passenger services were organised into Inter City, Network SouthEast and Other Provincial Services sectors.
Other areas damaged during World War II bombing included: in September 1940 two unexploded bombs hit the Edward VII galleries, the King's Library received a direct hit from a high explosive bomb, incendiaries fell on the dome of the Round Reading Room but did little damage ; on the night of 10 to 11 May 1941 several incendiaries fell on the south west corner of the Museum, destroying the book stack and 150, 000 books in the courtyard and the galleries around the top of the Great Staircase – this damage was not fully repaired until the early 1960s.
Other claimants included the United States, whose American Guano Mining Company claimed it under the Guano Islands Act of 1856 ; Mexico also claimed Clipperton due to activities undertaken there as early as 1848 – 1849.
Other early chemists involved in catalysis were Alexander Mitscherlich who referred to contact processes and Johann Wolfgang Döbereiner who spoke of contact action and whose lighter based on hydrogen and a platinum sponge became a huge commercial success in the 1820s.
Other historicists have seen no significance in the date that Revelation was written, and have even held to an early date while Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr., makes an exegetical and historical argument for the pre-AD 70 composition of Revelation.
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 regions of the world, including India and China, also have early evidence of water clocks, but the earliest dates are less certain.
Other commercial machines that used writable microcode include early Xerox workstations, the DEC VAX 8800 (" Nautilus ") family, and the Symbolics L-and G-machines.
Other historians claim instead that the Carolingian byrnie was nothing more than a coat of mail, but longer and perhaps heavier than traditional early medieval mail.
Other early finds of crossbows were discovered in Tomb 138 at Saobatang, Hunan dated to mid 4th century BC.
Other early forms include " chipmuck " and " chipminck ," and in the 1830s they were also referred to as " chip squirrels ," probably in reference to the sound they make.
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 notable early disco hits include The Jackson 5 ’ s " Dancing Machine " ( 1974 ), Barry White ’ s " You're the First, the Last, My Everything " ( 1974 ), LaBelle ’ s " Lady Marmalade " ( 1975 ) and Silver Convention ’ s " Fly Robin Fly " ( 1975 ).
Other early courses were also of this type, using anything from lamp poles to fire hydrants as targets.
Other early ethologists, such as Oskar Heinroth and Julian Huxley, instead concentrated on behaviours that can be called instinctive, or natural, in that they occur in all members of a species under specified circumstances.
Other eukaryotic organelles may have also evolved through endosymbiosis ; it has been proposed that cilia, flagella, centrioles, and microtubules may have originated from a symbiosis between a Spirochaete bacterium and an early eukaryotic cell, but this is not widely accepted among biologists.
Biblical scholars are in general agreement that it was written by St. Paul to the church of Philippi, an early center of Christianity in Greece around 62 A. D. Other scholars argue for an earlier date, c. 50-60 A. D.
Other early synthesizers included Thaddeus Cahill's Dynamophone or Telharmononium ( before 1907 ), Jorg Mager's Spherophone ( 1924 ) and Partiturophone, the Theremin ( 1927 ), which was marketed by RCA, Taubmann's similar Electronde ( 1933 ), the Ondes Martenot ( 1928 ), Trautwein's Trautonium ( 1930 ).