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Other traditions point to a variety of locations as Robin's " true " home both inside Yorkshire and elsewhere, with the abundance of places named for Robin causing further confusion.
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Other notational traditions do exist ; Italian solo music is typically written at the sounding pitch, and the " old " German method sounded an octave below where notation except in the treble clef, where the music was written at pitch.
Other associated words possess similar meanings including: khabar ( news, information ) often refers to reports about Muhammad, but sometimes refers to traditions about his companions and their successors from the following generation ; conversely, athar ( trace, vestige ) usually refers to traditions about the companions and successors, though sometimes connotes traditions about Muhammad.
Other scholars suggested the shramana traditions were separate and contemporaneous with Indo-Aryan religious practices of the historical Vedic religion.
" Other than incorporating the symbols and doctrine of dominant religious traditions, Manichaeism also incorporated the symbols and deities of indigenous traditions, in particular the Hindu deity Ganesha into its fold, demonstrated by the image available in the article, Manichaean art and calligraphy by Hans-Joachim Klimkeit.
Other elements of the U. S. New Left were anarchist and looked to libertarian socialist traditions of American radicalism, the Industrial Workers of the World and union militancy.
Other similar traditions that use the black-face disguise and are still celebrated within the United Kingdom are the
Other Christians have held that there can be truth value and salvific value in other faith traditions.
Other oral traditions from the same time period not entered into the Mishnah were recorded as " Baraitot " ( external teaching ), and the Tosefta.
Other subjects gained in independence and prestige, and questions were raised about the place in institutions that were increasingly understood to be devoted to independent reason of a discipline that seemed to involve commitment to the authority of particular religious traditions.
Other traditions are represented, such as Chinese acrobatics schools, and traditional circus families that are often Latin American or European.
Other, non-literary traditions guided the vase-painters, and a localized, chthonic presence of Medea was propitiated with unrecorded emotional overtones at Corinth, at the sanctuary devoted to her slain children, or locally venerated elsewhere as a foundress of cities.
( Other traditions for scoring award more points for guessing the correct definition than you get for picking your own.
Other than English, other language influences are based on oral traditions such as African griots, " talk over " of Jamaica and the blues.
Other traditions are often regional, such as the huge Easter Fires or celebrating the feast of Sint Maarten on the evening of November 11 when children go door to door with paper lanterns and candles, and sing songs in return for a treat.
Other chant traditions, such as the Ambrosian or Visigothic, may lack some of the types listed, and may have other types not listed.
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Other technical features reveal a shaft driven behind the mask at the desired facial point, driven by a DC motor with a simple pulley and a slide screw.
Other historical accounts from 1711, 1825 and 1839, however, point out that the island had a low grassy or suffrutescent ( partially woody ) flora during those periods ( Sachet, 1962 ).
Other things associated with fire and yellow bile in ancient and medieval medicine included the season of summer, since it increased the qualities of heat and aridity ; the choleric temperament ( of a person dominated by the yellow bile humour ); the masculine ; and the eastern point of the compass.
Other things associated with air and blood in ancient and medieval medicine included the season of spring, since it increased the qualities of heat and moisture ; the sanguine temperament ( of a person dominated by the blood humour ); hermaphrodite ( combining the masculine quality of heat with the feminine quality of moisture ); and the northern point of the compass.
Other things associated with water and phlegm in ancient and medieval medicine included the season of Winter, since it increased the qualities of cold and moisture ; the phlegmatic temperament, the feminine, the brain and the western point of the compass.
Other things associated with earth and black bile in ancient and medieval medicine included the season of fall, since it increased the qualities of cold and aridity ; the melancholic temperament ( of a person dominated by the black bile humour ); the feminine ; and the southern point of the compass.
Other factors include allergenicity, speed of drying, resistance to chemicals, moths, and mildew, melting point and flammability, retention of static electricity, and the propensity to accept dyes.
" Other critics of the FAO data point out that they do not distinguish between forest types, and that they are based largely on reporting from forestry departments of individual countries, which do not take into account unofficial activities like illegal logging.
Other attributes also set each map apart, for example, restrictions on the placement of initial settlements, whether tiles are distributed randomly, the number of victory points needed to win, and special victory point awards, usually for building on islands across the sea.
Other false disproofs violate the assumptions of the theorem in unexpected ways, such as using a region that consists of multiple disconnected parts, or disallowing regions of the same color from touching at a point.
Other historians doubt the authenticity of this document and point out that the claims in it were patently false — there were in fact thousands of living Vendean prisoners, the revolt had been far from crushed, and the Convention had explicitly decreed that women, children and unarmed men were to be treated humanely.
Other unique themes are things like “ Garfield ’ s Believe it or Don ’ t ,” “ Garfield ’ s Law ", “ Garfield ’ s History of Dogs, and “ Garfield ’ s History of Cats ,” which show science, history and the world from Garfield ’ s point of view.
Other factors include allergenicity ; speed of drying ; resistance to chemicals, moths, and mildew ; melting point and flammability ; retention of static electricity ; and the propensity to become stained and to accept dyes.
Other than the images at Dura of the two ‘ magi ’ with scrolls, there is no direct and explicit evidence for the carriers of such doctrines .... Up to a point, Cumont ’ s Iranian paradigm, especially in Turcan ’ s modified form, is certainly plausible.
Other techniques include manipulating statistical series to support the given point of view, and deliberately mis-translating texts ( into other languages )... etc.
Other notable playwrights whom Esslin groups under the term, for example Arthur Adamov and Fernando Arrabal, were at some point members of the Surrealist group.
Other fixed points were used in the past are the body temperature ( of a healthy adult male ) which was originally used by Fahrenheit as his upper fixed point ( to be a number divisible by 12 ) and the lowest temperature given by a mixture of salt and ice, which was originally the definition of.
) Other theories by occultists point out how the mysterious rise to tarot coincides with the spread of the Holy inquisition in the 12th century, and the formation of Kabbalah, theorizing that the esoteric symbolism of the cards are remainders of pagan Europe disguised as playing cards in order to escape persecution.
Other parties continued to express hope that the United States would re-engage in the process at some point and worked to achieve ratification of the Kyoto Protocol by the requisite number of countries to bring it into force ( 55 countries needed to ratify it, including those accounting for 55 % of developed-country emissions of carbon dioxide in 1990 ).
Other physical vectors, such as the electric and magnetic field, are represented as a system of vectors at each point of a physical space ; that is, a vector field.
Other critics of Kellermann's work and its use by advocates of gun control point out that since it deliberately ignores crimes of violence occurring outside the home ( Kellermann states at the outset that the characteristics of such homicides are much more complex and ambiguous, and would be virtually impossible to classify rigorously enough ), it is more directly a study of domestic violence than of gun ownership.