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Other well-known rabbis who are reincarnationists include Rabbi Yonassan Gershom, Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, Talmud scholar Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, Rabbi DovBer Pinson, Rabbi David M. Wexelman, Rabbi Zalman Schachter, and many others.
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 well-known areas are: Chironico ( Switzerland ), Stanage ( UK ), Hueco Tanks ( Texas ), Val Masino and Val di Mello ( Italy ), Castle Hill ( New Zealand ), Bishop ( California ), Joe's Valley ( Utah ), Yosemite ( California ), Rocktown ( Georgia ), Rocklands ( South Africa ), Cocalzinho de Goiás ( Brazil ), Kjugekull ( Sweden ), Hampi ( India ) Horse Pens 40 ( Alabama ) and Horseshoe Canyon Ranch ( Arkansas ) amongst others.
Other well-known large software companies include Novell, SAP, Symantec, Adobe Systems, and Corel, while small companies often provide innovation.
Other well-known examples of early epistolary novels are closely related to the tradition of letter-books and miscellanies of letters.
Other well-known children of Heracles include Telephus, king of Mysia ( by Auge ), and Tlepolemus, one of the Greek commanders in the Trojan War ( by Astyoche ).
Other well-known LC examples are solutions of soap and various related detergents, as well as the tobacco mosaic virus.
Other well-known members of Malvales in the APG II sense are daphnes, hibiscus, hollyhocks, okra, baobab trees, cotton, and kapok.
Other well-known polymerases include:
Other well-known uses for the element are in matches, insecticides and fungicides.
Other well-known planes from World War II were the Seafire ( a naval version of the Spitfire ).
Other well-known members include Ulothrix and Acetabularia.
Other well-known Australian Shiraz wines include, the Henschke " Hill of Grace " and the Penfolds " RWT ".
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 well-known Munros include:
Other well-known models are those of Walfisch-Ikegami, W. C. Y.
Other well-known tributaries include the Pecos and the smaller Devils, which join the Rio Grande on the site of Amistad Dam.
Other well-known classical ballet styles include the Paris Opera Ballet School Method, Russian Method, Italian Method, Danish Method, Balanchine method, Cecchetti method, and Royal Academy of Dance and Royal Ballet School Methods.
Other well-known pieces include Miss Melanie, Like Old Times, The Watermill ( 1958 ) for oboe and strings, and his Concerto for Alto Saxophone in E-flat major ( 1956 ).
Other well-known designs were Continental Airlines ( 1968 ), Dixie ( 1969 ), and United Way ( 1972 ).
Other logos that are recognized globally: the Nike " Swoosh " and the Adidas " Three stripes " are two well-known brands that are defined by their corporate logo.
Other well-known Australian performers who also got their start as a contestant on the show include Asher Keddie, Alyce Platt, John Foreman, Maria Mercedes, Sylvie Paladino, Marty Fields and Michael Cormick.
Other well-known ranks are life, domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, genus, and species, with family fitting between order and genus.
Other well-known contemporary Serb filmmakers are Srđan Dragojević and Zdravko Šotra.

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Other works by Telford include the St Katharine Docks ( 1824 – 1828 ) close to Tower Bridge in central London, where he worked with the architect Philip Hardwick, the Gloucester and Berkeley Ship Canal ( today known as the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal ), Over Bridge near Gloucester, the second Harecastle Tunnel on the Trent and Mersey Canal ( 1827 ), and the Birmingham and Liverpool Junction Canal ( today part of the Shropshire Union Canal ) — started in May 1826 but finished, after Telford's death, in January 1835.
Other pupils or assistants include Raffaellino del Colle, Andrea Sabbatini, Bartolommeo Ramenghi, Pellegrino Aretusi, Vincenzo Tamagni, Battista Dossi, Tommaso Vincidor, Timoteo Viti ( the Urbino painter ), and the sculptor and architect Lorenzetto ( Giulio's brother-in-law ).
She is the author of several books, including Life and Other Punctures, an account of bicycling in France and Holland on an early Moulton bicycle ; and Cedric Price Retriever, an inventory of the contents of the bookshelves of her partner, the architect Cedric Price.
Other industrial encroachments and lack of public access led to a conservation movement in the U. S. known as Free Niagara, led by such notables as Hudson River school artist Frederic Edwin Church, landscape designer Frederick Law Olmsted, and architect Henry Hobson Richardson.
Other members included theorist Raoul Vaneigem, the Dutch painter Constant Nieuwenhuys, the Italo-Scottish writer Alexander Trocchi, the English artist Ralph Rumney ( sole member of the London Psychogeographical Association, Rumney suffered expulsion relatively soon after the formation ), the Danish artist Asger Jorn ( who after parting with the SI also founded the Scandinavian Institute of Comparative Vandalism ), the architect and veteran of the Hungarian Uprising Attila Kotanyi, and the French writer Michele Bernstein.
Other landmarks of the city include Palazzo del Principe, the Old Harbour ( Porto Antico ), transformed into a mall by architect Renzo Piano, and the famous cemetery of Staglieno, renowned for its monuments and statues.
Other notable residents of Clapham Common were Palace of Westminster architect Sir Charles Barry, Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg and 20th century novelist Graham Greene.
Other radical ideas were those of the GLC division architect Robert Rigg, including one taken from housing complexes in Sweden, where it was believed that lakes and canals helped to lower levels of crime and vandalism, mainly among the young.
Other significant houses in the village include Keys Hill House, built to the east of Norwich Road around 1890 by an important Norwich architect, Edward Boardman, as a substantial country house in Jacobean style.
Other redevelopment in the area, at Great Michael Rise and on Laverockbank Crescent, was the work of the eminent Scottish modern architect Sir Basil Spence.
Other notable figures include Human Rights Lawyer Shirin Ebadi who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2003, pioneering architect Heydar Ghiai, prominent philosopher Hossein Nasr and reformist cleric Mehdi Karroubi.
Other noteworthy monuments in the square are the Fountain by Giovanni Carrara, an architect from Bergamo ( 1542 ); the Columns bearing the Venetian Lion and the Statue of Justice ( 1614 ), the statues of Hercules and Cacus and the Statue of Peace ( 1819 ) which was donated to Udine by Emperor Francis I to commemorate the peace Treaty of Campoformido.
Other important places are the educational institutions such as Sri Sathya Sai University, Sri Sathya Sai Super Speciality Hospital designed by the English architect Dr. Keith Critchlow, Chaitanya Jyothi Museum, Sri Sathya Sai Mirpuri Music College, Sri Sathya Sai Space Theatre, and Sri Sathya Sai Hill View Stadium.
Other notable New Orleanians here include Bernard de Marigny, the French-Creole playboy who brought the game of craps to the United States ; Barthelemy Lafon, the architect and surveyor who allegedly became one of Jean Lafitte's pirates ; and Paul Morphy, one of the earliest world champions of chess.
Other additions to the west were added in 1924 and 1928, and the Seventh Avenue building in 1931, all designed by architect Robert D. Kohn, the newer buildings becoming increasingly Art Deco in style. In 2012, Macy ’ s began the first full renovation of the iconic Herald Square flagship store at a reported cost of $ 400 million.
Other architects who employed Richardson Romanesque elements in their designs include Spier and Rohns and George D. Mason, both firms from Detroit, Edward J. Lennox, a Toronto based architect who derived many of his designs from the Richardson Style, and John Wellborn Root.
Other local landmarks include Severndroog Castle, a folly designed by the architect Richard Jupp in 1784 and built to commemorate Commodore Sir William James, who on 2 April 1755 attacked and destroyed a pirate fortress at Suvarnadurg along the western coast of India.
Other notable buildings of the College include the Ibberson Building built in 1914 ( named after its architect, Herbert George Ibberson ) which is considered by many-including Nikolaus Pevsner in his Buildings of England-to be the College's most significant building ; a fact mirrored by its Grade Two listed status, the only listed building on the site.
Other examples include Russborough, designed by Richard Cassels, an architect of German origin, who also designed the Palladian Rotunda Hospital in Dublin, and Florence Court, County Fermanagh.
Other works include the accommodations of the Pontifical Palace ( 1660 ) and the construction of the Collegiate Church of St. Thomas of Villanova ( 1658 – 1661 ) by architect Gian Lorenzo Bernini and the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria Assunta in nearby Ariccia Chigi.
Other interior details show the influence of Scottish designer and architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh ( 1868 – 1928 ).
Other notable sights include Schudrovskaya Palatka ( 17th century ), the first brick civil building in Ivanovo, the Svyato-Vvedensky Monastery ( architect P. Begen ), the wooden Uspenskaya church, the mansion of A. Duringer ( 1910 ), and others.
Other initial club members included Bank of America founder A. P. Giannini, architect Bernard Maybeck, U. S. President Herbert Hoover, Bechtel Corporation founder W. A. Bechtel, members of the Haas family who headed Levi Strauss, Inc., U. S. Senator James Phelan, San Francisco Mayor and California Governor James " Sunny Jim " Rolph, Matson Navigation founder William P. Roth, Stanford University president and U. S. Secretary of the Interior Ray Lyman Wilbur, M. D., Bank of California / Union Bank founder William Chapman Ralston, Crown Zellerbach founder J. C. Zellerbach, department store founder Joseph Magnin, California Governor J. N. Gillette, Italian Swiss Colony winery founder Carlo Rossi, and Isaias Hellman, prominent West Coast financier and first president of Wells Fargo Bank.
Other travelers known to have visited Pergamon during the late 18th and early 19th centuries were, for example, the French diplomat and classical scholar Comte de Choiseul-Gouffier, the English architect Charles Robert Cockerell and two Germans, the archaeologist Otto Magnus von Stackelberg and the classical scholar Otto Friedrich von Richter.

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