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Particularly prominent products of the scene were The Grateful Dead ( who had effectively become the house band of the Acid Tests ), Country Joe and the Fish, The Great Society, Big Brother and the Holding Company, The Charlatans, Moby Grape, Quicksilver Messenger Service and Jefferson Airplane.
Particularly associated with ports and railways in Scotland and northern England, Meik fathered two prominent engineering sons: Patrick Meik and Charles Meik.
Particularly prominent are Nanshan ( or South Mountain, his family seat ) and Lumen Shan, a temple site, where he briefly lived in retreat.
Particularly notable examples included Freeth's Coffee House, one of the most celebrated meeting places of Georgian England ; Ketley's Building Society, the world's first building society, founded at the Golden Cross in Snow Hill in 1775 ; the Birmingham Book Club, whose radical politics saw it nicknamed the " Jacobin Club ", and which alongside other debating societies such as the Birmingham Free Debating Society and the Amicable Debating Society played a prominent role in the growing expression of popular political consciousness within the town ; and the more conservative Birmingham Bean Club, a dining club uniting leading loyalist figures in the town with prominent landowners from the surrounding counties, which played a prominent role in the emergence of a distinct " Birmingham interest " in regional politics from 1774.
Particularly notable is the prominent structural role of the precuneus, a region that is homologous to the highly connected posteromedial cortex in the macaque.
Particularly applies to those who claim to be shaman, healers, or other prominent respected positions in Indian culture.
Particularly prominent motives include the marine eagle, the Saimaa seal and the bear.

Particularly and regard
" Particularly in cases where the crystallography required removing channels from their membranes with detergent, many researchers regard images that have been obtained as tentative.
Particularly with regard to wind design, today's standards are better than the ones that previously existed, and today's RCID buildings are built to withstand winds.
Particularly relevant in light of future events were the findings with regard to fire prevention, detection, and suppression systems.
Particularly significant in this regard was a Welsh missionary, Thomas Jones, who transcribed the Khasi language into Roman Script.

Particularly and were
Particularly was this true when the norms previously applied were no longer satisfactory to many, when customs were rapidly changing as the forces of the new productivity were harnessed.
Particularly since hardliners among the monarchs were the main adversaries, demands for freedom of the press and other liberal rights were most often uttered in connection with the demand for a united Germany, even though many revolutionaries-to-be had different opinions whether a republic or a constitutional monarchy would be the best solution for Germany.
Particularly influential in the development of distributist theory were Catholic authors G. K. Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc, two of distributism's earliest and strongest proponents.
Particularly influential were his Hymns Against Heresies.
Particularly striking examples of such unfair judgements were produced by noted Bach biographers Philipp Spitta and Albert Schweitzer, who criticized Telemann's cantatas and then praised works they thought were composed by Bach — but which were, in fact, composed by Telemann, as was shown by later research.
Particularly abusive were the St. Louis Cardinals during the 1934 World Series.
Particularly important was the work of Paul Ehrlich, who proposed the side-chain theory to explain the specificity of the antigen-antibody reaction ; his contributions to the understanding of humoral immunity were recognized by the award of a Nobel Prize in 1908, which was jointly awarded to the founder of cellular immunology, Elie Metchnikoff.
Particularly significant in this development were the three Welsh Arthurian romances, which are closely similar to those of Chrétien, albeit with some significant differences: Owain, or the Lady of the Fountain is related to Chrétien's Yvain ; Geraint and Enid, to Erec and Enide ; and Peredur son of Efrawg, to Perceval.
Particularly impressive were the Heinkel and Dornier, which fulfilled the Luftwaffes requirements for bombers that were faster than fighters.
Particularly significant in this respect were two groups of critics and writers who were associated with Vanderbilt University in the early twentieth century: the Fugitives and the Agrarians.
Particularly significant influences were jazz, blues, gospel, country, and folk.
Particularly after the European Enlightenment, some works, such as Paradise Lost, were taken up by Romantics and described as presenting the biblical Satan as an allegory representing a crisis of faith, individualism, free will, wisdom and enlightenment.
Particularly hardest hit by economic problems were the north of England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales ; unemployment reached 70 % in some areas at the start of the 1930s ( with more than 3 million out of work nationally ) and many families depended entirely on payments from local government known as the dole.
Particularly strong in this tradition were figurative sculpture in terracotta ( particularly life-size on sarcophagi or temples ) and cast bronze, wall-painting and metalworking ( especially engraved bronze mirrors ).
Particularly because Tara's death came at a point where Willow and Tara had reconciled and were shown following an apparent sexual encounter, the writers were criticized for representing the consequences of lesbian sex as punishable by death.
Particularly " loud " components, such as the preamps for the radio dipole, were mounted outside the structure entirely, and the box acted as a Faraday cage.

Particularly and actions
Particularly in Finland, the issue emerges in frequent exposés of Finnish history, and in motives for governmental proposals and actions as reported in Finnish news broadcasts in English or other foreign languages.

Particularly and specialist
Particularly in Britain and the United States, this grew into specialist hobbies such as the study of birds, butterflies, seashells ( malacology / conchology ), beetles and wild flowers.

Particularly and unit
Particularly when interest rates are high, a conversion sponsor may find unit buyers more easily under the cooperative arrangement as buyers will have less financing to arrange on their own ; the apparent purchase price of a unit in a cooperative building holding an underlying mortgage is lower than a condo purchase.

Particularly and Group
Particularly, in 2002 / 2003 when their U18's took out the Group 11 competition with relative ease.

Particularly and .
Particularly when based upon a single dominant party, governments may respond to such a situation by claiming a monopoly of understanding about the national interest.
Particularly hard for the therapist to grasp are those instances in which the patient is manifesting an introject traceable to something in the therapist, some aspect of the therapist of which the latter is himself only poorly aware, and the recognition of which, as a part of himself, he finds distinctly unwelcome.
Particularly was this true as laissez-faire capitalism became the dominant credo of Western society.
Particularly famous for its apple crop, the valley hosts in excess of 1, 000 farms of various types, the majority being relatively small family-owned operations.
Particularly important is the ability to sequester iron, which is the function of iron-binding proteins such as transferrin and ferritin.
Particularly of interest to Pascal was a work of Desargues on conic sections.
Particularly famous is the Pratt Mantle, relatively easy but a classic mantle ; the Pratt Overhang, a classic off-width, an adjacent John Gill face problem, and the forty foot Monkee Traverse.
Particularly in team competition there can be a large number of bowls on the green towards the conclusion of the end, and this gives rise to complex tactics.
Particularly renowned are the architectural works of Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domènech i Montaner, which have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Particularly with some lower-priced embossers, it is sometimes necessary to mount the embosser on its own table, as otherwise the vibrations can damage the computer by eventually causing microchips and other components to come loose from the circuit boards.
Particularly in the 1970s and 1980s, there was a significant push to understand the relationships between these climatic parameters and properties of ecosystem energetics because such discoveries would enable the prediction of rates of energy capture and transfer among components within ecosystems.
Particularly unpopular was the banning of processions and the sending out of commissioners to enforce the new requirements.
Particularly important in IT companies or companies that rely heavily on an IT infrastructure for their operations.
Particularly influential for many who utilize the term, Cultural imperialism, is his philosophical interpretation of power and his concept of governmentality.
Particularly after his fastball slowed, Young relied upon his control.
Particularly in Europe, the vast majority of clubs do not offer caddies, and amateur players will commonly carry their own bags.
Particularly in the United States, coming tougher emissions regulations present a considerable challenge to diesel engine manufacturers.
Particularly heated is the debate over the beliefs of Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and George Washington.
Particularly well known species include the frog Oxyglossus pusillus ( Owen ) of the Eocene of India and the toothed frog Indobatrachus, an early lineage of modern frogs, which is now placed in the Australian family Myobatrachidae.
Particularly problematic are the attempts to give neat introductions to deconstruction by people trained in literary criticism who sometimes have little or no expertise in the relevant areas of philosophy that Derrida is working in relation to.

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