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Perhaps -- but extensive discussions with contemporary practitioners, family doctors and gynecologists indicate that this is still an area of enormous ignorance.
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Perhaps the most extensive use of split screen was in Hans Canosa's 2005 film Conversations with Other Women.
Professor Mary Miller of Yale, who conducted an extensive study of the murals, wrote " Perhaps no single artifact from the ancient New World offers as complex a view of Prehispanic society as do the Bonampak paintings.
Perhaps the first edition of the Bible in English that qualified as a " study Bible " was the Geneva Bible ; it contained extensive cross references, synopses and doctrinal points.
Perhaps the most famous of the Hellenistic-era warships, because of its extensive use by the Carthaginians and Romans, the quinquereme (;, pentērēs ) was invented by Dionysius I of Syracuse ( r. 405 – 367 BC ) in 399 BC as part of a major naval armament program directed against the Carthaginians.
Perhaps the most epidemic problem for the species is extensive logging and farming which has led to a loss of habitat for the largely tree-dependent bears.
Perhaps the most notable are the vertebrate paleontology collections, among the largest, most extensive, and most historically important fossil collections in the United States ( see Othniel Charles Marsh, R. S.
Perhaps the most important writer of Brazilian Realism is Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis ( 1839 – 1908 ), the natural son of a half black wallpainter and a Portuguese woman, whose only education, besides literacy classes, was the extensive reading of borrowed books.
Perhaps the best-known is Wharram Percy in North Yorkshire, where extensive archaeological excavations were conducted between 1948 and 1990.
Perhaps the most arresting of these posters were an extensive series in the seventies for the National Trust, using startlingly unconventional designs, photographs and photo-montages ; several of them won design awards.
Perhaps and discussions
Perhaps the most well known of these discussions on nuclear morality played out in the November 29, 1982 issue of Time Magazine, entitled " God and the Bomb ", which featured Bernardin on its cover.
Perhaps one of the most important discussions in the past century among scholars of early Christianity is to what extent it is still appropriate to speak of " orthodoxy " and " heresy ".
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Perhaps it is only an analogy, but one of the most obvious differences between cheap fiction and fiction of an enduring quality is the development of a theme or story with leisure and anticipation.
Perhaps Mrs. Meynell would do me the undeserved kindness to keep my own copy of the first edition of my first book, with all its mementos of her and the dear ones.
Perhaps his most important private activity was the combination of reading, discussion with a few -- if we can trust his writings to Diodati and the younger Gill, very few -- congenial companions.
Perhaps it was just that he had so much more flesh, so that more of it seemed to come in contact with hers ; ;
Perhaps the most important incentive for them will be clear evidence that where other countries have done this kind of home work we have responded with long-term commitments.
Perhaps the outstanding standard bearer of Mr. Brown's tradition for accuracy was Mr. Oscar J. Beale, whose mechanical genius closely paralleled that of Mr. Brown, and whose particular forte was the development of the exceedingly accurate measuring machinery that enabled Brown & Sharpe to manufacture gages, and therefore its products, with an accuracy exceeding anything then available elsewhere in the world.
Perhaps a clue to these and related problems lies in the fact that changes in the intensity of hypothalamic discharges which are associated with changes in its balance lead also to qualitative alterations in reactivity.
Perhaps one way to sharpen our sense of the modernity of Utopian communism is to contrast it with the principal earlier types of communistic theory.
Perhaps they are mourning a recent death and want comfort, to feel in touch with the deceased, or seek indications for future plans.
Perhaps the most unusual thing about the privately operated buses is the fact that they are all highly decorated and personalized, with decaling and home made interior designs that range from comic book scenes, to erotic themes, and even to " Hello Kitty " themes.
Perhaps to show that he was " living in obedience to the law ", Paul took a biblical vow along with some others ().
Perhaps every person involved should be judged separately on his or her own merits, and each costume or line is its own work of art ( with perhaps the director having the job of unifying them all ).
The project involved 3, 400 workers, mostly immigrants from Europe, along with hundreds of Mohawk iron workers, many from the Kahnawake reserve near Montreal. Perhaps the most famous popular culture representation of the building is in the 1933 film King Kong, in which the title character, a giant ape, climbs to the top to escape his captors but falls to his death after being attacked by airplanes.
Perhaps AMOS BASIC's biggest disadvantage, stemming from it Atari ST lineage, was its incompatibility with the Amiga's operating system functions and interfaces.
Perhaps the most important aspect of Army 2020 is that the Territorial Army will become " fully integrated " with the Regular Army and " better prepared " for overseas deployments and operations.
Perhaps his greatest achievement with the novels is the magisterial A tour thro ' the whole island of Great Britain ( 1724 – 27 ), which provided a panoramic survey of British trade on the eve of the Industrial Revolution.
Perhaps to militate against concerns that the pips on the faces of certain styles of dice cause a small bias, casinos use dice with flush markings.
The song " Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps " was included in the soundtrack of the Australian film Strictly Ballroom, and became a theme song for the British TV show, Coupling, with Mari Wilson performing it for the title sequence.
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Writing in 1944, the liberal Austrian economist Friedrich Hayek said of the change in political attitudes that had occurred since the Great War: " Perhaps nothing shows this change more clearly than that, while there is no lack of sympathetic treatment of Bismarck in contemporary English literature, the name of Gladstone is rarely mentioned by the younger generation without a sneer over his Victorian morality and naive utopianism ".
Perhaps one of the novel's greatest strengths is that it contains hundreds of references to the popular and educated culture of the time and thus gives a better idea than most contemporary novels of what it was like to live in England then — almost a miniature education in Victorian life.
Perhaps the most significant and lasting influence, however, was the growth of an emerging strand within evangelical Christianity that appealed to the contemporary youth culture.
Perhaps inspired by the contemporary Turkish War of Independence ( 1919-1921 ), similarly, the Great Revolt for Syrian Independence began in the countryside of Jabal al-Druze, led by Sultan al-Atrash, as a Druze uprising ; the movement was adopted by a group of Syrian nationalists led by Dr Abd al-Rahman Shahbandar and spread to the States of Aleppo, Damascus.
Perhaps the most striking to contemporary minds is the transi, or cadaver tomb, a tomb that depicts the decayed corpse of the deceased.
Perhaps the most famous contemporary Northsiders are the members of the rock group U2, which formed at Mount Temple Comprehensive School.
Perhaps in a reaction to the demands of contemporary life, there have been developments in sport that are best described as post-modern, extreme ironing being a notable example.
Perhaps the most prominent example of this mode in contemporary literature is Jay McInerney's Bright Lights, Big City.
Perhaps the best synthesis of tradition and contemporary is found in the musical marriage of Tribe II Entertainment, a rap duo from Arizona, Mistic, Rollin, Lil ' Spade and Shade are truly right now, the only Native American rappers who can rap entirely in their native tongue.
Perhaps because of its unique style, Clutch Cargo has been referred to and parodied many times in contemporary pop culture.
Perhaps suggesting contemporary interest in the topic, an original poster for the American release of the British version ( renamed Transatlantic Tunnel ) was, in 2006, estimated for auction at $ 2, 000 – 3, 000.
For a minor kinglet briefly in control of the Nile Delta, this is an unexpectedly prominent ranking: " He was a surprising choice ," Robin Lane Fox observes, " Perhaps some Greeks, unknown to us, had had close dealings with him ; from his reign we have scarab-seals bearing his Egyptian name, one of which found its way into a contemporary Greek grave on Ischia up near the Bay of Naples.