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Similarly in Illinois there is Lincoln country to be seen -- his tomb and other landmarks.
Similarly, coral, petrified wood and other organic remains or porous rocks can also become agatized.
Similarly, the language spread to numerous other parts of the world as a result of British trade and colonization elsewhere and the spread of the former British Empire, which, by 1921, held sway over a population of 470 – 570 million people, approximately a quarter of the world's population at that time.
Similarly, some dishes that are typically considered American have their origins in other countries.
Similarly the National Atlas page showing federal lands in Nevada does not distinguish between the Groom block and other parts of the Nellis range.
Similarly, arbitrage affects the difference in interest rates paid on government bonds issued by the various countries, given the expected depreciations in the currencies relative to each other ( see interest rate parity ).
Similarly, bullets and other foreign bodies may become sources of infection if left in place.
Similarly to other " bounded error " probabilistic classes the choice of 1 / 3 in the definition is arbitrary.
Similarly powerful Mercia kings such as Offa are missed out of the West Saxon Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, which sought to demonstrate the legitimacy of their kings to rule over other Anglo-Saxon peoples.
Similarly, they should not act as directors of competing companies, as their duties to each company would then conflict with each other.
Similarly, in the Roman Catholic Church in Poland, the so-called święconka, i. e. blessing of decorative baskets with a sampling of Easter eggs and other symbolic foods, is one of the most enduring and beloved Polish traditions on Holy Saturday.
Similarly, for any a in F other than 0, there exists an element a < sup >− 1 </ sup > in F, such that a · a < sup >− 1 </ sup > = 1.
Similarly, it was commonly believed by Medieval people that other ancient figures like the poet Virgil, astronomer Ptolemy and philosopher Aristotle had been involved in magic, and grimoires claiming to have been written by them were circulated.
Similarly, in regard to passages from the Enneads, " The only space or place of the world is the soul " and " Time must not be assumed to exist outside the soul ", Ludwig Noiré wrote: " For the first time in Western philosophy we find idealism proper in Plotinus, However, Plotinus does not address whether we know external objects, unlike Schopenhauer and other modern philosophers.
Similarly, Georgiy Starostin ( 2002 ) arrives at a tripartite overall grouping: he considers Afroasiatic, Nostratic and Elamite to be roughly equidistant and more closely related to each other than to anything else.
Similarly, the Talmud ( Berakhoth 61. a ) states that one of the two kidneys counsels what is good, and the other evil.
Similarly many species of birds and whales learn their songs by imitating other members of their species.
Similarly, data previously held in other types of data stores are sometimes moved to LDAP directories.
Similarly, the opportunity cost of attending university is the lost wages a student could have earned in the workforce, rather than the cost of tuition, books, and other requisite items ( whose sum makes up the total cost of attendance ).
Similarly, most patented medications cost more in the U. S. than in other countries with a ( presumed ) poorer customer base.
Similarly, incriminating statements made in response to requests for consent to search a vehicle or other property are not considered to be the product of interrogation.
Similarly, aggression between members of the same sex is sometimes associated with very distinctive features, such as the antlers of stags, which are used in combat with other stags.
Similarly, DNA strands can bind to other DNA strands, allowing simple structures to be created.
Similarly, Nostradamus's notorious ' 1999 ' prophecy at X. 72 ( see Nostradamus in popular culture ) describes no event that commentators have succeeding in identifying either before or since, other than by dint of twisting the words to fit whichever of the many contradictory happenings they are keen to claim as ' hits '.
Similarly, Georgiy Starostin ( 2002 ) arrives at a tripartite overall grouping: he considers Afroasiatic, Nostratic and Elamite to be roughly equidistant and more closely related to each other than to anything else.

Similarly and European
Similarly, the word for " declension " and its many European cognates, including its Latin source declinatio come from the root * k ^ lei -, " to lean ".
Similarly in the Middle Ages Ashkenazim tended to use malē spellings under the influence of European languages, while Sephardim tended to use ḥaser spellings under the influence of Arabic.
Similarly, the European Union has placed embargoes on Burma, including an arms embargo, cessation of trade preferences, and suspension of all aid with the exception of humanitarian aid.
Similarly, the Charter of Fundamental Rights, codified into law applicable to European Union countries by the passage civil lawsuit, is said to have accrued when the event beginning its time limitation occurs.
Similarly, " cruel, inhuman or degrading punishments " are banned under Article 5 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Similarly, European visitors to Arabia reported “ tame gazelles are very common in the Asiatic countries of which the species is a native ; and the poetry of these countries abounds in allusions both to the beauty and the gentleness of the gazelle .” Nor are the characteristics described above necessarily barriers to domestication ; for further information, see animal domestication.
Similarly, they were, at one time or another, at war with virtually every other Native American group living in the Great Plains, leaving opportunities for political maneuvering by European colonial powers and the United States.
Similarly, theorists such as George Fletcher and Robert Schopp have adopted European concepts of autonomy in their liberal theories to justify the right-holder using all necessary force to defend his or her autonomy and rights.
Similarly Māori traditional chants were put to Victorian music, or written to European tunes, European designs and metal tools adopted by carvers, altering their style and British fabrics and cloth, such as blanketing adopted to form new dress.
Similarly, the first European feature was the 90-minute film L ' Enfant prodigue ( France, 1907 ), although that was an unmodified record of a stage play ; Europe's first feature adapted directly for the screen, Les Misérables, came from France in 1909.
Similarly, in the European Union, particularly in Germany and Italy, insufficient potassium intake is widespread.
Similarly Jacob's Staff and Peter's Staff were European biblical derived terms, as were the Three Magi, or the Three Kings.
Similarly, the European Inter-University Association on Society, Science and Technology ( ESST ) researches and studies science and technology in society, in both historical and contemporary perspectives.
Similarly Jacob's Staff and Peter's Staff were European biblical derived terms, as were the Three Magi, or the Three Kings.
( Similarly, in Latin, the language of medieval European philosophy, the habits are mōrēs, giving us modern English words like " moral ".
Similarly, the lack of known burials in the European Iron Age and the small fragments of bone found around their settlement sites has been explained by some archaeologists as an indicator of widespread excarnation involving leaving bodies on platforms for the birds to eat.
Similarly the mechanical properties of the colon are stronger in African than European subjects.
Similarly to the Nissan Moco and the Mitsubishi Pajero, the name is fortuituously unfit for Portuguese and Spanish-speaking countries, since " la puta " in Spanish means literally " the whore " (" moco " means " snot " or " booger ", and " pajero " may be understood as " wanker " or " liar " in some American and European countries ).
Similarly Jacob's Staff and Peter's Staff were European biblical derived terms, as were the Three Magi, or the Three Kings.
* Similarly, it has been implied that Interim Iraqi Prime Minister Dr. Ayad Allawi violated his obligation to medical ethics whilst serving as Western European chief of secret police for the Baathist government of Saddam Hussein.
Similarly in the UK, the European transport regulations ( ADR ) are implemented by the Department for Transport ( DfT ).
Similarly, laser technology moved to RAL from Joint European Torus at Culham to become the foundation of the Central Laser Facility.
Similarly, the party ran in the European Parliament election, 2009 ( Romania ) in a coalition with the Social Democrats, called National Union PSD + PC, and won 1 seat ( George Sabin Cutaş ).

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