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Similarly and cathedral
Similarly those of the Palatine Chapel, the Martorana at Palermo, and the cathedral of Cefalù, together with the vast decoration of the cathedral at Monreale, demonstrate the influence of Byzantium on the Norman Court of Sicily in the twelfth century.

Similarly and foundation
Similarly in St Peter: " Christ .. Who verily was foreordained before the foundation of the world, but was manifest in these last times for you " ( 1 Peter 1: 20 ), and " But the end of all things is at hand " ( 1 Peter 4: 7 ).
Similarly at Queens College, Oxford, the scholars on the foundation were called tabarders, from the tabard, obviously not an emblazoned garment, which they wore.
Similarly, empiricists take observations as providing the foundation for the series.
Similarly, the foundation upon which the Church is built is related to Peter in Matthew 16: 16, and to the whole apostolic body elsewhere in the New Testament ( cf.
Similarly, laser technology moved to RAL from Joint European Torus at Culham to become the foundation of the Central Laser Facility.

Similarly and included
Similarly, the consolidated Teutonic laws of the Germanic tribes, included a complex system of monetary compensations for what courts would consider the complete range of criminal offences against the person, from murder down.
Similarly, Epirote tribes / states are included in the Argive and Epidaurian lists of the Greek Thearodokoi ( hosts of sacred envoys ).
Similarly, some intersex people want to be included in LGBT groups and would prefer the term " LGBTI " while others insist that they are not a part of the LGBT community and would rather that they not be included as part of the term.
Similarly, fax numbers do not need to be included in the registry due to existing federal laws and regulations that prohibit the sending of unsolicited faxes.
Similarly, Tetsuro Yoshida's rationalist modern architecture included the Tōkyō Central Post Office ( 1931 ) and Ōsaka Central Post Office ( 1939 ).
" Similarly, Blender magazine included the album in its " 500 CDs You Must Own Before You Die ".
Similarly, folklore in Tyrol and German-speaking Switzerland into the 20th century included a wild woman known as Fange or Fanke, which derives from the Latin fauna, the feminine form of faun.
Similarly, an included deck of cards provides bonus rolls or skill points and contains ideas for additional character interaction.
Similarly, budget constraints meant that Grounds ' design for the Theatres Building, which included a copper-clad spire, were shelved, and a shortened un-clad design was substituted.
Similarly the frequency of the hydrogen spin-flip transition was used for a unit of time in a map to Earth included on the Pioneer plaques and also the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 probes.
Similarly, the Australian sides had sometimes included New Zealand players so were styled " Australasia ".
( Similarly, the NA's sister series, the Missing Adventures, included novelisations of the spin-off production, Downtime and the BBC Radio drama The Ghosts of N-Space.
Similarly, on the southeast tip of Lake Washington, Renton may also be included.
Similarly, evidence of a collateral agreement-one that would naturally and normally be included in a separate writing-will not be barred.
Similarly, major regeneration of the Fish Quay to the south-east of the town centre has included the construction of luxury apartments and the conversion of existing buildings into restaurants and bars.
Similarly, sprite " rotations " have to be handled through pre-drawing unless they are done with hardware included in the game cartridge such as the Super FX 2 chip as with Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island.
Similarly, while the Dilophosauridae has traditionally been included in Coelophysoidea, studies published in the late 2000s suggested that they may actually be more closely related to the tetanurans.
Similarly, Rajasthan is also included in the West India Cultual Zone, and the state of Chhattisgarh is also included in the South Central India Cultural Zone.
Similarly, older American math textbooks included lessons that are no longer considered important, such as rules for calculating the number of bushels of hay that could be stored in a bin of stated dimensions, because this skill was useful to farmers at that time.
Similarly, elements of the heroic epic are included within the part narrating the protagonist's involvement in World War II.
Similarly equipped to the standard-size Fleetwood d ' Elegance-the model on which it was based-the Sixty Special also included an anti-lock braking system ( a $ 925 option on Fleetwood ) and a stainless-steel exhaust system not available on other models.
" Similarly, the duo acknowledge the tunnel built in the episode would not really divert the lava, but they included it because Parker said, " Any movie today, that's basically how dumb they are.

Similarly and provision
Similarly, a widespread power outage would not be a force majeure excuse if the contract requires the provision of backup power or other contingency plans for continuity.
Similarly, provision for the housing of Huguenot immigrants was made in 1681 when Louis XIV's religious policy was beginning to drive these Protestants out of France ; no encouragement was given to the dispossessed Dutch from the countryside or other towns of Holland.
Similarly, in England, " people living in deprived areas were found to receive around 70 % less provision relative to need compared with the most affluent areas for both knee and hip replacements.
Similarly, if a person marries or has a child after his or her will has been executed, the law writes this pretermitted spouse or pretermitted heir into the will if no provision for this situation was specifically included.
Similarly, over the 40 years, many of the recommendations which first appeared in the report, have evolved and appeared in legislation under other guises, such as the widespread introduction of state-funded nursery provision, Extended Schools, requirement for a Home School Agreement to be presented ( but not signed ), the ban on corporal punishment, ESOL programmes, Educational Action Zones and most of all the comprehensive system.
" Similarly, the very first dispositive provision of Ukraine ’ s Constitution declares: " Ukraine is a sovereign and independent, democratic, social, legal state.

Similarly and for
Similarly experience itself can be conventionalized so that people react to certain preconceived clues for behavior without awareness of the vitality of their experiential field.
Similarly, if the equivalents for the forms of a word do not vary, the equivalents need be entered only once with an indication that they apply to each form.
Similarly, higher levels of GNP do not, in themselves, provide grounds for raising prices, but they do relax some of the pressure on the industry so that it can raise prices higher for a given wage increase.
Similarly, in presenting still photographs of early jazz groups, the program allowed no time for a close perusal.
Similarly, all the statements listed below which require choice or some weaker version thereof for their proof are unprovable in ZF, but since each is provable in ZF plus the axiom of choice, there are models of ZF in which each statement is true.
Similarly, the ancient English word for bird was " brid ".
Only then in fact was payment for assembly attendance, the central event of democracy ( Similarly for the period before the Persian wars, but for the very early democracy the sources are very meagre and it can be thought of as being in an embryonic state ).
Similarly, all output was scrutinized for a Control-D character ( ASCII 4 ), which BASIC programs would send before seemingly PRINTing a disk command to get DOS's attention ( the disk commands would not really get PRINTed but were intercepted by DOS and prevented from making it to the screen output ).
Similarly, intuitionists object to the existence property for classical logic, where one can prove, without being able to produce any term of which holds.
Similarly, Commando, released in 1989, uses a POKEY to generate in-game music while the TIA generates the game's sound effects for a total of 6 channels of sound.
Similarly desperate losses were suffered elsewhere on the front, in a disastrous day for the British Army ( approximately 19, 000 British soldiers were killed in a single day ).
Similarly, his text on poetic metre uses only Christian poetry for examples.
Similarly, frets on earlier balalaikas were made of animal gut and tied to the neck so that they could be moved around by the player at will ( as is the case with the modern saz, which allows for the microtonal playing distinctive to Turkish and Central Asian music ).
Similarly, if we limit the number of literals per clause to 2 and change the OR operations to XOR operations, the result is exclusive-or 2-satisfiability, a problem complete for SL = L.
Similarly, authors of fantasy role-playing games sometimes compile bestiaries as references, such as the Monster Manual for Dungeons & Dragons.
Similarly, when Jean de Schelandre wrote about Banquo in his Stuartide in 1611, he also changed the character by portraying him as a noble and honourable man — the critic D. W. Maskell describes him as “… Schelandre's paragon of valour and virtue ”— probably for reasons similar to Shakespeare's.
Similarly, different cultural attitudes, social organizations, economic models and legal frameworks are seen to account for why copyright emerged in Europe and not, for example, in Asia.
Similarly, one declarative sentence can refer to many propositions ; for instance, " I am hungry " changes meaning ( i. e. refers to different propositions ) depending on the person uttering it.
Similarly, Robert Nozick argues for a theory that is mostly consequentialist, but incorporates inviolable " side-constraints " which restrict the sort of actions agents are permitted to do.
Similarly, assault and violent robbery involved trespass as to the pater's property ( so, for example, the rape of a slave could become the subject of compensation to the pater as having trespassed on his " property "), and breach of such laws created a vinculum juris ( an obligation of law ) that only the payment of monetary compensation ( modern " damages ") could discharge.

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