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Some look deliberately to devices used by creators in the other arts and apply corresponding methods to their own work.
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Some have felt that Washington Irving comes out rather slimly, but let them look at the title of the book ''.
Some general things to look for in a site, if you haven't already bought one, are accessibility, water drainage, and orientation.
Some women can sit and sew, crochet, tat or knit by the hour, and look calm and relaxed and turn out beautiful work.
Some frogs and toads inflate themselves to make themselves look large and fierce, and some spadefoot toads ( Pelobates spp ) scream and leap towards the attacker.
Some interested in the matter made inquires into the issue and concluded that the 6 / 4 length would make the flag look blunt.
Some of Kaye's films included the theme of doubles, two people who look identical ( both played by Danny Kaye ) being mistaken for each other, to comic effect.
Some brick surfaces are made to look particularly rustic by including burnt bricks, which have a darker color or an irregular shape.
Some Chinese look back to the Cultural Revolution and fear chaos if the Communist Party should lose control due to domestic upheavals and so a robust system of monitoring and control is in place to counter the growing pressure for political change.
Some pawnshop owners prevent clutter look by storing overstocked items, or less attractive items such as snow tires, in a back room or basement.
Some scholars classify religions as either universal religions that seek worldwide acceptance and actively look for new converts, or ethnic religions that are identified with a particular ethnic group and do not seek converts.
Some fashion trends returned to the mod roots, with brogues, loafers, suits, and the slacks-and-sweater look making a comeback.
Some may visit the graves of their parents or other ancestors, leave flowers and pray to them in order to honor and remember them, while also asking their deceased ancestors to continue to look after them.
Some of them assert that the great power he wielded was not his own personal achievement, but that of the dynasty he represented ; they also argue that, since Byzantine imperial power declined catastrophically after Manuel's death, it is only natural to look for the causes of this decline in his reign.
:" Some of the faction of the Sicarion ... not content with having saved themselves, again embarked on new revolutionary scheming, persuading those that received them there to assert their freedom, to esteem the Romans as no better than themselves and to look upon God as their only Lord and Master " ( quoted by Eisenman, p 180 ).
Some modern biblical scholars now believe that the Israelites would have crossed the Sinai peninsula in a direct route, rather than detouring to the southern tip ( assuming that they did not cross the eastern branch of the Red Sea / Reed Sea in boats or on a sandbar ), and therefore look for the biblical Mount Sinai elsewhere.
Some mother cats will scatter their kittens as early as three months of age, while others continue to look after them until they approach sexual maturity.
Some examples are: " Better to be safe than sorry ", " The evil deserves no aid ", " Be friends with whom you don't like ", " Don't judge people by the way they look ", " Slow and steady wins the race ", " Once started down the dark path, forever will it hold your destiny ", and " Your overconfidence is your weakness ".
Some cities that used to have a city council but have subsequently had it abolished may have charter trustees, drawn from the local district council, who appoint the mayor and look after the city's traditions.
Some natural bridges may look like arches, but they form in the path of streams that wear away and penetrate the rock.
Some of his games do not look modern because he did not need the sort of slow positional systems that modern grandmasters use, or that Staunton, Paulsen, and later Steinitz developed.
The village has a more vibrant community with people walking to shops, bars, restaurants and village greens .< sup ></ sup > Some of the most highly-rated bars in the Tampa area are located here .< sup ></ sup >< sup ></ sup > West Park Village has a distinct look which was inspired by historic Hyde Park in South Tampa.
Some and deliberately
Some performers may deliberately block ( or otherwise break out of character ) for comedic effect — this is known as gagging -- but this generally prevents the scene from advancing and is frowned upon by many improvisers.
Some maps, called cartograms, have the scale deliberately distorted to reflect information other than land area or distance.
Some wrecks, lost to natural obstacles to navigation, are at risk of being smashed by subsequent wrecks sunk by the same hazard, or are deliberately destroyed because they present a hazard to navigation.
Some authorities restrict the use of the term to bodies deliberately embalmed with chemicals, but the use of the word to cover accidentally desiccated bodies goes back at least to the 1730s.
* Some Sword and planet series, such as Michael Moorcock's Kane of Old Mars trilogy ( 1965 ) and Lin Carter's Mysteries of Mars ( 1973 – 1984 ) are deliberately anachronistic homages to earlier visions of Mars, particularly Burroughs '.
Some medications produce an increased risk of seizures and electroconvulsive therapy ( ECT ) deliberately sets out to induce a seizure for the treatment of major depression.
Some of the languages initially used for structured programming languages include: ALGOL, Pascal, PL / I and Ada – but most new procedural programming languages since that time have included features to encourage structured programming, and sometimes deliberately left out features in an effort to make unstructured programming more difficult.
Some booksellers argued that the deposit provision only applied to registered books, and so deliberately avoided registration just to be able to minimise their liability.
Some of those handcuffed in the wagon escaped when police left them unattended ( deliberately, according to some witnesses ).
Some traditions were deliberately invented for one reason or another, often to highlight or enhance the importance of a certain institution.
Some years earlier, Terry had been a promising boxer until Friendly had Charley instruct him to deliberately lose a fight that he could have won, so that Friendly could win money betting against him.
Some of the best-known remains from the period include the " peat bog corpses ", among them the well-preserved bodies of two people deliberately strangled: Tollund Man and Haraldskær Woman.
Some equipment will deliberately transmit the " break " level for longer than a character as an out-of-band signal.
Some critics make the further claim that these differences in usage are not accidental, but have been deliberately created for the purpose of upholding a patriarchal society.
Some common forms of collusion are: soft play, that is, failing to bet or raise in a situation that would normally merit it, to avoid costing one's partner or friend money ; whipsawing, where partners raise and re-raise each other to trap players in between ; dumping, where a cheater will deliberately lose to a partner ; and signalling, or trading information between partners via signals of some sort, like arranging their chips in a certain manner.
Some of his artistic touches were deliberately unrealistic and artistically daring — for instance his coloring of a city street lemon-yellow in an otherwise realist painting.
Some fans deliberately seek out extremely lo-fi concert bootlegs, such as the Dawn of the Black Hearts, which are of very low quality.
Some jurisdictions, notably the United States, prevent parties from relitigating the facts on appeal due to a history of unscrupulous lawyers deliberately reserving such issues ( the " invited error " problem ) in order to ambush each other in the appellate courts.
Some say the " u " in " Mount " was accidentally dropped by a town clerk filling out official papers ; some say the change was made deliberately to draw attention to the town ; some say it uses the French spelling of " mont " as a nod to what was then the region's large French-Canadian population.