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Some members of the tribe are still concentrated in the municipal vicinity.
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Some years ago Julian Huxley proposed to an audience made up of members of the British Association for the Advancement of Science that `` man's supernormal or extra-sensory faculties are ( now ) in the same case as were his mathematical faculties during the ice age ''.
Some members of the organization called attention also to the article on hymns of inspiration, the Daily Prayer and Three Minutes A Day, as being very helpful.
Some faculty members and many administrators oppose faculty review groups because they either repeat department's actions or act pro forma.
Some members of the bee family have become idlers, social parasites that live at the expense of their hardworking relatives.
Some members of the genera Ambystoma and Dicamptodon have larvae that never fully develop into the adult form but this varies with species and with populations.
Some members provide products including cooking oils, lettuce, sunflower seeds, artichokes, sweetening agents, coffee substitutes and teas.
Some scholars have speculated that members of the Alemannic elite such as king Gibuld due to Visigothic influence may have been converted to Arianism even in the later 5th century.
) Some observers argue that, while academicians often perceive themselves as members of an elite, their influence is mostly imaginary: " Professors of humanities, with all their leftist fantasies, have little direct knowledge of American life and no impact whatever on public policy.
Some ANC members were upset by the actions of the MK, and refused to accept violence as necessary for the ending of Apartheid, but these individuals became a minority as the militant leaders such as Nelson Mandela gained significant popularity.
Some members of the Council, such as Pedrizzi and Mantovano were described as members of an unofficial Catholic Right faction.
Some bar associations are responsible for the regulation of the legal profession in their jurisdiction ; others are professional organizations dedicated to serving their members ; in many cases, they are both
Some members of the laurel family, as well as the unrelated but visually similar mountain laurel and cherry laurel, have leaves that are poisonous to humans and livestock.
Some even provided gateways, such as UFGATE, by which members could send / receive e-mail to / from the Internet via UUCP, and many FidoNet discussion groups were shared via Usenet.
Some extinct members of the crocodilian line, a sister group to the dinosaurs and birds, also evolved bipedal forms-a crocodile relative from the triassic, Effigia okeeffeae, is believed to be bipedal.
Some sponsoring agencies use Citizen Corps grant funds to purchase response tools and equipment for their members and team ( s ) ( subject to Stafford Act limitations ).
Some delegates objected to the establishment of the Politburo, and in response, the Politburo became responsible to the Central Committee, and Central Committee members could participate in Politburo sessions with a consultative voice, but could not vote unless they were members.
Some and tribe
Some of these laws are directed only to men or to women, some only to the ancient priestly groups, the Kohanim and Leviyim ( members of the tribe of Levi ), some only to farmers within the Land of Israel.
Some copies of this text mention a tribe called Saxones in the area to the north of the lower River Elbe, thought to derive from the word sax or stone knife.
Some Native American tribes used vision quests as a rite of passage, fasting and praying until an anticipated guiding dream was received, to be shared with the rest of the tribe upon their return.
Some Anarcho-primitivists like Ted Kaczynski argue that conditions such as anomie are directly caused by complex societies, particularly industrial and post-industrial societies due to their deprivation of individual self-determination and a relatively small reference group to relate to, such as the band, clan, or tribe.
Some historians believe the early home of the Crow-Hidatsa ancestral tribe was near the headwaters of the Mississippi River in either northern Minnesota or Wisconsin ; others place them in the Winnipeg area of Manitoba.
Some Biblical scholars, however, view this as postdiction, an eponymous metaphor providing an aetiology of the connectedness of the tribe to others in the Israelite confederation.
Some critics, however, view this as a postdiction, an eponymous metaphor providing an aetiology of the connectedness of the tribe to others in the Israelite confederation In the Biblical account, Joseph is one of the two children of Rachel and Jacob, a brother to Benjamin, and father to both Ephraim, and his first son, Manasseh ; Ephraim received the blessing of the firstborn, although Manasseh was the eldest, because Jacob foresaw that Ephraim's descendants would be greater than his brother's.
Some time between the 4th and 8th centuries, a tribe of native Gaelic people called the Déisi were driven from southern county Meath / north Kildare, conquering and settling here.
Some sources state, however, that the Ilkley troops were recruited from the Lingones in northeast Italy ; some of the tribe migrated across the Alps in around 400 BC Lingones.
Some of their descendants are included among the Ramapough Mountain Indians, recognized as a tribe by the state in 1980.
Some of the cave entrances were used as shelters by the indigenous Temuan people ( a tribe of Orang Asli ).
Some individuals stayed and became citizens of the United States, however, their leader Baptiste Peoria left Paola with the tribe.
Some time long before the area was settled by whites, the tribe living there felt they were being cursed by their irritable Great Spirit.
Some members of the Cayuga tribe returned after the war to live on a Seneca reservation that once included the north end of Cayuga Lake.
Some biblical scholars suggest that Samson's home tribe of Dan might have been related to the Philistines themselves.
Some Mormon scholars view Lamanites as ( 1 ) one small tribe among many in the ancient Americas, the remainder of whom were not discussed in the Book of Mormon, ( 2 ) a tribe that intermarried with indigenous Native American cultures.
Some traditions hold that she was Creek, because she had lived among that tribe prior to marriage ; some hold that she was Cherokee, having died in old age living among that tribe ; still others hold that she was a white captive, as family stories claim that Puckshinwa had been married to a white captive.
Some say that one triangle represents the ruling tribe of Judah and the other the former ruling tribe of Benjamin.
Some argue that the name originates with the Sarmatian tribe Iazyges ( of Iranian origin ; possibly connected to the Yaz culture of Eastern Iran ), one mentioned by Ovid as.