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Some of their descendants are included among the Ramapough Mountain Indians, recognized as a tribe by the state in 1980.
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Some gracefully soared from the backs of their wounded, screaming mounts to make one last defiant charge before the lead split their hearts or tore their guts.
Some chaps that know an area well can make their way by landmarks, a tree here, a wash here, a boulder there.
Some look deliberately to devices used by creators in the other arts and apply corresponding methods to their own work.
Some historians have found his point of view not to their taste, others have complained that he makes the Tory tradition appear `` contemptible rather than intelligible '', while a sympathetic critic has remarked that the `` intricate interplay of social dynamics and political activity of which, at times, politicians are the ignorant marionettes is not a field for the exercise of his talents ''.
Some families already have held weekend rehearsals in their home shelters to learn the problems and to determine for themselves what supplies they would need.
Some members of the bee family have become idlers, social parasites that live at the expense of their hardworking relatives.
Some of those who did not initially react with an arm-elevation also associated their behavior in the situation with control factors -- an inability to relinquish control voluntarily.
Some of this trend toward area vocational schools has been related to the problems of persistent labor surplus areas and their desire to attract new industry.
Some people love to crack tile and it's amazing what beautiful designs they come up with as a result of their cracking good time.
Some psychologists, in fact, suggest that career-bound husbands often are more to blame for topsy-turvy marriages than their wives.
Some of the choicest remarks made by soldiers in their letters were in disparagement of unpopular officers.
Some are so filled with gratitude, for the gift of life and the love of God, that their joy spills out on the paper and brightens the lives of thousands whom they have never known, and will never see.
Some remained in the Wollman enclosure, fortified with raincoats or with newspapers to cover their heads.
Some and descendants
Some descendants of the Catholic Apostolic Church also known as Irvingism, such as Apostelamt Jesu Christi, Apostelamt Juda, Restored Apostolic Mission Church and the Old Apostolic Church also believes in the allegorical interpretation of the Bible.
Some of his descendants ( known as the Kammu Taira or Kammu Heishi ) took the Taira hereditary clan title, and in later generations became prominent warriors.
Some of the lords and their descendants rose to high ranks in their adoptive countries, such as the French royalist Patrice de Mac-Mahon, who became president of France.
Some Japanese, including descendants of Japanese Catholics who were expelled by shoguns, also live in Macau.
Some Medieval commentators, following William of Malmesbury, claimed that Duncan was illegitimate, but this claim is propaganda reflecting the need of Malcolm's descendants by Margaret to undermine the claims of Duncan's descendants, the Meic Uilleim.
Some include the classical Mesoamerican cultures, still in use today in the modern indigenous languages of their descendants, namely the Nahuatl and Mayan languages ( see Maya numerals ).
Some organisms or genotypes, however, may exist in circumstances of low fidelity, where most descendants contain one or more mutations.
Some descendants of the McCoy family ( involved in the Hatfield-McCoy feud of Appalachia, USA ) as well as the Elliotts have VHL.
Some of the Acadians who had been relocated to France subsequently left for Louisiana, where their descendants are now known as Cajuns.
Some of his direct descendants now reside in South Africa, the Australian states of Queensland, Victoria and Tasmania, and in various parts of the United States and Canada.
Some of Gay-Lussac's descendants live in Brazil, South America ( de Salusse Lussac / Lussac Do Coutto / Do Coutto Monni ) and in Ontario, Canada.
Some Tutsi also believe they are descendants of the ancient Israelites and had a mystical connection to Israel.
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 authors argue that Ibri denotes the descendants of the biblical patriarch Eber ( Hebrew עבר ), son of Shelah, a great grandson of Noah and an ancestor of Abraham, hence the occasional anglicization Eberites.
Some Zähringer titles in Germany were retained by the descendants of Margrave Hermann I of Baden, who was the elder son of duke Berthold II of Carinthia.