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Some of these ultimately evolved into medieval universities and forebears of many of Europe's modern universities.
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Some plant-location specialists take these signs to mean St. Louis county doesn't want industry, and so they avoid the area, and more jobs are lost.
Some of these were obviously filling from interlobular branches of the bronchial arteries while others were filling from direct hilar branches following along the pleural surface.
Some predictions had been made concerning factors R, N, I and Co on these inventories which appeared to be directly related to control and security aspects of personality functioning which were hypothesized as being of importance in differential Kohnstamm reactivity.
Some of the classic indicators, as described by Drs. Pittenger, Hockett, and Danehy in The First Five Minutes, are these: ambiguity of pronouns:
Some of these mothers, apparently feeling a desperate urgency, made, on the spur of the moment, commitments, in love and sex, that would have life-long consequences.
Some clue to the character of London's approach in these discs may be gained immediately from the fact that ten of the 12 titles include the word `` percussion '' or `` percussive ''.
Some of these apprentices were, in physical strength, already men and doubtless a percentage of them were Spencer's followers.
Some of these have specific adaptations such as enlarged teeth for biting or spines on the chest, arms or thumbs.
Some of these churches are known as Anglican, such as the Anglican Church of Canada, due to their historical link to England ( Ecclesia Anglicana means " English Church ").
These were The Bump, starring Aubrey Smith ; Twice Two ; Five Pound Reward ; and Bookworms Some of these films survive in the archives of the British Film Institute.
Some synaptic junctions appear partway along an axon as it extends — these are called en passant (" in passing ") synapses.
Some of these have explored and offered accounts of Christie's disappearance in 1926, including the 1979 film Agatha ( with Vanessa Redgrave, where she sneaks away to plan revenge against her husband ) and the Doctor Who episode " The Unicorn and the Wasp " ( with Fenella Woolgar, her disappearance being the result of her suffering a temporary breakdown due to a brief psychic link being formed between her and an alien ).
Some of these beliefs, such as Pelagianism and semi-Pelagianism ( see below ) are not considered to be within Arminian orthodoxy and are dealt with elsewhere.
Some of these were built during a period of war between Bolivia and Paraguay, in order to transport Bolivian troops and their supplies to the war front in the lowlands of southeastern Bolivia and western Paraguay.
Some folk etymologies argue that the original forms of these symbols indicated their value through the number of angles they contained, however there is no proof of any such origin.
Some distinctive accents can be found on the East Coast ( for example, in eastern New England and New York City ) partly because these areas were in close contact with England and imitated prestigious varieties of British English at a time when these were undergoing changes.
Some approximants resemble vowels in acoustic and articulatory properties and the terms semivowel and glide are often used for these non-syllabic vowel-like segments.
Some of these arguments propose moral facts which they claim evident through human experience, arguing that God is the best explanation for these.
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Some sects, such as the Universalists, believe in universalism that all souls will ultimately be saved and that there are no torments of hell.
Some foundationalists, such as St. Augustine of Hippo and Alvin Plantinga, hold that all of our beliefs rest ultimately on beliefs accepted by faith.
Some philosophers ( e. g. existentialists, pragmatists ) think philosophy is ultimately a practical discipline that should help us lead meaningful lives by showing us who we are, how we relate to the world around us and what we should do.
Some of these critics, including Paul Wolfowitz and Robert Zoellick, hinted that U. S. ground forces might ultimately be required to help the INC oust Saddam.
" Some commentators, recommending a hard stand against the practice, have found therapy inconsistent with a psychologist's ethical duties because " it is more ethical to let a client continue to struggle honestly with her or his identity than to collude, even peripherally, with a practice that is discriminatory, oppressive, and ultimately ineffective in its own stated ends.
Some commentators have also argued that the changes in where NGOs receive their funding has ultimately altered their functions.
Some choose to work with a guide, who has been trained in the lineage of Murshid Inayat Khan, Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan, and Pir Zia Inayat Khan ( and ultimately through the Chisti order in India ).
Some companies within the U. S. fireworks industry claim they are working with Chinese manufacturers to reduce and ultimately hope to eliminate of the pollutant perchlorate.
Some of these textiles were not in fact quilted, ultimately, but were used as decorative coverings without the heavier batting that was not needed in a tropical climate.
Some Hawaiians may have believed that Captain James Cook was Lono returned and indeed this fact may have ultimately contributed to Cook's death ( see James Cook-Third voyage ( 1776-1779 )).
Some reviewers were highly critical, yet writing in the Melody Maker, Colin Irwin described it as " quite the most challenging, absorbing, moving, uplifting and ultimately triumphant album of the year ".
Some analysts consider the ultimately unsuccessful bill Congress proposed to confiscate 90 percent of the bonus money paid to executives at federally-rescued investment bank American International Group a bill of attainder, although disagreement exists on the issue.
Some hold this was borne out during the 1980s when, advocates of supply-side economics claim, tax cuts ultimately led to an overall increase in governmental revenue due to stronger economic growth.
Some consider forming an epistemic community a deep human need, and ultimately a mythical or even religious obligation.
Some of the offscreen tensions ultimately found their way into the scripts and, naturally, into the show.
Some felt the study was poorly designed and executed by Tudor, and as a result the data offered no proof of Johnson's subsequent theory that " stuttering begins, not in the child's mouth but in the parent's ear " -- i. e., that it is the well-meaning parent's effort to help the child avoid what the parent has labelled " stuttering " ( but is in fact within the range of normal speech ) that contributes to what ultimately becomes the problem diagnosed as stuttering.
* Some repeated pattern of action, process or structure that initially appears to be beneficial, but ultimately produces more bad consequences than beneficial results, and
Some crimes such as the Black Dahlia murder, the Zodiac murders of the late 1960s, the Tylenol scare of 1982, the Cleveland Torso Murderer, the 1996 murder of JonBenet Ramsey, and the Diane Suzuki case of 1985 are referred to as perfect, but the possibility always remains that a culprit will ultimately be identified.
Some Californians blamed Davis and the state legislature for continuing to spend heavily while revenues dried up, ultimately leading to record deficits.