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Some outstanding mathematical and Orientalist works emerged at this time – notably, texts edited by Edward Pococke, the Regius Professor of Hebrew – but no university press on Laud's model was possible before the Restoration of the Monarchy in 1660.
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Some of the most outstanding stained glass, dated 1243-1248 comes from the Sainte-Chapelle, is displayed along with other examples in the new Medieval & Renaissance galleries.
Some outstanding Italian composers as Domenico Scarlatti or Luigi Boccherini were appointed at the Madrid court.
Some places have laws placing various restrictions on persons with outstanding warrants, such as prohibiting renewal of one's driver's license or obtaining a passport.
Some of these organizations are based within the University, notably the Mu Sigma Phi Fraternity and Sorority of the College of Medicine, recognized by UP Manila and the City of Manila as its outstanding organizations, LIKAS and Pagsama, both multi-college organizations and the Phi Lambda delta Sorority and Phi Kappa Mu Fraternity, also of the University of the Philippines College of Medicine.
Some of the most outstanding examples of remote radio control of a vehicle are the Mars Exploration Rovers such as Sojourner.
Some of the most magnificent statues of New Kingdom Egypt date to his reign " such as the two outstanding couchant rose granite lions originally set before the temple at Soleb in Nubia " as well as a large series of royal sculptures.
Some observers argue that three outstanding issues have prevented videoconferencing from becoming a standard form of communication, despite the ubiquity of videoconferencing-capable systems.
Some fans consider the listenability of Living Field its outstanding feature, and superior to the pillows ' later works.
* Some of the most outstanding sketches from the Australian television sketch show " SkitHOUSE " feature a fictional telemarketing company called " Nothing Suss ".
Some suggest there were promises of constitutional reform to address outstanding political issues between the province and the federal government both before and since without any sign of particularly greater expectation those promises would be filled to any greater or lesser degree.
Some of her other Congressional accomplishments included critical funding to revitalize the Fall Creek Neighborhood in Indianapolis which today includes some of the finest examples of reclaimed urban landscape in the U. S. She also provided outstanding support for the new terminal for the Indianapolis International Airport, which opened November 12, 2008.
Some of the outstanding features: Matthew 16: 2b – 3 is present and not marked as doubtful or spurious.
Some outstanding poets of this century are Juan de Mena and Íñigo López de Mendoza ( Marquess of Santillana ).
Some of the most outstanding athletes from the past include Hannes Kolehmainen ( 1890 – 1966 ), Paavo Nurmi ( 1897 – 1973 ) and Ville Ritola ( 1896 – 1982 ) who won eighteen gold and seven silver Olympic medals in the 1910s and 1920s.
Some of the Hittite priests later reported this to Suppiluliumas's son, successor, and biographer Mursili II, holding it out as an outstanding crime of the whole dynasty.
Some of the most outstanding Taborite theologians were Mikuláš Biskupec of Pelhřimov and Prokop Veliký ( who died in the Battle of Lipany ).
Some operatic performances were later mounted in the building during the 1850s, owing to its outstanding acoustics.
Some of the most outstanding names in Italian space exploration since its inception were the following:
Some young, mid-aged teaching experts and some experts who take the advantages of compassionate allowance issued by the State Department, and some teachers are the candidates for " New Century Outstanding expert Project " excellent experts of the province, mid-aged experts with outstanding contributions, and young excellent experts of the Provincial Social Science, etc.
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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 ''.
* Artless innocents and ivory-tower sophisticates: Some personalities on the Indian mathematical scene-M. S. Raghunathan
Some modification of the Feynman rules of calculation may well outlive the elaborate mathematical structure of local canonical quantum field theory ...” So far there are no opposing opinions.
Some of the earliest ideas on how physical and mathematical processes and constraints affect biological growth, and hence natural patterns such as the spirals of phyllotaxis, were written by D ' Arcy Wentworth Thompson and Alan Turing.
Some recent work has been done in analysis using concepts from non-standard analysis, particularly in investigating limiting processes of statistics and mathematical physics.
Some encryption schemes can be proven secure on the basis of the presumed difficulty of a mathematical problem, such as factoring the product of two large primes or computing discrete logarithms.
Some of the more well-known topics in recreational mathematics are mathematical chess problems, magic squares and fractals.
Some consider statistics to be a mathematical body of science pertaining to the collection, analysis, interpretation or explanation, and presentation of data, while others consider it a branch of mathematics concerned with collecting and interpreting data.
Some of the notable mathematical concepts named after Banach include Banach spaces, Banach algebras, the Banach – Tarski paradox, the Hahn – Banach theorem, the Banach – Steinhaus theorem, the Banach-Mazur game, the Banach – Alaoglu theorem and the Banach fixed-point theorem.
Some scientists think a more mathematical approach than philosophy is needed for a ToE, for instance Stephen Hawking wrote in A Brief History of Time that even if we had a ToE, it would necessarily be a set of equations.
Some derivation rules and formal languages are intended to capture mathematical reasoning ; the most common examples use first-order logic.
Some mathematicians, such as Carl Boyer, hold that Zeno's paradoxes are simply mathematical problems, for which modern calculus provides a mathematical solution.
Some CAD software is capable of dynamic mathematical modeling, in which case it may be marketed as CADD.
Some of the mathematical description work on curves was developed in the early 1940s by Robert Issac Newton from Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
Some mathematical theorems and axioms are referred to as laws because they provide logical foundation to empirical laws.
Some scientists think a more mathematical approach than philosophy is needed for a TOE, for instance Stephen Hawking wrote in A Brief History of Time that even if we had a TOE, it would necessarily be a set of equations.
Some of these are really coded mathematical problems, expressed using the geometry and pieces of the chessboard.
Some example are: Heidi Gilpin, who translates ideas — linguistic, mathematical or scientific — into an understanding that offers a common ground that facilitates interaction between her and world-famous choreographer Forsythe.
Some, such as plant structures and coastlines, may be so arbitrary as to defy traditional mathematical description – in which case they may be analyzed by differential geometry, or as fractals.
Some theories tend to focus on mathematical practice, and aim to describe and analyze the actual working of mathematicians as a social group.