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Stylistic evidence suggests that the poem ( with most of Plato's other alleged epigrams ) was actually written some time after Plato had died: its form is that of the Hellenistic erotic epigram, which did not become popular until after 300 BC.
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Stylistic and evidence
Stylistic evidence indicates that the extant text of Shakespeare's Measure for Measure was partly adapted by Middleton in 1621.
Stylistic analysis has also produced evidence that at least some scenes were written by Shakespeare.
Stylistic evidence indicates that the play was written by Shakespeare in collaboration with, or revised by, his successor, John Fletcher.
Stylistic and with
Stylistic features are a dignified elegance, which replaces monumentality, along with rich decorative colouring, elongated figures and flowing lines.
: Evidence: Stylistic tests place the composition of the play after Lear, Macbeth, and Antony and Cleopatra, and the form of the verse and imagery fit well with Timon, Antony, and Pericles.
Stylistic characteristics include lighter vocals with a " folk " timbre, livelier tempos, and instrumental interludes between verses.
Stylistic and other
Stylistic similarities between the Book of the Law and Crowley's other writings have also been noted.
Stylistic and was
Stylistic matters suggest that this was designed by and built under the direction of the master mason Reginald Ely, who was also at the same time erecting the original Old Court of King's College ( now part of the University Old Schools opposite Clare College ), and the start of King's College Chapel.
When Bill Gates officially launched the first Microsoft Tablet PC on November 7, 2002, he was carrying a Fujitsu Stylistic ST400 model.
In 1997, the Stylistic 100 was used aboard the space shuttle Columbia by astronaut Kalpana Chawla, to display data from the shuttle ’ s system about its location relative to earth.
The music was inspired by the artwork from the game ; Ashif Hakik, composer of the game's music, stated that " Stylistic influences came from a combination of instrument choices and musical character defined and inspired by the locales in the game, and similar composer works like Yoko Kanno and her work on Cowboy Bebop, Henry Mancini, and Carl Stalling.
Stylistic elements taken from German Expressionism are common today in films that do not need reference to real places such as science fiction films ( especially Ridley Scott's 1982 film Blade Runner and the many films influenced by it, was in itself influenced by Metropolis ).
The group's 2003 debut, So Stylistic, was released in the United States by Tommy Boy Records and featured the hit single, " Cameltoe ".
Stylistic and written
In literature and writing, Stylistic Elements are the use of any of a variety of techniques to give an auxiliary meaning, idea, or feeling to the literal or written.
Stylistic and time
Stylistic comparisons were often drawn between their sound and that of secular rock acts popular at the time such as Korn.
Stylistic and its
* J. Stuessy and S. D. Lipscomb ( 2008 ), Rock and Roll: its History and Stylistic Development ( 6 ed.
Stylistic features differ among speech communities based on factors such as the group's socioeconomic status, common interests and the level of formality expected within the group and by its larger society.
Stylistic and is
Stylistic indications ( e. g. ‘ informal ’ or ‘ vulgar ’) present in many modern dictionaries is considered less than objectively descriptive as well.
Stylistic and .
* Felicity Rash, 1996: " Rauhe Männer-Zarte Frauen: Linguistic and Stylistic Aspects of Gender Stereotyping in German Advertising Texts 1949-1959 " in The Web Journal of Modern Language Linguistics, Issue 1, 1996.
Stylistic drift, technological advancement, and political and territorial changes meant that a distinct style gradually resulted in the Greek cross plan in church architecture.
evidence and suggests
The evidence suggests that foreign peoples believe the United States is weaker than the Soviet Union, and is bound to fall still further behind in the years ahead.
Molecular analysis suggests that the frog – salamander divergence took place considerably earlier than the palaeontological evidence indicates.
The similarity of the Roman abacus to the Chinese one suggests that one could have inspired the other, as there is some evidence of a trade relationship between the Roman Empire and China.
However, some experimental evidence suggests astatine may have lower melting and boiling points than those implied by the halogen trend.
The present state of the evidence therefore suggests that their engravers and the Basilidians received the mystic name from a common source now unknown.
Some researchers state that the evidence-based approach to defining CAM is problematic because some CAM is tested, and research suggests that many mainstream medical techniques lack solid evidence.
William Prentice disagrees with both, noting that archeological evidence suggests that the Achaeans instead migrated from " southern Asia Minor to Greece, probably settling first in lower Thessaly " probably prior to 2000 BC.
Some evidence also suggests ACE inhibitors might increase inflammation-related pain, perhaps mediated by the buildup of bradykinin that accompanies ACE inhibition.
Some argue that, overall, the evidence suggests that antipsychotics only help if they are used selectively and are gradually withdrawn as soon as possible and have referred to the " Myth of the antipsychotic ".
Baseball Before We Knew It: A Search for the Roots of the Game ( 2005 ), by David Block, suggests that the game originated in England ; recently uncovered historical evidence supports this position.
It has long been believed that cricket also descended from such games, though evidence uncovered in early 2009 suggests that the sport may have been imported to England from Flanders .< ref >
Circumstantial evidence, such as the early settlement of Australia over 40, 000 years ago, and findings in Crete dated 130, 000 years ago, suggests that boats have been used since ancient times.
Archeological evidence suggests they lived in small villages, composed of six to 12 houses in the very fertile lands between the rivers, and lived by agriculture and cattle-raising.
While John the Baptist's use of a deep river for his baptism suggests immersion, pictorial and archaeological evidence of Christian baptism from the 3rd century onward indicates that a normal form was to have the candidate stand in water while water was poured over the upper body.
Brewing has taken place since around the 6th millennium BC, and archaeological evidence suggests that this technique was used in ancient Egypt.
By contrast most of the party's seats were won either due to the absence of a candidate from one of the other parties or in rural areas on the " Celtic fringe ", where local evidence suggests that economic ideas were at best peripheral to the electorate's concerns.
A few may be earlier, notably the one proposed for Old Scatness Broch in Shetland, where a sheep bone dating to 390 – 200 BC has been reported The other broch claimed to be substantially older than the 1st century BC is Crosskirk in Caithness, but a recent review of the evidence suggests that it cannot plausibly be assigned a date earlier than the 1st centuries BC / AD
He disappeared after 1888, but circumstantial evidence suggests that he died in the Great Hinckley Fire in 1894, although this remains impossible to substantiate.
Some evidence suggests that partial tolerance does develop, and " the memory impairment is limited to a narrow window within 90 minutes after each dose ".
This evidence suggests that some shareholders express their displeasure with a company by voting against its directors.
Most other anthropologists, however, oppose Wrangham, stating that archeological evidence suggests that cooking fires began in earnest only c. 250, 000 years ago, when ancient hearths, earth ovens, burnt animal bones, and flint appear across Europe and the Middle East.
Steven Weinberg and a number of string theorists ( see string landscape ) have used this as evidence for the anthropic principle, which suggests that the cosmological constant is so small because life ( and thus physicists, to make observations ) cannot exist in a universe with a large cosmological constant, but many people find this an unsatisfying explanation.
According to anthropologists Todd Sanders and Harry G. West, evidence suggests that a broad cross section of Americans today gives credence to at least some conspiracy theories.