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It celebrates the unknown architect who designed the temple of Neptune at Paestum, next to the Parthenon the noblest example of Grecian classic style now in existence.
Dashiell Hammett's Red Harvest provides a classic example of this theme.
Groucho Marx's classic joke depends on a grammatical ambiguity for its humor, for example: " Last night I shot an elephant in my pajamas.
The classic example, considered by their American counterparts quite curious, was the maintenance of the internal comma in a British organisation of secret agents called the " Special Operations, Executive "" S. O., E "which is not found in histories written after about 1960.
A classic example is the evolution of a fourth cusp in the mammalian tooth.
A classic example of this is the replacement of the non-avian dinosaurs with mammals at the end of the Cretaceous, and of brachiopods by bivalves at the Permo-Triassic boundary.
Rice ( Oryza sativa ) is a classic example.
The school's main building, in white marble, is a classic example of Indo-Saracenic architecture.
Some games ( chess being the classic example ) are perfect information games: every player has complete information on the state of the game.
The classic distribution is Müller's version 2, containing a compiler for the Amiga, an interpreter, example programs, and a readme document.
* A battle of envelopment involves an attack on one or both flanks ; the classic example being the double-envelopment of the Battle of Cannae.
The classic example is Franz Liszt's famous Hungarian Rhapsodies for piano, which he based on popular art songs performed by Romani bands of the time.
The classic example involves placing a spot of coloring on the skin or fur near the individual's forehead and seeing if they attempt to remove it or at least touch the spot, thus indicating that they recognize that the individual they are seeing in the mirror is themselves.
For example, the Marx Brothers ' classic film Duck Soup, at the climax of the film, the camera shows a shot of Groucho Marx speaking a line, followed by a shot of something else happening, followed by another shot of Groucho.
A classic example is the way that shadows ' hug ' the corners of rooms.
A classic example of open loop control is a washing machine that runs through a pre-determined cycle without the use of sensors.
The classic example of this is the difference between square pyramidal and trigonal bipyramidal structures.
There is a presumption in the classic example of a definition that the definiens can be stated.
A classic example is an earthquake that causes a tsunami, resulting in coastal flooding.
A classic example would be a distillation involving the distillate travelling from one glass bulb to another, without the need for a condenser separating the two chambers.
A classic example of denaturing in proteins comes from egg whites, which are largely egg albumins in water.
Virgil's opening line for the Aeneid is a classic example of Latin hexameter:
Although the term " dominatrix " was not used, the classic example in literature of the female dominant-male submissive relationship is portrayed in the 1870 novella Venus in Furs by Austrian writer Leopold von Sacher-Masoch.
During Misskelley's trial, Dr. Richard Ofshe, an expert on false confessions and police coercion and Professor of Sociology at UC Berkeley, testified that the brief recording of Misskelley's interrogation was a " classic example " of police coercion.
A notable example is Heinrich von Kleist's classic novella, The Earthquake in Chile, which describes the destruction of Santiago in 1647.

classic and is
This is puzzling to an outsider conscious of the classic tradition of liberalism, because it is clear that these Democrats who are left-of-center are at opposite poles from the liberal Jefferson, who held that the best government was the least government.
The central concern of Erich Auerbach's impressive volume called Mimesis is to describe the shift from a classic theory of imitation ( based upon a recognition of levels of truth ) to a Christian theory of imitation in which the levels are dissolved.
It is only then that the ancient habits of feeling and the classic orderings of material and psychological experience were abandoned.
The third Act of Faust 2, is a formal celebration of the union between the Germanic and the classic, between the spirit of Euripides and that of romantic drama.
Faust rescuing Helen from Menelaus' vengeance is the genius of renaissance Europe restoring to life the classic tradition.
There is, of course, nothing new about dystopias, for they belong to a literary tradition which, including also the closely related satiric utopias, stretches from at least as far back as the eighteenth century and Swift's Gulliver's Travels to the twentieth century and Zamiatin's We, Capek's War With The Newts, Huxley's Brave New World, E. M. Forster's `` The Machine Stops '', C. S. Lewis's That Hideous Strength, and Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four, and which in science fiction is represented before the present deluge as early as Wells's trilogy, The Time Machine, `` A Story Of The Days To Come '', and When The Sleeper Wakes, and as recently as Jack Williamson's `` With Folded Hands '' ( 1947 ), the classic story of men replaced by their own robots.
The latest and, significantly, greatest fruit of this theatrical vine is The, an adaptation of Basho's classic frog-haiku by Roger Entwhistle, a former University of Maryland chemistry instructor.
The classic case is Railroad Commission v. Pullman.
The statement also points to a classic paradox: The more men turn toward God, who is not only in himself the paradigm of all unity but also the only ground on which human unity can ultimately be established, the more men splinter into groups and set themselves apart from one another.
More than a beautiful visualization of the illustrious adventures and escapades of the tragi-comic knight-errant and his squire, Sancho Panza, in seventeenth-century Spain, this inevitably abbreviated rendering of the classic satire on chivalry is an affectingly warm and human exposition of character.
Yet there is the classic case of the Gershwins' `` The Man I Love ''.
The new `` School For Wives '' was interpreted according to a principle that is becoming increasingly common in the playing of classic comedy -- the idea of turning some obviously ludicrous figure into a tragic character.
Instead of her old confidence in the simplest, purest, most moving musical expression, Miss Schwarzkopf is letting herself be tempted by the classic sin of artistic pride -- that subtle vanity that sometimes misleads a great artist into thinking that he or she can somehow better the music by bringing to it something extra, some personal dramatic touch imposed from the outside.
" Österreichische Kanzleisprache " is now used less and less, thanks to various administrative reforms which have led to there being fewer of the classic civil servants, the Beamter.
The Plague is considered an existentialist classic despite Camus ' objection to the label.
The classic work of Jewish mysticism whose origins date back 2000 years, the Zohar, is quoted liberally in all Jewish learning ; in the Zohar the idea of reincarnation is mentioned repeatedly.
The Enquiry is widely regarded as a classic in modern philosophical literature.
Charles Dickens ' David Copperfield is another such classic, and J. D.

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