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In any case `` here in their judgment conditions require '' ( italics added ) they would `` form interim governmental authorities broadly representative of all democratic elements in the population and pledged to the earliest possible establishment through free elections of governments responsive to the will of the people ''.
With the Prior Analytics, Aristotle is credited with the earliest study of formal logic, and his conception of it was the dominant form of Western logic until 19th century advances in mathematical logic.
The earliest attested form of the name is the Mycenaean Greek feminine noun a-re-ka-sa-da-ra ( transliterated as Alexandra ), written in Linear B syllabic script.
The earliest form of Australian English was first spoken by the children of the colonists born into the colony of New South Wales.
" The earliest attested form of the name is the Mycenaean Greek a-re, written in Linear B syllabic script.
The earliest use of the place name was in 1248 ( in the form Arowe ), and probably referred to the settlement in the area before the founding of the city.
The earliest attested form of the name is the Mycenaean Greek a-re-ka-sa-da-ra, written in Linear B syllabic script.
In its earliest form, the brain appears as three swellings at the front end of the neural tube ; these swellings eventually become the forebrain, midbrain, and hindbrain ( the prosencephalon, mesencephalon, and rhombencephalon, respectively ).
The term epískopos was not from the earliest times clearly distinguished from the term presbýteros (" elder ", " senior ", nowadays used to signify a priest ), but the term was already clearly used in the sense of the order or office of bishop, distinct from that of priest in the writings of Ignatius of Antioch ( died c. 108 ), and sources from the middle of the 2nd century undoubtedly set forth that all the chief centres of Christianity recognized and had the office of bishop, using a form of organization that remained universal until the Protestant Reformation.
It should be noted, that this earliest form of modern boxing was very different.
The usual form of baptism among the earliest Christians was for the naked candidate to be immersed totally ( submersion ) or partially ( standing or kneeling in water while water was poured on him or her ).
The earliest parts of the book are possibly chapters 2 – 11, the story of the conquest ; more certain is that this section was then incorporated into an early form of Joshua that was part of then original Deuteronomistic history, written late in the reign of king Josiah ( reigned 640 – 609 BCE ); it seems clear that the book was not completed until after the fall of Jerusalem to the Babylonians in 586, and possibly not until after the return from the Babylonian exile late in the 6th century.
The earliest example we have of a recognisable ballad in form in England is ‘ Judas ’ in a 13th-century manuscript.
The earliest bestiary in the form in which it was later popularized was an anonymous 2nd century Greek volume called the Physiologus, which itself summarized ancient knowledge and wisdom about animals in the writings of classical authors such as Aristotle's Historia Animalium and various works by Herodotus, Pliny the Elder, Solinus, Aelian and other naturalists.
Skeat “… in at least three cases and probably in all, in the form of codices " and he theorized that this form of notebook was invented in Rome and then “… must have spread rapidly to the Near East …” In his discussion of one of the earliest pagan parchment codices to survive from Oxyrhynchus in Egypt, Eric Turner seems to challenge Skeat ’ s notion when stating “… its mere existence is evidence that this book form had a prehistory ” and that “ early experiments with this book form may well have taken place outside of Egypt .” Early codices of parchment or papyrus appear to have been widely used as personal notebooks, for instance in recording copies of letters sent ( Cicero Fam.
The earliest descriptions of a global communications network came long before the World Wide Web entered popular awareness, though not before traditional science-fiction writers such as Arthur C. Clarke and some social commentators such as James Burke began predicting that such networks would eventually form.
The earliest attested form of the word κύμινον ( kuminon ) is the Mycenaean Greek ku-mi-no, written in Linear B syllabic script.
According to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Mohist consequentialism, dating back to the 5th century BCE, is the " world's earliest form of consequentialism, a remarkably sophisticated version based on a plurality of intrinsic goods taken as constitutive of human welfare.
However, the earliest known civilizations had codes of law, containing both civil and penal rules mixed together, though not always in recorded form.
All the earliest English criminal trials involved wholly extraordinary and arbitrary courts without any settled law to apply, whereas the civil ( delictual ) law operated in a highly developed and consistent manner ( except where a King wanted to raise money by selling a new form of writ ).
In his Manual of Geology, 1863, Dana says " The continents and oceans had their general outline or form defined in earliest time.
The earliest attested form of the word is the Mycenaean Greek se-ri-no, written in Linear B syllabic script.

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The earliest reported example of this musical form is the song " Kalenda Maya ", supposedly written by the troubadour Raimbaut de Vaqueiras ( 1180-1207 ) to the melody of an estampida played by French jongleurs.
Aside from the voice, flutes are the earliest known musical instruments.
These flutes demonstrate that a developed musical tradition existed from the earliest period of modern human presence in Europe.
The hard rock band KISS was also one of his earliest grade school musical influences and his shows often reflected this.
The earliest and largest collection of prehistoric musical instruments was found in China and dates back to between 7000 and 6600 BC.
The earliest material and representational evidence of Egyptian musical instruments dates to the Predynastic period, but the evidence is more securely attested in the Old Kingdom when harps, flutes and double clarinets were played.
The Journal of Religion and Theatre notes that among the earliest forms of litany, " Hebrew litany was accompanied by a rich musical tradition :"
Among Agricola's other theoretical works is Musica instrumentalis deudsch ( 1529 ), a study of musical instruments, and one of the most important works in early organology ; and one of the earliest books on the Rudiments of music.
" By the middle of the 9th century, however, a form of neumatic notation began to develop in monasteries in Europe as a mnemonic device for Gregorian chant, using symbols known as neumes ; the earliest surviving musical notation of this type is in the Musica disciplina of Aurelian of Réôme, from about 850.
One of Moog's earliest musical customers was Wendy Carlos, whom he credits with providing feedback valuable to further development.
One of the earliest explicit descriptions of the instrument, including its tuning, was in the Epitome musical by Jambe de Fer, published in Lyon in 1556.
It was not until the publication of Rameau's ' Traité de l ' harmonie ' ( Treatise on Harmony ) in 1722 that any text discussing musical practice made use of the term in the title, though that work is not the earliest record of theoretical discussion of the topic.
It was the studio's second feature-length musical, and one of the earliest ventures into the talkie format.
Around 1893, Ravel created his earliest compositions, and he was introduced by his father to the café pianist Erik Satie, whose distinctive personality and unorthodox musical experiments proved influential.
" Clark Humphrey, editor of Desperate Times, cites this as the earliest use of the term to refer to a Seattle band, and mentions that Bruce Pavitt of Sub Pop popularized the term as a musical label in 1987 – 88, using it on several occasions to describe Green River.
The many finds of bronze from this era include beautiful religious artifacts and musical instruments, and provide the earliest evidence of social classes and stratification.
One of the most famous Bolden numbers is a song called " Funky Butt " ( known later as " Buddy Bolden's Blues "), which represents one of the earliest references to the concept of " funk " in popular music, now a musical subgenre unto itself.
However, in the same article cited above, Bailey contends that free improvisation must have been the earliest musical style, because " mankind's first musical performance couldn't have been anything other than a free improvisation.
This earliest question mark was a decoration of one of these dots, with the " lightning flash " perhaps meant to denote intonation ( or a tilde or titlo, named after the Latin word titulus, as in “ ·~ ”, like those wavy and more or less slanted marks used in lots of medieval texts for denoting various things such as abbreviations, and that would become later various diacritics or ligatures or modified letters used in the Latin script ), and perhaps associated with early musical notation like neumes.
The earliest musical adaptation of the play was an anonymous ballad farce based on Charles Johnson's Cobbler of Preston ( 1716 ).
In his earliest parts he acted in a string of " mediocre " films, including swashbucklers, westerns, light comedies, sports films, and a musical.
The Journal of Religion and Theatre notes that among the earliest forms of litany, " Hebrew litany was accompanied by a rich musical tradition :"
Some of the earliest successes came from folk clubs, where performers such as Billy Connolly, Mike Harding and Jasper Carrott started as relatively straight musical acts whose between-song banter developed into complete comedy routines.

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