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As symptomatic of the common man's malaise, he is most significant: a liberal and a Catholic, elected by the skin of his teeth.
The men who speculate on these institutions have, for the most part, come to at least one common conclusion: that many of the great enterprises and associations around which our democracy is formed are in themselves autocratic in nature, and possessed of power which can be used to frustrate the citizen who is trying to assert his individuality in the modern world ''.
Bridges, tunnels and ferries are the most common methods of river crossings.
Certain pianistic traits are common to all five Schnabelian renditions, most notably the `` Schnabel trill '' ( which differs from the conventional trill in that the two notes are struck simultaneously ).
The most common are the twist drill, the solid center shaft with interchangeable cutting blades, the double spur bit, and the power wood bit.
The common ultimate values, ends and goals fostered by religion are a most important factor.
There is a common problem behind most of these federal question and diversity cases.
The basic mystery of dreams, which embraces all the others and challenges us from even the most common typical dream, is in the fact that they are original, visual continuities.
One of the most common of camp maladies was diarrhoea.
the most common type of letter was that of soldier husbands to their wives.
The most common reference to `` wet stock '' was with the meanin' that such animals had been smuggled across the Rio Grande after bein' stolen from their rightful owners.
Today, as Harrison's Principles Of Internal Medicine, a standard internist's text, puts it, `` The most common form of malnutrition is caloric excess or obesity ''.
The most common method of presenting animation is as a motion picture or video program, although there are other methods.
Apollo's most common attributes were the bow and arrow.
When they tried to depict the most abiding qualities of men, it was because men had common roots with the unchanging gods.
The two most common systems are the classification adopted by the website AmphibiaWeb, University of California ( Berkeley ) and the classification by herpetologist Darrel Frost and the American Museum of Natural History, available as the online reference database Amphibian Species of the World.
The suborder Neobatrachia is by far the largest group and includes the remaining families of modern frogs, including most common species.
The analysis of variance has been studied from several approaches, the most common of which uses a linear model that relates the response to the treatments and blocks.
There are dozens of alphabets in use today, the most common being the Latin alphabet ( which was derived from the Greek ).
For most of these scripts, regardless of whether letters or diacritics are used, the most common tone is not marked, just as the most common vowel is not marked in Indic abugidas ; in Zhuyin not only is one of the tones unmarked, but there is a diacritic to indicate lack of tone, like the virama of Indic.

most and criticism
In light of the scholarly reappraisals engendered by the higher criticism this is a most remarkable statement, particularly coming from one who was well known for his antifundamentalist views.
most of the rest is medieval or humanist or part of an old tradition of social criticism.
Likely the most extreme criticism of the practice was given by Sun sports columnist John Steadman suggested that Baltimore forfeit any game where a fan shouts " O!
The most obvious criticism is the near identical nature of " political tutelage " and " constitutional democracy " which consisted of one party rule until the 1990s.
In later years, Hubbard decided that the psychiatric profession was the origin of all of the criticism of Dianetics, as he believed it secretly controlled most of the world's governments.
In late 1989 and early 1990, Mobutu was weakened by a series of domestic protests, by heightened international criticism of his regime's human rights practices, by a faltering economy, and by government corruption, most notably his massive embezzlement of government funds for personal use.
The most fundamental scientific criticism of the DSM concerns the validity and reliability of its diagnoses.
His style came under the most serious criticism for being static, rigid, and uniform throughout all his work.
" Allen took the financial loss and the criticism in stride, observing that most of the critics were clergymen, whose livelihood he was attacking.
The public debates in which Singer has received most criticism have been about second-hand smoke and global warming.
" However, most of the criticism is of the lack of actual special effects work, as most of it consists of stock footage from previous films, including Godzilla vs. Gigan and Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster, and a few pieces of effects work has garnered praise, specifically a scene where Megalon breaks through a dam and the draining of the lake.
Conversely on occasions he attracted criticism for dogmatically pursuing schemes favoured by the right of his party, notably the privatisation of British Rail, and for closing down most of the coal industry in advance of privatisation.
While before the advent of literary criticism most scholars considered the Testimonium entirely authentic, thereafter the number of supporters of full authenticity declined.
Probably the most famous and biting criticism came from Saul Lieberman.
The Platform attracted strong criticism from many sectors on the anarchist movement of the time including some of the most influential anarchists such as Voline, Errico Malatesta, Luigi Fabbri, Camillo Berneri, Max Nettlau, Alexander Berkman, Emma Goldman and Gregori Maximoff.
* the proper relationship between philosophical criticism and everyday life ( a pervasive theme explored most famously in the Republic )
The most common is the pupil's concert, which gives experience in playing in public and under a certain degree of pressure, without outright criticism or a more or less arbitrary marking system.
One of the most important early works dedicated to criticism of Machiavelli, especially The Prince, was that of the Huguenot, Innocent Gentillet, whose work commonly referred to as Discourse against Machiavelli or Anti Machiavel was published in Geneva in 1576.
However, none of this research and criticism was originally known to most of the English-language commentators, by function of the dates when they were writing and, to some extent, of the language in which it was written.
As the U. S. government remains the most active proponent of the " rogue state " expression, the term has received much criticism from those who disagree with U. S. foreign policy.
Up until the emergence of Pop Art, Surrealism can be seen to have been the single most important influence on the sudden growth in American arts, and even in Pop, some of the humor manifested in Surrealism can be found, often turned to a cultural criticism.
Another criticism of the software library was that most titles consisted of " shovelware ", in which a developer takes an existing title and adds minor new content ( usually a CD audio soundtrack, or video sequences ) while not expanding the original game itself.
Perhaps the most important criticism of this view is that, even granting its success against the argument from evil, it does nothing to undermine an ' argument from the absence of goodness ' which may be pushed instead, and so the response is only superficially successful.

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