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The most famous pair in the history of embu was Masuomi Nakano and Toshio Misaki whose embu was said to have impressed Doshin So.
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A similar tone of underlying futility and despair pervades the spy thrillers of Eric Ambler and dominates the most famous of all American mystery stories, Dashiell Hammett's The Maltese Falcon.
The most famous document that comes out of this dispute is perhaps Sir Philip Sidney's An Apologie For Poetrie, published in 1595.
The most surprising thing about the Twenty-second Congress of the Soviet Communist Party is that it is surprising -- perhaps quite as much, in its own way, as the Twentieth Congress of 1956, which ended with that famous `` secret '' report on Stalin.
The most unusual of them is the Ithaca 49 ( about $20, $5 for a saddle scabbard ) -- a lever-action single-shot patterned after the famous Winchester lever-action and featuring the Western look.
Colorado's Grand Canyon, probably the most famous landmark of the United States, can be the highpoint of your Western vacation.
One of the most damaging tsunami on record followed the famous Lisbon earthquake of November 1, 1755 ; ;
The most famous undergraduate of South Philadelphia High School is a current bobby-sox idol, Dreamboat Cacophonist Fabian ( real name: Fabian Forte ), 17, and last week it developed that he will remain an undergraduate for a while.
The 1858 senate campaign featured the seven Lincoln – Douglas debates of 1858, the most famous political debates in American history.
The most famous work of Algerian cinema is probably that of Mohammed Lakhdar-Hamina, Chronicle of the Years of Fire, which won the palme d ' Or at the Cannes film festival in the year 1975.
The most famous such organism is Amoeba proteus ; the name amoeba is variously used to describe its close relatives, other organisms similar to it, or the amoeboids in general.
Aldous Leonard Huxley ( 26 July 1894 – 22 November 1963 ) was an English writer and one of the most prominent members of the famous Huxley family.
Significantly, Huxley also worked for a time in the 1920s at the technologically advanced Brunner and Mond chemical plant in Billingham, Teesside, and the most recent introduction to his famous science fiction novel Brave New World ( 1932 ) states that this experience of " an ordered universe in a world of planless incoherence " was one source for the novel.
Milne is most famous for his two Pooh books about a boy named Christopher Robin after his son, Christopher Robin Milne, and various characters inspired by his son's stuffed animals, most notably the bear named Winnie-the-Pooh.
Probably the oldest, and most famous, list of axioms are the 4 + 1 Euclid's postulates of plane geometry.
Conium maculatum has been used as a sedative and in treatments for arthritis and asthma in addition to its most famous use: as a “ humane ” method of killing criminals and philosophers.
Miss Marple, another of Christie ’ s most famous characters, shares these characteristics of careful deduction though the attention paid to the small clues.
Along with Miss Marple, Poirot is one of Christie's most famous and long-lived characters, appearing in 33 novels, one play, and more than 50 short stories published between 1920 and 1975 and set in the same era.
Like Agatha Christie, she isn't overly fond of the detective she is most famous for creating – in Ariadne's case the Finnish sleuth Sven Hjerson.
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Volta had determined that the most effective pair of dissimilar metals to produce electricity was zinc and silver.
After a rough start, which included a brawl between Michael Barrett and Carlos Zambrano, the Cubs overcame the Milwaukee Brewers, who had led the division for most of the season, with winning streaks in June and July, coupled with a pair of dramatic, late-inning wins against the Reds, and ultimately clinched the NL Central with a record of 85 – 77.
In most foxes, and in many of the true dogs, a male and female pair work together to hunt and to raise their young.
The reason for the name is that most beetles have two pairs of wings, the front pair, the " elytra ", being hardened and thickened into a sheath-like, or shell-like, protection for the rear pair, and for the rear part of the beetle's body.
Its most notable feature are its long, narrow, upcurved jaws with a pointed tip, making the animal look like a pair of flying tweezers.
At the other extreme, many entry level kits are sold complete with two cymbal stands, most often one straight and one boom, and some even with a standard cymbal pack, a stool and a pair of drum sticks.
Due to the ubiquity of Ethernet, the ever-decreasing cost of the hardware needed to support it, and the reduced panel space needed by twisted pair Ethernet, most manufacturers now build Ethernet interfaces directly into PC motherboards, eliminating the need for installation of a separate network card.
The most common forms used are 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, and 1000BASE-T. All three utilize twisted pair cables and 8P8C modular connectors.
The most common, though also most harmless case was various irritating skin rashes, which were called älvablåst ( elven blow ) and could be cured by a forceful counter-blow ( a handy pair of bellows was most useful for this purpose ).
* Adagio skating, a form of pair skating most commonly seen in ice shows, where the skaters perform many acrobatic lifts but few or none of the other elements which competitive pairs must perform.
Smith is most known for his View Askewniverse films, the flagship film being Clerks, which focused on a pair of bored, twenty-something convenience store clerks in New Jersey circa 1994 ; Linklater's Slacker similarly explored young adult characters who were more interested in philosophizing than settling with a long-term career and family ; Solondz ' Welcome to the Dollhouse touched upon themes of school bullying, school violence, teen drug use, peer pressure and broken or dysfunctional families, mostly set in a junior high school environment during the early to mid-1990s.
The pair form a bond, and Maude slowly shows Harold the pleasures of art and music ( Harold is taught to play banjo ), and teaches him how to " the most of his time on earth.
Marlow forces the pilgrim in " pink pyjamas " to take the wheel so that he can shed his blood soaked shoes, and while flinging the pair overboard, he is hit with a rush of thoughts ; thinking he would never have a chance to hear Kurtz talk, as he is most likely dead-then submits: " Of course I was wrong.
By the time Aaron retired, he and his brother held the record for most career home runs by a pair of siblings ( 768 ).
There are several patterns of clutch used to support the top cymbal, but the most common uses a knurled collar that is part threaded below the cymbal, and a pair of knurled rings above it.
In its compounds, indium most commonly loses its three outermost electrons, becoming indium ( III ) ions, In < sup > 3 +</ sup >, but in some cases the pair of 5s-electrons can stay within the atom, indium thus oxidized only to indium ( I ), In < sup >+</ sup >.
The most sophisticated command was XTHL, which was used for exchanging the register pair HL with the value stored at the address indicated by the stack pointer.
Their most common social unit is that of a monogamous pair which defends its territory from other pairs by vigorously chasing intruding rivals and marking landmarks around the territory with their urine and feces.
The most common type of laser uses feedback from an optical cavity — a pair of mirrors on either end of the gain medium.
ARCNET, Token Ring and other technology standards have been used in the past, but Ethernet over twisted pair cabling, and Wi-Fi are the two most common technologies currently used to build LANs.
Delocalization — bonding that involves more than one pair of atoms held together by one pair of electrons — is most familiar from the example of benzene C < sub > 6 </ sub > H < sub > 6 </ sub >, where six electrons from six carbon atoms are engaged in joint aromatic bonding.