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nor is there need to add that among them are some of the most highly individualized and most successful of his characters.
This work will cover the most serious one-fourth of all land needing such treatment, and will consist of burning 250,000 acres of highly hazardous debris concentration, felling snags on 350,000 acres of high lightning-occurrence areas, prescribed burning on 3.5 million acres, removing roadside fuel on 39,000 acres, and clearing and maintaining 11,000 miles of firebreaks.
Fing, a lean, chiseled, impeccable gentleman of the old school who was once mistaken on the street for Sir Cedric Hardwicke, is responsible for the rediscovery of Verdi's earliest, most raucous opera, Nabisco, a sumptuous bout-de-souffle with a haunting leitmotiv that struck me as being highly reminiscent of the Mudugno version of `` Volare ''.
Whereas the usual organic surface-active agent is strongly sorbed at oil - water interfaces, the highly charged ions are most strongly sorbed at interfaces between water and insoluble materials exhibiting an ionic structure ( see Table 26-2 on p. 1678 ).
The most striking aspect of the interaction demonstrated is the marked decrement in performance suffered by the highly anxious children in unstructured schools.
Taking alienation as a dependent variable, with what socio-structural factors is it most highly associated??
Instead -- and not just to prove my objectivity -- I hasten to report that it's a highly amusing film which probably does a fairly accurate job of reporting on the Easter vacation shenanigans of collegians down in Fort Lauderdale, and that it seems to come to grips quite honestly with the moral problem that most commonly vexes youngsters in this age group -- that is to say, sex.
Asphalt or or, also known as bitumen, is the sticky, black and highly viscous liquid or semi-solid present in most crude petroleums and in some natural deposits ; it is a substance classed as a pitch.
For most speakers ( even native speakers ), this form of the language is generally difficult to understand, as it contains many highly specialised terms for diplomatic, internal, official, and military matters.
The most commonly used physical therapy interventions for cerebellar ataxia are vestibular habituation, proprioceptive neurofaciliation, Frenkel exercises, and balance training ; however, therapy is often highly individualized and gait and coordination training are large components of therapy.
It ranks highly in terms of liveability, being listed in the Top 10 of The Economist's World's Most Liveable Cities index in 2010 and being ranked the most liveable city in Australia by the Property Council of Australia in 2011 and again in 2012.
Much of the most highly prized amber is transparent, in contrast to the very common cloudy amber and opaque amber.
Perhaps the most unusual thing about the privately operated buses is the fact that they are all highly decorated and personalized, with decaling and home made interior designs that range from comic book scenes, to erotic themes, and even to " Hello Kitty " themes.
Alberta's economy is a highly developed one in which most people work in services such as healthcare, government, or retail.
It is now appreciated that most or all gene loci are highly polymorphic, with multiple alleles, whose frequencies vary from population to population, and that a great deal of genetic variation is hidden in the form of alleles that do not produce obvious phenotypic differences.
His highly influenced style which incorporated Italianate lighting from Jan Both, broken brush technique and atonality from Jan van Goyen, and his ever-developing style from his father Jacob Gerritsz Cuyp was studied acutely by his most prominent follower, Abraham van Calraet.
In these situations, arbitrageurs may receive margin calls, after which they would most likely be forced to liquidate part of the position at a highly unfavorable moment and suffer a loss.
Marcus Amerman, Choctaw, one of today's most celebrated bead artists, pioneered a movement of highly realistic beaded portraits.
Historical " bronzes " are highly variable in composition, as most metalworkers probably used whatever scrap was on hand ; the metal of the 12th century English Gloucester Candlestick is bronze containing a mixture of copper, zinc, tin, lead, nickel, iron, antimony, arsenic with an unusually large amount of silver – between 22. 5 % in the base and 5. 76 % in the pan below the candle.
It relates that certain Jews coming to Syria and Salamis, where Barnabas was then preaching the gospel, being highly exasperated at his extraordinary success, fell upon him as he was disputing in the synagogue, dragged him out, and, after the most inhumane tortures, stoned him to death.
A collection of immense importance, the holdings of Assyrian, Babylonian and Sumerian antiquities are among the most comprehensive in the world with entire suites of rooms panelled in alabaster bas-reliefs from highly important sites between the rivers Euphrates and Tigris and include the biblical cities of Nimrud, Nineveh and Khorsabad.
The play received glowing reviews in all the British broadsheets, including The Times: " The Tricycle's latest recreation of a major inquiry is its most devastating "; The Daily Telegraph: " I can't praise this enthralling production too highly ... exceptionally gripping courtroom drama "; and The Independent: " A necessary triumph ".
Carnassials are most highly developed in the Felidae and the least developed in the Ursidae.
This template was to be followed in many subsequent campaigns, including Fungi from Yuggoth ( later known as Curse of Cthulhu and Day of the Beast ), Spawn of Azathoth, and possibly the most highly acclaimed, Masks of Nyarlathotep.

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Out of many factors which might be cited, five are most important: 1.
Posthumously, he was named " Asian of the Century " in the " Arts, Literature, and Culture " category by AsianWeek magazine and CNN, cited as " one of the people who contributed most to the betterment of Asia in the past 100 years ".
Perhaps the most comprehensive review of agate chemistry is a recent text by Moxon cited below.
Agathocles was cited as from the lowest, most abject condition of life and as an example of “ those who by their crimes come to be princes ” in Chapter VIII of Niccolò Machiavelli ’ s treatise on politics, The Prince ( 1513 ).
Daniel Berlyne created the field of experimental aesthetics in the 1970s, for which he is still the most cited individual decades after his death.
The work became one of — if not the mostcited papers in the history of psychological testing and intelligence research.
Beowulf (; in Old English or ) is the conventional title of an Old English heroic epic poem consisting of 3182 alliterative long lines, set in Scandinavia, commonly cited as one of the most important works of Anglo-Saxon literature.
The definition of rapid cycling most frequently cited in the literature ( including the DSM ) is that of Dunner and Fieve: at least four major depressive, manic, hypomanic or mixed episodes are required to have occurred during a 12-month period.
One of the most cited explanations in official inquiries as to the loss of any aircraft or vessel is human error.
It is commonly cited as one of the most dangerous mental states in psychiatry.
Some of the more recognized names in cognitive science are usually either the most controversial or the most cited.
Of the three, the Third Law is the best known and most widely cited.
Love has mentioned an array of artists as being influences throughout her career, and has most often cited new wave and post-punk musicians.
The early personages most cited for propounding composting within farming are for the German-speaking world Rudolf Steiner, founder of a farming method called biodynamics, and Annie Francé-Harrar, who was appointed on behalf of the government in Mexico and supported the country 1950 – 1958 to set up a large humus organization in the fight against erosion and soil degradation.
Perhaps the most cited explanation is that " chocolate " comes from Nahuatl, the language of the Aztecs, from the word chocolātl, which many sources derived from xocolātl, from xococ ' sour ' or ' bitter ', and ātl ' water ' or ' drink '.
The most frequently cited example — although it is almost never employed by current users — involves the replacement of " stairs " with the rhyming phrase " apples and pears ".
Examples cited are Ruth and her mother-in-law Naomi, Daniel and the court official Ashpenaz, and, most famously, David and King Saul's son Jonathan.
The most commonly cited duopoly is that between Visa and Mastercard, who between them control a large proportion of the electronic payment processing market.
One of the most cited works in this area, Chi et al.
The film now most commonly cited as the first " true " film noir is Stranger on the Third Floor ( 1940 ), directed by Latvian-born, Soviet-trained Boris Ingster.
The most popularly cited models are the Duchess of Alba, with whom Goya was sometimes thought to have had an affair, and Pepita Tudó, mistress of Manuel de Godoy ; Godoy subsequently owned them.
According to CiteSeer, Ian Clarke's " Freenet: A Distributed Anonymous Information Storage and Retrieval System " was the most cited computer science paper of 2000.
P52 is small, and although a plausible reconstruction can be attempted for most of the fourteen lines represented, the proportion of the text of the Gospel of John for which it provides a direct witness is so small that it is rarely cited in textual debate.

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