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The primary reason for the abandonment of the `` shore occupied by '' thesis has been the assimilation and accumulation of archaeological evidence, the most striking feature of early English studies in this century.
In the end, however, the thing about this performance that is most striking is the way it sings.
The most striking feature is the existence of two great lines of depression, due largely to the subsidence of whole segments of the Earth's crust, the lowest parts of which are occupied by vast lakes.
During the period which intervened between commencing operations at Possagno and his decease, he executed or finished some of his most striking works.
This difference most obviously manifests itself in the case of a fluid striking an object.
One of the most striking items is a glass mosaic exhibition piece, designed by Briggs himself and entitled " Sulphur Crested Cockatoos ".
The most striking features of the local terrain are valleys and mountains which measure up to 2386 m in height.
In a letter to Bishop Maximilian of Syracuse, Gregory states his intention for his Dialogues, saying they are a kind of floretum ( an anthology, literally, ‘ flowers ’) of the most striking miracles of Italian holy men.
The film's most striking quality is its extensive use of the split-screen.
Many questions remain unanswered — most importantly, it is not clear why the couple split up — but Catullus's poems about the relationship display striking depth and psychological insight.
Although Connecticut is a wealthy state by most measures, the income gap between its urban and suburban areas is striking, with several of Connecticut's cities ranking among the nation's poorest and most dangerous.
A search of historical observations revealed that the spots were probably the most prominent transient features ever seen on the planet, and that while the Great Red Spot is notable for its striking color, no spots of the size and darkness of those caused by the SL9 impacts have ever been recorded before.
The most striking examples of diffraction are those involving light ; for example, the closely spaced tracks on a CD or DVD act as a diffraction grating to form the familiar rainbow pattern seen when looking at a disk.
It has also made for some of the most striking disparities to be seen anywhere in Britain: luxury executive flats constructed alongside run-down public housing estates.
Next day the National Assembly of France issued a decree expressing their great sorrow on account of his death ; and the public funeral on 7 July was one of the most striking spectacles of its kind.
According to the Jewish Encyclopedia, the large number of people claimed to have been killed by the Jews is an improbability ; " Perhaps the most striking point against the historical value of the Book of Esther is the remarkable decree permitting the Jews to massacre their enemies and fellow subjects during a period of two days.
The most striking examples of fluorescence occur when the absorbed radiation is in the ultraviolet region of the spectrum, and thus invisible to the human eye, and the emitted light is in the visible region.
One of the most striking 20th century changes of the human intellectual environment has come from the increase of exposure to many types of visual media.
" The most striking example of an elaborate classification according to craft is found in the metal-workers: the farriers, knife-makers, locksmiths, chain-forgers, nail-makers, often formed separate and distinct corporations ; the armourers were divided into helmet-makers, escutcheon-makers, harness-makers, harness-polishers, etc.
Grappling does not typically include striking or most commonly the use of weapons, however some grappling disciplines teach tactics that include strikes and weapons either alongside grappling or as part of it.
One of the most striking characteristics of German-Nordic heraldry is the treatment of the crest.
Perhaps the most striking example is the Athenian king Erechtheus, whom Poseidon killed for choosing Athena over him as the city's patron god.
The most striking aspect of this early town was a massive stone wall over 3. 6 metres high, and 1. 8 metres wide at the base.

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The most appalling aspect of Krim's piece is his reflection of the beat aesthetic.
The most intriguing aspect of the S & W Magnum chambered for the new Jet is that it can also fire standard
A third aspect, and probably the one open to most controversy, is the results of the election.
This latter assumption will permit us to center attention on the most controversial aspect of modern public utility cost analysis -- the distinction among costs that are functions of outputs of the same service measured along different dimensions.
I am prepared to demonstrate at anytime that it represents the spirit of Imperial Russia in its most vulgar, infantile, and reactionary aspect ; ;
What in some ways was the most important aspect was the impact individually on the millions who constituted the nation.
Even as his works dropped from performance, and he wrote no new operas after 1804, he still remained one of the most important and sought after teachers of his generation and his influence was felt in every aspect of Vienna's musical life.
The most controversial aspect of BCG is the variable efficacy found in different clinical trials that appears to depend on geography.
" Theorist Basil Liddell Hart considered that the most important aspect of the operation was the degree to which the Ottoman commanders were first denied intelligence on the British preparations for the attack through British air superiority, and then crippled by air attacks on their headquarters and telephone exchanges, paralysing their attempts to react to the rapidly deteriorating situation.
Perhaps the most important aspect of Army 2020 is that the Territorial Army will become " fully integrated " with the Regular Army and " better prepared " for overseas deployments and operations.
As Max Velmans and Susan Schneider wrote in The Blackwell Companion to Consciousness: " Anything that we are aware of at a given moment forms part of our consciousness, making conscious experience at once the most familiar and most mysterious aspect of our lives.
The most discomforting aspect of this paradox is that the effect is instantaneous so that something that happens in one galaxy could cause an instantaneous change in another galaxy.
It serves as the most abstract formal expression of the non-perceptual aspect of rendering.
However, as the matching process is the most difficult aspect of census estimation this has never been implemented for a national enumeration.
Until about 2003, most computer monitors had a 4: 3 aspect ratio and some had 5: 4.
In 2008 16: 10 became the most common sold aspect ratio for LCD monitors and the same year 16: 10 was the mainstream standard for laptops and notebooks.
Like most other types of subpixel rendering, ClearType actually involves a compromise, sacrificing one aspect of image quality ( color or chrominance detail ) for another ( light and dark or luminance detail ).
Although the wind up sets the tone for the entire throw, the rhythm of the throw is the most important aspect.
The most important aspect of the Treaty relating to the Dolchstoßlegende was the War Guilt Clause ( Kriegsschuldklausel ), which forced Germany to accept complete responsibility for the hostilities.
In practice, the collection of true and timely actual cost data can be the most difficult aspect of EVM.
Raw casting is perhaps the most dangerous aspect of the Earthdawn magic system.
The most important aspect of this was that such shots involved having the sun light the scene from behind, and this approach was extended by using the reflected sunlight from a white surface below the camera to light up the shadow on the actors faces from the front.
The most fundamental aspectual distinction, represented in many languages, is between perfective aspect and imperfective aspect.

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