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The once common " Orientalist " approach, with its the image of a sensuous, inscrutable, and wholly spiritual India, has died out in serious scholarship.
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Milton was to act as the archfool, the supreme wit, the lightly bantering pater, Pater Liber, who could at once trip lightly over that which deserved such treatment, or could at will annihilate the common enemies of the college gathering, and with words alone.
The apparatus used by gymnasts was once a common sight in American gyms, but about 1930 it was dropped in favor of games.
However, the availability of commercially farmed abalone has allowed more common consumption of this once rare delicacy.
The memory of the Atanasoff – Berry Computer was a pair of drums, each containing 1600 capacitors that rotated on a common shaft once per second.
This divergence between American English and British English once caused George Bernard Shaw to say that the United States and United Kingdom are " two countries divided by a common language "; a similar comment is ascribed to Winston Churchill.
Records of Classical boxing activity disappeared after the fall of the Western Roman Empire when the wearing of weapons became common once again and interest in fighting with the fists waned.
In the history of cryptography, codes were once common for ensuring the confidentiality of communications, although ciphers are now used instead.
Pen-based plotters were an alternate printing technology once common in engineering and architectural firms.
A common position, once agreed, is binding on all EU states who must follow and defend the policy, which is regularly revised.
Cities would grow in importance and Brazilian people could finally get the permission to manufacture common products once imported from Portugal, like glass.
Some bets are listed more than once below – the most common payout in North American casinos is listed first, followed by other known variants.
Sichuan ( spelled Szechuan in the once common Postal Romanization ), is a style of Chinese cuisine originating in the Sichuan Province of southwestern China famed for bold flavors, particularly the pungency and spiciness resulting from liberal use of garlic and chili peppers, as well as the unique flavour of the Sichuan peppercorn ( 花椒, huājiāo ) and zhitianjiao ( 指天椒, zhǐtiānjiāo ).
Polygyny, or men having multiple wives at once, is one of the most common marital arrangements represented in the Old Testament, yet scholars doubt that it was common among average Israelites because of the wealth needed to practice it.
The simple checksums described above fail to detect some common errors that affect many bits at once, such as changing the order of data words, or inserting or deleting words with all bits set to zero.
A sizzle cymbal thinner and larger than the main ride was once common as a second ride or crash / ride even in a four-piece kit but is now less so.
Electronic music was once associated almost exclusively with Western art music but from the late 1960s on the availability of affordable music technology meant that music produced using electronic means became increasingly common in the popular domain.
The battery is a versatile and very common power source which is ideally suited to many applications, but its energy storage is finite, and once discharged it must be disposed of or recharged.
Null set was once a common synonym for " empty set ", but is now a technical term in measure theory.
On 21 March, the four archbishops, with the approval of Pope Eugenius, granted an annulment due to consanguinity within the fourth degree ( Eleanor and Louis were fourth cousins, once removed, and shared common ancestry with Robert II of France ).
In a letter to a friend, Erasmus once had written: " That you are patriotic will be praised by many and easily forgiven by everyone ; but in my opinion it is wiser to treat men and things as though we held this world the common fatherland of all.
Proof for the existence of a common Germanic goddess once known as * Fraujon does not exist, but scholars have commented that this may simply be due to lack of evidence.
It enables us to see at once why democracy and Bolshevism, which in the eyes of the world are irrevocably opposed to one another, meet again and again on common ground in their joint hatred of and attacks on authoritarian nationalist concepts of State and State systems.
After Korean Air Lines Flight 007, carrying 269 people, was shot down in 1983 after straying into the USSR's prohibited airspace, in the vicinity of Sakhalin and Moneron Islands, President Ronald Reagan issued a directive making GPS freely available for civilian use, once it was sufficiently developed, as a common good.
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With the approach of the early ' 90s and Rush's characteristic sound still intact, the band transformed their style once again to harmonize with the alternative rock movement.
The SPR was the first organisation of its kind in the world, its stated purpose being " to approach these varied problems without prejudice or prepossession of any kind, and in the same spirit of exact and unimpassioned enquiry which has enabled science to solve so many problems, once not less obscure nor less hotly debated.
This approach is similar to that of electrical circuit diagrams ; while these were not the inspiration for Beck's maps, his colleagues pointed out the similarities and he once produced a joke map with the stations replaced by electrical circuit symbols and names, with terminology such as " bakelite " for the Bakerloo line.
Although crystals were once loaded into glass capillaries with the crystallization solution ( the mother liquor ), a modern approach is to scoop the crystal up in a tiny loop, made of nylon or plastic and attached to a solid rod, that is then flash-frozen with liquid nitrogen.
The modern approach is to fix once and for all the axiomatization of topological space and then speak of kinds of topological spaces.
The standard approach to ontological commitment has been that, once a theory has been regimented and / or " paraphrased " into an agreed " canonical " version, which may indeed be in formal logical notation rather than the original language of the theory, ontological commitments can be read off straightforwardly from the presence of certain ontologically committing expressions ( e. g. bound variables of existential quantification ).
An alternative approach that often works better in such situations, known as Gibbs sampling, involves choosing a new sample for each dimension separately from the others, rather than choosing a sample for all dimensions at once.
This approach seemed to be a more acceptable compromise, and once again it secured widespread support throughout the East.
Slade is a good detective who gets results although his approach is somewhat maverick and his methods do leave a lot to be desired and have more than once landed him in trouble.
Schoenberg's procedures in the work are organized in two ways simultaneously ; at once suggesting a Wagnerian narrative of motivic ideas, as well as a Brahmsian approach to motivic development and tonal cohesion.
In a highly provocative chapter titled “ Creating Leaders ”, this eclectic group of scholars argues for adopting a decidedly ontological approach to leadership education ... For these authors, integrity, authenticity, and being committed to something bigger than oneself form the base of ‘ the context for leadership ,’ a context that once mastered, leaves one actually being a leader.
The dynamic programming approach seeks to solve each subproblem only once, thus reducing the number of computations: once the solution to a given subproblem has been computed, it is stored or " memo-ized ": the next time the same solution is needed, it is simply looked up.
A different approach was taken for Quake, which would calculate perspective correct coordinates only once every 16 pixels of a scanline and linearly interpolate between them, effectively running at the speed of linear interpolation because the perspective correct calculation runs in parallel on the co-processor.
Du Chayla at once withdrew in the direction of Tournai, but he had achieved his object: he had satisfied himself as to which road the Allies would approach.
He idolized U. S. pilot Speed Holman who, Hill once explained, " used to make his approach to the spectators at state fairs flying past the grandstand upside down.
With this approach there is no need for a spercific survey vessel, or for professionally qualified surveyors to be on board, as the expertise is in the data processing that occurs once the data is uploaded to the server after the voyage.
As it was impractical to apply such pressure to the entire plate all at once, a steamroller approach was used which flattened only one very small area at a time.
This division of approach is illustrated by widespread opposition to an attempt to install as minister an openly homosexual man who intends to live with his partner once appointed to his post.
Messina's approach had treated the plays in realistic terms as events which had once taken place and which could be literally represented on screen.
On June 7, 1976, NBC returned Brinkley to the anchor desk and tried the dual-anchor approach once again.
By March 1997 Fugazi had once again returned to Inner Ear Studios with producer / engineer Don Zientara to begin recording what would become the End Hits album with the intention of taking a more relaxed approach to recording and a longer amount of time to experiment with different songs and techniques in the studio.