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The phrase has come to mean any injury, damage or harm ( physical or otherwise ) caused to a third party due to the action of belligerents.
Freed is commonly referred to as the " father of rock and roll " due to his promotion of the music and his introduction of the phrase " rock and roll " on radio in the early 1950s.
The phrase " many-worlds " is due to Bryce DeWitt, who was responsible for the wider popularisation of Everett's theory, which had been largely ignored for the first decade after publication.
During World War II and for decades after, the phrase " Kilroy was here " with accompanying illustration was widespread throughout the world, due to its use by American troops and its filtering into American popular culture.
' In 1989, Jerry Mahlman ( a proponent of anthropogenic global warming theory ) used the phrase ' noisy junk science ' in reference to the alternative theory of global warming due to solar variation presented in Scientific Perspectives on the Greenhouse Problem by Frederick Seitz et al.
Van Voorst states that it is hard to imagine that the phrase " receive the truth with pleasure " used in the Testimonium is the work of a Christian interpolator, for Christian writers generally avoid the use of the word " pleasure ( ηδονή in Greek ) in a positive sense due to its association with hedonism.
However, due to the influence of Confucian Ren, the phrase ‘ Wo ai ni ’ ( I love you ) carries with it a very specific sense of responsibility, commitment and loyalty.
When decades later Prokofiev wrote about his lessons with Glière, he gave due credit to Glière's sympathetic qualities as a teacher but complained that Glière had introduced him to " square " phrase structure and conventional modulations which he subsequently had to unlearn.
The humor in the punch line may be due to the sudden, unexpected recognition of a familiar saying, since the story has nothing to do with the usual context in which the phrase is normally found, yet the listener is surprised to discover it makes sense in both situations.
Their belief was based on the phrase " half-time after the time ", when the apocalypse was due to occur, which appears in the Book of Revelation and was seen as referring to 1500.
Here the phrase " due use of the ordinary means " includes appeals to pastors and teachers
** Enclosing a phrase between two asterisks is used to denote an action the user is " performing ", e. g. < tt >* pulls out a paper *</ tt >, although this usage is also common on forums, and less so on most chat rooms due to / me or similar commands.
This may be due to a misinterpretation of the phrase " first century " or because Hero was a common name.
The phrase is one of the few cases in the English language where the adjective is a postmodifier — some other phrases, such as the legal terms attorney general and court martial, also follow that pattern, largely due to the influence of Norman French.
One last words reference work provides at least four distinct historical claims to his last words ( and additional variations of these ) – While many include the phrase " un grand peut-être " (" a Great Perhaps ") – all are listed as " doubtful " due to lack of documentation.
This confusion is due in part to how these concepts are employed in the phrase structure grammars of the chomskyan tradition.
The unit's radio callsign was Felix, many believe this to be an allusion to the cat with nine lives and led to the phrase " Fetch Felix " whenever a suspect device was encountered and became the title of the 1981 book Fetch Felix ; it is however due one of two reasons.
Freed is commonly referred to as the " father of rock ' n ' roll " due to his promotion of the style of music, and his introduction of the phrase " rock and roll ", in reference to the musical genre, on mainstream radio in the early 1950s.
It is particularly effective for students whose native language is English, due to the high probability of a simple English word or short phrase being understood by the conversational partner.
The phrase Coxey's Army has also come to refer to a ragtag band, possibly due to an incident during the second march in 1914.
Use of the phrase was often received with laughter from studio audiences, due to Del's oblivious belief that it had affectionate implications.
This is said to have given rise to the phrase " 23 skidoo ", from what policemen would shout at men who tried to get glimpses of women's dresses being blown up by the winds swirling around the building due to the strong downdrafts.
The phrase ' Rev Al is a racist ' was made # 1 on Google Trends for 07-08-09 due to the controversial comments made by Reverend Al Sharpton during Michael Jackson's Memorial Service.

phrase and process
The construction involves replacing a common word with a rhyming phrase of two or three words and then, in almost all cases, omitting the secondary rhyming word, in a process called hemiteleia, making the origin and meaning of the phrase elusive to listeners not in the know.
The phrase " working capital " has also been used to refer to liquid assets ( money ) needed for immediate expenses linked to the production process ( to pay salaries, invoices, taxes, interests ...) Either way, the amount or nature of this type of capital usually changed during the production process.
It is a concise means to communicate very abstract information through the medium of a word or phrase, usually regarding a process of spiritual or mystical change.
The phrase, " the hammering process " was used by Christian metal band Living Sacrifice for the name of their album The Hammering Process.
This process was actively supported by many kings and princes who employed university-trained jurists as counselors and court officials and sought to benefit from rules like the famous Princeps legibus solutus est (" The sovereign is not bound by the laws ", a phrase initially coined by Ulpian, a Roman jurist ).
It is from this process that the phrase being on tenterhooks is derived, as meaning to be held in suspense.
A neologism (; ) is defined as a newly coined term, word, or phrase, that may be in the process of entering common use, but has not yet been accepted into mainstream language.
Certain phrases produce a different phrase when their phonemes are reversed — a process known as phonetic reversal.
In Hurd's phrase, " By the imperceptible process characteristic of British politics he found himself month by month, without any particular manoeuvre on his part, becoming an indispensable figure in the government.
Programs embodying ASR normally provide a native speaker model that the learner is requested to imitate, but the matching process is not 100 % reliable and may result in a learner's perfectly intelligible attempt to pronounce a word or phrase being rejected ( Davies 2010: Section 3. 4. 6 and Section 3. 4. 7 ).
Radical transparency is a phrase used across fields of governance, politics, software design and business to describe actions and approaches that radically increase the openness of organizational process and data.
* Part-of-speech tagging, the process of marking up a word in a text ( corpus ) as corresponding to a particular part of speech, based on both its definition, as well as its context — i. e. relationship with adjacent and related words in a phrase, sentence, or paragraph
In modern English there is no exact verbal phrase equivalent to the older set on, but rather various combinations which give different nuances to the idea of starting a process, such as winter has set in, set off on a journey, set up the stand, set out on a day trip, etc.
Usage: when the phrase " discrete time " is used as a noun it should not be hyphenated ; when it is a compound adjective, as when one writes of a " discrete-time stochastic process ", then, at least according to traditional punctuation rules, it should be hyphenated.
Bob Garfield, co-host of NPR's On the Media program, 8 November 2005, used the phrase in reference to changing practices in the media, especially Wikipedia, " The people in the encyclopedia business, I understand, tend to sniff at the wiki process as being the product of the mere hoi polloi.
The adjective " artisanal " is sometimes used in describing hand-processing in what is usually viewed as an industrial process, such as in the phrase artisanal mining.
The phrase has extended beyond its original meaning and been applied to any process in which, beyond a certain point, the rate at which the process proceeds increases dramatically.
Although a recently coined phrase, the idea that popular media can have a strong influence on the legal process goes back certainly to the advent of the printing press and probably much further.
When the phrase is used in connection with human motivation, process theory attempts to explain the mechanism by which human needs changes.
# Where the embedded clause is placed relative to the head noun ( in the process indicating which noun phrase in the main clause is modified ).

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