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In the Early modern period, the term Flanders was associated with the southern part of the Low Countries: the Southern Netherlands.
The English term has cognates in the other Germanic languages: Old Saxon heƀan " sky, heaven ", Middle Low German heven " sky ", Old Icelandic himinn " sky, heaven ", Gothic himins ; and those with a variant final-l: Old Frisian himel, himul " sky, heaven ", Old Saxon / Old High German himil, Dutch hemel, and modern German Himmel.
The term " Merovingian " comes from medieval Latin Merovingi or Merohingi (" sons of Merovech "), an alteration of an unattested Old West Low Franconian form, akin to their dynasty's Old English name Merewīowing, with the final-ing being a typical patronymic suffix.
Historically, the term “ priest ” has been more associated with the “ High Church ” or Anglo-Catholic wing, whereas the term “ minister ” has been more commonly used inLow Church ” or Evangelical circles.
Low investment has been a long term problem in Fiji and property rights are sometimes thought to be part of this problem because, by law, five sixths of the land is owned communally by indigenous Fijians and may only be leased, not purchased outright.
* Low – A term referring to the state of having low blood sugar.
Sometimes, Tatras is a term used either for the Tatras and for the Low Tatras.
Many state LIHEAP ( Low Income Home Energy Assistance ) programs work side by side with WAP to provide both immediate and long term solutions to energy poverty.
The Dutch term specifically refers to the wave of disorderly attacks in the summer of 1566 that spread rapidly through the Low Countries from south to north, but similar outbreaks of iconoclasm took place in other parts of Europe, especially in Switzerland and the Holy Roman Empire in the period between 1522 and 1566, notably Zürich ( in 1523 ), Copenhagen ( 1530 ), Münster ( 1534 ), Geneva ( 1535 ), and Augsburg ( 1537 ).
Magnetometers used in the Earth sciences are called geophysical surveys, a term that also embraces a wide range of other geophysical techniques including gravity, seismic refraction, seismic reflection, electromagnetics ( EM ), induced polarisation ( IP ), magneto-tellurics ( MT ), controlled source magneto-tellurics ( CSAMT ), sub-audio magnetics ( SAM ), mise-a-la-masse, resistivity, self Potential ( SP ) and Very Low Frequency ( VLF ).
* " Chinese ace ," an inept pilot, derived from the term One Wing Low ( which was said to sound like a Chinese name ), an aeronautical technique
In the German language, the term " Weißer Sonntag " ( literally: " White Sunday ") does not refer to Whitsunday but rather to the first Sunday after Easter, known in English as either " Octave Day of Easter " or " Low Sunday ".
* Low Mass daily during full term, with a BCP celebration on Saturdays
Occasionally, the term Hamburgisch is also used for Hamburg Missingsch, a variety of standard German with Low Saxon substrates.
* the term " Low on Mana ", used in role playing games in which a magician needs to replenish mana reserves, the power required to cast magic spells.
(" high ") in the term for the standard language refers to " high " in a cultural or educational sense, while in the linguistic term it simply refers to the geography of the German speaking regions in Central Europe ; High German of the southern uplands and the Alps ( including Austria, Switzerland and parts of northern Italy as well as southern Germany ) contrasting with Low German spoken in the lowlands stretching towards the North Sea.
General term used to refer to a series of late Neolithic communities of the 3rd millennium BC living in Scandinavia, northern Germany, and the Low Countries that share the practice of single burial under barrows, the deceased usually being accompanied by a battle-axe, amber beads, and pottery vessels.
The term Coast Range is used by the United States Geological Survey to refer only to the ranges south from the Strait of Juan de Fuca in Washington to the California-Mexico border ; and only the ranges west of Puget Sound, the Willamette valley, the Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys or ' California Central Valley ' ( thereby excluding the Sierra Nevada and Cascade Ranges ), and the Mojave ( High ) and Sonoran ( Low ) Deserts.
* The term can-toi ( that is, ' children of the desert ') is used in the Dark Tower series to describe the Low Men in Yellow Coats, which are strange animal-human hybrids.
The Middle Low German term " Schönbrot " meaning fine bread may also have played a role in the origination of this word.
In 1961 Flynt coined the term concept art in the Neo-Dada, proto-Fluxus book An Anthology of Chance Operations ( published by Jackson Mac Low and La Monte Young ) that was released in 1963.
* Low Ping Bastard, a term used to refer to players in multiplayer online games with low latency, and thus low lag

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Gary K. Wolfe, professor of humanities and English at Roosevelt University, identifies the introduction of the term New Wave to SF as occurring in 1966 in an essay for the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction written by Judith Merril, who was indirectly yet it seems unambiguously referring to that term in order to comment on the experimental fiction that had begun to appear in the English magazine New Worlds, after Michael Moorcock assumed editorship in 1964.
The term " Microcomputer " came into popular use after the introduction of the minicomputer, although Isaac Asimov used the term microcomputer in his short story " The Dying Night " as early as 1956 ( published in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in July that year ).
In a more general sense, the term " piano concerto " could extend to the numerous often programmatic concerted works for piano and orchestra from the era – Beethoven's Choral Fantasy, Liszt's Totentanz and Ruins of Athens Variations, and Richard Strauss's Burleske are only a few of the hundreds of such works.
Magic in Crystal Chronicles comes in the form of " magicite " ( a term first used in Final Fantasy VI and later used in Final Fantasy XII and other titles set in the world of Ivalice ( as part of the Ivalice Alliance )) and encompasses only a few basic offensive and defensive spells, with the majority of the spells in the game accessible by combining two or more basic spells.
This term was subsequently used retrospectively for Advanced Dungeons & Dragons books such as The Complete Book of Dwarves and Complete Arcane, or the numerous Codices for Warhammer Fantasy Battle and Warhammer 40, 000.
The term is used differently in the English release of Square Co. Super Nintendo role-playing video game Final Fantasy VI ( released as Final Fantasy III in North America ), in which beings called " Espers " are essentially demigods who wield magical abilities, and can be killed to allow these abilities to be transferred to humans.
Splatterpunk — a term coined in 1986 by David J. Schow at the Twelfth World Fantasy Convention in Providence, Rhode Island — refers to a movement within horror fiction distinguished by its graphic, often gory, depiction of violence and " hyperintensive horror with no limits.
Classical Fantasy is a term used to describe fantasy based on the Greek and Roman
Kaja Foglio coined the term " Gaslamp Fantasy " ( an alternative to steampunk ) to describe the work.
The terms and " Spirit Energy " was often used interchangeably, as one is derivative of the other, but by the time of Final Fantasy VII, the use of the term " Spirit Energy " is widely opposed, due to its negative connotation.
In the fictional Warhammer Fantasy setting and Warhammer Fantasy Battle tabletop wargame, Dogs of War is a collective term for various mercenary groups.
The term was first used in print by science fiction critic Donald G. Keller in an article, The Manner of Fantasy, in the April, 1991 issue of The New York Review of Science Fiction, although author Ellen Kushner has said that she suggested the term to Keller.
", which first appeared in The Los Angeles Times in the late 1980s and was reprinted in his 1991 book Frontiers ; the term was later revisited in his essay, " The Incredible Shrinking Planet " which appeared first in the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and then in the anthology The relativity of wrong ( 1988 ).
Fantasy wrestling is an umbrella term representing the genre of role-playing and statistics-based games which are set in the world of professional wrestling.

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It became the sole `` subject '' of `` international law '' ( a term which, it is pertinent to remember, was coined by Bentham ), a body of legal principle which by and large was made up of what Western nations could do in the world arena.
So in these pages the term `` technology '' is used to include any and all means which could amplify, project, or augment man's control over himself and over other men.
It is of the utmost importance to the people of America and of the world how their governing President `` ends up '' during the four years of his term.
Only when that term is ended and he is a private citizen again can he be permitted the freedom and the courage to discount the dangers of his death.
`` I may possibly be a greater risk than is the normal person of my age '', the President had said on February 29th of the election year, ignoring the fact that no one of his age had ever lived out another term.
Let us not confuse the issue by labeling the objective or the method `` psychoanalytic '', for this is a well established term of art for the specific ideas and procedures initiated by Sigmund Freud and his followers for the study and treatment of disordered personalities.
Mr. Wagner might or might not be a `` new '' Mayor in this third term, now that he is free of the pressure of those party leaders whom he calls `` bosses ''.
This is done at varying speeds, ranging from the slow and fast Shifte Telli ( a musical term meaning double strings ) to the fastest, ecstatic Karshilama ( meaning greetings or welcome ).
the term of loans for working capital is 6 years.
Interim financing of construction costs is provided by a short term loan from The Chase Manhattan Bank.
For the near term, however, it must be realized that the industrial and commercial market is somewhat more sensitive to general business conditions than is the military market, and for this reason I would expect that any gain in 1961 may be somewhat smaller than those of recent years ; ;
If you would feel happier with full collision insurance, there is a small additional charge, again varying from country to country and depending on the term of such insurance.
The collective by which I address you in the title above is neither patronizing nor jocose but an exact industrial term in use among professional thieves.
for, using the fact that N and N' commute Af and so when R is sufficiently large every term in this expression for Af will be 0.
The only other one I shall mention here is his use of the term capitalism.
This is not, however, the case, and development is a term which we can apply to Hardy only in a very limited sense.
`` Disaffiliation '', by the way, is the term used by the critic and poet, Lawrence Lipton, who has written several articles on this subject, the first of which, in The Nation, quoted as Epigraph: `` We disaffiliate.
This term refers to the ability of a material to resist bending stress and is determined by measuring the load required to cause failure by bending.
Incumbent Richard Salter seeks re-election and is opposed by Donald Huffman for the five-year term.
The term " anthropology " is from the Greek anthrōpos (), " man ", understood to mean humankind or humanity, and-logia (- λογία ), " discourse " or " study.
In some European countries, all cultural anthropology is known as ethnology ( a term coined and defined by Adam F. Kollár in 1783 ).
As amoebas themselves are polyphyletic and subject to some imprecision in definition, the term " amoeboid " does not provide identification of an organism, and is better understood as description of locomotion.

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