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The traditional and most important match of the year is played on St Andrew's Day, as the Collegers ( King's Scholars ) take on the Oppidans ( the rest of the school ).
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Yet they have accepted most of the extant `` welfare state '' provisions for health, security, and the regulation of economic affairs, and they overwhelmingly approve of the traditional `` liberalism '' of the Bill of Rights.
In short, the traditional epithet for Milton of ' Lady of Christ's ', while eminently fitting, rests only on this baffling passage in the midst of the most treacherous piece of writing Milton left us.
If the master of scops who was most responsible for the poem ever used kennings that were traditional, he was at least partly deprived of free will and not inclined towards shrewd and sophisticated misuse of speech elements.
On my first Guy Fawkes Day here, I found Catholics as well as non-Catholics celebrating with the traditional fireworks and bonfires, and was told that most Englishmen either do not know or are not concerned with the historical significance of the day.
The existing reverence for Centrality must have been still further stimulated toward the close of the second century B.C., when the Han Emperor Wu Ti ordered the dynastic color changed to yellow -- which symbolized the Center among the traditional Five Directions -- and took 5 as the dynastic number, believing that he would thus place himself, his imperial family, and the nation under the most auspicious influences.
In Slovene, the most established traditional name is mali traven, meaning the month when plants start growing.
The most common criticism of HH Price's afterlife hypothesis has come from the religious community as his suggestions are not consistent with traditional Christian teaching, nor the teachings of any other monotheistic religion.
Rodin's most original work departed from traditional themes of mythology and allegory, modeled the human body with realism, and celebrated individual character and physicality.
Tradition holds that the text was written by Luke the companion of Paul ( named in Colossians ) and this traditional view of Lukan authorship is “ widely held as the view which most satisfactorily explains all the data .” The list of scholars maintaining authorship by Luke the physician is lengthy, and represents scholars from a wide range of theological opinion.
While some fans applauded the redesign, most of the reaction to the new color scheme, which included the changing of the historical purple and traditional Arizonan colors of copper and turquoise to a reddish color known as " Sedona Red " similar to that of the Phoenix Coyotes and Arizona Cardinals color schemes, was pointedly negative.
Cider is the most popular beverage of the middle and lower economic classes at Christmas and New Year ( the upper classes proverbially preferring to celebrate with locally produced champagne, although real old-line " creole " aristocrats will still drink cider, which is much more traditional ).
< p > While the alcohol content of flavored malt beverages is similar to that of most traditional malt beverages, the alcohol in many of them is derived primarily from the distilled spirits component of the added flavors rather than from fermentation .</ p > ( 70 Fed.
The town's traditional industry, most importantly cotton manufacturing, bleaching and printing, have been phased out.
The Press music division, SoundForth, produces Christian musical arrangements and recordings in more traditional styles than do most contemporary music sources.
This first connotation can be further differentiated into ( a ) pure common law arising from the traditional and inherent authority of courts to define what the law is, even in absence of an underlying statute, e. g., most criminal law and procedural law before the 20th century, and even today, most of contract law and the law of torts, and ( b ) court decisions that interpret and decide the fine boundaries and distinctions in law promulgated by other bodies.
For example, the traditional common law rule through most of the 19th century was that a plaintiff could not recover for a defendant's negligent production or distribution of a harmful instrumentality unless the two were in privity of contract.
Cooking can also occur through chemical reactions without the presence of heat, most notably as in Ceviche, a traditional South American dish where fish is cooked with the acids in lemon or lime juice.
900 km ; traditional trade carried on by means of shallow-draft dugouts ; Oubangui is the most important river, navigable all year to craft drawing 0. 6 m or less ; 282 km navigable to craft drawing as much as 1. 8 m.
One of the most convenient, and certainly the most traditional presentation of the elements, is in form of periodic table, which groups elements with similar chemical properties ( and usually also similar electronic structures ) together.
Daily strips have suffered as well, in 1910 the strips had an unlimited amount of panels, covering the entire width page, while by 1930 most " dailies " had four or five panels covering six of the eight columns occupied by a traditional broadsheet paper, by 1958 those four panels would be narrower, and those would have half of the space a 1910 daily strip had, and around 1998 most strips would have three panels only ( with a few exceptions ), or even two or one on an occasional basis, apart from strips being smaller, as most papers became slightly narrower.
While most traditional Spanish style builders use the one piece neck / heel block, Fleta a prominent Spanish builder used a dovetail joint due to the influence of his early training in violin making.
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Plymouth Rock is the traditional site of disembarkation of William Bradford and the Mayflower Pilgrims who founded Plymouth Colony in 1620 and an important symbol in American history.
An early understanding of apostolic succession is represented by the traditional claims of various churches, as organized around important episcopal sees, to have been founded by specific apostles.
The Third Army was also important because of its shared border with Argentina ( Brazil's traditional rival in Latin America ) and Uruguay.
During his acceptance speech he reflected on the important influence of traditional European music and the melancholy of the Swedish soul on ABBA's brand of pop music.
It is important to understand that common law is the older and more traditional source of law, and legislative power is simply a layer applied on top of the older common law foundation.
The per capita income of the CAR is often listed as being around $ 300 a year, said to be one of the lowest in the world, but this figure is based mostly on reported sales of exports and largely ignores the more important but unregistered sale of foods, locally-produced alcohol, diamonds, ivory, bushmeat, and traditional medicines, for example.
An important initiative begun in 1981 and carried on until today, aimed at modernizing the use of Information and Communication technology, greatly contributed to disentangle the traditional bureaucratic and cumbersome clerical procedures in all dealings with branches of the government, from civil registry to import / export documentation, thereby fostering a more agile economy and a more efficient public administration.
* Questions about the nature and existence of a monotheistic deity, which have profoundly influenced Western philosophy, have not been important in Chinese philosophies or a source of great conflict in Chinese traditional religion.
In Santa Maria, Azores, dill ( endro ) is the most important ingredient of the traditional Holy Ghost soup ( sopas do Espírito Santo ).
Many countries have growing electoral reform movements, which advocate systems such as approval voting, single transferable vote, instant runoff voting or a Condorcet method ; these methods are also gaining popularity for lesser elections in some countries where more important elections still use more traditional counting methods.
It was an important survival skill making use of what materials were available and may still be used today in emergencies or for fun as part of the transfer of traditional knowledge between generations.
It may be used to generate almost all the most important traditional musical rhythms used in different cultures throughout the world.
Many feminist theologians assert that personal experience can be an important component of insight into the divine, along with the more traditional sources of holy books or received tradition.
Hadith are regarded by traditional Islamic schools of jurisprudence as important tools for understanding the Quran and in matters of jurisprudence.
Among the newly emergent strata were wealthy industrialists and financiers, distinct from the traditional, but still critically important landed aristocracy.
Later mansas were devout Muslims but still acknowledged traditional deities and took part in traditional rituals and festivals, which were important to the Mande.
The various hydroponic media available, such as expanded clay and coconut husk, contain more air space than more traditional potting mixes, delivering increased oxygen to the roots, which is important in epiphytic plants such as orchids and bromeliads, whose roots are exposed to the air in nature.
For the most important ketones, however, traditional nonsystematic names are still generally used, for example acetone and benzophenone.
They excluded logic and added to the traditional Latin grammar and rhetoric not only history, Greek, and moral philosophy ( ethics ), but made poetry, once a sequel of grammar and rhetoric, the most important member of the whole group.
In the 800's, it was decided that the system of matres lectionis did not suffice to indicate the vowels precisely enough, so a supplemental vowel pointing systems ( niqqud ) ( diacritic symbols indicating vowel pronunciation and other important phonological features not written by the traditional basic consonantal orthography ) joined matres lectionis as part of the Hebrew writing system.
:* Medaka ( Oryzias latipes, the Japanese ricefish )-an important model in developmental biology, and has the advantage of being much sturdier than the traditional Zebrafish
However, materialists have historically held that everything is made of matter, but physics has shown that gravity, for example, is not made of matter in the traditional sense of "' an inert, senseless substance, in which extension, figure, and motion do actually subsist '… So it is tempting to use ' physicalism ' to distance oneself from what seems a historically important but no longer scientifically relevant thesis of materialism, and related to this, to emphasize a connection to physics and the physical sciences.
Gnosticism was an important development of ( and departure from ) early Christianity, blending Jewish scriptures and Christian teachings with traditional pagan religion and esoteric Greek philosophical concepts.