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The transition from foraging bands to states and empires resulted in more specialized and developed forms of religion that were reflections of the new social and political environments.
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The student of ideas and their place in history will always be concerned with the patterns of transition, which are at the same time patterns of transformation, whereby ideas pass from one area of activity to another.
But the attempt itself produced a number of brilliant works, and these form a transition from the early romantic period to the new age of Ibsen and Chekhov.
`` The committee continues to feel that Florida has progressed in a sound and equitable program at both the state and local levels in its efforts to review and assess transition problems as they arise from time to time in the entire spectrum of civil rights ''.
The purpose of the adjusted Federal share relating to the base allotment and of the transition provisions for reaching the unadjusted Federal share is to prevent dislocations from abrupt changes in matching rates.
It was recognized years ago that the transition from daytime to nighttime propagation conditions, and vice versa, is not an instantaneous process, but takes place over periods of time from roughly 2 hours before sunset until about 2 hours after sunset, and again from roughly 2 hours before sunrise until some 2 hours after sunrise.
One of these is the `` dissolve '', which makes possible a visually smooth transition from scene to scene.
The transition from segregation to finances might already be in progress, in the form of an administration proposal to hike the state sales tax from 2 per cent to 3 per cent.
Davis may use the tax bill as a means to effect a transition from special sessions of the Legislature to normalcy.
The transition from one state to the next is not necessarily deterministic ; some algorithms, known as randomized algorithms, incorporate random input.
The Turkish language and the Islamic religion were gradually introduced as a result of the Seljuk conquest, and this period marks the start of Anatolia's slow transition from predominantly Christian and Indo-European and Semitic-speaking, to predominantly Muslim and Turkish-speaking ( Although some ethnic groups such as Armenians, Greeks, Assyrians and Georgians retained Christianity and their native languages ).
Azerbaijan is an economy that has completed its post-Soviet transition into a major oil based economy ( with the completion of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Pipeline ), from one where the state played the major role.
For example, one can say for a given transition that it corresponds to the excitation of an electron from an occupied orbital to a given unoccupied orbital.
The color of amethyst has been demonstrated to result from substitution by irradiation of trivalent iron ( Fe < sup > 3 +</ sup >) for silicon in the structure, in the presence of trace elements of large ionic radius, and, to a certain extent, the amethyst color can naturally result from displacement of transition elements even if the iron concentration is low.
An electron from the 2s level fills in the 1s hole and the transition energy is imparted to a 2p electron which is emitted.
Upon ejection the kinetic energy of the Auger electron corresponds to the difference between the energy of the initial electronic transition and the ionization energy for the electron shell from which the Auger electron was ejected.
Observation of electron tracks independent of the frequency of the incident photon suggested a mechanism for electron ionization that was caused from an internal conversion of energy from a radiationless transition.
What is meant by stating that Aelbert learned form from his father is that his eventual transition from a specifically landscape painter to the involvement of foreground figures is attributed to his interaction with his Jacob.
The graphics are generated by a custom graphics chip called MARIA which is very different from other second and third generation consoles, and made it more difficult for game programmers to make the transition.
transition and bands
Kansas City jazz in the 1930s marked the transition from big bands to the bebop influence of the 1940s.
The lower and upper limiting frequencies, also denoted lower and upper stopband corner frequencies, are the frequencies where the stopband and the transition bands meet in a filter specification.
Most pigments are charge-transfer complexes, like transition metal compounds, with broad absorption bands that subtract most of the colors of the incident white light.
They also often performed double-bill gigs opening for their friends Blues Traveler, with members of both bands all jamming together as the transition from the Spin Doctors set into the Blues Traveler set.
Starting at the transition between the Middle to Upper Paleolithic period, some 80, 000 to 70, 000 years ago, some hunter-gatherers bands began to specialize, concentrating on hunting a smaller selection of ( often larger than had previously been hunted ) game and gathering a smaller selection of food.
Morbid Angel was one of the original death metal bands signed to Earache Records, and was also influential in the transition of death metal from its thrash metal roots to its current form by incorporating guttural vocals, up-tempo blast beats, atonality in guitar soloing, and dark, chunky, mid-paced rhythms.
The transition of the Austin music scene from the mid-seventies progressive country scene to the punk / new wave and alternative influence that followed is captured in Jesse Sublett's memoir, " Never the Same Again: A Rock n ' Roll Gothic ," which details Sublett's experiences with the Skunks and other bands during that time period.
The middle part of the decade were marked by the transition from hardcore punk into death metal with bands such as The Irish Front, Knights of the Abyss and Job for a Cowboy.
Spectrum of the FM radio band ( 88 – 108 MHz ) and its baseband alias under 56 MHz ( n = 4 ) sampling, showing plenty of room for bandpass anti-aliasing filter transition bands.
Davenport returned there after the World War II, making an easy transition to swing and bop with various bands.
Shifts in PT absorption bands due to changes in temperature result from a conformational transition from a coplanar, rodlike structure at lower temperatures to a nonplanar, coiled structure at elevated temperatures.
It also accounts for the anharmonicity of real bonds and the non-zero transition probability for overtone and combination bands.
The charge-transfer bands in transition metal complexes result from shift of charge density between molecular orbitals ( MO ) that are predominantly metal in character and those that are predominantly ligand in character.
The formation of the oxidative state is an electronic transition giving rise to the colorful absorption bands.
The color of charge-transfer bands, i. e., the charge-transfer transition energy, is characteristic of the specific type of donor and acceptor entities.
His transition from brass bands to orchestral work was helped with stints with the Hallé, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and La Mer Orchestra.
" Epstein agreed that the transition of playing in these obscure bands to becoming part of a very popular, very established band was almost seamless.
More dramatic examples of thermochromism are found in materials that undergo phase transition or exhibit charge-transfer bands near the visible region.
The electron in transition between bands passes through a new energy state created within the band gap by an impurity in the lattice ( Localized State ).
After the transition to Hot AC and the WDVD calls, the station continued to feature a heavy alternative-rock base for several years, while still playing " hair bands " such as Poison and Aerosmith and pop artists like Kelly Clarkson and Christina Aguilera, and still remained in the lower echelons of the Detroit ratings.
Sometimes Lüders band transition into the Portevin – Le Chatelier effect while changing temperature or strain rate, this implies these are related phenomena Lüders bands are a known as a strain softening instability.