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The vast majority of Stax releases were backed by house bands Booker T and the MGs ( with Booker T. Jones, Steve Cropper, Duck Dunn, and Al Jackson ) and the Memphis Horns ( the splinter horn section of the Mar-Keys ).
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For all concerned with social-welfare legislation, the significance of this radical and revolutionary change in the thought and habits of the vast majority of the American people is clear, profound and far-reaching.
Debierne, who is now considered by the vast majority of historians as the discoverer, lost interest in the element and left the topic.
The vast majority of energy is produced with imported fuel, including gas and nuclear fuel ( for its one nuclear power plant ) from Russia ; the main domestic energy source is hydroelectric.
This means that the individual atoms can be treated as if each were in isolation, as the vast majority of the time they are.
Wesley thoroughly agreed with the vast majority of what Arminius himself taught, maintaining strong doctrines of original sin, total depravity, conditional election, prevenient grace, unlimited atonement, and possibly apostasy.
The vast majority of his Khoja Ismaili followers in India welcomed him warmly, but some dissident members, sensing their loss of prestige with the arrival of the Imam, wished to maintain control over communal properties.
It has been estimated that during his entire career Aalto designed over 500 individual buildings, approximately 300 of which were built, the vast majority of which are in Finland.
Many actors train at length in special programs or colleges to develop these skills, and today the vast majority of professional actors have undergone extensive training.
Artillery is the most lethal form of land-based armament ; in the Napoleonic Wars, World War I and World War II the vast majority of combat deaths were caused by artillery.
" When Li ' l Abner made its debut in 1934, the vast majority of comic strips were designed chiefly to amuse or thrill their readers.
His superior command of Greek, and the fact that the vast majority of his writings were in Greek, led some in the West to claim that he was a Greek born in Alexandria.
A paradox in metabolism is that, while the vast majority of complex life on Earth requires oxygen for its existence, oxygen is a highly reactive molecule that damages living organisms by producing reactive oxygen species.
The vast majority of bird species are socially monogamous, usually for one breeding season at a time, sometimes for years, but rarely for life.
" However, the vast majority of evolutionary biologists, anthropologists and paleontologists completely dismiss the possibility of the existence of sasquatch.
When the United States renounced its offensive biological warfare program in 1969 and 1970, the vast majority of its biological arsenal was composed of these plant diseases.
Thus, a robust surveillance system involving human clinicians and veterinarians may identify a bioweapons attack early in the course of an epidemic, permitting the prophylaxis of disease in the vast majority of people ( and / or animals ) exposed but not yet ill.
Although details remain disputed, the vast majority of recent studies agree with Martin Noth's thesis, published in 1943, that the book of Samuel was composed as part of the Deuteronomistic history, the books of Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Samuel and Kings.
The vast majority of companies covered by the Act have hired internal auditors to ensure that the company adheres to required standards of internal control.
As with other learned professions, each state has certain ( fairly similar ) requirements for becoming licensed as a registered Professional Engineer ( PE ), but in practice such a license is not required to practice in the majority of situations ( due to an exception known as the private industry exemption, which effectively applies to the vast majority of American engineers ).
At the same time the vast majority of these resources are exported, integrating Canada closely into the international economy.
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Atlantic Records continues to hold the rights to the vast majority of the 1959 – 1968 Stax material.
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In 1993, the last president of the studio, Fred Seibert recalled his early production experiences with early LP releases of the studio's effects, and commissioned Sound Ideas to release a four-CD set entitled The Hanna-Barbera Sound FX Library, featuring nearly all of the original H-B sound effects used from 1957 to 1990, a more vast collection compared to the early LP releases ( including the sounds H-B had borrowed from other studios ).
Laserdisc's support for multiple audio tracks allowed for vast supplemental materials to be included on-disc and made it the first available format for " Special Edition " releases ; the 1984 Criterion Collection edition of Citizen Kane is generally credited as being the first " Special Edition " release to home video, and for setting the standard by which future SE discs were measured.
The vast amount of manga released and multitude of scanlation groups, each with their own individual sites and methods of distribution, sometimes even competiting scanlations of the same manga, gave rise to sites such as Manganews that specialize in tracking and linking these releases.
* This is Charley's last chronological Doctor Who story to be broadcast on BBC Radio 7, although India Fisher continues to play her on a vast number of Big Finish commercial releases.
It is important to note that a vast number of processes are able to release radioactivity into the environment, for example the action of cosmic rays on the air is responsible for the formation of radioisotopes ( such as < sup > 14 </ sup > C and < sup > 32 </ sup > P ), the decay of < sup > 226 </ sup > Ra forms < sup > 222 </ sup > Rn which is a gas which can diffuse through rocks before entering buildings and dissolve in water and thus enter drinking water in addition human activities such as bomb tests, accidents, and normal releases from industry have resulted in the release of radioactivity.
As this version is in the public domain, the vast majority of DVD releases are of this version, often in poor-quality prints.
We've produced more than 1, 700 reports, letters, news releases, and other commentaries on the Middle East and North Africa since January 2000, and the vast majority of these were about countries other than Israel.
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No matter by what name cattle were called, there was no denyin' that they not only saved Texas from financial ruin, but went far toward redeemin' from a wilderness vast territories of the Northwest.
Many of the latter were destroyed in their turn, during the burning of the vast Ch'in palace some ten years later ; ;
The salt mines surrounding the Altaussee area, where American troops found 75 kilos of gold coins stored in a single mine, were used to store looted art, jewels, and currency ; vast quantities of looted art were found and returned to the owners.
They were well-planned: vast sections or wings erected were finished in a single stage, rather than in increments.
The contemporary ecclesiastics recorded with wonder many instances of the Visigoths ' clemency: Christian churches saved from ravage ; protection granted to vast multitudes both of pagans and Christians who took refuge therein ; vessels of gold and silver which were found in a private dwelling, spared because they " belonged to St. Peter "; at least one case in which a beautiful Roman matron appealed, not in vain, to the better feelings of the Gothic soldier who attempted her dishonor.
At Athens some citizens were far more active than others, but the vast numbers required just for the system to work testify to a breadth of participation among those eligible that greatly surpassed any present day democracy.
The early 1960s and 1970s ( up until his death in 1976 ) were marked by key works in Helsinki, in particular the huge town plan for the void in centre of Helsinki adjacent to Töölö Bay and the vast railway yards, and marked on the edges by significant buildings such as the National Museum and the main railway station, both by Eliel Saarinen.
The lyrics were mostly written by Earle Crooker, but he had left the project, with the score needing vast improvement.
The time was about 16: 30, and the two armies were in close contact across the whole four-mile ( 6 km ) front, from the skirmishing in the marshes in the south, through the vast cavalry battle on the open plain ; to the fierce struggle for Ramillies at the centre, and to the north, where, around the cottages of Offus and Autre-Eglise, Orkney and de la Guiche faced each other across the Petite Gheete ready to renew hostilities.
The caves and bunkers were connected to a vast system throughout central Peleliu, which allowed the Japanese to evacuate or reoccupy positions as needed, and to take advantage of shrinking interior lines.
A vast majority had nowhere to live, no job and were despised by Brazilian society, which usually saw them as lazy workers.
Most notable among these were the Maya, who had built numerous cities throughout the region, and the Aztecs, who created a vast empire.
LiveScience. com recaps new evidence showing that the most dangerous sport for high school and college females is cheerleading: Another study found that between 1982 and 2007, there were 103 fatal, disabling or serious injuries recorded among female high school athletes, with the vast majority ( 67 ) occurring in cheerleading.
To make up for the lack of officers, Kidd picked up replacement crew in New York, the vast majority of whom were known and hardened criminals, some undoubtedly former pirates.
In the Dutch East Indies ( now Indonesia ) the vast majority of Dutch settlers were in fact Eurasians known as Indo-Europeans, formally belonging to the European legal class in the colony.
These games, though, were different from the games at Olympia in that they were not of such vast importance to the city of Delphi as the games at Olympia were to the area surrounding Olympia.