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These are just another couple of characters to roll.
These men are not callous.
These things are important to almost all Persians and perhaps most important to the most ordinary.
These are traversed by another line of vaults, and thus rooms, arched on all four sides, are formed.
These songs ( practically all Persian music, for that matter ) are limited to a range of two octaves.
These are not, however, differences in federal structure.
These my grandmother left in their places ( they are still there, more persistent and longer-lived than the generations of man ) and planted others like them, that flourished without careful tending.
These are like the initial ways in which the world forces itself upon the self and thrusts the self into decision and choice.
These are suggestive of Selma Lagerlof.
These assumptions lead to an organization with one man at the top, six directly under him, six under each of these, and so on until there are six levels of personnel.
These ways are absolutely irreconcilable because they offer two different recipes for man's redemption from chaos.
These responses are explicable in terms of characteristics inherent in the crisis.
These discoveries are of present interest chiefly to the scientific community ; ;
These are personality factors ; ;
These are, if the research is done with subtlety and skill, researchable topics, but the research is missing.
These moments are historical events in the lives of individual authors with which the student of comparative literature must be frequently concerned.
These lives are in themselves outside of the moral order and are unburdened with moral responsibility.
These conceptions and the manner in which they were transposed into poetry or engendered by poetic form are intrinsic to western life from the time of Aeschylus to that of Shakespeare.
These biographical analogies are obvious, and far too much time has been spent speculating on their possible implications.
These women whose organization grew out of the old suffrage movement are dedicated to Thomas Jefferson's dictum that one must cherish the people's spirit but `` Keep alive their attention ''.
These are, of course, the same people whose support he has only now rejected to seek the independent vote.
These are New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey, Illinois and Minnesota.
These men are spenders.

These and substantial
These feces contain substantial amounts of semi-digested food ( herbivores ' digestive systems are especially inefficient ).
These sets have a more novel look, and the often heavier weight makes them feel more substantial, but such materials and the resulting products are usually much more expensive than polymer materials.
These oral histories often contained folk-tale motifs and demonstrated a moral, yet they also contained substantial facts relating to geography, anthropology and history, all compiled by Herodotus in an entertaining style and format.
These airflows are full of moisture and deposit substantial amounts of rain when they reach land.
These actions gained the attention of Sulaiman ibn Muhammad ibn Ghurayr of the tribe of Bani Khalid, the chief of Al-Hasa and Qatif, who held substantial influence in Najd.
These settlers are believed to have arrived in very substantial numbers and like those who migrated to Iceland and the Faroe Islands it is probable that most came from the west coast of Norway.
These standards require that a substantial amount of data be maintained by the EMR ( now more commonly referred to as an Electronic Health Record or EHR ).
These variations do not necessarily follow Ramsey in asserting that truth is not a property, but rather can be understood to say that, for instance, the assertion " P " may well involve a substantial truth, and the theorists in this case are minimalizing only the redundancy or prosentence involved in the statement such as " that's true.
These were substantial technical achievements:
These compounds are stable and found in substantial quantities in the Neem.
These allowed substantial freedoms, yet enforce styles, safety, and often materials in practical ways.
These buildings were demolished in the AD 90s and replaced by a substantial stone-walled house, which included a courtyard garden with colonnades and a bath suite.
These victories capped Neville's extensive service in the north, and Edward rewarded him with the earldom of Northumberland, which bore substantial income.
These countries bought substantial numbers of the Fokker C. V reconnaissance aircraft, which became Fokker's main success in the latter part of the 1920s and early 1930s.
These results led to the suggestion that Phobos might contain a substantial reservoir of ice.
These were described as being of a " substantial character " mounted into proper foundations.
" Days Like These " from the disc received substantial airplay during the summer of 1990 on AOR radio stations and re-sparked some interest in the band.
These relationships later helped him to solicit substantial funds for his chimpanzee projects.
These voices are substantial and very powerful and ideally even throughout the registers.
These motifs form a substantial part of the melodic material of the piece: the setting of " Bugles sang " is composed almost entirely of variations of them.
These low numbers are because the county has never had a substantial agricultural industry, and that over 80 % of the county lands are held by the federal government.
These other eruptions had already built up a substantial amount of atmospheric dust.
These cottages are the most substantial surviving part of Gloucester College, Worcester's predecessor on the same site: this was a college for Benedictine monks, founded in 1283 and dissolved with the Dissolution of the Monasteries in about 1539.
These tendencies may have accumulated substantial support among the working class by attacking the privileges and luxuries the state offered to its high-paid elite.

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