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These modifications garnered criticism from longtime fans and some of the attraction's original Imagineers ; in Jason Surrell's book Pirates of the Caribbean: From The Magic Kingdom to the Movies, showwriter Francis Xavier " X " Atencio referred to these " softening " touches as " Boy Scouts of the Caribbean ".
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These modifications are often essential for the function or regulation of a protein ; for example, the carboxylation of glutamate allows for better binding of calcium cations, and the hydroxylation of proline is critical for maintaining connective tissues.
These preaching friars, with the authorization of Gregory IX, adopted ( with some modifications, e. g. the substitution of the " Gallican " for the " Roman " version of the Psalter ) the Breviary hitherto used exclusively by the Roman court, and with it gradually swept out of Europe all the earlier partial books ( Legendaries, Responsories ), & c., and to some extent the local Breviaries, like that of Sarum.
These practices, which matured in the Tang Dynasty, were to be inherited by the later dynasties with some modifications.
These modifications may also form a signal sequence which determines the final destination of the protein.
These successes allowed the government to concentrate in 1996 and 1997 on major structural reforms such as the implementation of a fully funded pension system ( partly modelled after Chile's pension system with major modifications ), reform of higher education, and the creation of a national treasury.
These modifications of the basic 8086 design were one of the first jobs assigned to Intel's then new design office and laboratory in Haifa, Israel.
These factors also make it quite common for modern-day builders to promote modifications to the basic design, such as adding a finger board, pedal, electronic pickup, drum head, or making the staff immovable.
These modifications include acetylation, methylation, ubiquitylation, phosphorylation and sumoylation.
These tournaments increasingly made various modifications to the College Bowl format, and came to be known as quiz bowl.
These cars are closer to standard form than in GT2, and in most cases modifications are restricted to those found in one-make cups.
These modifications make it easier to enter and exit the movement, and thus easier to incorporate into a long sequence of calls.
These changes include histone modifications, such as histone H3 methylation and histone H2A ubiquitination, as well as direct modification of the DNA itself, via the methylation of CpG sites.
These modifications also increase the stiffness and torsional rigidity of the chassis and have been adopted in Locosts in other countries.
These data include artifacts ( objects made or modified by humans ), features ( modifications to the site itself such as post molds, burials, and hearths ), ecofacts ( evidence for the local environment and resources being used such as snail shells, seeds, and butchered bones ).
These modifications stayed into use until the disintegration of the USSR on 25 December 1991, at which time the flag ceased to be a national flag.
These vibrations can be controlled by adding features like close-fitting spring guides or by aftermarket tuning done by " air-gunsmiths " who specialize in air gun modifications.
These sports are typically played using International Federation of Association Football ( FIFA ) rules, with modifications to the field of play, equipment, numbers of players, and other rules as required to make the game suitable for the athletes.
These modifications encode the source location, and may be captured via an impulse response which relates the source location and the ear location.
These modifications include the shape of the listener's outer ear, the shape of the listener's head and body, the acoustical characteristics of the space in which the sound is played, and so on.
These modifications make Safari on Mac OS X and Windows look more similar to Safari on iPhone than previous versions.
These modifications were relatively simple and could be carried out by users who knew how to handle a soldering iron.
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These resources are in turn garnered by controlling special points on the map and / or possessing certain types of units and structures devoted to this purpose.
After leaving the Rank Organisation in the early 1960s, Bogarde abandoned his heart-throb image for more challenging parts, such as barrister Melville Farr in Victim ( 1961 ), directed by Basil Dearden ; decadent valet Hugo Barrett in The Servant ( 1963 ), which garnered him a BAFTA Award, directed by Joseph Losey and written by Harold Pinter ; The Mind Benders ( 1963 ), a film ahead of its times in which Bogarde plays an Oxford professor conducting sensory deprivation experiments at Oxford University ( precursor to Altered States ( 1980 )); the anti-war film King & Country ( 1964 ), playing an army lawyer reluctantly defending deserter Tom Courtenay, directed by Joseph Losey ; a television broadcaster-writer Robert Gold in Darling ( 1965 ), for which Bogarde won a second BAFTA Award, directed by John Schlesinger ; Stephen, a bored Oxford University professor, in Losey's Accident, ( 1967 ) also written by Pinter ; Our Mother's House ( 1967 ), an off-beat film-noir directed by Jack Clayton in which Bogarde plays an n ' er do well father who descends upon " his " seven children on the death of their mother, British entry at the Venice Film Festival ; German industrialist Frederick Bruckmann in Luchino Visconti's La Caduta degli dei, The Damned ( 1969 ) co-starring Ingrid Thulin ; as ex-Nazi, Max Aldorfer, in the chilling and controversial Il Portiere di notte, The Night Porter ( 1974 ), co-starring Charlotte Rampling, directed by Liliana Cavani ; and most notably, as Gustav von Aschenbach in Morte a Venezia, Death in Venice ( 1971 ), also directed by Visconti ; as Claude, the lawyer son of a dying, drunken writer ( John Gielgud ) in the well-received, multi-dimensional French film Providence ( 1977 ), directed by Alain Resnais ; as industrialist Hermann Hermann who descends into madness in Despair ( 1978 ) directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder ; and as Daddy in Bertrand Tavernier's Daddy Nostalgie, ( aka These Foolish Things ) ( 1991 ), co-starring Jane Birkin as his daughter, Bogarde's final film role.
These works garnered Rucka much critical acclaim and comparisons to the elite writers of crime / suspense fiction.
These films garnered him enough respect that he was offered the starring role in the critically acclaimed indie film Happy, Texas ( 1999 ).
These new spaces have created a lovely new atmosphere for students and has garnered a number of compliments from students, faculty, and alumni.
These albums demonstrated Heather's longtime interest in the epic King Arthur story, and garnered mention in the scholarly New Arthurian Encyclopedia.
These ideas, along with his clearly Protestant belief system, garnered the Taiping rebellion interest in Western circles.
These stories tend to focus on subjects related to popular culture and make use of man-on-the-street style interviews, shots of tabloid magazine headlines, and clips garnered from videos on YouTube.
These artists reveled in relative obscurity outside Hungary until Speak ( artist ) released a video which garnered worldwide attention as well as over 2 million views on Youtube.