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These things are important to almost all Persians and perhaps most important to the most ordinary.
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These new pictures focussed on the familiar and commonplace objects that he had heard the men in his prison camp talking about as the things they missed most, hence associated with the sense of lost freedom: the cafe at the corner, the newspaper kiosk, the girls in doorways and windows along the street, the golden-crusted French bread they lacked, the cigarettes denied them.
These illiterate boors conscripted from villages all across the Czarina's empire had, Suvorov may have told Lewis, just two things a commander could count on: physical fitness and personal courage.
These things have been disseminated by other means, but always in the wake of extensive publication of analytic results.
These things both express and, at the same time, continue contributing to, their identity diffusion in an area that could have become a source of developing dignity and self-certainty.
These adherents of ritualism, among whom were Percy Dearmer and others, claimed that the Ornaments Rubric prescribed the ritual usages of the Sarum Rite with the exception of a few minor things already abolished by the early reformation.
These include things like the maintenance of hydrological cycles, cleaning air and water, the maintenance of oxygen in the atmosphere, crop pollination and even things like beauty, inspiration and opportunities for research.
These may be caused by many different things, some thought to be things such as CNS infections and trauma.
( See Browser wars ) These included extensions to control stylistic aspects of documents, contrary to the " belief the academic engineering community that such things as text color, background texture, font size and font face were definitely outside the scope of a language when their only intent was to specify how a document would be organized.
These collections of things are often highly organized, carefully cataloged, and attractively displayed.
These mostly take the form of humorous misspellings, prodigious reference to things, or reference to several of the regular users.
: These are the things for which a person enjoys the dividends in this world while the principal remains for the person to enjoy in the world to come ; they are: honoring parents, loving deeds of kindness, and making peace between one person and another.
In this reference Eusebius writes: “ These things happened to the Jews to avenge James the Just, who was a brother of Jesus, that is called the Christ.
These things varied from region to region, based on the specific industrialisation path taken in the place in question.
: These are usually traditional boxes, but these " mystery " boxes have either vague starting areas, no starting areas, no descriptions, no clue -- any number of things to make the box extremely hard to find.
These mean, respectively, how people understand themselves to be able to be in a right relationship with supernatural powers, and how to explain evil-or why bad things seem to happen to those who seem to be good people ".
These are sociopathic Mentats free from the usual constraints of human morality or instinctual considerations ( Piter is, among other things, a sadist, and acts as torturer for the Baron ).
These were precisely the ' urban ills ' Modernism was meant to ' solve ', but more often than not, the types of ' comprehensive ', ' one size fits all ' approaches to planning made things worse., and residents began to show interest in becoming involved in decisions which had once been solely entrusted to professionals of the built environment.
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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 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 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 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.