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They and other authors freely expanded or modified pre-existing models, constantly refining the moral content without interest or access to much more detail regarding the factual content.
They began as baptismal formulae and were later expanded during the Christological controversies of the 4th and 5th centuries to become statements of faith.
They have been measured in detail, and match what would be expected if small thermal variations, generated by quantum fluctuations of matter in a very tiny space, had expanded to the size of the observable universe we see today.
They also said agriculture should not be expanded, sustainable support capabilities should be incorporated into the area and pollution sources should be reduced.
They city also expanded with the incorporation of the city of Rockingham and the establishment of the Davenport Municipal Airport.
They established bases on the northern highlands of the Ethiopian Plateau and from there expanded southward.
They expanded the range of geometry to many new kinds of figures, curves, surfaces, and solids ; they changed its methodology from trial-and-error to logical deduction ; they recognized that geometry studies " eternal forms ", or abstractions, of which physical objects are only approximations ; and they developed the idea of the " axiomatic method ", still in use today.
They also demanded that the colour palette be expanded to 4096 colours, the same as that of the Amiga.
They based their growth on maritime trade and expanded their colonial empire in Asia, the Americas and the South Africa.
They named Saint Kitts " Liamuiga " meaning " fertile island ", and would likely have expanded further north if not for the arrival of Europeans.
They predict that human beings may eventually be able to transform themselves into beings with such greatly expanded abilities as to merit the label " posthuman ".
They expanded the franchise beyond the Constitutional requirement to more nearly embrace “ the people ”.
They were expanded greatly, and began to be offered by a number of state and local governments during the early Progressive Era in the late nineteenth century.
They feature expanded cargo and passenger space however usually achieve lower mileage and cost more to manufacture.
They are notably absent from cities such as Calgary, Edmonton, and Winnipeg that lie on flat plains and have expanded outwardly on former agricultural land.
They expanded down the Orinoco River to Trinidad, and then spread rapidly up the islands of the Caribbean.
They expanded their influence to the eastern and southern coast from Bosa to Karalis, consolidating a large number of Phoenician colonies all over the western Mediterranean under one empire for the first time.
They were massively expanded during World War II, forming ten Airborne Corps plus numerous Independent Airborne Brigades, with most or all achieving Guards status.
They found that the Barrier Inlet had expanded to form a large bay, in which were hundreds of whales, which led to the immediate christening of the area as the Bay of Whales.
They and include
They include the Navy's Atlantic Command at Norfolk, Virginia, which is in contact with the Polaris subs ; ;
They can also include essential oils that have some antibacterial properties, like phenol, thymol, eugenol, eucalyptol or menthol.
They include the enclaves of temperate rainforest lying along the southeastern coast of the Black Sea in eastern Turkey and Georgia.
They include: the Second Battle of Athenry ( 1316 ); the battle of Knockdoe ( 1504 ); the Battle of the Yellow Ford ( 1596 ); the First Battle of Curlew Pass ( 1599 ); the Battle of Dungans Hill ( 1647 ); the Battle of Castlebar ( 1798 ), and the Battle of the Bogside ( 1969 ).
They include the 22 proteinogenic (" protein building ") amino acids which combine into peptide chains (" polypeptides ") to form the building blocks of a vast array of proteins.
They include two concertos for pianoforte, one in C major and one in B flat major, ( both 1773 ); a concerto for organ in C Major in two movements, ( the middle movement is missing from the autograph score, or perhaps, it was an improvised organ solo ) ( also 1773 ); two concertante works: a concerto for oboe, violin and cello in D major ( 1770 ), and a flute and oboe concerto in C major ( 1774 ).
They include the major rivers of north Europe, such as the Oder, the Vistula, the Neman, the Daugava and the Neva.
They include the Indigenous Australians, the Melanesians ( now divided into Austronesian-speaking populations and Papuans, and including the great genetic diversity of New Guinea ), the Semang people of the Malay peninsula, and indigenous first nation Fijians.
They include a long line of TV advertisements in the 1990s featuring three frogs named " Bud ", " Weis ", and " Er ", the Budweiser Ants, and a campaign built around the phrase " Whassup?
They include the Olympics in Barcelona in 1992, Atlanta in 1996, Sydney in 2000, Salt Lake City in 2002, Athens in 2004, Turin in 2006, Beijing in 2008, Vancouver in 2010, and London in 2012.
They include instructions to worship only God and to keep the Sabbath, and prohibitions against idolatry, blasphemy, murder, theft, and adultery.
They include such problems as determining when one work is " derived " from another, or deciding when information has been placed in a " tangible " or " material " form.
* Sulfonated polysaccharides: They occur in the cell walls of most algae ; those common in red algae include agarose, carrageenan, porphyran, furcelleran and funoran.
They are usually complex proprietary formulations containing Portland clinker and a number of other ingredients that may include limestone, hydrated lime, air entrainers, retarders, waterproofers and coloring agents.