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Third, sedimentation rates in the Himalaya are extremely high, leading to rapid loss of storage capacity as sediments accumulate behind dams.
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Third, temperatures must be lower than those in stars ( elements are stripped of electrons: a plasma state ) but higher than in the interstellar medium ( reaction rates are too low ).
By the end of the 1960s, the idea of the Third World came to represent countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America that were considered underdeveloped by the West based on a variety of characteristics ( low economic development, low life expectancy, high rates of poverty and disease, etc .).
Over the last few decades, global population growth has largely been focused in Third World countries ( which often have higher birth rates than Developed countries ).
He enlisted as a mess attendant and then became a Petty Officer Third Class in the rate of Steward, one of the few rates open to African Americans at that time.
The population of Pine Ridge suffer health conditions commonly found in Third World countries, including high mortality rates, depression, alcoholism, drug abuse, malnutrition and diabetes, among others.
While these rates are higher than the general U. S. population, they are lower than those of other non-brat Third Culture Kids ( 84 – 90 % college degree and 40 % graduate degree ).
The Third Circuit court ruled in 2009 that an allocation agreement in fact did exist, and that the City of Austin must adjust its tax rates so that the ad valorem taxes were equivalent such that the taxes paid by residents in the M. U. D.
The rates of Hospital Corpsman Third Class ( HM3 ), Second Class ( HM2 ), and First Class ( HM1 ), and Chief Hospital Corpsman ( HMC ) were supplemented by Senior Chief Hospital Corpsman ( HMCS ) and Master Chief Hospital Corpsman ( HMCM ) in 1958.
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Third, we can offer technical help in the formulation of programs for development which are adapted to the country's objectives and resources.
Third, the significance of the vocational courses is that those enrolled are keenly interested in the work ; ;
There are some scholars who go even further and divide Second Zechariah into Second Zechariah ( 9-11 ) and Third Zechariah ( 12-14 ) since each begins with a heading oracle.
Third, conspiracy theories are often presented as special, secret knowledge unknown or unappreciated by others.
With this philosophy in mind, many grassroots efforts such as The Project for Public Spaces are being started to create this " Third Place " in communities.
Subtly but powerfully, the message has often been insinuated that Western cultures are superior to the cultures of the Third World.
* Confusion or incompetence on the part of African doctors: " Many common Third World diseases are confused with AIDS even if they are not part of its official definition.
Finally, teams from the Premier League and Football League Championship enter at the Third Round Proper, at which point there are 64 teams remaining in the competition.
The Third Lateran Council and the Fourth Lateran Council are generally considered to be of much greater significance than Lateran I.
The lakes are sometimes referred to as the North Coast or " Third Coast " by some citizens of the United States.
* 813: Third Council of Tours: Priests are ordered to preach in the native language of the population.
Third, because glucose levels are often above normal for long periods of time ( hours, days, or months ) in persons with diabetes, hypoglycemic symptoms may sometimes occur at higher thresholds than in people whose blood sugar is usually normal.
Huginn and Muninn are attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources ; the Prose Edda and Heimskringla, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson ; in the Third Grammatical Treatise, compiled in the 13th century by Óláfr Þórðarson ; and in the poetry of skalds.
In the Prose Edda and the Third Grammatical Treatise, the two ravens are described as perching on Odin's shoulders.
Third party administrators are companies that perform underwriting and sometimes claims handling services for insurance companies.
In this, it is similar to the laws of physics: in the same way as the Third of Newton's laws of Motion requires that for every action there must be an equal and opposite reaction, justice requires according individuals or groups what they actually deserve, merit, or are entitled to.
The Third Creation: Great demons ( called archons in bar-Khonai's account ) are hung out over the heavens, and then the Father of Greatness begins the Third Creation.
The most notable architectural remains from early Mesopotamia are the temple complexes at Uruk from the 4th millennium BC, temples and palaces from the Early Dynastic period sites in the Diyala River valley such as Khafajah and Tell Asmar, the Third Dynasty of Ur remains at Nippur ( Sanctuary of Enlil ) and Ur ( Sanctuary of Nanna ), Middle Bronze Age remains at Syrian-Turkish sites of Ebla, Mari, Alalakh, Aleppo and Kultepe, Late Bronze Age palaces at Bogazkoy ( Hattusha ), Ugarit, Ashur and Nuzi, Iron Age palaces and temples at Assyrian ( Kalhu / Nimrud, Khorsabad, Nineveh ), Babylonian ( Babylon ), Urartian ( Tushpa / Van Kalesi, Cavustepe, Ayanis, Armavir, Erebuni, Bastam ) and Neo-Hittite sites ( Karkamis, Tell Halaf, Karatepe ).
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Due to many of the Third World countries being extremely poor, it became a stereotype such that people commonly refer to undeveloped countries as " third world countries ," often used in a pejorative way.
In Tolkien's Middle-earth, Mithril is extremely rare by the end of the Third Age, as it was now found only in Khazad-dûm.
However they were extremely controversial and this led to a major environmentalist campaign ( sometimes dubbed the Third battle of Newbury ) opposing the development.
Third, the angelic material takes the form of a set of conjurations that were supposed to summon an extremely powerful set of angelic beings who, he believed, would be able to reveal many secrets, especially the key to the philosopher's stone.
It is extremely rare in today's Navy, but provisions do allow for Petty Officer Third Class to wear gold ranks provided they meet the same requirements.
While Third Watch was lauded for its emotional and honest portrayal of the events surrounding the 9 / 11 terrorist attacks, it was also criticized in some circles for extremely detailed violence and prevalent ( by network television standards ) profane language.
" Kershaw shares Wehler's opinion, that, besides the problem that such theories about Hitler's medical condition were extremely difficult to prove, they had the effect of personalizing the phenomena of Nazi Germany by more or less attributing everything that happened in the Third Reich to one flawed individual.
A lot of spectator enjoyment derives either from the frequent combination of a last recognised batsman adopting extremely aggressive play ( in an effort to score as many runs as possible before he runs out of batting partners-one reason why aggressive batsmen like Andrew Flintoff and Adam Gilchrist are often deliberately placed relatively low in the batting order ) and the constant risk of a wicket, the alternative situation where no recognised batsmen remains and the tail-enders ( relieved of their responsibility to bat carefully for anybody else ) often unleash their rarely seen arsenal of attacking shots, or alternatively the extremely tense situation which sometimes emerges towards the end of a match when a batting side, facing defeat, can only salvage a draw and save the match by batting to the end of the final day, which becomes difficult once the worst batsmen are in, and their survival is always nerve-wracking — English fans fondly remember the last wicket stand of Angus Fraser and Robert Croft, batting out the last few overs of the drawn Third Test against South Africa at Old Trafford in 1998, when the dismissal of either of them would have resulted in a loss.
The recent premiere of his Third Symphony had been nothing short of disastrous, receiving an extremely negative, though not surprising review from Eduard Hanslick, given Hanslick's predilection for the works of Brahms.
Third, it is biographical, in terms of the author being extremely honest, open, and self-analytical about her own position and experience relative to the TRC-racially as a white Afrikaner, professionally as a radio journalist, emotionally as someone grappling with her nation's bloody past, and personally as her experiences covering the TRC affect her intimate life.
The Pedubast statue is extremely rare since it is one of the very few large sized bronze statues of Egyptian kings in existence and the only large surviving bronze one known for the Third Intermediate Period.