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This became the ' standard edition ' for the future and it featured some of the literary conventions that modern readers expectthere was still no spacing between words, little or no punctuation and no stage directions, but abbreviated names now denoted changes of speaker, lyrics are broken into ' cola ' and ' strophai ' or lines and stanzas, and a system of accentuation was introduced.
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One reel -- from eight to twelve minutes -- became the standard length from the year of Robbery, 1903, until Griffith shattered that limit forever with Birth Of A Nation in 1915.
He made use of the time by undertaking far more intensive fieldwork than had been done by British anthropologists, and his classic ethnography, Argonauts of the Western Pacific ( 1922 ) advocated an approach to fieldwork that became standard in the field: getting " the native's point of view " through participant observation.
By contrast, the cursive developed out of the Nabataean alphabet in the same period soon became the standard for writing Arabic, evolving into the Arabic alphabet as it stood by the time of the early spread of Islam.
It became effective as a federal government standard on May 26, 2002 after approval by the Secretary of Commerce.
Several editions featuring Newton's first three stanzas and the verse previously included by Harriet Beecher Stowe in Uncle Tom's Cabin were published by Excell between 1900 and 1910, and his version of " Amazing Grace " became the standard form of the song in American churches.
The AIX family of operating systems debuted in 1986, became the standard operating system for the RS / 6000 series on its launch in 1990, and is still actively developed by IBM.
Oreichalkos, the Ancient Greek translation of this term, was later adapted to the Latin aurichalcum meaning " golden copper " which became the standard term for brass.
Known as " Big Mac ", the encyclopedia became the standard baseball reference until 1988, when Total Baseball was released by Warner Books using more sophisticated technology.
Although he still wore a standard British officer's cap on arrival in the desert, he briefly wore an Australian broad-brimmed hat before switching to wearing the black beret ( with the badge of the Royal Tank Regiment next to the British General Officer's badge ) for which he became notable.
The language and its variants became widespread on microcomputers in the late 1970s and 1980s, when it was typically a standard feature, and often part of the firmware of the machine.
Capitalization of the letter K became the de facto standard for binary notation, although this could not be extended to higher powers.
Despite the absence of a Benedictine order, since most monasteries founded during the Middle Ages adopted the Rule of St Benedict, it became the standard for Western Monasticism.
In 1978, the Technics SL-1200MK2 turntable was released, whose comfortable and precise sliding pitch control and high torque direct drive motor made beatmatching easier and it became the standard among DJs.
Their reports led to doctrinal and training publications, which became the standard procedures by the time of the Second World War.
With open software specifications and the possibility of software licensing, new opportunities arose for software tools that then became the de facto standard, such as DOS for operating systems, but also various proprietary word processing and spreadsheet programs.
In a similar growth pattern, proprietary development methods became standard Software development methodology.
As the early 20th century gold standard was undermined by inflation and the late 20th century fiat dollar hegemony evolved, and as banks proliferated and engaged in more complex transactions and were able to profit from dealings globally on a moment's notice, these practices became mandatory, if only to ensure that there was some limit on the ballooning of money supply.
Over decades, the size of daily strips became smaller and smaller, until by the year 2000, four standard daily strips could fit in an area once occupied by a single daily strip.
The notation travelled from France to Britain, where it became standard, although at least one journal did not change from using to until 1896.
After World War II, the USSR would adopt a similar weapon, the AK-47, which became the standard Soviet infantry weapon.
Until about 2000, users of Unix desktops regarded CDE as the de facto standard, but at that time, other desktop environments such as GNOME and K Desktop Environment 2 were quickly becoming mature, and became almost universal on the Linux platform, which already had a larger user base than most commercial Unixes in total.
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Yet Britain In The Nineteenth Century became the vade mecum of beginning students of history, went through edition after edition, and continues to be reprinted up to the very present.
In lieu of the amanuensis to the blind or illiterate bard, one may conceive of a man who heard a vast store of oral poetry recited, and became intimately familiar with the established aids to poetizing, and himself wrote his own compositions or his edition of the compositions of the past.
Steinsaltz completed his Hebrew edition of the entire Babylonian Talmud in November 2010, at which time Koren Publishers Jerusalem became the publisher of all of his works, including the Talmud.
* The fifth UK edition introduced the " Evil " touch, whereby the authority character " Big Brother " became almost a villain.
After the communists took over mainland China, the Diocese of Hong Kong and Macao became independent of the Chung Hua Sheng Kung Hui, and continued to use the edition issued in Shanghai in 1938 with a revision in 1959.
The best known Latin translation of Arithmetica was made by Bachet in 1621 and became the first Latin edition that was widely available.
Problem II. 8 in the Arithmetica ( edition of 1670 ), annotated with Fermat's comment which became Fermat's Last Theorem.
When Fat ' h Ali became the Shah of Persia in 1797, he was given a set of the Britannica's 3rd edition, which he read completely ; after this feat, he extended his royal title to include " Most Formidable Lord and Master of the Encyclopædia Britannica ".
For example, despite continuous revision, the 14th edition became outdated after 35 years ( 1929 – 1964 ).
As a result of their family relationship, Hayek became one of the first to read Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus when the book was published in its original German edition in 1921.
" Michel De Villeneuve " had contracts with Jean Frellon for that work, and the Servetus scholar-researcher Francisco Javier González Echeverría presented research that became an accepted communication in the International Society for the History of Medicine which concluded that Michael De Villeneuve ( Michael Servetus ) is the author of the commentaries of this edition of Frellon, in Lyon.
The " Outlines " became sufficiently common for James Thurber to parody the trend in his humorous essay, " An Outline of Scientists "— indeed, Wells's Outline of History remains in print with a new 2005 edition, while A Short History of the World has been recently reedited ( 2006 ).
A new edition ( the first edition was resold in America ), released in December of the same year but carrying an 1866 date, was quickly printed and became an instant best-seller, securing Tenniel's lasting fame in the process.
The two men became personally acquainted, and it was in Savigny's well-stocked library that Grimm first turned over the leaves of Bodmer's edition of the Old German minnesingers and other early texts, and felt an eager desire to penetrate further into the obscurities and half-revealed mysteries of their language.
The title Liber Pontificalis goes back to the 12th century, although it only became current in the 15th century, and the canonical title of the work since the edition of Duchesne in the 19th century.
These changes were introduced in supplements for the second edition of the game and became core material in the third edition.
In 1967 Baba personally supervised the editing and publication of a new three-volume version of the Discourses, which became known as the sixth edition.
The 1922 edition of Laughead's tales inspired many others, and the character thereafter became widely known across the United States and Canada.
In 2000, The American Heritage Dictionary ( 4th edition ) became the first major dictionary to include the word retronym.
In region 2 and region 4, all three seasons of the remastered Original Series became available on DVD in the slimline edition ( in the UK and Germany in steelbook editions ) on April 27, 2009 as well as the first season in Blu-ray.