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Two especially influential translations are the Kumārajīva version, which is the most widely used, and the Xuanzang version.
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Two Aegean vases were found at Sidon in 1885, and many fragments of Aegean and especially Cypriot pottery have been found during recent excavations of sites in Philistia by the Palestine Fund.
Two and a half months were needed to reach the city, at the cost of repeated battles against the Dahomean warriors, especially the Amazons of the King.
Friedman wrote extensively of his life and experiences, especially in 1998 in his memoirs with his wife Rose, titled Two Lucky People.
John Locke incorporated natural law into many of his theories and philosophy, especially in Two Treatises of Government.
Two of their ancient oracles became especially famous during the pre-colonial period: the Agbala oracle at Awka and the Chukwu oracle at Arochukwu.
Two years later, under the pressure of Allies ( especially France desperate to open a new front ), on August 14 / 27 1916 it joined the Allies, for which they were promised support for the accomplishment of national unity, Romania declared war on Austria-Hungary.
Two especially important figures in this period of British history are the prime ministers Gladstone and Disraeli, whose contrasting views changed the course of history.
Two discrete, sociological theories explain and justify gentrification as an economic process ( production-side theory ) and as a social process ( consumption-side theory ) that occurs when the suburban gentry tire of the automobile-dependent urban sprawl style of life ; thus, professionals, empty nest aged parents, and recent university graduates perceive the attractiveness of the city center — earlier abandoned during white flight — especially if the poor community possesses a transport hub and its architecture sustains the pedestrian traffic that allows the proper human relations impeded by ( sub ) urban sprawl.
Two submarines of the United States Navy have been named USS Tang, after the tang, or surgeonfish, especially of the several West Indian species.
Two main topics were of interest: the exploration of the Czech village and the extent to which it remained an oasis of good morals ( Jan Herben, Karel Václav Rais, Alois Mrštík ); and Prague, especially the life of the lower classes ( Ignát Herrman, Karel Matěj Čapek Chod ).
Two other tributaries, called the Maranhão and Paranatinga, collect an immense volume of water from the highlands which surround them, especially on the south and south-east.
In Carthage and North Africa Baʿal Hammon was especially associated with the ram and was worshiped also as Baʿal Qarnaim (" Lord of Two Horns ") in an open-air sanctuary at Jebel Bu Kornein (" the two-horned hill ") across the bay from Carthage.
Two especially well known productions are Michael Bogdanov's 1978 RSC production at the Aldwych, starring Jonathan Pryce and Paola Dionisotti and Gale Edwards's 1995 RSC production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, starring Michael Siberry and Josie Lawrence.
Although he favors unification, especially under " One Country, Two Systems ", Li refuses to call himself Pan-Blue due to its association with the KMT.
Two types of soprano especially dear to the French are the Dugazon and the Falcon, which are intermediate voice types between the soprano and the mezzo-soprano: a Dugazon is a darker-colored soubrette, a Falcon a darker-colored soprano drammatico.
Two Aegean vases were found at Sidon in 1885, and many fragments of Aegean and especially Cypriote pottery have been turned up during recent excavations of sites in Philistia by the Palestine Fund.
Two ports on the Rhine provide transport capacity on cargo ships, especially for petroleum products.
When Jonathan Hyde, the Hansons ' educated but impoverished lodger, reads A Tale of Two Cities aloud for the family, all of them, especially aspiring writer Katrin, are deeply moved by the story.
Two of her novels, The Sea Priestess and Moon Magic, became influential within the religion of Wicca, especially upon Doreen Valiente.
The South American Checklist Committee's entry for the Threskiornithidae includes the following comment " Two subfamilies are traditionally ( e. g., Matheu & del Hoyo 1992 ) recognized: Threskiornithinae for ibises and Plataleinae for spoonbills ; because the main distinction has to do with bill shape, additional information, especially genetic, is required to recognize a major, deep split in the family.
Two of the most important laws when dealing with legal issues of online communities, especially social networking sites are Section 512c of the Digital Millennium Act and Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.
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Two very influential 20th-century teachers of this approach were Henriette Renie and Marcel Grandjany, who both studied with Alphonse Hasselmans.
Two of the most successful and influential acts of the era, Bob Dylan and the Beatles, were among the first to experiment with such references.
In an early and highly influential article, The Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two, the psychologist George Miller suggested that human short-term memory has a forward memory span of approximately seven items plus or minus two and that that was well known at the time ( it seems to go back to the 19th-century researcher Wundt ).
Two of the most influential historians who had yet lived flourished during Greece's classical age: Herodotus and Thucydides.
On 7 May 1959, Snow delivered an influential Rede Lecture called The Two Cultures, which provoked " widespread and heated debate ".
There have been other timpani concertos, notably, Philip Glass, considered one of the most influential composers of the late 20th century, wrote a double concerto titled Concerto Fantasy for Two Timpanists and Orchestra, which features its soloists playing nine drums apiece.
Two influential papers that incorporate a New Keynesian Phillips curve are Clarida, Galí, and Gertler ( 1999 ) and Blanchard and Galí ( 2007 ).
In Britain, the most influential modern opponents of the 2SH favor the Farrer hypothesis, while Farmer's revised Griesbach hypothesis, also known as the Two Gospel hypothesis, is probably the chief rival to the Two Source hypothesis in America.
Two particularly influential and widely recorded figures are often treated, somewhat inaccurately, as interpretive antipodes.
Two reviews from the most influential newspapers in London at the time solidified and validated the public's interest in the project and the artists ' efforts.
Two theories in particular were influential, the " Frontier Thesis " and the " Sectional Hypothesis ".
In his study of political theory in Britain from 1689 to 1720, J. P. Kenyon said that Sidney's Discourses " were certainly much more influential than Locke's Two Treatises ".
Two influential collections of aphorisms published in the 20th century were The Uncombed Thoughts by Stanislaw Jerzy Lec ( in Polish ), and Itch of Wisdom by Mikhail Turovsky ( in Russian and English ).
* May 7-Scientist and novelist C. P. Snow delivers an influential Rede Lecture on The Two Cultures, concerning a perceived breakdown of communication between the sciences and humanities, in the Senate House, University of Cambridge.
The Two Cultures is the title of an influential 1959 Rede Lecture by British scientist and novelist C. P. Snow.
It first appeared in the 1990s and was pioneered by IG Culture, and the release of the 4hero album Two Pages was influential on the emerging sound and scene.
Two influential voices within the New York Times itself soon weighed in, attacking the accuracy of Miller's reporting and the liberties she took in the sourcing of her stories, which they claimed violated the paper's standards.
In Osnova, Kostomarov published his influential article " Dve russkiye narodnosti ", ‘ Two Russian Nationalities ’.
Two years later, on 9 April 1948, the assassination of the popular and influential Liberal candidate, Jorge Eliécer Gaitán began the decade period ( 1948 – 58 ) of Colombia's history known as la Violencia ( the Violence ), between the right-wing and the left-wing of the national political spectrum.