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Unlike so many of the power-starved intellectuals in underdeveloped nations of our own day, they commanded both prestige and influence before the Revolution started.
Unlike many decorative patterns that present a static flat convention, this artist's pictures are full of atmosphere and climate.
Unlike his translation of the Pastoral Care, Alfred here deals very freely with his original and though the late Dr. G. Schepss showed that many of the additions to the text are to be traced not to Alfred himself, but to the glosses and commentaries which he used, still there is much in the work which is solely Alfred's and highly characteristic of his style.
Unlike some non-mammalian animals ( such as lizards that shed their tails, salamanders that can regrow many missing body parts, and hydras, flatworms, and starfish that can regrow entire bodies from small fragments ), once removed, human extremities do not grow back, unlike portions of some organs, such as the liver.
Unlike many former Soviet bloc militaries, discipline and morale problems are not common.
Unlike many other statistics, a player's OPS does not have a simple intrinsic meaning, despite its usefulness as a comparative statistic.
Unlike many power hitters, Ruth also hit for a high batting average: his. 342 lifetime average is the tenth highest in baseball history, and in one season ( 1923 ) he batted. 393, a Yankee record.
Unlike many Jews, conservative Christians consider Daniel ’ s visions as prophetic.
Unlike many artists who were " discovered " and recorded in their normal venues, in December 1925 or January 1926, he was taken to Chicago, Illinois, to record his first tracks.
Unlike many child actors, Mumy entered the profession at his own insistence, and his parents took pains to make sure he matured properly in his job.
Unlike with geographical maps, where many famous projections are known ( such as the Mercator projection ), the calendar projection is a matter of such triviality that no names for these exist in common circulation.
Unlike many other forms of psychotherapy, the patient is very involved in CBT.
Unlike many earlier Lisps, Common Lisp ( like Scheme ) uses lexical variable scope by default for both interpreted and compiled code.
Unlike the typical menu selections of many other Chinese cuisines, Teochew restaurant menus often have a dessert section.
Unlike many Midwestern and East Coast cities, Chicago tends to have wider streets.
Unlike many anime titles, viewers weren ’ t expected to have knowledge of Asian culture — character names, signs, and the like were primarily in English to begin with — or have seen any other anime series prior.
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Unlike in many other Christian countries, St. Nicholas does not play a major role in Polish Christmas, but instead, is celebrated on his Saint feast day of December 6.
Unlike in many other European countries, the general image of Święty Mikołaj in Poland is basically no different to the one of the Anglo-Saxon Santa Claus ( he is said to live in the North Pole, wear red clothes and a white beard, use reindeers to pull his sleigh, or enter houses via the chimney ).
Unlike any of the planets mentioned, Io is continuously volcanically active and contains many calderas with diameters tens of kilometers across.
Unlike many other succulents, the stem is the only part of most cacti where this vital process takes place.
Unlike many NFL teams, the Cowboys do not retire jersey numbers of past standouts as a matter of policy.
Unlike the hierarchical structure, it can relate to many records and accesses them by following one of several paths.
Unlike many late-1960s clubs, which featured live bands, discothèques used the DJ's selection and mixing of records as the entertainment.
Unlike many object-oriented languages, but like Smalltalk, Eiffel does not permit any assignment into fields of objects, except within the features of an object, which is the practical application of the principle of information hiding or data abstraction, requiring formal interfaces for data mutation.

Unlike and contemporaries
Unlike his contemporaries, Bill Haley has rarely been portrayed on screen.
Unlike notable contemporaries like Titchener and James, Ebbinghaus did not promote any specific school of psychology nor was he known for extensive lifetime research, having only done three works.
Unlike many of his contemporaries, he was brought up in a Christian family rather than converting as an adult.
Unlike his contemporaries, he emphasizes the difference between the Hebrew Bible " apocrypha " and the Hebraica veritas of the protocanonical books.
Unlike many of his contemporaries, he did not record in the early blues era, but his life is well documented thanks to his autobiography, I Say Me for a Parable: The Oral Autobiography of Mance Lipscomb, Texas Bluesman, narrated to Glen Alyn, which was published posthumously, and also a short 1971 documentary by Les Blank, A Well Spent Life.
Unlike many of their underground contemporaries, the Replacements played " heart-on-the-sleeve " rock songs that combined Westerberg's " raw-throated adolescent howl ," with self-deprecating lyrics.
Unlike his contemporaries, Corbusier often chose to use timber windows rather than metal ones.
Unlike many of his contemporaries, he advocated a liberal economy, free and equal public education, constitutionalism, and equal rights for women and people of all races.
Unlike his contemporaries Ferdinand Tönnies and Max Weber, he focused not on what motivates the actions of individuals ( an approach associated with methodological individualism ), but rather on the study of social facts.
Unlike many of her MGM contemporaries, Shearer's fame declined steeply after retirement.
Unlike many of his surrealist contemporaries, Miró had previously preferred to stay away from explicitly political commentary in his work.
Unlike many of his contemporaries, Wiener was not invited to participate in the Manhattan Project.
Unlike many of his contemporaries who imitated the abstract cubist experiments, Hopper was attracted to realist art.
Unlike many of his contemporaries, he was scrupulous with writing up and publishing his findings, producing almost annual reports for the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, and also ensured that he acknowledged the help of all of his diggers.
Unlike many of his wealthier contemporaries, Hawksmoor never travelled to Italy on a Grand Tour, where he might have been influenced by the style of architecture there.
Unlike many of his contemporaries, he has always refused to write his own screenplays and has attached great importance to the contribution of his chosen writer, whose status in the shared " authorship " of the film he fully acknowledges.
Daniel Gioffre stated in the Allmusic review: " Unlike many of their contemporaries, Deftones are very controlled even in the midst of chaos.
Unlike his near contemporaries Walton and Britten, Tippett was slow to mature.
Unlike his many Cambridge contemporaries, he continued his career at the Bar, becoming a practising Queen's Counsel in 1982 ( unlike many barrister-MPs who are awarded the title as an honorific despite no longer practising at the Bar ).
Unlike many of his contemporaries, he never wrote memoirs about his war experiences.
Unlike its contemporaries, which tend to depict the Second Coming of Christ, the subject of Vézelay's tympanum is the Pentecostal Mission of the Apostles.
Unlike many of his contemporaries, Pradier oversaw the finish of his sculptures himself.
Unlike several of his avant-garde contemporaries, Beckmann rejected non-representational painting ; instead, he took up and advanced the tradition of figurative painting.
Unlike those contemporaries he never traveled abroad to study Italian painting, and his career is marked by an indifference to their intellectual and courtly aspirations.
Unlike some similar, independent rock contemporaries, Fugazi's performances and tours were always profitable, due to the group's popularity, low business overhead costs, and MacKaye's keen sense of audience response in given regions.

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