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Writing three centuries later, Ibn Abi Zar suggested it was chosen early on by Abdallah Ibn Yasin because, upon finding resistance among the Gudala Berbers of Adrar ( Mauritania ) to his teaching, he took a handful of followers to erect a makeshift ribat ( monastery-fortress ) on an offshore island ( possibly Tidra island, in Arguin bay ).
" Writing in Collier's more than 20 years earlier, Dorais ' Notre Dame teammate Knute Rockne acknowledged Cochems as the early leader in the use of the pass, observing, " One would have thought that so effective a play would have been instantly copied and become the vogue.
Writing down the targum was prohibited, nevertheless some targumatic writings appeared as early as the middle of the first century AD.
Writing in Latin letters was introduced to Scandinavia with Christianity, so there are few native documentary sources from Scandinavia before the late 11th and early 12th centuries.
Writing in the early 1880s:
Writing in the 1960s, the historian Gene Weltfish drew from earlier work of Wissler and Spinden to suggest that the sacrificial practice might have been transferred in the early 16th century from the Aztec of present-day Mexico.
The first section of On Writing is an Autobiography mainly about King ’ s early exposure to writing, and his childhood attempts at writing.
Writing in early Mesopotamia seems to that the need to document economic transactions, and consisted often in lists which scribes knowledgeable in writing and arithmetics engraved in cuneiform letters into tablets of clay.
Writing in 1981, Neil Philip noted that it had become " fashionable to condemn Garner's early work, perhaps because of his own dismissive attitude to it.
In the early 1990s came the yearly Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays edited by M. Wynn Thomas & Tony Brown.
Writing sessions for Generator began around late 1990 / early 1991.
Writing to his friend so early as 1744, Akenside said that the intimacy had " the force of an additional conscience, of a new principle of religion ", and there seems to have been no break in their affection.
Writing in The Times Literary Supplement, Alexander Fiske-Harrison reviewed her final novel in 2000, Gemini, and through that her entire oeuvre of historical fiction: " Although Dunnett ’ s writing style is not the neutral prose of genre fiction and it can be opaque and hard to read, especially in the early works, at times, this works with the almost melodramatic content to produce a powerful, operatic mixture ...
She won early recognition for her writing from The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, winning student writing prizes in 1966, 1967, 1968, 1970, and 1971.
Marlatt ’ s, What Matters: Writing 1968-1970, includes some of her early writings, including " Rings " and " Vancouver Poems " and was published in 1980.
He goes on to say thatthe flow of town and history, of the Japanese people and the cannery, especially of the river and language, are more securely rooted in place and concentrated in the writing consciousness than in any other of her books .” And according to www. athabascau. ca, Net Work: Selected Writing is “ a selection of poetry spanning from Frames of a Story ( 1968 ) to What Matters ( 1980 ) is an excellent cross-section of her early poetry .” It is through these pieces and earlier pieces that Marlatt ’ s feminist theory begins to emerge.
An early, undated, statement of purpose articulates the founding vision of The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards as:
Writing in Greek, Eusebius of Caesarea ( died in 339 ), the bishop who wrote the first surviving general history of the early Christian churches, gave two different accounts of the events.
Writing in the early 18th century Martin Martin recorded that " this little isle is the most unequal rocky piece of ground to be seen anywhere: there is but very few acres fit for digging, the whole is covered with long heath, erica-baccifera, mertillus, and some mixture of grass ; it is reckoned very fruitful in pasturage: most of the rocks consist of the hectic stone, and a considerable part of them is of a red colour.
Writing for Newsweek, critic Jack Kroll thought the early part of the film was handled " with wit and style ", although he went on to say that the director was " hamstrung by Lorenzo Semple's script ".
It is in some ways a child of the Festival of Faith and Writing that has been taking place at the same institution since the early 1990s, and the two events alternate years, but it is organized independently of that event by the Student Activities Office.
" Writing over 150 years later, Siegbert Tarrasch, one of the world's strongest players in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, pronounced the opening " a decisive mistake " and wrote that " it is almost madness to play the King's Gambit.
Literary Chinese, Wényánwén ( 文言文 ), " Literary Writing ", is the form of written Chinese used from the end of the Han Dynasty to the early 20th century when it was replaced by vernacular written Chinese, or Baihua ( 白話 ).
Writing of the so-called " Maikop treasure " acquired from three separate sources by three museums early in the twentieth century, the Berliner Museen, the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, and the Metropolitan Museum, New York, Harper warned

Writing and 20th
The dominant copybooks in North America at the start of the 20th century included those produced by A. N. Palmer, a student of Gaskell, who developed the Palmer Method, as reflected in his Palmer's Guide to Business Writing, published in 1894.
In the last 87 years, The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards have recognized some of the most remarkable minds of the 20th century, including Richard Anuskiewicz, Richard Avedon, Harry Bertoia, Mel Bochner, Truman Capote, Paul Davis, Frances Farmer, Red Grooms, Robert Indiana, Bernard Malamud, Joyce Maynard, Joyce Carol Oates, Phillip Pearlstein, Peter S. Beagle, Sylvia Plath, Robert Redford, Jean Stafford, Mozelle Thompson, Ned Vizzini, Kay WalkingStick, Andy Warhol, and Charles White.
The 2011 edition of U. S. News publication ranked Suffolk Law School 20th in the United States for its legal clinics, 13th for its Alternative Dispute Resolution program, and 15th for its Legal Writing.
* Berg, Mary G. " Writing for her Life: The Essays of Clorinda Matto de Turner ", in Reinterpreting the Spanish American Essay: Women Writers of the 19th and 20th Centuries.
Writing in French in the 1950s, Oyono had only a brief literary career, but his anti-colonialist novels are considered classics of 20th century African literature ; his first novel, Une vie de boy — published in 1956 and later translated as Houseboy — is considered particularly important.
Fritz Fischer ( March 5, 1908 – December 1, 1999 ) was a German historian best known for his analysis of the causes of World War I. Fischer has been described by The Encyclopedia of Historians and Historical Writing as the most important German historian of the 20th century.

Writing and century
Writing in the 1st century BC, Horace refers to the wax abacus, a board covered with a thin layer of black wax on which columns and figures were inscribed using a stylus.
Writing in the 4th century, the Pilgrim of Bordeaux reported that the sepulchers of David, Ezekiel, Asaph, Job, Jesse, and Solomon were located near Bethlehem.
Saint Paul Writing His Epistles, 16th century painting.
Writing a century before Causantín was born, Bede recorded five languages in Britain.
Saint Paul Writing His Epistles, 16th century.
Artist depiction of " Saint Paul Writing His Epistles ", 16th century ( Blaffer Foundation Collection, Houston, Texas ).
A 17th century depiction of Paul Writing His Epistles.
Writing in the British newspaper The Independent in January 2006, Lovelock argued that, as a result of global warming, " billions of us will die and the few breeding pairs of people that survive will be in the Arctic where the climate remains tolerable " by the end of the 21st century.
Writing in the 1920s, Kondratiev proposed to apply the theory to the 19th century:
Writing in the 2nd century AD, the satirist Lucian points out that while temples to the major Olympians were everywhere, none to Prometheus is to be seen.
Writing in the 2nd century Athenaeus of Naucratis provides a recipe for lagana which he attributes to the 1st century Chrysippus of Tyana: sheets of dough made of wheat flour and the juice of crushed lettuce, then flavoured with spices and deep-fried in oil.
Writing his Lives of Illustrious Men ( Parallel Lives ) in the first century CE, the Middle Platonic philosopher Plutarch's chapter on Romulus gave an account of his mysterious disappearance and subsequent deification, comparing it to traditional Greek beliefs such as the resurrection and physical immortalization of Alcmene and Aristeas the Proconnesian, " for they say Aristeas died in a fuller's work-shop, and his friends coming to look for him, found his body vanished ; and that some presently after, coming from abroad, said they met him traveling towards Croton.
* Late 1st century – Young Woman Writing, detail of a wall painting, from Pompeii, is made.
Writing in the fourth century B. C., Aristotle also mentioned this principle.
Writing nearly a century later both the chroniclers John Mair and Hector Boece relied extensively on Bower for their own narratives.
Writing in 1910, Peirce admits that " in almost everything I printed before the beginning of this century I more or less mixed up hypothesis and induction " and he traces the confusion of these two types of reasoning to logicians ' too " narrow and formalistic a conception of inference, as necessarily having formulated judgments from its premises.
Writing at the end of the 17th century, Francisco Ximénez described the tradition that upon the temple human sacrifices were tied before the representation of Tohil, where the priest would open the victim's chest and cut out his heart.
Writing in the 12th century, Roger of Wendover credits Godiva as the persuasive force behind this act.
Writing in the early-to mid-8th century, he mostly paraphrases Gildas's writings in his Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum and De Temporum Ratione.
Writing more than a century later the writer W. H. Murray agreed, complaining that the visitors spoiled the " character and atmosphere ", and rather stand-offishly suggesting that " to know Staffa one must go alone ".
" Writing in the second half of the same century, Michael Doukas regarded the story as worthy of inclusion in his Historia Byzantina.

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