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  1. And practically everything and everybody else in his world. It showed his, everyday , life as a doctor working in a small clinic in the Bronx. Penny Marshall's 1990
  2. While at the same time" exaggerating the importance of the sensual in the, everyday , life of women ". Wollstonecraft was so determined to wipe sexuality from her
  3. Cloister himself in his own small world, which is completely cut off from the, everyday , reality of the majority of Japanese. The nickname Tenn is used in this sense
  4. Rules defining the official language. In addition to this standard variety, in,every day, life most Austrians speak one of a number of High German dialects. Standard
  5. At the same time, depending on the class of racing. Vehicles range from the, everyday , car to the purpose-built dragster. Speeds and elapsed time differ from class to
  6. A significant technique in Beowulf. They are evocative poetic descriptions of, everyday , things,often created to fill the alliterative requirements of the meter. For
  7. Art, practicing the arts and/or demonstrating an art. The common usage in both, everyday , speech and academic discourse is a practitioner in the visual arts only. The
  8. Speech (dysarthria) and communication, such as aphasia; * Difficulties with, everyday , activities,such as Arabia; * Abnormal sensations (numbness, tingling,or
  9. To Wentzel, the Nazi Arabic radio service had a staff of 80 and broadcast, everyday , in Arabic, stressing the similarities between Islam and Nazism and supported by
  10. Of Aleutian. Most of the Native elders speak it, it is very rare for an, everyday , person to speak the language fluently. Only about 150 people speak Aleut. The
  11. Housing blocks in Frankfurt and Berlin. The acceptance of modernist design into, everyday , life was the subject of publicity campaigns, well-attended public exhibitions
  12. Such as the vowels are mandated. Short vowels In the Arabic handwriting of, everyday , use,in general publications, and on street signs, short vowels are typically
  13. In May 2009. Their destination: Korea, Cyprus,Yemen and other places where, everyday , life is characterized by division and border experience. In these places, the
  14. Acid is a substance which can act as a proton donor. Most acids encountered in, everyday , life are aqueous solutions, or can be dissolved in water, and these two
  15. A monarch as an impartial element able to practice justice (in a practical and, everyday , sense,not a cosmological one). Schopenhauer, by his own admission, did not
  16. Of four parts. The documentary shot in Solzhenitsyn’s home shows his, everyday , life and covers his reflections on Russian history and literature. On 12
  17. Romance with Jameson's secretary, Betty Brant. By focusing on Parker's, everyday , problems,Lee and Ditto created a groundbreaking flawed, self-doubting
  18. Legs open to reveal her sexual organs, surrounded by two tormentors dressed in, everyday , clothing. Andres Serrano's Piss Christ (1989) is a photograph of a crucifix
  19. Franks" – to colonize the new conquests. The Basque language became the main, everyday , language,while other languages like Spanish, Gascon, French,or Latin were
  20. Beyond conditioning in every action. The technique is applied dynamically to, everyday , movements,as well as actions selected by students. Because of a change in
  21. The court added that" confinement in an institution severely diminishes the, everyday , life activities of individuals, including family relations, social contacts
  22. In many developing countries. Until recently, bicycles have been a staple of, everyday , life throughout Asian countries. They are the most frequently used method of
  23. And reasoning * CBC, an attempt to assemble an ontology and database of, everyday , knowledge,enabling human-like reasoning. * Risk, a language by Douglas
  24. Hebrew words entered Jewish Aramaic (mostly technical religious words but also, everyday , words like 'wood' ). Vice versa, Aramaic words entered Hebrew (not only
  25. Part in developing secular genres such as still life, genre paintings of, everyday , scenes,and landscape painting. While the Baroque nature of Rembrandt's art is
  26. To remove data with minimal reduction in the quality of reproduction. For many, everyday , listening situations, the loss in data (and thus quality) is imperceptible.
  27. A close relationship to Southern varieties of AME and has greatly influenced, everyday , speech of many Americans. A distinctive speech pattern also appears near the
  28. In the 17th to 19th centuries to refer specifically to paintings of scenes of, everyday , life and can still be used in this way. ) The style of an artwork, artist,or
  29. However, while there exists a certain number of idiomatic particularities in, everyday , Portuguese,as spoken by Angolans, it remains to be seen whether the
  30. Like English sugar) to placeholders (like Spanish Fulani" so-and-so" ) and, everyday , conjunctions (like Hindustani Lenin" but ", or Spanish pasta" until" ).
  31. And faces of the characters. Marietta authority David Winiewicz described the, everyday , working mode of operation in Li'l Abner Dailies: 1954 Volume 20 (Kitchen Sink
  32. And marketers. These meanings depict signs and symbols that are encoded in, everyday , objects. Semiotics is the study of signs and how they are interpreted.
  33. Close to a line without actually becoming the same may seem counter to, everyday , experience. The representations of a line and a curve as marks on a piece of
  34. Sic of the paradigm that he demonstrated. " The character for I is used in, everyday , Japanese terms, such as, or. I is most often understood as unified physical
  35. Proposes a scholarly competition between himself and another scribe regarding, everyday , calculation tasks such as accounting of land, labor and grain. Texts such as
  36. Dressing and also in housekeeping labors. Occupational therapy can help you do, everyday , activities without worsening pain or causing joint damage. The techniques can
  37. He was amazed by how every character on the screen is exceptional and how, everyday , events such as a Samurai cutting bread with his sword are elevated to something
  38. Of English, referred to locally as Bajan, is spoken by most Barbadians in, everyday , life,especially in informal settings. In its full-fledged form, Bajan sounds
  39. During the Middle Kingdom, wooden or clay models depicting scenes from, everyday , life became popular additions to the tomb. In an attempt to duplicate the
  40. Importance of erotic experience, and the spiritual quest for the truth of, everyday , existence. J. D. McClatchy, editor of the Yale Review called Ginsberg" the
  41. Periods of time. Such fatigue can occasionally interfere with a patient's, everyday , activities. Abrupt discontinuation of Maoist can cause a temporary phenomenon
  42. Extended than elsewhere in Africa, and this certainly applies to its use in, everyday , life. Moreover, and above all, the proportion of native (or near native)
  43. On the idea that contemporary films meaningfully use color. He claimed that in, everyday , life one does not consciously notice colors most of the time. Hence, in film
  44. II series of computers had an enormous impact on the technology industry and on, everyday , life. The Apple II was the first personal computer many people ever saw. Its
  45. And often painted with bright colors – whether he painted celebrities, everyday , objects,or images of suicide, car crashes, and disasters, as in the 1962–63
  46. Was used by the Jewish community, Jewish Old Babylonian (from c. 70 CE). This, everyday , language increasingly came under the influence of Biblical Aramaic and
  47. Arabic refers to the many national or regional varieties which constitute the, everyday , spoken language. Colloquial Arabic has many regional variants; these
  48. And impala little salt pies filled with shrimps or hearth of palm. But the, everyday , meal consist most of rice and beans with beef and salad. It's common to mix it
  49. The Buddha emphasized ethics and correct understanding. He questioned, everyday , notions of divinity and salvation. He stated that there is no intermediary
  50. Ruled out. Jains also make considerable efforts not to injure plants in, everyday , life as far as possible. Though they admit that plants must be destroyed for

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