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1 The last stage in the development of the Kouros type is the late archaic period (520–485 BC), in which the Greek sculpture attained a full knowledge of human anatomy and used to create a relative harmonious whole.
2 One of the oldest directions of the last stage of the Amber Road to the south of the Danube, noted in the myth about the Argonauts, used the Sava and Kupa rivers, ending with a short continental road from Nauportus to Tarsatica (Trsat, Rijeka) on the coast of the Adriatic.
3 During the last stage of the war against Aquitaine (760–768), it was one of Waifer's last important strongholds to fall to the troops of King Pepin the Short.
4 Bodybuilders prepare for competitions through the elimination of nonessential body fat, enhanced at the last stage by a combination of extracellular dehydration and carbo-loading, to achieve maximum muscular definition and vascularity;
5 The last stage, lasting from September 1948 to December 1949, saw the communists take the initiative and the collapse of KMT rule in mainland China as a whole.
6 Russia was in transition from capitalism to socialism—referred to interchangeably under Lenin as the dictatorship of the proletariat, socialism was the intermediate stage to communism and communism was considered the last stage of social development.
7 By now, the party leaders believed that because of Russia's backward state, universal mass participation and true democracy could only take form in the last stage.
8 A Johnson counter (or switch-tail ring counter, twisted ring counter, walking ring counter, or Möbius counter) is a modified ring counter, where the output from the last stage is inverted and fed back as input to the first stage.
9 Other important films of early post-World War II period were The Last Stage (1948), directed by Wanda Jakubowska, who continued to make films until the transition from communism to capitalism in 1989, and Border Street (1949), directed by Aleksander Ford.
10 Three days later, Nansen and Sverdrup began the last stage of the journey;
11 The last stage of a bill involves the granting of the Royal Assent.
12 The above "history of economics" reflects modern economic textbooks and this means that the last stage of a science is represented as the culmination of its history (Kuhn, 1962).
13 In Europe, the Iron Age is the last stage of prehistoric Europe and the first of the protohistoric periods, which initially means descriptions of a particular area by Greek and Roman writers.
14 The last stage of the life cycle is the end of life.
15 A standard published by ISO/IEC is the last stage of a long process that commonly starts with the proposal of new work within a committee.
16 In the last stage of the war, the Kriegsmarine also organized a number of divisions of infantry from its personnel.
17 The last stage of French lute music is exemplified by Robert de Visée (c. 1655–1732/3), whose suites exploit the instrument's possibilities to the fullest.
18 (For example, MPEG-A includes a number of technologies on multimedia application format.) A standard published by ISO/IEC is the last stage of a long process that starts with the proposal of new work within a committee.
19 it is the last stage of stellar nucleosynthesis before the rapid collapse and violent explosion of the star in question in a type II supernova.
20 The last stage involves the granting of assent by the president, before the bill officially becomes a law.
21 A unified market is the last stage and ultimate goal of a single market.
22 Finally, in the last stage, after all of these procedures are complete, the Pope may canonize the candidate as a saint for veneration by the universal Church.
23 Proto-Slavic is defined as the last stage of the language preceding the geographical split of the historical Slavic languages.
24 In 1989 the last stage was a time trial.
25 The last stage of Jupiter's formation involved runaway growth of its mass through the accretion of large amounts of hydrogen and helium from the protoplanetary disk;
26 Telophase is the last stage of the cell cycle in which a cleavage furrow splits the cells cytoplasm (cytokinesis) and chromatin.
27 The last stage of the cell division process is cytokinesis.
28 The treatment in the last stage was more individualized;
29 They cross the Nefud Desert, considered impassable even by the Bedouins, and travel day and night on the last stage to reach water.
30 The last stage in the Growth of the Ottoman Empire brought increased pressures on Wallachia: political control was accompanied by Ottoman economical hegemony, the discarding of the capital in Târgoviște in favour of Bucharest (closer to the Ottoman border, and a rapidly growing trade center), the establishment of serfdom under Michael the Brave as a measure to increase manorial revenues, and the decrease in importance of low-ranking boyars (threatened with extinction, they took part in the seimeni rebellion of 1655).