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1 The artists seem to have been dominated by geometrical pattern and order, and this was improved when classical art brought a greater freedom and economy.
2 Low observability provides a greater freedom of action at high altitudes, thus increasing both range and field of view for onboard sensors.
3 However, from the 19th century onwards, there has been a tendency towards favoring words of Northern dialects to the detriment of others, even though nowadays there is a greater freedom of choice.
4 Increasing economic freedom was being translated into a greater freedom of opinion, and critics began to arise within the system, including the famous dissident Wei Jingsheng, who coined the term "fifth modernization" in reference to democracy as a missing element in the renewal plans of Deng Xiaoping.
5 and there was a greater freedom of speech for citizens and openness in the media.
6 In fact, many American neopagans first came to their adopted faiths because it allowed a greater freedom, diversity, and tolerance of worship among the community.
7 Music critic Tim Riley says that in "A Day in the Life", Lennon uses the same lyrical device introduced in "Strawberry Fields Forever", whereby free-form lyrics allow a greater freedom of expression and create a "supernatural calm".
8 A greater freedom is permitted for Hui Muslims, who can practice their religion, build Mosques, and have their children attend Mosques, while more controls are placed specifically on Uyghurs in Xinjiang.
9 For the civilians of San Francisco, Fletcher decided on a greater freedom in dress.
10 ‘Wonders of Obligation’, composed in 1979, marks a new development in Fisher's work, which combines a greater freedom of movement through the compositional elements, and a further fluency and directness in both evocation and comment.
11 From 1880 to 1910, Baccalaureate granting American institutions vastly embraced a free-elective system, where students were endowed with a greater freedom to explore intellectual curiosities.