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1 While theorists and activists have established "relatively stable constellations of anarchist principles", there is no consensus on which principles are core and commentators describe multiple "anarchisms" (rather than a singular "anarchism") in which common principles are shared between schools of anarchism while each group prioritizes those principles differently.
2 Amphibia in its widest sense (sensu lato) was divided into three subclasses, two of which are extinct: The actual number of species in each group depends on the taxonomic classification followed.
3 A successful grouping will split dogs such that (a) each group has a low variance of dog weights (meaning the group is relatively homogeneous) and (b) the mean of each group is distinct (if two groups have the same mean, then it isn't reasonable to conclude that the groups are, in fact, separate in any meaningful way).
4 Each group is a self-governing entity with AA World Services acting only in an advisory capacity.
5 The ICC plan was to reach the three groups by acknowledging that each group has its own sense of community that is based on geography and ethnicity.
6 Each group brought foods and ideas from their respective regions.
7 Nine constitutes a quorum in the House of Peoples, provided that at least three delegates from each group are present.
8 Traditionally, players within each group will often be more able to exchange positions easily (that is, a second baseman can usually play shortstop well, and a center fielder can also be expected to play right field);
9 In this case, the researchers would collect observations of both smokers and non-smokers, perhaps through a cohort study, and then look for the number of cases of lung cancer in each group.
10 The impetus had shifted from recording new material to large venue touring, and under Guercio, the Beach Boys staged a successful 1975 joint concert tour with Chicago, with each group performing some of the other's songs, including their previous year's collaboration on Chicago's single "Wishing You Were Here".
11 The Oxford Handbook of Religion and American Politics notes: "The GSS ... has asked a born-again question on three occasions ... 'Would you say you have been 'born again' or have had a 'born-again' experience?" The Handbook says that "Evangelical, black, and Latino Protestants tend to respond similarly, with about two-thirds of each group answering in the affirmative.
12 As the dance pattern progresses the "1s" within each group of four people will move Down the Hall away from the music to find new dancers, while the 2s in each group of four will progress/move UP the Hall toward the Caller and the music.
13 Each group of seniors designs a "stack" to be solved by a handful of underclassmen.
14 Each group has distinctive characteristics, accents, customs, social patterns, and forms of cultural adaptation to climate and topography that differentiates it from other groups.
15 The number of species in each group (mainly superfamilies) is shown in parentheses, and boldface if over 10,000.
16 For each group to travel and to survive, they would normally rely on a warrior to lead them.
17 Similarly, in radio CDMA, each group of users is given a shared code.
18 The four teams in each group played each other in the round-robin group stage, with the top two teams in each group progressing to the semi-finals.
19 The top four teams from each group progressed to quarter-finals and semi-finals.
20 Within each group, the teams played each other in a round-robin format.
21 The top two teams from each group moved forward to the Super 8 round.
22 The top four teams from each group proceeded to the knock out stage consisting of quarter-finals, semi-finals and ultimately the final.
23 Ranging in size from two or three members in size to around 50, each group restricts fellowship to its own members.
24 Each group of judges will have the highest and lowest scores dropped, leaving the middle score for each diver's execution and the three middle scores for synchronization.
25 The work groups conducted a three-step process: first, each group conducted an extensive literature review of their diagnoses;
26 The tournaments in Norway were divided into two parts, first there was a group play where the 2 or 3 best players from each group went to the final rounds.
27 thus, estimates of the numbers of each group should be taken only as approximations.
28 In the 1980s, Indians and mestizos represented the bulk of the population, with each group accounting for roughly 40 percent of total population.
29 Scholars believe this term was coined by Polish sociologist Ludwig Gumplowicz in the 19th century, although alternate theories suggest that he only popularized the concept as opposed to inventing it. He saw ethnocentrism as a phenomenon similar to the delusions of geocentrism and anthropocentrism, defining Ethnocentrism as "the reasons by virtue of which each group of people believed it had always occupied the highest point, not only among contemporaneous peoples and nations, but also in relation to all peoples of the historical past."
30 The results give a profile for each group by category and the total indicates the group's level of participation in Parliamentary debates.