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1 Anarcho-communism is a theory of anarchism that advocates a communist society with common ownership of the means of production, direct democracy and a horizontal network of voluntary associations and workers' councils with production and consumption based on the guiding principle "From each according to his ability, to each according to his need".
2 Lunar dust kicked up by the LM's engine began to impair his ability to determine the spacecraft's motion.
3 Hirst's celebrity is founded entirely on his ability to produce shocking concepts.
4 During the major campaigns in New York and Philadelphia, Howe often wrote of the scarcity of adequate provisions available by local foraging, which hampered his ability to mount effective campaigns.
5 His intelligent and rational side was amply demonstrated by his ability and success as a general.
6 The board of directors instructed Sculley to contain Jobs and his ability to launch expensive forays into untested products.
7 At the age of nine or ten he was undistinguished except for his ability to turn tree-branches into toy bows and guns that worked far too well, earning himself the title l'homme de génie (the man of genius) from his accomplices, and a united crackdown from their elders.
8 Indeed, he is referred to by the author of Kings as being "more evil than all the kings before him"1 Kings 16:30. Nonetheless, there were achievements that the author took note of, including his ability to fortify numerous Israelite cities and build an ivory palace (1 Kings 22:39).
9 This was most likely due to Ahmed's young age - he had not yet demonstrated his ability to sire children, and Mustafa was then the only other candidate for the Ottoman throne.
10 When someone was praising an orator for his ability to magnify small points, Agesilaus said, "In my opinion it's not a good cobbler who fits large shoes on small feet."
11 At this period, the preceptors of the Tsarevich had the highest opinion of his ability.
12 Moreover, because of his ability to remember the many teachings of the Buddha, he is described as foremost in "having heard much" (Pali: bahussuta, Sanskrit: bahuśruta, pinyin: Duowen Diyi).
13 Machiavelli goes on to reason that Agathocles' success, in contrast to other criminal tyrants, was due to his ability to commit his crimes quickly and ruthlessly, and states that cruelties are best used when they.
14 His experiments and departure from the norm brought attention to his ability to make wood do things not previously done.
15 His techniques in the way he cut the beech tree, for example, and also his ability to use plywood as structural and aesthetic.
16 Wiles has been awarded a number of major prizes in mathematics and science: Wiles's 1987 certificate of election to the Royal Society reads: Andrew Wiles is almost unique amongst number-theorists in his ability to bring to bear new tools and new ideas on some of the most intractable problems of number theory.
17 His popularity is ascribed to his emotion-laden representations of ordinary men and women – to his ability to find the beauty and pathos in the human animal.
18 Kat is also well known for his ability to scavenge nearly any item needed, especially food.
19 Throughout this period, Eddington lectured on relativity, and was particularly well known for his ability to explain the concepts in lay terms as well as scientific.
20 Renowned for his ability to remember lines, Hopkins keeps his memory supple by learning things by heart such as poetry and Shakespeare.
21 In a 2016 interview with the Radio Times, Hopkins spoke of his ability to frighten people since he was a boy growing up in Port Talbot, Wales.
22 His self-critical nature led to great doubts about his work and his ability to do justice to his own artistic ideas but acted as a great motivating force.
23 Described by the American scholar and explorer Eugene Schuyler as "a tall well-built man, with a large head, and a marked Afghan, almost Jewish, face", Abdur Rahman distinguished himself for his ability and energetic daring.
24 In a series of tweets, then-President-elect Donald Trump criticized his ability to get people out to vote.
25 At the time, Beethoven's deafness continued to encroach upon his ability as a performer, and after a repeat performance a few weeks later, Beethoven did not appear again in public as a pianist.
26 The free run does not matter to either team, as the pitching team remains ahead, and in theory the pitcher feels more comfortable in his ability to get the following batter out instead.
27 However, Simonds seems to have regarded the Scheldt campaign as a test of his ability, and he felt he could clear the Scheldt with only three Canadian divisions, namely the 2nd, the 3rd, and the 4th, despite having to take on the entire 15th Army, which held strongly fortified positions in a landscape that favoured the defence.
28 Spurred on by his growing confidence in his ability to out-general his opponent, and by Versailles’ determination to avenge Blenheim, Villeroi and his generals anticipated success.
29 rather, BCPL acts more as a servant offering his services to the best of his ability without complaint, even when confronted with apparent nonsense.
30 Ruth was also enjoined from any action or misbehavior that would compromise his ability to play baseball.