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1 The dismemberment of the French socialist movement into many groups and the execution and exile of many Communards to penal colonies following the suppression of the Paris Commune favoured individualist political expression and acts.
2 Berbers and Berber-speaking Algerians are divided into many groups with varying languages.
3 A U.S. State Department report on the matter mentions detention of members of certain Muslim and Christian groups, and many groups have difficulty registering with the SCWRA.
4 The acting scene in Aarhus is diverse, with many groups and venues engaged in a broad span of genres, from animation theatre and children's theatre to classical theatre and improvisational theatre.
5 A cappella has gained attention in the UK in recent years, with many groups forming at British universities by students seeking an alternative singing pursuit to traditional choral and chapel singing.
6 These indigenous populations evolved over the next 5,000 years across a large area into many groups with shared traditions and customs.
7 Many groups retained primitive characteristics, such as clawed wings and teeth, though the latter were lost independently in a number of avialan groups, including modern birds (Aves).
8 Franchise-based companies that took over passenger rail services include: Since privatisation, many groups have campaigned for the renationalisation of British Rail, most notably 'Bring Back British Rail'. Various interested parties also have views on the privatisation of British Rail.
9 When combined with oxygen and hydrogen, carbon can form many groups of important biological compounds including sugars, lignans, chitins, alcohols, fats, and aromatic esters, carotenoids and terpenes.
10 Also, the speciation rate in many groups was reduced to between a fifth and a third of previous levels.
11 The Cretaceous (along with the Mesozoic) ended with the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event, a large mass extinction in which many groups, including non-avian dinosaurs, pterosaurs and large marine reptiles died out.
12 The Cenozoic is also known as the Age of Mammals and Birds, because the extinction of many groups allowed mammals and birds to greatly diversify so that large mammals and birds dominated the Earth.
13 The Kanun is not a religious document – many groups follow it, including Roman Catholics, the Albanian Orthodox, and Muslims.
14 Cell walls evolved independently in many groups.
15 The karyotypes of different camelid species have been studied earlier by many groups, but no agreement on chromosome nomenclature of camelids has been reached.
16 In a review of social stratification systems in Africa, Richter reports that the term caste has been used by French and American scholars to many groups of West African artisans.
17 The crucifix is a principal symbol for many groups of Christians, and one of the most common forms of the Crucifixion in the arts.
18 Many groups that were popular during the disco period subsequently struggled to maintain their success—even those that tried to adapt to evolving musical tastes.
19 However, all non-avian dinosaurs, estimated to have been 628-1078 species, as well as many groups of birds did suddenly become extinct approximately 66 million years ago.
20 Many other groups of animals also became extinct at this time, including ammonites (nautilus-like mollusks), mosasaurs, plesiosaurs, pterosaurs, and many groups of mammals.
21 Many groups accompany the drums with vocals, strings, and woodwind instruments.
22 He is also known for asserting intellectual control of the group's performance style, which has influenced performance for many groups, particularly in North America.
23 Prior to the arrival of Europeans, the land north of the East River was occupied by the Siwanoys, one of many groups of Algonquin-speaking Lenapes in the area.
24 Furthermore, many groups which survive mass extinctions do not recover in numbers or diversity, and many of these go into long-term decline, and these are often referred to as "Dead Clades Walking".
25 Similarly to many groups having their origins in the 1830s Restoration Movement, Christadelphians call their form of excommunication "disfellowshipping", though they do not practice "shunning".
26 Roosevelt traveled widely and spoke to many groups, often voicing personal opinions to the left of the president's. She authored a weekly newspaper column and hosted a radio show.
27 Darwin also pondered the sudden appearance of many groups (i.e. phyla) in the oldest known Cambrian fossiliferous strata.
28 Many groups of Guatemalan exiles were armed and trained by the CIA, and commanded by Colonel Carlos Castillo Armas they invaded Guatemala on 18 June 1954.
29 It allows one to identify many groups with subgroups of GL(n, K), the group of the invertible matrices of dimension n over a field K. The symmetric group Sn acts on any set with n elements by permuting the elements of the set.
30 As society has become more accepting of homosexuality, there therefore has also been the emergence of many groups that desire to end homosexuality;