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But the most highly developed technique is seen in a special type of pottery known as the Northern Black Polished Ware (NBP), which was the hallmark of the preceding and early Mauryan periods.
Kenner has also directed a number of award-winning commercials and corporate videos for eBay, Hewlett Packard, Hallmark, and others.
Another hallmark of Legalist thinking was that there should be equality before the law.
To date, Maximizer Software has sold over 1.6 million licenses to more than 120,000 customers in various industries, ranging in size from entrepreneurs to multi-national organizations, including: Hallmark Cards, HSBC, TD Securities, Gemcom, Ipsos, Vancouver Coastal Health, Royal LePage, and Cathay Pacific.
American television audiences know Bobuľová from her starring role in the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie "In Love and War", where she plays Eric Newby's girlfriend Wanda.
So although group dhikr is seen as a hallmark of Sufism, the Sufis themselves practice the same private forms of worship that other Muslims practice, though usually more frequently and methodically; group dhikr is a less-frequent occurrence and is not the end-all-and-be-all of Sufism, as some Sufi orders do not even perform it.
Stone stanchions and street furniture are a hallmark of Glenmawr Avenue.
By replacing Sears with 100 licensees including Mattel, Hallmark, Timex, Tupperware and Royal Daulton, DCP has since increased Pooh product lines from $390 million to $3.3 billion.
The Robbins Company, which made BSA's Eagle medals for many years, made these pins and the winged "R" hallmark is prominently displayed on the reverse.
While the film – the couple's most expensive to date – benefits from quality comedy specialists, opulent art direction by Carroll Clark under Van Nest Polglase's supervision, and a timeless score which introduces three classic Gershwin songs, the convoluted plot and the curious absence of a romantic partnered duet for Astaire and Rogers – a hallmark of their musicals since "The Gay Divorcee" (1934) – contributed to their least profitable picture to date.
Neutrophils are recruited to the site of injury within minutes following trauma, and are the hallmark of acute inflammation.
It featured Famous-Barr (now Macy's) and J.C. Penney as its anchor stores, with original tenants including Hallmark Cards, Foot Locker, Kay-Bee Toys, Claire's, Zales Jewelers, GNC, Waldenbooks, and Lerner New York.
He did, however, star in the Hallmark Channel original movie "Elevator Girl" as the male protagonist Jonathan, the young successful lawyer who finds himself falling for a free-spirited young woman who is way below his pay grade.
Metallic modes bounding semiconducting regions of opposite-sign mass is a hallmark of a topological phase and display much the same physics as topological insulators.
Progressive neurological disease is the hallmark of Niemann–Pick type C disease, and is responsible for disability and premature death in all cases beyond early childhood.
"Fresh Cut Christmas" album was available exclusively at Hallmark Gold Crown stores during November and December 2006.
Originally described in Japanese patients, it consists of multiple cutaneous schwannomas, central nervous system tumors, and other neurological complications, excluding hallmark signs of NF.
The movie was a Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation produced by Worldvision, and aired on CBS.
T cells are certainly involved in this immune response when IgG class ADA are observed, because antibody isotype switching is a hallmark of T-dependent antigens.
The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns is a 1999 Hallmark Entertainment made-for-TV fantasy movie.
Martin Luther King and other leaders therefore agreed to keep their speeches calm, also, to avoid provoking the civil disobedience which had become the hallmark of the civil rights movement.
He served as Dean of Sciences at Millsaps and is a founding director of Kaxil Kiuic, an environmental and archaeological preserve in the Yucatán, Mexico. The hallmark of Dr. Schrader's tenure at Shorter College was a sincere effort to protect the 125-year heritage of academic freedom in a Christian institution.
It was commissioned by NBC and first performed by the NBC Opera Theatre on December 24, 1951, in New York City at NBC studio 8H in Rockefeller Center, the same studio where it was broadcast live on television from that venue as the debut production of the "Hallmark Hall of Fame".
From 1951 until 1966 it was presented every year on NBC (which commissioned Menotti to write it) on or around Christmas Eve, as an episode of an existing anthology series, such as "The Alcoa Hour", "NBC Television Opera", or the "Hallmark Hall of Fame".
A rotating roster became a hallmark, although one theme remained consistent: the Avengers fight "the foes no single superhero can withstand."
As the "objective" wing became the hallmark of the new Air Force, AMC re-designated the 60th as the 60th Airlift Wing on November 1, 1991.
"Wisden" described Hutton's tour as a succession of triumphs until he tired at the end: "Hutton's driving aroused the greatest admiration, but all his strokes were stamped with the hallmark of class."
Falling in Love With the Girl Next Door is a Hallmark Channel original television film recorded primarily on location in Avalon, California.
The clock, once one of many in the city, is a hallmark of a bygone era — something that commuters rely on to make their trains, and which visitors admire for its historical presence.
Left with nothing, the Yaps had to start anew, renaming their family business to hallmark their new beginning.
During its first week on the air, it received a 0.31 percent share of overall viewing, which was about the same as established channels such as Hallmark Channel and Comedy Central.
A visual hallmark of the strip is the almost total lack of movement of the characters from panel to panel and a "Featureless Void" of no background.
Then, in 1978, they toured again, in their hallmark double-decker bus.
The chain consisted mostly of large single-screen locations that had been purchased from companies like Kallet, Hallmark and Dipson Theaters, along with new locations that were built by Slotnick.
The Nanny Express is a Hallmark Channel television film.
It premiered on Hallmark Channel on January 9, 2009, and stars Vanessa Marcil and Dean Stockwell.
"Nanny Express" did well for Hallmark Channel on the date of its premiere.
Hallmark of research is its discursive character.
Reagan initially had brought forth the name of Hallmark Cards associate general counsel Judith Whittaker (born June 12, 1938) as a nominee to replace Floyd Gibson.
Among the hallmark traits of individuals with Williams syndrome is an apparent lack of social inhibition.
According to the company's web site, their hallmark product is the "Li-Ning Bow."
According to the review "Ease of use is a design hallmark for this application" and its pricing is reasonable.
“Mandatory life without parole for a juvenile precludes consideration of his chronological age and its hallmark features — among them, immaturity, impetuosity, and failure to appreciate risks and consequences,” Justice Kagan added.
v. Hallmark Cards, Inc.", 254 F.3d 1041,1047, 59 USPQ2d 1121, 1126 (Fed. Cir.
Although the series ran on CBS for two years, it was replaced in 1973 with "Everything's Archie" which returned the series to its more familiar formula. When this program (along with other "Archie" TV shows) was rerun on the Odyssey Channel (now the Hallmark Channel), for unknown reasons it was shown after "The U.S. of Archie".
Gaudette went to work for Alinsky on Chicago's west side, organizing the Northwest Community Organization (NCO) in 1961, one of the hallmark Alinsky community organizations in Chicago.
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