A Step Further
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"A Step Further" is the fourth album by the band Savoy Brown.
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Jimutavahana went a step further than Vijnanesvara who denied the right to the widow of a man belonging to the joint family. It seems that ...
by Jack R. Greene
Supreme Court went a step further in expanding the possible list of constitutional rights for juveniles in its 1967 Gault decision. In the case of a juvenile who was incarcerated for an ...
by Claude Sammut, Geoffrey I. Webb
attempts to go a step further by classifying the instance using not only the instance's own attributes but also the instance's neighbors' attributes. For example, in a hypertext classication domain where ...
Encyclopedia of Deception (2014)
by Timothy R. Levine
A step further in terms of the active meaningmaking of an audience in receiving the message is respected by the uses-and-gratifications tradition, according to which the audience uses media for its own purpose and finds specific psychological ...
by Mary Harwell Sayler
goes a step further by assisting steps, especially when gait training and other conventional forms of therapy have reached a plateau and leveled there.
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