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DOZENS
SUCCESSOR
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AFGHANISTAN
SEVERAL WAYS
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MODERN WORLD
SEVERAL PEOPLE
PARTS
SUCCESS
PUNK ROCK
STYLES
CHURCHES
ZULU
SMALL GROUPS
METHODIST CHURCH
METHODISM
ARABIC LANGUAGE
DIFFERENT SCHOOLS
BUJINKAN
BLUM
JAINISM
OFFSHOOTS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Offshoots"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Offshoots are found in the western Mediterranean area, in Sicily, Italy, Sardinia and Spain, and in the eastern Mediterranean area in Syria and Egypt. (Web site)
  2. Their offshoots, the Pan Africanist Movement (PAM) and the African Peoples Convention (APC), also did not feature on the results map. (Web site)

Methodist Churches

  1. These include some Methodist churches and some of their offshoots. (Web site)

Dozens

  1. The popularity of the original Street Fighter II arcade cabinet spawned dozens of offshoots, which logically overflowed into the console market. (Web site)
  2. Astrology is not limited to Western astrology alone, which by itself has dozens of branches and various offshoots.

Successor

  1. The FP7 and its successor, the FP9, were offshoots of GM-EMD's highly successful F-unit series of cab unit freight diesels.

Anarchism

  1. Anarchism does not have the proprietary character of Marxism with its body of definable texts, commentators, and their offshoots. (Web site)

Afghanistan

  1. Two of the early offshoots of the Proto-Iranians are known: Avestan speakers in Afghanistan, and Old Persian speakers in Fars in southeastern Iran.

Several Ways

  1. Candy Punk is also similar to the Bubblegum Pop genre and it's offshoots but differs in several ways.

Anglicans

  1. Instead, Anglicans have typically appealed to the Book of Common Prayer and its offshoots as a guide to Anglican theology and practice.

Indo-European Language

  1. The Hittite language is an Indo-European language, like Persian, Sanskrit and its offshoots, and most of the languages of Europe.

Modern World

  1. In the modern world the word ninjutsu usually refers to a certain system (Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu) of self defense, and its offshoots.

Several People

  1. During the 1990s, offshoots of ALF like the "Justice Department" and the "Animal Rights Militia" injured several people using letter-bombs. (Web site)

Parts

  1. However, these various gulfs can be considered to be simply offshoots of the Baltic Sea, and therefore parts of it.

Success

  1. With the success of Modern Tales and several of its offshoots, Joey Manley contacted contributor Lea.

Punk Rock

  1. Dada and its offshoots, from the Cabaret Voltaire through punk rock.

Styles

  1. Many of the styles have offshoots that developed into styles of their own.

Churches

  1. Many of these churches had offshoots and the number of denominations has mushroomed.

Zulu

  1. The Ndebele of both Mpumalanga and Limpopo Province are not, as commonly thought, offshoots of the Zulu. (Web site)

Small Groups

  1. Aloe cooperi grows singly or in small groups from offshoots at ground level.

Methodist Church

  1. These include the Methodist church and some of its offshoots and the Episcopal Church of Scotland.

Methodism

  1. There are many offshoots of the original Methodist Episcopal Church in the US. For more detail see: Methodism.
  2. Long distinguished by an emphasis on practical faith, Methodism and its various offshoots have sought to avoid a strict confessionalism. (Web site)

Arabic Language

  1. Lebanese Language and Arabic Language share roots and are offshoots of the original Semitic Language. (Web site)

Different Schools

  1. All Muslims, as a result, splintered into different schools, groups, offshoots, which is believed to add up to seventy three groups.

Bujinkan

  1. Bikenjutsu is a term used in Bujinkan, Genbukan and Jinenkan and its offshoots for a style concerning sword arts.

Blum

  1. After Diaghilev's death in 1929, offshoots were formed by René Blum and Col.

Jainism

  1. Yoga is also an integral part of Buddhism, Jainism and other offshoots of Hinduism.

Offshoots

  1. The Cimmerians are thought to have had a number of offshoots. (Web site)
  2. Trade between India and Tibet continued to flourish through the Nathula and Jelepla passes, offshoots of the ancient Silk Road near Gangtok.
  3. Offshoots of Liberalism - Feminism - A Marxist analysis of feminism as an offshoot of Liberalism.

Categories

  1. Offshoot
  2. Fars
  3. Africa > Middle East > Anatolia > Cimmerians
  4. Shimla Tour > India > Sikkim > Gangtok
  5. Methodist Church
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