• A detailed case report in 1797 concerning James Tilly Matthews, and accounts by Phillipe Pinel published in 1809, are often regarded as the earliest cases of the illness in the medical and psychiatric literature.
  • Wikipedia: Schizophrenia
  • A musallah is often not part of a permanent endowment (waqf), or it is otherwise not intended to become a permanent legal masjid (as defined in the Sharia).
  • Wikipedia: Mosque
  • Adults attacking animals or humans will often defecate as they dive, often successfully fouling the intruder.
  • Wikipedia: Common Tern
  • Although core difficulties tend to persist, symptoms often become less severe with age.
  • Wikipedia: Autism
  • American White Ibis males are aggressive to and take prey items from smaller ibises, but the smaller females are more often the victims of this behavior.
  • Wikipedia: American White Ibis
  • As the condition then progresses in both eyes, the vision in the earlier-diagnosed eye will often remain poorer than that in its fellow.
  • Wikipedia: Keratoconus
  • Authors of general-interest non-fiction works about dinosaurs, including some prominent paleontologists, have often sought to use the animals as a way to educate readers about science in general.
  • Wikipedia: Dinosaur
  • Devils began to be used in tourism from the 1970s, when studies showed that the animals were often the only things known about Tasmania overseas and suggested that they should therefore be the centrepiece of marketing efforts, resulting in some devils being taken on promotional tours.
  • Wikipedia: Tasmanian devil
  • Early plays were often adaptations from earlier Chinese theatre styles, such as kunqu.
  • Wikipedia: Peking opera
  • Followers of Christianity are collectively often referred to as a flock, with Christ as the Good Shepherd, and sheep are an element in the Christian iconography of the birth of Jesus.
  • Wikipedia: Sheep
  • Garrisons were expensive and as a result often small unless the castle was important.
  • Wikipedia: Castle
  • Geneticists often use viruses as vectors to introduce genes into cells that they are studying.
  • Wikipedia: Virus
  • Gregorian chant has often been parodied for its supposed monotony, both before and after the release of Chant.
  • Wikipedia: Gregorian chant
  • Historical figures were often reluctant to discuss or seek treatment for depression due to social stigma about the condition, or due to ignorance of diagnosis or treatments.
  • Wikipedia: Major depressive disorder
  • However, during times of great conflict and crisis, the raising of large militias required the appointment of many new officers with various titles, which were often bestowed as honorary titles to officials during times of peace.
  • Wikipedia: Government of the Han Dynasty
  • In Native American mythology, the bobcat is often twinned with the figure of the coyote in a theme of duality.
  • Wikipedia: Bobcat
  • In the north European countries the portico had become a mere symbol, often closed, or merely hinted at in the design by pilasters, and sometimes in very late examples of English Palladianism adapted to become a porte-cochere; in America, the Palladian portico regained its full glory.
  • Wikipedia: Palladian architecture
  • It is often thought that opening windows will lessen the damage caused by the tornado.
  • Wikipedia: Tornado
  • It seems to prefer moderately dense foliage for nesting, often near the end of drooping horizontal branches.
  • Wikipedia: Noisy Miner
  • Mary Shelley's omissions provoked criticism, often stinging, from members of Percy Shelley's former circle, and reviewers accused her of, among other things, indiscriminate inclusions.
  • Wikipedia: Mary Shelley
  • Native American villages were regularly raided to supply the demand, and young women and children were carried off to be sold, the men and remaining people often being killed in genocidal attacks.
  • Wikipedia: California Gold Rush
  • Nineteenth-century Egyptologists studied the temples intensively, but their emphasis was on collection of artifacts to send to their own countries, and their slipshod excavation methods often did further harm.
  • Wikipedia: Egyptian temple
  • On the other hand, definitive film noirs such as The Big Sleep, The Lady from Shanghai, and Double Indemnity itself are famed for their hardboiled repartee, often imbued with sexual innuendo and self-reflexive humor—notes of another tone.
  • Wikipedia: Film noir
  • Other notable mycotoxins include the aflatoxins, which are insidious liver toxins and highly carcinogenic metabolites produced by certain Aspergillus species often growing in or on grains and nuts consumed by humans, ochratoxins, patulin, and trichothecenes (e.g., T-2 mycotoxin) and fumonisins, which have significant impact on human food supplies or animal livestock.
  • Wikipedia: Fungus