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* At Lechfeld, a stony plain between the Lech and the Wertach near Augsburg, Otto I defeated the Magyars in August 955.
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At the Lechfeld air base near Augsburg, large numbers of Me 262s were discovered but also valuable German air-to-air rockets.
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At least one species found in the Caribbean is known to form a symbiotic relationship with stony coral.
At and plain
At around 15: 30, Overkirk advanced his massed squadrons on the open plain in support of the infantry attack on Ramillies.
At one time, anti-spam filters would only examine the text / plain part of a message, because it is easier to parse than the text / html part.
At the end of this period a new landscape emerges: the northern Canaanite cities still existed, more or less intact, and became the Phoenicians ; the highlands behind the coastal plains, previously largely uninhabited, were rapidly filling with villages, largely Canaanite in their basic culture but without the Bronze Age city-state structure ; and along the southern coastal plain there are clear signs that a non-Canaanite people had taken over the former Canaanite cities while adopting almost all aspects of Canaanite culture.
At the point where the valley opens out into the plain, the site of the city is revealed with striking effect.
At the lower levels of dressage, a bridle includes a plain cavesson, drop noseband, or flash noseband.
At the end of the last ice age the North Sea was a great plain, and anthropological material, as well as the remains of animals such as mammoths are sometimes recovered by trawlers.
At the summit of Villa Glori, near the spot where Enrico died, there is a plain white column dedicated to the Cairoli brothers and their 70 companions.
At a strategic location on the fertile plain of Argolis, Argos was a major stronghold during the Mycenaean era.
At the east gable is an inscribed Latin Cross together with several plain grave slabs and three small crosses.
At the time it was known as " Walnut Bottom " for the vast stands of black walnut that covered the alluvial plain on which the borough now stands.
At the end of the 14th century, the Byzantine Empire's 800-year reign over northern Greece was being increasingly threatened by Turkish raiders who wanted control over the fertile plain of Thessaly.
At last Cumberland himself confronted the Brigadier, but by this time the British infantry were drawing up on the plain beyond Vezon in readiness for the main attack, while to their left the Dutch were preparing to advance on Fontenoy and the redoubts between that village and Antoing.
At the north edge of the plain, on Dor Daedeloth, the Orcs make a stand and Gothmog leads his Balrogs forth from Thangorodrim to their aid.
At Lavoisier's house, four normal cups of water were held before a " sensitive " woman ; the fourth produced convulsions, but she calmly swallowed the mesmerized contents of a fifth, believing it to be plain water.
At the east end of Painshill Park, the lower flood plain abruptly narrows to form a narrow trench approximately 60 m wide, in which the river runs northwards for towards Hersham, where the river enters the flood plain of the River Thames.
At the other end of the spectrum, past the middle ground of considering some loyalties as legitimate and others not, according to cases, or plain and simple indifference to other people's loyalties, is the positive regard of other people's loyalties.
At the time, many movie studios used plain white silk shoes because they were inexpensive and easily dyed.
At parties, play dates, picnics, day care centres, preschools and excursions, low-sugar squashes are usually the only options served to children alongside plain water, and UK family pantries often only contain low-sugar squash.
At Kilkis the Bulgarians had constructed strong defenses, including captured Ottoman guns which dominated the plain below.
At and between
At no time does he seem to have proposed marriage, and Mrs. King was evidently torn between a concern for her daughter's emotions and the desire to believe that the friendship might be continued without harm to her reputation.
At any rate, Manchester did not lag far behind the first commercial system which was set up in 1844 between Baltimore and Washington.
At this moment, Loveless and Means arrived, crashing through the undergrowth with their horses, and distracted her, and she ran off a short distance and jumped into a crevice between two rocks.
Allotropes of iron, ( alpha iron and gamma iron ) showing the differences in atomic arrangement. At a certain temperature, ( usually between and ), the base metal of steel ( iron ) undergoes a change in the arrangement of the atoms in its crystal matrix, called allotropy.
At pH values between the two pKa values, the zwitterion predominates, but coexists in dynamic equilibrium with small amounts of net negative and net positive ions.
At the exact midpoint between the two pKa values, the trace amount of net negative and trace of net positive ions exactly balance, so that average net charge of all forms present is zero.
At the Battle of Asfeld ( 552 ), he killed Turismod, son of the Gepid king Thurisind, in a victory that resulted in the Emperor Justinian's intervention to maintain equilibrium between the rival regional powers.
At times between the 3rd and mid-15th century, antipopes were supported by a fairly significant faction of religious cardinals and secular kings and kingdoms.
At last, led to the Hippodrome of Constantinople, he was hung up by the feet between two pillars, and two Latin soldiers competed as to whose sword would penetrate his body more deeply, and finally his body, according to the representation of his death, was torn apart.
* 1969 – At the U. S. Academy Awards there is a tie for the Academy Award for Best Actress between Katharine Hepburn and Barbra Streisand.
At the wedding a quarrel took place between the rivals and Phineus was turned to stone by the sight of the Gorgon's head.
At the point where the Arno leaves the Apennines, flow measurements can vary between 0. 56 m³ / s and 3, 540 m³ / s.
At any given time, data can be transferred between the master and one other device ( except for the little-used broadcast mode ).
At the same time, a " gentlemen's agreement " was struck between the clubs to exclude non-white players from professional baseball, a bar that remained until 1947.
At the start of the next session, affairs were handled by a triumvirate of Granby, Disraeli, and John Charles Herries – indicative of the tension between Disraeli and the rest of the party, who needed his talents but mistrusted the man.
At the time, the age of consent for sexual acts between men in the UK was 21 ( compared with 16 for heterosexual acts ).
At the end of the 1900 season, the American League removed itself from baseball's National Agreement ( the formal understanding between the NL and the minor leagues ).
At the basis of this ... there is not only the massive use of heavy armoured divisions or cooperation between them and airplanes, but the creation of disorder in the enemy's rear by means of parachute raids.
At the same time, BONUCA holds seminars in topics such as the relationship between military and civil parts of society.
At the time, Skinner's behaviorist paradigm dominated psychology: Most psychologists focused on functional relations between stimulus and response, without positing internal representations.