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A circular, published on, gave the address of VCheka's first headquarters as " Petrograd, Gorokhovaya 2, 4th floor ".
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All present that day had come in response to a circular published in the national press, or had been invited privately by Michael Cusack and Maurice Davin, both of whom were leading figures in Irish athletics.
Local citizens later published a circular against Prince, leading one of them, William R. Wood, to have to duel him.
The plans published in the book indicate the location of the Golgotha within a precision of less than two meters, below the circular passage situated a metre away from where the blood stained shirt of Christ was traditionally recovered and immediately before the stairs leading down to " St. Helena's Chapel " ( the above mentioned mother of Emperor Constantine ), alternatively called " St. Vartan's Chapel ".
His original design of some time in the 1620s was for a circular slide rule ; but he was not the first into print with this idea, which was published by Delamain in 1630.
" In A Topographical Dictionary of Wales, published in 1833, Samuel Lewis similarly wrote: " On the sea-shore, near the village, is a circular encampment, designated Castell Cadwgan, and supposed to have been constructed by Cadwgan ab Bleddyn, about 1148.
Governor Rogers had named them in a " Wanted Pirates " circular published in the continent's only newspaper, The Boston News-Letter.
In the paper, first published in 1908 in Mind 17: 457-73, McTaggart argues that time is unreal because our descriptions of time are either contradictory, circular, or insufficient.
( When published as Allied Occupation in the World Puzzle Championship, the cells of the grid are circular, but this is purely an aesthetic concern.
In 1900 a comprehensive account of the entire Marcus family and its descendants was published in Sweden as a large printed circular chart, and an extensive family roster was updated until 1942 by Curt Marcus.
" The book was first published at Hamburg in 1595, with four circular elaborate, hand-colored, engraved plates heightened with gold and silver which Khunrath designed and were engraved by Paullus van der Doort.
The circular walk to St Bees Head and Birkhams quarry featured in the May 2012 booklet of the best coastal walks in UK published by the Daily Telegraph newspaper ; it being one of only two walks covered in the north west of England.
Talbot published single sermons ( 1691 – 1717 ), his speech in the Lords on the Sacheverell case ( 1710 ), two charges ( 1712 – 17 ), and a circular to the Salisbury clergy directing collections for Moravians ( 1716 ).
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He took a lead on the enemy, using a distance of five of the radii in his circular sight and then added another.
There is no external ear but the large circular eardrum lies on the surface of the head just behind the eye.
He shows how a satisfying argument for the validity of experience can be based neither on demonstration ( since " it implies no contradiction that the course of nature may change ") nor experience ( since that would be a circular argument ).
The polygonal walls of the acropolis may still be seen in a fair state of preservation on a circular hill standing about above the little plain of Exarcho ; one gateway remains, and there are also traces of town walls below.
There are several cairns and the remains of a circular British encampment on the mountain between Aberdare and Merthyr.
Approximately half-way from the Brandenburg Gate is the Großer Stern, a circular traffic island on which the Siegessäule ( Victory Column ) is situated.
The retractable stadium roof on Toronto's Roger's Centre used modified off-the-shelf train bogies on a circular rail.
These can be tiny and circular, such as found on the Nurse Shark ( Ginglymostoma cirratum ), to extended and slit-like, such as found on the Wobbegongs ( Orectolobidae ).
Likewise, a type collection might focus on an unusual design feature such as coins with a hole in the middle, coins that are not circular in shape or coins with brockage.
In prokaryotes, DNA is usually arranged as a loop, which is tightly coiled in on itself, sometimes accompanied by one or more smaller, circular DNA molecules called plasmids.
Two teams, each of four players, take turns sliding heavy, polished granite stones, also called " rocks ", across the ice curling sheet towards the house, a circular target marked on the ice.
On the top of the vent on the outside of the cannon is a flat circular space called the vent field where the charge is lit.
An example is to be found on the uninhabited island of Vementry on the north side of the West Mainland, where it appears that the cairn may have originally been circular and its distinctive heel shape added as a secondary development, a process repeated elsewhere in Shetland.
One shows Babylon on the Euphrates, surrounded by a circular landmass showing Assyria, Urartu and several cities, in turn surrounded by a " bitter river " ( Oceanus ), with seven islands arranged around it.
In particular, the circular convolution can be defined for periodic functions ( that is, functions on the circle ), and the discrete convolution can be defined for functions on the set of integers.
If F ( r ) represents gravity, it is a negative term proportional to 1 / r < sup > 2 </ sup >, so the net acceleration in r in the rotating frame depends on a difference of reciprocal square and reciprocal cube terms, which are in balance in a circular orbit but otherwise typically not.
The gravitational force acts on each object toward the other, which is toward the center of mass of the two objects ; for circular orbits, this center of gravity is the center of the circular orbits.
Upper panel: Ball on a banked circular track moving with constant speed v ; Lower panel: Forces on the ball.
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Sleeman observes of the dithyramb, or circular chorus, " It is first mentioned by Archilochus ( c 665 BC )… Arion flourished at least 50 years later … probably gave it a more artistic form, adding a chorus of 50 people, personating satyrs … who danced around an altar of Dionysus.
Wren was unconvinced, Hooke did not produce the claimed derivation although the others gave him time to do it, and Halley, who could derive the inverse-square law for the restricted circular case ( by substituting Kepler's relation into Huygens ' formula for the centrifugal force ) but failed to derive the relation generally, resolved to ask Newton.
When a current was passed through the wire, the wire rotated around the magnet, showing that the current gave rise to a close circular magnetic field around the wire.
Unusually fine for their early date, and with a remarkably rich survival of evidence, these sites stand as a visible symbol of the achievements of early peoples away from the traditional centres of civilisation ... The Ring of Brodgar is the finest known truly circular late Neolithic or early Bronze Age stone ring and a later expression of the spirit which gave rise to Maeshowe, Stenness and Skara Brae
Therefore it is claimed that chorostasi gave both the name choros and the circular arrangement of the movement in the dance.
Oscill., a copy being presented to me, in my letter of thanks to him I gave those rules in the end thereof a particular commendation for their usefulness in Philosophy, and added out of my aforesaid paper an instance of their usefulness, in comparing the forces of the moon from the earth, and earth from the sun ; in determining a problem about the moon's phase, and putting a limit to the sun's parallax, which shows that I had then my eye upon comparing the forces of the planets arising from their circular motion, and understood it ; so that a while after, when Mr Hooke propounded the problem solemnly, in the end of his attempt to prove the motion of the earth, if I had not known the duplicate proportion before, I could not but have found it now.
Young gave his views on the role of the spy in a circular issued during the late fifties ( quoted by George Blake ).
After the leak of a French Interior Ministry circular of 5 August 2010, Reding made a public statement that was interpreted as likening the 2010 French deportations of the Roma to those made from France by the occupying German forces during World War II: " I personally have been appalled by a situation which gave the impression that people are being removed from a Member State of the European Union just because they belong to a certain ethnic minority.
The spring, which was originally shaped in a circular form was given a change of shape during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Jahangir in 1620, when he gave orders to renovate the spring in the Mughal traditional shape of an octagon.
* Stone Cycle: Working on site gave the artist an understanding of the place, the passing of time, people, industry the reinventing of the area ; this is represented in the broken circular layout of the sculpture.
There were about a dozen to fifteen of these lights ... they were absolutely circular ... it gave all of us ... an extremely eerie feeling.
It was considered several years ahead of its time because of its circular design, which gave nearly every fan a clear sight line and put the seats very close to the action.
The " Punch Bowl " was the name that early settlers gave the almost circular valley where the old road to Georges River crossed Cooks River at a ford.