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A third, one of at least equal and perhaps even greater importance, is now being traversed: American immersion and involvement in world affairs.
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On the glass partition between me and the driver were three signs: one asked for help for the blind, another help for orphans, and the third for relief for the war refugees.
If we examine the three types of change from the point of view of their internal structure we find an additional profound difference between the third and the first two, one that accounts for the notable difference between the responses they evoke.
If in any one calculation Ptolemy had had to invoke 83 epicycles all at once, while Copernicus never required more than one third this number, then ( in the sense obvious to Margenau ) Ptolemaic astronomy would be simpler than Copernican.
The formal displacement of the geocentric principle far from being Copernicus' primary concern, was introduced only to resolve what seemed to him intolerable in orthodox astronomy, namely, the ' unphysical ' triplication of centric reference-points: one center from which the planet's distances were calculated, another around which planetary velocities were computed, and still a third center ( the earth ) from which the observations originated.
Maple and ash, beech and elm, one hundred to win on Three in the fourth, fifty to win on Six in the third, one hundred to win on Two in the eighth.
Says Wright: `` Our survey shows that one third of the retail dealers plan to increase the mechanization of their materials handling in the coming two years.
if a substantial fraction of the dust is orbiting about the Earth, only about one third the above-mentioned average velocity should be used in deriving the mass.
) has amounted to about one third of those total revenue requirements which the carload freight business is supposed to be called upon to meet.
After the usual Honorable Sirs, it went on to say that there had been set off to the widow one full third part of the real estate of the deceased Salu Norberg, one lower room, on the Western side, privileges to the well and bake-oven and to one third of the cellar ( I can show you the cellar when we go up ), also one Cow Right, and lastly they set off to the widow her own land that she brought with her as dower, namely the Beech Pasture.
third and at
Once ( this was on the third day of school ) she kneeled down to pick up some books where they'd dropped on the floor and Jack looked up her dress -- at the bare expanse of incredibly white leg.
In four opening chapters reminiscent of Macaulay's famous third chapter, Trevelyan surveys the state of England at the opening of the eighteenth century.
With the resumption of Soviet testing and their intransigence at the Geneva talks, however, the hope that this third choice would prove viable has been shaken.
This is the third time in 28 years of Junior Showmanship at Westminster that a lady Handler has judged the Class.
He had style: he held his reins in a loose bunch at the third button of his checked Epsom surtout, and when the horses leaned at a curve, as if bent by the force of a gale, he leaned with them.
In this third year at the university, Hans, in 1797, was awarded the first important token of recognition, a gold medal for his essay on `` Limits Of Poetry And Prose ''.
At the end of the run, the strips in the third and sixth positions in each chamber were dried, stained for 1 hr, washed and dried, while the other strips were maintained in a horizontal position at 1-degree-C.
Obviously, a satisfactory answer to the third question is imperative, if the argument is to get under way at all, for if there is any possibility of doubt whether the patient's tactual sensitivity had been impaired by the occipital lesion, any findings whatsoever in regard to the first question become completely ambiguous and fail altogether, of course, as evidence to establish the desired conclusion.
Therefore, the third principle of the plan must be that it does not depend for effectiveness on engagement by the same types, unless at an assured favorable exchange rate.
The third column gives the optimal policy, but we must wait to see the outcome of stage R and enter the preceding section of the table at this state.
As we embark upon the sixties we have an opportunity to build a third strong arm, aimed at the development of people, at the fuller realization of their creative human potential, and a better understanding among them ''.
I had been among the top third in my class at N.Y.U., had wanted desperately to go to medical school, but I'd run out of money and energy at the same time.
He consulted the parking ticket, then looked at a notation and said, `` You're in the third row back toward the rear.
Resentment welled up yesterday among Democratic district leaders and some county leaders at reports that Mayor Wagner had decided to seek a third term with Paul R. Screvane and Abraham D. Beame as running mates.
When Robinson tried to stretch his blow into a triple, he was cut down in a close play at third, Tuttle to Andy Carey.
Chico Ruiz made a spectacular play on Alusik's grounder in the hole in the fourth and Wert came up with some good stops and showed a strong arm at third base.
Patrolman George Kimmell, of McClellan Station, said he would recommend a special safety citation for Ralph Sisk, 9230 Vernor east, a third grader at the Scripps School, for his assistance in the case.
The Government reported last week that the index of prices received by farmers rose in the month ended at mid-September for the third consecutive month, reaching 242% of the 1910-14 average compared with 237% at mid-July.
On the third occasion -- another Big Four summit session at Paris a year ago -- there was no problem of an illusory `` spirit ''.
third and least
Therefore, the only conceivable alternatives are those represented, on the one hand, by the two at least apparently self-consistent but mutually exclusive positions of Buri and Barth and, on the other hand, by the third but really pseudo position ( analogous to a round square ) of Bultmann.
They are said to go back at least to the Greek poet Lycophron, in the third century BCE ; but this relies on an account of Lycophron given by John Tzetzes in the 12th century.
The 1927 parliamentary Select Committee on Peerages in Abeyance recommended that no abeyance should be considered which is longer in date than 100 years or where the claimant lays claim to at least one third of the dignity.
This view, however, is contradicted by the archeological evidence, which shows continuous habitation from at least the third century BC onward.
Critics of Daniel, at least since the third century works of Porphyry view the Book of Daniel as a pseudepigraph dated around 165 BCE that concerns itself primarily with the Maccabean era and the reign of the Seleucid king Antiochus Epiphanes.
As a third issue, philosophers who dispute the validity of the Turing test may feel that it is possible, at least in principle, for verbal report to be dissociated from consciousness entirely: a philosophical zombie may give detailed verbal reports of awareness in the absence of any genuine awareness.
Of a study of 518 cyclists, a large majority reported at least one overuse injury, with over one third requiring medical treatment.
The Tutsi, noted Maquet, considered themselves as superior, with the more numerous Hutu and the least numerous Twa regarded, by birth, as respectively, second and third in the hierarchy of Rwandese society.
This uniform now serves as the team's alternate or " third jersey " and is usually worn at least once a year.
Because of all these, the mere classification of Sireniki Eskimo language is not settled yet: Sireniki language is sometimes regarded as a third branch of Eskimo ( at least, its possibility is mentioned ), but sometimes it is regarded rather as a group belonging to the Yupik branch.
Both are extremely old, going back at least to the third century, and are the oldest extant liturgies continually in use.
Modern scholars question the existence of at least the first nine emperors ; and Jimmu's descendant, Emperor Sujin, is the first that, many agree, may have existed, in third or fourth century.
However, as of February 2009, at least four players must wear numbers between 50 and 79 on first, second, or third down, which by rule would make them ineligible receivers.
Modern scholars have come to question the existence of at least the first nine emperors ; and Kaika's son Emperor Sujin is the first many agree might have actually existed, in third or fourth century.
If Language A borrowed a word from Language B, or both borrowed the word from a third language or inherited it from a common ancestor, and later the word shifted in meaning or acquired additional meanings in at least one of these languages, a native speaker of one language will face a false friend when learning the other.
" The first, another word for " angry ," is " fuming ," which ends in " g ." The second, " hungry ," at least when personified, is " eager " which ends in " r ." Similarly, the third word is " every ," which ends in " y " and is clearly used by the word " everyone.
Dies for bottle neck cases usually are supplied in sets of at least two dies, though sometimes a third is added for crimping.
Of 18 military generals, at least a third are Kalenjin ; of 20 brigadiers, 7 are Kalenjin-an ethnic group that accounts for only a tenth of Kenya ’ s population.
The technical problem is a largely structural one since access to protected information must be provided only to the intended recipient and at least one third party.
Villein land could not be abandoned, at least until demographic and economic circumstances made flight a viable proposition ; nor could they be passed to a third party without the lord's permission, and the customary payment.
In 2007, the Giants became the third NFL franchise to win at least 600 games when they defeated the Atlanta Falcons 31 – 10 on Monday Night Football.