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And finally, the residents pleaded that “ Every tree that can possibly be saved must be saved .” And so, in came the construction crews.
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And of course the news of who the composer was did finally begin to get around among his closest friends.
And, when the slat finally shatters, we see him count the fragments, all the while muttering, `` He loves me, he loves me not ''.
And I suppose now that you've finally grown up, if a little late, you'd go on producing kittens every six months or so.
And in 2012, researchers finally succeeded in correctly identifying the path each particle had taken without any adverse effects at all on the interference pattern generated by the particles.
A Polish Kabbalist, writing in about 1630 – 1650, reported the creation of a golem by Rabbi Eliyahu thus: " And I have heard, in a certain and explicit way, from several respectable persons that one man close to our time, whose name is R. Eliyahu, the master of the name, who made a creature out of matter Golem and form tzurah and it performed hard work for him, for a long period, and the name of emet was hanging upon his neck, until he finally removed it for a certain reason, the name from his neck and it turned to dust.
And finally in June and July 1905 he declared the relativity principle a general law of nature, including gravitation.
And finally, before the 1970s, parts of Eastern Europe and Central Asia had been off limits to Western scholars, while non-Western archaeologists did not have access to publication in Western peer-reviewed journals.
And finally, congressional-executive agreements require majority approval by both the House and the Senate, either before or after the treaty is signed by the President.
And finally, Jesus predicts the demise of the Temple: " Truly I tell you, not one stone will be left here upon another ; all will be thrown down " ( 24: 2b ).
That until the philosophy which holds one race superior and another inferior is finally and permanently discredited and abandoned ; That until there are no longer first-class and second-class citizens of any nation ; That until the colour of a man's skin is of no more significance than the colour of his eyes ; That until the basic human rights are equally guaranteed to all without regard to race ; That until that day, the dream of lasting peace and world citizenship and the rule of international morality will remain but a fleeting illusion, to be pursued but never attained ; And until the ignoble and unhappy regimes that hold our brothers in Angola, in Mozambique and in South Africa in subhuman bondage have been toppled and destroyed ; Until bigotry and prejudice and malicious and inhuman self-interest have been replaced by understanding and tolerance and good-will ; Until all Africans stand and speak as free beings, equal in the eyes of all men, as they are in the eyes of Heaven ; Until that day, the African continent will not know peace.
And finally, they had stationed two gigantic poisonous snakes next to the elixir as deadly guardians.
And finally, rising conservative Islamism in North Africa would have prevented rappers from being able to imitate their behavior in their native land.
And finally, by 27 May 1905, Admiral Tōgō and his men had two battleship fleet actions under their belts, which amounted to over 4 hours of combat experience in battleship to battleship combat at Port Arthur and the Yellow Sea — experience which would eliminate the miscalculations and rash decisions made during those battles, while applying the learned lessons from those sea engagements with both finesse and ruthlessness at Tsushima.
And finally after two months of fighting, the British captured all of High Wood, though not without another costly struggle.
The fourth of his " Four Things to Design For " is: " And, finally, you have to find a way to spare the group from scale.
" And finally, if the Festival visitor had not tired of the medium, they could purchase colour 16mm film of Britain ’ s historic buildings and pageantry and filmstrips of the Festival of Britain and London as souvenirs.
And and residents
* Kornfield Kounty Operator Service: Irlene Mandrell as Kornfield Kounty's telephone operator ( similar to Lily Tomlin's more famous character, Ernestine Tomlin ) would answer phone calls from various Kornfield Kounty residents, who would eventually hang up in various degrees of frustration, causing the Operator to often say, innocently, " And they wonder why we telephone operators turn gray!
And almost all residents can become floor representatives or general members by approaching their respective dons.
Most Williamson county residents are republicans, And most of them are also fairly wealthy, because Williamson is the 15th richest county in the U. S.
And the residents struggled to find new enterprises, mostly chicken farms, just as the Depression was setting in.
In June of 2012 the Marshville Museum And Cultural Center was opened with exhibits on the history of Marshville, the surrounding area, and its residents.
And residents and business were furnished temporary housing until they could build their own permanent homes and facilities.
And in December, 100 prominent residents of Hampton Roads journeyed to Richmond to urge Norfolk as the site.
And finally, there were dozens of general agreements never officially sanctioned by law, including admissions guidelines, maintaining a nontuition policy for California residents other than " incidental costs ," and beginning a policy of charging tuition for out-of-state students.
And on February 22, 2005, a major earthquake killed hundreds of residents in the town of Zarand and several nearby villages in north Kerman ( see 2005 Zarand earthquake ).
And through him, he and the residents of the living world discover that the Yuuzhan Vong exist outside the Force because they had been stripped of it, most likely by their homeworld of the original Yuuzhan ' tar back in the Vong's home galaxy.
And Duquesne University, a nearby college, plans to open a new pharmacy for residents in the neighborhood by the end of 2010.
Under Title VIII, Subsistence Management And Use, Alaska Natives and other rural residents were granted hunting and fishing rights when fish and game are not under outside threat.
And all the residents at Eden-Olympia seem not only to be aware of this, but to encourage and welcome this underworld, as it provides them with a means to relate to something other than their jobs, and — by entering that world — to let go of the social restraints and etiquette that define their lives.
One such composition " Mister Dull And Boring " caused an outcry in Milton Keynes, and local residents complained to the local BBC Radio radio station, claiming that their new town was anything but " dull and boring " as the song suggested.
It just raises all types of potentially new ways to engage a visitor .” And many visitors and Denver residents love it as Emily and David Andreeson say, “ We ’ re in normal looking buildings every single day.
And so one of the first things Guroalim did after winning was to consult residents on how to improve the economy in Tugaya.
And one of the most memorable passages in the book is a long soliloquy by Marlowe where he waxes philosophically about the emptiness and shallowness of Los Angeles and its residents.
And which of these South Park residents: Chef, Mr. Garrison, Jimbo, Officer Barbrady, Ms. Choksondik, and Mayor McDaniels was killed and will never be seen again?
Several private hospitals And private polyclinics have also been established in Khafji to keep up with the needs of citizens and residents in the city, as well as the citizens of neighboring Kuwait, like Kingdom of medicine, Almanar complex and was most recently the launch of Alrahmah Medical Complex in 2010.
ad 1: Antonie arrived in Prague on 3 July 1812 after an arduous journey with husband, child and servant ( and was registered there ); she left at dawn the following morning: “ Where did she have time that night for a tryst with Beethoven ?” ( Steblin 2007, p. 148 ) Solomon ( 1972, p. 577 ) admits: “ There is no proof that Beethoven and Antonie met in Prague .” And regarding Karlsbad: “ It is possible that the letter arose from a ... meeting with a woman who informed Beethoven that she was going to Karlsbad and then failed to carry out her declared intention .” ( Solomon 1998, p. 219 f .) Goldschmidt showed that " for short stays, residents opposed to foreigners were exempt from reporting requirements ".