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At and afternoon
At four o'clock in the afternoon.
At the " Wailing Wall " in the Old City of Jerusalem, " the Jews assemble every Friday afternoon to bewail the downfall of the holy city, kissing the stone wall and watering it with their tears.
At this time, he was receiving Saturday afternoon lessons from Johann Bernoulli, who quickly discovered his new pupil's incredible talent for mathematics.
At about five o ' clock in the afternoon, after observing the infantry battle from the hilltop, Sobieski led Polish husaria cavalry along with Austrians and Germans into a massive charge down the hillside.
At the afternoon session, the eleven resolutions were read again, and each one was voted on individually.
< p > At length, about two in the afternoon, we arrived at our intended station.
At the Battle of San Jacinto on April 21, 1836, Houston surprised Santa Anna and the Mexican forces during their afternoon " siesta.
At the time, this was a relatively quiet sector of the front, but the first battalion was struck by a German heavy artillery bombardment on the afternoon of 12 March 1918 that buried 21 men of the unit — of which 14 remained entombed.
At three o ’ clock in the afternoon, with Dahlberg leading the way, the army reached Grimsted in Lolland without losing a man ; on 8 February, Charles reached Falster.
At 3: 40 in the afternoon smoke was seen rising from the alley behind Cohn ’ s store.
At 2: 00 in the afternoon he sent forward his first brigade, under the command of Brevet Brigadier Newton Martin Curtis, as Ames waited with the brigades of Colonels Galusha Pennypacker and Louis Bell.
At around three o ' clock in the afternoon, Treves ' house surgeon visited Merrick and found him lying dead across his bed.
At the National Women's Rights Convention, October 23 – 24, 1850, 900 people showed up, men forming the majority, with several newspapers reporting over a thousand attendees by the afternoon of the first day.
At 10: 30 am on 15 April at the United Nations, the Cuban Foreign Minister Raúl Roa attempted to accuse the US of aggressive air attacks against Cuba, and that afternoon formally tabled a motion to the Political ( First ) Committee of the UN General Assembly.
At the end of the two-year programme, the entire octology was performed over a four-day period under the title The Glorious Moment ; Richard II was staged on a Thursday evening, followed by the two Henry IV plays on Friday afternoon and evening, the three Henry VI plays on Saturday ( two afternoon performances and one evening performance ), and Richard III on Sunday evening.
At the end of the two-year programme, the entire octology was performed over a four-day period under the title The Glorious Moment ; Richard II was staged on a Thursday evening, followed by the two Henry IV plays on Friday afternoon and evening, the three Henry VI plays on Saturday ( two afternoon performances and one evening performance ), and Richard III on Sunday evening.
At the end of the two-year programme, the entire octology was performed over a four-day period under the title The Glorious Moment ; Richard II was staged on a Thursday evening, followed by the two Henry IV plays on Friday afternoon and evening, the three Henry VI plays on Saturday ( two afternoon performances and one evening performance ), and Richard III on Sunday evening.
At WAPA TV, their night news edition sportscasters were considered second string to their afternoon news edition sportscasters, so Bracero would, for those two years and a half, perform under the shadow of Luis Rigual, WAPAs afternoon sportscaster.
At approximately 2: 30 in the afternoon of February 20, the Union force approached General Finegan's 5, 000 Confederates entrenched near Olustee Station.
At his afternoon situation conference on April 22, Hitler fell into a tearful rage when he realised that his plans of the day before were not going to be carried out.

At and Greenwich
At the turn of the 21st century, London hosted the much derided Millennium Dome at Greenwich, to mark the new century.
At 20, she went to live in New York for two years at Christopher and Greenwich to study ballet and English between movies.
* February 15 – At 04: 51 GMT, French anarchist Martial Bourdin attempts to destroy the Royal Greenwich Observatory, London, United Kingdom with a bomb.
At its creation, the county consisted of the townships of Greenwich, Independence, Knowlton, Mansfield, Oxford, and Pahaquarry ( now defunct ).
At the southern end of the Isle of Dogs, the Greenwich foot tunnel provides pedestrian access to Greenwich, across the river.
At that time, Abraham moved to Greenwich, Connecticut to become the pastor of the First Congregational Church of Greenwich.
At a meeting of the Royal Canadian Institute on February 8, 1879 he linked it to the anti-meridian of Greenwich ( now 180 °).
At a meeting of the Royal Canadian Institute on 8 February 1879 he linked it to the anti-meridian of Greenwich ( now 180 °).
At age 20, Havens left Brooklyn, seeking artistic stimulation in Greenwich Village.
At the time of her birth, her family lived at 1 Greenwich Street, near the Bowling Green, but the population growth and increasing urbanization of lower Manhattan in the 1830s led her family to move farther north to 36 Bond Street, near the then-ultra fashionable " Lafayette Place ," which had been developed by her future husband's grandfather, John Jacob Astor.
At St Alfege's Church in Greenwich, he recased the medieval tower and added a steeple in 1730, the rest of the church having been entirely rebuilt by Hawksmoor for the commissioners in 1712-14.
At the time ( 1635 ) he was employed by her, completing the Queen's House at Greenwich.
At Greenwich he cleared unsightly workshops from the grounds, and laid out a series of walkways.
At this location adjacent to Brockley station was sited station which closed in 1917 with the original London, Chatham and Dover Railway branch to Greenwich.
At age 17 he went to London to serve an apprenticeship as a civil engineer, but through the help of Charles Wheatstone he left engineering to accept a position at the Royal Greenwich Observatory under George Biddell Airy.
At this time, younger brother Bobby Clancy, among his many travels of Europe, emigrated to New York City for a time, joining his brothers in Greenwich Village.
At 9. 75 acres ( 39, 500 m < sup > 2 </ sup >), it is a landmark in the Manhattan neighborhood of Greenwich Village, as well as a meeting place and center for cultural activity.
At age 14 the theatrical producers the Shuberts commissioned him to write songs for a revue, Greenwich Village Follies.
At Julia Child's suggestion, Kump purchased Beard's New York brownstone at 167 West 12th Street in Greenwich Village and preserved it as a gathering place where the general public and press can appreciate the talents of established and emerging chefs.
At first taped at the New School's Tishman Auditorium in Greenwich Village, New York City, blocks away from Actors Studio's home in the theater district in midtown Manhattan, and shifting subsequently to its present location, Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts at Pace University's New York City campus.
" At the end of 1970 it operated 751 miles of road on 1310 miles of track, not including the Greenwich and Johnsonville ; that year it reported 3210 million ton-miles of revenue freight and 13 million passenger-miles.
At the ceremony at the Waldorf-Astoria, which was telecast on the Fuse TV cable network, songwriter Carole King inducted Mann and Weil and other songwriting colleagues from the 1950s and early 1960s, including Ellie Greenwich ( posthumously ) and Jeff Barry, Otis Blackwell ( posthumously ), Mort Shuman, and Jesse Stone ( posthumously ).

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