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" At Maecenas ' reception room "
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At and Maecenas
At Maecenas ' insistence ( according to the tradition ) Virgil spent the ensuing years ( perhaps 37 – 29 BC ) on the longer didactic hexameter poem called the Georgics ( from Greek, " On Working the Earth ") which he dedicated to Maecenas.
At and reception
At a ceremony in the reception room of Mayor Richardson Dilworth, the Eagles were honored for winning the championship.
At a reception for new members of Congress, Oregon Democrat Maurine Neuberger, taking the Senate seat held by her husband Richard until his death last March, got a brotherly buss from Democratic Elder Statesman Adlai Stevenson, U.S. Ambassador-designate to the U.N..
At the reception, Charles finds himself seated at a table with several ex-girlfriends who relate embarrassing stories about his inability to be discreet, and afterwards bumps into Henrietta ( known among Charles ' friends as " Duckface "), with whom he had a difficult relationship.
At the beginning of February, Grammer and Walsh booked the ballroom at the Plaza Hotel for their wedding, at a cost of more than $ 100, 000 for the reception, despite rumors of Grammer's divorce not being finalized.
At the wedding reception held at the local VFW bar, the guys get drunk, dance, sing and have a good time, but then notice a soldier in a US Army's Special Forces uniform.
At their wedding reception, the other " freaks " resolve that they will accept Cleopatra in spite of her being a " normal " outsider, and hold an initiation ceremony, wherein they pass a massive goblet of wine around the table while chanting, " We accept her!
At the ninth symphony's premiere at Carnegie Hall ( December 16, 1893 ) the reception was one of perpetual cheering.
At a reception, Glick meets Laurette, Harrington's daughter ; he immediately and genuinely falls in love with this " golden girl ," discarding his girlfriend.
At 9: 45am at the Embassy reception desk, Grynszpan said that he was a German resident and that he wanted to see an Embassy official-he did not ask for anyone by name ( an important point in the light of later events ).
At the last show of the tour, as the group considers venturing into a musical theatre production on the theme of Jack the Ripper entitled ' Saucy Jack ', Tufnel reappears and informs them that while their American reception is poor, the group is wildly popular in Japan.
At the end of her visit, she wrote to the Duke and commented on how enjoyable her visit was, commenting on the " beautiful " castle and the friendliness of her reception.
At a concert held in Litomyšl's Philosophical Academy he played a piano arrangement of Auber's overture to La muette de Portici, to a rapturous reception.
At a reception given in the monarch's honor, the Tsar asked Rubinstein if he was pleased with this gift.
At most angles the loop has a fairly flat reception pattern, but when it is aligned perpendicular to the station the signal in one side cancels the signal in the other, producing a sharp drop in reception known as the " null ".
At a reception at Heathrow Airport when asked what he wanted to do first, he replied " I want Mandi " which shocked the reception party because they did not know that " Mandi " means " take a bath " in Malay.
At Moscow's Olympic Stadium the band played ten consecutive nights to a total of 180, 000 people ( following a reception that Bernie Shaw remembered as being " something like Beatlemania ") which was represented in the international press as not just an achievement for Uriah Heep but a major breakthrough for Western music in general.
At St. Petersburg he met with a more cordial reception from Catherine II, and in 1787 he was permitted to return to France, though not to Paris.
At a diplomatic reception in Mexico City, Ames got into a loud, drunken argument with a Cuban official that " caused alarm " among his superiors.
" At least part of the negative academic reception to Sexual Personae can be attributed to Paglia's ignoring such prominent structuralist / post-structuralist thinkers as Althusser, Derrida, Foucault and Lacan, knowledge of whom had become de rigueur in the academic humanities by the book's 1990 publication.
At the ' 95 Source Awards, the Death Row roster's performance garnered a poor reception from the mainly east coast audience ; Knight also made comments pertaining to Bad Boy Entertainment CEO Puff Daddy, sparking friction between the two labels ( and, later, the two entire coasts ).
At and room
At the end of the room there was a desk heaped with papers, and she began to riffle these, making sighs and and noises of girlish exasperation.
At the same time, every device that can be employed to reduce the number of variables is of the greatest value, and it is one of the attractive features of dynamic programming that room is left for ingenuity in using the special features of the problem to this end.
At room temperature and pressure, barium has a body-centered cubic structure, with a barium – barium distance of 503 picometers, expanding with heating at a rate of approximately 1. 8 /° C.
At room temperature the magnitude of this fractionation is roughly 0. 25 ‰ ( 0. 025 %) per atomic mass unit ( AMU ).
At room temperature, the average speed of these random motions is 10 < sup > 6 </ sup > metres per second.
At his death, some portraits were auctioned in Paris, they sold for little ; the famous Death of Marat was exhibited in a secluded room, to avoid outraging public sensibilities.
At the wedding, Gareth dies suddenly of a heart attack: Gareth's partner Matthew ( John Hannah, in one of his first screen roles ) is in another part of the room listening to the groom's toast when Gareth dies.
At The Limelight in Manhattan, Giger's artwork was licensed to decorate the VIP room, the uppermost chapel of the landmarked church, but it was never intended to be a permanent installation and bore no similarity to the real Giger Bars in Switzerland.
At room temperature, honey is a supercooled liquid, in which the glucose will precipitate into solid granules.
At around 10 p. m. he was discovered by Peter Lozgachev, the Deputy Commandant of Kuntsevo, who entered his bedroom to check up on him and recalled a horrifying scene of Stalin lying on his back on the floor of his room beside his bed wearing pyjama bottoms and an undershirt with his clothes soaked in stale urine.
At this moment he was unfortunately called out by a person on business from Porlock, and detained by him above an hour, and on his return to his room, found, to his no small surprise and mortification, that though he still retained some vague and dim recollection of the general purport of the vision, yet, with the exception of some eight or ten scattered lines and images, all the rest had passed away like the images on the surface of a stream into which a stone had been cast, but, alas!
The passage continues with a famous account of an interruption: " At this moment he was unfortunately called out by a person on business from Porlock, and detained by him above an hour, and on his return to his room, found, to his no small surprise and mortification, that though he still retained some vague and dim recollection of the general purpose of the vision, yet, with the exception of some eight or ten scattered lines and images, all the rest had passed away like the images on the surface of a stream into which a stone has been cast, but, alas!
" At this point, the Inquisition — consisting of Cardinal Ximénez ( Michael Palin ), and his assistants Cardinal Biggles ( Terry Jones ), and Cardinal Fang ( Terry Gilliam )— burst into the room to the sound of a jarring musical sting.
The dining room was decked in white and green, illuminated with numberless candles in silver candlelabras ... The bride's gift from her father was an elegant house and lot ... At 11 o ' clock Mrs. Mitchell donned a pretty going-away gown of green English cloth with its jaunty velvet hat to match and bid goodbye to her friends.
At the age of six, Webster began attending a dilapidated one room primary school that had been built by West Hartford's Ecclesiastical Society.
At room temperature and pressure, the water jar reaches equilibrium when the air over the water has a humidity of about 3 %.
At room temperature, the most stable form of iron is the body-centered cubic ( BCC ) structure α-ferrite.
At the Austrian Court in Vienna in the late 17th century ( 1698 ) ladies were conducted around the room to the tune of a 2-beat measure, which then became the 3 / 4 of the Nach Tanz ( After Dance ), upon which couples got into the position for the Weller and waltzed around the room with gliding steps as in an engraving of the Wirtschaft ( Inn Festival ) given for Peter the Great.