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At age seventy-four, he became what he shyly terms a `` pupil '' of Andres Segovia, the great guitarist of the Western world.
At about the age of twelve I became a Spencerian liberal, and I have always considered myself a liberal of some kind even though the definition has changed repeatedly since Spencer became a reactionary.
At the age of 17 he became an apprentice machinist at the shop of Walcott & Harris in Valley Falls, Rhode Island, and following two or three other jobs in quick succession after graduation, he went into business for himself in 1831, making lathes and small tools.
At the age of ten, when he was working as a newsboy in the Loop, he was knocked down by a streetcar which resulted in his permanently shortened leg.
At the time the will was drawn Mr. Hohlbein mentioned to me how mentally alert she seemed for her age, knowing just what changes she wanted made and so forth ''.
At about the age of eighteen, he went to Athens to continue his education at Plato's Academy.
At the start of a new industrial age in the 18th century, it was believed that " people are the riches of the nation ", and there was a general faith in an economy that paid its workers low wages because high wages meant workers would work less.
While Miss Marple is described as ' an old lady ' in many of the stories, her age is mentioned in " At Bertram's Hotel ", where it is said she visited the hotel when she was 14 and almost 60 years have passed since then.
At the age of 30, in 1905, Schweitzer answered the call of " The Society of the Evangelist Missions of Paris " which was looking for a medical doctor.
At the age of 13, Mackenzie's father died, and he was forced to end his formal education in order to help support his family.
At the age of 16 he apprenticed as a stonemason and by the age of 20 he had reached journeyman status in this field.
The school taught only reading, writing, and spelling and he left this school at the age of 10. At age 13, his uncle, Reverend Tillotson Bronson, invited Alcott into his home in Cheshire, Connecticut to be educated and prepared for college.
At age 17, Alcott passed the exam for a teaching certificate but had trouble finding work as a teacher.
At the age of eleven, he joined his father on a ship as an apprentice ; his seagoing career would be marked by headstrong disobedience.
At age 12 he was whiter than ivory, had hair lighter than gold, and could lift 10 bear skins at once.
At age 16 or 17, Johnson left his apprenticeship and ran away with his brother William.
At the age of 18, Johnson married 16-year-old Eliza McCardle in 1827 ; she was the daughter of a local shoemaker.
At the age of fourteen he entered the Camaldolese Order in the Monastery of St. Mary of the Angels in Florence, and rapidly became a leading theologian and Hellenist.
At the age of 25, he was elected a member of the French Academy of Sciences, France's most elite scientific society, for an essay on street lighting and in recognition of his earlier research.
At the age of 13 he entered the Göttingen Gymnasium, residing at the home of one of the professors.
At age 18, the youth began a rapid advancement through the company, becoming the superintendent of the Pittsburgh Division.
At the age of 19 she left Haworth and worked as a governess between 1839 and 1845.

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At Yalta he thought more about the six million Germans who would have to leave, trying to find work in Germany, and Roosevelt objected to the Western Neisse River being chosen in the south, instead of the Eastern Neisse, both of which flow into the Oder.
At that moment Kipling was overwhelmed with awed amazement, suddenly recalling that these identical details of scene, action and word had occurred to him in a dream six weeks earlier.
At 4 p.m. the President left the White House to welcome the young musicians, students from the ages of 12 to 18 who spend six weeks at the Brevard Music Center summer camp, and to greet the 325 crippled, cardiac and blind children from the District area who were special guests at the concert.
Poirot also bears a striking resemblance to A. E. W. Mason's fictional detective — Inspector Hanaud of the French Sûreté — who, first appearing in the 1910 novel At the Villa Rose, predates the writing of the first Poirot novel by six years.
At one of the very worst sites, around Sandakan in Borneo, only six of some 2, 500 prisoners survived.
At the age of six he was sent to be educated in Magdeburg, seat of Adalbert of Magdeburg, the teacher and namesake of Saint Adalbert.
At least a thousand people were executed during the first six months of Pinochet in office, and at least two thousand more were killed during the next sixteen years, as reported by the Rettig Report.
At MGM he was one of the main directors of their female stars – he directed Joan Crawford six times and Greta Garbo seven.
At least three cylinders are required with two-stroke engines and at least six cylinders with four-stroke engines to provide torque every 120 degrees.
At the air base near Tapa, site of the worst damage, officials estimated that six square kilometers of land were covered by a layer of fuel ; 11 square kilometers of underground water were said to be contaminated.
At least six researchers independently made this discovery and can be said to have some role in the invention.
* 2006 – At least six men stage Britain's biggest robbery, stealing £ 53m ( about $ 92. 5 million or € 78 million ) from a Securitas depot in Tonbridge, Kent.
Washington was hard to miss: At exactly six feet, he towered over most of his contemporaries.
At the end of 1999 the fleet of ferry vessels owned by the Transport and Harbors Department comprised nine motor vessels, six of which ranged in age from 15 to 55 years.
At the Grand Guignol, patrons would see five or six plays, all in a style which attempted to be brutally true to the theatre's naturalistic ideals.
At the 17th Central American Summit in 1995, hosted by Honduras in the northern city of San Pedro Sula, the region's six countries ( excluding Belize ) signed treaties creating confidence-and security-building measures and combating the smuggling of stolen automobiles in the isthmus.
At one time, Hungarian used six verb tenses ; today, most commonly only two ( the future not being counted as one, as it is formed with an auxiliary verb ).
At Harmony, Pennsylvania, four to six members were assigned to a home, where they lived as families, although not all those living in the household were related.
At the time, it was anticipated that these addresses could well be fully consumed within three to six months at then-current rates of allocation.
At age six, he observed the Great Comet of 1577, writing that he " was taken by mother to a high place to look at it.
At 8 pm on the evening of 1 May, Goebbels arranged for an SS dentist, Helmut Kunz, to kill his six children by injecting them with morphine and then, when they were unconscious, crushing an ampoule of cyanide in each of their mouths.
* 1922 – At Windsor Castle, King George V receives the colours of the six Irish regiments that are to be disbanded – the Royal Irish Regiment, the Connaught Rangers, the South Irish Horse, the Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment, the Royal Munster Fusiliers and the Royal Dublin Fusiliers.
* 1981 – At the Trooping the Colour ceremony in London, a teenager, Marcus Sarjeant, fires six blank shots at Queen Elizabeth II.
At least six states responded to the Resolutions by taking the position that the constitutionality of acts of Congress is a question for the federal courts, not the state legislatures.

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