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At and certain
At greater distances from the sun, the situation is still less certain.
At the same time, another purpose of the conference will be to get certain low-wage countries to control textile exports -- especially dumping of specific products -- to high-wage textile-producing countries.
At first, the creators decided the positions of the necessary points to express the outline, eyes, nose, and so on of a certain person.
At first it was employed as a respectful title for any monk, but it was soon restricted by canon law to certain priestly superiors.
Allotropes of iron, ( alpha iron and gamma iron ) showing the differences in atomic arrangement. At a certain temperature, ( usually between and ), the base metal of steel ( iron ) undergoes a change in the arrangement of the atoms in its crystal matrix, called allotropy.
At the Mongol camp near Kars Andrew had met a certain David, who in December 1248 appeared at the court of King Louis IX of France in Cyprus.
At this time Cossa also had some links with local robber bands, often used to intimidate his rivals and attack carriages, this part of Cossa's life isn't widely known, but gave him certain influence and power in the region.
At certain critical water levels it is possible for connections with surrounding water bodies to become established.
At certain times, London has had no overall city government and boroughs were the main unit of local government for Londoners ; in Tokyo, they are known as wards or cities, and have city status, but these still form parts of a larger municipal government which has merged with that of the prefecture.
At a certain point, reports of an IRA sniper operating in the area were allegedly given to the Army command centre.
At the level of the individual, pressing psychological needs may influence the process, and certain of our universal mental tools may impose epistemic ' blind spots '.
At certain points in the 1970s, " Chicano " was the preferred term for reference to Mexican-Americans, particularly in the scholarly literature.
At certain times of life, the columnar epithelium is replaced by metaplastic squamous epithelium, and is then known as the transformation zone.
At the same time, however, certain Conservative institutions, particularly day schools, have shown significant growth.
At the same time, he mentioned that certain other books, including five deuterocanonical books but also the Didache and the Shepherd of Hermas, while not being part of the canon, " were appointed by the Fathers to be read ".
At various times certain gods became preeminent over the others, including the sun god Ra, the creator god Amun, and the mother goddess Isis.
At the same time, the system's commercial regimentation and focus on glamorous escapism discouraged daring and ambition beyond a certain degree, a prime example being the brief but still legendary directing career of the iconoclastic Erich von Stroheim in the late teens and the ‘ 20s.
At certain intervals February was truncated to 23 or 24 days ; and a 27-day intercalary month, Intercalaris, was inserted immediately after February to realign the year with the seasons.
At home, Frigg went with a certain Mith-Othin and took over Odin's properties, until Odin came back and drove them away.
At one point, Fabius was called by the priests to assist with certain sacrifices, and as such, Fabius left the command of the army in the hands of Minucius during his absence.
At a certain point (~ 70 % crystalline ) the glass-ceramic has a net CTE near zero.
At certain times in the film small vibrators attached to the underside of some seats within the auditorium were activated to give some audience members a tingle.
At certain points, a command would be given to the phalanx or a part thereof to collectively take a certain number of steps forward ( ranging from half to multiple steps ).

At and critical
At such critical moments predispositions favorable to human dignity most obviously `` pay off ''.
At this critical moment, the Roman army was crippled by the outbreak of a second smallpox pandemic, the plague of Cyprian ( 251-70 ).
At the same time, the Grundlegung systematically integrated previous specialized work done at Free University of Berlin in the ' 70s by critical psychologists who also had been influenced by Marx, Leontyev and Seve.
At FU-Berlin, critical psychology was not really seen as a division of psychology and followed its own methodology, trying to reformulate traditional psychology on an unorthodox Marxist base and drawing from Soviet ideas of cultural – historical psychology, particularly Aleksey Leontyev.
At the moment of take-off, two critical aspects of the dive are determined, and cannot subsequently be altered during the execution.
At first, the production of dyes was critical.
At first the production of dyes based on aniline was critical.
At the same time, there were increasingly critical shortages of food, raw materials, fuel and housing.
The critical wrath against At Long Last Love in particular was so strong that it was never released on home video.
At this stage, Friedman said that he and his wife " regarded the job-creation programs such as the WPA, CCC, and PWA appropriate responses to the critical situation ," but not " the price-and wage-fixing measures of the National Recovery Administration and the Agricultural Adjustment Administration.
At the time, Dowiyogo referred to Nauru's political scenario as being " critical.
At the critical mass point, the value obtained from the good or service is greater than or equal to the price paid for the good or service.
* 1942 – World War II: Second Battle of El Alamein: – At El Alamein in northern Egypt, the British Eighth Army under Field Marshal Montgomery begins a critical offensive to expel the Axis armies from Egypt.
At this stage, several factors are critical to yield: optimal soil moisture and temperature, soil nutrient availability and balance, and resistance to pest attacks.
At the critical point, the liquid and gas become indistinguishable.
At the Battle of Sybota, a small contingent of Athenian ships played a critical role in preventing a Corinthian fleet from capturing Corcyra.
At 18: 59 on 13th July, 1954, the reactor reached critical mass and sustained Sweden's first nuclear reaction.
At a second critical field strength H < sub > c2 </ sub >, superconductivity is destroyed.
At temperatures below its critical temperature, a gas is also called a vapor, and can be liquefied by compression alone without cooling.
At the time the film was a commercial rather than a critical success, and has only come to be viewed more favorably in recent times.
At the age of thirty-three, this naturally indolent and self-indulgent woman, with little knowledge and no experience of affairs, found herself at the head of a great empire at one of the most critical periods of its existence.
The critic for Time magazine acknowledged the critical storm around Fleming and Dr. No, but was broadly welcoming of the book, writing that whilst " not all readers will agree that Dr. No ... is magnificent writing, ... pages of it, at least, qualify for Ezra Pound's classic comment on Tropic of Cancer: ' At last, an unprintable book that is readable '.
At the same time the well-established poet, Rolf Jacobsen, espoused a more critical attitude to the consumer mentality and environmental destruction.

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