[permalink] [id link]
At its height Cahokia is believed to have had a population of between 40, 000 and 80, 000 people, making it amongst the largest pre-Columbian cities of the Americas.
Some Related Sentences
At and its
Having hedged its bets in this way, PHS apparently decided it would be possible to make some sort of determination after all: `` At present radiation levels, and even at somewhat higher levels, the additional risk is slight and very few people will be affected ''.
At the end of its letter was the information that applicants for this position `` must also be prepared to teach costume design and advertising art ''.
At the present time we do not know by what biochemical mechanism TSH acts on the thyroid, but for bio-assay of the hormone there are a number of properties by which its activity may be estimated, including release of iodine from the thyroid, increase in thyroid weight, increase in mean height of the follicular cells and increase in the thyroidal uptake of Af.
At Yalta the West still believed that Eastern Europe could be kept in its orbit, in spite of the onrushing Soviet armies.
At about the time the Marsden enterprise was getting under way, the Vail Light and Lumber Company started construction of a chair stock factory on the site of the present Bennington Co-operative Creamery, intending to use its surplus power for generating electricity.
At the same time, there is a good deal of self-congratulation at attending a good college -- they are even inclined to exaggerate its not inconsiderable virtues -- and they express pleasure at the cozy in-group feeling that the college generates.
At last count, sixteen former Rhodes Scholars ( see box on page 13 ) had been appointed to the Administration, second in number only to its Harvard graduates.
At the State Department, hard-bitten Russian experts complained that the Capitol was out of its wits.
At each angle of its pitch a big skylight had been fitted into the roof and all these skylights were fitted with systems of multiple screens and shades.
At war's end leadership in Western Europe passed from Britain because the Labour Government devoted its attention to the creation of a welfare state.
At the feeding station, the raffish group of cowbirds again bobbed and gobbled over the ground, but now, gorgeous among them, was a beautiful red cardinal, radiant in its feathered vestments.
At its 1864 convention, the Republican Party selected Andrew Johnson, a War Democrat from the Southern state of Tennessee, as his running mate.
" At its worst, Scheler says, " love for the small, the poor, the weak, and the oppressed is really disguised hatred, repressed envy, an impulse to detract, etc., directed against the opposite phenomena: wealth, strength, power, largesse.
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.
At the same time, Angola has promoted the revival of the Community of Portuguese-Speaking Countries ( CPLP ) as a forum for cultural exchange and expanding ties with Portugal ( its former ruler ) and Brazil ( which shares many cultural affinities with Angola ) in particular.
At the time, the periodic table had been restructured by Seaborg to its present layout, containing the actinide row below the lanthanide one.
Some sources state that At < sub > 2 </ sub > does not exist, or at least has never been observed, while other sources assert or imply its existence.
At the peak of its efficiency in the early 16th century, the Venetian Arsenal employed some 16, 000 people who apparently were able to produce nearly one ship each day, and could fit out, arm, and provision a newly-built galley with standardized parts on an assembly-line basis not seen again until the Industrial Revolution.
At the end of this period, not longer than one year, the soul then takes its place in the World to Come.
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 its peak, the Apollo program employed 400, 000 people and required the support of over 20, 000 industrial firms and universities.
At and height
At the height of the first snowstorm we had, it was impossible for me to get medical attention needed during an emergency.
At the height of the French Revolution, he was accused by Jean-Paul Marat of selling adulterated tobacco, and of other crimes and was eventually guillotined a year after Marat's death.
* At the height of his career, Carnegie was the second-richest person in the world, behind only John D. Rockefeller of Standard Oil.
At the height of their popularity the band consisted of singer Jimmy Somerville backed by Steve Bronski and Larry Steinbachek, both of whom played keyboards and percussion.
At this point, the water pushes northward up the Tonle Sab and empties into the Tonle Sap, thereby increasing the size of the lake from about 2, 590 square kilometers to about 24, 605 square kilometers at the height of the flooding.
At the height of the boom, it was possible for a promising dot-com to make an initial public offering ( IPO ) of its stock and raise a substantial amount of money even though it had never made a profit — or, in some cases, earned any revenue whatsoever.
At its pre-war height, the movement often pursued pseudoscientific notions of racial supremacy and purity.
At its height, the British Empire covered a quarter of the Earth's land area and comprised a quarter of its population.
At the height of its popularity, an entire year's worth of shows would be taped in two separate week-long sessions, then individual shows would be assembled from edited sections.
At the height of his popularity as a director, Whale directed The Road Back, a sequel to All Quiet on the Western Front, in 1937.
At the height of her career, she was known as " The Queen of Rock and Roll " as well as " The Queen of Psychedelic Soul ", and became known as Pearl amongst her friends.
At first the kingdom was little more than a loose collection of towns and cities captured during the crusade, but at its height in the mid-12th century the kingdom roughly encompassed the territory of modern-day Israel, Lebanon and Palestine.
At its height it encompassed an area covering not only much of Chad, but also parts of modern southern Libya, eastern Niger, northeastern Nigeria and northern Cameroon.
At the height of the strikes, nearly 30, 000, 000 working days were lost in Britain during 1979, but that had fallen dramatically to some 5, 000, 000 during 1981 as a result of the Thatcher government's union reform policies.
At the height of Viking expansion into Dublin and Jorvik 875-954 AD the longship reached a peak of development such as the Gokstad ship 890.