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At and one
At one and the same time, she was within it but still searching for the drawbridge that would give her entry.
At the heart of all of this was the square, which one such traveler declared to be `` as spacious, as pleasant and aromatick a Market as any in the Universe ''.
At one time she felt impelled to make dances that `` moved all over the stage '', much as Pollock's paintings move violently over the full extent of the canvas.
At one side of the stage a dancer jumps excitedly ; ;
At this period the thirty-year old Helion was ranked `` as one of the mature leaders of the modern movement '', according to Herbert Read, `` and in the direct line of descent from Cezanne, Seurat, Gris and Leger ''.
At one time it seemed as if the Soviet Union had done us a favor by providing a striking example of how not to behave towards other peoples and other nations.
At this point Mrs. Frances Cupply, one of Wright's handsome daughters by his first wife, came from the house and tried to calm Miriam as she tore down a no visitors sign and smashed the glass pane on another sign with a rock.
At the same time, I am aware that my recoil could be interpreted by readers of the tea leaves at the bottom of my psyche as an incestuous sign, since theirs is a science of paradox: if one hates, they say it is because one loves ; ;
At Camp Taylor in Kentucky a barracks was built in an hour and a half from timber that had been standing in Mississippi forests one week before.
At the same time another child -- this one of Shelley's brain -- was given to the world: Alastor, a poem of pervading beauty in which the reader may gaze into the still depths of a fine mind's musings.
At least one state vehicle was in existence in 1917.
At one university, the president cites the faculty review committee as `` a valued partner of the administration in guarding and promoting the quality of the faculty ''.
At one time, to most Americans, unless they were fortunate enough to live near a body of navigable water, boats were considered the sole concern of fishermen, rich people, and the United States Navy.
At present it's available in one model, the fine and familiar Smith & Wesson Magnum revolver ( about $110 ), long a top-quality handgun among target arms.
At one time about 10,000 people lived there.
At the same time he watched carefully to see how one attached pegboards to stone walls, but Mr. Blatz was usually standing in his line of vision and it all seemed so simple that he didn't like to disclose his ignorance.
At one astronomical unit from the sun ( the Earth's distance ) the dust orbits are probably nearly circular.
At the end of work one day, the personnel man took the applicants one at a time, asked them to sit behind the receptionist's desk and he then played the role of a number of people who might come to the receptionist with a number of queries and for a number of purposes.
At the least, however, one may conclude that Geometric potters sensed a logical order ; ;
At one time it was the ambition of every saxophone player in every high school band in America to blow like Bird.
At each step of the calculation the operating variables of only one stage need be varied.
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 last, even the controlled Torrio was unable to hold still, and he tentatively suggested that O'Banion should take a percentage in the Stickney brothels in return for one from his Cicero beer concession.

At and extreme
At the other extreme in character was the half-hour excerpt from the Petipa-Minkus ballet `` Bayaderka '', which opened the evening.
At the other extreme are languages such as English, where the spelling of many words simply has to be memorized as they do not correspond to sounds in a consistent way.
At the opposite extreme, a transformation of a thermodynamic system can be considered isothermal if it is slow enough so that the system's temperature remains constant by heat exchange with the outside.
At times the imperialist democracy acted with extreme brutality, as in the decision to execute the entire male population of Melos and sell off its women and children simply for refusing to became subjects of Athens.
At more extreme phases of bipolar I, a person in a manic state can begin to experience psychosis, or a break with reality, where thinking is affected along with mood.
At the extreme right, the English archers supported the flank of both the Brabant nobility and the Palatinate Lorraines.
At one extreme, anthropologist Marvin Harris, author of Cannibals and Kings, has suggested that the flesh of the victims was a part of an aristocratic diet as a reward, since the Aztec diet was lacking in proteins.
At the other extreme of the spectrum one finds attempts to use coercion altruistically, as a pedagogical device to improve – in some supposedly objective sense – the way other people think, with particular regard to their basic attitudes and values.
) At the extreme, in November 1721, someone hurled a lighted grenade into Cotton Mather's house.
At the other extreme, many entry level kits are sold complete with two cymbal stands, most often one straight and one boom, and some even with a standard cymbal pack, a stool and a pair of drum sticks.
At the opposite extreme, if one looks at the microscopic situation, one sees there are many ways of carrying an electric current, including: a flow of electrons ; a flow of electron " holes " that act like positive particles ; and both negative and positive particles ( ions or other charged particles ) flowing in opposite directions in an electrolytic solution or a plasma ).
At seventeen, Emily attended the Roe Head girls ' school, where Charlotte was a teacher, but managed to stay only three months before being overcome by extreme homesickness.
At the same time, a new Act of Uniformity was passed, which made attendance at church and the use of an adapted version of the 1552 Book of Common Prayer compulsory, though the penalties for recusancy, or failure to attend and conform, were not extreme.
At the Battle of Gravelotte, they formed the extreme left of the German army, and with the Prussian Guard carried out the attack on St Privat, the final and decisive action in the battle.
At the same time, extreme right-wing groups of self-appointed vigilantes, including the Secret Anti-Communist Army ( ESA ) and the White Hand ( La Mano Blanca ), tortured and murdered students, professionals, and peasants suspected of involvement in leftist activities.
At the opposite extreme, the noxii ( and possibly other damnati ) could be thrown into rivers or dumped unburied.
At the other extreme, an Sc galaxy has open, well-defined arms and a small core region.
At the extreme of interactions are galactic mergers.
At one extreme, Japan permits the use of all 14 channels for 802. 11b, while other countries such as Spain initially allowed only channels 10 and 11, and France only allowed 10, 11, 12 and 13.
At the other extreme are handmade pieces that display fine craftsmanship.
At one extreme of this scale is climatology.
At such depths, water pressure is extreme and there is no sunlight, but some life still exists.
At the other extreme, the slowest-moving plate is the Eurasian Plate, progressing at a typical rate of about 21 mm / yr ( 0. 8 in / yr ).
At one end of the spectrum, there are extreme academic views such as those of Jacques Halbronn, suggesting at great length and with great complexity that Nostradamus's Prophecies are antedated forgeries written by later hands with a political axe to grind.

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