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At Fort Garry some of the Swiss also decided to cast their lot with the United States, and in 1823 several families paid guides to take them to Fort Snelling.
He leafed through the light reading provided by Mrs. Kirby for her guests: four separate adventures of the Bobbsey Twins ( At the Seashore, At the Mountains, On the Farm, and In Danger ) and several agricultural bulletins on the treatment of hoof-and-mouth disease in cattle, hideously illustrated.
At the time, UT2 as published by various observatories differed by several centiseconds.
At the same time, David H. Price's work on American anthropology during the Cold War provides detailed accounts of the pursuit and dismissal of several anthropologists from their jobs for communist sympathies.
At the Alphonsus, three scientific objectives were determined to be of primary interest and paramount importance: the possibility of old, pre-Imbrium impact material from within the crater's wall, the composition of the crater's interior and the possibility of past volcanic activity on the floor of the crater at several smaller " dark halo " craters.
At a distance of about from Earth, Ken Mattingly, the Command Module Pilot, performed a " deep-space " extra-vehicular activity, or spacewalk, during which he retrieved several film cassettes from the CSM's SIM bay.
At its core, the Amiga has a custom chipset consisting of several coprocessors, which handle audio, video and direct memory access independently of the Central Processing Unit ( CPU ).
At the close of the work are added several eulogies written by Abba Mari on Ben Adret ( who died in 1310 ), and on Don Vidal, Solomon of Perpignan, and Don Bonet Crescas of Lunel.
At this time, Lerner was hired by film producer Arthur P. Jacobs to write a treatment for an upcoming film project, Doctor Dolittle, but Lerner abrogated his contract after several non-productive months of non-communicative procrastination and was replaced with Leslie Bricusse.
At a minimum, an atom probe will consist of several key pieces of equipment.
At present Berlin consists of 96 localities, which are commonly made up of several city neighborhoods — called Kiez in the Berlin dialect — representing small residential areas.
At present, such areas comprise about 30, 000 km², and several are in countries where political stability is fragile.
At 19: 50 the mizenmast and mainmast both collapsed and fires broke out simultaneously at several points.
At the intersection with 72nd street, the triangle of tiny Verdi Square is surrounded by several notable apartment buildings, including The Ansonia, and the Florentine palazzo occupied by Apple Bank for Savings.
At age 17, he sold several tales to The Black Cat, a magazine which specialized in unusual tales.
At the foundation of the new rule, they were called Hermits of St Damiano, or Moronites ( or Murronites ), and did not assume the appellation of Celestines until after the election of their founder to the Papacy as Celestine V. The fame of the holy life and the austerities practised by the hermit in his solitude on the Mountain of Majella, near Sulmona, attracted many visitors, several of whom were moved to remain and share his mode of life.
At 11 he went into the service of a grocer in Slatina ; and then he became a domestic in a public house in Craiova where he remained for several years.
At this time the Piast duke Konrad I of Masovia with the consent of Pope Innocent III had started the first of several unsuccessful Prussian Crusades into the adjacent Chełmno Land and Christian acted as a missionary among the Prussians east of the Vistula River.
At the 19th Conference, the first party conference held since 1941, several delegates asked for the introduction of term limits, and an end to appointments of officials, and to introduce multi-candidate elections within the party.
At the time, Compaq was focused on the enterprise market and had recently purchased several other large vendors.
At the University of Michigan and Indiana University, he co-authored, with Melanie Mitchell, a computational model of " high-level perception " – Copycat – and several other models of analogy-making and cognition, including the Tabletop project, co-developed with Robert M. French.
At present, there exist several dubbing software solutions, among which are dubStudio ( developed in Quebec, Canada ) and Synchronos ( developed in France ).
At times during the history of the kingdom several sub-kings within Essex appear to have been able to rule simultaneously.

At and points
'' At other points in his narrative, Krim associates Jewishness with unappeasable literary ambition, with abstraction, with his personal turning aside from the good, the true, and the beautiful of fiction in the manner of James T. Farrell to the international, the false, and the inflated.
At the home of a gourmet the new maid was instructed in the fine points of serving.
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 the centre of Alfred's reformed military defence system was a network of fortresses, or burhs, distributed at strategic points throughout the kingdom.
At the time, the amount is said to have been 80, 000 rations a day, doled out from 117 distribution points around the city.
At certain points in the 1970s, " Chicano " was the preferred term for reference to Mexican-Americans, particularly in the scholarly literature.
At championship-standard association croquet, players can often make all 26 points ( 13 for each ball ) in two turns.
At each position s, unit vector u < sub > n </ sub > points along the outward normal to the curve and unit vector u < sub > t </ sub > is tangential to the path.
At some points in geological time, rhyolitic calderas have appeared in distinct clusters.
At the turn of the 20th century, Otto Stolz, Paul du Bois-Reymond, Giuseppe Veronese, and others produced controversial work on non-Archimedean models of Euclidean geometry, in which the distance between two points may be infinite or infinitesimal, in the Newton – Leibniz sense.
At an equinox, the Sun is at one of two opposite points on the celestial sphere where the celestial equator ( i. e. declination 0 ) and ecliptic intersect.
At all points West Germany was much larger and richer that East Germany, which became a dictatorship under the control of the Communist Party and was closely monitored by Moscow.
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 specific points indicated by the pattern, the cable needle is moved, the stitches on it are worked by the other needles, then the cable needle is turned around to a different position to create the cable twist.
At its most distant points, it is about 200 kilometers north to south and 170 kilometers east to west.
At each valid point ( a point that is awarded, with a legal part of hand or foot to legal targets and with legal technique ), the central referee halts the fight and at the same time as the two judges, shows with his / her fingers the number of points in the direction of the fighter who is being awarded points.
At the time of his retirement, Abdul-Jabbar was the NBA ’ s all-time leader in points scored, games played, minutes played, field goals made, field goal attempts, blocked shots, defensive rebounds, and personal fouls.
At the time of his resignation, the club were three points ahead in the league and still in contention for the FA Cup.
At the end of the game, the team with the most points wins.
At the instant when the flow is “ turned on ”, the flow is undeflected downstream of the airfoil and there are two stagnation points on the airfoil ( where the flow velocity is zero ): one near the leading edge on the bottom surface, and another on the upper surface near the trailing edge.
At the points themselves these forces are balanced.
At these points, the combined attraction from the two masses is equivalent to what would be exerted by a single mass at the barycenter of the system, sufficient to cause a small body to orbit with the same period.

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