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At the EA Sports 500, Donlavey fielded the # 91 for Rick Mast, but did not make the race.
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At and EA
At the 2012 Game Developers Conference, EA announced a new SimCity along with a new logo for the Maxis brand.
At the time of the game's release, EA launched a website for Simcity 3000 Unlimited which allowed users to exchange their creations.
The song, " This Disaster ", was featured in EA Sports ' Madden NFL 2005, and " At Least I'm Known for Something " was featured in EA's Burnout 3: Takedown.
At EA Tiburon in Orlando, Florida a team of 30 developers and more than 100 game testers works on each new game in the series, which contains more than 10 million lines of source code.
At and Sports
In his presentation to the American College of Sports Medicine's annual meeting in 2009, researcher and exercise physiologist Gary Granata presented research after studying members of the Avon High School Marching Black and Gold, noting " At the top levels of marching band and drum corps, you get a level of competition and athleticism that is equal to a division I athletic program.
At the Source For Sports Shoot Out, visitors take shots using real pucks at a computer simulation of goaltender Ed Belfour.
At the beginning of September 2012, Fox Sports introduced an updated logo across all of its properties, including its regional networks.
At the southern end of the fields is the Olympic Sports Complex, which include women's soccer stadium, softball stadium, track and field facility, and Olympic Sports Team building.
At one end there is an irrigation dam, while on the eastern shore there is Hayat Durrani Water Sports Academy, the only water sports training center in Balochistan Province.
The Tower Retail Park opposite Crayford Town Hall comprises stores used by Bed Post, Boots, the Carphone Warehouse, Comet, Currys, First Choice Holiday Hypermarket, Game, Hobbycraft, Next, Pets At Home and Sports Superstore, plus eateries run by Nandos and McDonald's.
At Comic-Con 2010, Sylvester Stallone and Dolph Lundgren accepted the Guinness World Record for the ‘ Most Successful Sports Movie Franchise ’ for Rocky.
At the time, Navratilova was told by the Czechoslovakian Sports Federation that she was becoming too Americanized and that she should go back to school and make tennis secondary.
At the end of the year, he won a public vote to be elected winner of the prestigious BBC Sports Personality of the Year title.
At the time revenue from the Thunder accounted for less than one percent of the National Sports Center's total revenue.
At USARS ( USA Roller Sports ) events, tracks are marked by four pylons set in a rectangular shape, while at NIRA ( National Inline Racing Association ) events, tracks are marked by multiple pylons that create an oval shaped track.
At ABC, he covered such events as baseball games, the 1986-1987, college basketball, Indianapolis 500, the 1977 Monon Bell game between DePauw University and Wabash College, five Olympics, as well as the program Wide World of Sports.
At the end of the war, a second Pan American Sports Congress in London during the 1948 Summer Olympic Games, confirmed Buenos Aires as the host for the first Pan American Games, which were finally scheduled for 1951.
At the time of his death he was about to be inducted into the National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame.
At the beginning of 1954, Farina won a round of the World Sports Car Championship, only to be badly burnt following a startline crash at the Sports Car race at Monza.
At the same time, a three-door hatchback known as the Sports hatch ( also seen on the Manta ) was added to the range.
At the Ansell Trust Sports Ground in Ostlers Lane is also the Tennis, Bowling, Crocquet and Cricket Clubs.
At the north end of the bypass is the Wodson Park Sports Centre, with an athletics track, and Hanbury Manor, a hotel and country club.
At the age of twenty, he was hired by the German Sports Authority for Athletics ( the Deutsche Sportbehörde für Athletik, or DSBfA ), and a year later was elected to its board of directors.
At and 500
At one of the very worst sites, around Sandakan in Borneo, only six of some 2, 500 prisoners survived.
At the time of its formation BSC comprised around 90 percent of the UK's steelmaking capacity, had around 268, 500 employees and around 200 wholly or partly owned subsidiaries based in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Africa, South Asia, and South America.
At the 2001 Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway on February 18, 2001, Earnhardt was involved in a car accident after the final lap, in which Earnhardt's car was pushed into the wall nose-first by Ken Schrader's car at an estimated speed of.
At the outer edge of the reef shelf, the bottom slopes very steeply into deep water, at some locations dropping to more than 1, 500 feet ( 457 m ) within 0. 6 miles ( 1 km ) of the shore.
At the time, Burr was serving as vice president under Thomas Jefferson and desperately needed the purchase price of $ 62, 500.
* 1946 – At Club 500 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis stage their first show as a comedy team.
At 9, 500 BP, Lake Onega, previously draining into the White Sea, started emptying into Ladoga via the River Svir.
At the beginning of 1860, the transport of passengers and goods was undertaken by about 2, 000 horses, 4, 000 donkeys and 4, 500 carriages and carts.
* 1911 – At the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the first Indianapolis 500 ends with Ray Harroun in his Marmon Wasp becoming the first winner of the 500-mile auto race.
At the confluence, the Ohio is even bigger than the Mississippi ( Ohio at Cairo: 281, 500 cu ft / s ( 7, 960 m < sup > 3 </ sup >/ s ); Mississippi at Thebes: 208, 200 cu ft / s ( 5, 897 m < sup > 3 </ sup >/ s )) and, thus, is hydrologically the main stream of the whole river system, including the Allegheny River further upstream.
At the museum's PDP-1 restoration celebration in May 2006, Alan Kotok said his Macintosh PowerBook G4 laptop was 10, 000 times faster, came with 100, 000 times the RAM and 500, 000 times the storage, was 1 / 2000 the size, and cost 1 / 100 as much.
At present the Prime Minister receives £ 142, 500 including a salary of £ 65, 737 as a Member of Parliament.
At £ 29, 975, the 968 Sport was priced £ 5, 500 lower than the standard 968, but had most of the latter's desirable " luxuries " and consequently outsold it by a large margin ( 306 of the 968 Sport models compared to 40 standard 968 coupés ).
At the 1928 Olympic trials, Nurmi was left third in the 1, 500 m by eventual gold and bronze medalists Harri Larva and Eino Purje, and he decided to concentrate on the longer distances.
At its apex in the 1990s, Rockwell International was No. 27 on the Fortune 500 list, with assets of over $ 8 billion and sales of $ 27 billion.
At the high end are highly detailed brass models which are usually imported from Japan or Korea and can cost in excess of $ 500.
At Crow Creek, South Dakota, as noted, archaeologists found a mass grave of ' more than 500 men, women, and children who had been slaughtered, scalped, and mutilated during an attack on their village a century and a half before Columbus's arrival ( ca.
** At Club 500 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis stage their first show as a comedy team.
At 1, 725 litres per second, this is a burn time of only 175 seconds, compared to about 500 in the original S-IVB ( although some of this is at a lower power setting ).
At Keynes's death, in 1946, his worth stood just short of £ 500, 000 – equivalent to about £ 11 million ($ 16. 5 million ) in 2009.
At the request of his son-in-law Sviatopolk I of Kiev, the Polish duke invaded Kievan Rus ' with an army of between 2, 000 – 5, 000 Polish warriors, in addition to Thietmar's reported 1, 000 Pechenegs, 300 German knights, and 500 Hungarian mercenaries.
At 4 pm, the time shown on Big Ben on the London Games symbol, the King declared the Games open, 2, 500 pigeons were set free and the Olympic Flag raised to its flagpole at the end of the stadium.
In its heyday, newspapers typically paid UPI about half what they paid AP in the same cities for the same services: At one point, for example, the Chicago Sun-Times paid AP $ 12, 500 a week, but UPI only $ 5, 000 ; the Wall Street Journal paid AP $ 36, 000 a week, but UPI only $ 19, 300.