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At the close of Davis' speech the following preamble and resolutions were read by the president, and on the question of their adoption passed unanimously:
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At noontime, remembering what the teacher had said about maybe playing with the kids, Jack stayed close to the schoolhouse while all the other big boys, except Charles, went off out the road to play ball.
At the inn, which was situated close to a broad weir, Byron was greeted by the landlord with obsequious deference and addressed as `` milord ''.
At the moment, Barco's back was to the road so he didn't see the detectives close in on his convertible which, in their quest for the stolen lap rug, they proceeded to search.
At Caltech, Geneticist Beadle has stuck close to his research as head of the school's famous biology division since 1946.
At present the doctor's main concern was in seeing to it that Japanese salvage firms were not permitted to operate on the hulks of warships sunk too close inshore, because the work involved setting off nerve-shattering blasts at all hours.
At the close of the war, Lincoln held a moderate view of Reconstruction, seeking to reunite the nation speedily through a policy of generous reconciliation in the face of lingering and bitter divisiveness.
At the end of the war, a substantial amount of Nazi plunder was found stored in Austria, where Hitler had hoped to retreat as the war drew to a close.
At the close of the Second World War the British government announced its intention to abolish the penal settlement.
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 best, the technique is only effective at extremely close ranges of five to ten feet, since the recoil would make it hard to keep both weapons straight, and using the sights on the guns is next to impossible.
At the semi-enclosed bays with major freshwater inflows, such as head of Finnish Gulf with Neva mouth and head of Bothnian gulf with close mouths of Lule, Tornio and Kemi, the salinity is considerably lower.
At age 11, in 1965, Mumy began working with Jonathan Harris on Lost in Space, and the two became close friends, both on and off set.
At the close of 2006, the government had exceeded its budget for electricity subsidies, spending close to U. S. $ 650 million.
At trial, the defense team argued that news articles from the time could have been the source for Echols ' knowledge about the genital mutilation, but the prosecution claimed that Echols ' knowledge, which Echols said was limited to what was " on TV ", was nonetheless too close to the actual facts, since there was no public knowledge of drowning or that one victim had been mutilated more than the others.
* Level C: At least fair scientific evidence suggests that there are benefits provided by the clinical service, but the balance between benefits and risks are too close for making general recommendations.
At the close of the 20th Century, all of the Earth's kaiju have been collected and confined in an area known as Monster Island, by the United Nations Science Committee, in the Ogasawara island chain.
At the spring of Kanathos, close to Nauplia, Hera renewed her virginity annually, in rites that were not to be spoken of ( arrheton ).
At the close of the previous story, Cigars of the Pharaoh, he had mentioned that Tintin's next adventure would bring him to China.
At the end of the Soviet period there were about 50 airports and airstrips in Kyrgyzstan, many of them built primarily to serve military purposes in this border region so close to China.
At and speech
At his first speech, when he saw a supporter in the crowd being attacked, Lincoln grabbed the assailant by his " neck and the seat of his trousers " and threw him.
At his and Lincoln's inaugural ceremony on March 4, 1865, Johnson, who had been drinking with John W. Forney that morning, as well as the night before, gave a rambling speech and appeared intoxicated to many.
At the 2012 Democratic National Convention, Clinton gave a widely praised speech nominating Barack Obama.
At the 20th Party Congress Khrushchev, in his speech " On the Personality Cult and its Consequences ", stated that Stalin, the Stalinist cult of personality and Stalinist repression had deformed true Leninist legality.
At this time Eisenhower gave his Chance for Peace speech in which he attempted, unsuccessfully, to forestall the nuclear arms race with the Soviet Union by suggesting multiple opportunities presented by peaceful uses of nuclear materials.
At the funeral Marcela appears, delivering a long speech vindicating herself from the bitter verses written about her by Grisóstomo, claiming her own autonomy and freedom from expectations put on her by Pastoral clichés.
At a parade in 1850, in which over 2, 000 female soldiers participated, one of them began a speech by saying, " As the blacksmith takes an iron bar and by fire changes its fashion, so we have changed our nature.
" At this speech he also said: " Though Mr. Lincoln shared the prejudices of his white fellow-countrymen against the Negro, it is hardly necessary to say that in his heart of hearts he loathed and hated slavery ...."
At the climax, Adolf Hitler is ready to deliver a critically important speech, but begins chanting the marching song.
During this period, Gandhi claimed to be a " highly orthodox Hindu " and in January 1921 during a speech at a temple in Vadtal, he spoke of the relevance of non-cooperation to Hindu Dharma, " At this holy place, I declare, if you want to protect your ' Hindu Dharma ', non-cooperation is first as well as the last lesson you must learn up.
At an event called Declaration of New Age of Anime ( アニメ新世紀宣言 ) in Shinjuku, director Tomino delivered a speech questioning the idea that anime was bad and poorly made to the gathered 15, 000 youngsters.
At his college graduation, he gave a speech, considered very advanced for its time, on the " Nebular Hypothesis.
At the turn of the 20th century, there was a revival of rhetorical study manifested in the establishment of departments of rhetoric and speech at academic institutions, as well as the formation of national and international professional organizations.
At a lull in Gladstone's speech, Palmerston would smile, rap the table with his knuckles, and interject pointedly, " Now, my Lords and gentlemen, let us go to business ".
At a speech at Blackheath on 28 October 1871, Gladstone warned his constituents against social reformers:
At the same time, the divine name was increasingly regarded as too sacred to be uttered, and was replaced in spoken ritual by the word Adonai (“ My Lord ”), or with haShem (“ the Name ”) in everyday speech, see Names of God in Judaism for details.
At a meeting of the 1922 committee on 22 November, Rab Butler made a speech appealing for party unity in the aftermath of the Suez Crisis.
At the Convention, Bush's primary campaign opponent Pat Buchanan gave his famous " culture war " speech, criticizing Clinton and Gore's social progressiveness, and voicing skepticism on his " New Democrat " brand.
At the convention itself, Sen. Abraham A. Ribicoff ( D-Conn .), went off-script during his speech nominating George McGovern, saying, " And with George McGovern as President of the United States, we wouldn ’ t have to have Gestapo tactics in the streets of Chicago.
At the Banker's Dinner in June, the Chancellor of the Exchequer delivers a speech known as the Mansion House Speech, which takes its name from the Lord Mayor's residence.
At the Easter Banquet, which is also hosted at Mansion House, a speech is delivered by the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.
At the banquet, President de Gaulle gave a speech placing Patton's achievements alongside those of Napoleon.
At the State Opening of Parliament in November, the King's speech from the throne was read for him by the Lord Chancellor, Lord Simonds.