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At and end
At the pool's far end was the little cabana Joyce had mentioned, and on the water's surface floated scattered lavender patches of limp-looking lather.
At either end and in the center there are bays which contain nine greater alcoves as frescoed and capacious as church apses.
At the beginning of the play she has partial illumination and at the end she has complete illumination, but there has been no question but that she moves toward the dark.
At four-o'clock, or four-thirty, the coming of the newsboy marked the end of the day ; ;
At the end of this period two pious Christians in Rome receive the revelation which leads them to seek the next Pope on the rock.
At the end of World War 2,, free Europe was ready for a new beginning.
At the very end, when the audience was silent and breathless, a collection was taken and then slowly everyone filed out.
At the end of the monologue the audience would applaud.
At the end of a shaft of light, the pews appeared to be broad stairs in a long dungeon.
At the end of the room there was a desk heaped with papers, and she began to riffle these, making sighs and and noises of girlish exasperation.
At the other end of the spectrum, where the more advanced countries can be relied upon to make well thought through decisions as to project priorities within a consistent program, we should be prepared to depart substantially from detailed project approval as the basis for granting assistance and to move toward long-term support, in cooperation with other developed countries, of the essential foreign exchange requirements of the country's development program.
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 end of the run, the strips in the third and sixth positions in each chamber were dried, stained for 1 hr, washed and dried, while the other strips were maintained in a horizontal position at 1-degree-C.
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 end of this pass, the table indicates which index words and electronic switches are not available for assignment to symbolic references.
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 the end of the calculated time he'd nose the Waco down through the cloud bank and hope to break through where some feature of the winter landscape would be recognizable.
At the end of the performance, Dave and Max came out into the brilliantly lit foyer among a surge of gowned and tuxedoed first nighters.
At the end of the half-hour, racking his brains, thinking over and over again of Kitti, her friends, her past, he left the bedroom.
At the end of the program, indeed, there was a demonstration that lasted for forty-five minutes, and nothing could stop it.
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 end of the Devonian period (), the seas, rivers and lakes were teeming with life but the land was the realm of early plants and devoid of vertebrates though some, such as Ichthyostega, may have sometimes hauled themselves out of the water.
At the American publisher's insistence, Burgess allowed their editors to cut the redeeming final chapter from the U. S. version, so that the tale would end on a darker note, with Alex succumbing to his violent, reckless nature — an ending which the publisher insisted would be ' more realistic ' and appealing to a U. S. audience.
At the end of World War II the US Army occupied Obersalzberg, to prevent Hitler from retreating with the Wehrmacht into the mountains.

At and corridor
At the rear of the auditorium, upstairs, some men tried to push open the door to the box corridor.
At present, a cross-county connector road, linking Maryland Route 5 south of Waldorf to Indian Head Highway in Bryans Road, is undergoing review and construction to address traffic congestion along the Indian Head Highway ( Maryland Route 210 ) corridor.
At the turn of the 20th to 21st century, development pressures along U. S. Route 278 corridor became a central concern for city leaders.
At the Matsu no Ōrōka, the main grand corridor that interconnects different parts of the shogun's residence, he lost his temper and attacked Kira with a dagger, but only wounded him in the face with his first strike ; his second missed and hit a pillar.
At that time, there were three classes of trains on the Northeast Corridor ( and its extension south to Newport News, Virginia )— the hourly Philadelphia-New York Clockers, the express Metroliners, and the umbrella term NortheastDirect, applied to all other local trains on the corridor ( in addition to unique names assigned to each departure ).
At the Second Battle of El Alamein, the 9th Division was given responsibility for clearing a corridor through the German and Italian forces in the North and threatening to cut off those between the coastal road and the sea.
At the time of the Norman invasion the Hundred covered a large area corresponding, today, roughly to a north – south corridor along the M5 motorway from Junction 25 near Taunton, to north of Junction 23 at Stretcholt, and east – west from Athelney to Goathurst.
At the end of the corridor is a door with a pair of skeletal hands trying to open the door with an eerie green glow from inside.
At the time of the opening of the Daegu – Busan section of the high-speed line on November 1, 2010, capacity available for freight trains on the conventional line was expected to increase by a factor of 7. 7, while the capacity for passenger transport in the entire corridor increased by a factor of 3. 4.
At Fresnes prison, for the first time, cell houses extended crosswise from a central corridor.
At the beginning of the war, the major British stronghold in the Mohawk corridor was Fort Oswego, located on Lake Ontario.
At the start of 1943, in very heavy fighting, the Soviet Army had established a tenuous 5-mile wide corridor between the besieged Leningrad and the main front.
At the north edge of the campus is the Voorhis Ecological Reserve, which serves as a wildlife corridor containing Coastal Sage Scrub and Coast Live Oak trees among others.
At the end of the 1930s, a long corridor was built to connect the Montparnasse and Bienvenüe stations.
At the same time, the eastern segment of M-34 from Adrian to the border was assumed into the US 127 corridor, therefore, scaling the terminus back to US 127 ( now US 223 ).
At the Holyrood-house they provide corridor guard of honour.
At Pennsylvania Station, it enters the high-tech corridor of downtown Newark and is lined with office modern office skyscrapers such as the Gateway Center, Newark Legal Center, One Newark Center, and 80 Park Plaza.
At the end of Powell Street two blocks south, where the cable cars turn around beside Hallidie Plaza at Market Street, is a growing retail corridor that is connected to the SOMA district.
At the Massachusetts state line in the Douglas State Forest, Douglas, Massachusetts the Air Line Trail joins what is now the Southern New England Trunkline Trail, part of an abandoned railroad corridor running for approximately 22 miles ( 35 km ) with an eastern terminus at Union Street in downtown Franklin, Massachusetts.
At the moment NGMA houses approximately 500 exhibits that are spread across a corridor, tiny rooms and large spacious halls that span two floors.
At its largest extent, the Kings of Síol Anmchadha ruled all the land on the west shore of Lough Derg ( Shannon ) as far south as Thomond ; the land between the Shannon and Suck rivers ; and a corridor of land, known as Lusmagh, across the Shannon in Munster, in the direction of Birr.
At platform level, the access to the elevator is behind a narrow door and a short corridor.
At the time, the area was known as Peabody Heights ; the moniker Charles Village, derived from Charles Street, the area's major north-south corridor, was coined in the 1970s as the beginning of a process of conceptually grouping a large and somewhat heterogeneous area.
At the end of the corridor we had to go up a set of stairs.

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