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At the instant of any observation of an object, the apparent position of the object is displaced from its true position by an amount which depends solely upon the transverse component of the velocity of the observer, with respect to the vector of the incoming beam of light ( i. e., the line actually taken by the light on its path to the observer ).
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At the same instant, Elaine screamed wildly, the sound ending abruptly as Nick went off the boat and into the water on top of the frantic, struggling Poet.
At the same instant, he grabbed the loose, writhing hose with his other hand and bit down on the hard rubber mouthpiece.
At any instant in time, a file might have a size, normally expressed as number of bytes, that indicates how much storage is associated with the file.
At that instant, Harold's mother enters and, seeing what she presumes is a dead girl, declares indignantly, " Harold!
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.
Law 41. 5 states " At the instant of the bowler's delivery there shall not be more than two fielders, other than the wicket-keeper, behind the popping crease on the on side ," commonly referred to as being " behind square leg ".
At the time his books were criticized by Vietnam War supporters for allegedly propagating permissiveness and an expectation of instant gratifications that led young people to join these movements, a charge Spock denied.
At the time, the selection criteria placed a heavy emphasis on the physical condition of cosmonauts and any imperfection led to instant disqualification.
At any one instant, half the collisions are, to a varying extent, inelastic collisions ( the pair possesses less kinetic energy in their translational motions after the collision than before ), and half could be described as “ super-elastic ” ( possessing more kinetic energy after the collision than before ).
At any one instant, half the collisions are – to a varying extent – inelastic ( the pair possesses less kinetic energy after the collision than before ), and half could be described as “ super-elastic ” ( possessing more kinetic energy after the collision than before ).
At this instant the air / fuel mixture is compressed at the top of the compression stroke with the volume essentially held constant, also known as ignition phase.
* In North Towards Home, Willie Morris quotes Sir Thomas Browne's Urn Burial from memory as he walks up Park Avenue with William Styron: "' And since death must be the Lucina of life, and even Pagans could doubt, whether thus to live were to die ; since our longest sun sets at right descensions, and makes but winter arches, and therefore it cannot be long before we lie down in darkness and have our light in ashes …' At that instant I was almost clipped by a taxicab, and the driver stuck his head out and yelled, ' Aincha got eyes in that head, ya bum?
At the instant the capacitor falls to a sufficiently low value, the switch deactivates to let the capacitor charge again.
At any instant, it could access only four virtual memory segments ( System Data, System Code, User Data, User Code ), each limited to 128 kB in size.
At any given instant, BitTorrent has, on average, more active users than YouTube and Facebook combined ( this refers to the number of active users at any instant and not to the total number of unique users ).
At and any
At any rate, three men out of a six-man B-52 crew are required to copy down Wisman's go-to-war message.
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 the same time the multiple transvestitism involved -- the fat man as girl and as baby, as coquette pretending to be a baby -- touches for a moment horrifyingly upon the secret sources of a life like Jacoby's, upon the sinister dreams which form the sources of any human life.
At first glance, this hero seems to be more rather than less of an individualist than any of his predecessors.
At the same time, it was unlikely that any businessmen would spend a day in a Christian mission out of mere curiosity.
At that time, he afforded me the courtesy of his busy workday for such length as I may need, to speak about my background, my hopes, my views on various national and local topics, and any problems that I may have been vexed with at the time.
At that time consideration will be given to whether in the light of the United States supplies of rice available for Title 1, disposal, India's production, consumption and stocks of food grains, other imports from the United States and countries friendly to the United States, India's storage capacity, and other related factors, any increase would be possible in the portion of the total rice programmed which is currently planned for procurement during the first year.
At any rate, the teacher who recognizes common causes of retardation and maladjustment can frequently do a great deal to eliminate the causes of pupil discouragement, failure, and maladjustment.
At any rate, Manchester did not lag far behind the first commercial system which was set up in 1844 between Baltimore and Washington.
At any rate, the substance of Eichmann's testimony was that all his actions flowed from his membership in the party and the SS, and though the Prosecutor did his utmost to prove actual personal hatred of Jews, his success on this score was doubtful and the anti-Semitic lesson weakened to that extent.
I know Negroes who prefer the South and white Southerners, because `` At least there, you haven't got to play any guessing games ''!!
" At his death, Doubleday left many letters and papers, none of which describe baseball, or give any suggestion that he considered himself a prominent person in the evolution of the game.
At first it was employed as a respectful title for any monk, but it was soon restricted by canon law to certain priestly superiors.
At times, Alcott offered his own hand for an offending student to strike, saying that any failing was the teacher's responsibility.
At temperatures near 0 K, nearly all molecular motion ceases and, when entropy = S, ΔS = 0 for any adiabatic process.
At Athens some citizens were far more active than others, but the vast numbers required just for the system to work testify to a breadth of participation among those eligible that greatly surpassed any present day democracy.
At that point, scientists began to reconsider their pre-mission hypothesis that Descartes had been the setting of ancient volcanic activity, as the two astronauts had yet to find any volcanic material.
At above the valley floor, the pair were at the highest elevation above the Lunar Module of any other Apollo mission.
At any rate affairs in that region, including the future of the church of Ephesus ( 20: 28 – 30 ), are treated as though they would specially interest " Theophilus " and his circle ; also an early tradition has Luke die in the adjacent Bithynia.
At that meeting, Athanasius was accused of threatening to interfere with the supply of grains from Egypt, and, without any kind of formal trial, was exiled by Constantine to Trier in the Rhineland.