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At the time of exposure the mirror flipped up out of the light path before the shutter opened.
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At and time
At one and the same time, she was within it but still searching for the drawbridge that would give her entry.
At the same time, all suggestions that some sort of societal responsibility existed for the welfare of the people within the territorial state was strongly resisted.
At one time she felt impelled to make dances that `` moved all over the stage '', much as Pollock's paintings move violently over the full extent of the canvas.
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 the present time, the counter-attack takes the line that there's no more of the true spirit of `` integration '' in the North than in the South.
At the same time, because the personal code of the detective coincides with the legal dictates of his society, because he likes to catch criminals, he is in middle class eyes a virtuous man.
At the time of his capture Helion had on his person a sketchbook he had bought at Woolworth's in New York.
At one time it seemed as if the Soviet Union had done us a favor by providing a striking example of how not to behave towards other peoples and other nations.
At this time Miriam Noel appeared, urging on Constable Henry Pengally, whose name showed him to be a descendant of the Welsh settlers in the neighborhood.
At the same time, I am aware that my recoil could be interpreted by readers of the tea leaves at the bottom of my psyche as an incestuous sign, since theirs is a science of paradox: if one hates, they say it is because one loves ; ;
At this time Harriet wrote in a letter which after their finally landing in India was sent to her mother:
At no time does he seem to have proposed marriage, and Mrs. King was evidently torn between a concern for her daughter's emotions and the desire to believe that the friendship might be continued without harm to her reputation.
At Sounion there is a group of beautiful columns, the ruins of a temple to Poseidon, of particular interest at that time, as active reconstruction was in progress.
At the same time, a major proportion of these young men and women see religion as a means of personal adjustment, an anchor for family life, a source of emotional security.
At no time did I attempt to seek approval or commendation for the members of the Chicago board of election commissioners for the discharge of their duties.
At the same time, you have to face facts and realize that a man who's been in the Marine Corps all his life doesn't understand much about politics.
At the same time, his voice betrayed uncertainty about their being here, and conveyed an appeal to whatever is reasonable, peace-loving, and dependable in everybody.
At the same time he started walking the streets, peering at the people passing or shopping at the stalls, storing up fresh impressions of what they looked like, how they moved.
At the same time, it was unlikely that any businessmen would spend a day in a Christian mission out of mere curiosity.
At the same time another child -- this one of Shelley's brain -- was given to the world: Alastor, a poem of pervading beauty in which the reader may gaze into the still depths of a fine mind's musings.
At the time Alex arrived he was engaged in some sort of intimate communication with the hen, who had settled herself on the nest most peacefully after the occurrences of the morning.
At and exposure
At thirteen, Munch had his first exposure to other artists at the newly formed Art Association, where he admired the work of the Norwegian landscape school.
At the same time, people are prepared to expose themselves in acts of physical intimacy, but these are confined to exposure in circumstances and of persons of their choosing.
At that time, it was a rural area undergoing extreme change, and this exposure is believed to have affected Peckinpah's Western films later in life.
At the collegiate level, academic quiz bowl competitions enjoyed broad exposure in the United States media via College Bowl, which started on radio in 1953 and aired on national television from 1959 to 1970.
At the other end of the bellows, the rear standard is a frame which holds a ground glass, used for focusing and composing the image before exposure, which is replaced by a holder containing the light-sensitive film, plate, or image sensor for exposure.
At the time, alternative music was new and had not yet received wide exposure, but it was also in 1978 that New Wave and punk rock emerged as dominant forms of popular music — and so the station became known as one of the few commercial stations at the time which played alternative music.
At the time, Buddhism is well-established in China, so visited peoples may have had exposure to Chinese Buddhism.
At Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports in London, UK, and Frankfurt Airport in Germany, night flying restrictions apply to reduce noise exposure at night.
: At the opposite end of the seesaw sat the city worker, who sought relief from the hunger, exposure, and disease that followed the wake of unemployment.
At the time of the mid-1990s, Thailand, Indonesia and South Korea had large private current account deficits and the maintenance of fixed exchange rates encouraged external borrowing and led to excessive exposure to foreign exchange risk in both the financial and corporate sectors.
At large telescopes the long exposure image resolution is generally slightly higher at longer wavelengths, and the timescale ( t < sub > 0 </ sub >-see below ) for the changes in the dancing speckle patterns is substantially lower.
At least one published study by researchers specializing in psycho-sexual development has determined there is a positive association between in-utero DES exposure among DES daughters and increased potential of a girl being homosexual or bisexual.
At onsen, or hot springs, the water contains minerals, and many people do not rinse off the water from the skin, to increase exposure to the minerals.
At a multi-state workshop at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( CDC ) in Atlanta, U. S., at the end of September 1997, attendees agreed on clinical symptoms that characterize the adverse health consequences of exposure to Pfiesteria toxins.
At one point shortly after his initial introduction, it was suggested that he could actually travel through shadows ( in much the same way Psylocke did after exposure to the Crimson Dawn ) and this was shown in Bizarre Adventures, but never really touched upon after that.
At the end of the timed exposure, the imager converts the accumulated charge into a continuous analog voltage at the imager's output terminals.
At present, these bodies consider the scientific evidence related to possible health effects from long-term, low-level exposure to ELF fields insufficient to justify lowering these quantitative exposure limits.
At the scientific level of the debate, the crucial question was whether the " threshold theory " was valid or whether, as Lewis insisted, the effects of radioactivity were " linear with no threshold ", where every exposure to radiation had a long-term cumulative effect.
At this time the son ensemble Sierra Maestra, headed by Juan de Marcos, received a lot of international exposure.
At this secondary exposure, these crossreactive antibody molecules interact with aspects of innate immunity — soluble immune proteins called complement and innate immune cells called phagocytes — which inflames and destroys the transplanted tissue.
At Jek's base, the two complain about rashes and cramps in their bodies where they touched the sticky substances, Salateen ( also a prisoner ) realises they have been subjected to the first stages of spectrox toxemia from exposure to unrefined spectrox, and that while there is an anti-toxin, it requires the milk of the queen bat.
At Wesleyan, students lived with prominent families instead of congregating in dormitories, thus giving them " daily exposure to good manners and refinement ".