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At this early stage in his career, he tried to avoid being typecast as policemen and soldiers on television, but his role in The Widowmaker lead to him being offered and taking many obsessive character roles ; he played police officers in Black and Blue, Framed, Between the Lines and Out of the Blue, and soldier Andy McNab in The One That Got Away ( Paul Greengrass, 1996 ).
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At the old nest, the queen will in the early fall cease to lay the fertilized eggs that will produce females.
At the rate of need indicated in the early weeks of the month, this could mean a shortage of as high as $17,000.
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 peak of its efficiency in the early 16th century, the Venetian Arsenal employed some 16, 000 people who apparently were able to produce nearly one ship each day, and could fit out, arm, and provision a newly-built galley with standardized parts on an assembly-line basis not seen again until the Industrial Revolution.
At the Anabaptist Council of Venice 1550, the early Italian instigators of the Radical Reformation committed to the views of Miguel Servet ( d. 1553 ), and these were promulgated by Giorgio Biandrata and others into Poland and Transylvania.
At Emerson's request, Alcott helped arrange Thoreau's funeral, which was held at First Parish Sanctuary in Concord, despite Thoreau having disavowed membership in the church when he was in his early twenties.
At the end of this year and early in 895 ( or 896 ), the Danes drew their ships up the River Thames and River Lea and fortified themselves twenty miles ( 32 km ) north of London.
At an early period he was engaged in buccaneer expeditions to the South Seas and in 1703 joined the expedition of famed privateer and explorer William Dampier.
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 time, early LAN systems were just coming to market, including Ethernet, Token Ring and ARCNET.
* At Corby, the closure of the former Stewarts & Lloyds site in the early 1980s saw the loss of 11, 000 jobs, leading to an initial unemployment rate of over 30 %.
At an early age, Catherine was considered a suitable wife for Arthur, Prince of Wales, the eldest son of Henry VII of England and heir to the throne, due to the English ancestry she inherited from her mother Queen Isabella I of Castile.
At the series outset, the producers felt that his character would be too over-the-top for viewers and planned to drop him after his debut, but early test screenings showed that he was popular with the audience.
At a very early period prior to 3000 BC, Nippur had become the centre of a political district of considerable extent.
At some time between late 1792 and early 1793, a serious illness ( the exact nature of which is not known ), left Goya deaf, and he became withdrawn and introspective.
At least one early Christian writer, Basil of Caesarea ( 329 – 379 ), believed the matter to be theologically irrelevant.
At an early age, he came to the attention of the papal nephew, Cardinal Scipione Borghese, and in 1621, at the age of only twenty three, he was knighted by Pope Gregory XV.
At this battle the Mongols not only used gunpowder in early Chinese firearms but in the earliest grenades as well.
At least in the early classical period, cavalry was usually used to protect the flanks, when present at all, and cover a possible retreat.
At times during the last interglacial period ( 130, 000 – 70, 000 BC ) Europe had a climate warmer than today's, and early humans may have made their way to Scotland, though archaeologists have found no traces of this.
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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 dinner the courses were carried in by tall cuirassiers in red capes and black fur caps topped with tufts of feathers, marching in pairs like guards from a stage tragedy.
At a third stage in the modernization process are such countries as India, Brazil, the Philippines, and Taiwan, which are ready and committed to move into the stage of self-sustaining growth.
At the earlier `` pre-academic excellence '' stage of Catholic education, the operation could be conducted on an intra-mural community basis.
At this stage, it wasn't clear what atoms were although they could be described and classified by their properties ( in bulk ) in a periodic table.
At this stage we assume that the medium is at rest which implies that the mean velocity is zero, i. e..
* 1813 – At the final stage of the Peninsular War, British-Portuguese troops capture the town of Donostia ( now San Sebastián ), resulting in a rampage and eventual destruction of the town.
# At the third stage there are physical and social consequences, i. e., hangovers, family problems, work problems, etc.
At the same time, USAF canceled the projects for their land-based high-speed interceptor aircraft, which left the capable AIM-47 Falcon missile at a quite advanced stage of development.
At the time of his birth, Chaplin's parents were both entertainers in the music hall tradition: Hannah, the daughter of a shoemaker, had a brief and unsuccessful career under the stage name Lily Harley, while Charles Sr., a butcher's son, worked as a popular singer.
At every stage of the proceedings there have been time limits laid down by the owner and ruler of armed force.
At any intermediate stage of this evolutionary process, the element in question can be described as a " clitic ".
At the core of SFA is a contact management system for tracking and recording every stage in the sales process for each prospective client, from initial contact to final disposition.