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At this point, Sousa Mendes rushed to the consulate at Bayonne, near the Spanish border where his visas were being honored for the crowds rushing out of the country.
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At that point we reach the `` closed '' historical situation: the situation in which man is no longer free to return to a status quo ante.
At that point men become aware of the mystery of history called variously `` fate '', or `` destiny '', or `` providence '', and feel themselves caught helplessly in the writhing of a disrupted society.
At this point Mrs. Frances Cupply, one of Wright's handsome daughters by his first wife, came from the house and tried to calm Miriam as she tore down a no visitors sign and smashed the glass pane on another sign with a rock.
At this point a working definition of idea is in order, although our first definition will have to be qualified somewhat as we proceed.
At this point, of course, the issue has become complicated by a development unforeseen by Lappenberg and Kemble.
At this point it should be painfully obvious that cities, being `` soft '', and the people within them are ideally suited to destruction by nuclear weapons.
At this point the drains are readjusted so that the suds box drain will discharge directly into the waste line and the main tub drain is set at the 2-1/2 mark on the drain gauge.
At the point where they ended, another settlement grew up around a chapel built at the boat landing by Father Lucian Galtier in 1840.
At one point in the game when the skinny old man in suspenders who was acting as umpire got in the way of a thrown ball and took it painfully in the kidneys, he lay there unattended while players and spectators wrangled over whether the ball was `` dead '' or the base runners were free to score.
At this point Charles C. Hanch, long an advocate of patent peace in the industry, became chairman of the patents committee of the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce, successor to the Automobile Board of Trade.
At this point you cross the wide Corso Vittorio Emanuele 2,, walk along the Corso Del Rinascimento a couple of hundred yards, then turn left on the Via Dei Canestrani to enter the splendid Piazza Navona, one of the truly glorious sights in Rome.
At one point late in the day, when Palmer was lining up a 25-foot putt on the 16th, a thunderous cheer from the direction of the 18th green unmistakably announced that Player had birdied the final hole.
At one point, Abby May threatened that she and their daughters would move elsewhere, leaving Bronson behind.
At some point, he was alleged to have accompanied Swein on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, but proof is lacking.
At that point the deposed emperor was ransomed by Michael I of Epirus, who sent him to Asia Minor, where Alexios ' son-in-law Theodore I Laskaris of the Empire of Nicaea was holding his own against the Latins.
In the list of popes given in the Holy See's annual directory, Annuario Pontificio, the following note is attached to the name of Pope Leo VIII ( 963 – 965 ): At this point, as again in the mid-eleventh century, we come across elections in which problems of harmonising historical criteria and those of theology and canon law make it impossible to decide clearly which side possessed the legitimacy whose factual existence guarantees the unbroken lawful succession of the successors of Saint Peter.
At one point, his Spanish pursuers urinated at the bottom of a tree he was hiding in, but did not discover him.
At no great distance east of this rift-valley is Mount Kilimanjaro-with its two peaks Kibo and Mawenzi, the latter being, and the culminating point of the whole continent — and Mount Kenya, which is.
At this point during the pre-mission preparations, the Saturn V rocket's three stages were powered up and drinking water was pumped into the spacecraft.
At this point, during tests of the CSM's steerable rocket engine in preparation for the burn to modify the craft's orbit, a malfunction occurred in the engine's backup system.
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 and Sousa
" At 3 p. m., the composer-conductor John Philip Sousa led the Seventh (" Silk-Stocking ") Regiment Band in playing The Star-Spangled Banner.
At Sporting, Queiroz inherited a star-studded team boasting talents such as Luís Figo, Krasimir Balakov, Stan Valckx, Capucho, Paulo Sousa, Pacheco, Jorge Cadete and many others, considered by many to be one of the best squads of Sporting in recent years.
At the beginning of the 19th century came another rebellion in the Tequila area, this time led by a man only known as “ The Gold Mask .” This rebellion was suppressed by the governor of Nueva Galicia, José Fernando de Abascal y Sousa, for which he was subsequently promoted to viceroy of Peru.
At and Mendes
At the temple of Mendes, figures of Osiris were made from wheat and paste placed in a trough on the day of the murder, then water was added for several days, until finally the mixture was kneaded into a mold of Osiris and taken to the temple to be buried ( the sacred grain for these cakes were grown only in the temple fields ).
At and rushed
At any rate Tacitus was situated at Campania when he heard the news of his election, and quickly rushed to Rome.
At the urging of General Creighton Abrams, the U. S. Commander of Military Forces in Vietnam at the time, the M551 was rushed into combat service in Vietnam in January 1969.
At this, Gallienus rushed to the front lines, ready to give orders, when he was struck down by a commander of his cavalry.
At this point he gave out a cry of such fear and intensity that it was heard in the depths of Angband, and the Balrogs rushed to the aid of their master, scourging Ungoliant with their whips of flame.
At the same time, Brutus's soldiers, provoked by the triumvir ’ s army, rushed against Octavian ’ s army, without waiting for the order of attack ( given with the watchword " Liberty ").
At Joseph Stalin's insistence, the film was rushed into theaters and the resulting sound recording was notably disappointing, while the visual images were quite impressive, especially the spectacular battle on the ice.
At dawn, Brig-Gen Étienne MacDonald's brigade of Souham's division rushed and recaptured Tourcoing from Otto.
At one time he thought of writing a life of his friend Dr Samuel Johnson, but retired before the crowd of biographers who rushed into that field.
At 9: 00 a. m., outgoing AA international president William Weihe rushed to the sheriff's office and asked McCleary to convey a request to Frick to meet.
At the time of his death, Yuan was supreme commander of all Ming forces in the northeast, and had just rushed from the borders to defend the capital against a surprise Manchurian invasion.
At night, alone with me in the dormitory, he rushed to my bed, knelt at my side, and threw his arms around me and kissed me, and cried, and kissed me.
At noon, the old Civil War cannon in the town square was fired, and everybody in town rushed out to the park and dove into our new swimming pool.
At the battle of Almansa the Camisards found themselves opposed to a French regiment, and without firing the two bodies rushed one upon the other.
At his first knowledge of the attack, he rushed to the bridge of, his flagship, and " courageously discharged his duties as Senior Officer Present Afloat until the Arizona blew up from a magazine explosion and a direct bomb hit on the bridge which resulted in the loss of his life.
At the 2005 Anime Next convention, ADV representative David L. Williams said the slow schedule was due to ADV Manga feeling that they had rushed into the manga market in a period when it was too saturated with new manga titles.
At this point, the WWE medical staff rushed to the injured men and declared neither man could continue and ordered the match stopped, resulting in a No Contest in which Mysterio kept his title.
At 3. 25 a. m., when the bombardment lifted to the second-line reserve trenches, the infantry rushed in.