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Both Catalina and Sunderland aircraft were flown during the course of World War II in search of Japanese and German submarines and surface raiders.
Both of these remarks, of course, are made only for the present, on the assumption that both these outstanding and devoted Party workers fail to find an occasion to enhance their knowledge and amend their one-sidedness.
Both men and women competed, with medals awarded after two runs down the course.
Both sides agreed, of course, that Christ was both human and divine, but the Alexandrians emphasized divinity ( including the fact that the divine nature was itself " impassible " or immune to suffering ) while the Antiochines emphasized humanity ( including the limited knowledge and " growth in wisdom " of the Christ of the Gospels ).
Both highways follow the course of Schenevus Creek across the town.
Both the main course of the river and the North Fork Smoky Hill River rise in northern Cheyenne County, Colorado.
Both time and obedience play a part, as competitors are penalized if a sheep strays from the prescribed course.
Both may influence the course of the world, and determine its fate.
Both sides had to deal with resource supply and personnel issues over the course of the siege, and engaged in naval operations in the contest for resources.
Both in modern practice, and evident in recorded music over the course of the last century, several differently-tuned " E " s in between the E-flat and E-natural of the Western Chromatic scale are used, that vary according to the types of maqams and ajnas used, and the region in which they are used.
Both the Novo Ecijanos and Americans were willing to resort to brutal tactics, torture and even atrocious killings in the course of the war.
Both, of course, wrote within the Germanic tradition of alliterative verse.
Both conditions can, of course, co-occur.
Both of these things changed over the course of the 1930s.
Both Paveway I and Paveway II use a simple ' bang-bang ' control system, where the CAS commands large canard deflections to make course corrections, resulting in a noticeable wobble.
Both the current National Express West Midlands routes 82 and 87 are former tram routes and the 87 in fact uses the same number, the former 29 route is now the 82 of course.
Both the course itself and the certification are referred to as a " diploma " in Australian English.
Both the Old and New Fortresses successfully resisted the attacks of the Turkish army during the course of the Turkish wars.
Both words, kirk and church, derive from the Koine Greek κυριακόν ( δωμα ) ( kyriakon ( dōma )) meaning Lord's ( house ), which was borrowed into the Germanic languages in late antiquity, possibly in the course of the Gothic missions.
Both routes follow a northeasterly routing through northeastern Tennessee, with US 11W taking a more northerly course than its eastern alternate.
Both parts were largely settled by Germans in the course of the Ostsiedlung.
Both the speed and location are of course due to the new fortress built upon the ruins of the old one.
Both Shepherd and Willis sang musical numbers over the course of the show.
Both stock and modified outboard classes run on a circular or triangular race course using a 3-minute " milling warm-up " period before a " flying " clock start.

Both and were
Both buildings were in flames.
Both these youths, who greatly admired Henrietta, were somewhat younger than she, as were also the neighboring Friedenwald boys, who were then studying medicine ; ;
Both sides agreed that the theater must stand a moral test, but they could not agree on whether the poets were a good or a bad influence.
Both abolition of war and new techniques of production, particularly robot factories, greatly increase the world's wealth, a situation described in the following passage, which has the true utopian ring: `` Everything was so cheap that the necessities of life were free, provided as a public service by the community, as roads, water, street lighting and drainage had once been.
Both magazines were `` rigid with reactionary what-will-T. S. Eliot-or-Martin Buber-think??
Both were dressed rather formally.
Both home and auto radios were in excellent demand, with retail sales of home sets ahead of 1959 in every month of the first eleven ; ;
Both sexes reported that the discussions on sex adjustment within marriage were extremely enlightening.
Both parties and the Ministry of the Interior were busily at work after the elections trying to unearth the political affiliations of the successful candidates and, thereby, give the elections a confidential but known degree of national political significance.
Both Cook's and Russell's lives were threatened by the Mexicans following the killing, but the company officers felt that in the end, it would serve to quiet them despite their immediate emotion.
Both of them were overcome by the horror of the world in which they found themselves, because at last they could no longer overcome that world with the weapon of a purely lyrical art.
Both of them were my friends.
Both lived in Georgetown, were unattached, and shared an active social life.
Both he and Bridget were exonerated by Lizzie herself ''.
Both were under the meet mark of 1.10.8 set in 1950 by Mal Whitfield.
Both cars were slightly damaged.
Both of those have had dynamic run-ups in price on the market in recent months, both were selling at higher price-earnings and yield bases than Morton was coming to market at, and everyone who knew anything about it expected the Morton stock to have a fast run-up.
Both elements -- the caution about a meeting, the willingness eventually to hold one -- were reflected in a letter from the President which Ambassador Llewellyn E. Thompson brought back to Russia late in February.
Both were scholastic stars in football, basketball, and baseball ( Mantle in Commerce, Okla., Maris in Fargo, N.D. ) ; ;
Both church and graveyard were smaller than she remembered them ( how many things had lessened while she was gone away ) but the headstones had grown so thick in thirty years that to find one named `` Dorothy Tredding '' seemed suddenly impossible.
Both of these replacements were political moderates and prospectively more supportive of the Commander-in-Chief.
Both were appointed to the United States Military Academy, Davis two years behind Johnston.

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