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But when tiny, 145-pound Albert Gregory Pearson of the Los Angeles Angels, who once caught three straight fly balls in center field because, as a teammate explained, `` the other team thought no one was out there '', hits seven home runs in four months ( three more than his total in 1958, 1959, and 1960 ), his achievement borders on the ridiculous.
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The woman ( she must have been a tiny baby when Hetty and Delia had stood arm in arm, watching great age grow small ) answered the nod with her own.
In large part, this is because the tiny flowers forming the umbels, are perfectly suited for ladybugs, parasitic wasps, and predatory flies, which actually drink nectar when not reproducing.
This makes water the element with the greatest number of sides, which Plato regarded as appropriate because water flows out of one's hand when picked up, as if it is made of tiny little balls.
The Montespertoli sub-zone was part of the Colli Fiorentini sub-zone until 2002 when it became its own tiny enclave.
The same species, when growing in a half-shady damp location can develop into a flowering bush half as tall as a person, but when growing in a very dry location will only grow into a thin little plant just higher than the ankles, with tiny flowers and a few miniature leaves.
Advection frost ( also called wind frost ) refers to tiny ice spikes forming when there is a very cold wind blowing over branches of trees, poles and other surfaces.
Albanian-Chinese relations had stagnated by 1970, and when the Asian giant began to reemerge from isolation in the early 1970s, Mao and the other Communist Chinese leaders reassessed their commitment to tiny Albania.
In reality, government loans to commercial banks make up a tiny proportion of the overall funding of commercial banks, and as a consequence, it can be ineffective at times when the degree of economic contraction is significant.
The daughters find that the house is inhabited by tiny animated dust creatures called susuwatari — small, dark, dust-like house spirits seen when moving from light to dark places.
Methadone pills often contain talc that, when injected, produces a swarm of tiny solid particles in the blood, causing numerous minor blood clots.
While the tiny gap between cylinder and barrel on most revolvers is insignificant to the internal ballistics, the seal is especially effective when used with a suppressor, and a number of suppressed Nagant revolvers have been used since its invention.
Like Andorra, Liechtenstein and Monaco, it appears an anachronism, a reminder of the times when Europe — particularly Germany, Italy and the Pyrenees — was made up of tiny political units, sometimes extending no further than a cannon could fire from a city ’ s walls.
One view is that tiny sparks are created in a switch when the circuit is closed, and this would constitute " lighting a fire " ( category 37 ).
Some Jains do not consume plant parts that grow underground such as roots and bulbs, because tiny animals may be killed when the plants are pulled up.
Although the specific impulse of an electric thruster itself optionally could range up to where mass drivers merge into particle accelerators with fractional-lightspeed exhaust velocity for tiny particles, trying to use extreme exhaust velocity to accelerate a far slower spacecraft could be suboptimally low thrust when the energy available from a spacecraft's reactor or power source is limited ( a lesser analogue of feeding onboard power to a row of spotlights, photons being an example of an extremely low momentum to energy ratio ).
The tiny glass fragments derived from broken pumice are called shards ; the glass shards readily deform and flow when the deposits are sufficiently hot, as shown in the accompanying image of welded tuff.
The white blood cells in the capillaries in front of the photoreceptors can be perceived as tiny bright moving dots when looking into blue light.
Wings or wing pads are not visible on the outside of the larva, but when larvae are dissected, tiny developing wing disks can be found on the second and third thoracic segments, in place of the spiracles that are apparent on abdominal segments.
Some sixty years later the town ( at that time a tiny village ) became subordinate to the Hohenzollern state, and when this state was divided, Bayreuth ended up in the county of Kulmbach.
Heath began negotiations with Jeremy Thorpe, leader of the Liberal Party but, when these failed, he resigned as Prime Minister on 4 March 1974, and was replaced by Wilson's minority Labour government, eventually confirmed, though with a tiny majority, in a second election in October of the same year.
* Neovascularization – The term used when new, tiny blood vessels grow in a new place, for example, out from the retina.
At the time, Thomas J. Watson, Jr. asked ( words to the effect of ) How is it that this tiny company of 34 people — including the janitor — can be beating us when we have thousands of people ?, to which Cray reportedly quipped You just answered your own question.
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In his book Civilization And Ethics Albert Schweitzer faces the moral problems which arise when moral law is recognized in business life, for example.
The defeat and death of Adolf of Nassau at the hands of Albert of Habsburg also worked to the disadvantage of the English, for all the efforts to revive the anti-French coalition came to nothing when Philip made an alliance with the new king of the Romans.
Albert was a loyal vassal of his relation, Lothar I, Duke of Saxony, from whom, about 1123, he received the Margraviate of Lusatia, to the east ; after Lothar became King of the Germans, he accompanied him on a disastrous expedition to Bohemia in 1126, when he suffered a short imprisonment.
Three years he was occupied in campaigns against the Slavic Wends, who as pagans were considered fair game, and whose subjugation to Christianity was the aim of the Wendish Crusade of 1147 in which Albert took part ; diplomatic measures were more successful, and by an arrangement made with the last of the Wendish princes of Brandenburg, Pribislav of the Hevelli, Albert secured this district when the prince died in 1150.
In 1488 he was appointed Governor of the Netherlands ( until 1493 ) and marched with the imperial forces to free the Roman king Maximilian from his imprisonment at Bruges, and when, in 1489, the King returned to Germany, Albert was left as his representative to prosecute the war against the rebels.
Balmoral has been one of the residences of the British Royal Family since 1852, when it was purchased by Queen Victoria and her consort, Prince Albert.
Probably the most infamous moment in the White Sox rivalry was in 1994 when the White Sox confiscated Albert Belle's corked bat, and the ensuing attempt by Indians pitcher Jason Grimsley to crawl through the Comiskey Park ( now U. S. Cellular Field ) clubhouse ceiling to retrieve it.
The first Prime Minister Sir Albert Henry led the county until 1978 when he was accused of vote-rigging.
One episode in Series 5 of Steptoe and Son was entitled " Any Old Iron ", for the same reason, when Albert thinks that Harold is ' on the turn '.
) His Pooh work is so famous that 300 of his preliminary sketches were exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1969, when he was 90 years old.
He took over the administration of the Duchy of Prussia in 1577, when the then-reigning Duke Albert Frederick became ill.
In 1888 he headed the commission that established the Official Table of Drops, listing how far a person of a particular weight should be dropped when hanged for a capital offence ( the only method of ' judicial execution ' in the United Kingdom at that time ), to ensure an instant and painless death, by cleanly breaking the neck between the 2nd and 3rd vertebrae, an ' exacting science ', eventually brought to perfection by Chief Executioner Albert Pierrepoint.
Infocom was founded on June 22, 1979 by MIT staff and students led by Dave Lebling, Marc Blank, Albert Vezza, and Joel Berez and lasted as an independent company until 1986 when it was bought by Activision.
Apologists of Freemasonry contend that, when Albert Pike and other Masonic scholars spoke about the " Luciferian path ," or the " energies of Lucifer ," they were referring to the Morning Star, the light bearer, the search for light ; the very antithesis of dark, satanic evil.
Aether theory was dealt another blow when the Galilean transformation and Newtonian dynamics were both modified by Albert Einstein's special theory of relativity, giving the mathematics of Lorentzian electrodynamics a new, " non-aether " context.
The word " mimeograph " was first used by Albert Blake Dick when he licensed Edison's patents in 1887.
Africa's first national park was established in 1925 when Albert I of Belgium designated an area of what is now Democratic Republic of Congo centred around the Virunga Mountains as the Albert National Park ( since renamed Virunga National Park ).
The situation was conceived when Father Ted writers Graham Linehan and Arthur Mathews sat behind Wilson at a performance of Le Cirque du Soleil at the Royal Albert Hall.
Sir Albert had the opportunity to perpetuate himself in power, but he elected not to do so even when the opportunities presented themselves.
The peninsula became part of the Duchy of Prussia when Albert of Brandenburg-Ansbach, the 37th Grand Master, secularized the Monastic State of the Teutonic Knights in 1525.
The Swans share a long and storied rivalry with St Kilda which dates back to the days when South Melbourne played at the Lake Oval on the other side of Melbourne's Albert Park Lake, not far from St Kilda's old home ground, Junction Oval.