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By 1912, Ostwald noted that the allotropy of elements is just a special case of the phenomenon of polymorphism known for compounds, and proposed that the terms allotrope and allotropy be abandoned and replaced by polymorph and polymorphism.
By the summer of 1912 Heelis had proposed marriage and Beatrix had accepted, although she did not immediately tell her parents who once again disapproved because Heelis was only a country solicitor.
Including a translation of The Perchino Hunt By His Excellency Dmitri Walzoff ( 1912 ).
By 1912, public interest had waned, and Cahill's enterprise was bankrupt.
By 1911 there were enough independent and foreign films available to programme all the shows of the independent exhibitors, and in 1912 the independents had nearly half of the market.
By 1912 the Danish film companies were multiplying rapidly.
By 1912 and 1913, there are beginning to be many films from many American companies that rely on applying novel decoration to the story, rather than supplying any twists to the drama itself to sustain interest.
By 1912, United Fruit had two concessions which it had purchased with government approval.
By 1912, 16 % of peasants ( up from 11 % in 1903 ) had relatively large endowments of over per male family member ( a threshold used in statistics to distinguish between middle-class and prosperous farmers, i. e., kulaks ).
By 1912 the Cardiff Football Ground, as it was then known, had a new south stand and temporary stands on the north, east and west ends of the ground.
By 1912, the discovery of vitamins was a boost for Marmite, as the spread is a rich source of the vitamin B complex ; vitamin B < sub > 12 </ sub > is not naturally found in yeast extract, but is added to Marmite during manufacture.
By 1912, the Sisters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul recognized the need to offer greater opportunity through university education and adopted a progressive plan to establish a college for young women.
By 4 January 1912, the last two four-man groups had reached 87 ° 34 ′ S. Scott announced his decision: five men ( Scott, Edward Wilson, Henry Bowers, Lawrence Oates and Edgar Evans ) would go forward, the other three ( Teddy Evans, William Lashly and Tom Crean ) would return.
By 1912 the German administration had apparently achieved its long-term objective of understanding the traditional forces in Samoa politics while maintaining a semblance of local participation in government.
By 1912, 239 political parties at both the state and national level had pledged some form of direct election, and 33 states had introduced the use of direct primaries.
By 1912, 239 political parties at both the state and national level had pledged some form of direct election, and 33 states had introduced the use of direct primaries.
By 1912 the organization had around 25, 000 members, concentrated in the Northwest, among dock workers, agricultural workers in the central states, and in textile and mining areas.
By 1912, oil replaced coal in warships and again the Yard was scheduled for closure and the land relinquished by the Navy.
By Dr. Alice Drysdale Vickery ( with preface and remarks ) ( Letchworth: Garden City Press, 1912 ).
By the early 1920s, several formats had successfully split the amateur home movies market away from 35 mm: 28 mm ( 1. 1 in ) ( 1912 ), 9. 5 mm ( 0. 37 in ) ( 1922 ), 16 mm ( 0. 63 in ) ( 1923 ), and Pathe Rural, a 17. 5 mm format designed for safety film ( 1926 ).
By 1912, Lille's population was at 217, 000: the city profited from the Industrial Revolution, particularly via coal and the steam engine.
By 1912 shipments to Amsterdam, where the leaves were processed into cocaine, reached 1 million kg, overtaking the Peruvian export market.
By 1912, the party claimed the most votes of any German party.
By 1912, SKF was represented in 32 countries and by 1930, a staff of over 21, 000 were employed in 12 manufacturing facilities worldwide with the largest in Philadelphia, Pa.

By and three
By using the appropriate version any one of these factors can be determined for any combination of the other three.
Reports Jim Lendrum: `` By studying men on the job, we found that two men -- a carpenter and a helper -- can lay a floor faster than three.
By the time Barco reached the count of three, the situation seemed to Welch almost too good to be true.
By the time the film was released we were three million dollars over-spent, war was imminent and the public apparently had forgotten all about Mother Cabrini.
By rough estimate her Committee, headed by Henry Francis Du Pont, contains three times as many Republicans as Democrats.
By the time he had smoked three cigarettes he had calmed down.
By having three stations, a total of three different cars can be operated on at the same time, each one at a different stage of its assembly.
By age three, however, her mother changed her name to Elizabeth Sewall Alcott, after her own mother.
By his marriage to Euphrosyne Doukaina Kamatera Alexios had three daughters:
By his wife Eurydice, Amyntas had three sons, Alexander II, Perdiccas III and the youngest of whom was the famous Philip II of Macedon.
By his first wife, whose name is not known, he had three children:
By the early 5th century Britain had been Roman for over three hundred and fifty years.
By his advice Benedict became a hermit and for three years, unknown to men, lived in this cave above the lake.
By now Blenheim was under assault from every side by three English generals: Cutts, Churchill, and Orkney.
By 03: 00, after more than three hours of close quarter combat, Majestic had lost its main and mizzen masts while Tonnant was a dismasted hulk.
By 1781 three more societies had been established in Birmingham, with a fourth in the nearby town of Dudley ; and 19 more formed in Birmingham between 1782 and 1795.
Boroughs proliferated in the suburban areas of the larger cities: By the 1980s there were 19 boroughs and three cities in the area that is now the City of Auckland.
By the next day the Doge and the leading Franks were installed in the Great Palace, and the city was given over to pillage for three days.
By the Oligocene, all three subfamilies of canids ( Hesperocyoninae, Borophaginae, and Caninae ) had appeared in the fossil records of North America.
By 1604, Charles was three and a half and was by then able to walk the length of the great hall at Dunfermline Palace unaided.
By 1943 however, large numbers of fleet and light carriers became available, which required larger formations of three or four carriers.
By three years, infants will move further away from their mothers.
By the time of the national assembly elections in December 1992, only three had qualified.
By 1916 the three of them became the center of radical anti-art activities in the United States.

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