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By 1937, the members had made the decision to create a new language, to the surprise of the world's interlanguage community.
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By 1937 he had clarified his intentions to serve his people: `` I have striven for clarity and melodious idiom, but at the same time I have by no means attempted to restrict myself to the accepted methods of harmony and melody.
`` By one fell swoop the Court now finds that Congress indulged in needless legislation in the acts of 1910, 1913, 1925, 1934 and 1937.
By French aristocrat Mélanie de Gaufridy de Dortan ( 1876 – 1937 ), he had Roger Marie Vincent Philippe Lévêque de Vilmorin ( 12 September 1905 – 20 July 1980 )
By 1937, Labour had jettisoned its pacifist position and came to support rearmament and oppose Neville Chamberlain's policy of appeasement.
By 1937 a means of controlling the disease had been found, but many of the affected areas remained out of production because a significant share of the market formerly held by Honduras had shifted to other nations.
By analogy with the ancient Greek term for agriculture, geoponics, the science of cultivating the earth, Gericke coined the term hydroponics in 1937 ( although he asserts that the term was suggested by W. A. Setchell, of the University of California ) for the culture of plants in water ( from the Greek hydro -, " water ", and ponos, " labour ").
By 1937, all Harley-Davidson's flathead engines were equipped with dry-sump oil recirculation systems similar to the one introduced in the " Knucklehead " OHV engine.
By 1937, the network took in $ 28, 700, 000 and had 114 affiliates, almost all of which cleared 100 % of network-fed programming, thus keeping ratings, and revenue, high.
By 1937, after five years, the 31-year-old Huston returned to Hollywood intent on being a " serious writer.
By acquiring the Cirrus-Hermes company in 1937, Blackburn started producing aircraft engines, the Blackburn Cirrus range.
By 1937, the theme music for Looney Tunes was " The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down " by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin ; the theme music for Merrie Melodies was an adaptation of " Merrily We Roll Along " by Charles Tobias, Murray Mencher and Eddie Cantor.
Among the most notable are Jumbo ( 1935 ), On Your Toes ( 1936, which included the ballet " Slaughter on Tenth Avenue ", choreographed by George Balanchine ), Babes in Arms ( 1937 ), I Married an Angel ( 1938 ), The Boys from Syracuse ( 1938 ), Pal Joey ( 1940 ), and their last original work, By Jupiter ( 1942 ).
By 1937 the " free and dutiable tariff rate " was reduced to 15. 6 % when the recession of 1937-1938 occurred.
In Stephen Vincent Benét's 1937 story " By the Waters of Babylon " ( originally titled " The Place of the Gods "), a young man explores the ruins of a city in the northeastern United States, possibly New York, generations after a war in which future weapons caused " The Great Burning ".
By contrast, under Neil McBain and subsequently Bill Findlay, the team recorded five consecutive top six finishes between 1934 – 35 and 1938 – 39, and won the Football League Third Division South Cup in 1937.
By the 1920s, the Library needed further expansion space, and in 1937 building work began on the New Bodleian building, opposite the Clarendon Building on the north-east corner of Broad Street.
By 1937, he had designed the bathyscaphe, a small steel gondola built to withstand great external pressure.
By 1937 she relocated to San Francisco, joined the O ' Neille Sisters Kiddie Revue and performed shows at the Golden Gate Theatre.
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By supporting the efforts of the many faculty members who are working to attain ever higher standards, the president can encourage faculty leadership.
By this time Colangelo and the other partners were embroiled in a dispute over the financial health and direction of the Diamondbacks ( and notably including over $ 150 million in deferred compensation to many players who were key members of the 2001 World Series winning team and others ).
By decree of pope Leo X they were created papal nobles, ranking as Comes palatinus (' Count Palatine '), familiars and members of the papal household, so that they might enjoy all the privileges of domestic prelates and of prelates in actual attendance on the Pope, as regards plurality of benefices as well as expectives.
By 1867, it ballooned to over 400 members, including some clubs from as far away as San Francisco and Louisiana.
By June 23, the situation appeared to have normalised, with members of the House of Ariki accepting to return to their regular duties.
By the 18th Congress there were only 31 members of the Central Committee, and of these only two were reelected.
By 1933, the party had approximately 3. 5 million members but as a result of the Great Purge party membership was cut down to 1. 9 million by 1939.
By the end of 1972, COG members had distributed approximately 42 million Christian tracts, mostly on God's salvation and America's doom.
By the time of their break up, Elvira was pregnant, leading her family members to conceal her pregnancy until she gave birth to Diego in 1479.
By this time, Necker had earned the enmity of many members of the French court for his overt manipulation of public opinion.
By comparison, the other major English domestic cup, the League Cup, involves only the 92 members of the Premier League and Football League.
By making wiki links simpler to type for the members of a particular community, these features help bring the different wikis closer together.
By July 1994 there were sufficient staff members in the office of the prosecutor to begin field investigations and by November 1994 the first indictment was presented and confirmed.
By March 1957, a full year after the release of " Please, Please, Please ", most members of the Famous Flames had left the group after the group's new manager, Universal Attractions Agency Chief Ben Bart, insisted that the group's billing be " James Brown and The Famous Flames ".