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* By the Pricking of My Thumbs ( 2006 )
By 2001, the population had jumped to 206, 073, and it was 217, 988, in 48, 061 families, according to 2006 census.
By late 2009 39 % of households had internet access Colombia had 581, 877 Internet hosts in 2006.
By 2006, although the price points of CRTs were generally much lower than LCD and plasma flat panels, large screen CRTs ( 30-inches or more ) were as expensive as a similar-sized LCD.
By late 2006, HP had retook the # 1 sales position of PCs from Dell, which struggled with missed estimates and poor quality, and has held that rank ever since.
By 2006, the percentage of foreign-born population had increased to just over 15 % in Dublin.
By February 2006, six hundred remained in custody, facing trial in March.
By February 2006, hundreds remained in custody, facing trial in March.
By the end of 2006 The Egyptian Lover went into the studio with Jamie Jupiter and recorded " UFO " and " Futuristic " for Jupiter's new 12 " single ( never released ).
By December 2006, over 1, 237, 000 square kilometers of forest land in Canada ( about half the global total ) had been certified as being sustainably managed ( Canadian Sustainable Forestry Certification Coalition ).
By March 2006, at least 65 % of the Greek population was able to view Digital TV for free with the use of set-top boxes.
By 2006, such was the confusion from these multiple Acts, each amending the others ( and not all of which were ever actually commenced and thus were in the public record but not enforced as actual legislation ); and the amendments of Irish firearms legislation by other Acts ranging from the Wildlife Acts ( mostly relating to hunting law ) to the Road Traffic Acts ( relating to how and where firearms could be transported ) and others ; the large amount of secondary legislation ( Statutory Instruments, which set out regulations, the design of application forms for licences and so forth, as well as the details of when various parts of the Acts came into force ); as well as the introduction of EU firearms law into the canon of Irish legislation ; led the Irish Law Reform Commission to recommend that all the extant legislation be restated a legal process by which all the existing primary and secondary legislation would be read as one and a single document produced as the new Firearms Act ( and all prior Acts would be repealed ).
By 2006, only two elderly Cubans still crossed the base's North East Gate daily to work on the base, because the Cuban government prohibits new recruitment.
By 2006 Hungary ’ s economic outlook had deteriorated.
By 2006, the Hummer began to be exported and sold through importers and distributors in 33 countries.
By the end of 2006 violence continued as the new Iraqi Government struggled to extend complete security within Iraq.
By 2006, astronomers had resolved dust disks believed to be Kuiper belt-like structures around nine stars other than the Sun.
By 2006, government funds had dipped from 75 percent of the total budget to 62 percent.
By 2006 it had sold 23 million copies in the United States alone.
By 2006, most of the collection had been sold off and the museum was on a time-out ; by 2010 Rooseum had been dismantled and a subsidiary of the national Museum of Modern Design inaugurated in its place.
By 2006, more than 60, 000 former militiamen from around the country have been disarmed.
By the end of August 2006, statistics from the Ministry of Information Industry showed that there were more than 437 million mobile phone users in the Chinese mainland, or 327 mobile phones per 1, 000 population.
By the end of 2006, over 550, 000 vehicles had been produced.
By 2006, the Tesla turbine has not seen widespread commercial use since its invention.

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By the 1960s, as VFL clubs increasingly recruited the best players from other states, they began to dominate the competition and the last match was played in 1976, with North Adelaide being the last non-Victorian winner in 1972.
By the 10th Revision of the WHO International Statistical Classification of Diseases, Injuries and Causes of Death, low vision is defined as visual acuity of less than 20 / 60 ( 6 / 18 ), but equal to or better than 20 / 200 ( 6 / 60 ), or corresponding visual field loss to less than 20 degrees, in the better eye with best possible correction.
By contrast most of the party's seats were won either due to the absence of a candidate from one of the other parties or in rural areas on the " Celtic fringe ", where local evidence suggests that economic ideas were at best peripheral to the electorate's concerns.
By far, the best known representation is the animated Wile E. Coyote, Super Genius, whose popularity has spread the three-syllable Spanish pronunciation of the word coyote throughout English-speaking North America.
By this time the main difference between light and battle cavalry was their training ; the former was regarded as a tool for harassment and reconnaissance, while the latter was considered best for close-order charges.
By a strange twist of their respective fates, this foursome ends up partnering together, using their unique talents to become a ragtag team of bounty hunters, although their fortunes as such are at best mixed.
By the end of this conflict, Commodore had shipped somewhere around 22 million C64s — making the C64 the best selling computer of all time.
By all accounts, Eleanor's father ensured that she had the best possible education.
By the time her formal education ended in 1550, she was one of the best educated women of her generation.
By careful testing and adjusting the proportions and grinding time, powder from mills such as at Essonne outside Paris became the best in the world by 1788, and inexpensive.
By selecting the best quality and most suitable research designs for meta-analysis they narrowed their focus down to 57 controlled trials.
By this time, the best Goebbels could do to reassure the German people that victory was still possible was to make vague promises that " miracle weapons " such as the Me 262 jet aircraft, the Type XXI U-boat, and the V-2 rocket could somehow retrieve the military situation.
By the end of the season, the Wizards held a record of 16 – 79, the best in the league.
By growing plants in different layers, the farmers make best use of the soil and water.
By July, more than half of Paraguay's 30, 000-man invasion force had been killed or captured along with the army's best small arms and artillery.
By far the best known commentary on the Babylonian Talmud is that of Rashi ( Rabbi Solomon ben Isaac, 1040 – 1105 ).
By his own native capacity, alike unformed and unsupplemented by study, he was at once the best judge in those sudden crises which admit of little or of no deliberation, and the best prophet of the future, even to its most distant possibilities.
By becoming President under current terms, Grant would at best leave the office at age 56 with no income, assuming he served two terms.
By 1969, the debate over virtual memory for commercial computers was over ; an IBM research team led by David Sayre showed that their virtual memory overlay system consistently worked better than the best manually controlled systems.
By contrast, most of the best officers in the French navy had been either executed or dismissed from the service during the early part of the French Revolution.
By eligible to be submitted, BGP will submit the routes that it considers best to the main routing table process.
By some accounts, these examples are taken to indicate that the best characterization of mass nouns is that they are cumulative nouns.
By this point, Queen's vast amount of record sales made them the second best selling artist in the UK of all time, behind The Beatles.

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