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By the end of the third act, the artist is dead but the body lingers on, a shell among other shells.
By a further act of 1541 — which was not repealed until 1845 — artificers, labourers, apprentices, servants and the like were forbidden to play bowls at any time except Christmas, and then only in their master's house and presence.
By this point, standing up and saying ' no ' to the Black Hand was a dangerous act.
By contrast, in civil law jurisdictions ( the legal tradition that prevails in, or is combined with common law in, Europe and most non-Islamic, non-common law countries ), courts lack authority to act where there is no statute, and judicial precedent is given less interpretive weight ( which means that a judge deciding a given case has more freedom to interpret the text of a statute independently, and less predictably ), and scholarly literature is given more.
By far the most successful Euro disco act was ABBA.
By extension, the word for carrying or drawing a beer came to mean the serving of the beer and, in some senses, the act of drinking, or a drink of beer itself, regardless of serving method.
By the time Bramah's beer pumps became popular, the use of the word draught to mean the act of serving beer was well established and transferred easily to beer served via the hand pumps.
By equalizing immigration policies, the act resulted in new immigration from non-European nations, which changed the ethnic make-up of the United States.
By January 1983, Men at Work had the top album and single in both the US and the UK-a feat never achieved previously by an Australian act.
By 1974, the scene's top act, Dr. Feelgood, was paving the way for others such as The Stranglers and Cock Sparrer that would play a role in the punk explosion.
By August 1996, the FDA had not taken action, and the consumer advocacy group Public Citizen filed a petition with the FDA, prompting the agency to act.
By December 1838, he had noted a similarity between the act of breeders selecting traits and a Malthusian Nature selecting among variants thrown up by " chance " so that " every part of newly acquired structure is fully practical and perfected ".
By ‘ extreme ’ utilitarian McCloskey is referring to what later came to be called ‘ act ’ utilitarianism.
By virtue of their high heat capacities, urban surfaces act as a giant reservoir of heat energy.
By the end of the century, at least a third of England's bishops also act as royal judges in secular matters.
* August 15 – By act of the U. S. Congress ( March 3 ), the Alabama Territory is created by splitting the Mississippi Territory in half, on the day the Mississippi constitution is drafted, four months before Mississippi became a State of the United States.
By this act, he creates a permanent schism between the Syrian Orthodox Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church.
* By an act of the Parliament of Great Britain, alien immigrants ( including Huguenots and Jews ) in the colonies receive British nationality.
By the time he was 21, his father's alcoholism threatened the reputation of the family act, so Keaton and his mother, Myra, left for New York, where Buster Keaton's career swiftly moved from vaudeville to film.
* Le Pétomane 1857-1945 a tribute to the unique act which shook and shattered the Moulin-Rouge ( 1967 ), By Jean Nohain and François Caradec-Publisher: Souvenir Press
By dividing the illocutionary act into two subparts, Searle is able to explain that we can understand two meanings from the same utterance all the while knowing which is the correct meaning to respond to.
By submitting one's freedom to someone else, this act removes the freedom of choice almost entirely.
By this definition, evil exists when good men fail to act.
By such considerations Dumezil thinks that the two terms refer in fact to two aspects of the same religious act:
By " performativity " Austin means that the ritual act itself achieves the stated goal.

By and Indiana
By fall, 443 survivors of this arduous journey were clustered about Fort Snelling, but most of them were sent on to Galena and St. Louis, with a few going as far as Vevay, Indiana, a notable Swiss center in the United States.
By 1824 the decision had been made to sell their property in Indiana and search for land to the east.
By the 1970s, the members were Duncan, the returning Walter Saulsberry, and new member Glenn Madison, formerly of the Delco's ( Indiana ).
By 1952, Standard Oil of Indiana was ranked as the largest domestic oil company.
By 1971, all the divisions of Indiana Standard bore the Amoco name including American Oil which was renamed Amoco Oil with American stations renamed Amoco stations.
By 1975, Amoco began phasing in the Amoco name in the old Indiana Standard sales territory.
By land area, it is slightly bigger than the state of Indiana.
By the late 18th century, many Miami had moved further south ; most of Indiana north of the Wabash was then occupied by the Potawatomi people.
By 1828 the Indiana State Legislature had divided the land of present day Brown County between Monroe, Jackson, and Bartholomew counties.
By 1965 – 1966 after the Green Gallery and the Ferus Gallery closed the Leo Castelli Gallery represented Rosenquist, Warhol, Rauschenberg, Johns, Lichtenstein and Ruscha, The Sidney Janis Gallery represented Oldenburg, Segal, Wesselmann and Marisol, while Allen Stone continued to represent Thiebaud, and Martha Jackson continued representing Robert Indiana.
By 1981 the State of Indiana changed statutes to convert the managing board of trustees to a council with members rather than trustees.
By 1825, Zebulon ’ s three older sisters back in Connecticut, Sarah, Rachel and Rebecca, had joined him in Indiana.
By 1850, New Albany was the largest city in Indiana due to its river contacts with the South.
By 1920, New Albany was the largest producer of plywood and veneer in the world with other producers including Indiana Veneer Panel Company and Hoosier Panel Company.
By 1910 an interurban railway had connected the city to Gary, Indiana.
By May 10 the men had found suitable land along the Wabash River in the Indiana Territory and made an initial purchase of approximately acres.
By 1816, the same year that Indiana became a state, the Harmonists had acquired of land, built 160 homes and other buildings, and cleared acres for their new town.
By 1865 the Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad Company had begun a railroad extending northward through the village.
By 1900 Glen Campbell was the third largest town in Indiana County.
By the 1990s, both businesses had been purchased in separate transactions by Dynamic Resource Group ( DRG ), a publishing company in Berne, Indiana.
By 1963, garage band singles were creeping into the national charts in greater numbers, including Paul Revere and the Raiders ( Boise ), the Trashmen ( Minneapolis ) and the Rivieras ( South Bend, Indiana ).
Phoenix's work encompassed 24 films and television appearances, including the science fiction adventure film Explorers, the coming-of-age film Stand By Me, the action sequel Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and the independent adult drama My Own Private Idaho.
By February 1928, Indiana Klan rosters had decreased to 4, 000, from a peak of more than 250, 000 members in 1925.
By 1837 he began his move into politics, becoming a clerk in the Indiana State Senate.

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