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By this time Churchill was not so cordial toward moving Poland westward as he had been at Teheran, where he and Eden had both heartily approved the idea.
By and large their programs are satisfactorily connected both to the employment situation and to the realities of the apprentice system.
By seeing such varied places, both interesting and beautiful, you will become aware of the many different civilizations Rome has lived through, and in particular, get a feel of Renaissance Rome.
By trying to be both a serious survey of a bygone era and a showcase for today's artists, the program turned out to be a not-quite-perfect example of either.
By this consideration atomic physics provides the underlying theory in plasma physics and atmospheric physics, even though both deal with very large numbers of atoms.
By contrast, the Rijndael specification per se is specified with block and key sizes that may be any multiple of 32 bits, both with a minimum of 128 and a maximum of 256 bits.
The largest species are red alder ( A. rubra ) on the west coast of North America, and black alder ( A. glutinosa ), native to most of Europe and widely introduced elsewhere, both reaching over 30 m. By contrast, the widespread Alnus viridis ( green alder ) is rarely more than a 5 m tall shrub.
By Endeïs Aeacus had two sons, Telamon and Peleus ( father of Achilles ), and by Psamathe a son, Phocus, whom he preferred to the two others, both of whom contrived to kill Phocus during a contest, and then fled from their native island.
By 1871 both ʿAlī Pasha and Fuʿād Pasha were dead.
By the mid-1960s, both systems showed enough promise to start development of base selection for a limited ABM system dubbed Sentinel.
By October he had taken a prospective hijacker Mushabib al-Hamlan from Afghanistan to Saudi Arabia where they both procured B-1 / B-2 tourist / business visas on October 28 – but Hamlan then decided not to proceed and is thought to have returned to his family.
By the turn of the century, cycling clubs flourished on both sides of the Atlantic, and touring and racing became widely popular.
By both chance and providence, Ruth, a destitute, widowed and childless outsider, becomes an ancestress of King David ( Ruth 4: 13 ).
By managing the European and African populations as one-by strategic exports from Europe combined with in-situ transfers, gene-loss is reduced to 0. 72 % every 100 years with both populations remaining stable.
By 16: 00, Alexander and Swiftsure were also in sight, although some distance from the main British fleet, and Brueys gave orders to abandon the plan to remain at anchor and instead for his line to set sails, although Blanquet protested the order on the grounds that there were not enough men aboard the French ships to both sail the ships and man the guns.
By 1910 both factions together had fewer than 100, 000 members.
By late February 1896, supplies on both sides were running low.
By 1938 the couple had drifted apart, as both focussed heavily on their work.
* By whether the same key is used for both encryption and decryption ( symmetric key algorithms ), or if a different key is used for each ( asymmetric key algorithms ).
By adopting a moderately liberal constitution in 1828, Pinto alienated both the federalists and the liberal factions.
By the early twentieth century, both parties were winning increasing numbers of seats in Congress.
By choosing widely separated keys, one could employ one dimple as a ' shift ' key to allow both letters and numbers to be produced.
By estimating both the clay and temper compositions, and locating a region where both are known to occur an assignment of the material source can be made.

By and standards
By political, economic, geographic and natural standards, they were justified in doing so.
By supporting the efforts of the many faculty members who are working to attain ever higher standards, the president can encourage faculty leadership.
By the time pupils reach the sixth grade, their ethical and moral standards are fairly well developed ; ;
By the standards of 19th century tycoons, Carnegie was not a particularly ruthless man but a humanitarian with enough acquisitiveness to go in the ruthless pursuit of money ; on the other hand, the contrast between his life and the lives of many of his own workers and of the poor, in general, was stark.
By 1987 Ethernet was clearly winning the standards battle over Token Ring, and in the middle of that year Apple introduced EtherTalk 1. 0 for the newly released Macintosh II computer.
By US legal standards this Italian culvert is an arch bridge
By introducing the high standards of Boasian anthropology, Sapir did incite antagonism from those amateur ethnologists who felt that they had contributed important work.
By Haitian standards, Magloire's rule was firm, but not harsh: he jailed political opponents, including Fignolé, and shut down their presses when their protests grew too strident, but he allowed labor unions to function, although they were not permitted to strike.
By the 1980s, though, as living standards increased, many instruments that were once too expensive to buy could be bought by the Taiwanese in preference to the harmonica.
By world standards, production costs for Iraqi oil are relatively low.
By today's standards, the quake ranged from 8. 4 to 8. 8 on the Richter Scale, slightly stronger than the San Francisco earthquake of 1906.
By the end of 2007, standards and government authorities including IEC, IEEE, EU, and NIST proposed standards for binary prefixes and requiring the use of megabyte to strictly denote 1000 < sup > 2 </ sup > bytes and mebibyte to denote 1024 < sup > 2 </ sup > bytes.
By her days ' standards, the articles were extremely frank in their discussion of sexuality, and many New York Call readers were outraged by them, at least one of them wrote a letter in response canceling her subscription.
By colonial standards, public services were generally well-organised and praised for their efficiency.
By that time, Sudan had one of the lowest penetration rates ( 0. 23 %) even by regional standards.
By the standards of Karachi politics, where rallies of over fifty thousand people are common, this is regarded as unexpectedly small.
By the Asuka period, true sake — made from rice, water, and kōji mold (, Aspergillus oryzae )— was the dominant alcohol and had a very low content by non-Japanese standards.
By the end of 1990, most of the work on mapping existing character encoding standards had been completed, and a final review draft of Unicode was ready.
By the standards of the time, Venice's stewardship of its mainland territories was relatively enlightened and the citizens of such towns as Bergamo, Brescia and Verona rallied to the defence of Venetian sovereignty when it was threatened by invaders.
By the standards of the 18th century, Versailles was a very modern European city.
* The Law to Improve Occupational Old Age Pensions ( 1974 ), which extended coverage of occupational pensions whilst also “ co-ordinating them more closely with state pensions and setting minimum standards as regards benefit levels and the preservation of pension rights .” By 1976, as a result of this legislation, 65 % of private sector employees were covered by occupational schemes and over two-thirds of these workers were eligible for benefits equal to more than 15 % of their earnings at retirement.
By modern standards CP / M was primitive, owing to the extreme constraints on program size.
By the 1970s in the USA, clinics and laboratories devoted to the study of sleep and sleep disorders had been founded, and a need for standards arose.

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