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By airline from Concord to Burlington is a distance of about 150 miles, counting a slight deviation for the stop at either Barre or Montpelier.
By 1951, 87 subroutines in the following categories were available for general use: floating point arithmetic ; arithmetic operations on complex numbers ; checking ; division ; exponentiation ; routines relating to functions ; differential equations ; special functions ; power series ; logarithms ; miscellaneous ; print and layout ; quadrature ; read ( input ); nth root ; trigonometric functions ; counting operations ( simulating repeat until loops, while loops and for loops ); vectors ; and matrices.
By the nature of reference counting, each of these garbage components must contain at least one cycle.
By counting the rings formed by the stack of smaller, older scutes on top of the larger, newer ones, it is possible to estimate the age of a turtle, if one knows how many scutes are produced in a year.
By counting numbers of live and dead mites that developed every 15 days and comparing this with his initial count on the infant, he was able to estimate how long that infant was dead.
By 1922, the size of the entire Communist Party in China was only about 200 members, not counting those overseas.
By focusing on the breath at the hara, often aided by counting.
From 1972 to 1979, Simon sang backup vocals on the following James Taylor songs and albums ( not counting compilations ): " One Man Parade " from 1972's One Man Dog, " Rock ' n ' Roll Is Music Now ", " Let It All Fall Down ", " Me And My Guitar ", " Daddy's Baby " and " Ain't No Song " from 1974's Walking Man, " How Sweet It Is ( To Be Loved By You )" from 1975's Gorilla, " Shower the People ", " A Junkie's Lament ", " Slow Burning Love " and " Family Man " from 1976's In the Pocket, and " B. S. U. R.
By the time Major Mills got his men back under control, the police had fired 114 rounds of rifle ammunition, and an unknown amount of revolver ammunition as well, not counting 50 rounds fired from the machine guns in the armoured car outside the Park.
By contrast, Packer was seen disconsolately counting cars as they arrived in the car park at some of his matches.
By analogy with humans counting in base-10, supposedly as a result of having ten digits, the Moties count in base-12 numbers to match the combined digits on their right hands.
By counting the number of times 1 and 2 are both used in such a sum, it is evident that F ( n, k ) is equal to the binomial coefficient
By 1780 the percentage of adult colonists who adhered to a church was between 10-30 %, not counting slaves or Native Americans.
By counting and timing the interference fringes, the acceleration of the mass can be measured.
By counting the number of teeth passing a mark on the handle while this is done, the length of the line can be ascertained:
The song's origins and age are uncertain: however, a counting song with similar lyrics, but without the ' Green grow the rushes ' chorus, was being sung by English children in the earlier half of the 19th century By 1868 several variant and somewhat garbled versions were being sung by street children as Christmas carols.
By counting the number of spin-network states corresponding to an event horizon of area A, the entropy of black holes is seen to be
By counting the pixels in an item of known size, for example a standard cockpit instrument, a scale can be established.
By counting the number of pendulum swings that elapsed between transits of certain stars, Riccioli was able to experimentally verify that the period of a pendulum swinging with small amplitude is constant to within two swings out of 3212 ( 0. 062 %).
By counting the number of lines that cross a certain segment of a stream, multiplying this by the contour interval, and dividing that quantity by the length of the stream segment you can determine the stream gradient.
By this time the Osmonds had broken through in the UK as well: all members of the Osmond family, counting group and solo recordings, charted 13 singles on the UK charts during 1973.
By the time she retired, there were more than 4, 000 women, not counting non-registered girls at the high-school level, registered in wrestling, according to Greg Mathieu, executive director of the Canadian Amateur Wrestling Association.
By encoding information about the number into the order of the numerals, subtractive notation transformed the Roman numeral system from a variation of a unary numeral system which used alphabetic characters to represent groupings of tally marks ( a position-independent counting system ).
By counting settlements, Avi-Yonah estimated that Jews comprised half the population of the Galilee at the end of the 3rd century, and a quarter in the other parts of the country, but had declined to 10 – 15 % of the total by 614.

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By applying this general principle, a great number of complex compounds of osmium, ruthenium, iridium, and rhenium, with triphenylphosphine, triphenylarsine, and triphenylstibine have been obtained in this laboratory during the past few years.
By its inclusion the order has grown enormously in number of species.
By making the mass number of soldiers blend within the landscape / painting, it shows that he believed that the usage and depiction of landscape was just as significant as a historical event, such as a war.
By the 18th century an increasing number of new plants had arrived in Europe from newly discovered countries and the European colonies worldwide and a larger number of plants became available for study.
By measuring the mean squared displacement over a time interval along with the universal gas constant, the temperature, the viscosity, and the particle radius, Avogadro's number can be determined.
By this point their number of MPs was severely depleted.
By now the rebel forces were said to have numbered 230, 000, however, this number should be treated with scepticism — Dio's account is known only from a late epitome, and ancient sources commonly exaggerate enemy numbers.
By the late 1950s, the once-prosperous port area of downtown Manhattan was occupied by a number of dilapidated shipping piers, casualties of the rise of container shipping which drove sea traffic to Port Elizabeth, New Jersey.
By attempting to predict which branch ( or path ) a conditional instruction will take, the CPU can minimize the number of times that the entire pipeline must wait until a conditional instruction is completed.
By the mid-20th century, the number of examples of people skipping stages, such as going from hunter-gatherers to post-industrial service occupations in one generation, were so numerous that 19th-century evolutionism was effectively disproved.
By convention, a calendar year consists of a natural number of days.
By far the most visible and obvious power of many modern central banks is to influence market interest rates ; contrary to popular belief, they rarely " set " rates to a fixed number.
By the end of 2005, the number of telephone main lines in use totaled 7, 851, 649.
By the time of Howard's suicide in 1936, he had written 21 complete stories, 17 of which had been published, as well as a number of unfinished fragments.
By contrast, the album had limited success in the US, only reaching number 83 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart.
By reducing the number of tracks used ( and thus the capacity ), Commodore could further reduce cost-in contrast to the double-density drives used e. g. in IBM PCs of the day which saved 180 KB on one side ( by using a 40-track format ).
By 1968, the number of dance clubs started to decline ; most American clubs either closed or were transformed into clubs featuring live bands.
By connecting to the Forgotten Tribe's settlements ( represented by number tokens ), players may earn cloth tokens when the number token for the Forgotten Tribe's villages are rolled.
By contrast, integrated circuits packed a large number — often millions — of tiny electrical components, mainly transistors, into a small chip around the size of a coin.
By the early 18th century, other publishers began to issue collections of dances as well ; a conservative estimate of the number of dances in the English style published between 1651 and 1810 would run to around 20, 000.
By inserting the energetic definitions of the ionization potential and electron affinity into the Mulliken electronegativity, it is possible to show that the Mulliken chemical potential is a finite difference approximation of the electronic energy with respect to the number of electrons., i. e.,

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