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By and time
By counting the number of stalls and urinals I attempted to form a loose estimate of how many men the hall would hold at one time.
`` By God '', Waddell said, `` we don't want to upset the boy at this time of all times.
By the time Lilian had been graduated from public school, her parents were doing quite well.
) By the time the streetcar pulled away, he had fallen in love with Paula.
By this time she had learned that it was futile to argue with her young husband, yet the uncomfortable fact remained: the American Congregationalists were sending them as missionaries to the Far East and paying their salaries.
By early June they were a hundred miles off the coast of Ceylon, by which time all four missionaries were hardened seafarers.
By this time, as we shall see, the Tories were already planning to `` punish '' Steele for his political writing by expelling him from the House of Commons.
By this time word had got around that an American doctor was on the premises.
By the time they reach that age, however, Aristotle no longer worries about the evil influence of comedies.
By the time he was under the covers he had forgotten about seeing Kate.
By the time he was prosperous enough -- his goals were high -- he was bald and afraid of women.
By that time, perhaps something better can be done ''.
By that time we should be in a much better position to determine the value of that aircraft as a weapon system.
By this time Henri's entire chest-back-lat-shoulder area is pumped-up to almost bursting point, and Claude takes time to do a bit more pectoral-front deltoid shaping work.
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 the time Barco reached the count of three, the situation seemed to Welch almost too good to be true.
By the time the film was released we were three million dollars over-spent, war was imminent and the public apparently had forgotten all about Mother Cabrini.
Serum potassium at this time was 3.8 mEq. per liter, and the hemoglobin was 13.9 gm. By Dec. 1, 1958, the weakness in the pelvic and quadriceps muscle groups was appreciably worse, and it became difficult for the patient to rise unaided from a sitting or reclining position.
By the time the child first attacks the actual problem of reading, he is completely familiar and at ease with all of the elements of words.
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 this time there is little doubt but what election plans were complete.
By the very nature of the situation, it is the union which has been able to select the time and place to bring pressure upon management.
By the time pupils reach the sixth grade, their ethical and moral standards are fairly well developed ; ;

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By Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Adapted by Bill Camp and Robert Woodruff, Directed by Robert Woodruff, Featuring Bill Camp

By and had
By failing to do as he was told instantly -- to take out a permit or return the gun to his car -- he had played into Lord's hands.
By 1898, rustling losses had been driven down to the lowest level ever seen in Wyoming.
By the death of his father in 1888 he had come into possession of the family estate and had re-assumed its traditions.
By the age of six young Johnny indicated that he had the call.
By September 1940 the Suite had developed into a collection of six songs, `` four spirituals, a dream, and a lullaby ''.
By now he had become Regius Professor of Modern History at Cambridge and had been honored by the award of the Order of Merit.
By both standards Thomas had the right to be proud.
By June 19, 1788, he had presented himself to its Commander in Chief, the Governor of the Southern Provinces, the Director of the War College -- The Prince.
By 1783 her legions had managed to annex the Crimea amid scenes of wanton cruelty and now, in this second combat with the Crescent, were aiming at suzerainty over all of the Black Sea's northern shoreline.
By 1834 the art of oratory had reached a very high level in the United States as a literary form.
By December, 1958, when ' Abdallah Ibrahim became President of the Council, elections had even greater importance.
By 800 social and cultural security had been achieved, at least on a simple plane ; ;
By this time large numbers of the audience had left the hall.

By and accurately
By visually tracing a line from Merak through Dubhe and continuing, one's eye will land on Polaris, accurately indicating true north.
By precisely timing the LIDAR ' echo ,' and by measuring how much laser light is received by the telescope, scientists can accurately determine the location, distribution and nature of the particles.
By listening at the door of the room where Adolphe conducted his classes, Georges learned to sing difficult songs accurately from memory, and developed an ability to identify and analyse complex chordal structures.
By using photographs of the accident scene including the vehicle, " lost " evidence can be recovered and accurately determined.
By putting the measured period T, and the measured distance between the pivot blades L, into the period equation ( 1 ), g could be calculated very accurately.
By recording and analyzing these trends over time and applying to future scenarios, the US Military can accurately supply troops with the items necessary at the precise moment they are needed.
By slowly changing the frequency of the carrier broadcast from the station and comparing this with the phase of the signal being returned, ground control could measure the distance to the vehicle very accurately.
By broadcasting different audio signals in the two beams, the receiver could position themselves very accurately down the centreline by listening to the signal in their headphones.
By measuring the total round-trip time on an radar's oscilloscope, the aircraft's range could be accurately determined even at very long ranges.
By showing the possibility of there being more than one definition, Socrates shows that a definition cannot wholly and accurately describe something and that there is no one absolute definition for anything including shape.
By contrast, the Whooper and Trumpeter Swans ' names accurately describe their calls – a deep hooting and a higher-pitched French horn-like honk, respectively.
By the mid 1980s, some of the early fantasy football leagues were beginning to use a performance based scoring method to more accurately reflect relative player abilities.
In his review for the Washington Post, Desson Howe wrote, " By aiming specifically – and accurately – at characters in their twenties, debuting screenwriter Helen Childress and first-time director Stiller achieve something even greater: they encapsulate an era ".
By the end of the 19th century Wealdstone had developed in size and the station was given its current name on 1 May 1897 to more accurately reflect its location.
" By distancing himself from the storytelling practices of Homer, Thucydides makes it clear that while he does consider mythology and epics to be evidence, these works cannot be given much credibility, and that it takes an impartial and empirically minded historian, such as himself, to accurately portray the events of the past.
By the meal's end, du Maurier had accurately realized Edgar's enthusiastic if rather childish personality, and saw that in his own blundering way, Edgar had not been malicious but rather trying to help.
By mangling channels, using offsets, rotating and other manipulations, artistic effects can be achieved instead of accurately reproducing the original image.
By measuring the thing that money really represented — your personal capital with your friends and neighbors — you more accurately gauged your success ".
By applying the ionization theory developed by Indian physicist Megh Nad Saha, she was able to accurately relate the spectral classes of stars to their actual temperatures.
By actively creating sounds – for example, by tapping their canes, lightly stomping their foot or making clicking noises with their mouths – people trained to orientate with echolocation can interpret the sound waves reflected by nearby objects, accurately identifying their location and size.
By convention, light-time correction is not applied to the positions of stars, because their motion and distance may not be known accurately.
By the early 2000s, it had become accepted that this type of acquisition was useful for initial exploration but inadequate for development and production, in which wells had to be accurately positioned.
By contrast, in a platform the shield, more accurately referred to then as the crystalline " basement ", is overlain by horizontal or subhorizontal sediment.
By positioning the target object at a precise part of the field, the operator can use an accurately picked narrowband filter ( albeit over a very small part of the field ).

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