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By this time word had got around that an American doctor was on the premises.
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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 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 Woodruff had accurately measured Pike as a man of great personal pride, a man who would fly into a towering rage if his integrity were questioned, and who would be anxious to avenge himself.
By the time they reach that age, however, Aristotle no longer worries about the evil influence of comedies.
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 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 ; ;
By and word
By 150 BC, Assyria was under the control of the Parthian Empire as Athura ( the Parthian word for Assyria ) where the Assyrian city of Ashur seems to have gained a degree of autonomy, and temples to the native gods of Assyria were resurrected.
By patiently transcribing each word of the text, the writer was made to contemplate the meaning of it.
The 1523 " Turin map " of the islands was the first to refer to them as Los Lagartos, meaning alligators or large lizards, By 1530 they were known as the Caymanes after the Carib word caimán for the marine crocodile, either the American or the Cuban crocodile, Crocodylus acutus or C. rhombifer, which also lived there.
By the fourth century, however, " confessors "— people who had confessed their faith not by dying but by word and life — began to be venerated publicly.
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 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 analogy with the word " conlang ", the term conworld is used to describe these fictional worlds, inhabited by fictional constructed cultures.
By concatenation one can combine two words to form a new word, whose length is the sum of the lengths of the original words.
By the start of the fourteenth century the word appeared in English texts, indicating all three senses: the most common one, the legal term and the archaic usage.
By the early twentieth century, the word " fart " had come to be considered rather vulgar in most English-speaking cultures.
By this time the puzzle seems to have mutated to a form in which the missing word is an adjective that describes the state of the world.
In 1992, author Ted Nelson – who coined both terms in 1963 – wrote: By now the word " hypertext " has become generally accepted for branching and responding text, but the corresponding word " hypermedia ", meaning complexes of branching and responding graphics, movies and sound – as well as text – is much less used.
By the turn of the 19th century, the English word " anarchism " had lost its initial negative connotation.
By mathematical analogy: A metasyntactic variable is a word that is a variable for other words, just as in algebra letters are used as variables for numbers.
By extension, the word manor is sometimes used in England to mean any home area or territory in which authority is held, often in a police or criminal context.
By contrast, some other sounds would cause a change in meaning if substituted: for example, substitution of the sound would produce the different word still, and that sound must therefore be considered to represent a different phoneme ( the phoneme ).
By this time, the Late Egyptian word is reconstructed to have been pronounced whence comes Ancient Greek and then Late Latin.
By the time of the First World War, the mass advertising and popularity of the Victor Talking Machine Company's Victrolas ( a line of disc-playing machines characterized by their concealed horns ) was leading to widespread generic use of the word " victrola " for any machine that played discs, which were however still called " phonograph records " or simply " records ", almost never " victrola records ".
By analogy, the word " signature " may be used to refer to the characteristic expression of a process or thing.