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By supporting the efforts of the many faculty members who are working to attain ever higher standards, the president can encourage faculty leadership.
By working very hard, one may be able to make this part 5 times faster, but this only reduces the time for the whole computation by a little.
By 2007, national branches of the Anthroposophical Society had been established in fifty countries, and about 10, 000 institutions around the world were working on the basis of anthroposophy.
By working with Motorola, AMD was able to refine copper interconnect manufacturing to the production stage about one year before Intel.
By the 1920s, the emerging middle and working classes were powerful enough to elect a reformist president, Arturo Alessandri Palma.
By rules, place bets are NOT working on the come out roll but can be " turned on " by the player.
By 1827, he had abandoned law and embarked on a geological career that would result in fame and the general acceptance of uniformitarianism, a working out of the idea proposed by James Hutton a few decades earlier.
By 1 July 1933 there were 1, 463 working camps with 250, 000 junior enrollees ( 18 – 25 years of age ), 28, 000 veterans, 14, 000 American Indians, and 25, 000 Locally Enrolled ( or Experienced ) Men ( LEM ).
By the time the government killed the project in 1842, they had given Babbage over ₤ 17, 000, more than double the cost of a warship, without receiving a working engine.
By 1916 Shepard started working for the Intelligence Department sketching the combat area within the view of his battery position.
By 1949, the United States and British intelligence organizations were working with King Zog and the mountain men of his personal guard.
By 1918, two French mathematicians, Pierre Fatou and Gaston Julia, though working independently, arrived essentially simultaneously at results describing what are now seen as fractal behaviour associated with mapping complex numbers and iterative functions and leading to further ideas about attractors and repellors ( i. e., points that attract or repel other points ), which have become very important in the study of fractals ( see Figure 3 and Figure 4 ).
By 1952, at the age of 55, Capra effectively retired from Hollywood filmmaking and spent his later years working with Caltech, his alma mater, to produce educational films on science topics.
By 2000 the social structure included a politically active working class, a primarily clerical middle class, and an upper bracket consisting of managers, entrepreneurs, and professionals.
By working with logarithms, multiplication of positive real numbers is replaced by addition of logs.
By 1746, an integrated brass mill was working at Warmley near Bristol.
By working in the realm of Judaism and Jewish Religion, he developed methods and theories applicable to the study of Religion generally.
By September 1941, Philby was working for Section V of MI6, responsible for offensive counter-intelligence.
By 11: 00 am, almost the whole working population of Winnipeg, Manitoba had walked off the job.
By this time up to thirty steamers and a similar number of barges were working the river in season.
By early 1986, the band was defunct and Hay was working on his first solo album, Looking for Jack, which would feature participation from Alsop and Wackerman.
By 1936, having spent a year working on an M. A., he decided to become a professional writer.
By working with the characters that were already there but injecting his own creativity, as J. C. B.
By comparison, some popular Unix text editors such as vi and Emacs provide a significantly greater number of features than Pico, including regular expression search and replace and working with multiple files at the same time.

By and sloppily
By extension, handwaving is used in speculative fiction criticism to refer to a plot device ( e. g., a scientific discovery, a political development, or rules governing the behavior of a fictional creature ) that is left unexplained or sloppily explained because it is convenient to the story, with the implication that the writer is aware of the logical weakness but hopes the reader will not notice or will suspend disbelief.

By and unskilled
By 2004, Peru had a far-reaching social safety net that included food programs serving 35 percent of the population, and work programs offering temporary employment to unskilled workers.
By the turn of the 17th century, unskilled labor positions were often filled by African slaves and skilled service positions were still filled by white indentured servants.
By 1976, the shah had accumulated upward of one billion dollars from oil revenue ; his family — including sixty-three princes and princesses — had accumulated between five and twenty billion dollars ; and the family foundation controlled approximately three billion dollars By mid-1977 economic austerity measures to fight inflation disproportionately affected the thousands of poor and unskilled male migrants to the cities working construction.
By 1900, the mechanization and deskilling of labor in the textile industry enabled factory owners to eliminate skilled workers and employ large numbers of unskilled immigrant workers, the majority of whom were women.
By 1930, the percentage of unskilled workers amongst the male population of Freemans Bay had risen to 39 %, whereas in affluent Remuera it was only 2 %.

By and workers
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 1905, 62 % of the members were industrial workers ( 3 % of the population in 1897 ).
By employing the well-established legal distinction between ordinary and hazardous work, the governor also won legislative approval for a Dangerous Trades Act that barred young workers from thirty occupations.
By the end of 1968 there were at least 1, 300 Moroccan workers resident in Gibraltar and this more than doubled following the final closure of the frontier with Spain in June 1969.
By 1952, Arbenz supported a land reform, and took unused agricultural land, about, from owners who had large properties, and made it available to rural workers and farmers.
By that time, many former handicraft workers had been forced to seek employment in the emerging manufacturing industries, using not closely guarded techniques but standardized methods controlled by corporations.
By the time of the 19th Dynasty some workers enjoyed such benefits as medical insurance, pensions and sick leave.
By comparison, in 2008 Koenigsegg with its staff of 45 produced 18 cars at an average price of US $ 1 million each ; Saab employed 3, 400 workers and made more than 93, 000 cars.
By this stage, some 12, 000, 000 workers in the United Kingdom were trade union members.
By the time of Trotsky's arrival, the St. Petersburg Soviet was already functioning headed by Khrustalyov-Nosar ( Georgy Nosar, alias Pyotr Khrustalyov ), a compromise figure, and proved to be very popular with the workers in spite of the Bolsheviks ' original opposition.
By age 50, nearly 90 % of U. S. coal miners have some hearing loss, compared to only 10 % among workers not exposed to loud noises.
By 1914 40 % of Russian workers were employed in factories of + 1, 000 workers ( 32 % in 1901 ).
By simply selling their work for wages, " workers simultaneously lose connection with the object of labor and become objects themselves.
By 1912 the organization had around 25, 000 members, concentrated in the Northwest, among dock workers, agricultural workers in the central states, and in textile and mining areas.
By the 1930s the IWW in Australia had declined significantly, and took part in unemployed workers movements which were led largely by the CPA.
By the end of the war, Schindler had spent his entire fortune on bribes and black-market purchases of supplies for his workers.
* 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 1940, only about 34, 000 French civilians lived in French Indochina, along with a smaller number of French military personnel and government workers.
By the middle of the 19th century, subsequent to the Industrial Revolution ( 1750 – 1850 ), the great expansion of the bourgeoisie social class caused its self-stratification — by business activity and by economic function — into the haute bourgeoisie ( bankers and industrialists ) and the petite bourgeoisie ( tradesmen and white-collar workers ).
By 1951, the Congress had concluded that they had become " deformed workers ' states.
By 1872 Chinese workers comprised half of all factory workers in San Francisco and were paid wages far below white workers.

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