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During this precarious period of development the mother should continue to influence the growth of the child's conscience.
During the period from 1 July 1960 through 31 January 1961, additional research affiliations were effected with the U. S. Army Medical Research and Development Command to conduct research in procedures for quantitative electron microscopy, and for the study of biophysical and biological studies of the structure and function of ocular tissue.
During this period, a total of 762 exhibits were presented at 442 medical and scientific meetings.
During the period of this report, 37,470 new cases were entered into the various registries.
During this period, 7,827 teaching sets were distributed on loan.
During the period of this report, 63 panel exhibits depicting the latest developments in medical research were displayed.
During the period, the laboratory rendered centralized macropathological service to qualified requesters.
During the period from 1 July 1960 through 31 January 1961, the Medical Museum was required to move to Temporary Building `` S '' on the Mall from Chase Hall.
During the period of about 4 hours around sunset, skywave transmission conditions are building up until full nighttime conditions prevail ; ;
During the Civil War period Mr. Brown also invented the Brown & Sharpe formed tooth gear cutter, a basic invention which ultimately revolutionized the world's gear manufacturing industry by changing its basic economics.
During this period 7,484,268 members were received, yet the net membership now is only 9,910,741.
During the period of the Iberian Union ( 1580 – 1640 ), Portugal lost influence and power and made new enemies.
During the Romantic period, art came to be seen as " a special faculty of the human mind to be classified with religion and science ".< ref >
During the same period the Georgian states of Colchis and Tabal arose around the Black Sea and central Anatolia respectively.
During this same period, slave-holding border states had more free African-Americans and European immigrants than the lower South, which increased Southern fears that slavery was threatened with rapid extinction in this area.
During this period he published 18 plays and 3 novels, including the murder mystery The Red House Mystery ( 1922 ).
During this period winter sports were slowly introduced: in 1882 the first figure skating championship was held in St. Moritz, and downhill skiing became a trendy sport with English visitors early in the 20th century, as the first ski-lift was installed in 1908 above Grindelwald.
During the post-World War I period ski-lifts were built in Swiss and Austrian towns to accommodate winter visitors, but summer tourism continued to be important ; by the mid-20th century the popularity of downhill skiing increased greatly as it became more accessible and in the 1970s several new villages were built in France devoted almost exclusively to skiing, such a Les Menuires.
During the first 11 months of 2006, net imports grew by 21 percent to $ 1. 95 billion, while exports stood at $ 895 million, up 0. 3 percent from the same period in 2005.
During the first 11 months of 2006, the European Union remained Armenia's largest trading partner, accounting for 34. 4 percent of its $ 2. 85 billion commercial exchange during the 11-month period.
During January – February 2007, Armenia ’ s trade with Russia and other former Soviet republics was $ 205. 6 million ( double the amount from the same period the previous year ), making them the country ’ s number one trading partner.
During the Tokugawa period ( 1600 – 1868 ) the Ainu became increasingly involved in trade with Japanese who controlled the southern portion of the island that is now called Hokkaido.
During this period Agamemnon and his brother, Menelaus, took refuge with Tyndareus, King of Sparta.
During the Akkadian period, the Akkadian language became the lingua franca of the Middle East, and was officially used for administration, although the Sumerian language remained as a spoken and literary language.

During and spectator
During a game Gehrig trips over a stack of bats and is teased by a spectator, Eleanor ( Wright ), who laughingly calls him " tanglefoot ".
During an August 17, 1957, game, Ashburn hit a foul ball into the stands that struck spectator Alice Roth, wife of Philadelphia Bulletin sports editor, Earl Roth, breaking her nose.
During the 18th and 19th centuries, pedestrianism ( walking ) was a popular spectator sport just as equestrianism still is in places such as Great Britain and the United States.
During his term as mayor, Fournier confined himself to representative functions and acted more as a spectator, mainly because Jean Drapeau ’ s Civic Party controlled the city council.
During the rainy and windy Hassi stage, a 20-year-old spectator did not hear the zero car driven by Bruno Thiry coming.
During the ensuing argument, Connolly was struck in the mouth by a bottle thrown by a spectator.
During the game, an elderly spectator in the stands died from exposure
During 2008, $ 500, 000 was spent upgrading spectator facilities in preparation for the event.
During stage 14 a spectator leapt from the crowd and punched Merckx in the kidney.

During and attendances
During this period they played at the Victoria Cricket Ground ; however, they switched to a nearby ground at Sweetings Field in 1875 to cope with rising attendances.
During their most recent foray into the top flight of Scottish football, attendances frequently exceeded 6000, but in more recent years attendances have ranged between 2000 and 3000.
During the winter ( where football is dominant ), and summer ( where cricket is dominant ), racing takes a ' back seat ' position in relation to the cricket or football in terms of media coverage and attendances.
During the 1970s, scrum penalties for feeding the ball into the legs of the second row, packs moving off the " mark " or collapsing the scrum were seen as a major factor behind falling attendances.
During the mid-1980s, £ 300, 000 was spent on a series of improvements to the Bootham Crescent ground, which was funded by money generated during York's FA Cup run in the 1984 – 85 season, which included games against Arsenal and then Liverpool, including a replay at Liverpool in front of a crowd of 43, 000. York's average league attendances at Bootham Crescent from 1932 to 2011 The improvements included building hospitality suites behind the main stand, new club offices, turnstiles, new crush barriers, and the addition of more seats to the Popular Stand, giving a seating capacity of 2, 883 seats out of a total capacity of 13, 185.
During Leeds City's brief history, attendances were among the worst in the league.
During the latter campaign, the club was the 37th-best followed team in Europe regarding average attendances.
During the 2009 – 10 League One campaign, attendances increased significantly, attracting 29, 901 against Milton Keynes Dons in the Football League Trophy and then, just 4 days later, 31, 385 in a South Coast derby against Portsmouth in the FA Cup.
During the 2010-11 League One campaign, the team was strongly backed by fans and attendances rarely went below 18, 000.
During the homeless years, particularly those spent on the Northside, attendances continued to fall with the exception of those recorded during the club's residence at the RDS, which included an opening attendance of 22, 000.
During major shows with large visitor attendances, extra shuttle trains are run between the venue and Canning Town station, with interchange at Canning Town station to London Underground's Jubilee Line.
During this time, attendances increased substantially for most clubs and television revenue gained prominence and importance.
During the early 1980s, Croatia were often drawing home attendances of 10, 000 in the NSW State League ; however, National League clubs averaged crowds of only 3, 000.
During the war, Constantine continued his cricket career as a league professional ; also, as a popular player who could boost crowd attendances, he appeared in many wartime charity games.
During this time, attendances increased substantially for most clubs and television revenue gained prominence and importance.

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