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Even a city of thirty thousand might have six baseball teams, sponsored by grocers and hardware merchants or department stores, that played two or three times a week throughout the summer, usually in the cool of the evening, before an earnest and partisan audience who did not begrudge a quarter each, or even more, to be dropped into a hat when the game was half over.
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Even and city
Even apart from the fact that now at the age of 31 my personal life is being totally disrupted for the second time for no very compelling reason -- I cannot help looking around at the black leather jacket brigades standing idly on the street corners and in the taverns of every American city and asking myself if our society has gone mad.
Even when they are finished, however, the contrast will remain, for Istanbul is the only city in the world that is built upon two continents.
Even in the late 18th century the Abbess of Burtscheid was prevented from building a road linking her territory to the neighbouring estates of the duke of Jülich ; the city of Aachen even deployed its handful of soldiers to chase away the road-diggers.
Even though the island is just minutes off Interstate 880 in Oakland, the speed limit for the city is 25 mph ( 40 km / h ) on almost every road.
Even though the rights of the individual were not secured by the Athenian constitution in the modern sense ( the ancient Greeks had no word for " rights "), the Athenians enjoyed their liberties not in opposition to the government but by living in a city that was not subject to another power and by not being subjects themselves to the rule of another person.
Even the minimal requirements of a central government, skilled personnel and officers, equipment, and a capital city with government buildings were missing.
Even after several more rounds of deliberations, the Red Sox could not reach an agreement with the city of Boston for a new stadium.
Even with a license, Bargrave was prohibited from carrying any books, " printed at any heretical city, as Geneva, Amsterdam, Leyden, London, or the like ".
Even though every district has its own urban core, the real city center is between Bund to the east, Nanjing Rd to the north, Old City Temple and Huaihai Road to the south.
Even though it was not the capital city, Rio acted as a Brazilian unifier, and the fact that samba originated in Rio helped the unification process.
Even the less damaged buildings in entire city blocks were torn down by the order of occupational authorities and large swaths of land turned into public parks.
Even though the city is densely populated, many of the people are isolated and estranged from their loved ones.
Even if some sports are official sports of the IWGA, they can be classified as invitational by the hosting city.
Even after the recession hit, the city ’ s budget continued to increase, to a total of more than $ 6 billion a year.
Even though Perugia is located in the central part of Italy, the city experiences a humid subtropical climate ( Köppen climate classification Cfa ) similar to much of Northern Italy.
Even after this was done the allied city of Utica defected to Rome, and a Roman army of 80, 000 men gathered there.
Even though Zug has a population of about 25, 000 there are about 24, 000 jobs and 12, 900 registered companies in the city.
Even during his lifetime, the city was renamed Gorky following his return to the Soviet Union in 1932 on the invitation of Joseph Stalin.
Even within the city, not all roads are paved and some of the ones that are paved are not in good condition.
Even today in the city of Cusco, Peru it is common to see the flag around the city displayed even in government buildings and in Cusco main square.
Even though the city expended over eighty million dollars acquiring and demolishing homes, the area where the taken homes once stood is now vacant.
Even and thirty
Even thirty years after his death " Sultan Solyman " was quoted by the English playwright William Shakespeare as a military prodigy in The Merchant of Venice ( Act 2, Scene 1 ).
Even though the sitcom's ratings had fallen out of the top thirty programs, during the last few weeks of its third season, the series was still doing very well and more than holding its own against its chief competitor, The Monkees, which aired at the same time on NBC-TV.
Even though the Quebec Conservative Party dominated politics in that province for the first thirty years of Confederation at both the federal and provincial levels, in the 20th century the party was never able to be a force in provincial politics, being out of power starting in 1897, and ultimately dissolved into the Union Nationale in 1935 which took power in 1936 under Maurice Duplessis.
" Even actor Charlton Heston contributed to the movement, with the statement, " Don't trust anyone over thirty ," in the 1968 film Planet of the Apes ; the same year, actress and social activist Jane Fonda starred in the sexually-themed Barbarella.
Even so, a stirling comeback from the lower reaches of the top thirty to win on the season-ending Rally of Great Britain kept the Burns name well entrenched within public consciousness.
Even considering its position as the largest county in England, Yorkshire has a flourishing folk music culture, with over forty folk clubs and thirty annual folk music festivals.
Even though it's been more than thirty years since deregulation, some of these massive adjustments imposed at the end of a half century of regulation are still being considered transitional problems in their effect by the champions of privatization.
Even the nearly exhaustive official color scheme for the seal ( e. g., " the spear of Minerva shall be Oakwood, Cable No. 70094 and the tip white "), passed in 1967 -- thirty years after the structure was officially added -- failed to mention the building, and while the seal in the current carpet of the Governor's Office reception area in the State Capitol shows the building, it is shaded the same color as the mountains ( see image ' ca.
Even further west, there is an ancient dune that rises in elevation from twenty feet to thirty feet.
Even so, Pinter once estimated that his stage play The Caretaker, enjoying its first run at the time, would have be performed for thirty years before matching A Night Out < nowiki >'</ nowiki > s audience of 6, 380, 000.
Even though hundreds of natives were killed, Mendoza's brother was slain as well, along with thirty of his men and several horses at the Battle of the Luján River.
Even thirty years after leaving home, Carter was still very aware and affected by the home life that she was raised in, and has been quoted saying,
Even if Clinton did cost Americans some jobs because of free trade support, he allowed for more jobs than were lost because the unemployment rate of his presidency, and especially his second term, were the lowest they had been in thirty years ( Burns and Taylor 390 ).
Even and thousand
Even though in the 1960s, a couple ( of more than two thousand ) municipalities were governed by opposition parties, the first state government to be won by an opposition party was Baja California, in 1989.
Even with the addition of several thousand acres ( several km² ) housing prices continued to rise at record-matching paces.
Even now, after nearly a thousand years, the Norman influence on the English language is still apparent, though it did not begin to affect Middle English until somewhat later.
Even later the author makes the proposition that the Promised One is Subh-i-Azal himself, showing that the author truly did not believe that the appearance of the Promised One would have to take two thousand years.
Even then, broken down by disease and old age, carried on a litter and unable to move without assistance, his mental resources did not fail ; and in a conference with several of the Jacobite leaders he proposed that they should raise a body of three thousand men, which would be enough to make their mountains impregnable, and at length force the government to give them advantageous terms, but the project was not carried out.
Even with a thousand users junk email for advertising is not tenable, and with a million users it is not only impractical, but also expensive.
*「 十年生死兩茫茫 。 不思量 ， 自難忘 。 千里孤墳 ， 無處話淒涼 。 縱使相逢應不識 ， 塵滿面 、 鬢如霜 。 夜來幽夢忽還鄉 。 小軒窗 ， 正梳妝 。 相顧無言 ， 惟有淚千行 。 料得年年腸斷處 ： 明月夜 ， 短松岡 。」“ For ten years here I wander and there you lie ./ I don't think about you often ,/ yet how can I forget you !/ With your grave a thousand miles away ,/ where can I confide my loneliness ?/ Even if we met, could you recognize me ,/ with dust all over my face / and hair like frost ?/ Last night I had a dream in which I returned home ./ By the window ,/ you were combing your hair ./ We Looked at each other silently ,/ with tears streaming down our cheeks ./ There's a place which every year will be my misery ：/ the moonlit night ,/ the hill of short pines.
" Even after the murder of Quebec vice-premier Pierre Laporte, Chartrand remained steadfast in his beliefs, and proved it by bailing FLQ leader Charles Gagnon out of jail, paying nearly three thousand dollars of his own money.
Even so, pride in the village is high, with the general level of crime and vandalism being pretty low despite the close proximity of the South East Dorset conurbation with a combined population of three to four hundred thousand people.
#" Even a good surety has to be applied to for a hundred morrows ; a bad one for a hundred thousand.
Even with the amendment, Congress only appropriated several hundred thousand dollars to the law ’ s enforcement.
Even though the famous human Fingers-Mazda ( Thief of Fire ) is usually credited with being the Disc's first thief, Monolith probably predates him considerably (" Troll gods were hitting one another with clubs ten thousand years before we'd even stopped trying to eat rocks " ~ Samuel Vimes, Men at Arms ).
Even assuming a speed one hundred times faster than any of today's spaceprobes and a target planet within a couple of hundred light years would lead to a journey lasting several thousand years.
Even today in Maldive and Maliku speech, terms such as lakka duvas ( a hundred thousand days ) are used to refer to a huge number-in this case, a huge number of days ( or time ).