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Even and oldest
Even older rocks, such as the Acasta gneiss of the Slave craton in northwestern Canada, the oldest known rock in the world have been metamorphosed to the point where their origin is undiscernable without laboratory analysis.
Even the oldest traces of human writing include swear words.
Even a great historian like Tacitus may have been unaware of the oldest of the three sisters, or perhaps the court deliberately obscured her identity because she was not a niece of Augustus.
Even so, it is only a couple of metres above the surrounding region, which consists of some of the oldest polders in existence.
Even so, the oldest manuscripts, being of the Alexandrian text-type, are the most favored, and the critical text has an Alexandrian disposition.
Even today, as prominent a temple as Osaka's Shitennō-ji, founded in 593 by Shōtoku Taishi and the oldest state-built Buddhist temple in the country, has a torii straddling one of its entrances.
Even in the oldest available records, such as the Code of Hammurabi in ancient Babylon, the dowry is described as an already-existing custom.
Even so, the oldest manuscripts, being of the Alexandrian text-type, are the most favored, and the critical text has an Alexandrian disposition.
Even the wealthy Lucius Aemilius Paullus Macedonicus did not hesitate in giving his two oldest boys up for adoption, one to the Cornelii Scipiones ( Scipio Aemilianus, the winner of the Third Punic War ) the other to Quintus Fabius Maximus Cunctator.
Even though part of Silesian Voivodeship, Będzin belongs to historic Lesser Poland, and it is one of the oldest towns of this province.
Even though Olduvai Gorge is the type site, Oldowan tools from here are not the oldest known examples.
Even the two oldest parks still in use differ on this point: the Cubs sit on the third-base side at Wrigley while the Red Sox inhabit the first-base dugout at Fenway.
* Fitch, Even, Tabin & Flannery, Chicago's oldest law firm
Even a 9th-century date would make it one of the oldest surviving Welsh works of poetry.
Even though rowing is the oldest intercollegiate sport, the men have always chosen not to join the NCAA.
Even though its publication has been interrupted by World War I and Soviet occupation of Lithuania, Lietuvos žinios bills itself as the oldest newspaper in Lithuania.
Even the oldest agricultural cultures ( 4500 BC to 3300 BC ) left behind only little evidence of settlement.
Even today, the oldest books in the early American colleges oftentimes bear the bookplate of a literary society.
Even though the fertile crescent civilizations are considered the oldest in history, at the time the Burney relief was made other late bronze age civilizations were equally in full bloom.

Even and times
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.
Even so, forces with inferior weapons have still emerged victorious at times, for example in the Wars of Scottish Independence and in the First Italo – Ethiopian War.
Even earlier examples of this sentiment may be found in Wild Talents by author Charles Fort where he makes the statement: "... a performance that may some day be considered understandable, but that, in these primitive times, so transcends what is said to be the known that it is what I mean by magic.
Even past the medieval times, characteristics of a closed social systems that define any caste system, existed in England through the modern times.
Even in Roman times, hundreds of votive statues remained, described by Pliny the Younger and seen by Pausanias.
Even when liquefied, hydrogen has a higher specific energy but the volumetric energetic storage is still roughly five times lower than gasoline.
Even as the designs became more elaborate, visual depictions of the Labyrinth from Roman times until the Renaissance are almost invariably unicursal.
Even so, the term " the black man " was used for centuries in reference to the Devil, up until contemporary times when " black man " was used to replace the term " Negro " and the satanic sense was lost.
Even though some groups dissociate themselves from other ( Nichiren )- Buddhists most Nichiren Buddhists enjoy a peaceful coexistence with other religious groups in modern times, in societies which are based on freedom of belief.
Even the scientific handling of law, which has grown up during medieval times in the new universities in Italy ( in particular in Bologna, Mantua ) did not come to a full and clear separation.
Even though the waves may occur down to great depths, occasionally the waves are almost imperceptible at the surface, at other times they can be seen clearly in satellite imagery.
Even though Johann Bayer gave Thuban the designation Alpha, its apparent magnitude of 3. 65 is 3. 7 times fainter than the brightest star in the constellation, Gamma Draconis ( Eltanin ), whose apparent magnitude is 2. 24.
Even up to modern times, the Wanniyala-Aetto used to swear oaths of truth by the divinity of the sun, saying ' upon Maha Suriyo Deviyo '.
Even though natural product drug discovery has not probably been the most fashionable trend in pharmaceutical industry in recent times, a large proportion of new chemical entities still are nature-derived compounds, and thus, it has been suggested that effectiveness of combinatorial chemistry could be improved by enhancing the chemical diversity of screening libraries.
Even though Plymouth celebrated Forefathers ' Day several times between 1769 and 1798, and used a variety of terms to honor Plymouth's founders, Pilgrims was not mentioned, other than in Robbins ' 1793 recitation.
Even big budget films usually hand-draw animation shooting on " 2's " ( one hand-drawn frame is shown twice, so only 12 unique frames per second ) and a lot of animation is drawn on " 4's " ( one hand-drawn frame is shown four times, so only six unique frames per second ).
Even as times changed, the GSM PLMN objectives conceptually remained the same.
Even extraordinary taxes like those paid by the Athenians in times of war did not exist.
Even in ancient times nothing seems to have been known of his life except what can be gathered from notices in his Historia Ecclesiastica (" Church History "), which departed from its ostensible model, Eusebius of Caesarea, in emphasizing the place of the emperor in church affairs and in giving secular as well as church history.
Even in recent times, direct measurement is used to increase confidence in the validity of the measurements.
Even though it is difficult at times to understand completely the lyrics that are being said rappers still get the heat for causing violence and disturbance within society because of their intense message of rebelling against the system.
Even if one is studying a particular cell type, that cell may make different sets of proteins at different times, or under different conditions.
Even at ten times the £ 250, Locosts frequently cost far less than a car of similar performance.
Even though most Maya tales are the results of an historical process in which Spanish narrative traditions interacted with native ones, some of the tales reach back well into pre-Spanish times.

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