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Even today range riders will come upon mummified bodies of men who attempted nothing more difficult than a twenty-mile hike and slowly lost direction, were tortured by the heat, driven mad by the constant and unfulfilled promise of the landscape, and who finally died.
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Even and today
Even today there are some doubts about the value of education for Japanese women, but this University continues to grow and to send its students out into the community.
Even Norway, despite daily but limited manifestations against atomic arms in the heart of this northernmost capital of the alliance, is today closer to the NATO line.
Even today, the procedure is credited with ending the devastation caused by the early epidemics, and vaccination, in many ways an updated and modernized form of the procedure, continues to be recommended by the Centers for Disease Control for at-risk populations, such as potential victims of bioterrorism, and research scientists who work with surviving strains of the virus.
Even more than two hundred years later, during the last century, when Western specialists in Chinese, who had by that time created the discipline known as sinology, designed the early forms of numerous transcriptions used today, the first mistakes of enthusiastic missionaries, envoys and business men were not fully eliminated.
" Even today, though these errors have been recognized for more than a century, the general notion that Lao Tzu was Christ's forerunner has lost none of its romantic appeal.
Even today, many brass pedagogues take a rigid approach to teaching how a brass player's embouchure should function.
Even today, half a century later, many of the floating-point benchmarks to gauge the performance of new computer processors are still written in Fortran ( e. g., CFP2006, the floating-point component of the SPEC CPU2006 benchmarks ).
Even today, knowledge in the field advances so rapidly that many of the etymologies in contemporary dictionaries are outdated.
Even though Spain, the United Kingdom and Gibraltar are all part of the European Union, the border fence is still relevant today since Gibraltar is outside the customs union.
Even though the evangelist as depicted in the New Testament doesn't match the patristic description of Luke, the traditional view is still argued today.
Even today, the various memories and interpretations of this occupation still fuel animosities between Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
Even today the play is rarely performed in its entirety, and has only once been dramatised on film completely, with Kenneth Branagh's 1996 version.
Even today Russia shares many continuities of political culture and social structure with its tsarist and Soviet past.
Even today, Louchébem is still well-known and used among those working at point-of-sale in the meat retail industry.
Even and range
Even the mess sergeant, Bill Brown, a dapper, cocky transfer from an airborne division, went out on the range.
Even though this period-known in its earlier part as the Spring and Autumn period and the Warring States period-in its latter part was fraught with chaos and bloody battles, it is also known as the Golden Age of Chinese philosophy because a broad range of thoughts and ideas were developed and discussed freely.
Even species with lower population numbers now ( such as Siberian or Whooping Cranes ) are found over a considerable range in their migratory movements.
Even if this process is more complex than analog processing and has a discrete value range, the application of computational power to digital signal processing allows for many advantages over analog processing in many applications, such as error detection and correction in transmission as well as data compression.
Even simple tasks like cutting in a straight line or using a ruler can range from difficult to impossible, depending on the severity of the condition.
Even if such civilizations are rare, the scale argument indicates they should exist somewhere at some point during the history of the universe, and since they could be detected from far away over a considerable period of time, many more potential sites for their origin are within range of our observation.
Even the same gemstone can occur in many different colors: sapphires show different shades of blue and pink and " fancy sapphires " exhibit a whole range of other colors from yellow to orange-pink, the latter called " Padparadscha sapphire ".
Even in the narrow range of concentrations which make up steel, mixtures of carbon and iron can form a number of different structures, with very different properties.
By extrapolating from the other noble gases, it is expected that ununoctium has a boiling point between 320 and 380 K. This is very different from the previously estimated values of 263 K or 247 K. Even given the large uncertainties of the calculations, it seems highly unlikely that ununoctium would be a gas under standard conditions, and as the liquid range of the other gases is very narrow, between 2 and 9 kelvins, this element should be solid at standard conditions.
Even after PCs broke the 640 KB limit with the 80286, special programming techniques were required to address significant amounts of memory until the 80386, as opposed to other 32-bit processors such as SPARC which provided straightforward access to nearly their entire 4 GB memory address range.
Even within current operatic practice, contraltos are often classed as mezzo-sopranos, because singers in each range can cover for those in the other.
Even though he opposed the election of Margaret Thatcher as party leader in 1975, he was appointed as her industry spokesman from 1976 to 1979, and then occupied a range of ministerial positions during her premiership.
Even far outside its range, the reindeer is well known due to the myth, probably originating in early 19th century America, in which Santa Claus's sleigh is pulled by flying reindeer, a popular element of Christmas.
Even the 25 % of paratroops armed with submachine guns were at a distinct disadvantage, given the weapon's limited range.
Even though it is normal for residual sugar content in ice wine to run from 180 g / L up to as high as 320 g / L ( with a mean in the 220 g / L range ), ice wine is very refreshing ( as opposed to cloying ) due to high acidity.
Even lower densities are found on the southern edge of the breeding range, with just 9 pairs per square kilometre in Switzerland, and a total of just 100 pairs in the whole of northern Spain.
Even though this period was fraught with chaos and bloody battles, it is also known as the Golden Age of Chinese philosophy because a broad range of thoughts and ideas were developed and discussed freely.
Even in this early state the band played in a wide range of styles from folk to rock to experimental.
Performers who use acoustic 12-string guitars span a range of genres, from folk ( Arlo Guthrie, Keith Potger, John Denver, Gordon Lightfoot, Ben Woodward, Pete Seeger and Noel Paul Stookey ), through reggae ( Bob Marley ), traditional blues ( Lead Belly, Blind Willie McTell, and Guy Davis ), folk rock ( Paul Simon, Neil Young, Tim Buckley, Gerry Beckley, John Allan Cameron ) and country ( Pinmonkey's Michael Reynolds, Taylor Swift and Mike Nesmith ), to rock bands ( Mark Tremonti of Creed and Alter Bridge, Jimi Hendrix on " Hear My Train A-Comin ", Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, Richie Sambora of Bon Jovi, Carl Wilson of The Beach Boys, George Harrison, John Lennon of The Beatles, Robert Smith of The Cure, David Bowie for his " Space Oddity " live performances, Pete Townshend of The Who, Roger Hodgson ( ex-Supertramp ), who used acoustic 12-string on " Give a Little Bit ", " Even in the Quietest Moments ", " C ' est le Bon " and " Know Who You Are "; Melissa Etheridge, Tom Petty and Mike Campbell of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Greg Lake on " Lucky Man " and " Still ... You Turn Me On ", Brian May of Queen, Andy Partridge and Dave Gregory of XTC, and Nick Valensi of The Strokes ).