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Every bone and muscle in his body showed, but he did not give the appearance of starving.
from Brown Corpus
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Every and bone
Every square inch of a giant bone had to support 10 times the weight borne by a square inch of human bone.
Every and muscle
Every day, having hardly finished working in the surgery room, Favaloro would spend hours and hours reviewing coronary angiograms and studying coronary arteries and their relation with the cardiac muscle.
Every and body
Every six months the presidency rotates between the states, in an order predefined by the Council's members, allowing each state to preside over the body.
# Moral law of karma: Every action ( by way of body, speech, and mind ) will have karmic results ( a. k. a. reaction ).
A February 2, 1893 article in the New York Sun stated that, " Every groan from the fiend, every contortion of his body was cheered by the thickly packed crowd.
Every planetary body ( including the Earth ) is surrounded by its own gravitational field, which exerts an attractive force on all objects.
The last two lines of the Act IV-scene 2 funeral song may also have inspired the lines W. H. Auden, the librettist for Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress, puts into the mouth of Anne Truelove at the end of the opera: " Every wearied body must late or soon return to dust ".
Every surveyed solid body in the solar system was found to be cratered, and there was no reason to believe that the Earth had somehow escaped bombardment from space.
Every Shintaido practice begins with warming-up exercises designed to soften and extend the body until it can move naturally, without the tensions of everyday life.
Every cell has a cell potential ; biological electricity has the same chemical underpinnings as the current between electrochemical cells, and thus can be duplicated outside the body.
" Every part of his body has been replaced, with the exception of " all the diodes down left side ," which have been giving him severe pain for the whole of his existence.
Every statistical indicator of progress, from " kill ratios " and " body counts " to village pacification was fed to the press and to the Congress.
Every cell in the human body, apart from enucleated red blood cells and the haploid gametes, has 23 pairs of chromosomes ( for a total of 46 ).
Every noble family possessed a body of manuscripts containing genealogical and other material, and the work of the best poets was used for teaching purposes in the bardic schools.
Every state in the United States has a regulatory body ( usually called a state bar association ) that polices lawyer conduct.
Every animal's diving reflex is triggered specifically by cold water contacting the face – water that is warmer than does not cause the reflex, and neither does submersion of body parts other than the face.
Every such black body emits from its surface with a spectral radiance that Kirchhoff labeled ( for specific intensity, the traditional name for spectral radiance ).
Every year, the general assembly elects its governing body, which in turn chooses the president and the board from its members.
Every and showed
Every poem code message commenced with an indicator-group of five letters, which showed which five words of an agent's poem had been used to encrypt the message.
Every artist she showed the script to had declined to take on the project, so it was offered to aspiring artist Arthur Adams, whose samples had been given to editor Carl Potts and Nocenti, his assistant editor, by editor Al Milgrom.
* Some war games showed that a gradual escalation by the United States could be evenly matched by North Vietnam: Every year, 200, 000 North Vietnamese came of draft age and potentially could be sent down the Ho Chi Minh Trail to replace any losses against the U. S .: the U. S. would be ' fighting the birthrate '
* Tom, Dick and Harry, for a series of three specific unnamed ( usually male ) people ; or for any number of unknown people, usually with the term " every ", for example: " Every Tom, Dick and Harry showed up to the party ".
Following a Pentagon survey that showed only 55 % of soldiers and 40 % of Marines would report a colleague for abusing civilians, Mattis told his Marines in May 2007, “ Whenever you show anger or disgust toward civilians, it's a victory for Al Qaeda and other insurgents .” Reflecting an understanding of the need for restraint in war as key to defeating an insurgency, he added that, " Every time you wave at an Iraqi civilian, Al Qaeda rolls over in its grave.
Every scene that showed blood was edited out, e. g. the cinema release's pre-credits scene in which blood gushes from the coffin of Zimmer's daughter after he plunges a shovel into it.
Every and did
Every Mac made between 1986 and 1998 has a SCSI port on the back, making external expansion easy ; also, " toaster " Compact Macs did not have easily accessible hard drive bays ( or, in the case of the Mac Plus, any hard drive bay at all ), so on those models, external SCSI disks were the only reasonable option.
Good Trouble ( 1982 ) and Wheels Are Turnin ' ( 1984 ) were follow-up albums which also did well commercially, the former containing the hit singles " Keep the Fire Burnin '" ( U. S. # 7 ), " Sweet Time " ( U. S. # 26 ) and the un-ranked " The Key " and the latter containing the # 1 hit single " Can't Fight This Feeling " plus three more hits: " I Do ' Wanna Know " ( U. S. # 29 ), " One Lonely Night " ( U. S. # 19 ), " Live Every Moment " ( U. S. # 34 ) and the un-ranked " Break His Spell ".
Every lethal viral disease presents a paradox: killing its host is obviously of no benefit to the virus, so how and why did it evolve to do so?
McCann says: " TW3 ... did its research, thought its arguments through and seemed unafraid of anything or anyone ... Every hypocrisy was highlighted and each contradiction was held up for sardonic inspection.
Every hour that Napoleon could have attacked earlier as he did, would have been is his favour, but the French could not attack in the morning for the simple reason that the entire army had not yet taken its battle positions.
Every Balangay that did not gain Sanggunian Bayan status were dissolved and annexed by greater provincial or popular councils.
Every program involving either Catholic or Protestant churches in which we participated was carefully scrutinized .... Every topic which had possible theological nuances or implications was vetoed, and only when the Rav pronounced it to be satisfactory did we proceed to the dialogue.
Although they never replicated their earlier success, the group did manage to score a few hits with " It's So Nice ( To Have You Home )" ( 1976 ), " I Wanna Go Back " ( 1977 ) and " Anthem ( One Day in Every Week )" ( 1978 ).
The Highland MP and antiquarian, Charles Fraser-Mackintosh, comments on late eighteenth century evictions in the area of Kingussie, in his second series of " Antiquarian Notes " ( Inverness 1897, pp 369 et seq, public domain ) as follows: " Mr James MacPherson of Ossianic fame, who acquired Phoiness, Etterish, and Invernahaven, began this wretched business and did it so thoroughly that not much remained for his successors ....... Every place James MacPherson acquired was cleared, and he also had a craze for changing and obliterating the old names ......
Every day, records were taken including what he did at what time, weight, and anything else of note.
Every crusader would receive an indulgence, including those who simply helped pay the expenses of a crusader, but did not go on crusade themselves.
The market asked for 16 bit systems but there was no real 16bit multi-user OS for 16bit systems. Every month Phase One announced OASIS-16 but it did not come.
He was well known to television audiences as a team captain on the long-running BBC2 series Call My Bluff, and did voice-overs for advertisements, including Cadbury's Fruit & Nut chocolate (" Everyone's a Fruit and Nut case "), Batchelors ' Savoury Rice (" Every grain will drive them insane!
* According to American activist folk musician Pete Seeger, Jeanette Turner did a loose English translation, " a singable translation " of the poem in with a different title, I Come And Stand At Every Door and sent a note to Seeger asking " Do you think you could make a tune for it?
Every one worked half the time and played half the time, and the people enjoyed the work as much as they did the play, because it is good to be occupied and to have something to do.
Their subsequent albums did not achieve the same commercial success of Every Man and Woman is a Star.
For the part of Ted, Hughes saw a number of actors for the role: " Every single kid who came in to read for the part ... did the whole, stereotyped high school nerd thing.