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Every and line
Every line of written text is a mere reflection of references from any of a multitude of traditions, or, as Barthes puts it, " the text is a tissue of quotations drawn from the innumerable centres of culture "; it is never original.
Every week Holbrook writes the story line for the next three weeks for one of his strips and draws the next three weeks ' worth of strips for another.
Every sequence that ran off to infinity in the real line will then converge to ∞ in this compactification.
Every real number, whether integer, rational, or irrational, has a unique location on the line.
If the book itself, Animal Farm, had left any doubt of the matter, Orwell dispelled it in his essay Why I Write: ' Every line of serious work that I ’ ve written since 1936 has been written directly or indirectly against Totalitarianism ... dot, dot, dot, dot.
" Orwell stated in " Why I Write " ( 1946 ): " Every line of serious work that I have written since 1936 has been written, directly or indirectly, against totalitarianism and for democratic socialism, as I understand it.
Every time a customer finishes paying for their items ( or a person steps off the escalator, or the machine part is removed from the assembly line, etc.
Every time another object or customer enters the line to wait, they join the end of the line and represent the “ enqueue ” function.
The work is much more accessible than Sana ’ i ’ s for instance ; " Every line of the Rubaiyat has more meaning than almost anything you could read in Sufi literature ".
Every pair of points belongs to a unique line.
Ebert concludes his review with the following line: " Every time I see the film, I feel a great sadness, that a human imagination could be so limited that it sees its own extinction as a victory.
Every aspect of the line matrix printer is designed to deliver higher reliability, fast throughput, and greater resistance to rough handling and hazardous environmental conditions.
Every subway line that crosses 42nd Street has a stop on 42nd Street:
Every type of terminal had a hard-wired communications card which supported only the operation of one type of terminal without compatibility with other types of terminals on the same line.
The argument over the quality of Fitzgerald ’ s translation of the Rubaiyat has, according to Dougan, diverted attention from a fuller understanding of the deeply esoteric message contained in Omar ’ s actual material – " Every line of the Rubaiyat has more meaning than almost anything you could read in Sufi literature ".
Every Victoria line station apart from Pimlico was built as an interchange station, and several existing stations were rearranged to allow for cross-platform interchange with the new line.
The first line of Camper Van Beethoven's song " Take the Skinheads Bowling " is " Every day, I get up and pray to Jah.
Every fifth letter will appear on the same line, so the plaintext becomes
The offset part of the logical address contains an offset inside the segment, i. e. the physical address can be calculated as ( if the address line A20 is enabled ), respectively ( segment_part × 16 + offset ) mod 2 < sup > 20 </ sup > ( if A20 is off ) Every segment has a size of 2 < sup > 16 </ sup > bytes.
Every time Bugs dares Sam to " step across that line ", he can't help but do so, even if he steps off into empty space or down a mine shaft.
Every such line meets the sphere of radius one centered in the origin exactly twice, say in P = ( x, y, z ) and its antipodal point (− x, − y, − z ).
* Every line contains at least two points.

Every and serious
In Anime Essentials: Every Thing a Fan Needs to Know, Giles Poitras wrote " More humorous and less serious looking than the characters in the Lodoss War series, the stars of Slayers provide action and laughs ".
Every year, between 200 and 300 people are injured during the run although most injuries are contusions due to falls and are not serious.
(...) The system of this curious, and it should seem actually serious, plan — as far as we can learn — is as follows: — Every person, of either sex, who desires to enter into a treaty of marriage, is first to subscribe a certain sum.
Every thatched building was burnt out, although those with slates were saved from serious damage ; the Durham Ox sign was burnt down.

Every and work
Every few days, in the early morning, as the work progressed, twenty men would appear to push it ahead and to shift the plank foundation that distributed its weight widely on the Rotunda pavement, supported as it is by ancient brick vaulting.
According to medical intuitive and author, Caroline Myss, who described chakras in her work Anatomy of the Spirit ( 1996 ), " Every thought and experience you've ever had in your life gets filtered through these chakra databases.
Every document window is an object with which the user can work.
Robyn stated to Aftonbladet, a Swedish newspaper site, that she wanted to start recording a new album in the beginning of 2009 and that she will work with producers such as Kleerup (" With Every Heartbeat ") as well as Klas Åhlund who she worked with on Robyn.
Other entries of the era, like Uncivil Warriors, A Pain in the Pullman, False Alarms, Grips, Grunts and Groans, The Sitter Downers, Dizzy Doctors, Tassels in the Air, We Want Our Mummy, Nutty but Nice, An Ache in Every Stake and In the Sweet Pie and Pie are considered among the team's finest work.
" Aside from merely disputing readings of his own work, however, in " Letter on ' Humanism ,'" Heidegger asserts that " Every humanism is either grounded in a metaphysics or is itself made to be the ground of one.
# Every good work of software starts by scratching a developer's personal itch.
Every evening, about an hour and a quarter, known as Quiet Hour, is set aside during which boys are expected to study or prepare work for their teachers if not otherwise engaged.
Every day about 37, 000 people come to Zug to work, 12, 000 of whom are from the canton of Lucerne.
Every weekday, more than 1. 3 million people commute to the Argentine capital for work and other business.
Every aspect of police work was chronicled, step by step: From patrols and paperwork, to crime scene investigation, lab work and questioning witnesses or suspects.
Every year hundreds of volunteers work to create exciting new events for our festival for you to enjoy.
*„ Every human being is a work of art .“ 1985
One notable exception was his work on a Yoko Ono Lennon tribute album, Every Man Has A Woman ( 1984 ) ( Polydor ); another was a cover of " Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah " recorded for Hal Willner's 1988 tribute album Stay Awake: Various Interpretations of Music from Vintage Disney Films.
Every day his men would work hard erecting the first of several proposed towers ; but the next morning they would return to find the masonry collapsed in a heap.
Every machine is constructed for the purpose of performing certain mechanical operations, each of which supposes the existence of two other things besides the machine in question, namely, a moving power, and an object subject to the operation, which may be termed the work to be done.
Every century except the 21st has seen major building work or adaptations at the castle.
Hohman's best known work is the collection of prayers and recipes for folk-healing titled Pow-Wows, or the Long Lost Friend, published in German in 1820 as Der Lange Verborgene Freund ( The Long-Hidden Friend ) and in two English translations — the first in 1846 in a rather crude translation by Hohman himself (" The Long Secreted Friend or a True and Christian Information for Every Body ") and the second in 1856 by a different and more fluent translator (" The Long Lost Friend ; a Collection of Mysterious and Invaluable Arts and Remedies for Man as well as Animals ").
Every hour, the capitalist receives $ 40 worth of work and only pays the worker $ 10, capturing the remaining $ 30 as gross revenue.
Every year he exhibited work of one class or another: occasionally a public monument in the round, like those of Pasquale Paoli ( 1798 ) or Captain Montague ( 1802 ) for Westminster Abbey, of Sir William Jones for University College, Oxford ( 1797 – 1801 ), of Nelson or Howe for St Paul's Cathedral ; more often memorials for churches, with symbolic Acts of Mercy or illustrations of Scripture texts, both commonly in low relief ( 1801 ), Miss Cromwell, Chichester ( 1800 ), Mrs Knight, Milton, Cambridge ( 1802 ), and many more ; and these pious labours he would vary from time to time with a classical piece like those of his earliest predilection.

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