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Every and photograph
Every time the photograph bends, even a little, this can break down the emulsion.
Every time the video ( tele ) part of the telecine samples the light electronically, the film ( cine ) part of the telecine must have a frame in perfect registration and ready to photograph.
Every crew of every expedition launched from Baikonur leaves behind a signed crew photograph that is displayed behind the glass.
The photograph was placed on the front cover of the News Chronicle ( now the Daily Mail ) the following morning under the tagline " Every picture tells a story ".
Every day, Russell faces the prejudices of his world ; his publisher does not even allow his photograph to be printed.

Every and I
Every time I closed my eyes, I saw Gray Eyes rushing at me with a knife.
Every chance I got I left the hotel to visit Lilly.
Every detail in his interpretation has been beautifully thought out, and of these I would especially cite the delicious laendler touch the pianist brings to the fifth variation ( an obvious indication that he is playing with Viennese musicians ), and the gossamer shading throughout.
`` Every month, f'r three days '', he said happily, `` I take no water into my system, no water whatsoever.
Every day I visit a different hotel.
Four other hits from the album made the Pop top 20: " Every Heartbeat " ( No. 2 ), " That's What Love Is For " ( No. 7 ), " Good For Me " ( No. 8 ), and " I Will Remember You " ( No. 20 ).
Every bijective function g has an inverse g < sup >− 1 </ sup >, such that gg < sup >− 1 </ sup > = I ;
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.
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.
Of Christianity he has this to say: "... it is not now true for me ... Every believing Christian is, I am sure, my spiritual brother ... but if systemically I called myself a Christian I feel that to most men I should imply too much and so tell a lie.
Every time he gets up now I keep thinking, ' What on earth is Councillor Major doing?
Every morning I count them.
* 1979 – Keith Buckley, American singer ( Every Time I Die )
Every time you hit a ground ball, I owe you a buck.
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 and subsequently
Every time the boy had an injury which caused him internal or external bleeding, the Tsarina called on Rasputin, and the Tsarevich subsequently got better.
Durbin made her first film appearance in 1936 with Judy Garland in Every Sunday, and subsequently signed a contract with Universal Studios.
The revamped musical had a new song, " Every Movie's A Circus ", a new set, and new stars, Betty Buckley and John Barrowman. Michael Bauer, who had played DeMille in the original production replaced Benzali as Max, a role he played until the end of the London run ( and subsequently on the UK tour and the BBC concert ) and Anita Louise Combe
Section 2615 of the Welfare and Institutions Code of California declares, “ Every person, firm or corporation, or officer or agent thereof that brings or assists in bringing into the State any indigent person who is not a resident of the State, knowing him to be an indigent person, is guilty of a misdemeanor .” A complaint was subsequently filed against Edwards in Justice Court, where he was convicted and sentenced to six months imprisonment in the county jail.
Rules for Orangutan player characters subsequently appeared in Polyhedron # 153 as a homage to the 1978 film Every Which Way But Loose.
( Note: the order of these first two events has been questioned by James Bednarz, who argues that "( a ) Histriomastix was deliberately launched in the final weeks of 1599 to serve as a critique of Jonson's first " comicall satire " Every Man Out, and that ( b ) Jonson's disparagement of Histriomastix in Every Man Out ( III. iv. 29 ) was subsequently added to the acting script of his already completed play, before the end of the same year, as a rejoinder to Marston's initial attack.
At the insistence of Grant, Drake was subsequently signed to a film contract by RKO Pictures and David Selznick, where she appeared, opposite Grant, in her first film, the romantic comedy Every Girl Should Be Married ( 1948 ).
Sipho had gained the attention of Mick Jones ( formerly of The Clash ) through his performance in the 1985 documentary Electrorock, and had subsequently performed on Big Audio Dynamite's track " C ' Mon Every Beatbox " from the album " No. 10 Upping Street ".

Every and printed
Every bag of Nestlé chocolate chips sold in North America has a variation ( butter vs. margarine is now a stated option ) of her original recipe printed on the back.
Every graphic can be printed.
It said: " Every piece of printed literature, television advertising and internet banner advertising always features the wording ' The RSPCA is a charity registered in England and Wales.
Every performance at the Wiener Staatsoper is reviewed by an independent company in the opera publication Der Neue Merker ( The New Flag ) which is printed in about 2000 copies.
Every single one of the 75, 000 copies printed was sold.
Every publishing company that had printed it was closed and sealed, diocesan newspapers were proscribed, and limits imposed on the paper available for Church purposes.
It said: " Every piece of printed literature, television advertising and internet banner advertising always features the wording ' The RSPCA is a charity registered in England and Wales '".
Every card which carries the brain icon also has a number printed just below it.
An early printed reference to " testosterone poisoning " came from actor Alan Alda's article, " What Every Woman Should Know About Men ", published in Ms. Magazine in 1975.
Every edition of the Talmud that was ever published has this commentary printed on the same page of the Talmud itself.
The earliest printed reference to the original proverb is attributed to the British playwright Ben Jonson in his 1598 play, Every Man in His Humour, which was performed first by William Shakespeare.
Every title published by the Publications Department is an endorsement of the Institute ’ s commitment to maintaining the exceptional quality that has been attained by its printed media.

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