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Every railway seemed to have its own idea of car design, and ready-made cars would necessarily be of Ohio Falls ’ design.
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Every town wanted to be a railway centre, and the government had great confidence in the ability of the free market to provide low freight rates to the province's farmers provided sufficient charters were issued to competing companies.
Every day, she saw trucks loaded with Jews heading to the railway station from where the trains left for concentration camps.
Every summer, a tourist train connects the ancient parts of the city with museums, the central railway station and the passenger ship terminal of Krems.
Every year around the time of the summer solstice this railway station is used by thousands of festival goers who travel to nearby Worthy Farm for the Glastonbury Festival ( about 7 miles from Glastonbury );— a parade of free buses and coaches take ticket holders to and from the festival site.
Every train included ten main battle tanks, two light amphibious tanks, several AA guns, as well as several Armoured Personnel Carriers, supply vehicles and equipment for railway repairs.
Every UK railway station, coach terminus, airport, ferry terminal, bus stop, taxi rank or other place where public transport can be joined or left is allocated a unique NaPTAN identifier.
* Every local authority has been allocated a unique prefix for their stop numbering, this ensures that stop numbers cannot be duplicated, in addition there are national number prefixes-900 for coach stops, 910 for railway stations, 920 for airports, 930 for ferry terminals and 940 for metro and tram stops, the national stop numbers are created centrally and not by local authorities.
Every public rail transportation system under the governmental regulation in Japan is classified either of railway or tramway.
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Every block, it seemed, became a parking lot while customers found it necessary to drive from one store to the next.
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.
During the spring, summer and fall of 1973, it seemed that the Federal Government had been involved in so much subterfuge and so many covert operations that, like the bodies of the faceless wetbacks that Juan Corona was convicted of slaughtering in California, the horror would never end ... Every novel is to some extent an inadvertent psychological portrait of the novelist, and I think that the unspeakable obscenity in < nowiki >'</ nowiki > Salem's Lot has to do with my own disillusionment and consequent fear for the future.
Every morning the crew lowered him in his wheelchair to a small boat which took him out to the cayes and barrier reef, were he seemed happy and contented.
Every day, it seemed, another once-stable European political reality would fall to the rapidly expanding Nazi armies, and the agonies of the death camps were beginning to reach our ears.
Every photograph I subsequently printed with the process seemed fantastic and each one seemed better than the previous one.
" That period seemed really arduous for me because I was so physically challenged by singing ", recalls Schwarzenbach, " Every day was full of dread, having to stand up there and see what would happen.
She internalized every emotion of the role with her usual intensity and conviction, from desperate gaiety to startled joy at her first stirrings of love for Alfredo, right on through to her deathbed scene, which tugged mightily at the heartstrings of even the most jaded opera-goers Every dramatic gesture seemed careful thought out, yet nothing appeared mannered or merely gratuitous.
Every look conveyed a sentiment with it: he seemed to have no occasion for other language, and indeed spoke little.
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Every legislator from Brasstown Bald to Folkston is going to have his every vote subjected to the closest scrutiny as a test of his political allegiances, not his convictions.
1 ) Every age rewrites the events of its history in terms of what should have been, creating legends about itself that rationalize contemporary beliefs and excuse contemporary actions.
Every library borrower, or at least those whose taste goes beyond the five-cent fiction rentals, knows what it is to hear the librarian say apologetically, `` I'm sorry, but we don't have that book.
Every single instance of altruistic behavior need not always increase inclusive fitness ; altruistic behaviors would have been selected for if such behaviors on average increased inclusive fitness in the ancestral environment.
Disraeli wrote a personal letter to Gladstone, asking him to place the good of the party above personal animosity: " Every man performs his office, and there is a Power, greater than ourselves, that disposes of all this ..." In responding to Disraeli Gladstone denied that personal feelings played any role in his decision then and previously to accept office, while acknowledging that there were differences between him and Derby " broader than you may have supposed.
Every one of us has been passing through days of anxiety ; we cannot, however, feel that peace has been established, but that we have nothing but an armistice in a state of war.
Every time you have a Prime Minister who wants to make all the decisions, it mainly leads to bad results.
Every adult and wise woman without husband although reserves the right to accept concubinage for her employer / master without any coercion or force, but Islamic scholars have consensus that for sex relations options of Nikkah and Muta should be adopted instead of concubinage in this era.
Most of his films have been at least partially financed by Telefilm Canada, and Cronenberg is a vocal supporter of government-backed film projects, saying " Every country needs system of government Grant ( money ) | grants in order to have a national cinema in the face of Hollywood ".
Every connected graph is an expander ; however, different connected graphs have different expansion parameters.
Every system must have a class designated as " root ", with one of its creation procedures designated as " root procedure ".
Every four years, during which an extra 24 hours have accumulated, one extra day is added to keep the count coordinated with the sun's apparent position.
Cobham was a common butt of veiled satire in Elizabethan popular literature ; he figures in Ben Jonson's Every Man in His Humour and may have been part of the reason The Isle of Dogs was suppressed.
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.
" 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 Bill which shall have passed the House of Representatives and the Senate, shall, before it become a Law, be presented to the President of the United States ; If he approves he shall sign it, but if not he shall return it, with his Objections to that House in which it shall have originated ...
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.
This was to be based on utilitarian principles ; he said: " Every man has a right to that, the exclusive possession of which being awarded to him, a greater sum of benefit or pleasure will result than could have arisen from its being otherwise appropriated.
Every now and again wulin needs to have a champion, a general or a commander to lead the collective resources of wulin participants for China.
When coming to Kubla Khan, he pointed out: " instead of being content to have written finely under the influence of laudanum, recommends ' Kubla-Khan ' to his readers, not as a poem, but as ' a psychological curiosity ' ... Every lover of books, scholar or not, who knows what it is to have his quarto open against a loaf at his tea ... ought to be in possession of Mr. Coleridge's poems, if it is only for ' Christabel ', ' Kubla Khan ', and the ' Ancient Mariner '.