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Every so often, the growth of claws stops and restarts, as does hair.
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Every so often the diminishing sound of a car came under the trailer as it slowed down for the wreck then speeded up again as it got clear.
Every man who dabbles in the market to make a little easy money on the side and suffers losses could at the time hardly face his wife who was wondering how her husband could be so dumb.
Every winter a kegful of this sauce was made and placed at the end of a row of four other kegs in the cellar, so that when its turn came, it was properly mellowed.
Every such subset has a smallest element, so to specify our choice function we can simply say that it maps each set to the least element of that set.
Every associative algebra is obviously alternative, but so too are some strictly nonassociative algebras such as the octonions.
Every Andalusian region or comarca has its own variety of this popular food so there are many types of gazpacho.
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 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.
Every hyperbola is congruent to the origin-centered East-West opening hyperbola sharing its same eccentricity ε ( its shape, or degree of " spread "), and is also congruent to the origin-centered North-South opening hyperbola with identical eccentricity ε — that is, it can be rotated so that it opens in the desired direction and can be translated ( rigidly moved in the plane ) so that it is centered at the origin.
Every atom across this plane has an individual set of emission cones .</ p > < p > Drawing the billions of overlapping cones is impossible, so this is a simplified diagram showing the extents of all the emission cones combined.
King Mangra was so impressed that he allegedly remarked, " Every part of the Thai is blessed with venom.
Every objective has a different size ring, so for every objective another condenser setting has to be chosen.
Every associative algebra is obviously power-associative, but so are all other alternative algebras ( like the octonions, which are non-associative ) and even some non-alternative algebras like the sedenions.
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 year, growers fold the higher parts of the plant downward so the plant stays at heights accessible by a standing human.
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?
The convention details ( amongst other things ) that " Every driver shall keep to the edge of the carriageway appropriate to the direction of traffic ", and the " Drivers overtaking shall do so on the side opposite to that appropriate to the direction of traffic ", notwithstanding the presence or absence of oncoming traffic.
Every Duke thereafter has either died without heirs or succeeded to the Crown, and so has not been able to leave the Royal Family.
Every prime ideal P in a Boolean ring R is maximal: the quotient ring R / P is an integral domain and also a Boolean ring, so it is isomorphic to the field F < sub > 2 </ sub >, which shows the maximality of P. Since maximal ideals are always prime, prime ideals and maximal ideals coincide in Boolean rings.
Every autumn, according to Plutarch ( Life of Lycurgus, 28, 3 – 7 ), the Spartan ephors would pro forma declare war on the helot population so that any Spartan citizen could kill a helot without fear of blood or guilt ( crypteia ).
Every microwave oven sold has a protective interlock so that it cannot be run when the door is open or improperly latched.
Every ancient reference to Balaam considers him a non-Israelite, a prophet, and the son of Beor, though Beor is not so clearly identified.
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Jimmy Hatlo's They'll Do It Every Time was often drawn in the two-panel format as seen in this 1943 example.
Jimmy Hatlo's They'll Do It Every Time was often displayed in a two-panel format with the first panel showing some deceptive, pretentious, unwitting or scheming human behavior and the second panel revealing the truth of the situation.
Every species can be given a unique ( and, one hopes, stable ) name, as compared with common names that are often neither unique nor consistent from place to place and language to language.
* Van Diemen's Land is often mentioned in the works of Flogging Molly, such as in the song " Every Dog Has Its Day.
Every second ( or more often in advanced levels ), a piece comes in from the side and possibly pushes other pieces forward.
Every natural hollow is full of water, around the margin of which, long grasses, reeds and other aquatic plants grow in the greatest profusion, often making it difficult to say where the land ends and the water begins.
People seem to be content with what they have ; their poverty is not depicted as unbearable, and it does not prevent them from being fervent patriots (" Every man's fust duty is ter get as many children as ' e bloomin ' well can ") or from enjoying their spare time ( which is often spent in pubs ; also Liza drinks a lot ).
Every group has a presentation, and in fact many different presentations ; a presentation is often the most compact way of describing the structure of the group.
** The Fugitive Guy: Every so often, Letterman would introduce " Roger Campbell " ( Elliott, wearing an extremely bad toupée ), a new member of the Late Night crew.
Every year there are amateur races to climb the mountain as quickly and often as possible in 24 hours, the Ventoux Masterseries and " Les Cinglés du Mont Ventoux ".
Every Salsa composition involves complex African percussion based around the Clave Rhythm ( which has four types ), though there can be moments when the clave is hidden for a while, often when quoting Charanga, Changüí and Bomba.
Every so often, Ridge and Brooke reunite only to break up due to circumstances, and Ridge invariably finds comfort ( in most cases, this would lead to marriage ) with another love of his life Dr. Taylor Hayes.
Every evening they fly, often in groups and sometimes over long distances, to reach safe roosting sites such as dense trees or shrubs that impede predator movement, or, at higher latitudes, dense conifers that afford good wind protection.
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.
Every number excluding zero has a reciprocal, and reciprocals of certain irrational numbers often can prove useful for reasons linked to the irrational number in question.
Every episode is introduced and commented on by an unseen Narrator ( voice by late Dave Willock ), who often communicates with the racers as they drive.
Every year, mainly in the period from spring to autumn, pipe bands around the world compete against each other at various venues, often at Highland festivals.
Every so often, host George Noory will flip the show's format and have the longer interview guest on first to fill the first three hours of the show.
" Lift Every Voice and Sing " — often called " The Negro National Hymn ", " The Negro National Anthem ", " The Black National Anthem ", or " The African-American National Anthem "— is a song written as a poem by James Weldon Johnson ( 1871 – 1938 ) and set to music by his brother John Rosamond Johnson ( 1873 – 1954 ) in 1900.
" By the 1920s, copies of " Lift Every Voice and Sing " could be found in black churches across the country, often pasted into the hymnals.