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Every time he throws a point above ten ( or passes ten -- whence the name of the game ), the banker must double the player's stakes and the stakes of all those who have risked their money on the same chance.
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Every and time
Every recorded request by Thomas for a delay in a flank movement or an advance was to gain time to take care of his horses.
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 time a speech sound is produced for a given phoneme, it will be slightly different from other utterances, even for the same speaker.
Every decision made by German or opposing forces required time to gather information, make a decision, disseminate orders to subordinates, and then implement this decision through action.
Every time you have a Prime Minister who wants to make all the decisions, it mainly leads to bad results.
Every time a diode switches from on to off or vice versa, the configuration of the linear network changes.
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.
Every convict detained in a TBS-clinic may get temporary leave, after serving a certain time or after some progress in treatment.
Every time a stopper stops the raider from going back to his starting point, that stoppers team gets 1 point.
Every time an MTA receives an email message, it adds a < tt > Received </ tt > trace header field to the top of the header of the message, thereby building a sequential record of MTAs handling the message.
Every time we repeat a measurement with a sensitive instrument, we obtain slightly different results.
Approaching Smith one day during spring training, Herzog said, " Every time you hit a fly ball, you owe me a buck.
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.
Every and point
Every Halloween, Dabney House conducts the infamous " Millikan pumpkin-drop experiment " from the top of Millikan Library, the highest point on campus.
* Every topological space X is a dense subspace of a compact space having at most one point more than X, by the Alexandroff one-point compactification.
Every gymnast starts at a different point on the vault runway depending on their height and strength.
Every point on the Lorenz curve represents a statement like " the bottom 20 % of all households have 10 % of the total income.
Every ferromagnetic substance has its own individual temperature, called the Curie temperature, or Curie point, above which it loses its ferromagnetic properties.
Every patient with a point total of 6 or higher is unequivocally classified as an RA patient, provided he has synovitis in at least one joint and given that there is no other diagnosis better explaining the synovitis.
Historian Barry Adam notes, " Every social movement must choose at some point what to retain and what to reject out of its past.
From a pro-independence supporter's point of view, the movement for Taiwan independence began under Qing rule in the 1680s which led to a well known saying those days, " Every three years an uprising, every five years a rebellion ".
Every number is thought of as a decimal fraction with the initial decimal point omitted, which determines the filing order.
Every non-empty intersection of a 3-sphere with a three-dimensional hyperplane is a 2-sphere ( unless the hyperplane is tangent to the 3-sphere, in which case the intersection is a single point ).
Every point that is expressed in ellipsoidal coordinates can be expressed as an ( Cartesian ) coordinate.
Maxwell Fyfe brought up Raeder's order of 15 October 1939, which read: " Measures which are considered necessary from a military point of view will have to be carried out, even if they are not covered by existing international law ... Every protest from neutral powers will have to be turned down ... The more ruthlessly economic warfare is waged ... the sooner the war will come to an end ".
( As one later wrote of finally being forced to make an anti-American statement: " I had learned what we all learned over there: Every man has his breaking point.