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For a brief period each year, the rays of the sun are warm enough to melt some of the snows piled a mile deep at the base of the headwalls, and then the pinnacles glisten in the daytime at high noon, and billions of gallons of water begin their slow seepage under the glaciers and across the rockstrewn hanging valleys on their long, meandering journey to the sea -- running east past the sky-carving massifs of Gurla Mandhata and Kemchenjunga, then turning south and curling down through the jungles of Assam, past the Khasi Hills, and into Bengal, past Sirinjani and Madaripur, until the hard water of the melting snows mingles with the soft drainage of fields and at length fans out to meld with the teeming salt depths of the Bay of Bengal.
For centuries the North Atlantic nations dominated the world and as long as they did they could afford the luxury of fighting each other.
In his recent book, Hurray For Anything ( 1957 ), one of the most important short poems -- and it is the title poem for one of the long jazz arrangements -- is written for recital with jazz.
For long hauls these shipments should be protected with water-proof paper.
For example, the marked susceptibility of the monkey to respiratory infection might be related to its delicate, long alveolar ducts and short, large bronchioles situated within a parenchyma entirely lacking in protective supportive tissue barriers such as those found in types 1, and 3.
For so long as death was not violent, it was natural and to be welcomed, making a funeral a feast.
" Swift extends the metaphor to get in a few jibes at England ’ s mistreatment of Ireland, noting that " For this kind of commodity will not bear exportation, and flesh being of too tender a consistence, to admit a long continuance in salt, although perhaps I could name a country, which would be glad to eat up our whole nation without it.
All these techniques help Poirot attain his principal target: " For in the long run, either through a lie, or through truth, people were bound to give themselves away …"
For a long time, scholars believed that the alphorn had been derived from the Roman-Etruscan lituus, because of their resemblance in shape, and because of the word liti, meaning Alphorn in the dialect of Obwalden.
For the Lamtuna leadership, this new ideology dovetailed with their long desire to refound the Sanhaja union and recover their lost dominions.
For long periods, urban areas such as Buenos Aires, Rosario, and Córdoba welcomed European immigrants, including, above all, those of Italian and Spanish descent.
For the case of an object that is small compared with the radial distance to its axis of rotation, such as a tin can swinging from a long string or a planet orbiting in a circle around the Sun, the angular momentum can be expressed as its linear momentum,, crossed by its position from the origin, r. Thus, the angular momentum L of a particle with respect to some point of origin is
For higher values, the surface diffusion of deposited atomic species would allow for the formation of crystallites with long range atomic order.
For example, the 2007 SIGGRAPH conference attracted about 30000 visitors, and CIKM only accepted 15 % of the long papers that were submitted in 2005.
For most of the history of bicycles ' popularity women have worn long skirts, and the lower frame accommodated these better than the top-tube.
Soon after, he confided in her, " For so long we were ruled over by a madman and a murderer, and now by a fool and a pig.
For a binomial involving subtraction, the theorem can be applied as long as the opposite of the second term is used.
For example, the copyright to a Mickey Mouse cartoon restricts others from making copies of the cartoon or creating derivative works based on Disney's particular anthropomorphic mouse, but does not prohibit the creation of other works about anthropomorphic mice in general, so long as they are different enough to not be judged copies of Disney's.
For as long as they stay functionally healthy and sane, characters grow and develop.
For a long period, it was the " classic " Unix desktop associated with commercial Unix workstations.
For example, raw uncompressed PCM audio ( 44. 1 kHz, 16 bit stereo, as represented on an audio CD or in a. wav or. aiff file ) has long been a standard across multiple platforms, but its transmission over networks is slow and expensive compared with more modern compressed formats, such as MP3.
For example, the 14th Dalai Lama, long insistent on Tibet's history being separate from that of China's, conceded in 2005 that Tibet " is a part " of China's " 5000-year history " as part of a new proposal for Tibetan autonomy.
For example, for a long period it was assumed that Imperial China had no system of civil law because the law codes did not have explicit provisions for civil lawsuits.
For example, many everyday objects are hundreds or thousands of centimetres long, such as humans, rooms and buildings.
For example, Jeremy Taylor defined 5 rules in Holy Living ( 1650 ), including abstaining from marrying " so long as she is with child by her former husband " and " within the year of mourning ".

For and time
For the unseen, ghostlike rifleman aimed a little higher the third time.
For a while he was content to let events develop in their good time.
For lawyers, reflecting perhaps their parochial preferences, there has been a special fascination since then in the role played by the Supreme Court in that transformation -- the manner in which its decisions altered in `` the switch in time that saved nine '', President Roosevelt's ill-starred but in effect victorious `` Court-packing plan '', the imprimatur of judicial approval that was finally placed upon social legislation.
For ten minutes they ran beneath the squall, raising their arms and, for the first time, shouting and capering.
For example, suppose a man wearing a $200 watch, driving a 1959 Rolls Royce, stops to ask a man on the sidewalk, `` What time is it ''??
For a time the President received hundreds of them every day, most of them worthless.
For some time, despondency in some Northern quarters had been displayed in two ways -- an eagerness for peace and a dissatisfaction with Lincoln.
For a time, urging Breasted to give up his public relations work and take up writing instead, he hoped to persuade him to become his assistant in research for the labor novel ; ;
For a time it appeared that a common European army might be created, but the project for a European Defense Community was rejected by the French National Assembly in 1954.
For some time the Communists honored the distinction between the Soviet zone of Germany and the Soviet sector of Berlin by promulgating separately the laws for the two areas.
For the first time in history the entire world is dominated by two large, powerful nations armed with murderous nuclear weapons that make conventional warfare of the past a nullity.
`` For a time I thought of trying to reach the Free Polish Forces, but one thing led to another.
For the first time, he be sad about the move.
For readjustment to the U.S., volunteers should be given some separation allowance at the end of their overseas service, based on the length of time served.
For grant to the Government of India under subsection ( E ) of Section 104 of the Act, the rupee equivalent of not more than $538 million for financing such projects to promote balanced economic development as may from time to time be mutually agreed.
For this reason, the more uncertain skywave service was denominated `` secondary '' in our rules, as compared to the steadier, more reliable groundwave `` primary service '', and, for both skywave service and skywave interference, signal strength is expressed in terms of percentage of time a particular signal-intensity level is exceeded -- 50 percent of the time for skywave service, 10 percent of the time for skywave interference.
For the making of selections on the basis of excellence requires that any foundation making the selections shall have available the judgments of a corps of advisors whose judgments are known to be good: such judgments can be known to be good only by the records of those selected, by records made subsequent to their selection over considerable periods of time.
For in almost less time than it takes to tell it, Henri's bodyweight was increasing rapidly.
For some time this writer has been suggesting a Junior Judging Class for Intermediates over 16 and under 20 years of age who are ineligible to compete in the Junior Class.
For prevention of ketosis, feed 1/4 pound per head daily for 6 weeks commencing at calving time.
For example, to move ( as the score requires ) from the lowest F-major register up to a barely audible N minor in four seconds, not skipping, at the same time, even one of the 407 fingerings, seems a feat too absurd to consider, and it is to the flautist's credit that he remained silent throughout the passage.
For what I express in my remark is something going on in me at the time, and that of course did not exist until I did come on the scene.

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