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For decades it was the most popular dish served in the Ladies' Grill at breakfast, and it is one of the few old Palace dishes that still survive.
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For example, concerning the parameter of per capita income growth, development economist Ha-Joon Chang writes that considering the record of the last two decades the argument for continuing neo-liberal policy prescriptions are " simply untenable.
For the first few decades of indirect fire, the firing data were often calculated by the observer who then adjusted the fall of shot onto the target.
For many decades the textiles industry, the engineering industry and coal mining were the central activities of the town.
For some decades the banner of the local newspaper featured the verse " Alexandria, Indiana / Home of the Rock Wool / Not on the Nile / But just as worthwhile.
For decades the generations of few remaining sighthounds were regarded as hunting-suited, when showing enough attacking initiative for fox hunting.
For several decades from the 1970s to early 2000s, the focus in designing high performance general purpose CPUs was largely on achieving high ILP through technologies such as pipelining, caches, superscalar execution, out-of-order execution, etc.
For many decades thereafter, historians derided the Parliamentary Republic as a quarrel-prone system that merely distributed spoils and clung to its laissez-faire policy while national problems mounted.
For many decades, consciousness as a research topic was avoided by the majority of mainstream scientists, because of a general feeling that a phenomenon defined in subjective terms could not properly be studied using objective experimental methods.
For decades, medical personnel and others have fought, and continue to fight, to define the circumstances for which a patient is “ dead ”.
For decades, it has been the global standard, recognized by international institutions such as the United Nations and the Universal Postal Union.
For decades to come, most other portrayals of the Cimmerian and his imitators were heavily influenced by the cover paintings of this series.
For the next four decades, the board members continued to serve as ex-officio trustees of the College of the City of New York and the city's other municipal college, the Normal College of the City of New York.
For several decades beginning in the 1940s, the largest producer of dynamite in the world was the Republic of South Africa.
For decades it has been unlikely that a complex information system can be built effectively without a proper database supported by a DBMS.
For several decades his department at University College was pivotal in the development of phonetics and in making its findings known to the wider world.
For about three decades immediately before 1902 it was negative, reaching − 6. 64 s. Then it increased to + 63. 83 s at 2000.
For many decades after that, floating-point hardware was typically an optional feature, and computers that had it were said to be " scientific computers ", or to have " scientific computing " capability.
For example, a Dinosaur is a member who was active before the first Worldcon ( World Science Fiction Convention ) held on July 4, 1939, while Associate Membership requires provable activity in fandom for more than three decades.
For a number of decades after WWII, the Federal Republic of Germany kept a notably low profile in international relations, because of both its recent history and its occupation by foreign powers.
" For the next several decades, Davis claimed she was fired, and although Cukor never understood why she placed so much importance on an incident he considered so minor, he never worked with her again.
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For everyone involved knew that the whole valley was a powder keg, and Mitchell Barton the fuse which could send it into explosive violence.
For a blood-chilling ring of terror to the very sound of his name was the tool he needed for the job he'd promised to do.
For several weeks we eyed one another almost like sparring partners, and then one day Uncle was slightly indisposed and stayed home ; ;
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.
The second specific comment was the report of Eisenhower's Commission on National Goals, titled Goals For Americans.
For Rachel, conceded to be the prettiest of the Szold girls -- and she did make a pretty picture sitting in the grape-arbor strumming her guitar and singing in her silvery tones -- there was no particular March counterpart ; ;
For the Coolidges, it was Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Stearns of Boston, Massachusetts, owners of a large department store.
For a freshman Congressman to read political Lessons to graybeard Democrats was poor policy for one who needed to make friends.
For example, he captured some persons from York County, who with teams were taking to Philadelphia the furniture of a man who had just been released from prison through the efforts of his wife, and who apparently was helpless to prevent the theft of his household goods.
For by now the original cause of the quarrel, Philip's seizure of Gascony, was only one strand in the spider web of French interests that overlay all western Europe and that had been so well and closely spun that the lightest movement could set it trembling from one end to the other.
When Fosdick showed the letter to Baker his negative response was: `` For God's sake, Raymond, don't show this to the President or he'll stop the war ''.
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 it was the millions of buffalo and prairie chicken and the endless seas of grass that symbolized for a whole generation of Americans the abundant supply that was to take many of them westward when the Ohio and Mississippi valleys began to fill.
For a while there was such shrill girlish commotion I couldn't have made myself heard if I'd had the equivalent of the message to Garcia.
For a while his work was influenced deeply by the French impressionists, and by the patterned, mosaic-like paintings of Gustav Klimt, then the dean of Austrian art.
For years he wore hand-me-down suits and homemade paper collars, was even driven to scrounging for cigarette butts in Vienna's gutters.