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`` For instance, regarding the fact that the Gross Committee issued two interim announcements to the press during its investigation.
For instance, college-educated people consistently show up in study after study as more often than others supporters of the Bill of Rights and other democratic rights and liberties.
For instance, so-called `` conservative '' organizations, some of them secret, are sprouting in the garden of joining where `` liberal '' organizations once took root.
For instance -- what about all those people Harold Rhodes went toward unhesitatingly, as if this were the one moment they would ever have together, their one chance of knowing each other??
For instance, a site adjoining other publicly owned lands, such as a national forest or a public road, may be desirable, whereas a site next to an industrial plant might not.
( For instance, see Example 2 of Section 5-5, on red cards in hands of 5.
For instance, the following statement was rated low in compulsivity, `` She's naturally quite neat about things, but it doesn't bother her at all if her room gets messy.
For instance, in giving school grades or in making recommendations for the award of a college scholarship, does he consciously or unconsciously favor students of one or another social class??
For instance, there have been two Presidential Commissions on higher education since World War 2.
For instance, the dreamer sees himself seated behind neighbor Smith and, with photographic realism, sees Smith driving the car ; ;
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`` For instance, Djakarta, Indonesia, has three groups of dancers interested in coming here.
For instance, the Edwin Pauleys Jr., formerly of Chantilly Rd., are now at home on North Arden Dr. in Beverly Hills.
For instance, we cannot know whether even for church members the degree of conformity to Christian standards of morality increased or declined as the proportion of church members in the population rose.
`` For instance, Hesperus agreed to help me find my property, and I agreed to take him to Earth.
For instance, a C-Leg knee alone is not a prosthesis, but only a prosthetic part.
For instance, the word " bank " has several distinct lexical definitions, including " financial institution " and " edge of a river ".
For instance, a local society in the middle of a large city may have regular meetings with speakers, focusing less on observing the night sky if the membership is less able to observe due to factors such as light pollution.
For instance, according to Classical Arabic and Modern Standard Arabic, the Arabic root ( to sacrifice ) can be derived the forms ( he sacrificed ), ( you ( masculine singular ) sacrificed ), ( he slaughtered ), ( he slaughters ), and ( slaughterhouse ).
For instance, we read of Whiting, the last abbot of Glastonbury, judicially murdered by Henry VIII, that his house was a kind of well-ordered court, where as many as 300 sons of noblemen and gentlemen, who had been sent to him for virtuous education, had been brought up, besides others of a lesser rank, whom he fitted for the universities.
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For instance, in 51, Agrippina ordered the execution of Britannicus ’ tutor Sosibius because he had confronted her and was outraged by Claudius ’ adoption of Nero and his choice of Nero as successor, instead of choosing his own son Britannicus.
For instance, antibacterial resistance genes can be exchanged between different bacterial strains or species via plasmids that carry these resistance genes.
For instance, iron changes from a body-centered cubic structure ( ferrite ) to a face-centered cubic structure ( austenite ) above 906 ° C, and tin undergoes a transformation known as tin pest from a metallic phase to a semiconductor phase below 13. 2 ° C.
For instance member nations of the Commonwealth where English is not spoken natively, such as India, often closely follow British English forms, while many American English usages are followed in other countries which have been historically influenced by the United States, such as the Philippines.

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For their fourth album, Together Alone, Crowded House used New Zealand-based producer Martin Glover ( aka Youth ) and invited touring musician Mark Hart ( guitar & keyboards ) to become a permanent band member.
For Martin Buber, Judaism and Christianity were variations on the same theme of messianism.
For an overview of critical psychology in South Africa, see Desmond Painter and Martin Terre Blanche's article on Critical Psychology in South Africa: Looking back and looking forwards.
For example, in De libero arbitrio, opposing certain views of Martin Luther, Erasmus noted that religious disputants should be temperate in their language, " because in this way the truth, which is often lost amidst too much wrangling may be more surely perceived.
* For Martin Greenberg's Fantastic Lives: Autobiographical Essays by Notable Science Fiction Writers ( Southern Illinois University Press, 1981 ) she wrote " The Expanding Mind ," a memoir of her youth and the impact of science fiction on the mind of a young girl.
For his actions on board Flight 93, Homer received many awards and citations posthumously, including honorary membership in the historic Tuskegee Airmen ; the Congress of Racial Equality's Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Award ; the Southern Christian Leadership Conference Drum Major for Justice Award ; and the Westchester County Trailblazer Award.
Falk's first stage appearance was at the age of 12 in The Pirates of Penzance at Camp High Point in upstate New York, where one of his camp counselors was Ross Martin ( they would later act together in The Great Race and the Columbo episode " Suitable For Framing ").
For example, during the Protestant Reformation, in a document referred to simply as " Der Beichtrat " ( or " The Confessional Advice " ), Martin Luther granted the Landgrave Philip of Hesse, who, for many years, had been living " constantly in a state of adultery and fornication ," a dispensation to take a second wife.
Spenser was a former State trooper assigned to the Suffolk County DA's Office ( although some novels state that he also worked out of the Middlesex County DA's Office, for example in Walking Shadow and the pilot episode of Spenser: For Hire said he was a Boston Police detective ), and regularly seeks help from ( or sometimes butts heads with ) Martin Quirk ( originally a lieutenant, later a captain ) of the Boston Police Department.
He was hired by producer Martin Lewis to shoot two music videos featuring Julian Lennon-" Valotte " and " Too Late For Goodbyes ".
For the first and only time, two players won Super Bowl MVP honors: defensive tackle Randy White and defensive end Harvey Martin.
For both Air Force One and Outbreak ( but not for The Perfect Storm ), Petersen teamed up with the German cinematographer Michael Ballhaus, who has also worked frequently with director Martin Scorsese.
* December 8 – For the first time, the Mary Martin Peter Pan is presented as a stand-alone two-hour special on NBC instead of as part of an anthology series.
* Martin Gray ( with Max Gallo ), < cite > For Those I Loved </ cite >, Little Brown Company, 1984, hardcover, ISBN 0-316-32576-7, 351 pages
For example, the bits corresponding the decimal numbers 44 or 32 imply that the mode is Martin M1, whereas the number 60 represents Scottie S1.
* Housing For Martin House, Trenton, New Jersey, 2003
For example, because the Epistle of James emphasizes the importance of good works, Martin Luther sometimes referred to it as the " epistle of straw.
For the forthcoming film The Hobbit, also directed by Jackson, the young Bilbo is portrayed by Martin Freeman while Ian Holm will reprise his role as an older Bilbo.
For the first two seasons Bill Daily, Dick Martin, Richard Paul, and Bob Barker were among the male semi-regulars who filled Dawson's old spot on the panel.
For forty-nine years prior to this, however, the city had a fledgling medical school ( or Estudi General, as the universities were known at that time ), founded by King Martin of Aragon, but neither the Consell de Cent ( Barcelona's Council of One Hundred ) nor the city ’ s other leading institutions had given it their official recognition, considering it an intrusion on their respective jurisdictions.
For a while the diplomatic intent of the union worked out in the West, but in the end Pope Martin IV, an ally of Charles of Anjou, excommunicated Michael VIII.
In 1947, the designation system was extensively overhauled, with several categories being dispensed with, and others renamed For instance, the Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star ( Pursuit ) was redesignated as F-80 ( Fighter ), while the A-26 medium bomber / attack aircraft was redesignated as the B-26, reusing the designation, the Martin B-26 having retired in the meantime.
A sculpture by Martin Heron, entitled " For the Love of Emer ", depicting Cú Chulainn balancing on a tilting 20-foot pole, representing the feat of balancing on the butt of a spear he learned from Scáthach, was installed in Armagh in 2010.
Kate Martin, of the Center For National Security Studies said of the use of military spy satellites being used to monitor the activities of U. S. citizens: " They are laying the bricks one at a time for a police state.

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