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For and ten
For ten years a small group of European and U.S. critics has been calling attention to the half-forgotten Austrian expressionist Egon Schiele, who died 42 years ago at the age of 28.
For indeed it seemed incredible that anyone could go on committing murder for ten years and not get caught at it, even in Hollywood.
For example, Madagascar's central highland plateau has become virtually totally barren ( about ten percent of the country ), as a result of slash-and-burn deforestation, an element of shifting cultivation practiced by many natives.
For example, an audio amplifier with a gain given as 20 dB will have a voltage gain of ten ( but a power gain of 100 would only occur in the event the input and output impedances were identical ).
For ten minutes after the explosion there was no firing ; sailors from both sides were either too shocked by the blast or desperately extinguishing fires aboard their own ships to continue the fight.
For example, the second edition of the popular introductory textbook, An Outline of Money, devoted the last three of its ten chapters to questions of foreign exchange management and in particular the ' problem of balance '.
For the next ten years, the team would winter at NAS Key West, Florida.
For example, the " Little Dipper " asterism of the constellation Ursa Minor has ten stars with Bayer designation, α UMi to π UMi.
For example kidney beans are toxic when raw or improperly cooked, due to the presence of phytohaemagglutinin which can be inactivated after cooking for at least ten minutes at 100 ° C.
For some psychologists, especially those in the psychodynamic tradition, the most important period of socialization is between the ages of one and ten.
For example, suppose that we want to compute the rate of change in atmospheric pressure ten seconds after the skydiver jumps.
For instance, because the 10 in the problem represents ten seconds, the expression f ′( 10 ) represents the change in pressure at a height of ten seconds, which is nonsense.
For a period ending in the mid-20th century, long-serving cardinal priests were entitled to fill vacancies that arose among the cardinal bishops, just as cardinal deacons of ten years ' standing are still entitled to become cardinal priests.
For nineteen consecutive years, from 1891 through 1909, Cy Young was in his leagues ' top ten for innings pitched ; in fourteen of the seasons, he was in the top five.
For example, " 24 " is ten days after " 14 " in the Gregorian calendar.
For example, 10 means ten, 12 means twelve.
For the 1991 award, the United States Department of Defense ' swept the first six places in the Doublespeak top ten ' for using euphemisms like " servicing the target " ( bombing ) and " force packages " ( warplanes ).
For the next ten years he covered the New York Giants and professional boxing for the New York American.
For the quantitative analysis, ten articles were selected at random – circumcision, Charles Drew, Galileo, Philip Glass, heart disease, IQ, panda bear, sexual harassment, Shroud of Turin and Uzbekistan – and letter grades of A – D or F were awarded in four categories: coverage, accuracy, clarity, and recency.
For example, on the Madagascar high central plateau, comprising approximately ten percent of that country's land area, virtually the entire landscape is sterile of vegetation, with gully erosive furrows typically in excess of 50 meters deep and one kilometer wide.
For ten years before writing the letter ( approx.
For instance, the offensive team may be faced with one or two downs left in a possession and still ten or more yards to go to earn a new set of downs.
For the last ten years of Frederick's life, he and Maximilian ruled jointly.

For and minutes
For a few minutes there was nothing to hear.
For a few brief minutes they had all been part of one little drama.
For example, when the film is only four minutes old, Neitzbohr refers to a small, Victorian piano stool as `` Wilhelmina '', and we are thereupon subjected to a flashback that informs us that this very piano stool was once used by an epileptic governess whose name, of course, was Doris ( the English equivalent, when passed through middle-Gaelic derivations, of Wilhelmina ).
For example Test 3, E 1 refers to a specimen which has been washed by procedure `` 3 ( '' ( at 160-degrees-F ) for a total of 60 minutes in the machine, has been dried in a tumble dryer by procedure `` E '' and has been subjected to restorative forces on the Tension Presser by procedure `` 1 ''.
For the first fifteen or twenty minutes it's possible to be more or less interested in window displays, then in people passing by.
For thirty minutes, Stanley Gilborn stood there.
Cash often included the song when he toured prisons, saying " For the three minutes that song is going on, everybody is free.
For example, depending on surface porosity, 5 – 30 atomic layers of titanium carbide are hydrolyzed within 5 minutes at ambient conditions, following by saturation of the reaction.
For example, the director's cut of Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid was 122 minutes long.
For a 1986 repeat, David Jason demanded to be removed from the show, thus creating an abridged version of 25 minutes.
For example, it can be stated specifically that 5 minutes is equivalent to seconds.
For example, a single cord circuit has the capacity to be used for 60 minutes in one hour.
For a situation where the traffic to be handled is completely new traffic, the only choice is to try to model expected user behavior, estimating active user population, N, expected level of use, U ( number of calls / transactions per user per day ), busy-hour concentration factor, C ( proportion of daily activity that will fall in the busy hour ), and average holding time / service time, h ( expressed in minutes ).
This version was shorter than any of the other versions at only 3 minutes, 27 seconds and went by the name " For The Victims Of Ravishment ".
For youths the length of the halves is reduced-25 minutes at ages 12 to 16 and 20 minutes at ages 8 to 12, though national federations of some countries may differ in their implementation from the official guidelines.
An alternative representation uses degrees and minutes, where parts of a minute are expressed in decimal notation with a fraction, thus: 23 ° 27. 500 ′ E. Degrees may also be expressed as a decimal fraction: 23. 45833 ° E. For calculations, the angular measure may be converted to radians, so longitude may also be expressed in this manner as a signed fraction of π ( pi ), or an unsigned fraction of 2π.
For wild-type lambda, lysis occurs at about 50 minutes after the start of infection and releases around 100 virions.
For example, Kepler in Harmonices Mundi gives Saturn's year as 10759D12 ', that is 10759 ( Earth ) days, 4 hours, and 48 ( usual ) minutes ( roughly 29. 5 years ).
According to The Rodgers and Hammerstein Story by Stanley Green, " For three minutes, on the night of September first, the entire Times Square area in New York City was blacked out in honor of the man who had done so much to light up that particular part of the world.
For instance, suppose we have a radioactive sample that emits, on average, five particles every ten minutes.
For example NASA's space shuttle fires its engines for around 8. 5 minutes, consuming 1, 000 tonnes of solid propellant ( containing 16 % aluminium ) and an additional 2, 000, 000 litres of liquid propellant ( 106, 261 kg of liquid hydrogen fuel ) to lift the 100, 000 kg vehicle ( including the 25, 000 kg payload ) to an altitude of 111 km and an orbital velocity of 30, 000 km / h.

0.117 seconds.