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From the dry ground in late summer ( August in zone 7 ) each bulb produces one or two leafless stems 30 – 60 cm tall, each of which bears a cluster of 2 to 12 funnel-shaped flowers at their tops.
From now about 60 % support structure and 40 % combat operational capability, it is to be 40 % support structure and 60 % combat operational capability, i. e. more combat soldiers and fewer ' paper '- soldiers.
* Television broadcast stations: 11 national TV, 60 local TV ( From AC Nielsen Report-first Semester 2005 ):
From the mid-1980s to the early 1990s, commodity CPUs grew in performance at a rate of about 60 % a year, but the speed of memory access grew at only 7 % a year.
From taxation of illegal drugs alone, FARC has been estimated to receive approximately 60 to 100 million dollars per year.
From 60, 000, the population had declined to 26, 974 inhabitants by 1806.
From a computation based on 1672 analyses of numerous kinds of rocks Clarke arrived at the following as the average percentage composition: SiO < sub > 2 </ sub >= 59. 71, Al < sub > 2 </ sub > O < sub > 3 </ sub >= 15. 41, Fe < sub > 2 </ sub > O < sub > 3 </ sub >= 2. 63, FeO = 3. 52, MgO = 4. 36, CaO = 4. 90, Na < sub > 2 </ sub > O = 3. 55, K < sub > 2 </ sub > O = 2. 80, H < sub > 2 </ sub > O = 1. 52, TiO < sub > 2 </ sub >= 0. 60, P < sub > 2 </ sub > O < sub > 5 </ sub >= 0. 22, total 99. 22 %).
From roughly 115 to 60 BCE, Han forces fought the Xiongnu over control of the oasis city-states in the Tarim Basin.
From Gayton Junction, about 60 miles ( 97 km ) from Brentford, the Northampton Arm links with the River Nene.
From one side the land on the other is visible ; and the cape of this region about 60 miles away, much as if one were sailing eastward through the Straits of Gibraltar or Seville and Barbary or Morocco in Africa, as our Globe shows toward the Antarctic Pole.
From this we derive the modern day usage of 60 seconds in a minute, 60 minutes in an hour, and 360 ( 60 x 6 ) degrees in a circle.
From 2002 to 2006, the conserved land in the Amazon rainforest has almost tripled and deforestation rates have dropped up to 60 %.
From more than 60 % in 1994, the inflation rate dropped to 6. 4 % in 1998, before rising again to 14. 4 % in 1999 and 8. 7 % in 2000.
From exits 53 to 60, I-78 runs concurrently with Pennsylvania Route 309.
From the start of I-57 northbound, the US 60 concurrency goes about 12 miles.
From 2000 to 2010 the population of Starr County increased from 53, 597 to 60, 968.
From a small base of just under 2, 700 residents recorded in the 1851 census, the population grew by a minimum of 60 per cent each decade up to 1901 increasing fifteenfold in fifty years.
From then on U. S. 60 follows 35th Street from the bridge, turns right onto U. S. 23 and follows it through the city limits to Ashland.
From the top of the tower is a 60 mile panoramic view.
From 1998 to 2003, the company also received another $ 60 million in defense contracts outside of those earmarks.
From 1976 two SR. N4s were refitted with new deep skirts and stretched by almost, increasing capacity to 418 passengers and 60 cars at the cost of a weight increase to almost.

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From a modern perspective these figures may seem small, but in the world of Greek city-states Athens was huge: most of the thousand or so Greek cities could only muster 1000 – 1500 adult male citizens and Corinth, a major power, had at most 15, 000 but in some very seldom cases more.
From summer 2011, Operation Licorne, the French force, previously over 5, 000 strong, is roughly 700, and consists of Licorne headquarters, Battalion Licorne ( BATLIC ), seemingly made up of elements of the 2nd Marine Infantry Regiment and the Régiment d ' infanterie-chars de marine, and a helicopter detachment.
From the late 1940s to 1989, the extensive Czechoslovak Armed Forces ( about 200, 000 ) formed one of the pillars of the Warsaw Pact military alliance.
From April 17 to 19, 2005, the volcano began spewing ash and gas, forcing as many as 10, 000 people to flee.
From 1950 to 1980, DDT was extensively used in agriculture — more than 40, 000 tonnes were used each year worldwide — and it has been estimated that a total of 1. 8 million tonnes have been produced globally since the 1940s.
From 70, 000 to 12, 000 years ago, the lake level was to higher than its current level.
From the Dead Sea brine, Israel produces ( 2001 ) 1. 77 million tons potash, 206, 000 tons elemental bromine, 44, 900 tons caustic soda, 25, 000 tons magnesium metal, and sodium chloride.
From 1951 to 2002, Ackerman entertained some 50, 000 fans at open houses-including, on one such evening, a group of 186 fans and professionals including astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
From 1891 to 1966, an estimated 1, 800 – 2, 000 gray whales were caught, with peak catches of 100 – 200 annually occurring in the 1910s.
From the east, the highest number of men came Lithuania ( 50, 000 ) and the lowest from Bulgaria ( 600 ).
From an estimated initial population of 250, 000 in 1492, 14, 000 Arawaks were left by 1517.
From 25 users in July 1994, the number of users grew to 1, 000 by November 1995, 5, 000 by June 1996, 10, 000 by December 1996, 50, 000 by October 1999, 100, 000 in November 2001, and peaked around 142, 000 in April 2002.
From Worsley to the rapidly-growing town of Manchester its construction cost £ 168, 000 (£ as of ), but its advantages over land and river transport meant that within a year of its opening in 1761, the price of coal in Manchester fell by about half.
From 47 to 44 BC he made plans for the distribution of land to about 15, 000 of his veterans.
From 1984 to 1987, Bakker and his PTL associates sold $ 1, 000 " lifetime memberships ", which entitled buyers to a three-night stay annually at a luxury hotel at Heritage USA.
From the south his magister peditum Barbatio was to come from Milan and amass forces at Augst ( near the Rhine bend ), then set off north with 25, 000 soldiers ; Julian with 13, 000 troops would move east from Durocortorum ( Reims ).

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From Russian arrival in the Aleutian Islands in 1786 through the mid-19th century, the Russians invaded and enslaved the natives, and many of the Aleut customs disappeared.
From 1907 on, English language articles sometimes used the term " Maximalist " for " Bolshevik " and " Minimalist " for " Menshevik ", which proved confusing since there was also a " Maximalist " faction within the Russian Socialist-Revolutionary Party in 1904 – 1906 ( which after 1906 formed a separate Union of Socialists-Revolutionaries Maximalists ) and then again after 1917.
From the 19th century, up to the end of the 20th century, most of Central Asia has been part of the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union, both being Slavic majority countries.
From 1809 to 1898, a period called Pax Russica, Finnish-Russian relations had been exceptionally peaceful and stable compared with other parts of the Russian Empire.
From the onset the Kievan princes followed the Byzantine example and kept the Church dependent on them, even for its revenues, so that the Russian Church and state were always closely linked.
From that time icons began to be painted not only in the traditional stylized and nonrealistic mode, but also in a mixture of Russian stylization and Western European realism, and in a Western European manner very much like that of Catholic religious art of the time.
From the 16th to the 18th centuries, Commedia dell ' arte performers improvised based on a broad outline in the streets of Italy and in the 1890s theatrical theorists and directors such as Russian, Konstantin Stanislavski and the French, Jacques Copeau, founders of two major streams of acting theory, both heavily utilised improvisation in acting training and rehearsal.
The entry on cabullus in the Oxford Latin Dictionary ( Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1982, 1985 reprinting ), p. 246, does not give a probable origin, and merely compare Old Bulgarian kobyla and Old Russian komoń < sub > b </ sub >.</ ref > From caballus arose terms in the various Romance languages cognate to the ( French-derived ) English cavalier: Old Italian cavaliere, Italian cavallo, Spanish caballero, French chevalier, Portuguese cavaleiro, Romanian cavaler.
From 1905 onwards, the Russian counterparts of these anti-syndicalist anarchist-communists become partisans of economic terrorism and illegal ' expropriations '.
From the 1860s to the 1880s he published a number of volumes of Jewish Short Stories, Polish Short Stories, Galician Short Stories, German Court Stories and Russian Court Stories.
The Russian Revolution From Lenin to Stalin: 1917 – 1929, 1979
From left to right, first row: Premier of the Soviet Union | Premier Joseph Stalin ; President Harry S. Truman, Soviet Ambassador to the United States Andrei Gromyko, Secretary of State James F. Byrnes, and List of Russian foreign ministers | Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov.
From north to south the East European Plain, also known as Russian Plain, is clad sequentially in Arctic tundra, coniferous forest ( taiga ), mixed and broad-leaf forests, grassland ( steppe ), and semi-desert ( fringing the Caspian Sea ), as the changes in vegetation reflect the changes in climate.
From north to south, the country ranges from the northern tip of the Russian Arctic islands at Franz Josef Land to the southern tip of the Republic of Dagestan on the Caspian Sea, spanning about of extremely varied, often inhospitable terrain.
From 1859 to 1917, over half a million people moved to the Russian Far East.
* Allen, William Edward David ( 1932, reissued 1971 ), A History of the Georgian People: From the Beginning Down to the Russian Conquest in the Nineteenth Century.
From 1917 to his death in 1926, Dzerzhinsky was first and foremost a Russian Communist, and Dzerzhinsky's involvement in the affairs of the Polish Communist Party ( which was founded in 1918 ) was minimal.
From his methods on solving the Riemann problem had developed the theory of singular integral equations ( MSC ( 2000 ) 45-Exx ) which was entertained above all by the Russian school at the head of Nikoloz Muskhelishvili ( Николай Иванович Мусхелищвили ) ( 1891 – 1976 ).
From his Columbia Department headquarters in Fort Vancouver he supervised trade and kept peace with the Indians, inaugurated salmon and timber trade with Mexican controlled California and Hawaii, and supplied Russian America with produce.
From that day forth he despaired of success, though he was saved for the moment by the jealousies of the Russian and Austrian commanders, which ruined the military plans of the allies.
From the Russian point of view, Elizabeth's greatness as a stateswoman consists in her steady appreciation of Russian interests, and her determination to promote them at all hazards.
* Dinah Dean's series of historical novels are set against the background of the Napoleonic Wars and are told from a Russian perspective – " The Road to Kaluga ", " Flight From the Eagle ", " The Eagle's Fate ", " The Wheel of Fortune ", " The Green Gallant " – follow a small group of soldiers ( and their relatives ) over months of campaigning from the fall of Moscow up to the liberation of Paris, the last 3 books – " The Ice King ", " Tatya's Story ", " The River of Time " – fall some years later but have the same cast of characters.
From 1804 until the Russian Revolution Ukrainian was banned from schools in the Russian Empire of which Ukraine was a part at the time.

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