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From 75 students in 1971, the program now serves over 300 young people.
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From a base of 90 % of trains arriving on time in 1998, the measure dipped to 75 % in mid 2001 and, by the end of the 2002 – 3 period, had recovered to only 80 %.
From 1895, Eastman supplied their motion picture roll film in rolls of 65 feet, while Blair's rolls were 75 feet.
From 1940 to 1960, the city more than doubled its physical size, while increasing its population by only about 75, 000.
From 1990 to 2003 HP manufactured the HP-48 series of graphing RPN calculators and in 2006 introduced the HP-50g with a 131x80 LCD and a 75 MHz ARM CPU that emulates the Saturn CPU of the HP-48 series.
However, only one of these, the double ' A ' side " Why She's A Girl From The Chainstore / Are Everything " made the Top 75.
From that position, they could actually see the roofs of the city of Verdun and the spire of its cathedral but, being decimated by hand grenades and by a 75 mm artillery barrage, they had to retreat to their starting lines or chose to surrender.
From 1959 to 1970, while the earnings of manual workers increased by 75 %, the salaries of registrars more than doubled while those of house officers more than trebled.
* Fantasia e fuga in C minor, H. 75. 5, for keyboard instrument ( From the Sibley Music Library Digital Score Collection )
From 222 the bridge is 0. 35 miles ( 0. 56 km ) east on Lime Valley Road, 0. 3 miles ( 0. 5 km ) south on South View Road, and 250 feet ( 75 m ) on Breneman Road.
From 1962 to 1975 he also was professor of biophysics and 1958 – 75 director of the Biological Computer Laboratory.
From there, an expedition of 75 men went up the Turner River, where they burned a Seminole settlement and a couple of planted fields.
From the 1960s onwards, Western countries have experienced a drop in Mass attendance ( in the United States, from 75 % of Catholics attending in 1958 to 25 % attending by 2002 ).
From Patuxent River, he was assigned to Attack Squadron 75 ( VA-75 ), where he served as maintenance and operations officer while completing two Mediterranean deployments aboard the USS Saratoga.
From this, the company grew and by May 1970 the company was making profits of over £ 689, 000 ( 2008 equivalent: £ 7. 75 million ).
From the start of the 1974 – 75 winter season, Pan Am began operating a series of short-and medium-haul week-end charter flights from Tegel under contract to a leading West German tour operator.
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From a few students this group gradually increased to include over three-fourths of those officially enrolled in the class, and many outsiders as well.
From the inception of Bob Jones College, a majority of students and faculty were northerners, and therefore many were already Republicans living in the " Solid South.
From 2007, all Master's programmes are taught in English for both national and international students.
From the start, he relied heavily on employing students: the very first ensemble he founded was a student collegium musicum that had some 40 members.
From his court students went forth ; they in turn attracted many Jews to Hasidism, and many of them came to study in Mezritch ( Mezhirichi ) with Dov Ber personally.
From that point on, there was no official association specifically for past UMIST students or staff.
From 2012, a free shuttle bus service in the morning and the evening is available to assist students commute to their campus.
From 1948 to 1950, Zapf taught calligraphy at the Arts and Crafts School in Offenbach, giving lettering lessons twice a week to two classes of graphics students.
From the latter part of the 19th century this curriculum has changed and broadened: for example, there are now more than 100 students of Chinese ( non-curriculum course ).
From the 16th century, students ( especially of secondary or grammar schools and similar institutions ) were often subject to regulations that prescribed, for example, modest and not too stylish attire.
From these locations, both youths had excellent views of the school cafeteria's side entrance, and each youth had initially intended to open fire upon students fleeing the school through the main entrances when bombs they intended to place inside the cafeteria detonated, with each shooter positioned to cover a main exit of the school and open fire on fleeing students.
From this we can infer that Apollonius really had students and that his school survived at least till Lucian ’ s time.
From 1972, Bashir was a teacher, lecturer and mentor to medical students at The University of Sydney.
From early June, in order to support the students ' struggle, workers and businessmen in Shanghai also went on strike.
From 1898 to 1901, a secret society of Polish students seeking to restore Polish independence operated in the city, but the activists were tried by German courts in 1901, frustrating their efforts.
The term E-Learning 2. 0 is a neologism for CSCL systems that came about during the emergence of Web 2. 0 From an E-Learning 2. 0 perspective, conventional e-learning systems were based on instructional packets, which were delivered to students using assignments.
From October 2011, students can only be awarded an Honours degree if they have been awarded honours in a Part II or Part III examination ; a combination of Part I examinations will allow a student to graduate with an Ordinary degree.
From 1959 to 1964, black students in Prince Edward County had to go to school elsewhere or forgo their education altogether.
From 1908 to 1910, two students at Peking University, Deng Zhongxia ( 鄧中夏 ) and Xu Deheng ( 許德珩 ), founded the Guomin magazine ( 國民雜誌 ) and invited Li Dazhao ( 李大釗 ) to be a consultant for the magazine.
" From over two hundred suggestions and consultations with staff, students and local residents, communities and businesses, the University chose Anglia Ruskin University ( thus incorporating into the title the surname of John Ruskin, who founded the Cambridge School of Art in 1858, which eventually became the university ), with the new name taking effect following the approval of the Privy Council on 29 September 2005.