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" From a drop of water ", he writes, " a logician could infer the possibility of an Atlantic or a Niagara without having seen or heard of one or the other ".
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From and drop
From 2008, the BBC gradually began to drop the BBCi name from its digital interactive TV services also, replacing it with the name BBC Red Button.
From the late 1950s until the early 1970s, Charlton remained a mainstay of the Second Division before relegation to the Third Division in 1972 caused the team's support to drop, and even a promotion in 1975 back to the second division did little to re-invigorate the team's support and finances.
From a depression of below sea level in 1970 it fell to below sea level in 2006, reaching a drop rate of per year.
Macquarie University showed a significant drop in the 2007 THES-QS World University Rankings ( From 2010 two separate rankings will be produced by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and the QS World University Rankings ).
Sherlock Holmes held that " From a drop of water, a logician could infer the possibility of an Atlantic or a Niagara without having seen or heard of one or the other.
From the standpoint of the Fisher equation ( see above ), there was a concomitant drop both in money supply ( credit ) and the velocity of money which was so profound that price deflation took hold despite the increases in money supply spurred by the Federal Reserve.
From Spring through the Fall, the area provides a scenic back drop and destination for many motorcyclists in conjunction with several events sponsored by the Wurtsboro NY Chapter of the Harley Owners Group and O ' Toole's Harley-Davidson which is located at the foothills of the Village's Main Street.
From late September through early November, the area experiences an abrupt autumn during which normal temperatures drop very rapidly and cloudy, wet weather quickly picks up.
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 Old Turn Junction, 13 locks drop the level of the canal by, after which there is a short flat stretch from St Chads Cathedral to Aston Junction.
From the very top to the very bottom the height is approx 220 metres although its biggest drop where the water " falls " is only 100 m.
From these profits, the Vauxhall Bridge Company was obliged to compensate the proprietors of Battersea Bridge for any drop in revenue caused by the new bridge.
From the taps a drop, consisting of a buried or aerial coax, runs to each home that wishes to obtain service.
From the drop of pressure, the sensor electronics computes and displays the consumed quantity of oxygen.
From December 2008 to January 2009, the DEP left the dam open almost three weeks too long, which caused the water level to drop almost a foot below the normal drawdown level.
* From 1998 to 2008, there was a 22 percent drop in the percentage of adults attending mainline congregations who have children under the age of 18 living in their home.
The first attempt is " The last libation Liberty draws / From the heart that bleeds and breaks in her cause ," to wit, a drop of blood from a young soldier killed for an attempt on the life of Mahmud of Ghazni.
From their drop point in the wilderness they had to ski a long distance to the plant, so considerable time was given to complete this part of the mission, known as Operation Grouse.
From the receptacle a PFCI can detect the voltage drop when high current exists in a high resistance junction.
From the mid-fifties there was a significant drop in gate receipts as television became more and more popular.
From a position of high prominence in the 1920s, having the effective but questionable support of The Bookman, New Humanism experienced a drop from fashionable status after Babbitt died in 1933 and modernist and progressive currents became increasingly dominant in American intellectual, cultural and political life.
From and water
From the terraces -- eighteen in all -- broad flights of steps descend into the water or onto still more terraces barely above the level of the river.
From a strictly aerodynamic point of view, the term should refer only to those side-effects arising as a result of the changes in airflow from an incompressible fluid ( similar in effect to water ) to a compressible fluid ( acting as a gas ) as the speed of sound is approached.
From 1944 to 1971, pump systems drew cooling water from the river and, after treating this water for use by the reactors, returned it to the river.
* From cretine, French for alluvium ( soil deposited by flowing water ), an allusion to the affliction's suspected origin in inadequate soil.
From his results the author concluded that electrolytes, when dissolved in water, become to varying degrees split or dissociated into electrically opposite positive and negative ions.
From the interior to the outlet at the St. Lawrence River, water flows from Superior to Huron and Michigan, southward to Erie, and finally northward to Lake Ontario.
From Tasarahla, a Masufa scout was sent ahead to the oasis town of Oualata, where he arranged for water to be transported a distance of four days travel where it would meet the thirsty caravan.
From around 1830, Nauruans had contact with Europeans from whaling ships and traders who replenished their supplies ( such as fresh water ) at Nauru.
From the broadest geophysiological point of view, the biosphere is the global ecological system integrating all living beings and their relationships, including their interaction with the elements of the lithosphere ( rocks ), hydrosphere ( water ), and atmosphere ( air ).
From the catch, the rower places the blade in the water, then applies pressure to the oar by simultaneously pushing the seat toward the bow of the boat by extending the legs.
From the 1870s onwards, the word torpedo was increasingly used only to describe self-propelled projectiles that traveled under or on water.
From a biological standpoint, water has many distinct properties that are critical for the proliferation of life that set it apart from other substances.
From 2000 to 2010, it financed projects which recruited and trained 3 million teachers, immunized 310 million children, funded $ 792 million in loans to 120, 000 small and medium enterprises, built or restored of 118, 000 kilometers of paved roads, built or restored 1, 600 bridges, and expanded access to improved water to 113 million people and improved sanitation facilities to 5. 8 million people.
From its origin at the Delta the canal runs some southwards through the west side of the San Joaquin Valley, providing irrigation water to farmlands along its length.
From Maskelyne ’ s observations Charles Hutton deduced a density for the earth 4. 5 times that of water ( the modern value is 5. 515 ).
From their superficially tadpole-like forms, leaf or paddle-shaped tails, and various degrees of streamlining, it is assumed that all vetulicolians discovered thus far were swimming animals that spent much, if not all, of their time living in the water column.
From that time, more and more buildings bought drainpipes to carry the water from the guttering roof to the ground and only very few buildings using gargoyles were constructed.
From this source, certain equipment can be used to derive the sea surface temperature and water salinity from the past few centuries.
From Eleven Mile Canyon, the South Platte runs northeast to Cheesman Reservoir, named for Denver water pioneer Walter S. Cheesman.
From the perspective of groundwater, fumaroles could be described as a hot spring that boils off all its water before the water reaches the surface.