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From the east to the west coast of the Korean peninsula was a strip of land in which fear-filled men were at that same moment furtively crawling through the night, sitting in sweaty anticipation of any movement or sound, or shouting amidst confused rifle flashes and muzzle blasts.
From the moment that Hino had first walked into the mission to ask for a job, any job -- his qualifications neatly written on a piece of paper in a precise hand -- he had been ready to become a Christian.
From this presumption it is an easy step to the conclusion that any observed increases in the basic wage rate must be due to union behavior different and more aggressive than assumed in our model.
From here on out, the Ariadne was going to be hotter than any space cruiser man had ever dreamed of.
From the start, it was clear that bipartisan support would be essential to success in the war effort, and any manner of compromise alienated factions on both sides of the aisle, such as the appointment of Republicans and Democrats to command positions in the Union Army.
From the 4th century Christianization of the Roman Empire onwards such shrines, or the framework enclosing them, are often called by the Biblical term tabernacle, which becomes extended to any elaborated framework for a niche, window or picture.
From the end of 1888, the Amir spent eighteen months in his northern provinces bordering upon the Oxus, where he was engaged in pacifying the country that had been disturbed by revolts, and in punishing with a heavy hand all who were known or suspected to have taken any part in rebellion.
From basic functional analysis we know that any ket can be written as
From Comrade Semichastny's speech I learn that the government, ' would not put any obstacles in the way of my departure from the U. S. S. R .' For me this is impossible.
From then on, the U. S. actively engaged any communist threats anywhere in the globe under the ostensible causes of " freedom ", " democracy " and " human rights.
From 1963, the citizens of Yugoslavia were allowed to travel to almost any country because of the neutral politics.
" From these principles and some additional constraints —( 1a ) a lower bound on the linear dimensions of any of the parts, ( 1b ) an upper bound on speed of propagation ( the velocity of light ), ( 2 ) discrete progress of the machine, and ( 3 ) deterministic behavior — he produces a theorem that " What can be calculated by a device satisfying principles I – IV is computable.
Lay responses to ELIZA were disturbing to Weizenbaum and motivated him to write his book Computer Power and Human Reason: From Judgment to Calculation, in which he explains the limits of computers, as he wants to make clear in people's minds his opinion that the anthropomorphic views of computers are just a reduction of the human being and any life form for that matter.
From 1900, the Pathé company films also frequently copied and varied the ideas of the British film-makers, without making any major innovations in narrative film construction, but eventually the sheer volume of their production led to their film-makers giving a further precision and polish to the details of film continuity.
From 1938 until 1995, the U. S. Supreme Court did not invalidate any federal statute as exceeding Congress ' power under the Commerce Clause.
From these observations, there is no reason to assume at any point that a change of luck is warranted based on prior trials ( flips ), because every outcome observed will always have been as likely as the other outcomes that were not observed for that particular trial, given a fair coin.
From 1961 to 1972, the Soviet Union caught 138 gray whales ( they originally reported not having taken any ).
From this, it might be wondered why any rational government would engage in actions that cause or continue hyperinflation.
From the 1930s when de Havilland opened a factory until the 1990s when British Aerospace closed, Hatfield was associated with aircraft design and manufacture, which employed more people than any other industry.
From that time onwards, he was given carte blanche in framing the foreign policy of any future Indian nation.
From the British point of view, it was regarded as highly desirable to keep Romania and its oil out of German hands ; since Germany had hardly any natural supplies of oil, the ability of the Royal Navy to successfully impose a blockade represented a British trump card both to deter war, and if necessary, win a war.
From almost all initial conditions we can no longer see any oscillations of finite period.
From the viewpoint of any single unaccelerated observer, mass can neither be created or destroyed, and special relativity does not change this understanding.
From the Amazon the Napo is navigable for river craft up to its Curaray branch, a distance of about 216 miles ( 350 km ), and perhaps a bit further ; thence, by painful canoe navigation, its upper waters may be ascended as far as Santa Rosa, the usual point of embarkation for any venturesome traveller who descends from the Quito tableland.
From early days, clothes-free beaches and other types of ad-hoc nudist activities have served those who wish to take part in naturist activities without belonging to any clubs.

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From the 980s, Gerbert of Aurillac ( later, Pope Sylvester II ) used his position to spread knowledge of the numerals in Europe.
From 1954 until 1959 he was the First Sea Lord, a position that had been held by his father, Prince Louis of Battenberg, some forty years earlier.
From the outset, this new republic held that film would be the most ideal propaganda tool for the Soviet Union because of its widespread popularity among the established citizenry of the new land ; Vladimir Lenin, in fact, declared it the most important medium for educating the masses in the ways, means and successes of Communism, a position which was later echoed by Joseph Stalin.
From the roundoff position the gymnast travels backwards as in a backhandspring so that the hands land on the vaulting platform ( horse ).
From the times of Isaac Vossius, several scholars adhered to this position, most notably the so-called " French school " during the 19th century, which included the famous chemist Marcellin Berthelot.
From 1438 the Habsburgs, who controlled most of the southeast of the Empire ( more or less modern-day Austria and Slovenia, and Bohemia and Moravia after the death of King Louis II in 1526 ), maintained a constant grip on the position of the Holy Roman Emperor until 1806 ( with the exception of the years between 1742 and 1745 ).
From March 2003, Holden no longer held the number one sales position in Australia, losing ground to Toyota.
From 1847 to 1854 Bruce was stipendiary magistrate for Merthyr Tydfil and Aberdare, resigning the position in the latter year, when he entered parliament as Liberal member for Merthyr Tydfil.
From March 2007 to February 2010, he was Vice President of Emerging Platforms at Sun, until the company merged with Oracle and he resigned his position with the company.
From the outset, Kemp had failed to position himself as the primary alternative to Vice President Bush.
From 1872 to 1875, he was director of the concerts of the Vienna Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde ; afterwards, he accepted no formal position.
From 1952, Philby struggled to find work as a journalist, eventually – in August 1954 – accepting a position with a diplomatic newsletter called the Fleet Street Letter.
From the reign of Clotaire II and Dagobert I survive many examples of the royal position as the supreme justice and final arbiter.
From the point of view of another frame of reference moving at a uniform speed, the position ( represented by a primed coordinate ) changes with time as
From this time, there was a growing acceptance of the position of Prime Minister and the title was more commonly used, if only unofficially.
From this commanding position, the Prime Minister directs the law-making process, enacting into law his party ’ s programme.
From the early Qing Dynasty, the central government was characterized by a system of dual appointments by which each position in the central government had a Manchu and a Han Chinese assigned to it.
From a previously unassailable position, Scott became a figure of controversy, with questions raised about his competence and character.
From 24 January 1941 Menzies spent four months in Britain discussing war strategy with Churchill and other Empire leaders, while his position at home deteriorated.
From 1947 Nevanlinna had a chair in the University of Zurich, which he held on a half-time basis after receiving in 1948 a permanent position as one of the 12 salaried Academicians in the newly created Academy of Finland.
From 1959, the Federal Council, elected by the parliament, is composed of members of the four major parties, the Protestant Free Democrats, the Catholic Christian Democrats, the left-wing Social Democrats and the right-wing People's Party, essentially creating a system without a sizeable parliamentary opposition ( see concordance system ), reflecting the powerful position of an opposition in a direct democracy.
From 1850 to 1854 he filled the position of assistant in the college, and soon embarked upon original work, not in organic chemistry where the inspiration of his teacher, August Wilhelm von Hofmann, might have been expected to lead him, but on new compounds of selenium.
From a fixed position on the ground, the sun appears to orbit around the Earth.
From this position, he will " uncoil " his body beginning with his legs, progressing to his hips and then on to his arms.
From a poor defensive position on the baseline, the lob can be used as either an offensive or defensive weapon, hitting the ball high and deep into the opponent's court to either enable the lobber to get into better defensive position or to win the point outright by hitting it over the opponent's head.

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