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From its holder he took his own canteen.
From all reports so far received, its performance conformed to the high standards I have just described.
From its inception in 1920 with the passage of Public Law 236, 66th Congress, the purpose of the vocational rehabilitation program has been to assist the States, by means of grants-in-aid, to return disabled men and women to productive, gainful employment.
From there I turned left along Cumhuriyet Cadesi past more hotels and a park on the left, Republic Gardens, and came in a few moments to Taksim Square, one of the hubs of the city, with the Monument of the Republic, erected in 1928, in its center.
From the curio cabinet on its south wall and the bureaus beneath, you abstracted seventeen ivory, metal, wood, and stone sculptures of Oriental and African origin, two snuffboxes, and a jade-handled magnifying glass.
From even a cursory inspection of its many aspects, however, the historian can deduce several fundamental conclusions about the progress of the Aegean world down to 800 B.C.
From Fig. 6 the relationship between these parameters can readily be derived and the cutting force is Af where **yl is the shear strength of the coating and is a parameter of the coatings material, W is the width of the removed coating and T is its thickness.
From the lioness' point of view, this strange creature on the back of another creature, lashing out with its long thin paw, very likely appeared as something she could not at first cope with.
`` From its beginning '', the trustees' statement said Friday, `` Emory University has assumed as its primary commitment a dedication to excellence in Christian higher learning.
From biblical to medieval Christian traditions, tensions between self-affirmation and other-regard were sometimes discussed under the heading of " disinterested love ," as in the Pauline phrase " love seeks not its own interests.
From its beginnings in the early 19th century through the early 20th century, anthropology in the United States was influenced by the presence of Native American societies.
From the mid-1980s through at least 1992, the United States was the primary source of military and other support for the UNITA rebel movement, which was led from its creation through 2002 by Jonas Savimbi.
From here, it can be argued that, to the extent amateurs threaten the professional industry by providing free services, the professional industry has an interest in making its counterpart amateur activity shameful.
From his blood sprang a red flower, as at the death of Hyacinthus, which bore on its leaves the initial letters of his name Ai, also expressive of lament.
AA's name derived from its first book, informally called " The Big Book ", originally titled Alcoholics Anonymous: The Story of How More Than One Hundred Men Have Recovered From Alcoholism
From the beginning, Colangelo wanted to market the Diamondbacks to a statewide fan base and not limit fan appeal to Phoenix and its suburbs.
From 1900 on, thanks to the positive reception given to his ideas, Steiner focused increasingly on his work with the Theosophical Society becoming the secretary of its section in Germany in 1902.
From 1590 onward, its stones were raided for buildings in the town of Arbroath.
From his associations in the house of his uncle, and later as his uncle's disciple and as a member of the academy at Sepphoris, Rav acquired such an extraordinary knowledge of traditional lore as to make him its foremost exponent in his native land.
From this appearance it takes its name.
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 this expression Einstein argued that the displacement of a Brownian particle is not proportional to the elapsed time, but rather to its square root.
From its opening, Nahum shows God to be slow to anger but that He will by no means clear the guilty, but will bring his vengeance and wrath to pass.
From its inception, BJU has been located in the South " but has never had a predominantly southern constituency.

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From the earliest days of the motor car industry, before the A.L.A.M. was established, patent infringement loomed as a serious and vexing problem.
One tablet from this period reads, "( From the earliest days ) no-one had made a statue of lead, ( but ) Rimush king of Kish, had a statue of himself made of lead.
From the time that the earliest English-speaking settlers arrived, the area has also been known as The Forks, because it is situated at the confluence of the north and south branches of the Kalamazoo River.
From the earliest settlement of the Cayman Islands, economic activity was hindered by isolation and a limited natural resource base.
From its earliest inception as a single service initiative formed in 1981 by Columbia University undergraduates, Community Impact has grown into Columbia University's largest student service organization.
From earliest times cavalry had the advantage of improved mobility, making it an
From the earliest times knights and mounted men-at-arms had frequently dismounted to handle enemies they could not overcome on horseback, such as in the Battle of the Dyle ( 891 ) and the Battle of Bremule ( 1119 ), but after 1350s this trend became more marked with the dismounted men-at-arms fighting as super-heavy infantry with two-handed swords and poleaxes.
From earliest times, some kind of government has arguably been a vital part of every human society — though this refers only to a particularly loose definition of government.
From his earliest involvement in politics, Cleveland aligned himself with the Democratic Party.
From his earliest days, Audubon had an affinity for birds.
From the earliest microcontrollers to today, six-transistor SRAM is almost always used as the read / write working memory, with a few more transistors per bit used in the register file.
From the earliest finds, opium has appeared to have ritual significance, and anthropologists have speculated that ancient priests may have used the drug as a proof of healing power.
" From its earliest beginnings, Christianity spread much more quickly in major urban areas ( like Antioch, Alexandria, Carthage, Corinth, Rome ) than in the countryside ( in fact, the early church was almost entirely urban ), and soon the word for " country dweller " became synonymous with someone who was " not a Christian ," giving rise to the modern meaning of " pagan.
From the earliest phonograph designs, many of which were powered by spring-wound mechanisms, a speed governor was essential.
From its earliest stirrings, with their focus on the development of national languages and folklore, and the spiritual value of local customs and traditions, to the movements that would redraw the map of Europe and lead to calls for " self-determination " of nationalities, nationalism was one of the key issues in Romanticism, determining its roles, expressions and meanings.
From the earliest times, at least since the plays of Aristophanes, the primary topics of literary satire are politics, religion and sex.
From earliest times and in many distant armies throughout history, the right hand ( or " weapon hand ") has been raised as a greeting of friendship and to demonstrate the absence of a weapon.
From the 6th century BCE, the pre-Socratic Greek philosophers developed the earliest known philosophical models of the universe.
From his earliest works, Brahms wrote music that prominently featured the viola.
From his earliest youth he was fond of Dartmoor, his early associations centring around the neighbourhood of Sheepstor, Walkhampton, Meavy, and Yannadon.
From a very early date, British coins have been inscribed with the name of the ruler of the kingdom in which they were produced, and a longer or shorter title, always in Latin ; among the earliest distinctive English coins are the silver pennies of Offa of Mercia, which were inscribed with the legend " King Offa ".
From her earliest years, she delighted everyone with her extraordinary beauty and vivacity.
From Maryland's earliest days, Cecilius Calvert had enjoined its colonists to leave religious rivalries behind.
From the earliest record for Nuku ' alofa, the early writer always refer to the settlement as Noogollefa ( 1797 ), Nioocalofa ( 1806 ), Nukualofa ( 1826 by Methodist ) and Noukou-Alofa ( 1842 by French Catholic Priest ).

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