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From an analysis of relationships and diversities within the Asterales and with their superorders, estimates of the age of the beginning of the Asterales have been made, which range from 116 Mya to 82Mya.
From these figures, the All Japan Kendo Federation estimates that the number of " kendōka " in Japan is 1. 66 million by adding the number of the registered dan holders and the active kendo practitioners without dan grade.
From his initial monastery, demand quickly grew and, by the time of his death in 346, one count estimates there were 3000 monasteries dotting Egypt from north to south.
From decades of research he made estimates for the pre-contact population and the history of demographic decline during the Spanish and post-Spanish periods.
From 1975 to 1979, an estimated 17, 000 people were imprisoned at Tuol Sleng ( some estimates suggest a number as high as 20, 000, although the real number is unknown ).
From the invention of insurance in the 14th century, insurance rates were based on estimates ( often intuitive ) of the frequencies of the events insured against, which involves an implicit use of a statistical syllogism.
From the near-simultaneous observations of neutrinos and photons from SN 1987A, we know that the Shapiro delay for high-energy neutrinos is the same as that for photons to within 10 % ( consistent with recent estimates of the neutrino mass which imply that those neutrinos were moving at very close to the speed of light ).
From the 2006 Lancet article: " The striking similarity between the 2004 and 2006 estimates of pre-war mortality diminishes concerns about people ’ s ability to recall deaths accurately over a 4-year period.
By step 2, we have a complete and precise description of the character table of the CA group G. From this, and using the fact that G has odd order, sufficient information is available to obtain estimates for | G | and arrive at a contradiction to the assumption that G is simple.

From and from
From the man who had leaped in from the high bank outside, as the train had slowed on the grade.
Harris J. Griston, in Shaking The Dust From Shakespeare ( 216 ), writes: `` There is not a word spoken by Shylock which one would expect from a real Jew ''.
The CTCA distributed a khaki-bound songbook that provided the impetus for spirited renditions of the selections found therein, plus a number of others whose lyrics were more earthy -- from `` Johnny Get Your Gun '' to `` Keep The Home Fires Burning '' to `` Mademoiselle From Armentieres ''.
From the saddlebags, hung on a Hitchcock chair, David took out a good English razor, a present from John Hunter.
From the beginning of commercial recording, new discs purported to be indistinguishable from The Real Thing have regularly been put in circulation.
) From the technical standpoint, records differ from live music to the degree that they fail to convey the true color, texture, complexity, range, intensity, pulse, and pitch of the original.
From proud pool-owners to perpetual hosts and handymen was a short step -- no more than the change from city clothes to trunks.
From the town surveyor, Hans learned drawing and mathematics and, from a university student, some academic subjects.
From this and the force of deformation it should be possible to calculate the elastic energy of deformation which should be equal to the Af calculated from the pressure normal to the shearing face.
From the point of view of syntactic analysis the head word in the statement is the predicator has broken, and from the point of view of meaning it would seem that the trouble centers in the breaking ; ;
From six to nine million additional Germans would be evicted, though most would have fled, and Poland would receive far more from Germany than the poor territories, including the great Pripet Marshes, which she lost to Russia.
From 1896 until 1910 John H. Whipple was manager of Western Union at the Center in the drugstore he purchased from Clark Wait.
From fourteen states and three foreign countries they come to spend the months from mid-September to June.
From the luggage, they learned that the two air pirates, far from being Cubans, were native Americans, subsequently identified as Leon Bearden, 50-year-old ex-convict from Coolidge, Ariz., and his son, Cody, 16, a high-school junior.
From God's Will and Wisdom, and from virgin earth.
From Latin animātiō, " the act of bringing to life "; from animō (" to animate " or " give life to ") +-ātiō (" the act of ").
From his eastern-origin Apollo brought the art of inspection from " symbols and omina " ( σημεία και τέρατα: semeia kai terata ), and of the observation of the omens of the days.
" From sea to shining sea " is an American idiom meaning from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean ( or vice versa ).
From the neolithic age Asia Minor was the route of the forward-Asiatic cultural stream which moved from the Near East to the west and spread the agriculture to the east coasts of Greece and Crete during the 5th millennium BC and then to the Balkan region and the whole of Europe.
From 1764 onwards, there was a gradual change from a slave-based society to one based on production for domestic consumption and export.
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 796 until his death he was Abbot of the great monastery of St. Martin of Tours where he founded a library by obtaining copies of books from libraries in his native England.
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From and simulations
From 1979 to 1980, the NSF-funded project at NMSU focused on " digital graphical simulations for learning ".

From and produced
From 2004 to 2005, Japanese TV network NHK produced a 39 episode anime series titled Agatha Christie's Great Detectives Poirot and Marple, which features both Miss Marple and Hercule Poirot.
From the other perspective, Alcott's unique teaching ideas created an environment which produced two famous daughters in different fields, in a time when women were not commonly encouraged to have independent careers.
The Bronx's evolution from a hot bed of Latin jazz to an incubator of hip hop was the subject of an award-winning documentary, produced by City Lore and broadcast on PBS in 2006, " From Mambo to Hip Hop: A South Bronx Tale ".
From 22 March 2010, Coronation Street was produced in 1080 / 50i for transmission on HDTV platforms on ITV1 HD.
From an African view-point, that amounted to consistent expatriation of surplus produced by African labour out of African resources.
From 1923 to 1925, the company produced light cars and trucks under the name of Lila.
Jazz Impressions of the USA ( 1956, Morello's debut with the group ), Jazz Impressions of Eurasia ( 1958 ), Jazz Impressions of Japan ( 1964 ), and Jazz Impressions of New York ( 1964 ) are less well-known albums, but all are brilliant examples of the quartet's studio work, and they produced Brubeck standards such as " Summer Song ," " Brandenburg Gate ," " Koto Song ," and " Theme From Mr. Broadway.
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 1952-1956, Capra produced four science-related television specials in color for The Bell Laboratory Science Series: Our Mr. Sun ( 1956 ), Hemo the Magnificent ( 1957 ), The Strange Case of the Cosmic Rays ( 1957 ), and Meteora: The Unchained Goddess ( 1958 ).
From 1969 until the late 1980s, Hee Haw was produced by Yongestreet Productions, named after Yonge Street, a major thoroughfare in Toronto.
From 1933-1947 Hollywood produced three talking films: Fighting with Kit Carson, a serial ( 1933 ), revised as a single movie: The Return of Kit Carson ( 1947 ); Overland with Kit Carson ( 1939 ); and Kit Carson ( 1940 ), starring Jon Hall in the title role.
From the variables defined above, we find two other common expression for the value produced during a given period as:
* Mexico: From Empire to Revolution –- Photographs from the Getty Research Institute's collections exploring Mexican history and culture though images produced between 1857 and 1923.
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 ).
From the start, the Vikings embraced an energetic marketing program that produced first-year season ticket sales of nearly 26, 000 and an average home attendance of 34, 586, about 85 percent of the capacity of 40, 800 for Metropolitan Stadium.
From 1957 until her final disc for the company in 1972, she produced a steady stream of two or three albums per year which usually included standards ( often arranged quite different from the original ), her own compositions, and material from young artists.
From the 17th through the 19th centuries, the merging of folk beliefs about group differences with scientific explanations of those differences produced what one scholar has called an " ideology of race ".
From this opening, a rather loud report is produced.
From 1990 to 2005 Scientific American also produced a television program on PBS called Scientific American Frontiers.
From November 17, 1947 to December 23, 1947, John Bardeen and Walter Brattain at AT & T's Bell Labs in the United States, performed experiments and observed that when two gold point contacts were applied to a crystal of germanium, a signal was produced with the output power greater than the input.
From these grapes, a low-alcohol white wine is produced by vermouth manufacturers.
From 1908 to 1913 the Deutz Gasmotoren Fabrik produced benzene electric trainsets ( Hybrid ) which used a V6 as generator-engine.
From 1974 to 1977 Hercules produced a limited number of motorcycles powered by Wankel engines, its production was discontinued because of failing to attain the necessary number of motorcycles sold by month to reach profitability by 27 units.
" From then until its closure in 1946, the press — which was run by the poet's sisters — produced over 70 titles ; 48 of them books by Yeats himself.
From 1930 to 1933, Disney alumni Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising produced a series of musical cartoons for Leon Schlesinger, who sold the shorts to Warner.

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