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From and hung
From above one could only occasionally catch a glimpse of life on the floor of this green sea: a neighbor's gingham skirt flashing into sight for an instant on the path beneath her grape-arbor, or the movement of hands above a clothesline and the flutter of garments hung there, half-way down the block.
From January 2008 when the church celebrated its 40th anniversary, a modern day version of Leonardo Da Vinci's " Last Supper " by local artist Nicholas St John Rosse has hung above the main altar in the church.
From the Round Top Mountain area of Burrillville comes a very well known New England legend of a witch named Bathsheba Sherman who, according to the legend, sacrificed her infant child as an offering to Satan, then hung herself in her barn.
From the Entrance Hall, one walks through a mirrored passage hung with about 40 small paintings of famous Filipinos painted in 1940 by Florentino Macabuhay.
From the canopy was hung a mosquito net, arranged in Spanish Regime style.
From 1934 to 1949 it used as transmission aerial a wire hung up in a tower of wood.
From each gate hung a panel of deep saffron-colored nylon fabric.
From 1896 to 1929 the painting hung in the Musée du Luxembourg in Paris.
From 1929 it hung in the Musée du Louvre until it was transferred to the Musée d ' Orsay in 1986.
From its branches a bell was later hung, since the hermitage that Fernández de Lugo built in the same spot lacked a bell tower.
From the angles, seating radiates outward and upward, balconies hung over the space just under ceiling-hung acoustical panels that carried the asymmetrical theme all the way to the top of the theater.
From some of these are hung smaller chains of finer wire with minute fishes and other pendants fastened to them.
From 1937 to 1938 the cave was owned by Jerry Cannon and managed by Mose Arnold, who replaced the ladder with concrete steps and hung a rope next to the steps to aid visitors as they descended into the cave.

From and on
From then on, in keeping with the traditions they had followed since childhood, the whole group settled down to relish their food.
`` From now on, Sally and me and her folks aim to give you our turn when it comes up and fall in behind you and Rod's outfit ''.
From the man who had leaped in from the high bank outside, as the train had slowed on the grade.
From this time on Heidenstam proceeded to find his deeper self.
One, a reservation on the point I have just made, is the phenomenon of pseudo-thinking, pseudo-feeling, and pseudo-willing, which Fromm discussed in The Escape From Freedom.
From his first bout with the canny Woodruff, Pike had learned that it was better not to attack him directly, so, harping on the theme that the cost of printing was too high, he condemned the governor for permitting such a state of affairs to exist.
From that time to this my religious concern is that I might give effective help to the bringing in of God's kingdom on earth.
From New Jersey, Morgan hastened to the headquarters of Washington at Whitemarsh, Pennsylvania, arriving there on November 18th.
From that day on he never spoke to Harry or to Lew, or to Lew's two boys, Mort and Jimmy.
From 1613 on, if the lists exist, they contain between twenty to thirty names.
From this point of view the `` militant mobs '' of the past, stirred into action by one ideology or another, were all composed of `` intellectuals '' -- and this is not the level on which the essence of mankind can be discovered.
From next New Year's Day let us keep careful account of each successive fatality on the highways, publicizing it on all media of communication.
From this belief is derived the practical orientation of our policy on the `` uncommitted '' ( `` neutralist '', `` contested '' ) nations, especially on those whose leaders make the most noise -- Nehru, Tito, Nkrumah, Sukarno, Betancourt, etc..
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 the outside, it seemed no more than a low drumlin, a lump on the dark earth.
From there on, each Junior was going to be judged individually.
She hesitated, she hopped, she rolled and rocked, skipped and jumped, but in some two weeks she started to pace, From that time to this she has shown steady improvement and now looks like one of the classiest things on the grounds.
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 this point, I paint in as direct a manner as possible, by flowing on the washes with as pure a color mixture as I can manage.
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 and Hitchcock
From 1957 to 1958, he was the host of Suspicion, a TV series produced by Alfred Hitchcock.
The cinema of cruelty: From Buñuel to Hitchcock ( Francois Truffaut, Ed.
* Alfred Hitchcock Presents 1959 episode " Man From The South ", the opening shot shows the Casino and Fremont St.
Darell E. Bigham, From the Green Mountains to Tombigbee: Henry Hitchcock in Territorial Alabama, 1817 – 1819 ," The Alabama Review XXVI ( July, 1973 ): 209
From the 1950s, she guest-starred in episodes of television series such as Maverick, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Mr. Ed, Rawhide, 77 Sunset Strip, Bonanza, The Deputy, Have Gun Will Travel, Perry Mason, Family Affair, Ironside, and The Name of the Game, among dozens of others.

From and chair
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 1966 until 1973, he served as the chair of the CDU, and he was also a member of the Federal CDU board.
From 1863, he was privatdozent in comparative anatomy and zoology ; from 1866 extraordinary professor ; and from 1873 to 1912 full professor, first holder of the chair in zoology and director of the zoological institute at Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg in Breisgau.
From 1808 to 1832, he was professor of physics at the Sorbonne, a post which he only resigned for the chair of chemistry at the Jardin des Plantes.
From 1997 to 2000, he was at Harvard Law School, holding for a year the chair of Berkman Professor of Law, affiliated with the Berkman Center for Internet & Society.
From 1694 to 1716 he held the chair of medicine at Halle, and was then appointed physician to King Friedrich Wilhelm I of Prussia in Berlin.
From 1838 to 1848 he was professor of mathematics and natural philosophy, and from 1848 to 1854 was professor of chemistry and natural history in the University of Alabama, for two years, also, filling the chair of English literature.
From 1916 to 1939, he was chair of Ancient and Medieval History at the University of Barcelona.
From the corridor, automatic double doors give access to a brightly lit room which has an electric chair bolted to one of the walls, giving a top-down " God's-eye view " of it.
From 1912, he held the chair of theoretical physics in the German University in Prague.
From 1856 to 1876 he was professor of Greek at the University of Virginia, holding the chair of Latin also from 1861 to 1866.
From 2004 until 2007, Bryant was chair of the Labour Movement for Europe, succeeded by Mary Creagh MP.
From 1993 through 2002, Appel was chair of the mathematics department at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, New Hampshire.
From 1997 to 2001 he served as chair of the Vermont section.
From 1915 to 1966 the electric chair became the sole method of execution.
From 1842, the University also had a chair of Slavic Studies.
From 1909-1919 he was Professor for anatomy in Manchester, 1919-1937 he held the chair of Anatomy at the University College London.
From 1992 to 1997, she was a member of the Council of University College, London, and chair of Whittington Hospital NHS Trust.
From 1996 to 1999 he served a record three times as chair of the National Liberal Caucus and in 1999 became chair of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration and the chair of the Southwestern Ontario Liberal Caucus.
From 1524-1526 he practiced as a doctor in Munich, until he received a chair of medicine at Ingolstadt in 1526.
From 1995 to 2002, he was chair of the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy.
From 1825 until his death, he occupied the first chair in geography at the University of Berlin.

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