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From there Route N193 readily connects to the center of the city.
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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 the night of August 30 to the morning of September 2 there was no Union cavalry east of the Macon railway to disclose to Sherman that he was missing the greatest opportunity of his career.
From New Jersey, Morgan hastened to the headquarters of Washington at Whitemarsh, Pennsylvania, arriving there on November 18th.
From there it looked across at Westchester County and the Hudson River where the manor houses, estates, and big farms of the original ( non-Indian ) landowners began.
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 time to time since the present war began there have been reports that one or more of the Axis powers were seriously contemplating use of poisonous gas or noxious gases or other inhumane devices of warfare.
From the time he had been at college he had achieved a certain tranquility and composure by accepting the fact that there were certain things he could never know.
From 1764 onwards, there was a gradual change from a slave-based society to one based on production for domestic consumption and export.
From there, his body was taken to the home of Colonel William Inge, which had been his headquarters in Corinth.
From there Alaric escaped with difficulty, and not without some suspicion of connivance by Stilicho, who supposedly had again received orders to depart.
From there she negotiated with the emperor for the safety of family members left in the capital, while protesting her sons ' innocence of hostile actions ; under the falsehood of making a vesperal visit to worship at the church, she deliberately excluded the grandson of Botaneiates and his loyal tutor, met with Alexios and Isaac and fled for the forum of Constantine.
From there he waged an intermittent civil war against his grandfather, which first secured him recognition of his post as co-emperor, and ultimately led to the deposition of Andronikos II in 1328.
From time to time there has been debate over repealing the clause that prevents " Papists " ( Roman Catholics ) or those who marry one from ascending to the British throne.
From there we see Jesus ' ministry move from Galilee ( chapters 4 – 9 ), through Samaria and Judea ( chs.
From Kola, there are indications of a similar situation, suggesting a population of around 20 adults.
From the time of the Spanish colonies there has existed a type of sorbet made from fallen hail or snow.
From there, the Acadians spread throughout the Valley, in various communities, building dykes to claim the tidal lands along the Annapolis and Cornwallis Rivers.
From the early 1940s to the late 1950s, there were scores of Sunday strip-style magazine ads for Cream of Wheat using the Abner characters, and in the 1950s, Fearless Fosdick became a spokesman for Wildroot Cream-Oil hair tonic in a series of daily strip-style print ads.
From the beach there are also views of the San Francisco skyline and the San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge.
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From the 5th century, the capital, Palembang, became a major seaport and functioned as an entrepot on the Spice Route between India and China.
From there it roughly followed the Central Nevada Route to Carson City, Nevada before passing over the Sierras into Sacramento, California.
From Salt Lake City it generally followed the Central Nevada Route blazed by Captain James H. Simpson of the Corps of Topographical Engineers in 1859.
From the west, Colorado Route 145 is the most common way into Telluride, however there are two alternate passes to enter the town as well.
From the Douglas town line to the intersection of Massachusetts Route 122, it is known as Hartford Avenue West ; from Route 122 to the Mendon town line, it is known as Hartford Avenue East.
From Murdochville, Route 198 follows the York River to the city of Gaspé on the peninsula's eastern tip.
From Moncton, the highway continues southeast for to a junction at Aulac on the New Brunswick – Nova Scotia border ( near Sackville ) where the Trans-Canada Highway splits into the main route continuing to the nearby border with Nova Scotia as Route 2, and a route designated as Route 16 which runs east to the Confederation Bridge at Cape Jourimain.
From Canton, Route 128 and Interstate 95 heads northwest, north, northeast and east around the Boston area to Peabody, where I-95 splits to head north toward Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
From its western terminus, Route 28 heads east through Raritan, intersecting County Route 567 and then U. S. Route 202 and U. S. Route 206 at the Somerville Circle before heading through the central part of Somerville.
From there, Route 138 becomes surrounded by patches of trees before interchanging with the southern terminus of Route 18 soon after.
From here, the road heads through suburban residential and agricultural areas as a road, intersecting County Route 54 ( Phalanx Road ) before meeting County Route 4 ( Conover Road ).
From there, Route 35 heads north and intersects Route 138, an extension of Interstate 195, continuing north through Monmouth County before crossing the Victory Bridge over the Raritan River into Perth Amboy, where the route continues north to Rahway.
From the late 1950s to the mid-1970s, there were plans to build a freeway along the Route 35 corridor from Seaside Heights north into Monmouth County ; the only portion that was built became part of Route 18.
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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 details of the homicides he concluded that the risk of a crime of passion or other domestic dispute ending in a fatal injury was much higher when a gun was readily available ( essentially all the increased risk being in homes where a handgun was kept loaded and unlocked ), compared to a lower rate of fatality in domestic violence not involving a firearm.
From approximately 1925 through the 1940s the college was primarily funded through private loans and donations from local businesses and community members but steady funds were not always readily available.
From their first gig, opening for The Jam at Reading University in February 1979, the band was adopted by a group of East End Mods, who readily embraced Page ’ s Glory Boy concept.
From a good vantage point along a road or cycleway with a sight line of 1 km or more, one can watch cyclists approaching during daylight, and see that those clad in high-visibility clothing become readily visible long before dull-clad cyclists riding next to them.
From cysts, brine shrimp nauplii can readily be used to feed fish and crustacean larvae just after one-day incubation.
From its inception and founding by a University of California at Santa Cruz graduate, Doug Michels, the company drew upon the readily available technical talent who chose to remain in the central California coastal town of Santa Cruz after graduating.
From these six parameters the other model values, including the Hubble constant and age of the universe, can be readily calculated.
From the age of ten he was building rockets in his back yard powered by sugar and other readily available ingredients.
From the 17th century onwards, fiction became increasingly popular and more readily available through book rental schemes.
" From the original papers and letters, it becomes clear that she was first-class politician, and that was why she readily extended her support to Mahadji Shinde.
From the deck, the sail can very readily be set or reduced by very small increments so as to control the power obtained from it.
From experiential lessons in the school yard and field trips to national parks to after-school green clubs and school wide sustainability projects, the environment is a topic which is readily and easily accessible.