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It was the lengthiest investigation of any hill fort in western Europe.
One of his lengthiest and most significant missions was to newly independent Greece in the autumn of 1833.
The historian of science Edward Grant has described Book 9 as being the " lengthiest, most penetrating, and authoritative " analysis of this question made by " any author of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries ", apparently superseding even Galileo's Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems — Ptolemaic and Copernican in his opinion, and indeed one writer has recently described Book 9 as " the book Galileo was supposed to write ".
With 350 articles, the document was, as drafted, one of the world's lengthiest constitutions.
The Helsinki Cathedral on the northern edge of the Senate Square was Engel's lengthiest architectural project.
Dove ’ s lengthiest stay was with the people who inhabited the twin worlds of Oliver Finnerty ’ s brothel and Doc Dockery ’ s speakeasy.

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Chile's distinctive shape — long and on average wide — makes it the longest country in the world in terms of length-to-width ratio, with the fifth lengthiest coastline at over.
The lengthiest citations from it appear, with varying degrees of apparent relevance, as epigraphs to various chapters in the Demon Princes novels.
This expedition is one of the largest and lengthiest projects in Israel.
The Constitution of India, which came into effect from January 26, 1950, is the lengthiest written constitution in the world.
This is one of the lengthiest minimum terms ever handed out in British legal history, and is expected to keep Hanson behind bars until at least 2041 and the age of 61.
This is probably the lengthiest of Hitchcock's cameo appearances in his film career, appearing from 10 min.
Ratzel embarked on several expeditions, the lengthiest and most important being his 1874-1875 trip to North America, Cuba, and Mexico.
The preheat zone is often the lengthiest of the zones and often establishes the ramp-rate.
It is the lengthiest of all the Old Javanese kakawins of the Hindu-Buddhist period of Java.
While campaigning actively on behalf of primate conservation and preservation of rain forest, Galdikas continues her field research, among the lengthiest continuous studies of a mammal ever conducted.
The comic has survived many hiatuses ( the lengthiest lasting from August 14, 2004, to January 31, 2005 ) and much artistic evolution ( probably the most drastic change being a switch from full-color to black and white comics, a decision Clem credits partially to discovering his being partially colorblind ), but it remains, to this day, one of the longest lasting comics on the internet.
Dionysius of Halicarnassus ' essay On the Style of Demosthenes preserves ( as an example of the " middle style ") the lengthiest surviving fragment of Thrasymachus ' writing.
The lengthiest and most famous of Xenophon's Socratic writings, the Memorabilia is essentially an apologia ( defense ) of Socrates, differing from both Xenophon's Apology of Socrates to the Jury and Plato's Apology mainly in that the Apologies present Socrates as defending himself before the jury, whereas the former presents Xenophon's own defense of Socrates, offering edifying examples of Socrates ' conversations and activities along with occasional commentary from Xenophon.
Paul Whiteman recorded the piece in 1927 in abbreviated form ( minus the first movement ) because of the space limitations of the 12-inch 78-rpm disk, the lengthiest recording format available at that time.
To promote the record, the band took on one of the lengthiest tour schedules of their career, covering the United States and Europe with a bands such as The Ataris, Cursive, Against Me !, Dillinger Escape Plan, Hot Water Music and High on Fire on six separate, and very diverse tours.
The government of Alabama is organized under the provisions of the 1901 Constitution of Alabama, which is the lengthiest constitution of any political entity in the world.

interview and was
My curiosity was sharpened a day or two before the interview by a conversation I had with a well-informed teacher of literature, a Jesuit father, at a conference on religious drama near Paris.
An interview schedule of open-ended questions and a multiple-choice questionnaire were prepared, and one parent of each of the sample children was seen in the home.
The rating scale of compulsivity was constructed by first perusing the interview records, categorizing all evidence related to compulsivity, then arranging a distribution of such information apart from the case records.
Since the psychiatric interview, like any other interview, depends on communication, it is significant to note that the therapist in this interview was a man of marked skill and long experience.
the press reported the same facts in using Harrington's interview, but Lizzie did not suggest at the inquest that Harrington was the killer.
But Holmes was rejected again `` on the basis of his record and interview ''.
The evidence in court was testimony about the interview, which for Holmes lasted an hour, although at least one white student at Georgia got through this ritual by a simple phone conversation.
At the time of his interview with Charles Platt, van Vogt was still president of the Californian Association of Dianetic Auditors.
He was interviewed in his home at Cobham Hall by Montague Grover and the report of this interview was as follows.
According to an interview she gave to an Egyptian journalist, her first name was Yvonne, though she is referred to as Yvette in most published references.
In an interview with Metro in September 2006 she stated that if Parliament were of a normal length, it was likely she would retire at the next general election .< ref >
" I was indignant as hell about that leg ," he would reveal in a November 1950 interview in Time magazine.
Capp was the Playboy interview subject in December 1965, in a conversation conducted by Alvin Toffler.
In an interview, Brooks mentioned a conversation he'd had with Taxi Driver screenwriter Paul Schrader, in which Schrader said that Brooks's character was the only one in the movie that he could not " understand " – a remark that Brooks found amusing, as the movie's antihero was a psychotic loner.
In an interview conducted by Alan Jackson for The Times Magazine in 2001, before the album was released, Dylan said " these so-called connoisseurs of Bob Dylan music ... I don't feel they know a thing, or have any inkling of who I am and what I ’ m about.
In an interview included with the recent Mike Judge Collection DVD set, Judge said he was uncertain if some of the earlier episodes still existed in their uncensored form.
Later, in a Rolling Stone interview, Mike Judge was asked if Daria is coming back and he said, " No. There's sort of a cameo in one episode.
It is precisely from this crudity that the film itself gains a credibility of “ realism .” In an interview with Michael Bliss, De Palma notes “ Black, Baby was rehearsed for almost three weeks ...
" In a 2005 Washington Post interview, Jones dodged political questions and even admitted that he was embarrassed by " some of the more vitriolic comments " made by his predecessors.
According to a 2010 interview on Blog Talk Radios, Lessons Learned, Rick Tocquigny, when asked if Mumy was a Jonathan Harris fan, before Mumy's first meeting with Harris on Lost in Space, he said at age 5, he was too young to watch his mentor's show The Third Man which was probably late at night, but was old enough to watch The Bill Dana Show ( which also starred Harris's real-life best friend Don Adams ).

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