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In fact, the recent warnings about the use of X-rays have introduced fears and ambiguities of action which now require more detailed understanding, and thus in this instance, science has momentarily aggravated our fears.
Let us survey for a moment the development of modern thought -- turning our attention from the Reformation toward the revolutionary and romantic movements that follow and dwelling finally on more recent decades.
Mr. Freeman said that in many of the countries he visited on a recent world trade trip people were more awed by America's capacity to produce food surpluses than by our industrial production -- or even by the Soviet's successes in space.
-- I, too, congratulate the American Legion, of which I am proud to have been a member for more than 40 years, on the recent state convention.
Slightly more than 5,000 boats were registered with the Coast Guard prior to the recent passage of the state boating law.
But more important, we believe, it must concentrate on the development of entirely new concepts in textile processing as do the Unifil loom winder and our more recent Uniconer automatic coning machine.
For the near term, however, it must be realized that the industrial and commercial market is somewhat more sensitive to general business conditions than is the military market, and for this reason I would expect that any gain in 1961 may be somewhat smaller than those of recent years ; ;
and much more commonly in recent years, the engineer who found that other duties interfered with -- or eliminated -- his engineering contributions.
`` A recent, and more pertinent action, has been the establishment of a technical staff reporting to the vice-president for Engineering.
There is much that many industries can continue to learn from some of the more recent developments described below.
According to a recent Wall Street Journal survey, plastics units now account for more than 50% of all sign sales.
As you've doubtless forgotten the circumstances in the press of more recent depredations, permit me to recapitulate them briefly.
Before considering more recent activities, we should note another important aspect of demography in Belgian Africa.
The recent federal government's student-loan program is another step in the direction of making higher education more available to lower-status youth.
In recent times, when sexual matters began to be discussed more scientifically and more openly, the emotional aspects of virginity received considerable attention.
And an additional factor was helping to make women more sexually self-assertive -- the comparatively recent discovery of the true depths of female desire and response.
One can apply these facts to Britain in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries as she spread her dominion over palm and pine, and they can be applied again to the United States in more recent years.
I was curious to know if Lumumba's death, which is surely among the most sinister of recent events, would elicit from `` our '' side anything more than the usual, well-meaning rhetoric.
There has been more activity across the state line in Massachusetts than in Rhode Island in recent weeks toward enforcement of the Sunday sales laws.
West Virginia toll bonds have defaulted in interest for months, and, despite recent improvement in revenues, holders of the bonds are faced with more of the same.
Astrophotography has become more popular for amateurs in recent times, as relatively sophisticated equipment, such as high quality CCD cameras, has become more affordable.
Some more recent studies have used the word anthophyte to describe a group which includes the angiosperms and a variety of fossils ( glossopterids, Pentoxylon, Bennettitales, and Caytonia ), but not the Gnetales.

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Keith Sterling had looked down on the Brahmaputra more times than he could remember, during the war days when he flew over the Hump of the world, thinking it high adventure in those times before man was guiding himself through outer space.
( B ) A message runs too great a risk of being distorted if it is to be relayed more than about six consecutive times.
The horseman required eleven times more than the footman.
Bad relations between England and Flanders brought hard times to the shepherds scattered over the dales and downs as well as to the crowded Flemish cities, and while the English, so far, had done no more than grumble, Othon had seen what the discontent might lead to, for before he left the Low Countries the citizens of Ghent had risen in protest against the expense of supporting Edward and his troops, and the regular soldiers had found it unexpectedly difficult to put down the nasty little riot that ensued.
Two or three times, C. C. Burlingham came to lunch with us in Weston, that wonderful man who lived to be more than a hundred years old and whose birthplace had been my Wall Street suburb.
Between the telephone and the wall plug there was sixty feet of cord, and when the conversation came to an end, Eugene carried the instrument with him the whole length of the apartment, to his bathroom, where it rang three more times while he was shaving and in the tub.
De Jager ( 1955 ) has calculated the times required for these particles to reach the atmosphere under the influence of the Poynting-Robertson effect, which in this case causes the orbits to become more and more eccentric without changing the semi-major axis.
No sympathy or admiration for Brown could be found in the Providence Daily Post, for the editor claimed that there were a score of men in the state prison who were a thousand times more deserving of sympathy.
True, we do not know how they were regarded in their day, but we need not believe the epic audience to have been more insensitive to the formulas than the numerous scholars of modern times who have read Germanic or Homeric poetry all their lives and still found much to admire in occasional occurrences of the most familiar phrases.
The instrumental method, however, is about 100 times more sensitive and yields numerical results which can be accurately repeated at will over a period of time.
For, in the process of decanting, the bottle is only tilted once instead of several or more times at the table: hence, a minimum of the undesirable mixture of wine and dregs.
Even a city of thirty thousand might have six baseball teams, sponsored by grocers and hardware merchants or department stores, that played two or three times a week throughout the summer, usually in the cool of the evening, before an earnest and partisan audience who did not begrudge a quarter each, or even more, to be dropped into a hat when the game was half over.
He was called upon 26 times -- more than all of the other ball-carriers combined -- and delivered 145 yards.
Miss Pons is certainly not 70 -- no singer ever is -- and yet the rewards of the evening again lay more in paying tribute to a great figure of times gone by than in present accomplishments.
What concerns him much more is the relationship of diet to the nation's No. 1 killer: coronary artery disease, which accounts for more than half of all heart fatalities and kills 500,000 Americans a year -- twice the toll from all varieties of cancer, five times the deaths from automobile accidents.
At various times in the more than 100 years that have elapsed since the song was written, particularly during the John F. Kennedy administration, there have been efforts to give " America the Beautiful " legal status either as a national hymn, or as a national anthem equal to, or in place of, " The Star-Spangled Banner ", but so far this has not succeeded.
In those times, the " somewhat more humane attitudes of an earlier day had all but disappeared and the laborer had come to be regarded as a commodity ".
The diverse ethnic communities – the Ovimbundu, Ambundu, Bakongo, Chokwe, and other peoples – maintain to varying degrees their own cultural traits, traditions and languages, but in the cities, where slightly more than half of the population now lives, a mixed culture has been emerging since colonial timesin Luanda since its foundation in the 16th century.

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However, this has now been replaced by a more professional exhibition space incorporating laser, video, slide shows, audio commentaries, and some interactive elements.
* A colour video card with sprite capability based on the same video chip ( the TMS9918 ) as the TI99 / 4 and MSX computers, designed for gaming, and more creative and colorful educational software.
Based on a newer, slightly more flexible, version of the Asters original Motorola MC6845 video chip, the Rockwell 6545, it worked by adding a new video mode, one with the ability to reprogram an extended, ( 2048 characters instead of 256 characters ) version of the character set, supported by an extended character memory of the video card that did not use one ( 8 bit ) byte per character, but an 11 bit " word ", so it could address each one of the available 2048 unique programmable characters.
This most commonly refers to matched pairs of handguns but can refer to any other weapon that can be held in one hand such as machine pistols and even melee weapons, although this is more common in role-playing video games.
Some games use CDs, video cassettes, and, more recently, DVDs in accompaniment to the game.
Although they may only have a short cinema life, cult films often enjoy ongoing popularity through long runs on video, thus being issued in video " runs " with more copies than other movies.
An example may be Paul Verhoeven's big budgeted, highly sexualized Showgirls ( 1995 ), initially intended to be a drama film about the rise of a Las Vegas stripper, that flopped both critically and commercially when released theatrically ; afterward, it enjoyed success on the home video market, generating more than $ 100 million from video rentals.
In comparison with association croquet, play is faster and balls are more likely to be lifted off the ground, as seen in this video footage.
There are thousands of audio and video codecs, ranging in cost from free to hundreds of dollars or more.
In areas of video with more motion, the compression must encode more data to keep up with the larger number of pixels that are changing.
However, this process demands a lot more computing power than editing intraframe compressed video with the same picture quality.
Throughout the 1980s and ' 90s, Young promised fans a follow-up to the original Decade collection, provisionally titled Decade II ; eventually, this idea was scrapped in favor of a much more comprehensive anthology to be titled Archives, spanning his entire career and ranging in size from a box set to an entire series of audio and / or video releases.
The file sizes of digital video used for professional editing are generally not practical for these purposes, and the video requires further compression with codecs such as Sorenson, H264 and more recently AppleProRes especially for HD.
A lifelong fan of science fiction " B-movies ", Ackerman had cameos in over 210 films, including bit parts in many monster movies and science fiction films ( The Howling, Innocent Blood, Return of the Living Dead Part II ), more traditional " imagi-movies " The Time Travelers, Future War, spoofs and comedies ( Amazon Women on the Moon, Attack of the 60 Foot Centerfold, The Wizard of Speed and Time ), and at least one major music video ( Michael Jackson's Thriller ).
From pictures on the wall to movies to television to video games to computers, each successive generation has been exposed to richer optical displays than the one before and may have become more adept at visual analysis.
However, as more Westerners were able to view the original version of the film ( especially after its availability on home video during the late 1980s ), and gain access to Japanese publications about the film, the myth was dispelled.
His character on Galaxy Quest had been a Wunderkind pilot, but the real-life Tommy has much more difficulty piloting a real starship and only masters the controls after watching video of his work as a child.
With the increased costs of good kits moving upward and entertainment competition for youth moving more towards computers and video gaming in the home, the average age of the avid hobbyist is now much older than ever before — with adults making up the vast majority of enthusiasts.

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