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was and proposed
Though his election was interpreted by many Southerners as the forerunner of a dangerous shift in the federal balance in favor of the Union, Lincoln himself proposed no such change in the rights the Constitution gave the states.
At no time does he seem to have proposed marriage, and Mrs. King was evidently torn between a concern for her daughter's emotions and the desire to believe that the friendship might be continued without harm to her reputation.
He had preached a short sermon, trying to talk man-to-man to the audience, to tell them who he was, what he had done in Macon and Birmingham, and what he proposed to do here.
When it was proposed to rebuild the church, Wilson found that the terms for a new mortgage were very high.
The work program, as it was originally proposed, was to take five years to complete.
Its building was first proposed in 1791, when a group of citizens, mostly Newburyport men, petitioned the General Court for an act of incorporation.
He proposed a fresh theory of alkalis which later was accepted in chemical practices.
By December 1863 a proposed constitutional amendment that would outlaw slavery absolutely was brought to Congress for passage.
Among the proposed etymologies is the Hurrian and Hittite divinity, Aplu, who was widely invoked during the " plague years ".
This type served certain religious needs and was first proposed for what was previously thought to be depictions of Apollo.
The working principle of a yupana is unknown, but in 2001 an explanation of the mathematical basis of these instruments was proposed by Italian mathematician Nicolino De Pasquale.
A third concept was proposed in 1923 by Gilbert N. Lewis which includes reactions with acid-base characteristics that do not involve a proton transfer.
An alternative classification, though one with much less currency among Altaicists, was proposed by John C. Street ( 1962 ), according to which Turkic-Mongolic-Tungusic forms one grouping and Korean-Japanese-Ainu another, the two being linked in a common family that Street designated as " North Asiatic ".
The group of elements is more diverse than the lanthanides and therefore it was not until 1945 that Glenn T. Seaborg proposed the most significant change to Mendeleev's periodic table, by introducing the actinides.
The concept of an atom as an indivisible component of matter was first proposed by early Indian and Greek philosophers.
The club was originally founded as a football team in 1891, with the name Buenos Aires English High School although it was obliged to change its name to Alumni Athletic Club ( the name was proposed by a former student of the English High School ) in 1901.
This request was immediately approved in a meeting presided by Carlos Bowers, who had proposed the name " Alumni " to the original football team 50 years before.
Iuliu Maniu ( 1873 – 1953 ) was prime minister with an agrarian cabinet from 1928 to 1930, but the Great Depression made proposed reforms impossible.
In our current understanding of physics, the Bohr model is called a semi-classical model because of its quantization of angular momentum, not primarily because of its relationship with electron wavelength, which appeared in hindsight a dozen years after the Bohr model was proposed.
The 1976 definition of the astronomical unit was incomplete, in particular because it does not specify the frame of reference in which time is to be measured, but proved practical for the calculation of ephemerides: a fuller definition that is consistent with general relativity was proposed, and " vigorous debate " ensued until in August 2012 the International Astronomical Union adopted the current definition of 1 astronomical unit = 149597870700 meters.

was and aerated
It seems that the aerated lagoon was a very heavily loaded oxidation pond or a lightly loaded activated sludge system.
It was found that the aerated lagoon was an activated sludge system rather than an oxidation pond.
This type was pioneered by Nevills in the 1930s. It has special features such as inboard strong metal rowlocks, long low-geared oars, long blade oars to operate in the highly aerated waters in rapids.
Though Marcello Malpighi and Stephen Hales had shown that much of the substance of plants must be obtained from the atmosphere, no progress was made until Charles Bonnet observed on leaves plunged in aerated water bubbles of gas, which Joseph Priestley recognized as oxygen.
Autoclaved aerated concrete ( AAC ), also known as autoclaved cellular concrete ( ACC ) or autoclaved lightweight concrete ( ALC ), was invented in the mid-1920s by the Swedish architect and inventor Johan Axel Eriksson.

was and lagoons
The origin of Ferrara is uncertain, it was probably settled by the inhabitants of the lagoons at the mouth of Po river ; there are two early centers of settlement, one round the cathedral, the other, the castrum bizantino, being the San Pietro district, on the opposite shore, where the Primaro empties into the Volano channel.
Aquileia was founded as a colony by the Romans in 180 / 181 BC along the Natissa River, on land south of the Julian Alps but about 8 miles north of the lagoons.
However, such prominence made it a target and it was besieged by Alaric and the Visigoths in 401, during which time some of its residents fled to the nearby lagoons.
The area of the Sivash lagoons and Arabat Spit was traditionally a centre of a salt-producing industry.
This weevil was used with success in other parts of the world ( 13 tropical countries ) such as the Sepik River in Papua New Guinea ; Sri Lanka ; Wappa Dam in Queensland and lagoons ( e. g. Kakadu National Park ) in the Northern Territory, Australia.
When missionaries established the Mission Santa Cruz in 1791, they noted " an area to the east of the San Lorenzo River " in sight of the Sea " that was crisscrossed by " steep gulches containing running water " and three " reed-lined " lagoons.
The lagoons were dredged up until the early 1970s, when it was stopped by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection with the passage of CAFRA I and CAFRA II.
After the dredging of the lagoons was stopped, construction began on the non-waterfront section north of Calabreeze Way.
One of the preserved lagoons is the in Omihachiman, and it was selected as the first Important Cultural Landscapes in 2006.
The Fulani communication during the war was carried along trade routes and rivers draining to the Niger-Benue valley, as well as the delta and the lagoons.
Lightly settled from 1689, its main industry, in common with much of the area along Great South Bay and South Oyster Bay ( both actually lagoons ), was the harvesting of salt hay, which was used as cattle feed and bedding.
The Severn Tidal Power Feasibility Study was launched in 2008 by the UK Government to assess all tidal range technologies, including barrages, lagoons and others.
There they made the disappointing discovery that the mouth of the Murray was a maze of lagoons and sandbars, impassable to shipping.
Major improvements, including new primary settlement tanks and tertiary treatment lagoons, were made to the treatment works, and the carpet manufacturers installed facilities to treat their effluent before it was discharged to the sewer.
Any organism that fell, drifted, or was washed into the lagoons from the ocean or the land became buried in soft carbonate mud.
According to Clark, the inspiration and model for this strip was the creeks and lagoons in a bushy suburban Brisbane where he grew up in the 1960s.
The area was a series of swamps and lagoons.
The Spanish town which was named " Albujera "-- which means " fresh water lake "-- was noted for the healthful springs and cool lagoons.
Dried salt was then harvested from the floor of the lagoons.
The spoil was used to fill the swampy lagoons and brickmakers pits and raise the height of the river bank where Alexandra Gardens now stands.
In the city 46, 000 people died whilst in the lagoons the number was far higher, some 94, 000.
It was originally surrounded by lagoons and marshes before major irrigation work was undertaken in the late 19th and early 20th century.

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