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Later that summer a shocking accusation is made: the Educational Testing Service calls into question the validity of their scores when it is discovered that similarities between errors are too high for pure chance, and the students are left to deal with the allegations ( along with the subsequent revoking of their scores ) in their own way.
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Later and summer
Later, Eckenfelder increased the efficiency of treatment to between 75 and 85 per cent in the summer months.
Later that summer, as donations sharply declined in the wake of Bakker's resignation and the end of the Bakkers ' popular PTL Club TV show, Falwell raised $ 20 million to help keep the Heritage USA Theme Park solvent, including a well-publicized waterslide plunge there.
Later that summer, New Order headlined a line-up that included The Smiths, The Fall, and A Certain Ratio during the Festival of the Tenth Summer at Manchester's G-Mex.
Later that summer, the band played several club gigs to almost empty venues ; when they finished a song, apart from the low hum of conversation, the band would hear Jesperson's loud whistle and fast clapping.
Later that summer, Crane met and befriended author Hamlin Garland, who had been lecturing locally on American literature and the expressive arts ; on August 17 he gave a talk on novelist William Dean Howells, which Crane wrote up for the Tribune.
Later that summer, the team dropped the Whalers ' colors of blue, green and silver for a new black-and-red scheme, matching the colors of the North Carolina State University Wolfpack, with whose men's basketball team the Hurricanes would share the arena in Raleigh.
Later that summer, four-time Defensive Player of the Year Ben Wallace signed with the Bulls for a reported four-year, $ 60 million contract.
Later that summer, Brel embarked on his first French tour, appearing on the bill with French singers Dario Moreno, Philippe Clay, and Catherine Sauvage.
Later he stayed some time at Grundlsee in Austria, and was received by Hitler at his summer house at Berchtesgaden, a sign of Hitler's continuing respect for him.
Later, in the summer of 1993, when the Miyazawa government also failed to pass political reform legislation, thirty-nine LDP members joined the opposition in a no-confidence vote.
Later summer hiatus periods, however, were filled by Ferguson and Abbott playing classic comedy recordings.
Later in the summer, the Alpine Chough mainly consumed grasshoppers, whilst the Red-billed Chough added cranefly pupae, fly larvae and beetles to its diet.
Later in the summer, the Alpine Chough consumed large numbers of grasshoppers, while the Red-billed Chough added cranefly pupae, fly larvae and beetles to its diet.
Warburg, the School of American Ballet opened to students on January 2, 1934, less than 3 months after Balanchine arrived in the U. S. Later that year, Balanchine had his students play a recital, where they premiered his new work Serenade to music by Tchaikovsky at the Warburg's summer estate.
Later that summer, String Cheese was featured as a headliner for three out of four nights ( July 1-3 ) of the opening year for the Electric Forest Festival, an event which the band hosted in Rothbury, Michigan.
Later that summer Laevinus seized the main town of Zacynthus, except for its citadel, and the Acarnanian town of Oeniadae and the island of Nasos which he handed over to the Aetolians.
Later in the summer, learning of the apparent murder of both his young half-brothers, Grey joined the Duke of Buckingham's rebellion against Richard III.
Later and shocking
Their fifth album, The Completion Backward Principle ( 1981 ), another concept album, featuring the classic rock staple " Talk to Ya Later ", presented itself as a motivational business document, complete with shocking pictures of the band members cleaned up and wearing suits.
Later during the night, Mark has to urge everyone to get back to work when Carol is rushed into the ER, after a shocking suicide attempt.
Later that year, Nia Long was introduced as Officer Sasha Monroe ( her rank was changed in season six in one of the show's most shocking plot twists ).
Later that year, just months after Michaels made a shocking face turn that got him over, Jannetty returned to the WWF in September 1995.
Later, the man who had intercourse with her comes back again, when they make the first batch of liquor He takes four vats of the liquor and urinates in them, shocking the employees.
Later and accusation
Later historians speculated upon a romantic or sexual relationship between the two ( an accusation sometimes raised by Protestant historians in the 17th century ) although if there was ever any evidence for this it has not survived.
Later Lord Derby and Constantine Phipps, Marquis of Normanby discovered it that the accusation of Gladstone was entirely false.
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Later experiments are often designed to test a hypothesis that a treatment effect has an important magnitude ; in this case, the number of experimental units is chosen so that the experiment is within budget and has adequate power, among other goals.
Later on, when he became king in 1509, Henry VIII is supposed to have commissioned an English translation of a Life of Henry V so that he could emulate him, on the grounds that he thought that launching a campaign against France would help him to impose himself on the European stage.
What interests him, he tells Rieux, is how to become a saint, even though he does not believe in God .</ br > Later in the novel, Tarrou tells Rieux, with whom he has become friends, the story of his life.
Later, his published letters were the basis of Waldseemüller's 1507 map, which is the first usage of America.
Later books in the series show that Merlin's attitude toward Arthur is influenced by his belief that Arthur is a reincarnation of Ambrosius, who is seen through Merlin's eyes as a model of good kingship.
Later Christian writers stated that Ammonius was a Christian, but it is now generally assumed that there was a different Ammonius of Alexandria who wrote biblical texts.
Later, many AMPS networks were partially converted to D-AMPS, often referred to as TDMA ( though TDMA is a generic term that applies to many cellular systems ).
He is a seminary student and everyone is always teasing him, never taking him seriously or letting him talk (" Later ").
The difficulty is heightened when songs merge, as in " Now "/" Later "/" Soon ", because all three have to be performed in the same key, limiting the ability to pick a comfortable key for each singer.
Later versions of this form consisted of a flat plate, either square or circular, which is kept normal to the wind by a wind vane.
Later, Ash is at the S-Mart store telling a male co-worker ( Ted Raimi ) all about his adventure back in time, and how he could have been king.
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.
Later in his life, Beowulf is himself king of the Geats, and finds his realm terrorised by a dragon whose treasure had been stolen from his hoard in a burial mound.
Later on, they attacked the city of Noreia ( in modern Austria ) shortly before a group of Boii ( 32, 000 according to Julius Caesar-the number is probably an exaggeration ) joined the Helvetii in their attempt to settle in western Gaul.
He is credited by many with first popularizing this form of music in the early 1950s with his group Bill Haley & His Comets ( inspired by Halley's Comet ) and million selling hits such as, " Rock Around the Clock ", " See You Later Alligator ", and " Shake Rattle and Roll ".
Later, in Medieval England, campanology provided examples of what is now known as Hamiltonian cycles in certain Cayley graphs on permutations.
Later courts have limited Erie slightly, to create a few situations where United States federal courts are permitted to create federal common law rules without express statutory authority, for example, where a federal rule of decision is necessary to protect uniquely federal interests, such as foreign affairs, or financial instruments issued by the federal government.
Later, the Antikythera mechanism, invented some time around 100 AD in ancient Greece, was the first mechanical calculator utilizing gears of various sizes and configuration to perform calculations, which tracked the metonic cycle still used in lunar-to-solar calendars, and which is consistent for calculating the dates of the Olympiads.
Later, as the average energy per photon becomes roughly 10 eV and lower, matter dictates the rate of deceleration and the universe is said to be ' matter dominated '.