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Many people think that pansies last only a few weeks, then their period of growth and bloom is over.
Many desert annuals are therophytes, because their seed-to-seed life cycle is only weeks and they spend most of the year as seeds to survive dry conditions.
Many Christian fans remained loyal, putting the album atop Billboard's Contemporary Christian Chart for 32 weeks.
Many advocate that compost can be made in 2 to 3 weeks.
Many patients are able to tolerate the initial few weeks without any problem whatsoever.
Many have prayers for weekdays, Shabbat, and the three Biblical festivals, Sukkot ( the feast of Tabernacles ), Shavuot ( the feast of weeks ) and Pesach ( Passover ).
Many of the participants and residents of Greenwich Village were involved in political organizations that were effectively able to mobilize a large and cohesive gay community in the weeks and months after the rebellion.
Many of the odor compounds in wood smoke, especially the phenolic compounds, are unstable, dissipating after a few weeks or months.
But with a mixed command he was reorganizing and training up on the fly ( Many Australian units were drilling with wooden mockups of rifles in August 1942 ) before MacArthur's people could set up his planned defensive bases on the north coast of eastern Papua, the Japanese Army had moved in and taken both north-coast villages he'd targeted for bases as reinforcements and war materials finally began to trickle in from the States in July — Buna and Gona — several weeks before the forces and transports his staff was organizing could have reached them in strength — at a time when Japan's Navy and Air forces were dominant every where they chose to go.
Many hours of boiling the driftwood may need to be followed by many weeks or months of constant soaking and many water changes before the water will stay clear.
Many of the losses ( 15 %) occurred within 4 weeks of the procedures and more than 50 % occurred after 8 weeks.
Many games between 1941 and 1980 had insignificantly-short runs ( some measured in a span of weeks or even days ) that the networks felt it unnecessary to keep them for posterity, whereas recycling the tapes would be more profitable and less of an effort than attempting to sell the series in reruns, in an era before cable television.
Many residents were without power for weeks and tree limb clean-up took months to complete.
Many fans felt " betrayed " and " disappointed " by the breakup, as well as " angry " due to the group denying rumours only two weeks before at the Seeing Double premiere.
Many students devote weeks to gathering research for a term paper, but are unable to finish writing it because they have left insufficient time for subsequent stages of the assignment.
Abigail Adams, wife of the second President, had visited Mount Vernon two weeks earlier, and wrote: " Many of those who are liberated have married with what are called the dower Negroes, so that they all quit their connections, yet what could she do?
Many of these records made # 1 on early versions of the US pop charts-" The Gypsy " was their biggest chart success, staying at the # 1 position for 13 weeks in 1946.
Many sources erroneously state that the weeks were organized into 30-day months.
Many plants undergo a process called hardening, which allows them to survive temperatures below 0 ° C for weeks to months.
Many plants undergo a process called hardening which allows them to survive temperatures below 0 ° C for weeks to months.
Many Sprint Cup drivers are expected to make an appearance in the Rolex Sports Car Series race in preparation for the Sprint Cup race at Watkins Glen two weeks later.
Many walkers take about eight weeks to complete the path, often dividing this into sections walked over several years.
Many patients emerge spontaneously from a vegetative state within a few weeks.

Many and before
Many of the burhs were twin towns that straddled a river and connected by a fortified bridge, like those built by Charles the Bald a generation before.
Many were in common use, but had become unacceptable in normal discourse before the end of the twentieth century.
Many biennials require a cold treatment, or vernalization, before they will flower.
Many common bronze alloys have the unusual and very desirable property of expanding slightly just before they set, thus filling in the finest details of a mold.
Many of the leaks were a result of Modern Continental and other subcontractors failing to remove gravel and other debris before pouring concrete.
Many of these maxims had originated in Roman Law, migrated to England before the introduction of Christianity to the British Isles, and were typically stated in Latin even in English decisions.
Many events offer beginner-level instructions for up to half an hour before the dance.
Many other philosophers have posited cosmological arguments both before and since Aquinas.
Many Continental or Traditionalist conservatives do not support separation of Church and state, with most supporting state recognition of and cooperation with the Catholic Church, such as had existed in France before the Revolution.
Many top nationalist generals, including Chiang, had studied and trained in Japan before the Nationalists had returned to the mainland in the 1920s, and maintained close personal friendships with top Japanese officers.
Many systems for generating musical scores actually existed well before the time of computers.
Many practitioners take Edward Saïd's book Orientalism ( 1978 ) as the theory's founding work ( although French theorists such as Aimé Césaire and Frantz Fanon made similar claims decades before Said ).
Many laws and decrees from before independence remain in effect.
Many prominent figures testified in that trial, including members of the parliamentary committee investigating the reasons for the defeat, so some of its results were made public long before the publication of the committee report in 1928.
Many years later, Captain Collyer, a Royal Navy officer assigned to smash the local smuggling ring, uncovered the deception and Dr. Syn's true identity, thanks in part to the tongueless mulatto ( who had been rescued by Collyer years before and who had been serving Collyer as a " ferret " seeking out hidden contraband ) who recognized Syn as Clegg.
Many Protestant congregations generally reserve a period of time for self-examination and private, silent confession just before partaking in the Lord's Supper.
Many scholars see this as an indication that this letter was written before the Epistle to the Galatians, where Paul formed and identified his positions on these matters.
Many cultures used patronymics before surnames were adopted or came into use.
Many Israelis opposed the plan, and tensions were very high in Israel before and after the Disengagement Plan was approved by the Israeli Knesset on 16 February 2005.
Many European countries took action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions before 1990.
Many societies throughout history have insisted that a marriage take place before the couple settle down, but enforcement of this rule or compliance with it has varied considerably.
Many hypnotic drugs are habit-forming and, due to a large number of factors known to disturb the human sleep pattern, a physician may instead recommend alternative sleeping patterns, sleep hygiene, and exercise, before prescribing medication for sleep.
Many treaties ( such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, or the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade before the establishment of the World Trade Organization ) do not establish an organization and instead rely purely on the parties for their administration becoming legally recognized as an ad hoc commission.
Many children developed lung cancer and other diseases and died before the age of 25.
Many liquid-fueled ICBMs could not be kept fuelled all the time as the cryogenic liquid oxygen boiled off and caused ice formation, and therefore fueling the rocket was necessary before launch.

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