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Many years later ( on August 3, 1915 ), Lucy Upton wrote Winslow's daughter soon to be graduated from Smith College: `` While I love botany which, after dabbling in for years, I studied according to the methods of that day exactly forty years ago in a summer school, it must be fascinating to take up zoology in the way you are doing.
Many of the latter were destroyed in their turn, during the burning of the vast Ch'in palace some ten years later ; ;
Many years have passed since a Metropolitan audience heard anything comparable.
Many years later, the photon-counting apparatus in the nose of the ship would determine that the star was close enough to actuate deceleration.
Many private high schools include years 11 and 12 and are referred to as colleges.
Many years later, the UCL academic staff common room was dedicated to his memory as the Housman Room.
Many years later, Bob Heironimus, an acquaintance of Patterson's, said that he had worn an ape costume for the making of the film.
Many city-states in ancient Greece limited debt slavery to a period of five years and debt slaves had protection of life and limb, which regular slaves did not enjoy.
Many characterizations of the Bernoulli numbers have been found in the last 300 years, and each could be used to introduce these numbers.
Many Boers had German ancestry and many members of the government were themselves former Boer military leaders who had fought with the Maritz rebels against the British in the Second Boer War, which had ended only twelve years earlier.
Many of the Celtic languages have experienced resurgences in modern years, spurred on partly by the action of artists and musicians who have embraced them as hallmarks of identity and distinctness.
Many cultures use different baselines for their calendars ' starting years.
Many interpreters calculate the length of the tribulation at seven years.
Many years have passed since the Capetian monarchs ruled a large part of Europe ; however, they still remain as kings, as well as other titles.
Many thinkers point to the concept of citizenship beginning in the early city-states of ancient Greece, although others see it as primarily a modern phenomenon dating back only a few hundred years.
Many years later in a letter to Davis ( ca 1965 ), Gödel would confess that " he was, at the time of these lectures, not at all convinced that his concept of recursion comprised all possible recursions ".
Many of these spent years in open or subversive rebellion.
Many of his underlords had been in constant or desultory revolt for years.
Many Earth plants and animals undergo major biochemical changes during their life cycles as a response to changing environmental conditions, for example, by having a spore or hibernation state that can be sustained for years or even millennia between more active life stages.
Many cruisers are " long term " and travel for many years, the most adventurous among them circle the globe over a period of three to ten years.
Many years later, teenaged Angel falls in love with Rose Rose, the daughter of the head migrant worker at the apple orchard.

Many and later
There is one other point we should never lose sight of: Many veterans who enter VA hospitals as non-service cases later qualify as service-connected.
Many of them paid for their curiosity with their lives, for some minutes later the first giant wave roared over the shore.
Many fragments were supplied in quotes by Athenaeus, principally on the subject of wine-drinking, but fr. 333, " wine, window into a man ", was quoted much later by the Byzantine grammarian, John Tzetzes.
Many writers report that a peace treaty, known as the Peace of Callias, was formalized in 450 BC, but some writers believe that the treaty was a myth created later to inflate the stature of Athens.
Many of the relevant documents in the National Archives were later declassified and published.
Many later CPU designs use similar mixed bit width, especially when the processor is meant for general-purpose usage where a reasonable balance of integer and floating point capability is required.
Many later languages have borrowed directly or indirectly from C, including: C #, D, Go, Java, JavaScript, Limbo, LPC, Perl, PHP, Python, and Unix's C Shell.
Many Conservative Jews reject the traditional Jewish idea that God literally dictated the words of the Torah to Moses at Mount Sinai in a verbal revelation, but they hold the traditional Jewish belief that God inspired the later prophets to write the rest of the Tanakh.
Many Conservative Jews believe that Moses was inspired by God in the same manner as the later prophets.
Many groups sprang up independently of CND, some affiliating later.
Many other places are listed as a location where Arthur holds court in the later romances, Carlisle and London perhaps being the most prominent.
Many original television theme songs of the era also showed a strong disco influence, such as " Keep Your Eye On The Sparrow " ( theme from Baretta, performed by Sammy Davis, Jr. and later a hit single for Rhythm Heritage ), Theme from " S. W. A. T.
Many kinds of such spirits ( Vetalas, Pishachas, Bhūta ) are recognized in the later Hindu texts.
Many of the proponents of Darwinism at that time, including Huxley, had reservations about the significance of natural selection, and Darwin himself gave credence to what was later called Lamarckism.
Many years later these alpha versions were sanctioned by id Software because of historical interest ; they reveal how the game progressed from its early design stages.
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 of the successful programs were transitioned to the Services, such as the foundation technologies in automatic target recognition, space based sensing, propulsion, and materials that were transferred to the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization ( SDIO ), later known as the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization ( BMDO ), now titled the Missile Defense Agency ( MDA ).

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Many of my friends at the time thought that I had received a well-deserved condemnation when Lincoln Steffens denounced me in a review of one of my books as a perfect example of the obsolete man who could understand and sympathize only with the dead past.
Many times I tried to reach you, but I never knew how.
Many of you will say, `` Well, what can I do ''??
Many Jewish academics and intellectuals studied and taught at CUNY in the post-World War I era when Ivy League universities, such as Yale University, discriminated against Jews.
Many historians maintain that the main concern of Pope Urban II, when calling for the First Crusade, was the threat to Constantinople from the Turkish invasion of Asia Minor in response to the appeal of Emperor Alexios I Komnenos.
She has composed over 3, 000 songs, the best known of which include " I Will Always Love You " ( a two-time U. S. country chart-topper for Parton, as well as an international pop hit for Whitney Houston ), " Jolene ", " Coat of Many Colors ", " 9 to 5 ", and " My Tennessee Mountain Home ".
Many of the Articles in Section I are structured in two paragraphs: the first sets out a basic right or freedom ( such as Article 2 ( 1 ) – the right to life ) but the second contains various exclusions, exceptions or limitations on the basic right ( such as Article 2 ( 2 ) – which excepts certain uses of force leading to death ).
The piece has enjoyed a number of major revivals, and several of its songs have become standards, including " Broadway Baby ", " I'm Still Here ", " Too Many Mornings ", " Could I Leave You?
Many of them ( including Naum, Clement, Angelarious, Sava and Gorazd ), however, reached Bulgaria and were commissioned by Boris I of Bulgaria to teach and instruct the future clergy of the state into the Slavic languages.
Many large Hindu temples in southern India, particularly those built by the 11th century king Rajaraja Chola I, were made of granite.
Many bizarre states of consciousness are actually the results of dissociation of certain mental functions from " I ".
Many CPU architectures instead use so-called memory mapped I / O, in which a common address space is used for both RAM and peripheral chips.
" Many people thought I was being reactionary ," he said.
A House of Many Mansions: The History of Lebanon Reconsidered, London: I. B.
Many Moroccan Goumiere assisted the Americans in both World War I and World War II.
Many significant and long-lasting changes occurred as a result of the renovation and refurbishment, of which Nancy Reagan said, " This house belongs to all Americans, and I want it to be something of which they can be proud.
Many European countries adopted similar systems during or after World War I.
Many user-level programs, services, and utilities including awk, echo, ed were also standardized, along with required program-level services including basic I / O ( file, terminal, and network ) services.
Many MHC class I alleles prefer hydrophobic C-terminal residues, and the immunoproteasome complex is more likely to generate hydrophobic C-termini.
Many Italian artists came to Poland with Bona Sforza of Milan, when she married King Zygmunt I of Poland in 1518.
Many quatrains are mashed together: and something lost, I doubt, of Omar's simplicity, which is so much a virtue in him " ( letter to E. B. Cowell, 9 / 3 / 58 ).

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