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More potent a charm to bring back that time of life than this record of a few pictures and a few remembered facts would be a catalogue of the minutiae which are of the very stuff of the mind, intrinsic, because they were known in the beginning not by the eye alone but by the hand that held them.
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More specifically, the patchouli plant is claimed to be a potent repellent against the Formosan subterranean termite.
More recently, physostigmine has been used to improve the memory of Alzheimer ’ s patients due to its potent anticholinesterase activity.
More potent versions of this spell include resurrection, which needs only a fragment of the body, and true resurrection, which doesn't need the body at all and can be performed many years after the character's death.
More disconcertingly, the Taipings themselves were now aware of a new and potent force against them.
More recently developed ampakine compounds are much more potent and selective for the AMPA receptor target, and while none of the newer selective ampakine compounds have yet come onto the market, one compound CX717 is currently in Phase II clinical trials as of 2008.
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Bosley Crowther for one wrote in The New York Times, " More and more, Walt Disney's craftsmen have been loading their feature films with so-called ' live action ' in place of their animated whimsies of the past, and by just those proportions has the magic of these Disney films decreased ," citing the ratio of live action to animation at two to one, concluding that is " approximately the ratio of its mediocrity to its charm.
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More recently, the work of conservative CDU leader Helmut Kohl helped bring about German Reunification, along with the closer integration of Europe in the form of the Maastricht Treaty.
More generally, the theory states that everything has both a particle nature and a wave nature, and various experiments can be done to bring out one or the other.
More believed that they ( Protestants ) should be exterminated, and while he was in office he did everything in his power to bring that extermination to pass.
More casual games may only bear a passing resemblance to the subject, although many still try to encourage the same types of decision making as the player's historical counterparts, and thereby bring forth the " feel " of the conflict.
More pessimistic predictions argue that a full-scale nuclear war could potentially bring about the extinction of the human race, or at least its near extinction, with only a relatively small number of survivors ( mainly in remote areas ) and a reduced quality of life and life expectancy for centuries afterward.
In addition, the writings of English humanists like Thomas More and Thomas Elyot helped bring the ideas and attitudes associated with the new learning to an English audience.
More conventional time travel movies use technology to bring the past to life in the present, or in a present that lies in our future.
Along with the students and the inhabitants of the town, Javert, Valjean, Cosette, Éponine, Gavroche, the Thénardiers, and Marius ponder what this " tomorrow " will bring (" One Day More ").
More generally, some bayesian filtering filters simply ignore all the words which have a spamicity next to 0. 5, as they bring little to a good decision.
This unauthorized assignment of the sublease gave More an excuse to bring suit to retake possession of the property, but More used legal delays and finally escaped legal action by selling the sublease to Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, sometime after Michaelmas Term ( November ) of 1583, who then gave it to his secretary, the writer John Lyly.
More important changes introduced by the amendment included restrictions on the right to habeas corpus, an extension of the right of the government to declare a state of emergency, changes to provisions dealing with the reference of bills to the Supreme Court by the president and various changes needed to bring the official Irish text of the constitution into line with the English text.
More than 500 Native Americans attended the outdoor ceremony, after lengthy negotiations to bring peace to the regions of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and the Ohio Country.
Holt made out to be a friend and supporter of Frith ’ s ideas, only to take the composition given him by Frith himself and bring it to the hands of More.
More explicit expressions of dissent as also common: “ 25 November 2002: Every Day new intrigues and tyrannies by our repressive turbaned rulers ... And crazy Muslims around the world that bring nothing but carnage and shame ... I swear to god ... if it weren't for clergy like Eshkavari who keep telling us that what they do is not Islam ... I would abandon this little faith once and for all ” In 2004 the government began to arrest and charge bloggers as political dissidents.
More recently, officials have noticed an increase in violence centered on this irregular industry, and have blamed this increase on the illegal immigration of individuals into Amsterdam to participate in the sex industry: " The guys from Eastern Europe bring in young and frightened women ; they threaten them and beat them ", said a resident of De Wallen.
On June 11, 1954, Flanders introduced a resolution charging McCarthy “ with unbecoming conduct and calling for his removal from his committee membership .” Upon the advice of Senators Cooper and Fulbright and legal assistance from the Committee for a More Effective Congress he modified his resolution to “ bring it in line with previous actions of censure .” The text of the resolution of censure condemns the senator for “ obstructing the constitutional processes of the Senate ” when he “ failed to cooperate with the Subcommittee on Privileges and Elections of the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration and acting “ contrary to senatorial ethics ” when he described the Select Committee to Study Censure Charges and its chairman in slanderous terms.
Most of the systems documented in More Thrust were later updated by the Fleet Books ; those that remain are not entirely easy to bring over.
More specifically the Thousandfold Thought, as envisioned and set into play by Anasûrimbor Moënghus, is the union of the warring faiths of Inrithism and Fanimry under the rule of the Warrior Prophet and Aspect-Emperor of the Three Seas, Anasûrimbor Kellhus, in order to better prepare for the resurrection of the No-God Mog-Pharau by his Consult and the Second Apocalypse he shall bring.
More land was added later to bring the park up to in size, but the construction of the Don Valley Parkway in the 1960s reduced this to the current figure of.
More large ships would merely have interfered with each other without being able to bring much more fire to bear.
) More specifically EOGC ( Eastern Ontario Gliding Centre ), which for the remainder of the spring and fall seasons operate out of Mountainview airport ( CPZ3 ) near Trenton Ontario bring two gliders and one tow plane to Brockville for the three weekends.
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More complex engines using human power, animal power, water power, wind power and even steam power date back to antiquity.
More importantly, early next year the Pathé production unit down in the south of France in Nice made le Médecin du chateau ( The Physician of the Castle ), in which there are cuts back and forth between criminals threatening a doctor's wife and child, while the doctor himself drives home to rescue them after being warned by telephone.
He reported that, " More and more of the ' new historians ' are now trying to discover what was going on inside people's heads in the past, and what it was like to live in the past, questions which inevitably lead back to the use of narrative.
More important is the musical effect in which a smooth, rather swift forward movement is emphasized by the relation of grammatical structure to line and rhyme, yet is impeded and thrown back upon itself even from the beginning ".
More recently John Cena, Daniel Bryan and Alberto Del Rio are among the modern stars who are bringing back the use of submission in the WWE, with their STF, No Lock and Cross Armbreaker respectively.
More directly related to the African American community were items like schoolyard chants and taunts, clapping games, jump-rope rhymes, some with unwritten folk histories going back hundreds of years across many nationalities.
More recently though, tourism has roared back at a record pace setting successive records in 2006 and again in 2007 for number of visitors.
More than 90 % of Sri Lanka's surface lies on Precambrian strata, some of it dating back 2 billion years.
More of each were planned, but the outbreak of World War I in 1914 ended these plans and sent Kandinsky back to Russia via Switzerland and Sweden.
More importantly, it handed the initiative back to the British and allowed them time to recover, which they then did.
More importantly, the Goths were soon driven back across the Danube River by Aurelian, and nearly a century passed before they again posed a serious threat to the empire.
More recently he was spotted back in Mexico supporting the successful political campaign of the Institutional Revolutionary Party candidate for the 2012 presidential elections, Enrique Peña Nieto, according to Mexican journalists Francisco Cruz Jiménez and Jorge Toribio Montiel.
You've got to say things like ' More women died on the back seat of Edward Kennedy's car at Chappaquiddick than in the gas chambers at Auschwitz.
More recently, she has appeared with the Fifth Doctor in The Chaos Pool, the final part of the Key 2 Time trilogy, where it is revealed that Romana's regeneration was at least partly caused by her transformation into the new sixth segment of the Key to Time, the audio concluding with the segment's essence being transferred back to Astra to save Romana's life before the Doctor destroys the Key for good.
At night Pukuheke, father of Te More, went to the boat, found them asleep & came back to the other Natives south of the Bluff.
More recently a triangular shape, with one point at the front of the head going back to a line between the ears, has been suggested.
Pursuant to the Culpeper land grant, the original 1669 surveyor was charged with estimating an area of 5, 000 acres ( 20 km² ) and then blazing a straight-line " back " boundary along a tree line between the winding courses of Dogue Run and Little Hunting Creek. Map of the estate, drawn by Washington More importantly, this surviving May 1741 property survey by Brooke reveals that the location of the present-day mansion house was then vacant, with the Washingtons depicted as having their Quarter alongside Little Hunting Creek ( as was shown on a similar, larger-scale Potomac River survey of 1738 ).
More accurately, point six of Griffith's abstract reports that R tended to transform into S if a large amount of live R, alone, were injected, and that adding much heat-killed S made transformation reliable Griffith also induced some pneumococci to transform back and forth.
More recently, Lou Lumenick, film critic for the New York Post, wrote, " John M. Stahl's masterful Leave Her to Heaven ( 1945 ) sounds like a contradiction in terms – a film noir in eye-popping Technicolor, with its most chilling scene taking place not in a dimly lit back alley but on a lake in Maine.
More than 1500 years after his death, Leto II is brought back as a ghola on board the no-ship Ithaca in Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's continuation of the original series, Hunters of Dune ( 2006 ).