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Near and end
Near the end of the Hippodrome I came upon the Built Column, a truncated obelisk of blocks, all that remains of a monument that once rivalled the Colossus of Rhodes.
Near the end of his service he wrote that when the war was over he was going to buy two pups, name one of them `` Fall-in '' and the other `` Close-up '', and then shoot them both, `` and that will be the end of Fall-in and Close-up ''.
Near the end of Alexander's life, Alexander began to suspect plots against himself, and threatened Aristotle in letters.
" Near the end of his life, he fictionalized this experience in his book New Connecticut, originally circulated only among friends before its publication in 1881.
Near the west end of the lake it receives its first important tributary, the Lütschine.
Near the west end of Lake Thun, the river receives the waters of the Kander, which has just been joined by the Simme.
It has recently been suggested that the regional decline at the end of the Akkadian period ( and First Intermediary Period of the Ancient Egyptian Old Kingdom ) was associated with rapidly increasing aridity, and failing rainfall in the region of the Ancient Near East, caused by a global centennial-scale drought.
Near the end of the days of the vow, Paul was recognized outside Herod's Temple and was nearly beaten to death by a mob, " shouting, ' Men of Israel, help us!
Near the end, I could hardly breathe.
Near the end of his life, DeMille began pre-production work on a film biography of Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell, the founder of the Scout Movement and had asked David Niven to star in the film, which was never made.
Near the end of the first decade of the double-Bills ' guidance, the Cubs won the NL pennant in 1929 and then achieved the unusual feat of winning a pennant every three years, following up the 1929 flag with league titles in 1932, 1935, and 1938.
Near the end of the Daytona 500, he had a four-second lead when the final caution flag came out with a handful of laps to go.
Near the end of his term, his efforts to set up a summit meeting with the Soviets collapsed because of the U-2 incident when an American spy plane was shot down over Russia and its pilot captured.
Near the end, Don Quixote reluctantly sways towards sanity: an inn is just an inn, not a castle.
Near the end of the 17th century, John Phillips, a nephew of poet John Milton, published what is considered by Putnam the worst English translated version.
Near the end of his life, he became reclusive and produced frightening and obscure paintings of insanity, madness, and fantasy, while the style of the Black Paintings prefigures the expressionist movement.
Near the end of his 1796 paper on living and fossil elephants he said:
Near the end of this period his friend Basil died.
Near the end of the Second World War, Allied forces discovered that the SS had compiled lists of people slated for immediate arrest during the invasion of Britain in the abandoned Operation Sea Lion, and Wells was included in the alphabetical list on the same page of " The Black Book " as Rebecca West.
Near the end of 1840 he once again decided to sign ship's articles.
Near the end of his apprenticeship, Grien oversaw the production of stained glass, woodcuts and engravings, and therefore developed an affinity for them.
Near the end of his life, Caesar began to prepare for a war against the Parthian Empire.
Near the end of the book, Calvin describes and defends the doctrine of predestination, a doctrine advanced by Augustine in opposition to the teachings of Pelagius.
Near the end of his life, Justinian became ever more inclined towards the Monophysite doctrine, especially in the form of Aphthartodocetism, but he died before being able to issue any legislation which would have elevated its teachings to the status of dogma.

Near and paper
Near the end of his 1796 paper on living and fossil elephants he said:
Although primarily a biblical archaeologist, Albright was a polymath who made contributions in almost every field of Near Eastern studies: an example of his range is a BASOR 130 ( 1953 ) paper titled " New Light from Egypt on the Chronology and History of Israel and Judah ," in which he established that Shoshenq I — the Biblical Shishaq — came to power somewhere between 945 and 940 BC.
His paper with PhD student Adam Newcomer, " Near term implications of a ban on new coal-fired power plants in the US " was cited as one of the top environmental policy papers of 2009 by the American Chemical Society.
It has an old Moorish castle, and manufactures of silks, soap, dye-stuffs, leather, paper, etc ... Near Liorca are important lead mines.
Amstrad launched the Amstrad DMP3000 printer, which was an 80 character dot matrix printer with both IBM and Epson compatibility and boasted NLQ ( Near Letter Quality ) and could handle both A4 and fanfold paper.
In 1993, turbo codes were introduced by Berrou, Glavieux, and Thitimajshima ( from Télécom Bretagne, former ENST Bretagne, France ) in their paper: " Near Shannon Limit Error-correcting Coding and Decoding: Turbo-codes " published in the Proceedings of IEEE International Communications Conference.
Near the end of his graduate study, Kimura gave a paper at the 1955 Cold Spring Harbor Symposium ; though few were able to understand it ( both because of mathematical complexity and Kimura's English pronunciation ) it received strong praise from Wright and later J. B. S.
Near ’ s critics called his paper a scandal sheet, and alleged that he tried to extort money threatening to publish attacks on officials and others.
In the Near case the Court held that the state had no power to enjoin the publication of the paper in this way – that any such action would be unconstitutional under the First Amendment.
In her review in Not Coming to a Theater Near You, Jenny Jediny wrote, " In many ways, The Double Life of Véronique is a small miracle of cinema ; ... Kieslowski ’ s strong, if largely post-mortem reputation among the art house audience has elevated a film that makes little to no sense on paper, while its emotional tone strikes a singular — perhaps perfect — key.
Near the end of the war, due to paper shortages, publication had to be stopped anyway, with only a few irregular almanacs to keep the bond with the readers intact and to provide work for the personnel to prevent them being deported to Germany.
The paper re-appeared from 1932 to 1936, when Jay Near died in relative obscurity.
It replaced the paper magazines Kokusai-Kouryu ( International Exchanges ) ( 1974-2004 ) and Wochi-Kochi ( Far and Near ) ( 2004-2009 ).

Near and briefly
Near Garner, US 69 briefly heads west concurrent with US 18, but soons splits off from it and heads north.
Near and through New Bern, US 70 briefly becomes a freeway but returns to expressway grade as it goes through Havelock.
Near the shows conclusion Dolf assumes command, and Waterland briefly becomes an authoritarian fascist state, before reverting to a monarchy and eventually becoming a constitutional monarchy with an elected president.
Velikovsky had put forward his ideas briefly in Theses for the Reconstruction of Ancient History in 1945, where he claimed that the history of the ancient Near East down to the time of Alexander the Great is garbled, but Ages in Chaos was his first full-length work on the subject.
* Near the beginning of the first episode, Ace briefly appears wearing the Fourth Doctor's trademark scarf, and Mel's top seen in Paradise Towers.
Near the end of its life, CertCo briefly achieved public notoriety by suing PayPal for patent infringement, delaying the latter's highly anticipated IPO.
Near the center, Route 4 intersects the northern end of Route 27 at a rotary-type intersection, and then crosses Route 110, very briefly sharing pavement.

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