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On the high mountains, such as Mount Kenya, Mount Elgon and Kilimanjaro, the weather can become bitterly cold for most of the year.
On his return in 1910 he broke bitterly with President Taft on issues of progressivism and personalities.
On 7 January 1645 he addressed a letter to William Prynne, attacking the intolerance of the Presbyterians, and claiming freedom of conscience and freedom of speech for the independents, Prynne, bitterly incensed, procured a vote of the Commons summoning Lilburne before the committee for examinations ( 17 January 1645 ).
On December 7, Martí published his article Alea Jacta Est in the newspaper El Federalista, bitterly criticizing the Porfiristas ' armed assault upon the constitutional government in place.
“ If only he had gone Philadelphia !” Years later, he would write bitterly, " On the night of June 25th, 1906, while attending a performance at Madison Square Garden, Stanford White was shot from behind a crazed profligate whose great wealth was used to besmirch his victim's memory during the series of notorious trials that ensued.
On September 19, 1846, Maximin and Melanie reported seeing the Virgin Mary on Mount Sous-Les Baisses, weeping bitterly.
His recent talks with leading industrialists had satisfied him that the workers ' feelings have been bitterly roused to the point where, if they were in possession of arms, they would physically revolt against the regime On September 29, 1938 Goerdeler informed the British, through one of Vansittart's contacts, Colonel Graham Christie, that the mobilization of the Royal Navy was turning German public opinion against the regime.
On 12 November 2003, Radio New Zealand reported that Adi Lala had bitterly accused some chiefs, whom she did not name, of having been involved in the coup d ' état which deposed her husband from the presidency in May 2000 and also toppled the elected government.
On a bitterly chill night, an ancient beadsman performs his penances while in the castle of Madeline's warlike family, an alcohol-fueled revelry has begun.
On October 11, 1978, Gemayel bitterly denounced the Syrian military presence, and the Lebanese Front joined the Lebanese regular army in a successful " Hundred Days War " against the Syrian army.
On his chiding her, Italia tells him agitatedly that she has had their child aborted at a nearby gypsy's, adding bitterly it was for the best as she wouldn't have made a good mother anyway.
On his return to St Petersburg, he stopped at Harbin where he bitterly blamed Kuropatkin for the debacle in the newspapers, declaring that he was a “ traitor ” and claiming that Kuropatkin withheld crucial support due to jealousy at his success.
On November 4 the company and rescuers forded the bitterly cold Sweetwater River and sought shelter in the cove.
" ( On hearing this ) she wept bitterly.
On September 10, 1987, while Lockyer chaired the State Senate Judiciary Committee, he and Speaker of the Assembly Willie Brown met at a restaurant in Sacramento with representatives of bitterly competing special interests-insurance companies, trial lawyers, doctors and manufacturers-to formalize their agreement to " the most sweeping changes in California's civil liability laws in decades ".

On and cold
On that cold, but bright, April day we were guests of your government in the reviewing stand of Red Square to witness the poeple's celebration for Yuri Gagarin and later on that day we attended the somewhat more exclusive reception for him in one of the impressive palaces of the Kremlin.
On average, the gas molecules move from the cold side toward the hot side whenever the pressure ratio is less than the square root of the ( absolute ) temperature ratio.
On December 31 of 1967 the Packers hosted the Cowboys in the league championship game in cold so brutal the game was nicknamed The Ice Bowl ; Packers quarterback Bart Starr's last-second quarterback sneak was the final touchdown in a 21-17 Packers win.
On June 12, 1982, one million people demonstrated in New York City's Central Park against nuclear weapons and for an end to the cold war arms race.
On a cold 30 January, Everard Digby, Robert Wintour, John Grant, and Thomas Bates, were tied to hurdles — wooden panels — and dragged through the crowded streets of London to St Paul's Churchyard.
On Earth, the cold side of any heat engine is limited to being close to the ambient temperature of the environment, or not much lower than 300 Kelvin, so most efforts to improve the thermodynamic efficiencies of various heat engines focus on increasing the temperature of the source, within material limits.
On a cold night in New Jersey, the Giants defeated Dallas Cowboys 31 – 14 in Week 17 to clinch the NFC East and thus their NFL record 31st playoff appearance, breaking their tie with the Cowboys at 30.
On June 12, 1982, one million people demonstrated in New York City's Central Park against nuclear weapons and for an end to the cold war arms race.
On June 12, 1982, one million people demonstrated in New York City's Central Park against nuclear weapons and for an end to the cold war arms race.
On paying a visit to Mr Bingley's sister, Jane is caught in a heavy downpour, catches cold, and is forced to stay at Netherfield for several days.
* 1967 – 1969: "( Taste that beats the others cold ) Pepsi Pours It On ".
On their return journey, Scott and his four comrades all perished from a combination of exhaustion, starvation and extreme cold.
On that day, both Sherman and Wilkins had recorded that cold weather had delayed their jobs, they both had witnessed that someone's skin had peeled off their finger, they both recorded that they had drunk alcohol with friends and witnessed boxes of cigars being brought and both recorded that they had experienced a toothache.
On February 8, 2007, the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford opened the National Cold War Exhibition at RAF Cosford in Shropshire to tell the story of the cold war.
On ascertaining to a certainty that he had found the object of his search and much more, and that the new substance was proof against cold and the solvent of the native gum, he felt himself amply repaid for the past, and quite indifferent to the trials of the future.
On his second voyage he circumnavigated the globe at a very high southern latitude, at some places even crossing the south polar circle, showing that any possible southern continent must lie well within the cold polar areas.
On August 19, 2007, the American Psychology Association ( APA ) voted to bar participation, to intervene to stop, and to report involvement in a wide variety of interrogation techniques as torture, including " using mock executions, simulated drowning, sexual and religious humiliation, stress positions or sleep deprivation ", as well as " the exploitation of prisoners ' phobias, the use of mind-altering drugs, hooding, forced nakedness, the use of dogs to frighten detainees, exposing prisoners to extreme heat and cold, physical assault and threatening the use of such techniques against a prisoner or a prisoner's family.
On the other hand, catching a cold is not considered an action because it is something which happens to a person, not something done by one.
On March 16, 1978, on Via Fani, a street in Rome, a unit of the militant communist organisation known as the Red Brigades () blocked the two-car convoy transporting Moro and kidnapped him, murdering in cold blood his five bodyguards.
On March 7, 1938, Robert O. Wilson, a surgeon at the American-administered University Hospital in the Safety Zone, wrote in a letter to his family, " a conservative estimate of people slaughtered in cold blood is somewhere about 100, 000, including of course thousands of soldiers that had thrown down their arms ".
On June 12, 1982, one million people demonstrated in New York City's Central Park against nuclear weapons and for an end to the cold war arms race.
On 17 September 1948, UN Mediator Count Folke Bernadotte, and Colonel André Serot while on an official tour of duty to Jerusalem were murdered " in cold blood ... in the Katamon quarter of Jerusalem by Jewish assailants.
On a cold day the fictional 304th New York Regiment awaits battle beside a river.

On and day
On Fridays, the day when many Persians relax with poetry, talk, and a samovar, people do not, it is true, stream into Chehel Sotun -- a pavilion and garden built by Shah Abbas 2, in the seventeenth century -- but they do retire into hundreds of pavilions throughout the city and up the river valley, which are smaller, more humble copies of the former.
On December 21, the day that the Irish House of Commons petitioned for removal of Sir Constantine Phipps, their Tory Lord Chancellor, Molesworth reportedly made this remark on the defense of Phipps by Convocation: `` They that have turned the world upside down, are come hither also ''.
On the very day that the parliamentary session began, another `` Infamous Libel '' appeared, entitled A Letter From The Facetious Dr. Andrew Tripe, At Bath, To The Venerable Nestor Ironside.
On the fateful day in 1896 when the great waves approached Japan, fishermen at sea noticed no unusual swells.
On that first day, Blanche literally thought she was going to die, or, at the very least, go out of her mind.
On Thursday, the first day of the Masters, the contest between Palmer and Player developed instantly.
On Friday, a day as cloudless and lovely as Thursday had been gray and ugly, the plot of the tournament came clearly into focus.
On this day the wind had switched 180-degrees from the northwest to the southeast, and nearly every shot on the course was different from the previous few days.
On microfilm, headquarters also has a file of the New York Times from its founding in 1851 to the present day, as well as bound volumes of important periodicals.
On my first Guy Fawkes Day here, I found Catholics as well as non-Catholics celebrating with the traditional fireworks and bonfires, and was told that most Englishmen either do not know or are not concerned with the historical significance of the day.
On top of everything else they were two months behind on their apartment rent, and the day Wally received written notice that he was fired, they were evicted.
On June 12, 1776, a day after appointing a committee to prepare a draft of the Declaration of Independence, the Second Continental Congress resolved to appoint a committee of 13 to prepare a draft of a constitution for a union of the states.
" On July 27, 1868, the day before the Fourteenth Amendment was adopted, U. S. Congress declared in the preamble of the Expatriation Act that " the right of expatriation is a natural and inherent right of all people, indispensable to the enjoyment of the rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness ," and ( Section I ) one of " the fundamental principles of this government " ( United States Revised Statutes, sec.
On the day of his wife's death he wrote two verses from the Psalms, and the prayer, ' O Lord, God of Mercy, unite me in Heaven with those whom you have permitted me to love on earth.
" On April 10, 1833, the family moved to Philadelphia, where Alcott ran a day school.
On the same day he admits before the nation that he " misled people " about the relationship.
On his death Charlemagne's remains were interred in the cathedral and can be seen there to this day.
On the day that the Circus Games occurred, Caligula had a statue made of Agrippina ’ s image to be paraded in a covered carriage at the Games.
On the day that Agrippina married her uncle Claudius as her third husband / his fourth wife, she became an Empress and the most powerful woman in the Roman Empire.
On the day of the funeral, Peter sent Alexei a stern letter, urging him to take interest in the affairs of the state.
On the day before the Thesea at Athens there were annual sacrifices to the Amazons.
On 15 April, liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen propellants were pumped into the spacecraft, while the astronauts rested in anticipation of their launch the next day.

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