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On and cold
On a bitterly cold day in January, 1895, accompanied only by Neal Brown as his deputy, Tilghman left the township of Guthrie and headed for Rock Fort and Dunn's ranch.
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 the high mountains, such as Mount Kenya, Mount Elgon and Kilimanjaro, the weather can become bitterly cold for most of the year.
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 bright
On the other hand, the bright vision of the future has been directly stated in science fiction concerned with projecting ideal societies -- science fiction, of course, is related, if sometimes distantly, to that utopian literature optimistic about science, literature whose period of greatest vigor in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries produced Edward Bellamy's Looking Backward and H. G. Wells's A Modern Utopia.
On a particularly dark and wet night Philip attempted a surprise attack but was thwarted by the appearance of a bright light in the sky.
On the other hand, " Her grades are so good that she's either very bright or studies hard " allows for the possibility that the person is both bright and works hard.
On a T < sub > 2 </ sub >- weighted scan, water-and fluid-containing tissues are bright ( most modern T < sub > 2 </ sub > sequences are actually fast T < sub > 2 </ sub > sequences ) and fat-containing tissues are dark.
On bright summer nights this serpent leaves the caves to eat calves, lambs and pigs, or it fares out to the sea and feeds on sea nettles, crabs and similar marine animals.
On the other hand, bright spots are not hard to find.
On the trailing hemisphere there is a network of bright swaths on a dark background and few visible craters.
On July 19, a new Match Game set was built by CBS, changed from the original bright orange to a new set with blue and white colors, as well as revamping the logo from the curved letters to a straight-line lettering it would use for the rest of the run ( this logo also forms the base of the 2012 English-language Canadian revival version's logo ).
; On Parole: After leaving the prison, Valjean dreams of a bright future, but swears not to forget those nineteen years in prison.
On the other hand, Thuban in the constellation Draco, which was the pole star in 3000 BC, is much less conspicuous at magnitude 3. 67 ( one-fifth as bright as Polaris ); today it is invisible in light-polluted urban skies.
On normal pianos, felt coverings on the hammers will harden and compress with use ( though not usually for at least several decades, unless it is a heavily used concert piano ), yielding a characteristic bright, tinny sound.
On the other hand, " bright " enka singer Yoshimi Tendo, who was ignored when the " dark " enka songs like Keiko Fuji's song " Keiko no Yume wa Yoru Hiraku " were popular, took part in the Kōhaku Uta Gassen for the first time in 1993.
On the bright side, he enjoys newfound attention from Homer.
On the mission patch, Columbia is shown emerging from a star, representing the bright aspiration of space exploration.
On his return via Tokharestan and Kashgar, an arhat predicted that he had a bright future and would introduce many people to Buddhism.
On the Norfolk circuit, his prospects of advancement were bright, but his inclination was towards politics, and after a year or two he took up political life.
* On October 29, 1963, two Aeronautical Chart and Information Center cartographers, James A. Greenacre and Edward Barr, at the Lowell Observatory, Flagstaff, Arizona, manually recorded very bright red, orange, and pink colour phenomena on the southwest side of Cobra Head ; a hill southeast of the lunar valley Vallis Schröteri ; and the southwest interior rim of the Aristarchus crater.
: On one bright and pleasant morning
On a bright day, the exterior of the Beinecke Library appears to " float " above its darkened entry level
On January 25, 1938, bright lights, an aurora borealis appeared all over the northern hemisphere, including in places as far south as North Africa, Bermuda and California.
On the bright side, the upstart computer industry flourished during the 1980s.
On the mountain, Jesus begins to shine with bright rays of light.
On September 27, 2004, as part of the annual global City in Pink lighting campaign for breast cancer, the building was lit completely in bright pink light.

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