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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.
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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 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 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 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 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 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 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.
On and wind
On an anemometer with four cups it is easy to see that since the cups are arranged symmetrically on the end of the arms, the wind always has the hollow of one cup presented to it and is blowing on the back of the cup on the opposite end of the cross.
The tropical Atlantic ocean experiences depressed activity due to increased vertical wind shear across the region during El Niño years .< ref > On the flip side however, the tropical Pacific Ocean east of the dateline has above normal activity during El Niño years due to well above average water temperatures and decreased windshear.
On his gravestone is written: " May your spirit live, May you spend millions of years, You who love Thebes, Sitting with your face to the north wind, Your eyes beholding happiness " and " O night, spread thy wings over me as the imperishable stars ".
On February 17, 2011, IKEA announced its plans for a wind farm in Dalarna County, Sweden, furthering the furniture giant's goal of running on 100 percent renewable energy.
On the night side of the Earth, the solar wind drags the ionosphere further away, thereby greatly increasing the range which radio waves can travel by reflection, called skywave.
On a grid with a high penetration of renewables, low spot prices would correspond to times of high availability of wind and / or sunshine.
On other points of sail, it is easy to stop or slow the boat by heading into the wind ; there may be no such easy way out when running, especially in close quarters or when a spinnaker, whisker pole or preventer are set.
On other gas giants, the lack of a surface allows the wind to reach enormous speeds: gusts of up to 600 metres per second ( about ) have been measured on the planet Neptune.
On 8 and 9 September the French fleet at times gained the advantage of the wind, and briefly threatened the British with renewed action.
On a square-rigged ship, a bowline ( sometimes spelled as two words, bow line ) is a rope that holds the edge of a square sail towards the bow of the ship and into the wind, preventing it from being taken aback.
On the way, it measured the solar wind, a constant stream of charged particles flowing outwards from the Sun, confirming the measurements by Luna 1 in 1959.
On March 9, 2002, part of a scaffold fell 43 stories after being torn loose by wind gusts around 60 mph ( 96 km / h ), crushing several cars and killing three people in two of them.
On the outgoing journey, sailing with the summer monsoon wind, it had taken Gama's fleet only 23 days to cross the Indian Ocean ; now, on the return trip, sailing against the wind, it took 132 days.
On the success of the book, Hoffman was quoted as saying, " It's embarrassing when you try to overthrow the government and you wind up on the Best Seller's List.
On the other hand, a sheet, used to control the orientation of a triangular sail, must be very flexible and smooth, and need only be strong enough to support the tension caused by the wind.
The core of this story contains two elements of major importance in the Asturian folklore: On one hand, lightning was the ancient symbol of the Astur ( and Celtic ) god Taranis, and in Asturian mythology was thought to be forged by the Nuberu, lord of clouds, rain and wind.
But the breathtaking beauty pervading his waltzes ... " Pastircek / Hirtenlied ", " Slovenia / Slovenija, odkod lepote tvoje ", " Veter nosi pesem mojo / The wind song ", " Čakala bom " (" I shall wait "), " European Waltz ", " Na svidenje " (" So long "), " On the Bridge ", and " Argentina ", to name just a golden few ... best characterize the profound nature of his impact.
On 19 November 2004, large parts of the forests in the southern Slovak part of the High Tatras were damaged by a strong wind storm.
On 18 July rumours reached Stauffenberg that the Gestapo had wind of the conspiracy and that he might be arrested at any time – this was apparently not true, but there was a sense that the net was closing in and that the next opportunity to kill Hitler must be taken because there might not be another.
On the Mediterranean Sea, ships that used only sails were often left stranded without wind while ships with oars could continue their voyage.