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One medium saw two sheets flapping on a line and found that the name Shietz was significant to the sitter.
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One and medium
One way to do this is by `` proxy sittings '', wherein the person seeking a message does not himself meet with the medium but is represented by a substitute, the proxy sitter.
The city has two commercial radio stations: Forth One, a station aimed at young listeners with a mainstream chart music output, and Forth 2 on medium wave which plays classic hits.
One medium apparently made contact with a deceased cousin of Gardner's, an event which impressed him greatly.
These shots, starting with a medium shot and culminating in two close-ups of the Monster's face, were repeated by Whale to introduce Griffin in The Invisible Man and the abusive husband in One More River.
One medium raw turnip ( 122g ) contains the following nutritional information according to the USDA:
One reason magnetic grains are used as opposed to a continuous magnetic medium is that they reduce the space needed for a magnetic region.
One can indirectly manipulate the world through the medium of the physical body, but it seems impossible to do so through pure thought ( e. g. via psychokinesis ).
One of Nash's most important developments were a series of medium sized country houses that he designed in Wales, these developed the villa designs of his teacher Sir Robert Taylor.
One of the most limiting aspects of analog technology is the sensitivity of analog media to minor physical degradation ; however, when the degradation is more pronounced, analog systems usually perform better, often still producing recognizable sound, while digital systems will usually fail completely, unable to play back anything from the medium.
One such mechanism was first discovered in Y. pestis and showed that toxins could be injected directly from the bacterial cytoplasm into the cytoplasm of its host's cells rather than simply be secreted into the extracellular medium.
One of the guests on the day of Ripa's tryout, psychic medium Char Margolis, revealed a secret that Ripa had been keeping under wraps: she's pregnant with her second child.
One impediment to increasing the speed of wireless communications comes from Wi-Fi's use of a shared communications medium, so a WAP is only able to use somewhat less than half the actual over-the-air rate for data throughput.
One commentator described a mostly uncorked black troupe as " mulattoes of a medium shade except two, who were light.
While its original products were typically used by Fortune 500 companies, SAP now actively targets small and medium sized enterprises ( SME ) with its SAP Business One and SAP Business All-in-One.
One contemporary described the young Catherine as " of medium height, with an elegant figure, silky ivory skin, the eyes of a frightened gazelle, a sensuous mouth, and light chestnut tresses.
One aspect of the Love and Rockets opus is the way Los Bros Hernandez portray the passage of time in a relatively realistic manner despite the traditional constraints of the medium.
One may not always be able, for example, to make an accurate sculpture of a book to retell the story in an authentic way ; yet if it's the spirit of the book that we are more concerned about, it certainly can be conveyed by virtually any medium and thereby enhance the artistic impact of the original book through synergy.
Attack Squadron One Seven Six ( VA-176 ), known as the " Thunderbolts ", was a United States Navy carrier-based medium attack squadron that saw combat service in the Vietnam War and later in 1983 in both Grenada and Lebanon.
One column, " Skeptical Eye ," attempted to uncover various scams and flim-flam in the popular science world, and was the medium for James Randi to release his Project Alpha results.
One of his few starring roles in this medium was as Jethro Dumont in the 1949 series The Green Lama, as well as a syndicated anthology series The Player, in which Frees narrated and played all of the parts.
One and saw
One Monday morning I saw him approach the store with a woman and introduce me to her as my new Aunt.
One well-known story ( quoted in Berry, page 261 ) was that he saw the change of direction of a wind vane on a boat on the Thames, caused not by an alteration of the wind itself, but by a change of course of the boat relative to the wind direction.
1990 – 91 saw Bronski Beat release three further singles on the Zomba record label, " I'm Gonna Run Away ", " One More Chance " and " What More Can I Say ".
The following game saw Charlton's relegation to League One become a reality after a 2 – 2 draw against Blackpool.
There was no GP at Zandvoort in 1954 ( a sportscar-event replaced it ), but 1955 saw the first proper Formula One race counting for the World Championship.
Ackerman saw his first " imagi-movie " in 1922 ( One Glorious Day ), purchased his first science fiction magazine, Amazing Stories, in 1926, created The Boys ' Scientifiction Club in 1930 (" girl-fans were as rare as unicorn's horns in those days ").
As a result, the period between 1815 and 1871 saw a large number of revolutionary attempts and independence wars. One of the biggest revolutions was in Greece.
One of the earliest and most vocal critics, however, came to appreciate the new gallery once he saw it in person.
However, the terminal illness of Radek's lover, Larissa Reissner, saw Radek lose his inhibitions and he began publicly criticising Stalin, in particular debating Stalin's doctrine of Socialism in One Country at the Communist Academy Radek was sacked from his post at Sun Yat-Sen University in May 1927.
One of the places that saw many memorials and candlelight vigils was Pier A in Hoboken, New Jersey, where many people saw the events of September 11 ( Pier A had a good view of the World Trade Center.
One Buddhist explanation saw the kami as supernatural beings still caught in the cycle of birth and rebirth ( reincarnation ).
In other stories which are found in One Thousand and One Nights, protagonists who had to leave their homeland and travel to the unknown places of the world saw signs which proved that Solomon had already been there.
One of the difficult ones is that the punishment cannot be enforced unless there is a confession of the person, or four male eyewitnesses who each saw the act being committed.
One potential explanation is his general courtesy to a member of his extended family ; another is that he was starting to consider how to end the war peacefully, and saw this as a way of building a relationship with Henry.
One month prior to the release of this third album, in April 1981, the Undertones embarked on their ' Positive Touch tour '; this tour saw the band perform a total of 36 gigs across the UK mainland in the space of less than two months.
One strategy to counter the blockade saw the development of torpedo boats, small fast boats designed to attack the larger capital ships of the blockading fleet.
One unusual idea, which never saw service, was the ability to connect several independent airship elements like train wagons ; indeed, the patent title called the design Lenkbarer Luftfahrzug ( steerable air train ).
One of the most notable examples of this was the Peking opera, which saw “ some amazing achievements in those years ” under the leadership of such figures as Yu Huiyong.