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One seed-to-seed life cycle for an annual can occur in as little as a month in some species, though most last several months.
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One and life
One such event is the landing in Europe itself, when the mingled familiarity and strangeness of the Occident, after the blank immensities of Asia, shocks the returning traveller into a realization of the infinite possibilities of human life.
One need not waver in his belief in virile law enforcement to insist that there are other things in American life which are also of great importance, and to which even law enforcement must accommodate itself.
One of the significant developments in American-Jewish life is that the cultural consumers are largely the women.
One is not sure who emerges as the main personality of this book -- Mijbil, with his rollicking ways, or Maxwell himself, poet, portrait painter, writer, journalist, traveller and zoologist, sensitive but never sentimental recorder of an unusual way of life, in a language at once lyrical and forceful, vivid and unabashed.
One way is a sincere expression of Christian love, " motivated by a powerful feeling of security, strength, and inner salvation, of the invincible fullness of one ’ s own life and existence ".
One such site featured in her books is the temple site of Abu Simbel in her book Death on the Nile, as well as the great detail in which she describes life at the dig site in her book Murder in Mesopotamia.
One modern scholar has written " It is almost certain not only that at no time in his life did he ever see, let alone command, a Roman army, but that, throughout the twenty-three years of his reign, he never went within five hundred miles of a legion ".
One of the major themes of the novel is the difficulty of soldiers to revert to civilian life after having experienced extreme combat situations.
One example might be traveling in a car protected by a bubble of clear bulletproof glass, such as the Popemobile of Pope John Paul II – built following an attempt at his life.
One Aleut leader recognized by the State of Alaska for her work in teaching and reviving Aleut basketry was Anfesia Shapsnikoff whose life and accomplishments are portrayed in " Moments Rightly Placed.
One cannot possibly understand the teaching of the saints unless one has a pure mind and is trying to imitate their life.
One has to look deep into the meaning of religion in order to fully appreciate it and make it a genuine part of one's life.
One of the few, if not the only, times he left Scotland was towards the end of his life, when he returned to Ireland to found the monastery at Durrow.
The Oral Torah is the primary guide for Jews to abide by these terms, as expressed in tractate Gittin 60b, " the Holy One, Blessed be He, did not make His covenant with Israel except by virtue of the Oral Law " to help them learn how to live a holy life, and to bring holiness, peace and love into the world and into every part of life, so that life may be elevated to a high level of kedushah, originally through study and practice of the Torah, and since the destruction of the Second Temple, through prayer as expressed in tractate Sotah 49a " Since the destruction of the Temple, every day is more cursed than the preceding one ; and the existence of the world is assured only by the kedusha ... and the words spoken after the study of Torah.
Poe spent the last few years of his life in this small cottage in the Fordham, Bronx | Bronx, New York. One evening in January 1842, Virginia showed the first signs of consumption, now known as tuberculosis, while singing and playing the piano.
One of the first writers of science fiction was Mary Shelley, whose novel Frankenstein ( 1818 ) dealt with the asexual creation of new life, a re-telling of the Adam and Eve story.
One and cycle
One Nepōhualtzintzin ( 91 ) represented the number of days that a season of the year lasts, two Nepōhualtzitzin ( 182 ) is the number of days of the corn's cycle, from its sowing to its harvest, three Nepōhualtzintzin ( 273 ) is the number of days of a baby's gestation, and four Nepōhualtzintzin ( 364 ) completed a cycle and approximate a year ( 1 days short ).
One of the central beliefs of Theosophy is that humanity is undergoing a cycle of evolution, towards increasing " perfection ", and Gardner recognised the potential significance of the photographs for the movement:
One year usually had 12 months, which were alternately 29 and 30 days long ( with an additional day added from time to time, to catch up with " drifts " between the calendar and the actual moon cycle ), and intercalary months were added in an arbitrary fashion at the end of the year.
One cycle of these adventures became canonical as the " Twelve Labours ," but the list has variations.
One of only two American cycle manufacturers to survive the Great Depression, Harley-Davidson again produced large numbers of motorcycles for the US Army in World War II and resumed civilian production afterwards, producing a range of large V-twin motorcycles that were successful both on racetracks and for private buyers.
One of the best known of all Irish stories, Oidheadh Clainne Lir, or The Tragedy of the Children of Lir, is also part of this cycle.
One example, Fountainhead's Anna, is a short film that focuses on the cycle of life and is reminiscent of Fantasia.
One of the most impressive achievements described in the Meteorology is the description of what is now known as the hydrologic cycle.
One cycle data break effectively tripled the DMA transfer rate because only the target data needed to be transferred to and from the core memory.
One Buddhist explanation saw the kami as supernatural beings still caught in the cycle of birth and rebirth ( reincarnation ).
One nine-year study of temperature, granulation, and the chromosphere showed no systematic variations ; Ca II emissions around the H and K infrared bands show a possible 11-year cycle, but this is weak relative to the Sun.
One such cycle of Arabic tales centres around a small group of historical figures from 9th-century Baghdad, including the caliph Harun al-Rashid ( died 809 ), his vizier Jafar al-Barmaki ( d. 803 ) and the licentious poet Abu Nuwas ( d. c. 813 ).
* According to Adi Sankara's commentary on the Vishnu sahasranama, Hari means " One who destroys samsara ", which is the entanglement in the cycle of birth and death, along with ignorance, its cause.
One confounding factor, which has been the subject of many studies, is residential self-selection: people who prefer to drive tend to move towards low density suburbs, whereas people who prefer to walk, cycle or use transit tend to move towards higher density urban areas, better served by public transport.
One definition of " nightmare " is a dream which causes one to wake up in the middle of the sleep cycle and experience a negative emotion, such as fear.
* 1999: Diary of One Who Vanished, a song cycle by Leoš Janáček of poems by Ozef Kalda, Faber & Faber
One saros after an eclipse, the Sun, Earth, and Moon return to approximately the same relative geometry, and a nearly identical eclipse will occur, in what is referred to as an eclipse cycle.
One popular theory in the 1940s, for example, was that of the " Big Push " which suggested that countries needed to jump from one stage of development to another through a virtuous cycle, in which large investments in infrastructure and education coupled with private investments would move the economy to a more productive stage, breaking free from economic paradigms appropriate to a lower productivity stage.
One bit in each plane could be accessed in one cycle, so each machine word in an array of words was spread over a stack of planes.
In Lovecraft's cycle of horror sonnets, Fungi from Yuggoth, sonnet XXVII " The Elder Pharos " mentions the last Elder One who lives alone talking to chaos via drums: " The Thing, they whisper, wears a silken mask of yellow, whose queer folds appear to hide a face not of this earth ...."