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" One year later, the earliest recorded use in reference to a theological distinction was by Sir Thomas More, who spoke of " Tyndale his evangelical brother Barns ".
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One state, Alabama, closes its fiscal year on September 30, and all cities in the state, with one exception, also close fiscal years on September 30.
One town and one city, Coventry and East Providence, require an adjustment of their fiscal year only.
One year I simply set the plants in the remains of a compost pile, to which a little sand had been added, and I had the most beautiful pansies in my, or any of my neighbors' experience.
One or two of the schools have a five year curriculum, but the usual pattern of American education has limited most of them to the four-year plan which seems to be the minimum in acceptable institutions.
One study, which involved 1,524 pupils in grades one to six, found that 12 percent of the pupils were seriously maladjusted and that 23 percent were reading a year below capacity.
One reel -- from eight to twelve minutes -- became the standard length from the year of Robbery, 1903, until Griffith shattered that limit forever with Birth Of A Nation in 1915.
One year the Department collected a file of case histories to document its argument that men in the field were paying the government's entertainment bills out of personal income.
April sales also were 5% below those of April last year, when volume reached a record for any month, $18.9 billion ( see chart on Page One ).
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 ).
( This package was released for the PC a year earlier under the title Atari: 80 Classic Games in One.
One year later Guthrum, or Athelstan by his baptismal name, Alfred ’ s former enemy and king of East Anglia, died and was buried in Hadleigh, Suffolk.
One of the earliest was Paul Prudhomme, who in 1984 began the introduction of his influential cookbook, Paul Prodhomme's Louisiana Kitchen, by describing the over 200 year history of Creole and Cajun cooking ; he aims to " preserve and expand the Louisiana tradition.
One year later, harassment complaints filed with the EEOC were up 50 percent and public opinion had shifted in Hill's favor.
One simple version of adaptive expectations is stated in the following equation, where is the next year's rate of inflation that is currently expected ; is this year's rate of inflation that was expected last year ; and is this year's actual rate of inflation:
One year later, during the third battle of Doiran, the United Kingdom, supported by Greece, once again suffered a humiliating defeat, losing 3, 155 men against just about 500 for the Bulgarian side.
Blackadder: Back & Forth was originally shown in the Millennium Dome in 2000, followed by a screening on Sky One in the same year ( and later on BBC1 ).
One of the American League's eight charter franchises in 1901, it spent its first year as a major league club in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as the Milwaukee Brewers before moving to St. Louis to become the St. Louis Browns.
One of the games played in Milwaukee that year was against the expansion Seattle Pilots, the team that would become the Brewers.
Charlton then lifted the League One trophy on 5 May 2012, having been in the top position since 15 September 2011, and after recording a 3 – 2 victory over Hartlepool United, recorded their highest ever league points score of 101, the highest in any professional European league that year.
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A more complete list would also include Bradbury's `` The Pedestrian '' ( 1951 ), Philip K. Dick's Solar Lottery ( 1955 ), David Karp's One ( 1953 ), Wilson Tucker's The Long Loud Silence ( 1952 ), Jack Vance's To Live Forever ( 1956 ), Gore Vidal's Messiah ( 1954 ), and Bernard Wolfe's Limbo ( 1952 ), as well as the three perhaps most outstanding dystopias, Frederik Pohl and C. M. Kornbluth's The Space Merchants ( 1953 ), Kurt Vonnegut's Player Piano ( 1952 ), and John Wyndham's Re-Birth ( 1953 ), works which we will later examine in detail.
One cannot assume, of course, that all these accumulated meanings were inherent in the stereotype at the beginning of the therapy, or at any one time later on when the stereotype was uttered ; ;
One denomination had a membership of 1,419,833 at the beginning of the period under study, and twenty years later its membership stood at 1,541,991 -- a net growth of only 122,158.
One is that people will be more helping when they know that their helping behavior will be communicated to people they will interact with later, is publicly announced, is discussed, or is simply being observed by someone else.
One, the ABCDE order later used in Phoenician, has continued with minor changes in Hebrew, Greek, Armenian, Gothic, Cyrillic, and Latin ; the other, HMĦLQ, was used in southern Arabia and is preserved today in Ethiopic.
One month later, Johnston was promoted to major and the position of aide-de-camp to General Sam Houston.
One thing that is consistent about Poirot's retirement is that his fame declines during it, so that in the later novels he is often disappointed when characters ( especially younger characters ) recognize neither him nor his name:
One of the terms of the surrender was that Guthrum convert to Christianity ; and three weeks later the Danish king and 29 of his chief men were baptised at Alfred's court at Aller, near Athelney, with Alfred receiving Guthrum as his spiritual son.
One such figure was Phanes of Halicarnassus, who would later on leave Amasis, for reasons Herodotus does not clearly know but suspects were personal between the two figures.
One century later, their use of the symbols which became 2, 7 and 9 was recorded, but Brahmi numerals lacked a symbol for 0.
One of these corrections is that for lamp flicker noise, which is independent of wavelength, resulting in measurements with very low noise level ; other corrections are those for background absorption, as will be discussed later.
One example was recorded in 1948, by Buddy Kaye, Fred Wise, Sidney Lippman, and later Perry Como, called A, You're Adorable:
According to her diaries, Volume One, 1931 – 1934, Nin abandoned formal schooling at the age of sixteen years and later began working as an artist's model.
( Musseli told friends she had not wanted to sell her home, but that Lerner urged her to cut her ties with her native city and that she entrusted Lerner with the proceeds of the sale, for investment in the U. S .) The daughter of a World War One French war hero and herself an unsung heroine of the Resistance, whose Corsican forebears were intimates of Napoleon Bonaparte, she later made Lerner the gift of a chateau in France after he declared to her that he wanted a French rural retreat where he could write.
In the 1990s, Peter formed One More Time, a group that enjoyed European success with the ABBA-like " Highland " and, later, as Sweden's entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 1996.
One of Adam's main sources had been the German bishop Adalvard the Younger of Sigtuna and later of Skara as hinted in Scholia 119.
It has been argued by John Mosier that, while the French soldiers in 1940 were better trained than German soldiers, as were the Americans later, and the German army was the least mechanised of the major armies, its leadership cadres were both larger and superior and their high standards of leadership were the primary reason for the successes of the German army in World War Two as it had been in World War One.
British businessman Bernie Ecclestone owned Brabham during most of the 1970s and 1980s, and later became responsible for administering the commercial aspects of Formula One.
One of the forces that worked as an impetus for his pressing forward was the first stirring of what would later be called Romanticism — the Sturm und Drang, or " storm and stress " phase in the arts, a short period where obvious emotionalism was a stylistic preference.