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Only and few
Only a very few of the more advanced ones, such as India and Pakistan, have developed systematic techniques of programing.
Only a few more than 10,000 boats had been registered with the Division of Harbors and Rivers at the end of the 1960 boating season, but many had been taken out of the water early when the threat of a hurricane brought the season to an early close.
Only a few years ago a middle western college circulated a request for a teacher of interior design.
Only a few other people -- very important people -- knew of the nitrogen-mustard eggs nestled below decks.
Only a few days after moving into the White House.
Only in a few cases are leaves produced along the length of the stem.
Only a few weeks after his accession the Ottoman Empire sustained a crushing defeat at the Battle of Slankamen from the Austrians under Margrave Louis William of Baden and was driven from Hungary.
Only a few dates and descriptions in Gettens ' and Stout's book are now outdated.
Only a few individuals in the Soviet Union dared to defend ' traitors ' like Sakharov and Solzhenitsyn, and those who had dared were inevitably punished.
Only a few weeks after signing the agreement, Shuja was deposed by his predecessor, Mahmud.
Only a few months later, Karl Schwarzschild found a solution to Einstein field equations, which describes the gravitational field of a point mass and a spherical mass.
Only a few monarchies ( most notably Japan and Sweden ) have amended their constitutions so that the monarch is no longer even the nominal chief executive.
Only a few species are arboreal-the North American gray fox, the closely related Channel Island fox, and the raccoon dog habitually climb trees.
Only a few, trusted people are aware of it, such as Batman and other members of the Justice League, Superman's cousin Supergirl, and Clark's childhood friend Lana Lang ( In pre-Crisis stories, Lana did not know but their friend Pete Ross did, unbeknownst to anyone — including Clark ).
Only a few interior valleys and coastal strips are flat enough for soil accumulations of consequence, however.
Only a very few comparable DOSes were stored elsewhere than floppy disks ; among these exceptions were the British BBC Micro's optional Disc Filing System, DFS, offered as a kit with a disk controller chip, a ROM chip, and a handful of logic chips, to be installed inside the computer ; and Commodore's CBM DOS, located in a ROM chip in each disk drive.
Only a few educated Romans with antiquarian interests, such as Varro, could read Etruscan.
Only a very few Protestants believe in the infallibility of ecumenical councils, but they usually restrict this infallibility to the Christological statements of the first seven councils.
Only a few compositions that Satie took seriously remain from this period: Jack in the Box, music to a pantomime by Jules Depaquit ( called a "" by Satie ),, a short comic opera on a serious theme, text by Lord Cheminot, The Dreamy Fish, piano music to accompany a lost tale by Lord Cheminot, and a few others that were mostly incomplete, hardly any of them staged, and none of them published at the time.
Only few scholars have argued against Paul's authorship.
Only a few fragments and letters of Epicurus's 300 written works remain.
Only in occupations relating to agriculture, forestry, and school teaching was a rough parity approached, and as few as 6 percent of Finns worked in jobs where 40 to 60 percent of workers were of the opposite sex.
Only a few years into his service as a federal judge, Hopkinson died in Philadelphia at the age of 53 from a sudden epileptic seizure.
Only a few fans could afford more professional printers, or the time it took them to print, until photocopying became cheap and ubiquitous in the 1970s.

Only and numbers
Only the Jarawa and Sentinelese still maintain a steadfast independence and refuse most attempts at contact ; their numbers are uncertain but estimated to be in the low hundreds.
Only when all numbers have been added is the result held in the accumulator written to main memory or to another, non-accumulator, CPU register.
Only about 60 % are in protected areas, suggesting that actual numbers of the lowland subspecies may only be in the low tens of thousands.
Only in the 15th century did production of painted icons begin to approach Eastern levels, and in this century the use of icons in the West was enormously increased by the introduction of prints on paper, mostly woodcuts which were produced in vast numbers ( although hardly any survive ).
Only those letters which occur in the English alphabet are affected ; numbers, symbols, whitespace, and all other characters are left unchanged.
Only stationary states with energies corresponding to integral numbers of wavelengths can exist ; for other states the waves interfere destructively, resulting in zero probability density.
Only in Zapata ’ s army were there large numbers of women combatants: some were even officers.
Only firms with 10 or more employees must report their numbers, as well as firms paying workmen ’ s compensation insurance.
Only a minimum amount of work is done by the linker when the executable file is created ; it only records what library routines the program needs and the index names or numbers of the routines in the library.
Only white dice with black numbers use the older distribution.
Only five squares within each row contained numbers which subsequently led to the design of modern day bingo.
Only five of the seventeen musical numbers from the stage musical were used in the film, and Meredith Willson wrote " He's My Friend " to extend the song score.
Only very small numbers of these coins were minted, and they are extremely rare today.
Only small numbers of Sonderkommando were kept alive to assist arriving transports, for clearing away bodies, or for sorting property and valuables from dead victims.
Only a few of the twenty-four thousand Japanese defenders on the island were captured ; large numbers of local civilians threw themselves and their children off high cliffs rather than be captured.
Only in the last decades of the 20th century were foreigners allowed to visit the country, and only then in limited numbers.
Only fifty-five 427 c. i. Cobras had been originally produced out of a block of serial numbers reserved for 100 vehicles.
Only in the 1960s and 1970s the numbers started to expand quickly to 5, 016 inhabitants in 1970 and 11, 000 inhabitants in 2002.
Only small numbers are found on Mediterranean coasts.
Only a few of the numbers may be shown, and changes to this information can be done without displaying the full number.
Only a young village maiden named Constance Partlet seems unwilling to join in the happy mood, and we learn as she tells her mother that she is secretly in love with the local vicar, Dr. Daly (" When he is here, I sigh with pleasure "); and the cleric himself promptly soliloquises that he has been unlucky in love (" The air is charged with amatory numbers ").
Only a small percentage ( the numbers are unknown ) accepted resettlement within the Russian Empire.
Only 296 examples of the S1 were manufactured ( chassis numbers from 460001 to 460296 ).
The Cowardly Lion is also the only character in the movie who has two solo song numbers -" If I Only Had the Nerve ," performed after his initial meeting with Dorothy, The Scarecrow, and The Tin Man in the forest, and " If I Were King of the Forest ," performed while he and the others are awaiting their audience with the Wizard.

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