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Some gracefully soared from the backs of their wounded, screaming mounts to make one last defiant charge before the lead split their hearts or tore their guts.
from Brown Corpus
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Some and soared
Some 7, 000 were sold to their tenants during 1970, but in two short years that figure soared to more than 45, 000 in 1972.
Some and from
Some students from the University returned around six with a large pot containing enough hot soup to last me a week.
Some reports say he was rescued from timely retirement by his friend, Congressman Walter of Pennsylvania, at a moment when the Kennedy Administration was diligently searching for all the House votes it could get.
Some 80 reaction tubes from 13 manifold fillings were illuminated in the temperature range from 40 to 85-degrees in a further endeavor to determine the cause of the irreproducibility and to obtain information on the activation energy and the effect of light intensity.
Some of these were obviously filling from interlobular branches of the bronchial arteries while others were filling from direct hilar branches following along the pleural surface.
Some investigators have found a parallelism between remissions and return of the sympathetic reactivity of the hypothalamus to the normal level as indicated by the Mecholyl test and, conversely, between clinical impairment and increasing deviation of this test from the norm.
Some date it from woman suffrage, others from when women first began to challenge men in the marketplace, still others from the era of the emancipated flapper and bathtub gin.
Some excellent filmstrips with recordings and motion pictures may be secured from your denominational headquarters to enrich the class session.
Some clue to the character of London's approach in these discs may be gained immediately from the fact that ten of the 12 titles include the word `` percussion '' or `` percussive ''.
Some of the New York Philharmonic musicians who live in the suburbs spent yesterday morning digging themselves free from snow.
Some people said Linda had just announced the engagement to jolt John into some action, but when John came home from a business trip to Cleveland with Edythe, with Edythe his bride, it could no longer be John-and-Linda even to sentimental wishful thinkers.
Some jurisdictions have specialized appellate courts, such as the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, which only hears appeals raised in criminal cases, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, which has general jurisdiction but derives most of its caseload from patent cases, on the other hand, and appeals from the Court of Federal Claims on the other.
Some scholars point to a character from the Babylonian cuneiform which may have been derived from a representation of the abacus.
Some adaptations of the Latin alphabet are augmented with ligatures, such as æ in Old English and Icelandic and Ȣ in Algonquian ; by borrowings from other alphabets, such as the thorn þ in Old English and Icelandic, which came from the Futhark runes ; and by modifying existing letters, such as the eth ð of Old English and Icelandic, which is a modified d. Other alphabets only use a subset of the Latin alphabet, such as Hawaiian, and Italian, which uses the letters j, k, x, y and w only in foreign words.
Some and backs
Some of the aphoristic poetry he wrote on the backs of postcards and scraps of paper were set to music by composer Alban Berg.
Some stringed instruments are made with one-piece poplar backs ; violas made in this fashion are said to have a particularly resonant tone.
Martin Windrow notes that: Some 130 of the Legion parachute battalion out of the 500 that had jumped emerged from this breakthrough fight ; they had only escaped by clambering down lianas shrouding a 75 ft cliff with their wounded tied on their backs.
Some cameras capable of using both 120 and 220 film will have a two position adjustment of the pressure plate ( e. g. the Mamiya C220 or Mamiya C330 ) while others will require different film backs e. g. the Pentax 645 or Kowa Six ).
Some companies had bulk film backs that used 70mm double-perforated that allowed up to 75 feet of film to be loaded at one time.
Some nudibranchs have smooth or warty backs and have no visible gill mechanism, such that respiration may likely take place directly through the skin.
Some of his own children denounced him as their leader and turned their backs on The Salvation Army, including his daughter Kate Booth and his sons Herbert and Ballington Booth, the latter founding a separate organisation, the Volunteers of America with himself as ' General '.
Some species perch on the backs of cattle, which they use both as a vantage point and because the cattle flush up insects.
Some Hindu folk-myths have a snake ( Adisesha ) circling the tortoise Kurma that supports the eight elephants which support the world on their backs.
Some species communicate warnings to rivals by exposing white feather patches on their backs or shoulders.
Some large format cameras have rotating or sliding reduction backs, which mask off part of the film sheet, allowing several smaller photos to be placed on a single sheet of film.
Some N-S variation with birds becoming blacker on backs, local populations once separated as M. m. cooperi and M. m. mailliardi.
Some other features were the tilt steering wheel, deep zippered pockets on the backs of the front seats, and tonneau cover under the liftback.
Some of these " preferred lenders " allegedly rewarded university financial aid staff with " kick backs.
Some small reconnaissance shows Holmes that Oberstein ’ s house backs onto an above-ground Underground line, and that, owing to traffic at a nearby junction, trains often stop right under his windows.
Some of the most important players of that squad were goalkeeper Ubaldo Fillol, backs Roberto Perfumo and Daniel Passarella, midfielders Juan José López, Reinaldo Merlo and Norberto Alonso and strikers Carlos Morete and Oscar Más.
Some backs, primarily older ones, require multiple exposures to capture an image ; generally one each for red, green, and blue.
Some of the 6. 0 L Power Stroke engines have proven to be problematic, and speculated to have cost Ford millions of dollars in warranty repairs and buy backs.
Some targes, usually those actually used in battle, had their backs covered in a piece of red cloth taken from the uniform of a government soldier ( a " Redcoat ") that the owner had killed in battle.
Samuel Wells Williams, a translator on the Perry mission, backs up this record: " Some of the flags seen ashore, and the red jackets, too, to-day had on them.