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Spending much of his youth on Bear Island, in Penobscot Bay off the coast of Maine, he had trouble with geometry, being unable to understand the abstraction necessary to imagine that a chalk dot on the blackboard represented a mathematical point, or that an imperfectly drawn line with an arrow on the end was meant to stretch off to infinity.
Spending much of his childhood in Ferndale, he was moved at age 12 to San Clemente, California, where he spent a short time in a Catholic high school before he went back to public school to graduate from high school a year early.
Spending too much time assessing and managing unlikely risks can divert resources that could be used more profitably.
Spending much of his time in the Reeperbahn red light district, he entered into a relationship with a transvestite.
Spending much of the 1920s in Europe, Antheil returned to the US in the 1930s, and thereafter spent much of his time composing music for film scores and eventually, television.
Spending by non-profits, also called 527 organizations, exceeded $ 500 million in the 2010 election cycle with the two largest organizations being the Republican Governors Association $ 131, 873, 954 and the Democratic Governors Association $ 64, 708, 253 Spending by the 527 organizations for the 2012 is expected to be double and much will be derived from donors kept hidden from voters.
Spending much of his early years in poverty, this and his strict Pentecostal upbringing clearly had an influence on his music as can be seen in many of his tracks such as " Sinny Sin Sins " and " Colossal Insight ".
Spending much of her time at home alone, Angham turned to music as an outlet.
Spending much of the season on the Blues ' top line, Momesso turned in the most productive year of his career, finishing with 24 goals and 32 assists for 56 points, along with 199 penalty minutes.

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Spending their nights ashore surrounded by make-shift barricades of tree branches, the settlers were attacked one night by a group of about 30 Native Americans.
The video became the most expensive Roxette video ever produced, surpassing long-time title holder " Spending My Time " from their 1991 Joyride album.
Spending the Kids ' Inheritance ( originally the title of a book on the subject by Annie Hulley ) and the acronyms SKI and SKI ' ing refer to the growing number of older people in Western society spending their money on travel, cars and property, in contrast to previous generations who tended to leave that money to their children.
During their annual meeting, European members from different branches of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation issued the Declaration of Prali, in occasion of the Global day of Action on Military Spending, 17 April 2012.
Spending time ashore with shipmates the young sailor was amazed by the depth of concern expressed by locals concerning the South African conflict, so he decided to have some fun at their expense.
* Spending most of their day apart from their Hasidim, praying and learning in a room attached to the main beis medrash, called the daven shtiebel ( prayer room ).
Following the 2010 Coalition Government's Comprehensive Spending Review Motionhouse have seen their funding cut from around £ 270k to £ 250k.
Spending their last seconds together in virtual reality, which Brian had bought while at the rock concert, Pearl soon dies from her injuries, leaving Brian alone once more.
Spending branches are in the department of the controller, and it will be well, while we are dealing with the material side of the Royal Navy, to describe briefly their character and duties.
Spending another two seasons in Vancouver, Ronning became a free agent after the 1995 – 96 season and signed with the Phoenix Coyotes for their first season after moving from Winnipeg.

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Spending four years raising money, Flaherty was eventually funded by French fur company Revillon Frères and returned to the North and shot from August 1920 to August 1921.
Spending during Reagan's two terms ( FY 1981 – 88 ) averaged 22. 4 % GDP, well above the 20. 6 % GDP average from 1971 to 2009.
Since the Spending Clause of the United States Constitution vests only Congress with power to spend money from the public fisc, the Supreme Court has held that only Congress may waive sovereign immunity, and Congress may place limitations on any such waiver.
A similar version was included in the " Stop Over Spending Act of 2006 ", authored by Senator Judd Gregg, in the Senate and approved by the Senate Budget Committee, but the full Senate failed to approve it, thereby preventing the Legislative Line-Item Veto Act from becoming law.
Baltimore has made appearances in songs such as " Down 4 U ", " We Still Don't Give A F ** k ", and " No One Does It Better " from Irv Gotti Presents The Inc, Ja Rule tracks " Down Ass Bitch " and " The Last Temptation ", the Christina Milian track " Spending Time " and Ashanti's " Rain On Me " ( remix ).
Indicating that turmoil and the fact that Butler was a turning point in the Court ’ s thinking, in later jurisprudence Butler has been referenced to support expansion of authority under the Spending Clause ( e. g., Steward Machine Company v. Davis, ) and to dissent from such expansion ( e. g. South Dakota v. Dole,, O ’ Connor dissent.
Spending discipline and cuts in " low priority areas " allowed government spending to be constrained with the exception of health care, where government spending rose each year the PCs were in office ( from $ 17. 6B in 1994 / 95 to $ 27. 6B in 2003 / 04 ).
Spending an estimated $ 2. 5 million, he chartered a Boeing 747, a DC-8 and a Concorde to fly in eight hundred of the world's rich and famous from New York and London.
Spending equal amounts of resources to produce offspring of either sex is an evolutionarily stable strategy: if the general population deviates from this equilibrium by favoring one sex, one can obtain higher reproductive success with less effort by producing more of the other.
Spending freely, Harry bought his silk button-hole gardenia from an exclusive tailor on rue de la Paix.
A Spending Review or occasionally Comprehensive Spending Review is a governmental process in the United Kingdom carried out by HM Treasury to set firm aditure limits and, through public service agreements, define the key improvements that the public can expect from these resources.
Spending Reviews typically focus upon one or several aspects of public spending while Comprehensive Spending Reviews focus upon each government department's spending requirements from a zero base ( i. e. without reference to past plans or, initially, current expenditure ).
The previous four Spending Reviews took place during a period of steady public growth in the economy from 37 % in 1999 – 00 to 42 % by 2007 – 08.
Spending her childhood in Reading, Berkshire, Oldfield studied ballet from the age of four and won numerous competitions in all styles of dance, including ballet, tap and modern.
Spending on regulation increased by 62 % from $ 26. 4 billion to $ 42. 7 billion.

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Spending years in the same restrictive quarters as her sister Theodora led to the situation where Zoe by now loathed Theodora.

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Spending on technical education also rose, and the number of nursery schools was increased.
Spending $ 478. 28 of that on purchasing the second-hand Bolex camera " of dreams ," Lynch produced a new animated short, but upon getting the film developed, realized that the result was simply a blurred, frameless print.
Spending most of his days at Alamut working on religious works and doctrines for his Order, Sabbah was never to leave his fortress again in his lifetime.
According to the New Jersey March 2010 Comparative Spending Guide, the state average Comparative Cost Per Pupil was $ 12, 811.
In the 2008 Omnibus Spending Bill, the Yucca Mountain Project's budget was reduced to $ 390 million.
Spending a short time in the mining camps of northern Idaho, Miller found his way to Canyon City, Oregon by 1864 where he was elected the third Judge of Grant County.
New platforms for the Midland Metro are due to be built as part of its City Centre Extension to New Street Station, part-funding for which was confirmed in the October 2010 Comprehensive Spending Review.
) In her dissent, Justice O ’ Connor noted that Butler was the last case in which the Supreme Court struck down an Act of Congress as beyond the authority granted by the Spending Clause.
In his role as Chief Secretary to the Treasury, he was responsible for finalising the Spending Review of 2002 and leading the Spending Review of 2004.
Spending on the New Deal was £ 1. 3 billion in 2001.
This was then effectively repaid by central Government in later years as part of the Formula Spending Share.
Spending many of his final years in Florida and Mackinac Island, Michigan, Daugherty planned to write more books to clear his reputation, but in October 1940, he suffered two heart attacks and was stricken with pneumonia.
Spending the 1991 off-season in his homeland, Machado was arrested for murder being accused of shooting a woman following an auto accident.
Spending World War II in obscurity, Blomberg was captured by the Allies in 1945, after which time he gave evidence at the Nuremberg Trials.
The first was that it represented the first test of the capacity of the Spending Review process to plan and deliver a discretionary fiscal consolidation in the UK.
Spending over a decade on a particular piece was not uncommon for him.
Spending most of his life in the dry goods business, he was also Treasurer of Nevada Territory, a member of the Nevada Constitutional convention, and the first United States official to hold office in Alaska.
Spending on the relatively poor South was significantly increased, while new laws relating to index-linked pay, public housing, and pension provision were also passed.

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