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I myself was one of the skeptics ( 35 years ago ).
A special presentation was made to Mrs. Geraldine Thompson of Red Bank, who is stepping down after 35 years on the committee.
`` In 35 years we have opened 7,000 churches '', the Rev. Mr. Brandt said, adding that the denomination had a national goal of one church for every 10,000 persons.
It also has 35 radioisotopes, of which the longest-lived is < sup > 125 </ sup > Sb with a half-life of 2. 75 years.
* 1455: Baron Cromwell, called out of abeyance after 35 years ; again in 1923 after 426 years.
* 1646: Baron Ferrers of Chartley, called out of abeyance after 35 years.
It first appeared in 1942, and proved so popular that it ran intermittently over the next 35 years.
The median age was 35 years.
:* Boston has a celebration annually, hosted by the French Cultural Center for over 35 years.
He set goalscoring records for both the England team and Manchester United, with both records remaining intact some 35 years after the end of his playing career.
It is commonly believed that at the time of his death he was between 35 and 40 years old and thus born in about 1680.
She went on to appear in 35 films with Chaplin over eight years.
Expansion of U. S. copyright law ( Assuming authors create their works at age 35 and live for seventy years )
The same problem arose, several years later, with the Valech Report, released in 2004 and which counted almost 30, 000 victims of torture, among testimonies from 35, 000 persons.
They have a life expectancy of 10 to 15 years in the wild, and can live considerably longer in captivity, with one specimen reportedly surviving for 35 years.
On June 8, 2012, it was announced that after 35 years of hosting the show, the Magliozzi brothers were retiring and that Car Talk would stop producing new episodes as of October 2012, but that NPR will continue airing the show in reruns.
The market order has been invoked during six crop years: 1962 ( 12 %), 1963 ( 5 %), 1970 ( 10 %), 1971 ( 12 %), 2000 ( 15 %), and 2001 ( 35 %).
This is only 35 years before John Thomas ' 1849 lecture tour in Britain which attracted significant support from an existing non-Trinitarian Adventist base, particularly, initially, in Scotland where Arian Socinian and unitarian ( with a small ' u ' as distinct from the Unitarian Church of Theophilus Lindsey ) views were prevalent.
Enrollees had to be between the ages of 17 and 35 years.
The proportion of children below the age of 15 in 2010 was 35. 8 %, 60. 9 % was between 15 and 65 years of age, while 3. 3 % was 65 years or older.
In their first 35 years of marriage, they moved as many times.
* 1986 The first long-running American television soap opera, Search for Tomorrow, airs its final episode after 35 years on the air.

35 and production
* Calcium stearate ( Ca ( C < sub > 18 </ sub > H < sub > 35 </ sub > O < sub > 2 </ sub >)< sub > 2 </ sub >) is used in the manufacture of wax crayons, cements, certain kinds of plastics and cosmetics, as a food additive, in the production of water resistant materials and in the production of paints.
Coffee production in 1999 was estimated at 35, 000 tons ; exports of coffee in 2001 generated $ 11 million.
In 1999, production of cocoa beans was 26, 000 tons and of tobacco, 35, 000 tons.
By using doublespeak in advertisements, aspirin production rose by almost 50 percent from over 23 million pounds in 1960 to over 35 million pounds in 1970.
* 1934 35: Junkers Motorenwerke in Germany started production of the Jumo aviation diesel engine family, the most famous of these being the Jumo 205, of which over 900 examples were produced by the outbreak of World War II.
35 million euros between 1997 and 2011 ), despite stiff competition from other film locations in Eastern Europe and North Africa, with the Malta Film Commission providing support services to foreign film companies for the production of feature cinema ( Gladiator, Troy, Munich and Count of Monte Cristo ' World War Z, amongst others, were shot in Malta over the last few years ), commercials and television series.
The conventional submarine force increased from 35 to 100 boats, the number of missile-carrying ships grew from 20 to 200, and the production of larger surface ships, including support ships for oceangoing operations, increased.
Coffee production of 14, 578, 560 tons in 2000 compares to a pre-civil war variation between 35, 000 and 40, 000 tons.
Ron Cook, then 35, in the 1983 BBC Shakespeare production of the play, was closest in age, and bore some facial resemblance to the Society of Antiquaries portrait.
* 1975 Roland JC-120 Jazz Chorus Guitar Amplifier: A two channel, 120 watt amplifier equipped with two 12-inch ( 30 cm ) speakers, built-in chorus and vibrato effects and a 3-band EQ per channel, renowned for its super-clean sound and durability, it has remained in production for over 35 years.
His production company, 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks, has produced over 35 films since 1983.
In 1951, agricultural production accounted for 35. 8 % of its GDP.
In 1902, the Mercedes 35 hp automobiles with that engine were put into production by DMG.
Records sold because their fidelity improved, mass production processes were soon developed, advertising worked, and prices dropped from one and two dollars to around 35 cents .".
Assuming an increase in output of during each year after the start of commercial production, RAND predicts the costs would decline to $ 35 48 per barrel ($ 220 300 / m < sup > 3 </ sup >) within 12 years.
The advent of television production also enhanced the use of 16 mm film, initially for its advantage of cost and portability over 35 mm.
16 mm is also extensively used for television production in countries where television economics make the use of 35 mm too expensive.
In most original film production, movies are shot on 35 mm.
The first quartz watch to enter production was the Seiko 35 SQ Astron, which hit the shelves on December 25, 1969.
" Radom " is also the popular unofficial name for a semiautomatic 9 mm Para pistol of Polish design ( the Model 35 / ViS-35 ) designed by Piotr Wilniewczyc and Jan Skrzypinski ( hence the designation " ViS "), under Director Kazimierz Ołdakowski, which had been in production from 1935 to 1945 at the national arsenal located in the city.
The scientific production each year, on average, leads to 30 to 35 doctorate theses.
Almost 7, 800 of the 35, 000 civil aircraft built in the United States that year were Pipers, but a strike led to a shortage of steel tubing, interrupting production, and 1, 900 workers had to be suspended as a result.
The Korean government regulates the alcohol content of diluted soju to less than 35 %, but alcohol levels have continued to fall in order to reduce production costs.
Frustrated by the formality of 35 mm film production, and the institutional dependence and resultant prolonged inactivity associated with it ( which had already cost him seven years with Caravaggio, as well as derailing several long-term projects ), Jarman returned to and expanded the super 8 mm-based form he had previously worked in on Imagining October and The Angelic Conversation.

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