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It was unwieldy due to its enormous size: were it still considered a single constellation, it would be the largest of all.
For according to them, there were seven islands in that sea in their time, sacred to Persephone, and also three others of enormous size, one of which was sacred to Hades, another to Ammon, and another one between them to Poseidon, the extent of which was a thousand stadia ; and the inhabitants of it — they add — preserved the remembrance from their ancestors of the immeasurably large island of Atlantis which had really existed there and which for many ages had reigned over all islands in the Atlantic sea and which itself had like-wise been sacred to Poseidon.
The description of Hanzei in the Kojiki is daunting as he is described as standing over nine feet tall and have enormous teeth all the same size.
With its small size and enormous oil wealth, Kuwait occupies a strategic position at the head of the Persian Gulf.
These families were very diverse in form and size ; they included the enormous brontotheres and the bizarre chalicotheres.
The enormous size of Russia and the remoteness of many areas from the sea result in the dominance of the humid continental climate, which is prevalent in all parts of the country except for the tundra and the extreme southeast.
Earlier in the decade, Congo's major employer was the state bureaucracy, which had a payroll of 80, 000, which is enormous for a country of Congo's size.
Individual country comparisons are of little value in gauging Russia's enormous size and diversity.
Due to the enormous size of the country Russia leads in the number of TV broadcast stations and repeaters.
" These rifles were designed for very large black-powder cartridges, from military-issue. 45-70 on up to the enormous. 50-140 Sharps and. 500 Express ; early repeating actions were not capable of handling rounds of this power and physical size.
Hippos are recognizable by their barrel-shaped torso, enormous mouth and teeth, nearly hairless body, stubby legs and tremendous size.
Because of their enormous size, hippopotamuses are difficult to weigh in the wild.
Xerogels usually retain high porosity ( 15-50 %) and enormous surface area ( 150 – 900 m < sup > 2 </ sup >/ g ), along with very small pore size ( 1-10 nm ).
The reason certain stars like Deneb and Betelgeuse are found off the main sequence is because of their extremely high luminosity resulting from their enormous size.
Due to China's enormous population growth and the body of its appointed scholar-officials being accepted in limited size ( about 20, 000 active officials during the Song period ), the larger scholarly gentry class would now take over grassroots affairs on the vast local level.
They range in size from almost man-portable mobile plants to enormous, complex systems weighing more than a hundred tonnes housed in block-sized buildings.
Before the end of World War II, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill was concerned that, with the enormous size of Soviet forces deployed in Europe at the end of the war and the perception that the Soviet leader Joseph Stalin was unreliable, there was a serious threat to Western Europe.
In the 13th century, Marco Polo ( as quoted in Attenborough ( 1961: 32 ) stated " It was for all the world like an eagle, but one indeed of enormous size ; so big in fact that its quills were twelve paces long and thick in proportion.
The second task was to catch two man-eating vultures of enormous size that were posing an equal threat to the neighborhood, again without use of any devices.
The name Fergus ( later Irish Fearghus ) means " man-strength " or " virility ", and Fergus is described as being of enormous size and sexual potency.
In 1926 a British anthropologist specialising in Australian Aboriginal ethnology and ethnography, Professor Alfred Radcliffe-Brown, noted many Aboriginal groups widely distributed across the Australian continent all appeared to share variations of a single ( common ) myth telling of an unusually powerful, often creative, often dangerous snake or serpent of sometimes enormous size closely associated with the rainbows, rain, rivers, and deep waterholes.
This ' Rainbow Serpent ' is generally and variously identified by those who tell ' Rainbow Serpent ' myths, as a snake of some enormous size often living within the deepest waterholes of many of Australia's waterways ; descended from that larger being visible as a dark streak in the Milky Way, it reveals itself to people in this world as a rainbow as it moves through water and rain, shaping landscapes, naming and singing of places, swallowing and sometimes drowning people ; strengthening the knowledgeable with rainmaking and healing powers ; blighting others with sores, weakness, illness, and death.
The sarcophagi are of immense size, and the burial must have entailed enormous expense.
This structure is enormous in a few species, equaling the size of the animal's head.

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The enormous changes in world politics have, however, thrown it into confusion, so much so that it is safe to say that all international law is now in need of reexamination and clarification in light of the social conditions of the present era.
Of greater importance, however, is the content of those programs, which have had and are having enormous consequences for the American people.
and where it is not, it is left with no residue, and the social meaning of this is enormous.
The cost of developing a major weapon system is now so enormous that the greatest care must be exercised in selecting new systems for development, in determining the most satisfactory rate of development, and in deciding the proper time at which either to place a system into production or to abandon it.
Today the recreational boating scene is awash with heartening statistics which prove the enormous growth of that sport.
This is an enormous industry that is subject to sabotage.
We devote a chapter to the binomial distribution not only because it is a mathematical model for an enormous variety of real life phenomena, but also because it has important properties that recur in many other probability models.
Accordingly, during the Sixties our national economy is likely to grow at as fast a rate as in the Fifties and, in the process, to require enormous amounts of capital funds.
Willow Run, General Electric's enormous installations at Louisville and Syracuse, the Pentagon, Boeing in Seattle, Douglas and Lockheed in Los Angeles, the new automobile assembly plants everywhere -- none of these is substantially served by any sort of conventional mass rapid transit.
Three seconds flat is the usual time, and the space is crossed by moderate mileage, while the overwhelming immensity of such journeys must be conceived as a static pulsation through an enormous number of coexistent frequencies which perpetuate all events.
Perhaps -- but extensive discussions with contemporary practitioners, family doctors and gynecologists indicate that this is still an area of enormous ignorance.
* The giant anaconda is a mythical snake of enormous proportions said to be found in South America.
The Alpanschluss (" coming down from the alps ") is celebrated by decorating the cows with garlands and enormous cowbells while the farmers dress in traditional costumes.
But, my friend, to speak the broken English is an enormous asset.
* 1982 – Mexico announces it is unable to pay its enormous external debt, marking the beginning of a debt crisis that spreads to all of Latin America and the Third World.
Due to the enormous amount of traffic at the Aachen road interchange, there is often serious traffic accumulation, which is why there are plans to expand the interchange in the coming years.
After the indecisive < ref name =" British historian Townsend Miller "> British historian Townsend Miller: “ But, if the outcome of < nowiki > battle of </ nowiki > Toro, militarily, is debatable, there is no doubt whatsoever as to its enormous psychological and political effects ” in The battle of Toro, 1476, in History Today, volume 14, 1964, p. 270 </ ref > Battle of Toro in 1476 against King Ferdinand II of Aragon, the husband of Isabella I of Castile, he went to France to obtain the assistance of Louis XI, but finding himself deceived by the French monarch, he returned to Portugal in 1477 in very low spirits.
In Valerio Massimo Manfredi's The Last Legion, Aurelianus ( here called " Aurelianus Ambrosius Ventidius ") is a major character and is shown as one of the last loyal Romans, going to enormous lengths for his boy emperor Romulus Augustus, whose power has been wrested by the barbarian Odoacer.

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