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The active sponsor of Jefferson's measure for religious liberty in Virginia, Madison played the most influential single role in the drafting of the Constitution and in securing its ratification in Virginia, founded the first political party in American history, and, as Jefferson's Secretary of State and his successor in the Presidency, guided the nation through the troubled years of our second war with Britain.
Rookie southpaw George Stepanovich relieved Hyde at the start of the ninth and gave up the A's fifth tally on a walk to second baseman Dick Howser, a wild pitch, and Frank Cipriani's single under Shortstop Jerry Adair's glove into center.
Jim Gentile bounced a hard shot off Kunkel's glove and beat it out for a single, and when Lumpe grabbed the ball and threw it over first baseman Throneberry's head Brandt took third and Gentile second on the error.
Turk Lown was tagged with the loss, his second against no victories, while Ray Moore won his second game against a single loss.
He finished second to Tsongas in the New Hampshire primary, but after trailing badly in the polls and coming within single digits of winning, the media viewed it as a victory.
In the first episode of Daria, she and her family move from Beavis and Butt-Head's hometown of Highland to Lawndale — the only references to the original show is a single mention of Highland in the first episode, with Daria saying Lawndale can't be a second Highland " unless there's uranium in the drinking water here too ".
A second single, " C ' mon C ' mon ", also charted in the UK Top 20 and an album, Truthdare Doubledare, released in May 1986, peaked at Nº18.
In the 20th century the first part of the prologue ( chapters 1: 1-2: 5 ) and the two parts of the epilogue ( 17-21 ) were commonly seen as miscellaneous collections of fragments tacked on to the main text, and the second part of the prologue ( 2: 6-3: 6 ) as an introduction composed expressly for the book ; this view has been challenged in the latter decades of the century, and there is an increasing willingness to see Judges as the work of a single individual, working by carefully selecting, reworking and positioning his source material to introduce and conclude his themes.
Since the second half of the 20th century most scholars have agreed with Martin Noth's thesis that the books of Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Samuel and Kings form parts of a single work.
Noth argued that the History was the work of a single individual living in the 6th century, but scholars today tend to treat it as made up of at least two layers, a first edition from the time of Josiah ( late 7th century ), promoting Josiah's religious reforms and the need for repentance, and ( 2 ) a second and final edition from the mid 6th century.
The second floor has three double rooms and seven single rooms.
The third floor is identical to the second except that in place of the don's room there are two single rooms.
Eastern Orthodoxy is the second largest single denomination in Christianity, with over 200 million adherents.
Estimates of the total number of Protestants are very uncertain, partly because of the difficulty in determining which denominations should be placed in these categories, but it seems clear that Protestantism is the second largest major group of Christians after Catholicism in number of followers ( although the Orthodox Church is larger than any single Protestant denomination ).
One year later, the band debuted their second single, " Dicknail " through Sub Pop Records.
The standard works are printed and distributed by the LDS Church in a single binding called a quadruple combination and as a set of two books, with the Bible in one binding, and the other three books in a second binding called a triple combination.
A single compact set is sometimes referred to as a compactum ; following the Latin second declension ( neuter ), the corresponding plural form is compacta.
However, Cleveland only won a single pennant in the decade, in 1954, finishing second to the New York Yankees five times.
Coldcut's second album, Some Like It Cold released in 1990, featured another collaboration with Queen Latifah on the single " Find a Way ".
The second single, " Fall at Your Feet ", was less successful in Australia and New Zealand but did at least reach the US Hot 100.
Most systems may be assumed to have a second order and single variable system response in the time domain ignoring multi-variable.
This is illustrated in the figure above, where the first pattern is the diffraction pattern of a single slit, given by the function in this equation, and the second figure shows the combined intensity of the light diffracted from the two slits, where the function represent the fine structure, and the coarser structure represents diffraction by the individual slits as described by the function.
A second single, the double A-sided single " Two Doors Down "/" It's All Wrong, But It's All Right " also topped the country singles chart and crossed over to the pop top twenty.

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At the last second I dropped my sights from the bare chest and bright red circle to the chest of his pony.
A second leaped from his horse to the top of the bale, firing four arrows in such rapid succession it didn't seem possible they were in flight.
I saw Johnson's bottle snatched from his hand, saw it go in a swirl of foam just behind the second car.
He could learn at second hand from books, but could not thus capture the real Jewish spirit.
The second name was ( Edward ) Kempe, matriculated from Queens' College at Easter, 1625.
Even to be `` from hope and fear set free '' is at least better than to have lost the first without having got rid of the second.
The House was his habitat and there he flourished, first as a young representative, then as a forceful committee chairman, and finally in the post for which he seemed intended from birth, Speaker of the House, and second most powerful man in Washington.
Obviously, if this club is going to move from second to first in the American League, it will have to show improvement someplace.
So, all in all, the infield can't be expected to supply the added improvement to propel the Birds from second to first.
Even apart from the fact that now at the age of 31 my personal life is being totally disrupted for the second time for no very compelling reason -- I cannot help looking around at the black leather jacket brigades standing idly on the street corners and in the taverns of every American city and asking myself if our society has gone mad.
Big Hans began pouring whisky in the kid's mouth but his mouth filled without any getting down his throat and in a second it was dripping from his chin.
and second, to increase uniformly the allotments to those States whose allotments are below their maximums, with adjustments to prevent the allotment of any State from thereby exceeding its maximum.
On the second occasion it took prayers as well as reason to dissuade the soldiers from their purpose.
The expectation is that first-level supervisors will be selected in approximately equal numbers from the second and third engineering level, with very few coming from the first level.
These differences in turn result from the fact that my Yokuts vocabularies were built up of terms selected mainly to insure unambiguity of English meaning between illiterate informants and myself, within a compact and uniform territorial area, but that Hoijer's vocabulary is based on Swadesh's second glottochronological list which aims at eliminating all items which might be culturally or geographically determined.
This second conclusion, independently arrived at by independent study of material from two pairs of language families as different and remote from one another as these four are, cannot be ignored.
Under the most favorable assumptions for increase, the Bureau of the Census projects that the annual rate of household formations will rise from about 883,000 in the last two years of the Fifties to an annual rate of about 1,018,000 in the first five years of the Sixties, and to a slightly higher annual rate of 1,083,000 in the second half of the decade.
The average annual rate of 1,083,000 in the second half of the Sixties is still considerably below the annual rate of 1,525,000 in the three-year period from April 1947 to March 1950.
The second list was derived from a group of approximately 8,000 names supplied to the research team by the Aerospace Industries Association.
The second step in processing was to compare the responses from companies on the AIA list with those from companies on the TR list in order to determine whether it would be appropriate to merge the responses for the purposes of the study.
The second productive period, the decade from 1910 to 1920, can be related to three events: the completion of The Dynasts in 1909, which left Hardy free of pressure for the first time in forty years ; ;
Australites ( tektites from Australia ) give the appearance of a second melting.

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