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The chosen invasion sites ran from Rottingdean in the west to Hythe in the east.
From a variety of sites which were offered, Shrum recommended to the provincial government that the summit of Burnaby Mountain, 365 meters above sea level, be chosen for the new university.
After orbiting Mars for more than a month and returning images used for landing site selection, the orbiters and landers detached ; the landers then entered the Martian atmosphere and soft-landed at the sites that had been chosen.
The military approach of the Nizari Ismaili state was largely a defensive one, with strategically chosen sites that appeared to avoid confrontation wherever possible without the loss of life.
# Input from key initial S / 360-67 sites, who had debated the alternatives during the initial system design period, and had recommended 31 bits ( instead of the 32-bit design that was ultimately chosen at the time ).
Nizhny Novgorod has also been chosen as one of four sites for building an IT-oriented technology park — a special zone that has an established infrastructure and enjoys a favorable tax and customs policy.
Excavations at nearby Traprain Law, Dunsapie Hill, Duddingston and Inveresk had revealed relatively large settlements and it was supposed that these sites had, for some reason, been chosen in preference to the Castle Rock.
In January 1956, a select committee was formed that examined more than 200 potential sites before Camp Cooke was chosen, essentially for the same characteristics the Army found desirable in 1941.
The site was chosen as part of a design-and-build competition against other sites at Haymarket and Marionville.
As of 1963, sites in the following cities had also been chosen for future temples:
Roost sites are usually chosen close to a dump site or other suitable foraging area.
The military approach of the Nizari Ismaili state was largely a defensive one, with strategically chosen sites that appeared to avoid confrontation wherever possible without the loss of life.
Nesting sites may be chosen near aggressive species such as drongos, shrikes or friarbirds, which confer a degree of protection.
In modern times these sites are sometimes chosen for the water amenity or view, but many such locations are prone to storm damage.
Since prehistory humans have chosen certain spit formations as sites for human habitation.
In some cases such as Chumash Native American prehistorical settlement, these sites have been chosen for proximity to marine resource exploitation ; for example, the Chumash settlement on the Morro Bay sandspit is one such location.
After evaluating possible sites, a location near Butter Point was chosen.
There are a few sites in the brain that can be targeted to achieve differing results, so each patient must be assessed individually, and a site will be chosen based on their needs.
The current site that was chosen for the Baltimore Civic Center was actually not one of the many sites proposed to the Greater Baltimore Committee in 1955.
The sites of Perth and Fremantle were chosen on his recommendation, and he was responsible for laying out the towns.
Others though have chosen to enclose their games in heavily policed copyright or Intellectual Property regimes ( IPR ) and close down sites that they see as infringing their ownership of a game.
Haywood was one of the sites considered in 1792 as a possible location for North Carolina's new capital, although Raleigh was ultimately chosen.
Thirty-three potential sites for the factory were examined, with Burton Latimer in Northamptonshire eventually being chosen, due in part to the offer of a disused flour mill by a Mr. George, who requested shares in the Company and who was subsequently offered a seat on the existing Board of Directors.
The site was chosen due to its remote location, and hence easy access to potential landfill sites which would be undisturbed by the majority of the public.

sites and were
Oracular sanctuaries to Apollo were established in other sites.
Many of the settings for Agatha Christie ’ s books were directly inspired by the many archaeological field seasons spent in the Middle East on the sites managed by her second husband Max Mallowan.
Archaeologist Timothy A. Kohler excavated large Pueblo I sites near Dolores, Colorado, and discovered that they were established during periods of above-average rainfall.
Of these three bodies it is the assembly and the courts that were the true sites of power — although courts, unlike the assembly, were never simply called the demos ( the People ) as they were manned by a subset of the citizen body, those over thirty.
There remained the possibility, because both the Apollo 14 and Apollo 15 landing sites were closely associated with the Imbrium basin, that different geologic processes were prevalent in areas of the lunar highlands far from Mare Imbrium.
The considerable distance between the Descartes site and previous Apollo landing sites would be beneficial for the network of geophysical instruments, portions of which were deployed on each Apollo expedition beginning with Apollo 12.
Two Aegean vases were found at Sidon in 1885, and many fragments of Aegean and especially Cypriot pottery have been found during recent excavations of sites in Philistia by the Palestine Fund.
The claims of Hawkins were largely dismissed, but this was not the case for Alexander Thom's work, whose survey results of megalithic sites hypothesized widespread practice of accurate astronomy in the British Isles.
It has been proposed that Maya civilization | Maya sites such as Uxmal were built in accordance with astronomical alignments. The approach in the New World, where anthropologists began to consider more fully the role of astronomy in Amerindian civilizations, was markedly different.
In the Old World, there is little data but the sites themselves ; in the New World, the sites were supplemented by ethnographic and historic data.
The basic methods were developed by Alexander Thom during his extensive surveys of British megalithic sites.
The sites were Moscow for the USSR and Grand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota, since its Safeguard facility was already under construction, for the US.
In mid-2009 there were more than 22, 300 Belarusian Web sites, of which roughly 13, 500 domain names were registered with the top-level domain name ‘‘. by ’’.
Two monosaccharides can be joined together using dehydration synthesis, in which a hydrogen atom is removed from the end of one molecule and a hydroxyl group (— OH ) is removed from the other ; the remaining residues are then attached at the sites from which the atoms were removed.
The late author Sheldon H. Harris in his book " Factories of Death: Japanese Biological Warfare, 1932-1945, and the American cover up " wrote that, The test program, could be part of Project AGILE or Project OCONUS which began in fall 1962 and which was funded at least through fiscal year 1963, was considered by the Chemical Corps to be “ an ambitious one .” The tests were designed to cover “ not only trials at sea, but Arctic and tropical environmental tests as well .” The tests, presumably, were conducted at what research officers designated, but did not name, “ satellite sites .” These sites were located both in the continental United States and in foreign countries.

sites and Sharp
: Many of the historic sites are homes and studios of artists, including the Mabel Dodge Luhan House, Eanger Irving Couse House and Studio — Joseph Henry Sharp Studios, the Nicolai Fechin House, the Leon Gaspard House, and the Ernest Martin Hennings House.
Juniperus oxycedrus ( Prickly Juniper, Prickly Cedar, Cade Juniper and Cade ( from the French genévrier cade ), Sharp Cedar ) is a species of juniper, native across the Mediterranean region from Morocco and Portugal, north to southern France, east to westernmost Iran, and south to Lebanon and Israel, growing on a variety of rocky sites from sea level up to 1600 m altitude.
There were four main railway manufacturing sites that located in Springburn ; the North British Railway's ( NBR ) Cowlairs Works in 1841, the Caledonian Railway's St. Rollox Works in 1856, Neilson and Company's Hyde Park Works in 1861 and Sharp Stewart and Company's Atlas Works in 1888.

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