[permalink] [id link]
Page "Peelite" ¶ 12
from Wikipedia
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

Some Related Sentences

split and had
A split second later, the distant crack of a rifle had sounded.
It was observed in the introductory chapter that metropolitan life had split into two trends -- expanding interdependence on an impersonal basis and growing exclusiveness in local communal groupings.
The Whigs had been irreparably split by the Kansas – Nebraska Act.
In his view, there were three possibilities: ( 1 ) Korean did not belong with the other three genealogically, but had been influenced by an Altaic substratum ; ( 2 ) Korean was related to the other three at the same level they were related to each other ; ( 3 ) Korean had split off from the other three before they underwent a series of characteristic changes.
Brearley retired from Test cricket in 1979 and was succeeded by Ian Botham, who started the 1981 series as England captain, by which time the WSC split had ended.
By 1907, a split between Steiner and the mainstream Theosophical Society had begun to become apparent.
It was billed as the first time the four had worked together since the group split ; however, Frida's appearance was filmed separately.
The split in the Tory / Conservative party over the repeal of the Corn Laws had profound implications for Disraeli's political career: almost every Conservative politician with official experience followed Peel, leaving the rump bereft of leadership.
The two had disagreed on the issue as early as March – May 1903, but it was not until the Congress that their differences became irreconcilable and split the party.
Historically, cryptography was split into a dichotomy of codes and ciphers ; and coding had its own terminology, analogous to that for ciphers: " encoding, codetext, decoding " and so on.
The very early universe, which is still poorly understood, was the split second in which the universe was so hot that particles had energies higher than those currently accessible in particle accelerators on Earth.
) At one time, Attlee had favoured Aneurin Bevan to succeed him as leader, but this became problematic after Bevan split the party.
In February 2006, the Independent Monitoring Commission claimed in a report on paramilitary activity that two groups, styling themselves as Saoirse na hÉireann and Óglaigh na hÉireann, had been formed after a split in the Continuity IRA.
By the time of the 28th Congress of the CPSU in July 1990, the party was largely regarded as being unable to lead the country and had, in fifteen republics, split into opposing factions favouring either independent republics or the continuation of the Soviet Union.
In the years following her artificial feeding conditions at Gombe, Jane Goodall described groups of male chimps patrolling the borders of their territory brutally attacking chimps which had split off from the Gombe group.
Long before, however, each conquistador had promised to equally split the benefits.
By 1534 the Spanish crown had determined to split the region in two parallel lines, forming the governorship of " Nueva Castilla " ( from the 1 ° to the 14 ° latitude, close to Pisco ), and that of " Nueva Toledo " ( from the 14 ° to the 25 ° latitude, in Taltal, Chile ), assigning the first to Francisco Pizarro and the second to Diego de Almagro.
In 1991 the DFLP split, with a minority faction led by Yasser Abd Rabbo ( who had become increasingly close to Yasser Arafat ) favouring the Madrid negotiations that led initially to limited Palestinian autonomy in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
The National Assembly had split between conservatives and radical Jacobins, both vying for political power.
Davros proved too effective a character to be kept dead and was resurrected four years later in 1979's Destiny of the Daleks ( played by David Gooderson using the mask Friedlander made for Wisher-the mask had to be split into sections and rejoined to get as good a fit as possible ).
Stone tools are first attested around 2. 6 Ma, when H. habilis in Eastern Africa used so-called pebble tools, choppers made out of round pebbles that had been split by simple strikes.
Although the pre-war establishment had been split by the Civil War, both of the opposing main factions regarded all radical groups as agitators for change, and they are described as such in the Historical Collections of John Rushworth that document events of the early period, and by the Journals of the House of Commons which cover the period of the Republic itself.
The Russian revolutions had split the Russian army officers politically and their attitude toward the Finnish civil war varied.
However, in August 2005 it was announced that Brooks had signed a deal with Wal-Mart, leasing them the rights to his back catalog following his split with Capitol.

split and been
Modern Algerian literature, split between Arabic, Kabyle and French, has been strongly influenced by the country's recent history.
" This " split pickup ", introduced in 1957, appears to have been two mandolin pickups ( Fender was marketing a four string solid body electric mandolin at the time ).
" When or where Teach collected the ten gun Briganteen is unknown, but by that time he may have been in command of at least 150 men split between three vessels.
The Conservative Party has for years been split on the issue of Europe, with some arguing for the full withdrawal subject to a referendum but many supporting the Union though powers should be sought back from Brussels and the Union should be less of a political and economic union.
More recently, five species have been split off from Phoca, forming three additional genera.
This was to split a scene that could have been played in room ( or other place ), into two or more sections that moved backwards and forwards between adjoining rooms or spaces.
There have been cases of sovereignty granted by deliberate act, even when accompanied by laws of succession ( as may be the case in a dynastic split ).
Alfred the Great's victory at Edington in 878 stemmed the Danish attack ; however, by then Northumbria had devolved into Bernicia and a Viking kingdom, Mercia had been split down the middle, and East Anglia ceased to exist as an Anglo-Saxon polity.
Human rights can be classified and organized in a number of different ways, at an international level the most common categorisation of human rights has been to split them into civil and political rights, and economic, social and cultural rights.
Administrative borders have been altered to allocate various towns ( e. g. Bray ) exclusively into one county having been originally split between two counties.
The collection has been split into two parts for public viewing.
A kipper is a whole herring, a small, oily fish, that has been split from tail to head, gutted, salted or pickled, and cold smoked.
Newton's first law of motion has here been split into two parts, the first two laws.
The strongest suedes are usually made from grain splits ( that have the grain completely removed ) or from the flesh split that has been shaved to the correct thickness.
The cut on the right of the neck may have been the result of the body becoming bloated, causing the skin to split ; however, the straight edges to the wound suggest it may have been caused by a sharp instrument such as a knife.
This proposal involved a similar split on the board, but its effect would have been even more radical.
The Romans included most of the Republic in their province of Macedonia, but the northernmost parts ( Dardania ) lay in Moesia ; by the time of Diocletian, they had been subdivided, and the Republic was split between Macedonia Salutaris and Moesia prima.
People who suffer severe disturbances of their self-identity, memory and general awareness of themselves and their surroundings may be classed as having a dissociative identity disorder, such as depersonalization disorder or Dissociative Identity Disorder itself ( which has also been called multiple personality disorder, or " split personality ").

0.104 seconds.