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Then, in 1915, a terrible accident during harvesttime seals Edith's fate: Her father's hands get entangled in a machine, and nine of his fingers are chopped off.
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Then followed Woolwich Common ( 1907 – 1908 ), Pound Park ( 1908 – 1913 ), and Angerstein Lane ( 1913 – 1915 ).
Then, in 1915, William Henry Bragg and William Lawrence Bragg, a British father-son pair, shared this Nobel Prize for their discoveries in the reverse problem-determining the structure of crystals using X-rays.
Then, on June 4, 1915, Massey married Alice Parkin, the daughter of Sir George Robert Parkin, who was a former principal of Upper Canada College ( UCC ) and secretary of the Rhodes Trust ; through the marriage, Massey later became the uncle of George Grant and the great-uncle to Michael Ignatieff.
Then on November 16, 1915 ( Oklahoma's 8th birthday ) the cornerstone was laid in Masonic fashion and construction began.
Then on 6 November 1915, he became commander of the 1st Division, and was promoted to major general.
His literary ambitions changed course in 1914 upon reading the journal of the Russian painter Marie Bashkirtseff, in whom he recognised a kindred spirit ( see the 14 October 1914 entry of his Journal ); in his 15 January 1915 entry he indicated that he intended to prepare his Journal for publication: " Then all in God ’ s good time I intend getting a volume ready for publication.
Then in May 1915 Peck joined as a Lieutenant Colonel in the 16th ( Canadian Scottish ) Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force.
Then in 1915, the school opened its first high school program, starting with first and second year classes, adding third and fourth year classes in 1920.
Then and terrible
Ungoliant had grown great, and less by the power that had gone out of him ; and she rose against him ... Then Morgoth sent forth a terrible cry, that echoed in the mountains.
Then I thought heaven and earth were at an end ; eight times did they draw me up and let me fall again, so that I suffered terrible agony ....
Then, in 1968, the White Sox got off to a terrible start and were 34-45 when Stanky was fired on July 11.
Then and accident
Then the Duke of Berry, second in line after his brother the late Dauphin, died in a 1714 hunting accident.
Then, the beautiful Florence La Badie, purported mistress to Woodrow Wilson and allegedly the mother of his child, who died in a car accident after her brakes had been tampered with.
Then, when Toby loses her pinky toe in an accident ( caused by Jerry ), an outpouring of office sympathy leads Toby to a major promotion instead of Elaine, who is more qualified.
Then, on 16 December 2009, Tatchell announced that he was withdrawing as the Green party candidate due to brain damage incurred on three occasions ( when assaulted while protesting in Brussels in 2001, when assaulted while protesting in Moscow in 2007, and in an accident on a bus in July 2009 ).
Then he won his first round match against Ali Carter 6 – 3 to progress to the quarter-finals of the event, despite being involved in a traffic accident the day before his match against Carter.
Then Spector, who claimed to have been in a car accident, took the sessions tapes and was unreachable.
Then on November 27, 1949, Thesz unified the National Wrestling Association and National Wrestling Alliance World Titles after Brown was injured in an auto accident prior to their scheduled match.
Then he lost his father to a car accident and started working as a part-time job at a gas station to make his living.
Then, while the household is being inventoried for the sale, Joseph is damaged in an accident which would have killed a normal human.
Then tragedy struck when Buzz died in a motorcycle accident, on June 16, 1983, at the age of 33, just north of Toronto.
Then and during
Then during washing, the greasy soil rolls back at the edges so that emulsified droplets can disengage themselves from the sorbed oil mass, with the aid of mechanical action, and enter the aqueous phase.
Then his son did something '' -- Rachel threw up her hands -- `` I don't know what, but something, to an official here -- it was during the Mandate -- and the son was imprisoned.
Then, a little later, Shilkret discovered there was no one to play the brief celesta solo during the slow section, so he hastily asked Gershwin if he might play the solo ; Gershwin said he could and so he briefly participated in the actual recording.
Then, about halfway through, or sometimes even during the final act, one of the suspects usually dies, often because they have inadvertently deduced the killer's identity and need silencing.
Then the reservists have to serve up to three weeks a year and can be called up to serve two weeks during a non-military crisis.
* 2002 – 2003 California recall: Then Governor of California Gray Davis announces that the state would face a record budget deficit of $ 35 billion, roughly double the figure reported during his reelection campaign one month earlier.
Then, in 2007, 12-year-old Badour Shaker died of an overdose of anaesthesia during or after an FGM procedure for which her mother had paid a physician in an illegal clinic the equivalent of $ 9. 00.
Then, by allying with the rulers of Austria and Prussia, she incorporated the territories of the Polish – Lithuanian Commonwealth, where after a century of Russian rule non-Catholic mainly Orthodox population prevailed during the Partitions of Poland, pushing the Russian frontier westward into Central Europe.
Then, during a later visit to Alberta, the Governor General was admitted to the Blackfoot tribe as Chief Eagle Head.
Then, during the marathon at Manhattan Casino, I got tired of the same old steps and cut loose with a breakaway ..." Fox Movietone News covered the marathon and took a close-up of Shorty's feet.
Then, during the third quarter of 2008 the national GDP contracted for the first time in 15 years and, in February 2009, it was confirmed that Spain, along other European economies, had officially entered recession.
Then he caught a 23-yard pass from halfback Steve Sewell, becoming the first quarterback ever to catch a pass in the Super Bowl ( Elway had scored a touchdown on that play during opening day the previous year against the Raiders ).
Then, during the height of the cold war, the Soviet Union and United States independently discovered rutherfordium and dubnium.
Then, during the 1930s he worked on a series of major translation projects, translating the works of Bahá ' u ' lláh into English.
Then during the regular-season finale on December 17, 1983, Moseley set an NFL scoring record with 161 points while Riggins ' total of 144 points was second.
Then the priest blesses kolyva ( boiled wheat with honey and raisins ) which is distributed to the faithful in commemoration of the following miracle worked by St. Theodore on the First Saturday of Great Lent: Fifty years after the death of St Theodore, the emperor Julian the Apostate ( 361-363 ), as a part of his general policy of persecution of Christians, commanded the governor of Constantinople during the first week of Great Lent to sprinkle all the food provisions in the marketplaces with the blood offered to pagan idols, knowing that the people would be hungry after the strict fasting of the first week.
Then, during the total solar eclipse of 29 July 1878, two experienced astronomers, Professor James Craig Watson, the director of the Ann Arbor Observatory in Michigan, and Lewis Swift, an amateur from Rochester, New York, both claimed to have seen a Vulcan-type planet close to the Sun.
Then it was revealed that Livingston — who had been publicly critical of President Bill Clinton's perjury during his sexual harassment-had engaged in an extramarital affair himself, and he opted to resign from the House despite being urged to stay on by House Democratic leader Gephardt.
Then, other areas were destroyed between March and August 1944 just before and during the Battle of Normandy, that ended on the left Seine bank of Rouen with the destruction of several regiments, belonging to the German 7th Army.
Then the local Hafsid dynasty ( 1227-1574 ) of Tunis followed, ruling for many centuries during times both prosperous and lean, contested and peaceful.
Then, without the indigenous grasses in place, during the drought, the high winds that commonly occur on the plains created the massive duststorms that marked the Dust Bowl period.
Then, during the reign of Edward VI in 1552, the Forty-Two Articles were written under the direction of Archbishop Thomas Cranmer.
Then, during the early to mid 1900s, the more distinct features of E. granulosus and E. multilocularis, their life cycles and how they cause disease were more fully described as more and more people began researching and performing experiments and studies.
Then in the war years Milestone made The North Star, The Purple Heart, and A Walk In The Sun, movies made during and set in World War II.