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These extrapolated fluxes are about an order of magnitude less than the values from the satellite data and the figures in Whipple's table.
These figures indicate that we are losing almost as many as we are receiving into membership.
These and other figures and comments have been reported in a special supplement of Sponsor magazine, a trade publication for radio and TV advertisers.
Galileo announced his discovery that Venus had phases like the Moon in the form " Haec immatura a me iam frustra leguntur-oy " ( Latin: These immature ones have already been read in vain by me-oy ), that is, when rearranged, " Cynthiae figuras aemulatur Mater Amorum " ( Latin: The Mother of Loves Venus imitates the figures of Cynthia the moon ).
These early humans equated this soul with figures which would appear in dreams and visions.
These include the appearance of a number of figures and images which have become important in Christian eschatology, such as the Whore of Babylon and the Beast, and culminate in the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
These fields have produced prominent figures within these two industries.
These figures include poet Samuel Loveman and bookman George Kirk.
These letters were intended to reach men and women of her circle, increasingly widening her audience to include figures in authority as she begged for peace between the republics and principalities of Italy and for the return of the Papacy from Avignon to Rome.
These figures indicate that, compared to the more recent figures above, there has been a deterioration this decade, rather than improvement.
These figures are " on average " since DARPA focuses on short-term ( two to four-year ) projects run by small, purpose-built teams.
These are both real and imagined letters, written by the protagonist Moses E. Herzog to family members, friends and famous figures.
These great lantern-structures are colorfully painted with mythical figures ; and teams of men carry them through the streets as crowds shout encouragement.
These talks led to the Paris Accords in November 1994, under which several opposition figures were included in a government of national unity, and constitutional reforms were approved in a referendum in 1995.
These talks led to the Paris Accords in November 1994 in which several opposition figures were included in a government of national unity.
These figures from the 2002 World Bank are converted to US dollars.
These figures are impressive yet reflect production losses suffered by banana producers and the withholding of coffee exports from the market in an effort to fight steep price declines.
These two figures represent only the primary agricultural production: along with related businesses, agriculture makes up about 13 % of the GDP.
These figures correspond to an average of more than 100 deaths and 200 casualties per week in a population of 2, 000, 000.
These figures, when added to 1 in the denominator, represent very small corrections in the value of R, and thus only small corrections to all energy levels in corresponding hydrogen isotopes.
These include such mythological figures as Amaterasu Omikami, the sun goddess of the Shinto pantheon.
These figures are slightly inflated due to the inclusion of areas within the Regional Districts which are not normally considered to be part of the Lower Mainland, notably the lower Fraser Canyon and the heads of Harrison and Pitt Lakes, which are within the FVRD, and Lions Bay and Bowen Island, which are within the GVRD
These included trips to Rome to meet with the pope and other important religious and political figures.

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These institutions which Mr. Lyford names `` agreeable autocracies '' -- where did they come from??
These are only halfway measures, and the answer will come when some way is found to allow the technical man in industry to progress without limit in salary and prestige ''.
These minimum costs may come to $1 per month, more or less, for residential and small commercial customers, although they are substantially higher for large industrial users, who require more costly connections and metering devices.
These were the years when people flocked to Manchester not only to play golf, which had come into vogue, but also to witness the Ekwanok Country Club tournaments.
These leagues did not consider themselves " minor " – a term that did not come into vogue until St. Louis Cardinals GM Branch Rickey pioneered the farm system in the 1930s.
These plant materials come from agricultural non food crops.
These traits come to the fore in Hi, Mom! s " Be Black, Baby " sequence.
These churches at first used and then revised the use of the Prayer Book, until they, like their parent, produced prayer books which took into account the developments in liturgical study and practice in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, which come under the general heading of the Liturgical Movement.
These threats only come from unclaimed land or sea, so that over time there are fewer and fewer places from which barbarians will emanate.
These codes come from similar cultures in a relatively small geographical area, and they have passages which resemble each other.
" These are likely the same Cathari mentioned in Canon 8 of the First Ecumenical Council of Nicaea in 325 AD, which states "... f those called Cathari come over the Catholic faith, let them first make profession that they are willing to communicate full communion with the twice-married, and grant pardon to those who have lapsed ..."
These doors have an operating range of slightly over 90 degrees, so their use is limited to where they come into contact with a side wall when fully open ( or where they can be prevented from opening too far by a doorstop ).
These come in a variety of weights, conventionally expressed as a number, and tip designs, expressed as a letter following the number, with the higher numbers indicating lighter sticks.
These names however remain unattested in sources, and come from the original Babylonian Empire from 2000 BCE, not the Chaldean Empire or Persian Empire of the Book of Esther.
These books come out of ignorant, inquiring humanity.
These should then die when they come in contact with the tumour's oxygenated sides, meaning they would be harmless to the rest of the body.
These types of tools can be used for business application development usually consisting in a package allowing for both business data manipulation and reporting, therefore they come with GUI screens and report editors.
These are a shadow of the things that were to come ; the reality, however, is found in Christ.
These upgrades have played a key role in supporting Greece's economy, which in the past decade has come to rely heavily on the construction industry.
These implementations originally come from NetBSD, and supports decompression of bzip2 and the Unix format.
: These are the things for which a person enjoys the dividends in this world while the principal remains for the person to enjoy in the world to come ; they are: honoring parents, loving deeds of kindness, and making peace between one person and another.
These books laid the foundation for Marx and Engels's most famous work, a political pamphlet that has since come to be commonly known as The Communist Manifesto.
These were three small creatures from outer space who slept on " Professor Bentine's " ceiling and who had come to Earth to learn the ways of Earthling children.
These ground stone axes are the earliest to come from a stratified context in the South Asia.

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