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When bearing off, a player may also move a lower die roll before the higher even if that means ' the full value of the higher die ' is not fully utilized.
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When his father was slain with the priests of Nob, he escaped, and bearing with him the ephod, he joined David, who was then in the cave of Adullam ( 1 Sam.
When removing checkers from the board (" bearing off "), the exact roll must be used unless a die is greater than any checker can use to bear off ; in that case the die is played by taking a checker from the highest-numbered point off the board.
When all of a player's checkers are in that player's home board, that player may start removing them ; this is called bearing off.
When Arsinoe IV, Egypt's former queen, was paraded in chains, the spectators admired her dignified bearing and were moved to pity.
When rotated clockwise the wheel pushes a collar against a series of friction washers bearing on the main driving gear.
When Rosenberg laid a wreath bearing a swastika at the tomb of the unknown soldier, a British war veteran promptly threw it in the Thames.
When a building has substantial weight bearing down on lower levels, columns can easily support the weight when it is distributed through an arch, reducing the stress significantly.
When Melkor returned to Middle-earth from Valinor, now bearing the epithet Morgoth, he was attacked by Ungoliant, a spider-like creature ; and his piercing scream drew the Balrogs out of hiding to his rescue.
When Achelous on one occasion had lost his daughters, the Sirens, and in his grief invoked his mother Gaea, she received him to her bosom, and on the spot where she received him, she caused the river bearing his name to gush forth.
When Lynyrd Skynyrd recorded at Muscle Shoals Sound Studios once early in their career, they saw the various gold and platinum records on the walls bearing the words " To The Swampers ", and later included it in the song as a tribute.
When a post office was requested, postal authorities notified the applicant that there was a post office bearing that name already in operation.
When Bacon had his men take aim at Berkeley, he responded by " bearing his breast " to Bacon and told Bacon to shoot him himself.
When fully assembled and closed, they resemble full face helmets by bearing a chin bar for absorbing face impacts.
" When his men came to see Kibalchich as his appointed counsel for the defense ," said V. N Gerard in his statement to the special committee of the senate, " I was surprised above all by the fact that his mind was occupied with completely different things with no bearing on the present trial.
When the bearing is in operation, the rotating part of the bearing carries fresh oil in to the pad area through viscous drag.
When Geronimo surrendered he had in his possession a Winchester Model 1876 lever-action rifle with a silver-washed barrel and receiver, bearing Serial Number 109450.
When used in these situations the value used for the Earth could vary markedly, and have little bearing on real currency.
When this happens, the synovium can become a danger to the bearing surface structure in a variety of ways.
When the needle reaches an RBI reading corresponding to the required bearing then the aircraft is at the position.
When defeat at the hands of a more powerful enemy was imminent, the women, dressed in wedding finery, immolated themselves, then the men, bearing Kesariya Bana ( saffron coloured dress ), attacked the enemy.
When the Keene Act was passed in 1977 to outlaw vigilantes, Kovacs responded by killing a wanted multiple rapist and leaving his body outside a police station with a note bearing one word: " neveR!
He fell in love with the countess Lichtenau, mistress of Frederick William II of Prussia and by his bearing and often unusual and ostentatious style of dress he gave fresh point to the saying that " When God created the human race, he made men, women and Herveys.
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When Fred Powell's brother-in-law, Charlie Keane, moved into the dead man's home, the anonymous letter writer took no chances on Charlie taking up where Fred had left off and wasted no time on a first notice:
When Marsh called to his aide and the pair rode off down the River Road where the gentians burned blue, Juanita was shaken and trying not to cry.
When his arm came up I ducked away but it caught me on the side of the neck, watering my eyes, and I backed off to cough.
When the snobbery that alienates Pip from Joe finally gives way before the deeper and stronger force of love, the reunion is marked by an embarrassed handshake at which Pip exclaims: `` No, don't wipe it off -- for God's sake, give me your blackened hand ''!!
When you see a needle in my hands you will know the family buttons have fallen off and I have to sew them back on, or get out the safety pins.
When authorities convicted him of practicing medicine without a license ( he got off with a suspended sentence of three years because of his advanced age of 77 ), one of his victims was not around to testify: He was dead of cancer.
When Continental Airlines night-coach Flight 54 took off at 11:30 one night last week, there was no reason to think it would take any longer.
When the ballplayers started to carry the catcher off the field he said: `` That ought to teach the sonofabitch ''.
When they were forced to, Central Worlds shrugged its shoulders, arranged a tour of the Laboratory Schools and set the tour off to a big start by showing the members case histories, complete with photographs.
When the eggs hatch, he transports the tadpoles on his back, stuck there by a mucous secretion, to a temporary pool where he dips himself into the water and the tadpoles drop off.
When scratched with a sharp implement, an exothermic reaction occurs and white fumes are given off as metallic antimony is formed ; when rubbed with a pestle in a mortar, a strong detonation occurs.
When the audience applauded — testimonies differ over whether at the end of the scherzo or the whole symphony — Beethoven was several measures off and still conducting.
When an English soldier tries to rape Murron, Wallace fights off several soldiers and the two attempt to flee.
When Nelson's fleet arrived off Egypt on 1 August and discovered Brueys's dispositions, he ordered an immediate attack, and his ships advanced on the French line.
" When Congress, in the summer of 1973, legislated an end to U. S. military action in, over, or off the shores of Indochina, the only U. S. military activity then going on was air support of a friendly Cambodian government and army desperately defending their country against a North Vietnamese and Khmer Rouge onslaught ... What destabilized Cambodia was North Vietnam's occupation of chunks of Cambodian territory from 1965 onwards for use as military bases from which to launch attacks on U. S. and South Vietnamese forces in South Vietnam.
When a section of the canal needs to be sealed off so it can be drained for maintenance stop planks are frequently used.
When the character was spun off into Frasier, his father became a central character with, in a case of retroactive continuity, the explanation that Frasier was embarrassed about his father's lowbrow attitudes and thus claimed his death.
When a machine starts sending out too many scans, it is a sign that it has been infected, allowing administrators to take it off line and check it for malware.