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When he felt the side of his head, his fingers came away covered with blood.
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When and felt
When her hand touched his, fire went through Jack and he felt weak, but he managed somehow to get her on her feet.
When Thompson and her daughter began a correspondence which included fervent verses from Pantasaph, Mrs. King felt a proper Victorian alarm.
When the end did come, and the schools were disbanded and abandoned, we felt and hoped that the machinery of psychological warfare would not be allowed to rust.
When she returned to life in the big house she felt shriveled of all emotion save dedication to duty.
When B'dikkat cut the head from Mercer's thigh, he felt the knife grinding against the cartilage which held the head to his own body.
When Salieri retired from the stage, he recognized that artistic styles had changed and he felt that he no longer had the creative capacity to adapt or the emotional desire to continue.
When the CCITT ( now ITU-T ) was standardizing ATM, parties from the United States wanted a 64-byte payload because this was felt to be a good compromise in larger payloads optimized for data transmission and shorter payloads optimized for real-time applications like voice ; parties from Europe wanted 32-byte payloads because the small size ( and therefore short transmission times ) simplify voice applications with respect to echo cancellation.
When Saint Anthony felt that the day of his departure had approached, he commanded his disciples to give his staff to Saint Macarius, and to give one sheepskin cloak to Saint Athanasius and the other sheepskin cloak to Saint Serapion, his disciple.
When his father died in 1272, Edward felt in a safe enough position to wait until 1274 before returning home to claim the throne.
When the Nazis came to power, Hausdorff, who was Jewish, felt that as a respected university professor he would be spared from persecution.
For instance, in two studies by the American Mosaic Project, racial inequality in the United States was framed as either “ Black Disadvantage ” or “ White Privilege .” When the term “ black disadvantage ” was used to describe racial inequality, white participants felt less collectively responsible for the harm done to the out-group, which lessened collective guilt.
When Peripatetic philosopher Eudemus became ill with Quartan fever, Galen felt obliged to treat him " since he was my teacher and I happened to live nearby.
* When the jack arrives in fully lowered position, the felt damper touches the string, causing the note to cease.
When the two crowns of the Iberian peninsula were joined in 1581, the Dutch felt free to attack Portuguese territories in Asia.
There he repeated in a different form all that he had already said, for all the world as if he had a gramophone fixed in his brain ... When I took leave, he subjected me to an interminable handshake, meanwhile fixing his cold blue eyes on mine, and repeating almost word for word what he said to me on arrival ... I felt I should never be able to establish any human contact with this man " In early June 1940, when Mussolini informed Hitler that he at long last would enter the war on 10 June 1940, Hitler was most dismissive, in private calling Mussolini a cowardly opportunist who broke the terms of the Pact of Steel in September 1939 when the going looked rough, and was only entering the war in June 1940 after it was clear that France was beaten and it appeared that Britain would soon make peace.
When discussed in the abstract, love usually refers to interpersonal love, an experience felt by a person for another person.
When PNG development started in early 1995, developers decided not to incorporate support for animation, because the majority of the PNG developers felt that overloading a single file type with both still and animation features is a bad design, both for users ( who have no simple way of determining to which class a given image file belongs ) and for web servers ( which should use the image / foo MIME type for stills and video / foo for animations -- GIF notwithstanding ).
When Margaret Thatcher felt compelled to resign some people had memories of chanting it for thirteen years.
When asked in an interview why Smith was chosen, Dick replied, " his complicity with the network's homophobic agenda rises to a level of hypocrisy that I felt was worthy of reporting.
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When and side
When he rolled on the left side, propping on his left elbow, Matsuo seized his hair and pulled him back over.
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 changing from one color to another, whether working on right or wrong side, pick up the new strand from underneath dropped strand.
When a hole is to be bored to a predetermined depth, mark the depth on the side of the stock, then run the bit down so that it is even with the mark.
When stacking wine on its side in a bin, care should always be taken to be sure there is no air bubble left next to the cork.
When Mercer looked on helplessly, the half-man twisted over on his side, his pink dusty back turned to Mercer, and wept hoarsely and quietly to himself.
However, years of activism, and fighting for the Republican side of the Spanish Civil War have left him disillusioned .</ br > When the plague epidemic is virtually over, Tarrou becomes one of its last victims, but puts up a heroic struggle before dying.
When Ted Peate, England's last batsman, came to the crease, his side needed just ten runs to win, but Peate managed only two before he was bowled by Harry Boyle.
When a tyrannosaur would have pulled back on a piece of meat, the force would tend to push the tip of tooth toward the front of the mouth and the anchored root would experience tension on the posterior side and compression from the front.
When Joshua read the Law to the people between Mount Gerizim and Mount Ebal, they stood on each side of the Ark.
When this heresy-decree, to be made effective, was forwarded to other congregations for approval, the friends of liberal thought, under the leadership of the Tibbonites, issued a counter-ban, and the conflict threatened to assume a serious character, as blind party zeal ( this time on the liberal side ) did not shrink from asking the civil powers to intervene.
When tested in patients, the research substance LY2140023 yielded promising results and had few side effects.
When photographed, Capone hid the scarred left side of his face saying the injuries were war wounds.
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When two places trade with one another, this doctrine supposes that, if the balance be even, neither of them either loses or gains ; but if it leans in any degree to one side, that one of them loses and the other gains in proportion to its declension from the exact equilibrium.
When instead we discuss human purpose and the meaning of life, Adam Smith and John Maynard Keynes are on the same side.
When the road reached Columbus, Tipton constructed the first bypass road ever built ; it detoured south around the west side of Columbus enroute to Seymour.
When P and N-doped layers are placed in contact, diffusion ensures that electrons flow from high to low density areas: That is, from the N to the P side.
When disaggregated, a civil war with intervention on only one side is 156 % longer, while intervention on both sides lengthens the average civil war by an addition 92 %.
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When placed in an electric or magnetic field, equal but opposite forces arise on each side of the dipole creating a torque τ:
When one arm is moved up and the other is moved down ( like turning a big steering wheel ), the body reacts by tilting to the side, which then begins the twisting rotation.
When both the fronts and sides of a building are drawn, then the parallel lines forming a side converge at a second point along the horizon ( which may be off the drawing paper.
When framed in wood for snug fitting of a door, the doorway consists of two vertical jambs on either side, a lintel or head jamb at the top, and perhaps a threshold at the bottom.