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When, in late afternoon on the last day in June, he saw two people top the ridge to the south and walk toward the house, he quit work immediately and strode to his rifle.
from Brown Corpus
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When this second dilemma first became obvious -- during the mid to late '50's -- the United States appeared to have three choices.
When late in the summer the full extent of the damage was assessed, all but fifty of the Scots, Swiss and metis moved up the Red to the mouth of the Pembina river.
When the great reform of the 11th century had put an end to the direct jurisdiction of the lay abbots, the honorary title of abbot continued to be held by certain of the great feudal families, as late as the 13th century and later, the actual head of the community retaining that of dean.
When the populace rebelled in late January 1204, the emperors barricaded themselves in the palace and entrusted Alexios Doukas with a mission to seek help from the crusaders.
When this discovery was followed up in 1870, on the neighbouring Santorin ( Thera ), by representatives of the French School at Athens, much pottery of a class now known immediately to precede the typical late Aegean ware, and many stone and metal objects, were found.
When emulators of 1980s video game consoles began to appear on home computers in the late 1990s, the Atari 7800 was one of the last to be emulated.
When Gianfranco Fini visited Israel in late November 2003 in the function of Italian Deputy Prime Minister, he labeled the racial laws issued by the fascist regime in 1938 as " infamous ", as also Giorgio Almirante, historic leader of MSI, had done before.
When the first meeting of the Fourth Duma was convened in late 1912, only one out of six Bolshevik deputies, Matvei Muranov, ( another one, Roman Malinovsky, was later exposed as an Okhrana secret police agent ) voted to break away from the Menshevik faction within the Duma on 15 December 1912.
When Riviera left Stiff in late 1977 Bubbles joined him at his new label Radar Records and later at Riviera's F-Beat Records.
When the Soviet Union broke up in late 1991, a major boost to Cuba's economy was lost, leaving it essentially paralyzed because of the economy's narrow basis, focused on just a few products with just a few buyers.
For example, series of humorous tips in MikroBitti 5 / 1989 said " When programming late, coffee and kebab keep nicely warm on top of the 1541.
When the comet passed Jupiter in the late 1960s or early 1970s, it happened to be near its aphelion, and found itself slightly within Jupiter's Hill sphere.
When the game design phase began in late 1992, the main thematic influences were the science fiction action film Aliens and the horror film Evil Dead II.
When the popularity of superheroes faded in the late 1940s, the company focused on such genres as science fiction, Westerns, humor, and romance.
When Jenette Kahn became DC's publisher in late 1976, she commissioned graphic designer Milton Glaser to design a new logo.
When the term first surfaced circa the late 1980s / early 1990s, it was used for adult sports such as skydiving, scuba diving, surfing, rock climbing, snow skiing, water skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, mountaineering, storm chasing, hang gliding, and bungee jumping, many of which were then growing in popularity.
In 1985 the emergent When Saturday Comes ( a fanzine without a specific club focus that was subsequently launched as a mainstream magazine ) promoted a ' fanzine movement ' that gave birth to many more club titles during the late 80's which was something of a glory period for fanzines.
When England switched to the shorter foot in the late 13th century, rods and furlongs remained unchanged, since property boundaries were already defined in rods and furlongs.
When fur seals were hunted in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, they hauled out on remote islands where there were no predators.
When sharing a flat with Orwell, Heppenstall came home late one night in an advanced stage of loud inebriation.
When the railroads through Sweden were built late in that century, Hultsfred received a population boost.
When asked by columnist Earl Wilson what the purpose of the group was, Bacall responded " to drink a lot of bourbon and stay up late.
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When he came home from his office at the end of the afternoon, Breasted never knew what gathering he should expect to find, but there almost always was one.
When James told Mary that she was to marry her cousin, " she wept all that afternoon and all the following day.
When his death was announced on the afternoon of September 9, in a press release entitled “ A Notice from the Central Committee, the NPC, State Council, and the CMC to the whole Party, the whole Army and to the people of all nationalities throughout the country ”, the nation descended into grief and mourning, with people weeping in the streets and public institutions closing for over a week.
When the wet season occurs during the warm season, or summer, precipitation falls mainly during the late afternoon and early evening hours.
When the winter sun is low on the horizon, most solar radiation reflects off of roof angled glass ( the angle of incidence is nearly parallel to roof-angled glass morning and afternoon ).
When he began his afternoon program in September, management closely monitored Stern, telling him to avoid talk of a sexual and religious nature.
When the late afternoon series began, it was heard at 5: 15pm, three times a week, sponsored by Dari-Rich, airing on NBC's Red network from November 1, 1937 to June 1, 1938.
When the restrictions on daytime broadcasting were relaxed in 1972 it launched an afternoon drama called Emmerdale Farm, which is still being broadcast as Emmerdale.
When alone with Henry after lighting farts with him and his gang one July afternoon in 1958, Patrick gives Henry a handjob and offers to give him oral sex, which snaps Henry out of his daze and prompts him to punch Patrick in the mouth.
For example, " When the evening is spread out against the sky / Like a patient etherized upon a table " ( lines 2-3 ), the " sawdust restaurants " and " cheap hotels ," the yellow fog, and the afternoon " Asleep ... tired ... or it malingers " ( line 77 ), are reminiscent of languor and decay, while Prufrock's various concerns about his hair and teeth, as well as the mermaids " Combing the white hair of the waves blown back / When the wind blows the water white and black ," show his concern over aging.
When Nick arrived that afternoon the intro was carved into a song that we played to Simon that night.
When I showed up on the balcony on that December 2, 1942 afternoon, I was ushered to the balcony rail, handed a well sharpened fireman's ax and told, " if the safety rods fail to operate, cut that manila rope.
When it did arrive at about 3 in the afternoon, it was sent to the southern side of town where the fire was still burning.
When the cars returned from Lincoln the next day, they were placed back in the westbound California Zephyr's consist for the next train out of Chicago that afternoon.
) When WEEI ( then at 590 AM, now occupied by WEZE ; now at 850 AM ) dropped its all-news format for all-sports programming in September 1991, WBZ began a marketing campaign to convince former WEEI listeners to switch to WBZ ; this was followed on January 13, 1992 with a shift to all-news programming during drive time ( 5 to 10 a. m. in the morning and 3 to 7 p. m. in the afternoon ).
When ACA moved to WHDH in the fall of 1993, WBZ switched their late afternoon newscast to 5: 30, and began airing the freshman syndicated series American Journal ( with WBZ alumnus Nancy Glass as anchor ) at its 5 p. m. lead-in.
" When paired with Larry Osterman on Tigers telecasts in the late 1960s and early ' 70s, the opening was often " Thank you, Larry, and good afternoon.
When Karl Pearson took the examination in 1879, the examiners were Stokes, Maxwell, Cayley, and Todhunter and the examinees went on each occasion to the examiner's house, did a morning paper, had lunch there, and continued their work on the paper in the afternoon.