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When the ballplayers started to carry the catcher off the field he said: `` That ought to teach the sonofabitch ''.
from Brown Corpus
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When and started
When he started school at the age of five-and-a-half, he could not understand why the alphabet begins with the letter A, instead of C, as in the scale.
When Napoleon's ship had borne him to Elba, French wines had started to cross the Channel, the first shipments in a dozen war-ridden years, but the supplies had not yet reached rural hostelries where the sweet wines of the Spanish peninsula still ruled.
When the two cars were equidistant from him, the station wagon started up again and the Ford gathered speed.
When his brother and his infant son died, Andrew ascended the throne and started to grant royal domains to his partisans.
When people started to study scientifically how to fly, people began to understand the basics of air and aerodynamics.
When the Falcons started playing in a dome, the team switched to their dark uniforms for home games but have worn their white uniforms at home a few times since switching to the dome.
When a service started up on a machine, it registered a name for itself as chosen by a human administrator.
When the Mexican-American War started, Pike joined the cavalry and was commissioned as a troop commander, serving in the Battle of Buena Vista.
Beethoven's friend Anton Schindler, later said: " When he started working on the fourth movement the struggle began as never before.
When she started to illustrate, she chose first the traditional rhymes and stories, " Cinderella ", " Sleeping Beauty ", " Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves ", " Puss-in-boots ", and " Red Riding Hood ".
When it started in 1970, the Universal Press Syndicate gave cartoonists a 50-percent share on the ownership of their works, while the Creators Syndicate ( founded in 1987 ) granted artists full rights to the strips, something that Universal Press did in 1990. followed by King Features in 1995, while before 1999 both the Tribune and United Feature services began granting rights to creators over their works ; however the latter three syndicates only applied this to new strips, or to ones popular enough.
When the Polish words and melodies started to become popular, including many new secular pastorals ( pastoralka, or shepherd's songs ), they were not written down originally, but rather taught among people by heart.
When the infant BBC Television service was started in 1936, Rediffusion, which had supplied cable radio services since 1928, started providing " Pipe TV " to its customers who had difficulties tuning into the weak TV broadcast signal.
When hammerless designs started to become common, the O / U design was introduced, and most modern sporting doubles are O / U designs.
When the Israeli nuclear program started later that decade, a location not far from the city was chosen for the Negev Nuclear Research Center due to its relative isolation in the desert and availability of housing.
When the United States resumed EVAs on April 7, 1983, astronauts started using an Extravehicular Mobility Unit ( EMU ) for self-contained life support independent of the spacecraft.
When the power supply to the amplifier is first switched on, electronic noise in the circuit provides a signal to get oscillations started.
When the worldwide film boom started, he, and the few other people in the German film business, continued to sell prints of their own films outright, which put them at a disadvantage.
When Douglass was about twelve years old, Hugh Auld's wife Sophia started teaching him the alphabet despite the fact that it was against the law to teach slaves to read.
When the injunction came into force versions later than 5. 5. 10 left the network or were disabled as users started them.
When Bosman was sixteen, he started writing short stories for the national Sunday newspaper ( the Sunday Times ).
When the " Salvador Ibáñez " workshop was destroyed during the Spanish Civil War, the " Ibanez Salvador " guitars were no longer available, so Hoshino Gakki bought the " Ibanez Salvador " brand name rights and started making Spanish acoustic guitars in 1935, at first using the " Ibanez Salvador " brand name, and then later using the " Ibanez " brand name.
When and carry
When the Flip Chip packaging allowed the PDP-6 to be re-implemented at a much lower cost, DEC took the opportunity to carry out a similar evolution of their 36-bit design and introduced the PDP-10 in 1968.
When receiving diplomats — who formally represent the sovereign — the receiving head of state grants certain privileges and immunities to ensure they may effectively carry out their duties, on the understanding that these are provided on a reciprocal basis.
When released on May 1, 1941, Citizen Kane — based in part on the life of William Randolph Hearst — did not do much business at theaters ; Hearst owned numerous major newspapers, and forbade them to carry advertisements for the film.
When the thirty-first day arrives, take out the root in the middle of the night and dry it in an oven heated with branches of verbena ; then wrap it up in a piece of a dead man's winding-sheet and carry it with you everywhere.
When, in the wake of Savonarola's morality campaign, Baccio joined the Dominican order as Fra Bartolomeo in 1500 and gave up painting, Albertinelli, beside himself with the loss, would have joined him ; but, spurred by his success in completing an unfinished Last Judgment of Bartolomeo's, he resolved to carry on alone.
When he became a grand minister in 1586, he created a law that the samurai caste became codified as permanent and heritable, and that non-samurai were forbidden to carry weapons, thereby ending the social mobility of Japan from which he himself had benefited.
When George Westinghouse suggested using high-voltage AC instead, as it could carry electricity hundreds of miles with marginal loss of power, Edison waged a " War of Currents " to prevent AC from being adopted.
When the river is in flood stage, its silted delta outlets are unable to carry off the high volume of water.
When a prospective new alliance with Lotus did not materialize, XyQuest had no alternative but to resticker the ready-to-ship Signature packages as XyWrite 4. 0 and attempt to carry on.
When a CPU is executing a program that calls for a floating-point operation, there are three ways to carry it out:
When a network has no requirement for the secondary ring to do backup, it can also carry data, extending capacity to 200 Mbit / s.
When the general in command of the Verdun sector showed up to inspect Fort Douaumont in January 1916, he was refused entry because he did not carry the necessary authorizations emanating from Paris.
When the Germans arrive, Liz and Simon are initially captured, but then escape and succeed in helping young Frank Skinner carry out Traynor's orders to destroy the secret apparatus – a prototype laser weapon – before the Germans can seize it.
When they moved camp, the Evenks would leave the dwelling ’ s framework and carry only the more portable coverings.
When swimming, Black Swans hold their necks arched or erect, and often carry their feathers or wings raised in an aggressive display.
When the Aqua-Lung started commercialization, divers around the world found a scuba device smaller and easier to carry than its precursor, which in fact was almost completely unknown outside of France.
When the enemy was finally cleared out the panels had holes in them and would not carry the weight of a tank.
When the signaling is performed on the same circuit that will ultimately carry the conversation of the call, it is termed channel associated signaling ( CAS ).