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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.
When the telephone rang on the day after Hino went down to the village, Rector had a hunch it would be Hino with some morsel of information too important to wait until his return, for there were few telephones in the village and the phone in Rector's office rarely rang unless it was important.
When they first married he had been working in the fields all day, and she would get in the car and drive to wherever he was working, to take him a fresh hot meal.
When the chance came, they first eliminated cold cereal once a week, then gradually converted to hot fresh-ground cereal every day.
When the Korean war began, on June 25, 1950, the anniversary of the day Custer had gone down fighting at the Little Big Horn and the day the regiment had assaulted the beachhead of Leyte during World War 2,, the 7th Cavalry was not in the best fighting condition.
`` When I was a kid '', Maris told a sportswriter last week, `` I used to follow Williams every day in the box score, just to see whether he got a hit or not ''.
`` When Mickey went to the Yankees '', says Mark Freeman, an ex-Yankee pitcher who sells mutual funds in Denver, `` DiMaggio still was playing and every day Mickey would go by his locker, just aching for some word of encouragement from this great man, this hero of his.
When on land, they mostly spend the day hidden under stones or logs or in dense vegetation, emerging in the evening and night to forage for worms, insects and other invertebrates.
When the wake-up call was issued to the Apollo 16 crew for their final day in space by capsule communicator Tony England, the spacecraft was about out from Earth, traveling just over.
When Sultan Murad V began to show signs of paranoia, madness and continuous fainting and vomiting even on the day of his coronation and threw himself into a pool yelling at his guards to protect his life, they were afraid the public would become outraged and revolt to bring the former Sultan back.
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 the day for the assembly which was held in the town of Birka drew near, in accordance with their national custom the king caused a proclamation to be made to the people by the voice of a herald, in order that they might be informed concerning the object of their mission.
When the Greek army entered Thessaloniki in the First Balkan War ahead of the Bulgarian 7th division by only a day, they were asked to allow a Bulgarian battalion to enter the city.
When working with weeks rather than months, a continuous format is sometimes more convenient, where no blank cells are inserted to ensure that the first day of a new month begins on a fresh row.
When Jesus told Lazarus ’ sister, Martha, that Lazarus would rise again, she replied, " I know that he will rise again in the resurrection at the last day ". 11: 24 Also, one of the two main branches of the Jewish religious establishment, the Pharisees, believed in and taught the future resurrection of the body. Acts 23: 1-8
When elevated to cardinal priests, they take their precedence according to the day they were first made cardinal deacons ( thus ranking above cardinal priests who were elevated to the college after them, regardless of order ).
When announcing Vatican II, Pope John XXIII stated that the precepts of the Council of Trent continue to the modern day, a position that was reaffirmed by Pope Paul VI.
When numbers are used to represent months, a significant amount of confusion can arise from the ambiguity of a date order ; especially when the numbers representing the day, month or year are low, it can be impossible to tell which order is being used.
When it was added in 1597, it was put on the day of her death, April 29, as now, but because of a conflict with the feast of Saint Peter of Verona, which was also on April 29, it was moved in 1628 to the new date of April 30.
When they were together one day on the Acropolis of Athens, Perdix was asking Daedalus about his son who had died, Icarus.
When it opened on December 17, 1900, officials estimated 5, 000 immigrants per day would be processed.
When Walter Winchell, one of the original gossip columnists and the most powerful entertainment reporter of his day, left the newspaper for the Hearst syndicate, Sullivan took over as theatre columnist.
He said: " When I take a look at the intellectual classes we have – unfortunately, I suppose, they are necessary ; otherwise one could one day, I don't know, exterminate them or something – but unfortunately they're necessary.

When and drew
When the station wagon drew abreast of the dusty dirt road that led up to the porch of the Culver house, Pamela turned the wheel, guiding the car to its familiar parking spot close to the house, and stopped.
When Jones too drew away, she returned to a thorn bush in the neck of land running into the gully, crouched low and waited as before.
When it was full, men drew it ashore and sat down and sorted the good into vessels but threw away the bad.
When the censors entered upon their office, they drew lots to see which of them should perform this purification ; but both censors were of course obliged to be present at the ceremony.
When bibliographer Michael Barrier asked Barks about why he drew it, Barks ' vague recollection was no one was available and he was asked to do it as a favor by editor Chase Craig.
When Orpheus heard their voices, he drew his lyre and played music that was more beautiful and louder, drowning out the Sirens ' bewitching songs.
When Maroger's book became available, Reginald Marsh drew on Maroger's book-jacket an airplane dropping an atomic bomb on the Maryland Art Institute, a reference to the controversy Maroger was causing in the local press over the abstract art versus realism debate.
When led out to die she was tied to a stake, but the bundle of wood would not burn, or the flames parted away from her, whereupon the officer in charge of the troops drew his sword and beheaded her, or, in some other texts, stabbed her in the throat.
When the king said that he would call his friends into council and consider what he ought to do, Popilius drew a circle in the sand around the king's feet with the stick he was carrying and said, " Before you step out of that circle give me a reply to lay before the senate.
When he made a request for her to draw a weeping boy, Anguissola drew Boy Bitten by a Crayfish and sent it back to Michelangelo, who immediately recognized her talent.
When Thompson climbed back on board, Johnson drew a knife and threatened Thompson's girlfriend, who was also on board.
When he was reminded how much power and strength Luther drew from his trust in God, he answered, " If I myself do not do my part, I can not expect anything from God in prayer.
When Orpheus heard their voices, he drew out his lyre and played his music more beautifully than they, drowning out their voices.
When Gustave Courbet drew a crayon illustration for The Black Arm ( 1856 ), a pantomime by Fernand Desnoyers written for another mime, Paul Legrand ( see next section ), the Pierrot who quakes with fear as a black arm snakes up from the ground before him is clearly a child of the Pierrot in The Ol ’ Clo's Man.
When the Holy Office drew the Réflexions morales to the attention of Clement XI, he issued the papal brief Universi dominici ( 1708 ), proscribing the book for " savouring of the Jansenist heresy.
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.
Blake's 7 also drew inspiration from the classic British dystopian novels Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell, Brave New World by Aldous Huxley and When the Sleeper Wakes by H. G. Wells.
" When Patchen recorded his jazz-poetry readings, one of the resulting albums drew praise from the poet John Ciardi who wrote that " Patchen's poetry is in many ways a natural for jazz accompaniment.
" Thrasher also stated that " When I drew up the cartoon, I wasn't thinking about Marc Lepine the École Polytechnique massacre | Montreal massacre < nowiki ></ nowiki > which was a crime against humanity, I think, more than a crime against women.
In 2011 he drew his third album cover for Eden and John's East River String Band " Be Kind To A Man When He's Down ", on which he also plays mandolin.
When Cyrus learned that his elder brother, the Great King, was approaching with his army, he drew up his army in battle array.
When Berkhamsted joined Hemel Hempstead and Tring in Dacorum the new Borough Council in Hemel Hempstead drew plans to demolish the site.
When the legality of the Catholic Convention in 1792 was questioned by the government, Tone drew up for the committee a statement of the case on which a favourable opinion of counsel was obtained ; and a sum of £ 1500 with a gold medal was voted to Tone by the Convention when it dissolved itself in April 1793.

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