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When and edition
When ITV did return, its first evening schedule included a special " catch-up " edition of Coronation Street, in which storylines which would have taken place during the strike were explained away in the form of a narrative chat between Len Fairclough and Bet Lynch.
When the Council of Trent listed the books included in the canon, it qualified the books as being " entire with all their parts, as they have been used to be read in the Catholic Church, and as they are contained in the old Latin vulgate edition ".
When Fat ' h Ali became the Shah of Persia in 1797, he was given a set of the Britannica's 3rd edition, which he read completely ; after this feat, he extended his royal title to include " Most Formidable Lord and Master of the Encyclopædia Britannica ".
When American physicist Harvey Einbinder detailed its failings in his 1964 book, The Myth of the Britannica, the encyclopaedia was provoked to produce the 15th edition, which required 10 years of work.
" When he first introduced this concept as a diagnostic entity in the fourth German edition of his Lehrbuch der Psychiatrie in 1893, it was placed among the degenerative disorders alongside, but separate from, catatonia and dementia paranoides.
When Walpole admitted to his authorship in the second edition, its originally favourable reception by literary reviewers changed into rejection.
When pages or volume numbers in the Zohar are referred to, they conventionally follow the pagination or the three-volume partitioning of the Mantua edition.
When Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 2nd edition was published, a decision was made not to include angelic or demonic creatures, and so the cosmology was largely ignored, being replaced ( to a certain degree ) by the Spelljammer setting.
When it finally appeared, in 1725, this edition silently " regularised " Shakespeare's metre and rewrote his verse in a number of places.
When the American Medical Association was founded they in 1947 produced a work called the first edition of the American Medical Association Code of Medical Ethics.
When the issues were released in a collected edition later that year, the story title for the first issue was applied to the series as a whole.
When this edition was re-issued in 1948, Rasmussen had added two Postscripts: " For English readers only ", and " For American readers only ".
When CBS was purchased by Viacom, which also owned Nickelodeon, Viacom simply repurposed much of the Nick Jr. lineup — in addition to adding a Saturday edition of the CBS morning-news program The Early Show.
When it was republished in the 1845 edition of The Gift, the editor called it " one of the aptest illustrations which could well be conceived of that curious play of two minds in one person.
When Linnaeus wrote the tenth edition of the Systema Naturae in 1758, there was already " a substantial body of published work on Lepidopteran natural history " ( Kristensen, 1999 ).
When completed in 1833, the first edition comprised 13 volumes.
When this EP was eventually released on CD several years later, a 5th track, titled " Prophecy ", was added to the tracklist ; this was a song performed live by the band circa 1983 ( and was included on the 1984 " Live in Tokyo " home video ), and in 2003 was included on the remastered edition of The Warning as a bonus track.
When it was finally printed, it was a simple edition and the first to omit a picture of the poet.
When Smith viewed the edition, she asked her mother, " If people are so afraid of him, why doesn't someone write a letter asking whether he wants to have a war or not ?".
When new evidence came to light, he included in a later edition an appendix describing a skeleton that he freely admitted was an " instance of a fossil human petrifaction ".
When Steinberg and Kincheloe wrote the first edition of Kinderculture: The Corporate Construction of Childhood in 1997 ( second edition, 2004 ) many people who made their living studying, teaching, or caring for children were not yet aware of the nature of the changes in childhood that they encountered daily.
When Malebranche revised his 1699 paper for inclusion as the Sixteenth Elucidation of the 1712 edition of The Search After Truth, he inserted a number of references to " Newton's excellent work ".
When the full unexpurgated edition was published by Penguin Books in Britain in 1960, the trial of Penguin under the Obscene Publications Act of 1959 was a major public event and a test of the new obscenity law.

When and acts
When Secretary Stanton did not join the President's opposition to the Reconstruction acts, Johnson decided to dismiss him together with his radical subordinates.
When awarded for acts of heroism, the medal is awarded with the " V " Device.
When this involves having sex with, or performing certain actual sexual acts for another person in exchange for money or something of value, it is called prostitution.
When acting as Lord of Mann, the Queen acts on the advice of the Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor of the United Kingdom having prime responsibility as Privy Counsellor for Manx affairs.
When it acts on a tensor product of two state vectors, it exchanges the values of the state vectors:
When a ferromagnet or ferrimagnet is sufficiently small, it acts like a single magnetic spin that is subject to Brownian motion.
When a prion enters a healthy organism, it induces existing, properly folded proteins to convert into the disease-associated, prion form ; the prion acts as a template to guide the misfolding of more proteins into prion form.
When dragged through the ground, it leaves a channel deep under the ground, and this acts as a drain.
When King Aistulf of the Lombards availed himself of the Italian dissent and invaded the Exarchate of Ravenna in 751, one of his first acts was to institute a crushing poll tax of one gold solidus per head on every Roman citizen.
When the Force is attached, either to the front or back, it acts as a weapons system and will fire in whatever direction it is facing.
When sailing close to the wind the force generated by the sail acts at 90 ° to the sail.
When one is performing acts that harm the land or other living things, prayers and rituals are performed to placate the Kami of the area.
When a cement kiln is fired by coal, the ash of the coal acts as a secondary raw material.
When is small compared with-, the device acts like a voltage controlled resistor.
When a plane wave of wavelength λ with normal incidence, ( perpendicular to the grating ) each slit in the grating acts as a quasi point-source from which light propagates in all directions ( although this is typically limited to a hemisphere ).
When a surface is illuminated by a light wave, according to diffraction theory, each point on an illuminated surface acts as a source of secondary spherical waves.
When a Roman commander is slaughtered, in most cases, it is taken as a sign that a state of war is in existence, and if we can associate the death of Heraclianus in 270, as well as an inscription from Bostra, recording the rebuilding of a temple destroyed by the Palmyrene army, then these violent acts could be interpreted the same way.
When light shines on a circular obstacle, Huygens ' principle says that every point in the plane of the obstacle acts as a new point source of light.
* When the subring is isomorphic to the dual number plane, then g acts as a shear mapping and preserves the dual angle.
* When the subring is isomorphic to the split-complex number plane, then g acts as a squeeze mapping and preserves the hyperbolic angle.
* When the subring is isomorphic to the ordinary complex number plane, then g acts as a rotation and preserves the Euclidean angle.
When two nanowires acting as photon waveguides cross each other the juncture acts as a quantum dot.
When chewed, coca acts as a mild stimulant and suppresses hunger, thirst, pain, and fatigue.
When Damala's mistress ( who injected him with heroin between acts of plays he was appearing in ) had an illegitimate daughter by him in 1889, she left the baby in a basket ( with a note ) on Sarah Bernhardt's doorstep.

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