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With and large
With this enlarged role in mind, I should like to make a few suggestions: What we in the United States do or do not do will make a very large difference in what happens in the rest of the world.
With colleges and universities carrying a large part of the program, and with students looking toward Peace Corps service, there will be an impact on educational curriculum and student seriousness.
With very large, complex projects, an independent construction manager is sometimes hired to assist in design and to manage construction.
With two or more equally determined players, this can result in a " bidding war " where the attribute is driven up by increments to large sums.
With a large number of people relocating to the state from the Midwest and the Northeast, as well as from California, many teams ( most notably the Chicago Cubs and the Los Angeles Dodgers ) have normally had large followings in Arizona.
With the Industrial Revolution in the 19th century, truss systems of wrought iron were developed for larger bridges, but iron did not have the tensile strength to support large loads.
Bahamian tastes in consumer products roughly parallel those in the U. S. With approximately 85 % of the population of primarily African descent, there is a large and growing market in the Bahamas for " ethnic " personal care products.
With an annual production of approximately 960 million bottles, Bordeaux produces large quantities of everyday wine as well as some of the most expensive wines in the world.
With large sets, it becomes necessary to use more sophisticated mathematics to find the number of combinations.
With large spaces of land at a premium in south-west London, Fulham appear to be committed to a gradual increase of the ground's capacity often during the summer between seasons.
With over 23, 000 modules ( containing 20, 000, 000 lines of code ) as of July 2011, the CPAN can save programmers weeks of time, and large Perl programs often make use of dozens of modules.
With the increasingly precise data provided by WMAP, there have been a number of claims that the CMB suffers from anomalies, such as very large scale anisotropies, anomalous alignments, and non-Gaussian distributions.
With the construction of the large supercarriers of the Cold War era, the practice of operating each carrier in a single formation was revived.
* 244 BC: With little to no naval engagements, Hanno the Great of Carthage advocates demobilization of large parts of the Carthaginian navy to save money.
With the cooperation of some local tribes, the Portuguese entered the slave trade and exported large numbers of Africans to the Western Hemisphere via the Cape Verde Islands.
With its increasing rarity, specimens of the Great Auk and its eggs became collectible and highly prized by rich Europeans, and the loss of a large number of its eggs to collection contributed to the demise of the species.
With a large expedition that eventually included 40 000 European troops, and receiving help from white colonists and mulatto forces commanded by Alexandre Pétion, a former lieutenant of Rigaud, the French won several victories after severe fighting.
With the decline of large herbivores by the late ice age, Pachycrocuta was replaced by the smaller Crocuta.
With its around 40 parks, forests and gardens, a couple of lakes, two rivers and one canal, Hanover offers a large variety of leisure activities.
With partible inheritance large estates are slowly divided among many descendants and great wealth is thus diluted, leaving higher opportunities to individuals to make a success.
With a football-hungry population, Jacksonville's civic leaders craved something more than just two games a year for their large stadium.
With their military mission and extensive financial resources, the Knights Templar funded a large number of building projects around Europe and the Holy Land.

With and circumspect
With such perspective, the Senate is likely to be more circumspect, or at least less impulsive, than the House of Representatives.

With and 20th-Century
With Malice Toward All: The Quips, Lives and Loves of Some Celebrated 20th-Century American Wits.
* ( With Robert P. Crease ) The Second Creation: Makers of the Revolution in 20th-Century Physics, 1986 ; rev.

With and technique
With the foremost anchor reducing the load on the aft-most, this technique can develop great holding power and may be appropriate in " ultimate storm " circumstances.
With this technique liquid / dissolved, solid and gaseous samples may be analyzed directly.
With his friends jostling and pushing on both sides and behind, and his enemies forming a solid wall in front of him, the hoplite had little opportunity for feats of technique and weapon skill, but great need for commitment and mental toughness.
With this technique, Pollock was able to achieve a more immediate means of creating art, the paint now literally flowing from his chosen tool onto the canvas.
With the full lung technique, rowers exhale during the stroke and inhale during the recovery.
With the sliding technique originating from the cut off neck of a glass bottle, bottlenecks usually still have the same tubular shape and a length of one to three inches, and glass still remains a popular material.
With this technique, a right-hand thrower would begin facing the rear of the circle, and then kick to the front with the left leg, while pushing off forcefully with the right.
With this technique, a right-hand thrower faces the rear, and begins to spin on the ball of the left foot.
With the more widely disseminated technique a double thread passes through the stitches.
With a technique called screen scraping, specialized software may be customized to automatically and repeatedly query a given Web form with the intention of aggregating the resulting data.
With the additional guidance of Washington pianist and band leader Oliver " Doc " Perry, Ellington learned to read sheet music, project a professional style, and improve his technique.
With this technique the action onscreen is essentially recreated to try to match it as closely as possible.
With the invention of the polymerase chain reaction ( PCR ) technique, DNA profiling took huge strides forward in both discriminating power and the ability to recover information from very small ( or degraded ) starting samples.
With Muslim traders came not just Islam, but a new technique of social organisation, the sultanate, which replaced local councils of rich men ( orang kaya ) on the more important islands, and proved more effective in dealing with outsiders.
With practice, taping down the metallic foil to the receiving surface, he was able to spin the drill and thus create the heat necessary to apply the coloured foil by a hand and machine-driven engraving technique.
With Lee Miller, his photography assistant and lover, Man Ray reinvented the photographic technique of solarization.
With Miró's help, Ernst pioneered the technique of grattage, in which he troweled pigment onto his canvases.
With this technique, it was possible to create a wider range of timbres, than when using the fingertips or nails alone.
With a properly prepared canvas, the painter will find that each subsequent layer of color glides on in a " buttery " manner, and that with the proper consistency of application ( fat over lean technique ), a painting entirely devoid of brushstrokes can be achieved.
With his pupils, he advocated simple design, economy of means, the avoidance of over-labored technique, and the tonal harmony of the final result.
With its possibly ambiguous content and powerful narrative technique, the story challenges the reader to determine if the protagonist, an unnamed governess, is correctly reporting events or is instead an unreliable neurotic with an overheated imagination.
With this technique, a steady food source is available for the larvae and procreation chances increase.
With his elegant batting technique, Jackson appeared the brighter prospect of the pair.
With encouragement from Cage, Feldman began to write pieces that had no relation to compositional systems of the past, such as the constraints of traditional harmony or the serial technique.

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