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Blenheim was followed in rapid succession by Ramillies And The Union With Scotland and by The Peace And The Protestant Succession, the three forming together a detailed picture of England under Queen Anne.
With his wife and three or more children he arrived in Boston in March, 1637, and soon found it was no place for anyone looking for liberty of conscience.
With detectors sensitive to three mass intervals and based on a few counts, the second and third Russian space probes indicate that the flux of the smallest particles detected is less than that of larger ones.
With either of the gradients described, chromatography on DEAE-cellulose separated agglutinins of the ABO series into at least three regions ( Figs. 1 and 2 ): one of extremely low anionic binding capacity, one of low anionic binding capacity and one of high anionic binding capacity.
With their customary source of supply cut off, the Fort Garry free traders engaged three men to cart goods to them from the Mississippi country.
With the gully on three sides, she could be approached only along the tongue of land.
With Martha's Vineyard on one side and the open sea on the other, it makes an excellent trip of about three hours.
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With Gen. Ben McCulloch, Pike trained three Confederate regiments of Indian cavalry, most of whom belonged to the " civilized tribes ", whose loyalty to the Confederacy was variable.
With the ruse thus revealed, the main characters run for their lives, resulting in a madcap chase across the stage with both Miles and Senex pursuing all three " Philia " s ( Domina, Hysterium, and the actual Philia — all wearing identical white robes and veils ).
With three judges, unanimous and split decisions are possible, as are draws.
For positive values of a and b, the binomial theorem with n = 2 is the geometrically evident fact that a square of side can be cut into a square of side a, a square of side b, and two rectangles with sides a and b. With n = 3, the theorem states that a cube of side can be cut into a cube of side a, a cube of side b, three a × a × b rectangular boxes, and three a × b × b rectangular boxes.
With three further mergers in each of 2009 and 2010, and a demutualisation and a merger in 2011, the current number of building societies is at 47.
With the outbreak of the war, the Ottoman Empire activated three Army HQs: the Thracian HQ in Constantinople, the Western HQ in Salonika, and the Vardar HQ in Skopje, against the Bulgarians, the Greeks and the Serbians respectively.
With Minna Waldeck he also had three children: Eugene ( 1811 – 1896 ), Wilhelm ( 1813 – 1879 ) and Therese ( 1816 – 1864 ).
With this arrangement, a nine button keyboard with three rows of three hexagonal buttons could be fitted onto a telephone and could produce up to 33 different symbols.
With the 9 main keys, ( operated by the index, middle, and ring fingers ), 2 prefix keys and one delete key, the EkaPad can produce all the inputs of a standard qwerty keyboard with one, two, and a few three finger chords.
With each of the three fingers limited to its own row, 229 chords are possible with 3 fingers.
With Brown at the helm, the team won all four of the AAFC's championships from 1946 until its dissolution in 1949, amassing a record of 52 wins, four losses and three ties.
With wins of 13 – 0 and 4 – 2, the Cubs needed to win only one game of the next three in San Diego to make to the World Series.
With the unification of the three kingdoms in the 7th century and the foundation of the Goryeo dynasty in the Middle Ages, Koreans systemised its own native class system.
With the support of King Sigismund, enthroned before the high altar of the cathedral of Constance, the Council of Constance recommended that all three popes abdicate, and that another be chosen.

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With all respect to a fine young man, Mr. Roy is not able to provide these necessaries ''.
With the Academies in Europe ( second half of 16th century ) the gap between fine and applied arts was definitely set.
With respect to indoor air quality, workers can be exposed to fine particulate matter, carbon monoxide and certain heavy metals.
With Havant & Waterlooville twice leading Liverpool, the match was promoted by the English FA as a fine example of what the FA Challenge Cup is all about.
With the advantage of a peculiarly fine climate, for which this part of Asia Minor has been famous in all ages, Ionia enjoyed the reputation in ancient times of being the most fertile of all the rich provinces of Asia Minor ; and even, though very imperfectly cultivated, it produces abundance of fruit of all kinds, and the raisins and figs of Smyrna supply almost all the markets of Europe.
With its dramatic symmetrical front, flanked by two great yew hedges, it is a fine example of a Jacobean brick-built manor house, and was formerly the home of the young Anne Boleyn, later to become Henry VIII's second wife.
With the sun setting over the desert, Somerset quotes Ernest Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls: The world is a fine place and worth fighting for.
With her long neck, tall stature, slender figure, fine features, copper-toned skin, and exotic accent, Iman was an instant success in the fashion world, though she herself insists that her looks are merely or typically Somali.
With the rise of popular culture in the Edo period, a style of woodblock prints called ukiyo-e became a major art form and its techniques were fine tuned to produce colorful prints of everything from daily news to schoolbooks.
With the corresponding tool selected, fine adjustment of each set of objects in a score are possible either by clicking and dragging or by entering measurements in a dialog box.
With the development of sensitive electron energy analyzers in the 1960s, it became possible to measure fine details of the total energy distribution.
With its good air, clean water, fine beaches and sheltered harbours, it is also popular recreational area.
With the robbed wealth that included an abundance of property and thousands of fine horses, Liu established the Latter Han ( 947-950 ), which lasted only four years and became the shortest dynasty in the Chinese history.
With inspiration from English and Swedish architecture, it is a fine example of the architecture which characterizes the years around 1900.
With the departure of Murray Baron in the summer of 2003, Allen became a regular for the Canucks, and did a fine job of replacing Baron's size and physical play.
With this influence, Powell suggested to the State Department that the current manner of competing with the Soviet Union in the realm of fine arts such as international symphony orchestra and ballet company tours was ineffective.
With its chestnut face and white malar stripe, it resembles a small female Reed Bunting, but has black crown stripes, a white eye-ring, and a fine dark border to the rear of its chestnut cheeks.
You just have to give it a bit of a tug at the end to snap the shell carrier up ... With quality ammunition and a good bore these rifles are capable of fine accuracy .... A rugged and reliable design, the Lebel soldiered on far longer than it should have.
With its manufacturers of wool and fine linens, the city was able to become economically independent.
With a talent in fine arts, Daffney becomes star of the show as the understudy for Tallulah Bankfish ( a famous Broadway theatre actress from New Snork City ) in a play, and has entered a piece of sculpture for an art show.
With the electrostatic torque modelled as a function of axis misalignment, and the polhode motion modelled at a sufficiently fine level, it is hoped to isolate the relativity torques to the originally expected resolution.
With international popularity of fine art auction growing, Sotheby ’ s opened offices in Paris and Los Angeles in 1967, became the first auction house to operate in Hong Kong in 1973, and Moscow in 1988.
( With many fine significant interior details, reputedly designed by James Hoban ).
: With fine grounds to walk in and raincoat to wear

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