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Within a few years of nationalisation, a number of progressive measures had been carried out which did much to improve conditions in the mines, including better pay, a five-day workweek, a national safety scheme ( with proper standards at all the collieries ), a ban on boys under the age of 16 going underground, the introduction of training for newcomers before going down to the coalface, and the making of pithead baths into a standard facility.
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Within a few years various Du Pont manufactured items were filling the entire requirements of from four to seven of General Motors' eight operating divisions.
Within only a few years, foamed plastics materials have managed to grow into an integral, and important, phase of the plastics industry -- and the end is still not yet in sight.
Within a few years the Scots, engaged in breaking the thick sod and stirring the rich soil of the valley, were joined by a group called Meurons.
Within a few days after Canovas del Castillo took power as Premier, the new king, proclaimed on 29 December 1874, arrived at Madrid, passing through Barcelona and Valencia and was acclaimed everywhere ( 1875 ).
Within a few months, the right to exercise the regency over his infant son, John V Palaiologos, and the position of Andronikos'all-powerful chief minister and friend John Kantakouzenos led to the outbreak of a destructive seven-year civil war.
Within a few years, Emperor Manuel died as well, and Saladin remained the only strong leader in the east.
* Within a few years of Salieri's death in 1825, Alexander Pushkin wrote his " little tragedy " Mozart and Salieri ( 1831 ) as a dramatic study of the sin of envy.
Within a few days, on 4 June 1876, they arranged for Sultan Abdülaziz to kill himself with scissors, cutting his two wrists at the same time.
Within few years of his departure, St. Gregory of Nazianzus called him the " Pillar of the Church ".
Within a few years, the federal government would create its own need-based program, known as Pell Grants, providing the neediest students with a tuition-free college education.
Within a few months, the new amir had gained the allegiance of most tribal leaders and established control over the cities.
Within a few years a majority of households were FM equipped, by the 1980s a majority of cars sold had FM stereo radios and a majority of listening in the U. S. was devoted to FM signals according to the Arbitron rating service.
Within an industrialized country there are usually few if any significant barriers to the easy exchange of goods and services between parts of that country.
Within a few months, however, the two countries were again at odds over Aegean airspace and sovereignty issues.
Within a few years houses were built along some 10 miles of road leading northward from the Free City of Danzig to Gdynia and beyond.
Within only a few years of his accession Sweden had become the largest nation in Europe after Russia and Spain.
Within a few hours of birth, the calf can run around and is almost indistinguishable from a one-week-old.
Within a few months, several dozen people had joined, and over a thousand by the end of the first year.
Within and years
Within two years, however, al-Husayn broke off relations with Abd al-Rahman and announced that Zaragoza would be an independent city-state.
Within two years, 72 % achieved symptomatic recovery ( no symptoms at all ) and 43 % achieved functional recovery ( regaining of prior occupational and residential status ).
Within ten years, the Supreme Court interpreted Rule 48 in such a way so that it could apply to absent parties under certain circumstances, but only by ignoring the plain meaning of the rule.
Within twenty-five years of the persecution's inauguration, the Christian Emperor Constantine would rule the empire alone.
Within a couple of years, Detroit was rejuvenated and made the Finals for four of the next six years between 1961 and 1966.
Within two years RotoNews had become one of the top ten most trafficked sports sites on the web, according to Media Metrix, ranking higher than such sites as NBA. com.
Within three years of its publication, it had been reprinted nine times with 11, 000 copies circulating in the United States ; it was also translated into French and Dutch and published in Europe.
Within two years Bessel had left Kulenkamp and become an assistant at Lilienthal Observatory near Bremen.
Within and nationalisation
Within this context, his government undertook the nationalisation of major industries and public utilities as well as the creation of the National Health Service.
Within and number
Within constellations having an extremely large number of stars, Bayer eventually advanced to upper-case Latin letters, as in G Scorpii ( G of the Scorpion ) and N Velorum ( N of the Sails ).
Within the prevailing Standard Model of particle physics, the number of baryons may change in multiples of three due to the action of sphalerons, although this is rare and has not been observed under experiment.
Within the corporate office or corporate center of a company, some companies have a Chairman and CEO as the top ranking executive, while the number two is the President and COO ; other companies have a President and CEO but no official deputy.
Within limits, an arbitrary number of twists may be added to new stitches, whether they be knit or purl.
Within cities, buses provide a significant role in commuting a large number of travellers from one point of the city to another.
Within a generation after his death, this number grew to 7000 and then spread from Egypt to Palestine and the Judean Desert, Syria, North Africa and eventually Western Europe.
Within the last several years, the FEI has decreased the number of refusals resulting in elimination from three to two, and this rule has trickled down from the top levels of FEI competition to all levels of horse shows ( at least in the United States ).
Within the field of group facilitation and organization development, there have been a number of new group processes that are designed to maximize emergence and self-organization, by offering a minimal set of effective initial conditions.
Within those restrictions the voucher can be split among any number of candidates for any federal race and between the primary and general elections.
Within this sandžak ( and eventual vilayet ) of Bosnia, the Ottomans introduced a number of key changes in the territory's socio-political administration ; including a new landholding system, a reorganization of administrative units, and a complex system of social differentiation by class and religious affiliation.
Within a set of Gold codes about half of the codes are balanced — the number of ones and zeros differs by only one.
Within the city-state the Elbe has a number of branch streams, such as Dove Elbe, Gose Elbe, Köhlbrand, Northern Elbe ( Norderelbe ), Reiherstieg, Southern Elbe ( Süderelbe ).
Within the Hasidic world, the positions of spiritual leadership are dynastically transmitted within established families, usually from fathers to sons, while a small number of students obtain official ordination to become dayanim (" judges ") on religious courts, poskim (" decisors " of Jewish law ), as well as teachers in the Hasidic schools.
Within dungeon areas, a number of puzzles may be present and required to be solved in order for the player to advance.
Within his literary work, John Paul II also has written a number of dramas, the best-known of which are Our God's Brother and The Jeweller's Shop.
Within the tribe's Reservation, in Ledyard, New London County, Connecticut, the Mashantucket Pequot operate Foxwoods Resort Casino, the world's largest resort casino, in terms of gaming space and number of slot machines, and one of the most successful economically.
Within a band the number of levels is of the order of the number of atoms in the crystal, so although electrons are actually restricted to these energies, they appear to be able to take on a continuum of values.
Within the pattern are dots which form a number or shape clearly visible to those with normal color vision, and invisible, or difficult to see, to those with a red-green color vision defect, or the other way around.