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“ Within a single generation, the working classes of Western Europe came to enjoy the multiple pleasures of the consumer society .”
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 a generation, both solitary and communal monasticism became very popular and spread outside of Egypt, first to Palestine and the Judean Desert and thence to Syria and North Africa.
Within minutes after infection, the microbe is encapsulated within melanin ( melanization ), and the generation of free radical byproducts during the formation of this capsule is thought to aid in killing them.
Within a generation, the Oaths of Strasbourg ( 842 ), a treaty between Charlemagne's grandsons Charles the Bald and Louis the German, was proffered and recorded in a language that was already distinct from Latin.
Within a generation or two after 1212, the idea of children going on crusade became ingrained in history, retold countless times over the centuries with many different versions, and only in the 20th century has the myth been re-examined by looking at the earliest sources ( see Historical studies below ).
Within a generation, both ferries operating on the river southwest of Atkins ceased to exist, all but severing the town ’ s ties to the Arkansas River.
Within a generation of the first Maryland settlers ' landing at St. Clement's Island, they pushed the frontiers of the colony north and west toward the Potomac and Port Tobacco rivers.
" Within the first generation of liberty, two solutions emerged and won adherents, one based on the speech of the upper class and one on that of the common people.
Within a generation, George Wyatt, whose father Thomas Wyatt had known the Boleyns personally, described Jane as a " wicked wife, accuser of her own husband, even to the seeking of his own blood.
Within days of seeing the Star Trek series premiere " The Man Trap " on 8 September 1966, Gerrold wrote a sixty-page outline for a two-part episode called " Tomorrow Was Yesterday ", about the Enterprise discovering a generation ship launched from Earth centuries earlier.
Of note is the fact that AI pioneer Marvin Minsky was a consultant on the project of making HAL 9000 as realistic as possible according to the consensus predictions of the time ; Crevier quotes him as having said on the subject in 1967, " Within a generation ... the problem of creating ' artificial intelligence ' will substantially be solved ,", although Minsky states that he was misquoted.
Within the short span of a single generation, however, the work of the master was all but forgotten until the revival in the 1920s, when different furniture companies replicate his designs throughout several decades.
Within the Cluniac Monastic Association, the cantors of the following generation like Adémar de Chabannes who was taught by his uncle Roger at Saint-Martial Abbey of Limoges ( Aquitaine ), developed a new diastematic neume notation which allowed to indicate the ligatures, even if they were separated by the vertical disposition according to their pitch class.
Within one generation during the late-19th century, and following a boom in nearby Oldham, Milnrow's staple industry changed from wool weaving to cotton spinning.
Within a generation of the last streetcar lines being removed in the Twin Cities, planners began thinking of returning to rail.
Within a couple of months the new technologically advanced generation of fighter ( the SE. 5, Sopwith Camel, and SPAD S. XIII ) entered service in numbers and quickly gained ascendancy over the over-worked Jastas.
Within a generation, unremarkable Kaitain had become an awesome spectacle of Imperial architecture, museums, and bureaucratic self-indulgence.
Within and Syria
Within Lebanon and on its border with Syria, the bright white is snow covering the mountain peaks of Mount Lebanon and Mount Hermon.
Within Syria, mention of the massacre has been strictly suppressed, although the general contours of the events — and various partisan versions, on all sides — are well-known throughout the country.
Within and Palestine
Within the Jewish community, particularly in Egypt and Palestine, there existed a minority of Karaites.
Within and Egypt
Within Egypt, she was later assimilated and identified as Neith, who by that time had developed her aspects as a war goddess.
* Narrative of the Operations and Recent Discoveries Within the Pyramids, Temples, Tombs, and Excavations in Egypt and Nubia by Giovanni Battista Belzoni.
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Within its limits, this arrangement had the actual or potential characteristics of a cross-licensing agreement.
Within a year, Tom Slick, who had funded searches for Yeti in the Himalayas earlier in the decade, organized searches for Bigfoot in the area around Bluff Creek.
Within a week Bonaparte had resupplied his ships, and on 19 June his fleet departed for Alexandria in the direction of Crete, leaving 4, 000 men at Valletta under General Claude-Henri Vaubois to ensure French control of the islands.
Within five minutes Guerrier < nowiki >'</ nowiki > s foremast had fallen, to cheers from the crews of the approaching British ships.
Within minutes all three of his ship's masts had fallen, but the battle around Spartiate continued until 21: 00, when the badly wounded Emeriau ordered his colours struck.
Within four days Nelson had been elevated to Baron Nelson of the Nile and Burnham Thorpe, a title with which he was privately dissatisfied, believing his actions deserved better reward.
Within two days following the assassination, Austria-Hungary and Germany advised Serbia that they should open an investigation, but Serbian Foreign Minister Gruic, speaking for Serbia replied, " Nothing had been done so far, and the matter did not concern the Serbian Government ," after which " high words " were spoken on both sides.
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.
Within this section, from near Phipps Bridge to near Reeves Corner, route 3 follows the Surrey Iron Railway, giving Tramlink a claim to the one of the world's oldest railway alignments-beside Mitcham tram stop had its name long before Tramlink.
Within a month, they had recorded crude Feasting the Beast 8-track demo in Benton's garage and had started playing the occasional gig in the Tampa area.
Within a few months, the new amir had gained the allegiance of most tribal leaders and established control over the cities.
Within a year the book had sold some 200, 000 copies and by the end of the 19th Century it had sold more copies than any other book published in America outside of Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe.
Within hours, then, Louis had arranged for his 17 year-old son, Prince Louis, to be married to Eleanor, with Abbot Suger in charge of the wedding arrangements.
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 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 days it was reported that Fox had been excluded from an interview with administration official Ken Feinberg, with bureau chiefs from the White House press pool ( ABC, CBS, NBC, and CNN ) coming to Fox's defense.
Within two years Bessel had left Kulenkamp and become an assistant at Lilienthal Observatory near Bremen.