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Within and year
Within a year or two several thousand might be in service.
Within a year, without reducing wages, Underwood's production costs were cut one third, prices were slashed.
Within the year he may have abandoned his new faith and repudiated his wife, but before Æthelstan and he could fight, Sihtric died suddenly in 927.
Within a year, the younger sister named Giovanna also died.
Within the collective Chianti region more than 8 million cases of wines classified as DOC level or above are produced each year.
Within a year all the settlers were killed in a dispute with area Indian tribes.
Within a year of her inauguration she survived two unsuccessful coups and in October 1983, as chairperson of the Organization of East Caribbean States, endorsed the US Invasion of Grenada.
Within a year, it became outdated as Sutton improved her system.
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 the first year, the diagnosis of patients with expressive aphasia may change to anomic aphasia.
Within a year, the Taira and Minamoto clashed, and a twenty-year period of Taira ascendancy began.
Within a few months, several dozen people had joined, and over a thousand by the end of the first year.
Within a year of completing Adam Bede, she finished The Mill on the Floss, inscribing the manuscript: " To my beloved husband, George Henry Lewes, I give this MS. of my third book, written in the sixth year of our life together, at Holly Lodge, South Field, Wandsworth, and finished 21 March 1860.
Within a year, most of the country's production was threatened.
Within a year the Antonine Wall was recaptured, but by 163 or 164 it was abandoned.
Within a year, he abandoned her and married Annia Aurelia Faustina, a descendant of Marcus Aurelius and the widow of a man recently executed by Elagabalus.
Within a year, in April 2006, Harry completed his officer's training and was commissioned as a Cornet in the Blues and Royals, a regiment of the Household Cavalry in the British Army.
Within the World Bank's Doing Business Survey, Indonesia rose to 122 out of 178 countries in 2010, from 129 in the previous year.
Within a year of Major's general election win, general public and media opinion of him had plummeted, with Black Wednesday, mine closures, the Maastricht dispute and mass unemployment being cited as four key areas of dissatisfaction with the prime minister.
Within a year of their first act together, they went from earning $ 150-175 a week each at one club to $ 30, 000. 00 a week as a team at The Copacabana.
" Within a year, Sloane was being performed in New York, Spain, Israel and Australia, as well as being made into a film and a television play.
Within the next year, he appeared in three more jungle movies, playing himself.
Within a year of serious border clashes in 1987, Lao and Thai leaders signed a communiqué, signaling their intention to improve relations.

Within and Tom
Within a few years, it boasted a grain company, a furniture company, a drugstore, a newspaper called the Tom Bean Bulletin, a saloon, a dance hall, a movie theater, and the Tom Bean social club.
Within months of their live debut, popular club gigs on the Sunset Strip, as well as guest jams with musicians such as Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty and Ray Manzarek, led to the band being the subject of a record label bidding war.
Within the first year, legendary urban programmer Harry Lyles replaced Tom Collins as station Program Director.
Within months, the East African tournaments were regarded in high esteem and the intensity was up to the brink, as an ESPNCricinfo interview of Cricket Kenya CEO Tom Sears revealed.
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Within the next seasons, the likes of Ted Peate, Billy Bates, Tom Emmett, Louis Hall and George Ulyett had all retired.
Within two years, she became co-anchor of the station's 5 p. m. and 11 p. m. newscasts, first with co-host Tom Snyder from 1983 to 1984 and with Ernie Anastos until 1986.
Franklin hired writer Tom Holland to write the screenplay after Franklin had seen The Best Within, which Holland had written.
* The War Within: America's Battle over Vietnam, Tom Wells ( 1994 )
* Tom Strong # 33: " The Journey Within " ( with Ben Oliver, America's Best Comics, 2005 ) collected in Tom Strong, Book Six ( hc, 160 pages, 2006, ISBN 1-4012-1108-9 ; tpb, 2008, ISBN 1-4012-1109-7 )

Within and who
Within this notion clarity is possible, but for us who are neither Greek nor Jansenist there is not such clarity.
Within this frame of reference policies appropriate to claims advanced in the name of the Jews depend upon which Jewish identity is involved, as well as upon the nature of the claim, the characteristics of the claimant, the justifications proposed, and the predispositions of the community decision makers who are called upon to act.
Within these churches, bishops are seen as those who posess the full priesthood and can ordain clergy including other bishops.
Within philosophy familiar names include Daniel Dennett who writes from a computational systems perspective, John Searle known for his controversial Chinese room, Jerry Fodor who advocates functionalism, and Douglas Hofstadter, famous for writing Gödel, Escher, Bach, which questions the nature of words and thought.
Within the realm of popular music and jazz, " drums " usually refers to a drum kit or a set of drums ( with some cymbals ) and " drummer " to the actual band member or person who plays them.
At least one work of fiction, the film Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within, uses Gaia philosophy as a central point to the plot, and may arguably represent a fictional parallel to Sir James Lovelock in the character of Dr. Cid, who is met with skepticism from the scientific and social community when he promotes the idea of a " living Earth ".
Within the Protestant tradition in England, 17th century Mystic, Universalist and founder of the Philadelphian Society Jane Leade wrote copious descriptions of her visions and dialogues with the " Virgin Sophia " who, she said, revealed to her the spiritual workings of the universe.
Within a generation, Syria, Palestine and Egypt had fallen to the Arabs, who in ca.
Within the computer programmer subculture of hackers, the term hacker is also used for a programmer who reaches a goal by employing a series of modifications to extend existing code or resources.
Within the European Union ( EU ), as with the US, hedge funds are primarily regulated through advisers who manage the funds.
Within his lifetime, his idiom left an imprint on several composers within his personal circle, who strongly admired his music, such as Heinrich von Herzogenberg, Robert Fuchs, and Julius Röntgen, as well as on Gustav Jenner, who was Brahms's only formal composition pupil.
Within this secular framework, a Catholic church hierarchy was established, overtop of the local Eastern Orthodox and Syrian Orthodox authorities, who retained their own hierarchies ( the Catholics considered them schismatics and thus illegitimate ).
Within the fictional universe of Star Trek, Klingon is derived from the original language spoken by the messianic figure Kahless the Unforgettable, who united the Klingon home-world of Qo ' noS under one empire more than 1500 years ago.
Within two months, a transitional government had been established under the leadership of Albert Zafy ( 1993 – 96 ), who went on to win the 1992 presidential elections and inaugurate the Third Republic ( 1992 – 2010 ).
Within one year, he had approximately 25, 000 followers who knew him as Prophet W. D.
Within Fulcher of Chartres account of pope Urban ’ s speech there was a promise of remission of sins for whoever took part in the crusade. All who die by the way, whether by land or by sea, or in battle against the pagans, shall have immediate remission of sins.
The Harm Within the Risk ( HWR ) test determines whether the victim was among the class of persons who could foreseeably be harmed, and whether the harm was foreseeable within the class of risks.
Within the Holy Roman Empire these territories gained a wide range of independence, threatened, however, by the French kings, who sought, from the 17th century onwards, to incorporate all the territories on the western side of the river Rhine and repeatedly invaded the area in 1635, in 1676, in 1679 and in 1734, extending their realm to the Saar River and establishing the city and stronghold of Saarlouis in 1680.
Within hours after taking office, Stevens was ousted in a bloodless military coup led by the commander of the army Brigadier General David Lansana, a close ally of Sir Albert Margai who had appointed him to the position in 1964.
Within days, Freetown was overwhelmed by the presence of the RUF combatants who came to the city in their thousands.
Within the aristocracy, the first wife is never the main wife — a second wife who has a higher pedigree will take precedence.
Within the outer edge of the enclosed area is a circle of 56 pits ( 13 ), each about a metre ( 3 ' 3 ") in diameter, known as the Aubrey holes after John Aubrey, the 17th-century antiquarian who was thought to have first identified them.

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