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Within minutes, the American 7th Infantry arrived, moved forward, and fired upon the British in the captured redoubt: within half an hour, Rennie and most of his men were dead.
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Within the first five minutes of this interview it is apparent to the therapist that `` everybody '' truthfully refers to the woman's husband.
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 two minutes, the tentacles will have surrounded the prey and moved it into the opened mouth aperture.
Within ten minutes, the prey will have been enclosed within the body cavity, and digestion will have started.
Within minutes he and his laboratory assistant began to experience miosis ( constriction of the pupils of the eyes ), dizziness and severe shortness of breath.
Within 90 minutes of the explosion, Timothy McVeigh was stopped by Oklahoma State Trooper Charlie Hanger for driving without a license plate and arrested for unlawfully carrying a weapon.
Within 23 minutes of the bombing, the State Emergency Operations Center ( SEOC ) was set up, consisting of representatives from the state departments of public safety, human services, military, health, and education.
Within minutes of the attacks, the Federal Bureau of Investigation opened the largest FBI investigation in United States history, operation PENTTBOM.
Within minutes, between 100 and 150 people had congregated outside, some after they were released from inside the Stonewall, and some after noticing the police cars and the crowd.
Within minutes of that report hitting the airwaves, a battery of city trucks, police and fire vehicles converged on the bridge.
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 15 minutes of landing at Dog Green on the western end of the beach, A / 116 had been cut to pieces, the leaders among the 120 or so casualties, the survivors reduced to seeking cover at the water's edge or behind obstacles.
Within thirty minutes of the 4 August incident, President Johnson had decided on retaliatory attacks.
Within three minutes, he chose Alan Ladd, Van Heflin and Jean Arthur, though Arthur was not the first choice to play Marian ; Katharine Hepburn was originally considered for the role.
Within minutes of the initial fire, the safety valve on the car opened from the dangerously increased pressure in the tank car.
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Within the Organization of American States, there may be some criticism of this unilateral American intervention which was not without risk obviously.
Within Carr's sample, most American dictionaries gloss, while most British ones gloss and have been slower to add the rectification.
Within the fictional history of the Marvel Universe, the tradition of using costumed secret identities to fight or commit evil had long existed, but it came into prominence during the days of the American " Wild West " with heroes such as the Phantom Rider.
Within two years of the Stonewall riots there were gay rights groups in every major American city, as well as Canada, Australia, and Western Europe.
Within the books the Ryan Doctrine is not officially invoked after Daryaei's death ( although Ryan threatens to use it on the Chinese leadership in The Bear and the Dragon, should anything happen to American citizens living in the People's Republic of China as a consequence of the Siberian War ).
* Egoff, Sheila A., Worlds Within: Children ’ s Fantasy from the Middle Ages to Today ( Chicago & London: American Library Association, 1988 )
Within days of the September 11 attacks in 2001, Perutz wrote to British Prime Minister Tony Blair, appealing to him not to respond with military force: " I am alarmed by the American cries for vengeance and concerned that President Bush's retaliation will lead to the death of thousands more innocent people, driving us into a world of escalating terror and counter-terror.
Within United States government intelligence agencies, such as Central Intelligence Agency agencies, error refers to intelligence error, as previous assumptions that used to exist at a senior intelligence level within senior intelligence agencies, but has since been disproven, and is sometimes eventually listed as unclassified, and therefore more available to the American public and citizenry of the United States.
Within a short time he changed his mind and soon acquired two Rodin marbles, Orpheus and Cupid and Psyche, for his Chicago mansion, the first two of Rodin's works known to have been sold to an American collector.
Within the year, Edward caused a constitutional crisis by announcing his desire to marry his twice-divorced American mistress, Mrs. Wallis Simpson.
* Sobell, Robert The Entrepreneurs: Explorations Within the American Business Tradition ( Weybright & Talley 1974 ), chapter 4, James J. Hill: The Business of Empire ISBN 0-679-40064-8
Within the context of his American experience, it was not that Palme was repelled by what he found in America, but rather that he was inspired by it.
In one questionnaire study of university students, in addition to men overall justifying some types of aggression more than women, USA respondents justified defensive physical aggression more readily than Japanese or Spanish respondents, whereas Japanese students preferred direct verbal aggression ( but not indirect ) more than their American and Spanish counterparts .< ref > Within American culture, southern men were shown in a study on university students to be more affected and to respond more aggressively than northerners when randomly insulted after being bumped into, which was theoretically related to a traditional culture of honor in the Southern United States.
Within a few years other American and European-born artists joined them in Taos: Joseph Henry Sharp, W. Herbert Dunton, E. Irving Couse and Oscar E. Berninghaus.
Within this strategic orientation, focus is retained on the academic programme and, more specifically, on three axes of work, namely: Attitude and Behaviour, centred both on academic factors and on increasing the competitiveness of degree courses, in the constant pursuit of quality, excellence and merit ; Research for Chile which seeks in-depth commitment and involvement with the country aimed at achieving insertion, integration and participation between the Public-and Private Sectors, in which academic research and findings based upon truth, goodness and the beauty of human beings, society and nature aspire to contribute to the formation of social innovators of vision and realism ; and The Development of International Links which, through the differentiation of professors and students from a Latin American perspective, endeavours to work in foreign markets ( student and academic staff exchanges ).
Within the term of President Néstor Kirchner, from 2003 onwards, Argentina suspended its policy of automatic alignment with the United States and moved closer to other Latin American countries.
Within 40 years, the near-four billion-strong American chestnut population in North America was devastated ; only a few clumps of trees remained in California and the Pacific Northwest.
Within 40 years the near-4 billion-strong American chestnut population in Northern America was devastated – only a few clumps of trees remained in California and the Pacific northwest.
Within a week, the company pulled 31 million bottles of tablets back from retailers, making it one of the first major recalls in American history.
Within American culture in particular, male virginity has been made an object of embarrassment and ridicule in films such as Summer of ' 42, American Pie and The 40-Year-Old Virgin, with the male virgin typically being presented as socially inept.
Within decades European explorers were ranging wide and far across the North American interior, seeking fame, treasures, and conquests on behalf of their empires.