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Within and industry
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 the computer industry, a joke got started that the acronym AXP meant " Almost eXactly PRISM ".
Within the next 4 – 5 years, the industry is expected to gross eighty thousand crores ( 800 billion rupees ) annually.
Within the film industry on May 16 the 1st Academy Awards were presented at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, California, with Wings winning Best Picture.
Within the industry, a tiering is sometimes created among groups of networks based on whether their programming is simultaneously originated from a central point, and whether the network master control has the technical and administrative capability to take-over the programming of their affiliates in real-time when it deems this necessary — the most common example being national breaking news events.
Within the book industry, some copies of the finished book are often flown to publishers as sample copies to aid sales or to be sent for pre-release reviews.
Within the book publishing industry, the publisher of record for a book is the entity in whose name the book's ISBN is registered.
Within the nuclear power industry, the U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission began using probabilistic risk assessment ( PRA ) methods including FTA in 1975, and significantly expanded PRA research following the 1979 incident at Three Mile Island.
Within a few years, both VHDL and Verilog emerged as the dominant HDLs in the electronics industry, while older and less capable HDLs gradually disappeared from use.
Within the next two to three years Sheringham Museum Trust plans to have an extended museum to house this unique collection together with three crab boats and general lifeboat and fishing industry ephemera.
Within the animation industry, the Silly Symphonies series is most noted for its use by Walt Disney as a platform for experimenting with processes, techniques, characters, and stories in order to further the art of animation.
Within the telematics industry, more than 5, 000 firms employ approximately 70, 000 people in Oakland County, many of them are employed in Novi.
Within the IT industry Telia Partner AB and WM-data Infra Solutions AB are the two biggest employers.
Within Europe, France remained the industry leader.
Within Europe, Spain remained the industry leader.
At a July 13, 2004, Senate Banking Committee hearing on the effects of the GLBA five years after passage, the Legislative Director of the Consumer Federation cited Roger Ferguson ’ s 2003 speech and stated the “ extravagant promises ” of universal banking had “ proven to be mostly hype .” He noted that advocates of repealing Sections 20 and 32 had said “ anks, securities firms, and insurance companies would merge into financial services supermarkets ” and, after five years, some mergers had occurred “ but mostly within the banking industry, not across sectors .” Within the banking industry, Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan testified to Congress in 2004 that commercial bank consolidation had “ slowed sharply in the past five years .”
Within the film industry, it is also referred to as a TK, as TC is already used to designate time code.
Within East Germany, Halle's chemical industry, now mainly shut down, was of great importance.
Within the bus industry bus spotters are known as moquettes, from the material used to make the seat coverings.
) Within a few months, the Image titles ' success led to Malibu having almost 10 % of the North American comics market share, briefly exceeding that of industry giant DC Comics.
Within the insurance industry, product lines are indicated by the type of risk coverage, such as auto insurance, commercial insurance and life insurance.
Within the two industrial parks light engineering and fabrication industry is to be found alongside printers and graphic designers or other technology-based firms, wholesalers, distribution and courier businesses.
Within a year of the release of OneWorld, customers and industry analysts were discussing serious reliability, unpredictability and other bug-related issues.

Within and Mad
Within a few weeks, the band changed its name to Mad Season.
* 2006: Adam Green, The Answer, Apocalyptica, Archive, Arctic Monkeys, Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals, Ben Jammin, Billy Talent, Blackmail, Coheed and Cambria, The Cooper Temple Clause, Death Cab for Cutie, Nada Surf, dEUS, Delays, Donavon Frankenreiter, Duels, Elbow, Element of Crime, Fettes Brot, Hard-Fi, Karamelo Santo, Klee, Lagwagon, The Lightning Seeds, Live, Mad Caddies, Mando Diao, Manu Chao Radio Bemba Sound System, Maxïmo Park, Photonensurfer, The Raconteurs, Muse, Panteón Rococó, Seeed, Shout Out Louds, Sigur Rós, Skin, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Cardigans, The Feeling, The Hives, The Kooks, The Strokes, Tomte, Two Gallants, Wallis Bird, The Weepies, Wir sind Helden, Within Temptation, Wolfmother, Zebrahead
Within days, bookstores sold out of Mad Libs.

Within and was
Within seconds the big barn was blasted into smoking splinters, with every outlaw either dead or injured inside.
Within the narrow frame of military tactics, too, the experts agree that the campaign was brilliant.
Within the Organization of American States, there may be some criticism of this unilateral American intervention which was not without risk obviously.
Within two weeks Warren was ringing the bell at the abbey gate.
Within the pseudophloem cells the distribution of WTV antigen was irregular in the cytoplasm.
Within about an hour with the help of reports from seismic stations in Alaska, Arizona and California, the quake's epicenter was placed at 51 degrees North latitude and 158 degrees East longitude.
Within this framework, what followed was strained, even macabre.
Within a week after the injury, suffered in St. Louis's victory in the final game of the Kentucky tournament, Nordmann was sitting on the Bill's bench doing what he could to help Benington.
Within a week, however, I began to suspect that something was wrong.
Within a few minutes, Johnston was observed by his staff to be nearly fainting off his horse.
Within a week, Ambrose was baptized, ordained and duly consecrated bishop of Milan.
Within this worldview, it was reasonable to believe that astrology could be used to predict the probable future of a human being.
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, Emily unable to adapt to life at school, was physically ill from homesickness.
Within minutes, Flight 93 was hijacked as well.
' Within the beautiful red rose, there was a ring.
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.
Campbell and Raimi collaborated on a 30-minute Super 8 version of the first Evil Dead film, titled Within the Woods, which was initially used to attract investors.
Within Switzerland, Basel was chosen largely because of its location, with excellent railway connections in all directions, especially important at a time when most international travel was by train.
Within psychiatry the term anti-psychiatry was often used and now British activists prefer the term critical psychiatry.
Within months of beginning his tenure as university president, Eisenhower was requested to advise Secretary of Defense James Forrestal on unification of the armed services.
Within IBM, differential cryptanalysis was known as the " T-attack " or " Tickle attack ".
Within Persia, however, Narseh was destroying every trace of his immediate predecessors from public monuments.
Within twenty-four days the rebellion was crushed, and its leaders at Mainz savagely punished.

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