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With such far-flung territories, dissolution was inevitable, and beganimmediately.
Epidemiologic evidence supports the theory that the relation between obesity and disease risk beginsearly in life.
Through your financial support, you've already demonstrated that you want to help genuinely needy people beginanew.
The story beginsnearly a year earlier, in July 1965, when Dylan turned up with an electric guitar at the Newport Folk Festival, enraging Pete Seeger, Alan Lomax, and various followers of the folk revival, who were only interested in "authenticity" and political dissent.
A similar citywide outbreak of norovirus in 2001 beganshortly before the 21 November 2001 hospital signal in northern Bronx, which had a null occurrence rate of once every 3.4 y.
The major difference is the age at which specific developmental stages occur, beginningprenatally but extending to around P42 in mice and possibly to 8 postnatal years in humans [ 16, 19].
The stone carvings of Dazu were begunlate in the ninth century during the Tang Dynasty; the work lasted well into the Southern Song period, hundreds of years later.
Make sure you beginslowly and pay attention to the right hand fingerings.
In 1954, when he was 24 and an artistic unknown, Johns decided to destroy all his work, with a view to purging himself of influence and beginningafresh with a blank canvas.
In normal wound healing, TN appeared at days 2-3 and disappeared during remodeling which beginsaround day 10 after wounding.
All students should be prepared on the first day with a pad, pen and pencil to enable programmes to beginpromptly.
Playing the swinish king, his performance beginsbadly, and the long hair doesn't flatter his wide, doughy face and compressed brow.
W. C. Fields fooled the Production Code with imprecations of his own devising, such as “Godfrey Daniel!” In literature, the liberation of language beganearlier than in films.
330: "One Down, 94 To Go" On Sunday in Berlin, Lutheran and Roman Catholic officials signed a joint declaration, resolving a conflict that beganexactly 482 years ago.
The adventure beginsinauspiciously at the visitor centre near the entrance gates (this is the place to enquire about official guides).
Dean's background in lighting which spans a twenty year period beganinitially as a lighting designer with Auckland's Mercury Theatre.
“Every minute was more exciting than the next.” [From an on-camera interview with Linda Evans, commenting on “Night of 100 Stars” party in New York to promote “Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous.”] “Best Place In Town To Take A Leak.” [From an advertisement of Conn. Auto Radiator, Inc. in a local television program guide, ] Wrenches in the Gorse and Bracken It beganinnocently enough, without guile on my part.
In 1987, the year the first nesting burrow was located, the Department of Conservation beganintensively trapping predators in the area.
Modern dance is enjoying a revival, with a new wave of small, imaginative companies beginningmodestly enough at the Café de la Danse (passage Louis-Philippe) and Théâtre Garnier before reaching the heights of the Théâtre de la Bastille.
The female tui was brooding the chicks, now five days old, when a family of magpies begannoisily working their way in the direction of the nest, uttering their usual whistling calls.
The dispersal beganout at Grand-Pré, now a national historic park commemorating the Acadians’ resilience.
In December 1937, Fr Ryder beganpriestly ministry at St Benedicts, Newton, where he was chaplain to Auckland Hospital, the Mater Hospital, and Mount Eden Prison.
The alliance beganprogressively enough, as a campaign against a law authorizing the police to round up prostitutes--and other women suspected of loose morals--and force them to submit to pelvic exams.
T >he film career beganpromisingly.
The Service beginsquietly.
A sense of wonder and curiously, coupled with horror, stirred within me as I beganrandomly opening files and exploring their content.
Establishment of RSCs beganrelatively recently, in 1972.
At 8:51, the flight deviated from its assigned altitude, and a minute later New York air traffic controllers beganrepeatedly and unsuccessfully trying to contact it.
The paper also quotes Sen. Daniel Moynihan as expressing the fear that at stake here is the possibility that Congress could "easily mutate into a president of the month...where a congressional majority beganroutinely removing presidents, speakers become president, no one knows who is the commander-in-chief...." Highlights from the DOJ crime stats just in, for 1997, include, notes the LAT : property crime dropped to its lowest rate since 1973; the rate of violent crime has dropped more than 21 percent since 1993; and there were 28 percent fewer murders than in 1993.
Back in New York, Strand started investigating the graphic dynamism at work in the shadows thrown down by the el tracks, and he beganseriously investing in the possibilities of the overhead vantage, a Modernist urban trope he would will to Berenice Abbott and sundry Germans and Russians.
Actually, it's tempting to say that the state of perpetual turmoil that characterizes advertising today has characterized the industry since the modern era of advertising begansometime in the early 1920s.
When Clinton lawyer Bob Bennett requested that the Paula Jones trial beginsooner than scheduled, reporters construed it as a display of confidence.
"NATO's campaign beganspecifically to stop the violence.
Lastly, such an economic deception would explain why Western intelligence found that Soviet officials begansystematically 'under'-estimating economic output and potential after Gorbachev came to power (vii).