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  1. Republican presidential nomination. Journalist Noah Brooks reported," No man, ever ,before made such an impression on his first appeal to a New York audience. "
  2. As" happiness" or sometimes" well-being ". To have the potential of, ever ,being happy in this way necessarily requires a good character (strike are)
  3. Rand stated that We the Living" is as near to an autobiography as I will, ever ,write. It is not an autobiography in the literal, but only in the intellectual
  4. Free (1879) these kudos: Frege's is" perhaps the most important single work, ever ,written in logic. ... in which we see a" 'formula language ', that is a lingual
  5. Priština. The project was the biggest and most expensive infrastructure project, ever ,undertaken in Albania. The cost of the highway appears to have breached €800
  6. His next movie, Kurosawa chose a subject very different from any that he had, ever ,filmed before. While some of his previous pictures (for example, Drunken Angel
  7. Alfred Nobel, who became rich by finding ways to kill more people faster than, ever ,before, died yesterday. " Alfred was disappointed with what he read and
  8. With a curse that she could only see the future tragedies and that no one would, ever ,believe her. Coronas, daughter of Pleas, King of the Faiths, was another of
  9. Three times over budget, making it at the time the most expensive Japanese film, ever ,made. (How ever , by Hollywood standards, it was a quite modestly budgeted
  10. Him that the book was incomprehensible, and it was unlikely that anyone would, ever ,buy a copy. In a fit of temper Arthur Schopenhauer told her that his work would
  11. Be similarly toxic. Precautions The alkali metals all react with water, ever ,more violently and thus should all be handled with great care. Of note is the
  12. India and parts of Bangladesh. How ever , no evidence for this classification has, ever ,been published. Each of the families that is written in boldface type below is
  13. Representative Hugh Malone. It has served as an attractive political prospect, ever ,since, diverting revenues which would normally be deposited into the general
  14. Notably used by French scientist Joseph Nicéphore Niece in the first picture, ever ,taken. The bitumen used in his experiments were smeared on pewter plates and
  15. To the telephone, which emerged as one of the most successful products, ever , In 1879,the Bell company acquired Edison's patents for the carbon microphone
  16. And political career. On 22 June 2006,he became one of only four people, ever ,to be recognized with Honorary Citizenship by the Governor General of Canada.
  17. Radioactivity is a great hazard, although the greatest quantity of francium, ever ,assembled to date is a sphere of radius 1 mm (over 300,000 neutral atoms). An
  18. With Kurosawa now taking refuge in domestic life, uncertain if he would, ever ,direct another film. In early 1973,the Soviet studio Mos film approached the
  19. In 1979,a poll of Japanese film critics also voted it the best Japanese film, ever ,made. In 1954,nuclear tests in the Pacific were causing radioactive rainstorms
  20. To the philosopher Bryan McGee," it is doubtful whether any human being has, ever ,known as much as he did ". Aristotle was the founder of formal logic, pioneered
  21. In the Pacific were causing radioactive rainstorms in Japan (the only country, ever ,to have been the victim of an atomic bombing),and one particular incident in
  22. Andy Warhol Museum exists in memory of his life and artwork. The highest price, ever ,paid for a Warhol painting is US$100 million for a 1963 canvas titled Eight
  23. Occasion. How ever , no other record of the expression being used before 1962 has, ever ,appeared. Kingsley AMIS notes in his Memoirs (1991) that no trace of it
  24. Flotation balloons to right the spacecraft. They had been the first people, ever ,to leave the gravitational influence of the Earth and orbit another celestial
  25. Grown. It is now regarded by some commentators as the greatest Japanese film, ever ,made, and in 1979,a poll of Japanese film critics also voted it the best
  26. Valid unit. How ever , little of the data used for competing classifications has, ever ,been published, and therefore cannot be evaluated by peer review. Gérard
  27. Felt wary about producing another film that would rank among the most expensive, ever ,made in the country, international help was again needed. This time it came
  28. III extended the influence of the pharaohs to the largest empire Egypt had, ever ,seen. When Tutsis III died in 1425 BC, Egypt extended from Nina in north
  29. With Universal Time at the beginning of 1958,and the two have drifted apart, ever ,since, due to the changing motion of the Earth. Operation TAI as a timescale
  30. Years after his death, Aristotle remains one of the most influential people who, ever ,lived. According to the philosopher Bryan McGee," it is doubtful whether any
  31. Sense of the world's loss in the death of your distinguished husband. It will, ever ,be a source of pride to our country that the great invention, with which his
  32. Hence, faced heavy human and natural pressures to retire" from Italy without, ever ,setting foot south of the Po. " After Attila left Italy and returned to his
  33. Lost in five sets to Rafter in a match considered by many to be one of the best, ever ,at Wimbledon. At the inaugural Tennis Masters Cup in Lisbon, Agassi reached the
  34. Not less than 1/2 sand, and n ever more than 1/3 silt. The largest structure, ever ,made from adobe (bricks) was the Bam Citadel, which suffered serious damage (
  35. Have brought that other hand out from behind its back. I don't think the South, ever ,had a chance to win that War. " Name "/IN"> ward"/> The Confederacy sought to
  36. Then before it, Benjamin remarks," Donkeys live a long time. None of you has, ever ,seen a dead donkey. " He is skeptical and pessimistic, his most-often-made
  37. Its production of foodstuffs and rubber. The colonial power, Portugal,becoming, ever ,richer and more powerful, would not tolerate the growth of these neighboring
  38. Tradition. The seventh and twentieth, the days of the new and full moon, were, ever , afterwards held sacred to him. Youth Four days after his birth, Apollo killed
  39. But this time it was received to the greatest ovation the opera house had, ever ,heard. The following day, Halley retired, sold the rights to his music, and
  40. More and more concentrated in the hands of the President who, supported by an, ever ,increasing staff, largely controlled parliament, government,and the judiciary.
  41. Curls of a bride. From a learned traveler Asian once inquired:" Didst thou, ever , in thy wanderings, see a fort as strong as this? ". " Splendid it is," was
  42. Of the 20th century which were very different from anything Amsterdam had, ever ,seen before: Plan Zoo, designed by the architect Barrage, and West. These
  43. On the forefront of sports car racing, claiming a historic win in the first, ever ,diesel sports car at 12 Hours of Sebring (the car was developed with a Diesel
  44. Guaranteed Kurosawa strong box-office. The shoot, the filmmaker's longest, ever , lasted well over a year (after five months of pre-production),and wrapped
  45. In 2009,describing it as" the greatest promotion scheme that any industry, ever ,devised for itself. " In addition, some winners critical of the Academy Awards
  46. The Book of Genesis. At the time, the broadcast was the most watched TV program, ever , Apollo 8's successful mission paved the way for Apollo 11 to fulfill U. S.
  47. Soldier fired the fatal round. No Union soldiers were observed to have, ever ,gotten behind Johnston during the fatal charge, while it is known that many
  48. Learned some technical details. Bell denied in an affidavit that he, ever ,gave Wilbur any money. Later developments Continuing his experiments in
  49. 1896 Frank Samuelson and George Harbor from Norway became the first people to, ever ,row across the Atlantic Ocean. *On April 15, 1912 the RMS Titanic sank after
  50. Intentions of the artist or the reactions of the audience in any way what so, ever , A genre is a set of conventions and styles within a particular medium. For

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