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Meanings and phrases
- so as to pass a given point; past
- in reserve; not for immediate use; aside; away
- act in accordance with someone's rules, commands, or wishes; comply; follow
- show respect towards; respect; honor; honour; observe
- in a gradual manner; gradually; step by step
- a little bit at a time; piecemeal; little by little; in stages
- without question and beyond doubt; decidedly; unquestionably; emphatically; definitely; in spades
by and by
- at some eventual time in the future; later
- without advance planning; accidentally; circumstantially; unexpectedly
- by accident; haply; by luck
- through chance,; perchance
- with intention; in an intentional manner; intentionally; deliberately; designedly; on purpose; purposely; advisedly; by design
- with intention; in an intentional manner; intentionally; deliberately; designedly; on purpose; purposely; advisedly; by choice
- in an experimental fashion; experimentally; through an experiment
- by a considerable margin; far and away; out and away
- without the use of a machine
- by committing to memory; by memory
- by a short distance; little by little; by small degrees
- by accident; haply; by chance
- with the use of a machine
- by committing to memory; by heart
- through inherent nature; naturally
- with reason or justice; properly
- visit informally and spontaneously; drop by; drop in
- obtain, especially accidentally; come into
- create mentally and abstractly rather than with one's hands; create mentally
- gradually and progressively; daily
- The migration rate is growing day by day.
- This is a marketing area and also it's improving day by day.
- It also broadcasts for different periods of time day by day.
- interact in a certain way; treat; handle
- visit informally and spontaneously; drop in; come by
- give up in the face of defeat of lacking hope; admit defeat; drop out; give up; fall by the wayside; throw in; throw in the towel; quit; chuck up the sponge
- give up in the face of defeat of lacking hope; admit defeat; drop out; give up; drop by the wayside; throw in; throw in the towel; quit; chuck up the sponge
- pass by while flying
- move by very quickly; zip by; whisk by
- come to terms with; cope; make out; make do; contend; grapple; deal; manage
- pass or move in front of
- escape potentially unpleasant consequences; get away with a forbidden action; get off; get away; get out; escape
- pass by; elapse; lapse; pass; slip by; slip away; go by; slide by; go along
- pass by; elapse; lapse; pass; slip by; glide by; slip away; slide by; go along
- move past; travel by; pass by; surpass; go past; pass
- be called; go by a certain name; go under
- be or act in accordance with
- the attribution of guilt (without proof) to individuals because the people they associate with are guilty
- cannot be divided without leaving a remainder; undividable
- a judgment entered in favor of the plaintiff when the defendant defaults (fails to appear in court); default judgment; default judgement; judgment by default
- a judgment entered in favor of the plaintiff when the defendant defaults (fails to appear in court); default judgment; default judgement; judgement by default
- conceal one's true motives from especially by elaborately feigning good intentions so as to gain an end; bamboozle; snow; hoodwink; pull the wool over someone's eyes; play false
- by a short distance; by inches; by small degrees
- a little bit at a time; piecemeal; bit by bit; in stages
- As a result, the line was closed little by little.
- The goals went up and little by little "Ballycomey" started to come to life.
- "Let Christmas come into our hearts little by little, day by day and by night.
- in single file; one after another; one at a time
- one piece at a time; by the piece
- apart from others; individually; separately; singly; severally; on an individual basis
- move past; travel by; surpass; go past; go by; pass
- analysis of a problem into alternative possibilities followed by the systematic rejection of unacceptable alternatives; elimination
- a method of reconnaissance in which fire is placed on a suspected enemy position in order to cause the enemy to disclose his presence by moving or returning fire
- a civil right guaranteed by the 6th amendment to the US Constitution
- pass by while running
- manage one's existence barely; scrape along; scratch along; squeak by; squeeze by; rub along
- nearest in space or position; immediately adjoining without intervening space; adjacent; next
- closely related or associated
- The crew of two, pilot and navigator, sat side by side.
- Mike Ramos and Freddie Rios did their side by side act.
- Plumbers and professors live side by side.
- be inactive or indifferent while something is happening; sit back
- pass by; elapse; lapse; pass; slip by; glide by; slip away; go by; go along
- pass by; elapse; lapse; pass; glide by; slip away; go by; slide by; go along
- manage one's existence barely; scrape along; scrape by; scratch along; squeeze by; rub along
- escape; squeak through
- manage one's existence barely; scrape along; scrape by; scratch along; squeak by; rub along
- not act or do anything
- be available or ready for a certain function or service; stick around; stick about
- be loyal to; stick by; stick; adhere
- in a gradual manner; gradually; bit by bit
- proceeding in steps; stepwise
- Their snowlines rose step by step up to the level of 1979.
- I go step by step and it always seems to get longer than anticipated.
- And thus began a step by step process of a never-before fundamental power reform.
- be loyal to; stand by; stick; adhere
- move past; pass by; surpass; go past; go by; pass
- a primitive method of determining a person's guilt or innocence by subjecting the accused person to dangerous or painful tests believed to be under divine control; escape was usually taken as a sign of innocence; ordeal
- move by very quickly; zip by; fly by
- move by very quickly; fly by; whisk by
- It is critically threatened by habitat loss.
- It is threatened by habitat loss.
- The main buildings were destroyed by fire in 1936.
- The house was destroyed by fire On August 24, 1989.
- It was later partially destroyed by fire in 1081.
- It was possibly designed by architect Walter Ware.
- It was designed by architect Joseph Bell DeRemer.
- It was built in 1912 and designed by architect J.W.
- It is considered by many to be their finest work.
- Karl Marx was considered by many to be a theomachist.
- He was considered by many as a patriotic nationalist.
- The song was well received by critics and public.
- The album has so far been well received by critics.
- Predator" has been very well received by critics.
- This tragedy was closely followed by another.
- This was followed by another round of improvements in 2005.
- This was followed by another EP in 2010, "Groove official".
- Grimaldi's design is used by many modern clowns.
- Another method is used by many molluscs, themselves.
- Tony Meo won the title by defeating Les Dodd 9–5 in the final.
- Tony Meo won the title by defeating Neal Foulds 9–7 in the final.
- Steve Davis won the title by defeating Tony Meo 9–3 in the final.
- The climate is characterized by hot, dry summers and cool, wet winters.
- The climate in this area is characterized by hot, humid summers and generally mild to cool winters.
- The referendums did not reach the quorum required by law for their validity.
- Instead, they adopt their own system of certification which is required by law.
- In some states a head rest is required by law with the barber chair for shaving.
- 1 is a 1955 jazz album by jazz trumpeter Louis Armstrong.
- Dreamsville Dreamsville is a studio album by jazz singer Stacey Kent.
- Back Hand Back Hand is the thirteenth album by jazz pianist Keith Jarrett.
- It was led by former Prime Minister Charan Singh.
- The party is led by former BYuT lawmaker Sviatoslav Oliynyk.
- A 9-member delegation led by former Speaker National Assembly Ch.
- Nunes was replaced by former UFC fighter George Roop.
- He was replaced by former Rainbow vocalist Ronnie James Dio.
- He was replaced by former New Kingston Trio member Bill Zorn.
- The identification is used by other national information systems.
- The site has also been used by other tribes, including the Cherokee.
- At times programs intentionally alter the memory used by other programs.
- There were 782 housing units at an average density of 71.2 per square mile (27.5/km²), of which 621 (85.9%) were owner-occupied, and 102 (14.1%) were occupied by renters.
- There were 9,649 housing units at an average density of 1,283.6 per square mile (495.6/km), of which 3,432 (39.2%) were owner-occupied, and 5,332 (60.8%) were occupied by renters.
- There were 7,410 housing units at an average density of 1,510.8 per square mile (583.3/km²), of which 5,204 (73.1%) were owner-occupied, and 1,911 (26.9%) were occupied by renters.
- Nowak is used by both male and female individuals.
- Services are used by both individuals and companies.
- RDX was used by both sides in World War II.
- It was designed by architects Purcell & Elmslie.
- It was designed by architects Wyatt & Nolting.
- It was designed by architects Buechner & Orth.
- Tarrant responded by saying: "I can't relate to it.
- Mac-Intosch responded by saying "I wouldn't say that.
- Ulrich responded by saying “I have heard about this, yes.
- Ham is soon followed by other rockets with various animals.
- Greeks, followed by other Europeans and others, began moving to the city.
- The Fort Lauderdale rally was followed by other protests across the country.
- The graphics and animation were praised by critics.
- Cast performances were also praised by critics.
- The series was highly praised by critics and fans alike.
- This is seen by many as an unattractive building.
- Swindon Town are seen by many as rivals, nicknamed 'Swindle' by City fans.
- He is seen by many as having been the greatest staying hurdler of all time.
- On March 3, 2014, Libušín was heavily damaged by fire.
- The building was badly damaged by fire in October 2016.
- On 10 March 2012, the castle was badly damaged by fire.
- It was struck by lightning in 1872, but not restored.
- His life ended when he was struck by lightning.
- A pilot develops super powers after being struck by lightning.
- The first building was regarded by many as inadequate.
- Tohei was well regarded by many instructors and students.
- Octavia Hill is regarded by many as the founder of modern social work.
- Andrew was soon replaced by another Andrew - A.J.
- That building was replaced by another in (1812, 1813–17?)
- Dumas was replaced by another black man, Samuel Armstead.
- It was followed by several further published works.
- This was followed by several additional works.
- This was followed by several commissions by Scottish Ballet.
- Many died every day, to be replaced by new arrivals.
- Olson was replaced by new closer Matt Mantei in 1999.
- In November 1992, "Fourscore" was replaced by new music.
- It was used by several szlachta families.
- The former Union premises are now used by several companies.
- By convention these features are identified on lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater midpoint that is closest to Wolf.
- By convention these features are identified on lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater midpoint that is closest to Heis.
- By convention these features are identified on lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater midpoint that is closest to Hall.
- He won the one-sided fight by unanimous decision.
- Ismail lost the fight by unanimous decision.
- Taleb won the fight by unanimous decision.
- Enright ended the season by winning his first All Star award.
- He started the 2012/13 season by winning the West Yorkshire Hurdle.
- Dementieva began her season by winning the ASB Classic in Auckland.
- The holotype male is with wings that are long by wide.
- The cargo compartment is long by wide by high.
- The site consists of a shell midden and is long by wide.
- is a live album by saxophonist Wayne Shorter released on Verve Records in 2002.
- is an album by saxophonist Sonny Criss recorded in 1966 and released on the Prestige label.
- Midnight Ramble (album) Midnight Ramble is a soul-jazz album by saxophonist Hank Crawford.
- In 2005, Puppet was founded by former CEO Luke Kanies.
- It was founded by former Oregon governor John Kitzhaber, M.D.
- It was founded by former prime minister Mihai-Răzvan Ungureanu.
- Chenglapattu is well connected by road and rail.
- Sheoraphuli is well connected by road and rail.
- Varavoor is well connected by road and rail.
- It received poor reviews and was panned by critics.
- "Self-Defense Training Camp" was panned by critics.
- "The Ladies Man" was heavily panned by critics.
- 17-20+ of them were executed by firing squad.
- Grossi was executed by firing squad on April 6, 1900 at 8 AM.
- Short was executed by firing squad on 4 October 1917 at Boulogne.
- Eusociality is used by all bees as a system to raise young.
- The Interchange is used by all bus companies that serve Doncaster.
- The side by side sets of restrooms still exist, but are used by all.
- The pub is mentioned by name in some of his books as well.
- A doctor mentioned by name was Onasilaos.
- There were many others mentioned by name, both Cypriot and French.
- This section was repealed by section 1 of, and the Schedule to, the Statute Law Revision Act 1871.
- This section was repealed by section 13 of, and Part I of Schedule 4 to, the Criminal Law Act 1967.
- It was created by writer Al Ewing and artist Richard Elson.
- It was created by writer John Arcudi and artist Doug Mahnke.
- He was created by writer J. M. DeMatteis and artist Don Perlin.
- He is currently portrayed by actor Barry Sloane.
- Kelly was portrayed by actor Matthew Settle in the telefilm.
- He was portrayed by actor Jon Pertwee.
- On 6 May 2010, he was sentenced to death by hanging.
- The 3 were given sentences of death by hanging.
- He was sentenced on January 15, 1952 to death by hanging.
- His character was played by actor Robert Wisden.
- Smith was played by actor Christopher Dingli.
- He is played by actor Masashi Nagadoi.
- His contract was terminated by mutual consent a day later.
- His contract was terminated by mutual consent in August 2006.
- On 29 May 2017, his contract was terminated by mutual consent.
- A man has committed suicide by jumping in front of the train.
- In 1985, his mother committed suicide by jumping under a train.
- He commits suicide by jumping against the weapons of some Bedouin.
- The name was used by various rulers of Parthian Empire.
- The stadium was opened in 1978 and has been used by various Gomel-based clubs.
- 2 Group, the B-25 was used by various second-line RAF units in the UK and abroad.
- Breaking any of the rules is punishable by death.
- Poaching aurochs was made a crime punishable by death.
- Starting in April 1942, evasion of "Baudienst" service was punishable by death.
- L4 cache is shared by all processors in the book.
- Damn shame the enthusiasm for the book not shared by all."
- It probes the feelings shared by all.
- This arrangement was also used by most other large Garratts.
- 6), currently used by most horn students studying at an advanced level.
- This is the personal pronunciation used by most Halleys living in London today.
- This list is arranged alphabetically by surname:
- This list is arranged alphabetically by surname.
- Entries for each day are listed alphabetically by surname.
- The industry is served by several railway stations.
- Fredericton is also served by several taxi companies.
- Sea passenger transport is served by several coastal ferries.
- 1) #28, in the last story written by series creator William Moulton Marston.
- The episode was written by series co-creator Dan Goor and directed by Jamie Babbit.
- It was written by series regular Cherry Chevapravatdumrong and directed by Brian Iles.
- It is often used by local paleontology classes.
- This fish is used by local peoples as bait.
- The islands are a popular camp site used by local cottagers.
- His father's funeral was attended by many men in uniforms.
- His funeral was a large public event, attended by many dignitaries.
- It was attended by many incarnate tulkus, monks, and state dignitaries.
- Azerbaijan is nearly surrounded by mountains.
- Haymond is located in a narrow valley surrounded by mountains.
- The place is surrounded by mountains.
- The ACT Memorial was designed by local Canberra artist Matthew Harding.
- The new building was designed by local Burlington architect Vernon Lewis.
- The war memorial was designed by local architect, Percy Stone (1856–1934).
- He left the club by mutual consent in January 2012.
- On 15 January 2018, he left the club by mutual consent.
- On 13 June 2014, Gueye left the club by mutual consent.
- Minor fittings, such as the handrails, were replaced by more GWR styles.
- Later, Ekran satellites were replaced by more advanced Ekran-M series satellites.
- It remained in use until 1902 when replaced by more modern Breech Loading (BL) guns.
- Most of the major towns and settlements are served by trains.
- Bojonegoro is well served by trains operated by PT Kereta Api Indonesia.
- Springfield is served by trains operating to and from Springfield Central.
- Each year it is attended by more than 1500 people.
- The second marathon in 2011 was attended by more than 1,000 runners.
- The black-tie event was attended by more than 1000 spectators and VIPs.
- Thereafter, he was known by many as General Duff Green.
- It is known by many names, including or ; , or ; and or .
- The island is known by many names.
- This operetta was followed by many other stage works.
- In this he has been followed by many more recent works.
- This was followed by many more awards, including the Reichel Prize, in 1919.
- as the critics were not taken by surprise this time.
- Although taken by surprise, he killed the first.
- The Indians were taken by surprise and had not evacuated.
- Soni is a lastname used by people who are jewelers.
- Some of the plants are used by people.
- This strategic site has been used by people ever since prehistoric times.
- Rayner ended the review by saying, "Get over the guilt and give in to the pleasure."
- The critic concluded the review by saying that, "On the whole, Nanu Ki Jaanu is an extremely poor show."
- Palmer-Geaves finished the review by saying: "Christmas album or not, Steps are still as relevant as they ever were".
- It is taken by mouth, or less commonly by injection.
- The substance is red-brown liquid that is taken by mouth.
- It is taken by mouth for up to a few weeks.
- After Bach After Bach is a solo album by pianist Brad Mehldau.
- is an album by pianist Barry Harris recorded in 1969 and released on the Prestige label.
- is an album by pianist Barry Harris recorded in 1968 and released on the Prestige label.
- She is coached by former racewalker Brent Vallance.
- He was coached by former world champion Dwight Phillips.
- Tennessee out manned unranked Memphis coached by former Vol Tommy West.
- It is a non-profit organization limited by guarantee.
- The charity is a company limited by guarantee.
- WRAP was established in 2000 as a company limited by guarantee.
- The Gary System was adopted by other school districts across the United States.
- Both of these innovations were generally adopted by other cities, including San Francisco.
- EFTPOS technology originated in the United States in 1981 and was adopted by other countries.
- On 26 March 2005, Hester died by suicide, aged 46.
- In February 2014, Wayne Gardner died by suicide.
- Her husband died by suicide on January 13, 2014.
- They were joined by other troops, and began to fire at the head of the French column.
- Pigs were resident for nearly 250 years and in later times, were joined by other tenants of low repute.
- Baddega and his son Krishna III arrived at Vemulavada, where they were probably joined by other enemies of Govinda.
- Most of the perpetrators were executed by hanging.
- Kasab was executed by hanging in 2012..
- He was sentenced to death and executed by hanging in October 1946.
- These were followed by more De Dion-style vehicles until 1904.
- This message may be followed by more extensive edits to this article.
- Each relocation is followed by more fluctuations within the new closed volume.
- This was achieved by using the low-density but stiff Gaboon plywood.
- This is achieved by using a tubular reactor with an oxygen-selective membrane.
- Increases in effectiveness and UV intensity can be achieved by using reflection.
- The song has been recorded by many other musicians.
- The song has been recorded by many well known performers.
- The song is now considered a standard, recorded by many artists.
- In 2001, Bell made history by becoming the first male president of the denomination.
- She made history by becoming the first African to win the Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship.
- On 1 September 2009, Azizan making history by becoming the first Chief of Defence Forces from RMAF.
- The march is supported by many organisations.
- It is further supported by many consulates located throughout Canada.
- The MRC format is supported by many of the software packages listed in .
- Both were designed by noted architect James Gandon.
- It was designed by noted armory architect Joseph F. Kuntz.
- The wing was designed by noted post-modern architect Michael Graves.
- Jalapa won their second league championship by defeating Guatemalan great C.S.D.
- FC Vorkuta won their first championship by defeating Scarborough SC in a penalty shootout.
- They won their third national championship by defeating Arkansas in the 2018 College World Series.
- It was calculated by adding together each rider's times on each stage, then applying bonuses.
- The total energy of a system can be calculated by adding up all forms of energy in the system.
- The general classification was calculated by adding each cyclist's finishing times on each stage.
- All three were arrested by police about an hour later.
- Weldy was later arrested by police.
- However, he ends up getting arrested by police for causing a scene.
- The town plan is typified by large squares and straight, wide streets that cross each other perpendicularly.
- This climatic region is typified by large seasonal temperature differences, with warm to hot (and often humid) summers and cold (sometimes severely cold) winters.
- It is a small village surrounded by water in all the sides.
- Vettom gram panjayath is surrounded by water on all borders.
- Hecataeus of Miletus believed the Earth was flat and surrounded by water.
- The presidential term lasts for 5 years, and is elected by majority, with a second round if no candidate receives a majority in the first round.
- The council is made up of 8 council members, who were elected by majority vote at the municipal election held on 7 June 2009, and the honorary mayor as chairman.
- The council is made up of 6 council members, who were elected by majority vote at the municipal election held on 7 June 2009, and the honorary mayor as chairman.
- Only 84.8km2 remains as rainforest and 81.2km2 is covered by water.
- Its area is 17.924 hectares, 8872 hectares of which is covered by water.
- If the ice melted, the interior bedrock below sea level would be covered by water.
- This system has been adopted by many fat feminists.
- A term adopted by many users of psychiatric services is "consumer."
- DECT was developed by ETSI but has since been adopted by many countries all over the World.
- This effort was reportedly headed by former NATO official Brian Sayers.
- It was headed by former Secretary Virgilio "Ver" Peña and the Committee was chaired by Atty.
- The investment company, headed by former U.S. Navy Secretary John Lehman, operated the yard from 2006 until 2010.
- The song has been covered by many artists.
- It has been covered by many musicians in several different styles.
- The story was covered by many major news networks, including BBC, CNN, ABC News, and Fox News.
- He committed suicide by hanging on 31 December 1914.
- Podzimek committed suicide by hanging on 17 May 1994.
- He had committed suicide by hanging himself with his belt.
- Despite the presence of a jury, it was not "trial by jury".
- There is no presumption of innocence; there is trial by jury; trials are open.
- Modern democracies owe a debt to Greek beliefs in government by the people, trial by jury, and equality under the law.
- The species is fully protected by law.
- They are all protected by law.
- However, the title, not being protected by law, was adopted by quacks.
- The initiative was approved by voters in November 2012.
- All three proposals were approved by voters.
- The amendment was approved by voters in a statewide referendum.