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1. The presenter for Meridian was a great guy.
2. This was a busy night for the Cult of Meridian.
3. Class, 50 Copies "Water Lily" for Meridian, Miss.
4. Governing Meridian with the intention of releasing.
5. How cool was that? Meridian promised to come back.
6. Meridian, a first, Report on the establishment of, 222.
7. Cape Thaddeus is situated on the opposite meridian to.

8. Meridian and all other meridians, it provides the most.
9. England, is designated the prime meridian, and all points.
10. ITV Meridian News heard of the local miracle story of.
11. Fomalhaut comes to the Meridian, only 17° from the horizon, at.
12. She was in southern Mississippi in Meridian endorsing her products.
13. The car slid across the rain-slicked grass meridian and into oncom-.
14. Musculotendinous meridian shou-shao-yin related to the meridian of.
15. The meridian system, chartered by Chinese acupuncture, can be consid-.
16. Musculotendinous meridian tsu-tsie-yin related to the meridian of the.
17. Musculotendinous meridian tsu-shao-yin related to the meridian of the.
18. Musculotendinous meridian tsu-thai-yin, related to the meridian of the.
19. Musculotendinous meridian shou-tai-yin, related to the meridian of the.
20. Scotland professing that the meridian should run through the Great Pyramid.
21. Liver meridian blockage in the local area (genital) interferes with normal.
22. Meridian tapping is one such method that is freely available for us to use.
23. Terror in fully active condition on the 167th meridian at latitude 77° 32'.
24. In qigong fashion, I used the fingers and toes for meridian and organ diagnosis.
25. An hour later the FBI and Police Department of Meridian came knocking on the door.
26. The monk felt strong pulses, especially the one associated with the heart meridian.
27. Such hot haste and burning zeal must consume to ashes before the meridian is turned.
28. In 1838 the American Wilkes advanced as far as the 69th parallel on the 100th meridian.
29. All these question are to ensure that the correct meridian point and herbs which will be.
30. SIDE OF EYE – This is your temple area and corresponds with the gall bladder meridian.
31. The Shenandoah crossed the equator near the thirtieth Meridian on October 11, heading north.
32. The time zone offset might also be indicated by the letter Z, representing the zero meridian.
33. If you do catch yourself out feeling or thinking negatively just use the meridian tapping technique.
34. In the very meridian of the night’s enjoyment, about an hour after tea, a rap was heard at the door.
35. KARATE CHOP – This is the inside side of your hands and corresponds to the smal intestine meridian.
36. COLLARBONE – This is 2 inches below the top of the col arbone and corresponds with the kidney meridian.
37. Then, there was this unidentified surveillance team he and Dean had seen near the Meridian Company warehouse.
38. Acupuncture focuses on the Qi that flows throughout the body; it flows through points known as meridian points.
39. A 200-foot Meridian sat on curved metal scaffolding while two crews of two welded on aft sections of the black hull.
40. The offset is calculated from the time at the zero meridian in Greenwich, England, using the TIMEZONE= system option.
41. He followed this by doing the same thing with the colon and index finger, again transmitting qi through the meridian.
42. Be advise that me and Stryker are about to go out of the car and infiltrate on foot the area of the Meridian warehouse.
43. It then travels through a meridian (which would appear to it to be a tunnel) in the template body and exits out of the head.
44. Not surprisingly, it was shown to be parked again at nearly the same spot in the port area, near the Meridian Company warehouse.
45. That same year the American Morrel, whose reports are dubious, went along the 42nd meridian, finding open sea at latitude 70° 14'.
46. The sun had nearly reached the meridian, and his scorching rays fell full on the rocks, which seemed themselves sensible of the heat.
47. We're in longitude 137° 15' west of the meridian of Paris, and latitude 30° 7' north, in other words, about 300 miles from the shores of Japan.
48. The time offset is always going to be displayed as +0000, because the resulting time display is the time at the zero meridian in Greenwich, England.
49. The time offset is always going to be displayed as +00:00, because the resulting time display is the time at the zero meridian in Greenwich, England.
50. The offset is calculated from the time at the zero meridian in Greenwich, England, and the resulting SAS time value will be the time at the zero meridian.
51. That same year a humble seal fisherman, the Englishman Weddell, went as far as latitude 72° 14' on the 35th meridian, and as far as 74° 15' on the 36th.
52. Lambert addressed the House of Representatives upon the expediency of establishing a first meridian for the United States at their permanent seat of Government.
53. Congress would fix upon the place most proper for a first meridian; and, perhaps, as Washington was the seat of Government, it would be as proper a place as any.
54. The offset is calculated from the time at the zero meridian in Greenwich, England, and the resulting SAS datetime value will be the datetime at the zero meridian.
55. The time offset is a plus (for time zones east of the zero meridian) or a minus (for time zones west of the meridian), followed by the offset time represented as hhmm.
56. The time offset is a plus (for time zones east of the zero meridian) or a minus (for time zones west of the meridian), followed by the offset time represented as hh:mm.
57. The ancient Greek geographers placed their first meridian to pass through one of the islands, which were by them called the Fortunate Islands, since called the Canaries.
58. As well might gentlemen tell us that total darkness prevails at noon-day, or that the sun, in his meridian splendor, affords neither light nor heat to any part of this globe.
59. And for this purpose, to prevent collisions, until the difference should be settled, instructions were given that no surveys should be made west of a meridian passing by Nachitoches.
60. The offset is calculated from the time at the zero meridian in Greenwich, England, and the resulting SAS time value will be the time of the local SAS session, based on the system clock.
61. The first thing that met his eye was the meridian, drawn by the abbe on the wall, by which he calculated the time; then he saw the remains of the bed on which the poor prisoner had died.
62. On January 17, 1773, the famous Captain Cook went along the 38th meridian, arriving at latitude 67° 30'; and on January 30, 1774, along the 109th meridian, he reached latitude 71° 15'.
63. He calmly took out his Russian passport, security guard permit, Interpol-approved weapons carrying permit and an employment contract from the Meridian Company, handing them to Karamanlis.
64. The abbot held one hand near an organ and his other hand touched a finger or toe that related to that organ and the meridian channel through which the qi flowed to and from the given organ.
65. The time offset is a plus (for time zones east of the zero meridian) or a minus (for time zones west of the meridian), followed by the offset time represented as hhmm, all without delimiters.
66. This is followed by the time offset, which is a plus (for time zones east of the zero meridian) or a minus (for time zones west of the meridian), followed by the offset time represented as hhmm.
67. This is followed by the time offset, which is a plus (for time zones east of the zero meridian) or a minus (for time zones west of the meridian), followed by the offset time represented as hh:mm.
68. You’re probably aware that the most well formulated theory of the Living Matrix is the Chinese Meridian system which is a network for carrying electromagnetic (life force) energy around the body.
69. Heyward watched the sun, as he darted his meridian rays through the branches of the trees, and pined for the moment when the policy of Magua should change their route to one more favorable to his hopes.
70. By such an institution, means may be adopted not only to fix the first meridian, but to ascertain a great number of other astronomical facts and occurrences through the vigilance of a complete astronomer.
71. Contrasting with the lack of other security guards or watchmen around the other warehouses in the port, that constituted one indicator by itself that the Meridian warehouse contained some very valuable goods.
72. After establishing rapport by conversing with the young man for a while, Francis asked him to lie on his back on the teal vinyl treatment table, over which the doctor could view his meridian wall charts easily.
73. The time offset is a plus (for time zones east of the zero meridian) or a minus (for time zones west of the meridian), followed by the offset time represented as hhmm, all without delimiters, as this is a basic ISO format.
74. Practitioners of medical qigong, unlike acupuncturists, often take the twelve pulses by placing one hand near the organ being diagnosed while the other hand lightly grasps the fingertip or toe associated with that organ meridian.
75. So, swinging his seated form to the roll of the ship, and with his astrological-looking instrument placed to his eye, he remained in that posture for some moments to catch the precise instant when the sun should gain its precise meridian.
76. The Sun had set about ten minutes ago, with twilight due in another fifteen minutes, forcing Erik to switch from his regular binoculars to a large portable night vision telescope in order to continue watching from a distance the Meridian Company warehouse.
77. His journal had been so long suspended, that it was considered as virtually relinquished; his health was undermined by repeated attacks of illness, and science and society had to lament his sudden departure, when he had scarcely attained the meridian of life.
78. Most of the information on the charts was securely placed in the memory bank of his head, but once in a great while, there was a fine detail of information, a small point along a particular meridian pathway perhaps, which the charts could help Francis find easily.
79. In more modern times, however, most of the European nations, and particularly England and France, have established a first meridian to pass through the capital, or some place in their respective countries, and to which they have lately adapted their charts and astronomical tables.
80. Chalcedony, carnelian, agate, amethyst, prehnite, zeolite, chabasie, stilbite, and analcime, have been found nearly in the same place; and it may not be amiss to observe, that this spot is distant from Deerfield Academy about one mile, and bears from the same, by a true meridian, E.
81. The exact longitude of any place in the United States being ascertained from the meridian of the observatory at Greenwich, in England, a meridian with which we have been conversant, it would not be difficult to adapt all our maps, charts, and astronomical tables, to the meridian of such a place.
82. Next, with the patient in the deeply relaxed state typical during such a treatment, the doctor placed his right hand above the lungs of the young man lying on the treatment table and took the thumb of the patient in his left hand and began transmitting qi along the meridian from the lungs to the thumb.
83. On approaching this point, from which the northern coasts of Europe, Asia, and America, and every part of them, will bear south of him, nothing can possibly assist him in determining his course, and keeping on the right meridian of his destined place, but a correct knowledge of the time: and yet no means of ascertaining that time will be afforded him.
84. Pitkin observed that the object of the committee was to have a first meridian established for the United States, from which computations of longitude might be generally made, that maps, charts, and nautical tables, might not, as heretofore, be calculated from the observatory at Greenwich, or from the varying points of Philadelphia, New York, Washington, or Charleston.
85. It was hardly to be doubted, that several vessels reported to have encountered, at such or such a time, or on such or such a meridian, a Sperm Whale of uncommon magnitude and malignity, which whale, after doing great mischief to his assailants, had completely escaped them; to some minds it was not an unfair presumption, I say, that the whale in question must have been no other than Moby Dick.
86. The committee are, therefore, of opinion that, in order to lay a foundation for the establishment of a first meridian in this Western hemisphere, the President of the United States should be authorized to cause the longitude of the city of Washington, from the observatory at Greenwich, in England, to be ascertained with the greatest possible degree of accuracy; and that he also be authorized, for that purpose, to procure the necessary astronomical instruments.
87. That the memorialist states that, for the purpose of laying a foundation for the establishment of a first meridian for the United States of America, at the seat of Government, he has made calculations to determine the longitude of the Capitol, in the City of Washington, from Greenwich Observatory, in England; and that he submits the same, together with the data and elements on which his calculations are made, to the consideration and patronage of the National Legislature.
88. O ye Tars and Sea-Artists, Craftsmen and Sons of Apollo—here I indicated the rude Drummers and Musicians to flatter ’em—do not conclude from your late Success that Fortune always will be favourable! She will not always give you the Protection of Lancelot and his Merry Men! She will not always faithfully follow you across the perilous Seas! Remember, the Sun rises, comes to its meridian Height, and stays not there upon the Height, but at once begins to decline.
89. A fast vessel with auxiliary steam power, leaving the meridian of the Cape of Good Hope on the first of January, would reach Sydney in Australia in forty days, adding twenty days for incidental interruptions, and leaving the coast of Australia on the first of March, passing through the whaling ground between New Zealand and New Holland, and the Caroline Group, touching at Ponape, and allowing 30 days for incidental interruptions, would reach the Ladrone Islands by the first of June.
90. It would perhaps have been fortunate for the science of geography and navigation, that all nations had agreed upon a first meridian, from which all geographers and navigators might have calculated longitude; but as this has not been done, and in all probability never will take place, the committee are of opinion that, situated as we are in this Western hemisphere, more than three thousand miles from any fixed or known meridian, it would be proper, in a national point of view, to establish a first meridian for ourselves; and that measures should be taken for the eventual establishment of such a meridian in the United States.
91. Meridian, which begins in the center of the upper lip,.

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