Nevertheless, it is clear that the globalenergydemand for air-conditioning will growsubstantially as nationsbecomemoreaffluent, with the consequences of climate changepotentiallyaccelerating the demand.
Since 1993, the United States has twicehelpedset upspecialantinarcoticsforces here, only to watch their commandersbecomeembroiled in the drugtradethemselves.
Kelvin Ruiz, 19, lives in JacksonHeights, Queens, in the district of another antitoll senator, Hiram Monserrate. Mr. Ruiz, who hopes to become a policeman, attends school at JohnJayCollege in Manhattan and works at a gift shop in RockefellerCenter.
Rarely (in cases which trouble us all) our newtoolsfindthemselvesapplied to bodies which in any priorhumanera would have becomeapneic in seconds, pulseless in minutes, rigid in hours, and putrid in days [ … ] .
If the major thermosensory neuron, AFD, is ablated, mostanimalsbecome athermotactic, that is, they will moverandomly on a temperaturegradient [ …]
My narcoticsanonymoussponsorbecame my best friend when I finally was able to do somethingabout my methproblem.
Soon it becameclear that she was stalling to give him time to get away.
Hebecame the standard-bearer for their causebecause of his celebrity.
Alaska didn't attainstatehood until 1959 when it became the 49th state of the United States.
Chatto (1860–1934) was a ChiricahuaApache subchief who laterbecame an ApacheScout.
When the BigEastaddedsixmoreteams in 2004, it became a 16-team superconference.
As the result of a childhoodinjury, Larry Kimbrough became both a switch hitter and a switch pitcher, and he carried those abilities all the way to the only major leaguesavailable to a blackballplayer in the early1940s: the NegroLeague
But as I continued to advance, the noiseincreased, and becamelike the hissing of an enormoustea-urn
Must a corporationissue a newsrelease if it becomesaware that materialinside information has leakedout? "It should make an immediateannouncement,"
The person is corrupted by the introsusception of a nature which becomesevilthereby. — Coleridge.
Scapin, Rusty Magee's musicalization of Moliere's 1670 Les Fourberies de Scapin, is an adaptationtrue to its source: this slightfarcebecomes an evenslightermusical.
Some of the onomatopes were given with the notations of their respectivesounds as they appear to the Indianear; thus, the sound of the plane and drawing-knife (s-s-s) becomes the root siu [ …]
Here are the intricatelycoloreddiscs and paperstrips of images that needed only deviceslike a zoetrope or phenakistiscope to becomeanimatedspectacles: a horse will jump through a hoop; a sailor will blow a bubble that becomes the moon.