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1 That culture reached its zenith during the tenth to 16th centuries, when the Rapa Nui carved and erected some 900 moai across the island.
2 unvaried pall of cloud muffled the whole expanse of sky from zenith to horizon.
3 That which is on high at the summit, at the crest, at the zenith, that which sends down so much light on the earth, sees but little, sees badly, sees not at all?
4 WHEN, a few years ago, word came that British bird lovers anxious about the decline of the house sparrow had appointed a sparrow tsar, it seemed that the tsar vogue must have reached its zenith.
5 He has crawled in the huge bureaucratic machinery for several decades, till to zenith, where he kicked this machinery aside though, and the falling down of this machinery also means his falling.
6 The full fisheye frame shows everything above the horizon, including a lamp-illuminated landscape around the edges, and the zenith of the sky directly overhead.
7 empire reached its zenith in 117 AD, when the emperor Trajan ruled from Rome and months-long gladiator games were held to celebrate the city's glory.
8 By the 13th century when the Aztec swept into central Mexico, the once teeming city—which reached its zenith around a.d. 400—had been long since abandoned by its mysterious builders.
9 occultation of the star by the Moon is observed in the zenith at the Earth's equator.
10 A star precipitated with great apparent velocity across the firmament from Vega in the Lyre above the zenith beyond the stargroup of the Tress of Berenice towards the zodiacal sign of Leo.
11 This Kuwaiti landmark will therefore place more mass and usable space near its zenith compared to other towers, says Kuhne, to avoid the structure having too thin and flexible a tip.
12 He is a powerful disabler, able to afflict all soft of curse onto an enemy and has achieved the zenith of demon magics.
13 It combines the established Zenith bagger and new C1 multihead weigher, mounted on the bagger itself with no requirement for a supporting gantry, thereby reducing floor space requirements.
14 Xizhi wrote 28 lines with 324 characters in 353 AD March 3, that was "Orchid Pavilion" known as "zenith of cursive script", which combined with the bar code, with a strong modern.
15 About this time every year, with the fall marathon season at its zenith, racers in training begin to hear the refrain, "you are going to ruin your knees."
16 The Delors Commission between 1985 and 1994 marked the zenith of this sort of integrationist zeal.
17 It also tells me, however, that we are reaching a zenith and that soon the public will tire of police procedurals," he writes in an E-mail.
18 The day was glorious, the sun climbing toward its zenith, moths and butterflies spangling the flower gardens, the breeze sweetened with a scent of the South.
19 Victoria's reign was marked by a great expansion of the British Empire; during this period it reached its zenith, becoming the foremost Global Power of the time.
20 The zenith of that project was 40 years ago today on July 20th 1969, when Neil Armstrong stepped out of Apollo 11’s lunar module onto the Sea of Tranquillity, and promptly fluffed his lines.
21 In many fields (music, literature) elite performers need 20 or 30 years' experience before hitting their zenith.
22 The zenith of that project was 40 years ago on July 20th 1969, when Neil Armstrong stepped out of Apollo 11's lunar module onto the Sea of Tranquillity, and promptly fluffed his lines.
23 July 19th Zenith Optimedia, a big advertising agency, sharply upgraded its influential annual forecast of AD spending.
24 There is none: Zenith was bought by South Korea's LG Electronics in July. foreign-made.
25 This two-fold maneuver had mixed results: the new name was successful and its friendly logo became instantly pronounceable and familiar all around the world, but Zenith never regained its past glory.
26 In 2012, three years after the trough of the latest economic downturn, Zenith Optimedia now expects advertising spending to grow by 5.3%, ie, below the trend rate of growth.
27 The Dutch art market, at its zenith, collapsed.
28 Zenith predicts the U.S. ad market will grow just 0.7% next year.
29 But he clasped both his hands over his breast, and cast his eyes towards the zenith.
30 Of 81 piers round the British coast at their zenith, in 1908, 26 have gone.