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“American Telecommunications Industries was born in the 1920s as the outgrowth of an investment in several small local telephone companies.”
“THE HYBRID CORN STUDY AND THE RISE OF THE DIFFUSION PARADIGM Although several preparadigmatic diffusion studies had been completed during the 1920s and 1930s, the Ryan and Gross 1943 investigation of the diffusion of hybrid seed corn, more than any other study, influenced the methodology, theoretical framework, and interpretations of later students in the rural sociology tradition, and in other research traditions.”
“A member of the bear team assigned to handle bears that clashed with visitors gave them a lift partway up the famous Going to the Sun Road that cut through some of the most scenic country in the park, a road made in the 1920s and '30s, when labor was cheap and so was wilderness.”
“Beyond a huge, sprawling manor built in — no, decorated to look like it was built in — the 1920s is a shimmering pack of cars parked on the grass, each one chromed and accessorized.”
“The yogurt came in blue Chinese jars, and the unhomogenized milk came in bottles just like we used to have in the United States in the 1920s and 1930s.”
“It was built in the 1920s by a timber baron named Victor Butler.”
“Al-Qaeda not only drove the Sunni tribes into a quite unexpected alliance with the Americans; around the same time the terrorist organization made another error that was to anger its allies in other Sunni insurgent groups, such as the 1920s Brigade and Islamic Army of Iraq, by killing some of their leaders.”
“All kinds of valuables, they say — back in the 1920s — just before he died, when he was a little tetched in the head.”
“However, the economic chaos and narrow nationalism existing there during the 1920s and early 1930s, along with a strong attachment to the craft-production traditions, prevented them from spreading very far.”
“Professor Girouard is concerned to present a history of the architectural evolution of English country houses from the castle and fortified dwellings of the High Middle Ages to the last brave flourish of Sir Edwin Lutyens in the 1920s and 1930s.”
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