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  • A circumstance occurred during the action which so strongly marks the invincible spirit of British seamen, when engaging the enemies of their country, that I cannot resist the pleasure I have in making it known to their Lordships; the Temeraire was boarded by accident; or design, by a French ship on one side, and a Spaniard on the other; the contest was vigorous, but, in the end the combined ensigns were torn from the poop and the British hoisted in their places.
  • Wikipedia: HMS Temeraire (1798)
  • A number of natural branched DNA structures were known at the time, including the DNA replication fork and the mobile Holliday junction, but Seeman's insight was that immobile nucleic acid junctions could be created by properly designing the strand sequences to remove symmetry in the assembled molecule, and that these immobile junctions could in principle be combined into rigid crystalline lattices.
  • Wikipedia: DNA nanotechnology
  • A streak effect, in which a beauty pass of the ship was combined with blurred passes for each light intensity, was tried first.
  • Wikipedia: Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
  • A third study concept, the 747-700X, would have combined the wing of the 747-600X with a widened fuselage, allowing it to carry 650 passengers over the same range as a 747-400.
  • Wikipedia: Boeing 747
  • According to Louisiana Agriculture Commissioner Bob Odom, the combined effects of Hurricane Earl, Tropical Storm Frances, and Tropical Storm Hermine caused $420 million in direct and indirect losses for Louisiana farmers.
  • Wikipedia: Tropical Storm Hermine (1998)
  • After about 379,000 years the electrons and nuclei combined into atoms (mostly hydrogen); hence the radiation decoupled from matter and continued through space largely unimpeded.
  • Wikipedia: Big Bang
  • Although throughout the 1860s and 1870s the Royal Navy was still in many respects superior to its potential rivals, by the early 1880s widespread concern about the threat from France and Germany culminated in the Naval Defence Act which promulgated the idea of a 'two-power standard', that Britain should possess as many ships as the next two navies combined.
  • Wikipedia: Ironclad warship
  • Annals and chronicles recount history, normally written from the perspective of a particular altepetl (locally based polity) and often combining mythical accounts with real events.
  • Wikipedia: Nahuatl
  • Atoms can also combine to create materials that do not consist of discrete molecules, including crystals and liquid or solid metals.
  • Wikipedia: Atom
  • Buckner vetoed 60 of these special interest bills, more than had been vetoed by the previous ten governors combined.
  • Wikipedia: Simon Bolivar Buckner
  • By combining separate key light and fill light passes, optical effects could generate any amount of contrast they wanted without causing spillage.
  • Wikipedia: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
  • By May 2012 the combined journalist staff at all of Philadelphia Media Network was about 320 and some of the same stories and photographs appear both in The Inquirer and Daily News.
  • Wikipedia: The Philadelphia Inquirer
  • Chou adds its unique sound features into his work, and he combine this Chinese element with western pop musical features.
  • Wikipedia: Jay Chou
  • Contesting 45 of the 47 seats, the LM commanded almost a fifth (18.2 per cent) of the vote in the lower house and the combined non-Labor forces gained 50.8 per cent of the two-party-preferred total.
  • Wikipedia: Liberal Movement (Australia)
  • DHL Aviation and its affiliated companies, DHL Air UK, DHL Latin America, European Air Transport Leipzig, and Blue Dart Aviation, combined operate over 40 cargo 757s of various types.
  • Wikipedia: Boeing 757
  • Further north along the Continental Divide, a short portion of the combined Continental and Laurentian divides separate the Columbia watershed from the MacKenzie-Slave-Athabasca watershed, which empties into the Arctic Ocean.
  • Wikipedia: Columbia River
  • If withdrawal bleeding is not desired, combined hormonal contraceptives may be taken continuously, although this increases the risk of breakthrough bleeding.
  • Wikipedia: Menstrual cycle
  • In 1917, Allied operations were threatened when horse feed rations were reduced after German submarine activity restricted supplies of oats from North America, combined with poor Italian harvests.
  • Wikipedia: Horses in World War I
  • In 451 he led a combined army, including his former enemy the Visigoths, against the Huns at the Battle of the Catalaunian Plains, beating them so soundly that although they later sacked Concordia, Altinum, Mediolanum, Ticinum, and Patavium, they never again directly threatened Rome.
  • Wikipedia: Campaign history of the Roman military
  • Many reporters believed that the Cardinals had not played up to their usual standard, and much of the blame was directed at Rolen, Edmonds and Reggie Sanders, three of the Cardinals' best hitters, who had combined for one hit in 39 at bats in the series.
  • Wikipedia: 2004 World Series
  • On 20 June the combined French force, over 60,000 strong, lifted the siege.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Albuera
  • Once again, Pei sought to combine new design elements with the classical aesthetic most appropriate for the location of the building.
  • Wikipedia: I. M. Pei
  • One image was designated as red (814 nm), the second as green (606 nm) and the third as blue (450 nm), and the three images were combined to give a colour image.
  • Wikipedia: Hubble Deep Field
  • Philip then descended to the city of Abydos, which was held by a combined Pergamese and Rhodian garrison.
  • Wikipedia: Cretan War
  • Rather than try to match and combine camera pans of each element, each component was shot with a static camera and the pan was added to the resulting composite by a motion control camera.
  • Wikipedia: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home