The United States had more industrial accidents than any other industrialized country at the turn of the century
, killing 35,000 workers and maiming 500,000 others every year.
derived principally at the turn of the century
from the idealized history of Ethiopia itself.
It was just before the turn of the century
, in Russia.
At the turn of the century
, a $1 gallon of syrup yielded $6.
If you were to mention "old-growth"to a Pacific Northwest logger around the turn of the century
, he might have assumed you were referring to the luxuriant mustache that was a hallmark of his trade-along with "tin pants" held up by galluses (suspenders to city folk), and calk (spiked) boots.
Indeed, written accounts from the turn of the century
indicate the Sonoran tribes enjoyed remarkably good health.
based Turn of the Century
(TOTC), which performs onsite inspections of dealer facilities.
In her study of the Russian women's movement at the turn of the century
Linda Edmundson has raised an issue pertinent to historians of Poland.
From Reconstruction to the turn of the century
, the focus of African American discussions of property shifted from the issue of owning the self to placing more emphasis on owning and protecting from white violence and appropriation the forms of property that granted access to socioeconomic gain and political entitlement.
This ambitious exhibition, organized by the Moderna Museet's Cecilia Widenheim, brings together art, architecture, design, photography, and film in a panoramic survey of this (apparently) all-encompassing development from the turn of the century
to 1960, when promotion of the social-democratic utopia reached its zenith.
The system was constructed at the turn of the century
to supply high-pressure water to fight fires.
The city also has a long time to plan for the next turn of the century
, turn of the millennium bash.
At no time since the rise of unions at the turn of the century
She estimates there were 350,000 cocaine and opiate addicts in the United States at the turn of the century
, when the population was about 76 million.
Abram-a staunch Christian and the only known teetotaler in the Reynolds family-did give up his tobacco business shortly after the turn of the century