But the amount of denudation which the strata have in many places suffered, independently of the rate of accumulation of the degraded matter, probably offers the best evidence of the lapse of time.
I have made these few remarks because it is highly important for us to gain some notion, however imperfect, of the lapse of years.
Although each formation may mark a very long lapse of years, each perhaps is short compared with the period requisite to change one species into another.
It is an excellent lesson to reflect on the ascertained amount of migration of the inhabitants of Europe during the Glacial period, which forms only a part of one whole geological period; and likewise to reflect on the great changes of level, on the inordinately great change of climate, on the prodigious lapse of time, all included within this same glacial period.
Many instances could be given of beds only a few feet in thickness, representing formations, elsewhere thousands of feet in thickness, and which must have required an enormous period for their accumulation; yet no one ignorant of this fact would have suspected the vast lapse of time represented by the thinner formation.
That the Trust was to lapse
, and that the young gentleman was to receive the twenty thousand pounds on the day when he came of age, in the month of February, eighteen hundred and fifty.
There were many such whispers as these in circulation; but the truth appears to be that, after the lapse of some five years (during which there is no direct evidence of her having been seen at all), two wretched people were more than once observed to crawl at dusk from the inmost recesses of St Giles's, and to take their way along the streets, with shuffling steps and cowering shivering forms, looking into the roads and kennels as they went in search of refuse food or disregarded offal.
Under this title the Marchioness repaired, in tears, to the school of his selection, from which, as she soon distanced all competitors, she was removed before the lapse of many quarters to one of a higher grade.
Sounding almost all the harmonies of the modern lyre, he has, perhaps as a matter of course, some of the faults also, the "spasmodic" and other lapses
, which from age to age, in successive changes of taste, have been the "defects" of excellent good "qualities.
It guarantees that the policy will not default, even if the cash surrender value falls to zero or below, provided the NLG cumulative premium test performed at the point of lapse
is met and policy debt does not exceed the policy value.
The amendment would allow the use of low-level lapse
rates in calculating reserves for the secondary or no-lapse
The proposed regulations generally address the Federal income tax consequences as to the issuance, exercise, lapse
and conversion of certain call options, warrants, convertible debt and convertible equity issued by partnerships, not in connection with the performance of services (i.
He most likely didn't have proof she was a senior citizen so he charged her the penalty for letting her license lapse
,'' said East Valley Shelter Capt.
The policy gives buyers a flexible lapse
protection guarantee, which allows them to select the death benefit guarantee period that best suits their individual needs.
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