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Byfield was loaned out to Preston North End in November 1998, and scored on his debut at Deepdale on 7 November, in a 4–1 win over Burnley. He played four further Second Division games for David Moyes’s Lilywhites, and did not feature in the latter half of the 1998–99 season.

Unwilling to watch Jennifer die again, Sisko agrees to intervene. He meets the rebel counterparts of Bashir and Rom, and also Jadzia Dax, who is Sisko’s mistress in this universe. The rebel group in the Mirror Universe includes the counterpart of the Vulcan Tuvok, who in the main universe is currently stranded with the rest of the crew of Voyager in the Delta Quadrant.

Dorrington Lane used to be home to the Woore Hunt Races where Dick Francis supposedly ran his first race. Dorrington Old Hall is listed in the Domesday Book and a past Lord Mayor of London, John Boydell was born there.

The original television network design for Convocom would encompass 5 broadcast transmitters at: Quad Cities, Peoria, Macomb, Quincy and Springfield/Jacksonville. The master control would be located at Convocom headquarters in Peoria (at or near WTVP, Bradley University) with 3 microwave interconnections (links).

This conversion is the basis of the gravimetric assay of the purity of the PtCl product. Most reactions of PtCl proceed via treatment with ligands (L) to give molecular derivatives. These transformations entail depolymerization via cleavage of Pt-Cl-Pt linkages:

This recalls the use of the symbolic gesture with arrows - the calumets - to mediate the reconception of the adoptee in the (Pawnee) Hako ceremony. More important, it recalls the third name by which Red Horn or He-who-wears-human-heads-as-earrings was known - He-who-is-hit-with-deer-lungs - because the owl feathers attached to the calumets represented deer lungs.

Government-owned studs, identified as State or Principal studs depending on whether the facility keeps its own herd of mares, purchase stallions that fit the needs of the surrounding region. The stud fees of state-owned stallions are low, enabling local breeders to produce high-quality horses from heavy drafts to riding horses to ponies.