Sentences Containing 'advent'
The labor involved in the care of numerous stoves is considerable, and hence the advent of a central heating stove, or furnace, was a great saving in strength and fuel.
At the advent of each individual into this life, may we not suppose that such a bar has risen to the surface somewhere?
The advent of Mrs. Gummidge with a basket, explained how the house had happened to be empty.
After the advent of the Nielsen SoundScan era in 1991, the album sold a further 575,000 copies in the United States.
The photonovel concept was most popular in the late 1970s and early 1980s, before the widespread advent of home recording devices such as VCRs, though some are still published.
They were popular for a brief period, but the market for such adaptations all but disappeared with the advent of home video; publication ceased in the early 1980s.
The advent of 3rd edition brought about an end to both the basic D game and 2nd edition AD, and debuted with an all new Monster Manual in 2000.
After only eight years of service it was made obsolete by the advent of diesel power.
The bishops employed him in preaching the Lent and Advent courses and the Government in the conversion of Protestants.
He was interred in Church of the Advent Cemetery.
The series is a part of Jóladagatal Sjónvarpsins, an ongoing series of televised advent calendars.
It was created by Sigurður Örn Brynjólfsson and Friðrik Erlingsson, and was the first stop-motion advent calendar on Icelandic television.
A physical advent calendar containing leads to each episode's plot was published in conjunction with the initial airing of the series.
Fire support has been used since the advent of cannons in warfare as artillery.
The advent of the automobile sounded the death knell for rail in Seattle.
The Rajataringini is a Sanskrit account of the various monarchies of Kashmir, prior to the advent of Islam.
The advent of widespread insurance of employers has led to the recovery of indemnities being widely abandoned.
The advent of transistors into consumer electronics products was very important to the unit's concept.
Switching between comedy shorts and features, by the advent of sound, she was relegated to comedy roles.
Direct sound recording was the practice from the beginning, until the advent of the 1960s.
On June 16, 1830, upon the advent of Gen.
This nexus led to the advent of a new field known as "nanomedicine".
ElectricDecember.org is an annual online advent calendar which has run since 1999.
Modern Swedish (Swedish: "nysvenska") begins with the advent of the printing press and the European Reformation.
He was the principal of its grammar school, but with the advent of the war, he joined the Confederate Army in September 1861.
They had contacted and exchanged between the groups and then established a common culture before the advent of Indian influences.
This scale is being greatly compromised as a result of the advent of the high-rise buildings.
Barn on 26th, now in Advent / Pleasure Point Church.
Popularity of the park declined after the advent of the automobile and in 1929, Idora Park was razed.
With the advent of portable cradles, this method of branding has been mostly phased out on stations.
She appeared as a leading lady through the 1920s but her career slowed with the advent of the "talkies".
CE behaviour became prominent with the advent of the social phenomenon of online CE.
There are many areas that are foreseen to have an impact with the advent of the fourth industrial revolution.
Ishizaka believed that with the advent of the Internet, there is no difference in time and distance among countries anymore."
With the advent of television, production on the lot changed dramatically.
• Four Sermons preached during Advent, 1860.
The advent of the Merovingian dynasty in Gaul during the fifth century led to important changes in the arts.
All, however, had been withdrawn by 1963 upon the advent of the BR Modernisation Plan.
These games were the first to be broadcast worldwide on television, enabled by the recent advent of communication satellites.
With the advent of land reclamation in the 1970s and 1980s, the seascapes gave way to flyovers.
They did not achieve widespread use until the advent of LEDs in the 1970s.
With the advent of extensive irrigation, prosperity and population growth came to northern Tamaulipas.
The advent of Leagues in 1987 Newport was placed in North Midlands 1.
He is not seen in "Advent Children", but is heard leaving a message on Cloud's cell phone.
In "Advent Children", Marlene is voiced in Japanese by Miyū Tsuzurahara and in English by Grace Rolek.
In "Advent Children", he is voiced in Japanese by Kyōsuke Ikeda and in English by Benjamin Bryan.
In "Advent Children Complete", he is voiced in Japanese by Kazumu Izawa and in English by Aaron Refvem.
, and are the antagonists of "Advent Children".
It also includes an in-game Advent calendar.
With the advent of the Second Tuareg Rebellion, work on the Teguida site was stopped as of August 2007.
More Vocab Wordsdossier - file of documents on a subject or person; file; CF. bundle of papers labeled on the back
decrepit - weak and in bad condition from old age or hard use; Ex. decrepit old chair/man
transcendental - going beyond common thought or ideas; impossible to understand by practical experiences or practices; known only by studying thoughts or intuition; OP. empirical; CF. transcendentalism
succumb - yield (to something overwhelming); give in; die; Ex. succumb to the illness
rapacious - voracious; ravenous; taking everything one can; excessively grasping; plundering; subsisting on live prey; Ex. rapacious birds
clamor - loud continous noise; continuous demand or complaint made by a large number of people; V: make a clamor; express (a demand) continually and loudly; ADJ. clamorous
deviate - turn away from (a principle, norm); move away from an accepted standard; swerve; depart; diverge; N. deviation; Ex. deviation of the path of light by a prism
impermeable - impervious; not permitting passage through its substance; impossible to permeate
perturb - disturb greatly
centurion - Roman army officer (commanding a company of about 100 soldiers)