MBBCCHHR

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MBBCCHHRExtent (M), Bin Number (BB), Cylinder Number (CC), Head Number (HH), Record Number (R) (IBM Mainframe Disk Address)
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Several large islands certainly exist in the lake; one of which is said to be mountainous, but not by any means to the extent required to furnish the series of peaks above mentioned.
So it was that these surrounding heights, already established and to a certain extent proved, were retained.
Here, again, the extent of the Union gives it the most palpable advantage.
In the extent and proper structure of the Union, therefore, we behold a republican remedy for the diseases most incident to republican government.
He confessed to them that the object was not to learn to what extent the French merchants were injured by English smuggling, but to learn how far French smuggling could annoy English trade.
D'Artagnan recognized the king; he saw him fix his melancholy look upon the immense extent of the waters, and absorb upon his pale countenance the red rays of the sun already cut by the black line of the horizon.
Pedigree, ancestral skeletons, monumental record, the d'Urberville lineaments, did not help Tess in her life's battle as yet, even to the extent of attracting to her a dancing-partner over the heads of the commonest peasantry.
Yet such was the force of example that the village young men, who had not hastened to enter the gate while no intruder was in the way, now dropped in quickly, and soon the couples became leavened with rustic youth to a marked extent, till at length the plainest woman in the club was no longer compelled to foot it on the masculine side of the figure.
It was just after this adventure that we encountered a continent of immense extent and prodigious solidity, but which, nevertheless, was supported entirely upon the back of a sky-blue cow that had no fewer than four hundred horns.
Another of these magi constructed (of like material) a creature that put to shame even the genius of him who made it; for so great were its reasoning powers that, in a second, it performed calculations of so vast an extent that they would have required the united labor of fifty thousand fleshy men for a year.
28} Another had cultivated his voice to so great an extent that he could have made himself heard from one end of the world to the other.
Perfection of loveliness, they say, is in the direct ratio of the extent of this lump.