documented event

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And his second claim, that the encounter between Bismarck and Hood "is perhaps the most documented event in naval history," will come as news to German naval historians who are all too aware of the fact that Bismarck's war diary (Kriegstagebuch) went down with the ship.
World War II is the most photographed and documented event in history and, when I started looking for a record of these events, it was just stunning to me.
After all, World War II was the most documented event in history.
The documented event I began with was a particularly awful experience of a group of parents finding their dead children in a Camden, New Jersey, parking lot.
Major Finding: Compared with RA patients without a cardiovascular disease event, those with at least one documented event had significantly lower total hip and lumbar spine bone mineral density, and were four times as likely to have osteoporosis (60% vs.
The device will monitor for the first documented event of atrial fibrillation following enrollment in the trial.
Also, I advise him not to scratch should he get an itch, because everything that happens during the conference is recorded, and as such, his scratching would become a documented event in the conference's archive.
The truth is that the Holocaust is the most documented event in human history.
It proves to be a meandering, roughly chronological story in which myth, folk tale, fiction, doctrinal exegesis, and documented event mingle cheerfully (together with external oddments) in an undifferentiated world of fact, metaphor, and meta-history.
Commenting on the results, North Coast Energy President, Garry Regan, stated, "The well documented events surrounding the purchase of stock and subsequent new alliance with Lomak Petroleum effected the three month numbers significantly.
The battle at Marathon happened so many years in the past that much of what happened there has to be pieced together from bias narrations and facts built from comparisons between details that are known and the realities of better documented events.