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After the collapse of Austria-Hungary, the Hungarian population declined, while the German speaking population was forced or compelled to leave after World War II and similar fate was suffered by the Italian population.
But these new arrivals followed the indigenous Cubans by also dispersing into the wilderness or suffering a similar fate at the hands of disease.
Paul's twin young children, Leto II and Ghanima, sharing his prescience, have concluded that their guardian Alia has succumbed to possession by one of her ancestors and fear that a similar fate awaits them.
A similar fate was met from other publishers ( including T. S. Eliot at Faber and Faber ) until Jonathan Cape agreed to take it.
All but the easternmost provinces of the Islamic realm had been taken from Christian rulers, and the vast majority of the first Muslims west of Iran and Arabia were converts from Christianity ... Their loss was sorely felt and it heightened the fear that a similar fate was in store for Europe .</ BLOCKQUOTE >
Proposals to move to Charing Cross or St James's Park had a similar fate ; the allure of tradition and the historical and political associations of Westminster proved too strong for relocation, despite the deficiencies of that site.
Sources from Pakistan claimed that Musharraf and his military government's officers were in full mood to exercise tough conditions on Sharif, was intended to sent Navaz Sharif to gallows to face similar fate as Zulfikar Ali Bhutto in 1979.
On his death, the bust of Urban that lay beside the Palace of the Conservators on the Capitoline Hill was rapidly destroyed by an enraged crowd, and only a quick-thinking priest saved the sculpture of Urban belonging to the Jesuits from a similar fate.
Memnon, who was killed by Achilles, seems to have a received a similar fate.
However, according to rabbinical accounts, Necho did not know how the mechanism worked and so accidentally struck himself with one of the lions causing him to become lame ; Nebuchadnezzar, into whose possession the throne subsequently came, shared a similar fate.
Given the recent lynching of Roy Belton, a white man, they believed that Rowland was greatly at risk of meeting a similar fate.
After the arrest and imprisonment of Sisulu, Mandela and his father — and facing a similar fatehe left South Africa as one of a number of young ANC militants ( Umkhonto we Sizwe cadres ) sent abroad to continue their education and their anti-apartheid activities.
Nastagio then invites his kinfolk and the lady he loves to a banquet at this same place, so the ghost woman is torn to pieces before the eyes of his beloved, who, fearing a similar fate, accepts Nastagio as her husband.
It was not only Britain's position on the world stage that was threatened: Napoleon threatened invasion of Britain itself, and with it, a fate similar to the countries of continental Europe that his armies had overrun.
Zhang's work was similar to Ban's, although the latter fully praised the contemporaneous Eastern Han regime while Zhang provided a warning that it could suffer the same fate as the Western Han if it too declined into a state of decadence and moral depravity.
Russia also had a similar fate, since World War I led to a collapse in morale as well as to economic chaos.
The attempt to secure these thrones for the Hohenzollerns through this marriage failed, and a similar fate befell Albert's efforts to revive in his own favour the disused title of duke of Franconia.
The Dwarven city of Stoneheim entombed itself rather than face a similar fate.
Next to the Duomo were the Civic Tower ( existing at least from 1330 and enlarged in 1583 by Pellegrino Tibaldi ): its fall on March 17, 1989, was the final motivating force that started the last decade's efforts to save the Leaning Tower of Pisa from a similar fate.
After Kamenev's execution, his relatives suffered a similar fate.
Over 300 buildings were destroyed, many other towns and villages around the county suffered a similar fate including Fermoy.
A similar fate met the relation between the ports of Manhattan and New Jersey.
I pardon those who are the cause of my misfortunes ....” He declared himself willing to die and prayed that the people of France would be spared a similar fate.
Other sectors of the economy wanted to avoid a similar fate.

similar and befell
For years in a manner similar to what befell the Roman provinces under the Germans or the Irish under the Normans, the chieftains and their war bands ravaged the western half of Asia Minor, as allies of one or other of the warring princes, without any serious check, until they sided with the renegade Seleucid prince Antiochus Hierax, who reigned in Asia Minor.
Columbia were very skeptical on the risk the extended set posed, and with a decrease in royalties to counter that fear ( a similar situation befell their 1969 debut The Chicago Transit Authority ), Chicago released Chicago at Carnegie Hall that October to a mixed reaction.
A similar fate befell several other ladies ' teams at around the same time.
A similar fate befell nearly two dozen homes as they were transformed into university or commercial offices, but these were the lucky ones that survived.
If the conclusions suggested under Sabini may be accepted as sound we should expect to find the Volsci speaking a language similar to that of the Ligures, whose fondness for the suffix-sco-has been noticed, and identical with that spoken by the plebeians of Rome, and that this branch of Indo-European was among those that preserved the original Indo-European Velars from the labialization that befell them in the speech of the Samnites, The language of the inscription of Velitrae offers at first sight a difficulty from this point of view, in the conversion it shows of q to p, but the ethnicon of Velitrae is Veliternus, and the people are called on the inscription itself Velestrom ( genitive plural ); so nothing prevents assuming there was a settlement of Sabines among the Volscian hills, with their language, to some extent, ( e. g., in the diphthongs and palatals ) corrupted by the speech around them, just as was the case with the Sabine language of the Iguvini, whose very name became Iguvinates, the suffix-ti-being much more frequent among the-co-tribes than among the Sabines.
When the Winston Cup Series made their first appearance of the season, a similar fate befell 1998 Rookie of the Year Kenny Irwin, Jr. For safety reasons, track owners decided to run restrictor plates on the cars during their return trip to the speedway in September 2000, making it the first track in recent history outside of Daytona and Talladega to use them.
Coin clipping was usually considered by the law to be of a similar magnitude to counterfeiting, and was occasionally punished by death, a fate which befell Thomas Rogers and Anne Rogers.
A similar fate befell Ellinis in 1973, when she was taken off the declining UK-Australia liner service and reassigned for cruising on European waters.
" The One felt the new historical and science-fiction themes an attempt to avoid similar controversy as befell Cannon Fodder.

similar and 10th
Recently, an inscription dating to the late 10th / early 9th centuries BC with two names, very similar to one of the suggested etymologies of the popular Philistine name Goliath ( Lydian Alyattes, or perhaps Greek Kalliades ) was found in the excavations at Gath.
The story revolves around the day-to-day lives of the police officers at the 10th Precinct Police Station and is similar in tone to classic television police dramas like Hill Street Blues, which Moore has described as an influence.
A similar name can be recognized in Blainville-sur-l ' Eau ( Villa Bladini 10th c .) ' the estate of Bladinus '
Another 10th century treatise thought to have mentioned an instrument similar to the hurdy gurdy is an Arabic musical compendium written by Al Zirikli .< ref name = Baines >
The phrase is similar to a Latin translation of a variation of Heraclitus's 10th fragment, " The one is made up of all things, and all things issue from the one.
It has been examined by Sheffield University's Phil Sidebottom who has compared it to similar crosses found in Staffordshire that were put up in the middle of the 10th century.
A similar request was made in 1666 by the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin to King Afonso VI ( 10th Duke of Braganza ), to utilize rock from the interior walls of the palace to construct the Convent of Piedade.
Many Sunni Muslims fast during this day, because it is recorded in the hadith that Musa ( Moses ) and his people obtained a victory over the Egyptian Pharaoh on the 10th day of Muharram ; accordingly Islamic prophet Muhammad asked Muslims to fast on this day, and also a day extra either before or after, so that they are not similar to Jews ( since, according to him, Jews used to fast for one day due to the same reason, and many practices recorded in the hadith are specifically performed to avoid any apparent similarity to those of contemporary neighbouring Jews and Christians ).
* Although the Doctor has never regenerated the same way twice ( although his 9th and 10th regenerations were similar to each other ), the depiction here is particularly unusual in that, unlike all previous ( and later ) regenerations, it sets in long after the Doctor's apparent " death ", a condition apparently caused by the anaesthetic in the Doctor's system.
However, it had fallen to 10th in 1985 ; although Austin Rover managed to keep up a strong presence in this sector due to the arrival of the similar sized Rover 200 saloon in August 1984.
A similar bust was unveiled in 1928 on the 10th anniversary of Czechoslovak independence, but was removed by the Hungarians when they took over the region in 1939.
The remastered 10th anniversary edition of City was released on June 7, 2007, in similar vein to the 2006 remaster of Heavy as a Really Heavy Thing, with bonus tracks and extended liner notes by Townsend.
A similar diplomatic scuffle ( this time accompanied by war ) ensued from the imperial aspirations of Simeon I of Bulgaria in the early 10th century.
In he finished 10th in the voting for the AL's Most Valuable Player award after having a similar season at the plate, but playing more regularly at shortstop.
The 3-year HTX-programme builds on to the 10th year of the Folkeskole or similar education.
The fort, similar in type to those on the Aran Islands, though smaller, dates from the 7th to the 10th century and consists of three massive stone walls, the outermost 130 metres in diameter, two outer semi-circular walls each side ending at the edge of the steep cliff.
AmuseWorld have been focused on their EZ2DJ series, however on the 10th July 2007 Konami won a patent infringement suit claiming that EZ2DJ was too similar to Beatmania.
It is possible that Blaufränkisch or a similar forerunner of the grape was cultivated in regions of present Austria ( Lower Austria and Burgenland ) already in the 10th century.
Although it is not impossible that a similar office had existed in Moravia before it was occupied by the Hungarians in the early 10th century, the first record on a comes palatii is from the reign of King Stephen I of Hungary.
But it was also true that the composition of the 10th Madras Infantry had been through similar drastic changes in composition.
The rivalry turned violent in the second half of the 10th century, over a series of official appointments to other temples, and similar slights.
Over the course of the 10th, 11th and 12th centuries, there continued to be similar incidents, over the appointment of abbots ( zasu ), involving many sōhei, or warrior monks.
* Rumors and Urban Legends The " Rumors " article was first seen in the very first book, but has been replaced, starting with the 10th Anniversary Reader with the similar, and very popular " Urban Legends " section.
Certainly at some point in the 10th century the roles of horka and gyula ( the chief warlord ) had become similar, with the horka having authority in Western Transdanubia and the gyula in Transylvania in the east.

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