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* Under the command of Punicus and then Cesarus, the Lusitani, a Hispanic tribe, reach a point near modern day Gibraltar.
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Under the command of General Georgi Vazov the Bulgarians, reinforced with two Serb divisions, conquered the " untakable " city.
Under his command, a modern update of the doctrinal system called Bewegungskrieg (" maneuver warfare ") and its associated leadership system called Auftragstaktik (" mission tactics "; i. e., units are assigned missions ; local commanders decide how to achieve those missions ) was developed, which was a critical advantage and a major reason for the success of blitzkrieg.
Under his command, the Pakistani Armed Forces were removed from the cities and deployed along the border.
Under his command, they besieged Cologne and, after some weeks, the defenders of the city opened the gates and handed Saloninus and Silvanus to Postumus who had them killed.
Under Italian command came also large areas of Greece after the successful German invasion of Greece.
Under the command of the military organs, it undertakes such jobs as war preparation services, security and defense operation tasks and assistance in maintaining social order and public security.
Under the command of Joseph de Pont Duvivier, the French had a garrison of 20 French troops at Port-la-Joye.
Under the command economy system, every state owned enterprise was required to have a party committee.
Under command of Potsanaquahip ( Buffalo Hump ), 500-700 Comanche cavalry warriors swept down the Guadalupe River valley, killing and plundering all the way to the shore of the Gulf of Mexico, where they sacked the towns of Victoria and Linnville.
Under the command of Commodore Richard Dale the squadron sailed into the Mediterranean on July 1 where it stopped at Gibraltar for supplies and information.
Under the command of the Scottish nobles, the Scottish knights withdrew, and Edward's men began to attack the schiltrons.
Under his command, the IDF achieved victory over Egypt, Syria and Jordan in the Six-Day War in 1967.
Under the command of Captain Jonathan Archer, it helped forge an alliance between the formerly belligerent Vulcan, Andorian, and Tellarite states, and forged a spirit of unity and cooperation in the Alpha Quadrant, culminating in a formal union in 2161.
Under the command of Aleksei Chirikov, the second ship discovered the shores of the north-western America ( Aleksander Archipelago of present-day Alaska ).
Under the command of the British minister to China, Claude Maxwell MacDonald, the legation staff and security personnel defended the compound with small arms, three machine guns, and one old muzzle-loaded cannon, which was nicknamed the International Gun because the barrel was British, the carriage Italian, the shells Russian, and the crew American.
Under the command of his praetorian prefect Rufius Volusianus, he sent a small army to Africa which defeated and executed Alexander in 310 or 311 ; Maxentius used the opportunity to seize the wealth of Alexander's supporters, and to bring large amounts of grain to Rome.
Under Galba he was obliged to give up his command, but managed to save his life by lavishing presents upon Titus Vinius, the favourite of Galba, and his daughter.
Under Nerva's later dynastic successor Antoninus Pius, Imperial theology represents the death and apotheosis of the Empress Faustina the Elder as Ceres ' return to Olympus by Jupiter's command.
Under the command of the Papal Legate Arnaud-Amaury they started to invest the city, called the Catholics within to come out, and demanded that the Cathars surrender.
Under General Jubal A. Early ’ s command and following Lee ’ s orders, General John B. Gordon was to place Lancaster and the surrounding farming area “ under contribution ” for the Confederate Army ’ s war supplies and to attack Harrisburg from the east side of the river, while another portion of Lee ’ s army advanced from the west side.
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Under the administration of Félix Éboué, France's first black colonial governor, a military column, commanded by Colonel Philippe Leclerc de Hauteclocque, and including two battalions of Sara troops, moved north from N ' Djamena ( then Fort Lamy ) to engage Axis forces in Libya, where, in partnership with the British Army's Long Range Desert Group, they captured Kufra.
Under Federal Court Rules, Rules 466, and Rule 467 a person who is accused of Contempt needs to be first served with a contempt order and then appear in court to answer the charges.
Under each letter, the entries are organized first by the book they are found in, and then by their place in that book.
Under the charter forming the Hudson's Bay Company, the company was required to give two elk skins and two black beaver pelts to the English King, then Charles II, or his heirs, whenever the monarch visits an area that was formerly Rupert's Land.
Under the administration of mayor Richard Lugar and then mayor William Hudnut, Indianapolis made an ambitious effort to reinvent itself into a ' Great American City '.
Under an " indemnity " policy the homeowner would have to come up with the $ 10, 000 to pay for the visitor's fall and then would be " indemnified " by the insurance carrier for the out of pocket costs ( the $ 10, 000 ).
The site, an oak grove on " Morgan's Forty ", then on the outskirts of town, became known as " Under the Oaks ".
Under Winn, Churchill Downs prospered and the Kentucky Derby then became the preeminent stakes race for three-year-old thoroughbred horses in North America.
Under international pressure, President Sirleaf requested in March 2006 that Nigeria extradite Charles Taylor, who was then brought before an international tribunal in Sierra Leone to face charges of crimes against humanity, arising from events during the Sierra Leone civil war ( his trial was later transferred to The Hague for security purposes ).
Under the approved constitution, the PNC will then appoint an elections board to oversee free elections for a representative government within 210 days.
Under German Imperial control, and even before then, Japanese traders and fishermen from time to time visited the Marshall Islands, although contact with the islanders was irregular.
Under the terms of the Amended Compact of Free Association, the U. S. will provide US $ 57. 7 million per year to the Marshall Islands ( RMI ) through 2013, and then US $ 62. 7 million through 2023, at which time a trust fund, made up of U. S. and RMI contributions, will begin perpetual annual payouts.
Under new ownership, the current name was adopted in 1963 and the franchise was relocated to Shea Stadium in 1964 and then to the Meadowlands Sports Complex in 1984.
Under Section 3 of the Twenty-fifth Amendment, the president may transfer the presidential powers and duties to the vice president, who then becomes acting president, by transmitting a statement to the Speaker of the House and the president pro tempore of the Senate stating the reasons for the transfer.
Under STV, an elector's vote is initially allocated to his or her most preferred candidate, and then, after candidates have been either elected or eliminated, any surplus or unused votes are transferred according to the voter's stated preferences.
Under the new rule if a competitor has a 12 point lead at the end of the second round or achieves a 12 point lead at any point in the 3rd round then the match is over and the athlete in the lead is declared the winner.
Under Hare's method, simply dividing the vote by the number of seats constituted the quota and then the surplus was expected to be distributed ' at random '.
Film of their appearance was incorporated into their 1967 Australian television special The Seekers Down Under, which was screened on the Channel 7 and drew a then record audience of over 6 million.
Under the moral standards then enforced by the motion picture industry, their relationship had to be kept from public view.
X then signed to Elektra in 1982 to release Under the Big Black Sun, which marked a slight departure from their trademark sound.
Under natural conditions, most birds lay only until a clutch is complete, and they will then incubate all the eggs.
Under Paley's guidance, CBS would first become one of the largest radio networks in the United States and then one of the big three American broadcast television networks.
Under the system then in place, each elector cast two votes ; if a person received a vote from a majority of the electors, that person became president, and the runner-up became vice-president.
Under the system in place then and through the election of 1800, each voting elector cast two votes — the recipient of the greatest number of votes was elected president, the second greatest number, vice-president.
Under the United States Constitution as it then stood, each elector cast two votes and the candidate with a majority of the votes was elected president, with the vice-presidency going to the runner-up.