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There is a long-standing controversy between CL and Scheme advocates over the tradeoffs involved in multiple namespaces.
Diocletian's elevation of Bassus as consul symbolized his rejection of Carinus ' government in Rome, his refusal to accept second-tier status to any other emperor, and his willingness to continue the long-standing collaboration between the Empire's senatorial and military aristocracies.
The Giants ' front office operations were complicated by a long-standing feud between Wellington Mara and his nephew, Tim Mara.
Another, more psychological factor that has played a part here is that a long-standing mutual distrust or antipathy felt between former East Berliners and West Berliners ( Ossis and Wessis according to the well-known slang terms ), is still very much in evidence in the city and elsewhere in Germany, and bold civil engineering projects and architectural statements are not going to make it go away by themselves.
Several other trophies are contested within the main competition, mostly as long-standing fixtures between pairs of teams.
Williams explained that the long-standing friction between himself and Gary has been resolved, and how close they now were.
When Clinton did not respond to his satisfaction, Chief Hendrick said that the " Covenant Chain ", a long-standing friendly relationship between the Iroquois Confederacy and the British Crown, was broken.
The texts also tell of a long-standing rivalry between Amaterasu and her other brother, Susanoo.
The matter of trade tariffs had been a long-standing source of conflict between the various political units of Southern Africa.
However, at Court the match was not so popular among the elder members of court due to the long-standing tensions between Austria and France, which had only recently been mollified.
In 1637, long-standing tensions between the Puritan English of Connecticut and Massachusetts Bay colonies and the Pequot escalated into open warfare.
Interpretations of the work often rely on an understanding of Egypt and Rome as they respectively signify Elizabethan ideals of East and West, contributing to a long-standing conversation about the play ’ s representation of the relationship between imperializing western countries and colonized eastern cultures.
In modern scholarship, this is taken as further evidence of long-standing connections between the plebeians, Ceres and Magna Graecia.
" There is a long-standing enmity between Morpheus and Desire, stemming from Desire's involvement in the breakup of one of Dream's romantic relationships ( seen in Endless Nights ).
A long-standing debate between archaeologists concerns the main function of the palace, whether it acted as an administrative center, a religious center, or both, in a theocratic manner.
Between June 1728 and July 1729 it hosted the Congress of Soissons an attempt to resolve a long-standing series of disputes between Great Britain and Spain which had spilled over into the Anglo-Spanish War of 1727.
The nature of political and cultural interactions between Teotihuacan and the centers of the Maya region ( as well as elsewhere in Mesoamerica ) has been a long-standing and significant area for debate.
The Bush Doctrine, in line with long-standing neoconservative ideas, held that the United States is entangled in a global war of ideas between the western values of freedom on the one hand, and extremism seeking to destroy them on the other ; a war of ideology where the United States must take responsibility for security and show leadership in the world by actively seeking out the enemies and also change those countries who are supporting enemies.
Aid would be given to both Greece and Turkey, to help cool the long-standing rivalry between them.
There are long-standing differences and disputes between herpetoculturists and professional herpetologists.
SPECTRE and its characters have been at the centre of long-standing litigation starting in 1961 between Kevin McClory and Ian Fleming over the film rights to Thunderball and the ownership of the organisation and its characters.
Depew also has a long-standing rivalry between themselves and Lancaster High School.
A long-standing common categorisation was a division between the Vlax ( from Vlach ) from non-Vlax dialects.
They tell of a long-standing rivalry between Susanoo and his sister.

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Sullivan, still believing his ailment to be yet another complication from a long-standing battle with ulcers, died five weeks later, on October 13, 1974, at New York's Lenox Hill Hospital.
* John Walker ( athlete ) ( born 1952 ), New Zealander winner of the Olympic Games 1500 metre run in 1976, and long-standing champion in the mile run
In 1985, Rogers fulfilled a long-standing wish to direct, when she directed the musical Babes in Arms off-Broadway in Tarrytown, New York, when she was 74 years old.
The foreign relations of Australia have spanned from the country's time as Dominion and later Realm of the Commonwealth to become steadfastly allied with New Zealand through long-standing ANZAC ties dating back to the early 1900s, and the United States throughout the Cold War, to its engagement with Asia as a power in its own right.
As his health declined, Monk's last six years were spent as a guest in the New Jersey home of his long-standing patron and friend, Baroness Pannonica de Koenigswarter, who had also nursed Charlie Parker during his final illness.
Easton Area High School is known for its long-standing athletic rivalry with Phillipsburg High School in neighboring Phillipsburg, New Jersey.
In a broadcast interview at WNUR Northwestern University radio station in Evanston, IL in 1984, Stiv Bators of the Lords of the New Church and the Dead Boys confirmed the long-standing rumor that it was he who had provided the peanut butter, having carried a large tub from his home in Youngstown, OH and handing it up to Iggy from the audience.
Louisianans began to add chicory root to their coffee when Union naval blockades during the American Civil War cut off the port of New Orleans, thereby creating a long-standing tradition.
Cases in point are the libraries in Salinas, California, Rochester, New York, and Buffalo, New York, but there are many other long-standing public libraries now having to find new sources of income to keep them operating.
It has been a major reason for a long-standing embargo on the importation of New Zealand apples to Australia.
Although Dallas is located in the south-central United States, the Cowboys are a member of the NFC East division due to their long-standing rivalries with the New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, and Washington Redskins, all of whom are located on the Eastern seaboard.
In New Rules of Sociological Method ( 1976 ) ( the title of which alludes to Durkheim's Rules of the Sociological Method of 1895 ), Giddens attempted to explain ' how sociology should be done ' and addressed a long-standing divide between those theorists who prioritise ' macro level ' studies of social life-looking at the ' big picture ' of society-and those who emphasise the ' micro level ' - what everyday life means to individuals.
A recent taxonomic review of New World Atteva ( Becker 2009 ) introduced several nomenclatural changes and recognized three separate species within the long-standing concept of A. pustulella: A. pustulella, A. aurea and A. floridana.
The Yellow-breasted Chat ( Icteria virens ) is a large songbird, formerly considered the most atypical member of the New World warbler family, though the long-standing suspicion is that it does not actually belong there.
In 1781 Haldimand's efforts on behalf of the British cause included engaging in negotiations with political representatives of the Vermont Republic, which had declared its independence from the state of New York in 1777 after long-standing disputes over jurisdiction.
His long-standing friendship with Peter Mandelson ( who worked with Phillips at LWT and was best man at his wedding to Asha Bhownagary ) brought him close to the New Labour project and he became friends with Tony Blair.
King was also the long-standing host of the New York Friar's Club celebrity roasts.
Varietal wines are commonly associated with New World wines in general, but there is also a long-standing tradition of varietal labelling in Germany and other German-influenced wine regions including Austria, Alsace, and the Czech Republic.
In August 1968, the Belaúnde Administration announced the settlement of a long-standing dispute with a subsidiary of Standard Oil of New Jersey over claims to the rich La Brea and Pariñas oil fields.
According to the Radio Liberation microsite, “ this partnership makes it possible for KEXP to reach another 14 million terrestrial listeners in New York .” KEXP has a long-standing relationship with New York, broadcasting live from there a couple times a year.
However, with the advent of New Winkies, coupled with the now flat and dry pitches, teams with good kicks are becoming gradually more and more likely to convert a behind, making the long-standing ropes defensive strategy less useful.
His nomination and election as New York City mayor in 1953 caused a rift in the Democratic Party, and instigated a long-standing feud between Eleanor Roosevelt and Carmine DeSapio, Boss of Tammany Hall.

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