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After and death
After a sort of death march during four days without food, Helion and his comrades were shipped by cattle-car to a labor camp at an estate farm in East Germany.
After Kahn's death in 1924 Scott wrote: `` May he rest in peace with the eternal gratitude of his adopted country ''.
After her father's death, Lucy and her youngest sister lived for a few years with Winslow in Washington, D.C..
After the death of Lincoln's mother, his older sister, Sarah, took charge of caring for him until their father remarried in 1819 ; Sarah later died in her 20s while giving birth to a stillborn son.
After metamorphosis, these organs become redundant and will be reabsorbed by controlled cell death, called apoptosis.
After Alex's fellow cellmates blame him for beating a troublesome cellmate to death, he agrees to undergo an experimental behaviour-modification treatment called the Ludovico Technique.
After his death, according to his biographers Evlanoff, Fluor, and Fant, Nobel's letters were locked within the Nobel Institute in Stockholm.
After Milne's death in 1956, his widow sold her rights to the Pooh characters to the Walt Disney Company, which has made many Pooh cartoon movies, a Disney Channel television show, as well as Pooh-related merchandise.
After four years of war-torn London, Christie hoped she can return some day to Syria, which she described as " gentle fertile country and its simple people, who know how to laugh and how to enjoy life ; who are idle and gay, and who have dignity, good manners, and a great sense of humor, and to whom death is not terrible.
After the boy's death, Paneloux tells Rieux that although the death of an innocent child in a world ruled by a loving God cannot be rationally explained, it should nonetheless be accepted.
After he left home before the age of eighteen, his main interest in life was his opposition to the death penalty, which he regarded as state-sponsored murder.
After death, the soul is brought for judgment.
After Armageddon, unrepentant sinners are punished with eternal death ( non-existence ).
After Constantius ' death in 361, his successor Julian the Apostate, a devotee of Rome's pagan gods, declared that he would no longer attempt to favor one church faction over another, and allowed all exiled bishops to return ; this had the objective of further increasing dissension among Christians.
After the death of his wife in July 1803, Ampère moved to Paris, where he began a tutoring post at the new École Polytechnique in 1804.
After the early death of his father, Ambrose followed his father's career.
After the death of his wife Abby May on November 25, 1877, Alcott never returned to Orchard House, too heartbroken to live there.
After the death of his brother-in-law, Henry II, margrave of a small area on the Elbe called the Saxon Northern March, in 1128, Albert, disappointed at not receiving this fief himself, attacked Udo, the heir, and was consequently deprived of Lusatia by Lothar.
After Osiander's death in 1552, Albert favoured a preacher named Johann Funck, who, with an adventurer named Paul Skalić, exercised great influence over him and obtained considerable wealth at public expense.
After his death, the king was buried in the church which he had built ; his original tomb has been lost, while his alleged remains are preserved in the shrine where he was reburied after being declared a saint ; his saintliness, however, was never very widely acknowledged outside the bishopric of Liège where he may still be venerated by tradition.
After Aeneas ' death, Aphrodite asked Jupiter to make her son immortal.
After her death, Tiberius slandered her name and had the senate declare that her birth date was a date of bad omen.
After the death of her first husband, Agrippina tried to make shameless advances to the future emperor Galba, who showed no interest in her and was devoted to his wife Aemilia Lepida.
After Agrippina's death, Nero viewed her corpse and commented how beautiful she was, according to some.

After and scholars
After the Communists took control in the 1940s Polish scholars were safer working on the Middle Ages and the early modern era rather than contemporary history.
After the " Polish October " of 1956 the Sixth Section in Paris welcomed Polish historians and exchanges between the circle of the Annales and Polish scholars continued until the early 1980s.
" 9: 24 After making a comparison with events in the history of Israel, many scholars have concluded that each day in the seventy weeks represents a year.
After 1945, new research on Korean dolmen was conducted mostly by Korean scholars.
After its destruction, scholars used a " daughter library " in a temple known as the Serapeum, located in another part of the city.
After 1832, when Greece had gained independence from the Ottoman Empire, European travelers and scholars began to systematically tour Sparta and the Peloponnnese.
After the war he worked briefly in Sweden, learning enough Swedish to communicate with scholars in it.
After his death, it was rumored that John XXI had actually been a magician ( a suspicion frequently directed towards the few scholars among medieval popes even during their papacy ; cf.
After being allowed to fall into disrepair for centuries, the Alhambra was " discovered " in the 19th century by European scholars and travelers, with restorations commencing.
After disagreement between the scholars and the Brethren of the Hospital, both requested a separation.
After the Reconquista of the 12th century, Spain opened even further for Christian scholars, who were now able to work in ' friendly ' religious territory.
After early studies under leading scholars in Alexandria, he has been chief librarian since about 195 BC ( b. 257 BC )
After early studies under leading scholars in Alexandria, he has been chief librarian since about 195 BC ( b. 257 BC )
After Muhammad's return, he called all who would believe him to join with him and be Muslim. Other Islmaic scholars believe that the Prophet ascended to the Heaven from Al-Aqsa Mosque.
After this first generation of non-Frankish scholars, their Frankish pupils, such as Angilbert, would make their own mark.
After just over a year, Stapledon moved his scholars to a larger site that he had purchased on Turl Street, which became Stapledon Hall, later Exeter College.
After the Coptic version of the complete text was discovered in 1945 at Nag Hammadi, scholars soon realized that three different Greek text fragments previously found at Oxyrhynchus, also in Egypt, were part of the Gospel of Thomas.
After reporting the decision of the Sacred Congregation of Rites in 1961 as resulting from the studies of scholars, the Italian-language Enciclopedia dei Santi says that there still remain the miracles that occurred and the official recognition that the Church gave in the nineteenth century, the personal devotion to Saint Philomena of popes and people who were later canonized, and the widespread general devotion that still persists, particularly at Mugnano del Cardinale in the Diocese of Nola, where pilgrims from all over the world arrive continually, giving a display of intense popular devotion.
After the Bar Kochba Revolt, Rabbinic scholars gathered in Tiberias and Safed to re-assemble and re-assess Judaism, its laws, theology, liturgy, beliefs and leadership structure.
" After conducting research for three years since 2002, scholars of the two countries announced their first report on three categories-the ancient, medieval, and modern times.
After his political retirement, Ōkuma became president of Waseda University and chairman of the Japan Civilization Society, from which scholars ' many translations of European and American texts were published.
After Turner's book was published in 1949, scholars began coming to the Gullah region regularly to study African influences in Gullah language and culture.
After his death, his legacy continued as a large number of scholars, inspired by his work, became specialists in the areas Albright had pioneered.
After 387 AD the territory of Caucasian Albania, sometimes referred to by scholars as " Greater Albania ," grew to about 45, 000 km².

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