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After re-establishing its credibility in 1989, Australia underlined its superiority with victories in the 1990 – 91, 1993, 1994 – 95, 1997, 1998 – 99, 2001 and 2002 – 03 series, all by convincing margins.
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After and re-establishing
After forty years under the control of Arian bishops, the churches of Constantinople were now restored to those who subscribed to the Nicene Creed ; Arians were also ejected from the churches of other cities in the Eastern Roman Empire thus re-establishing Christian orthodoxy in the East.
After the Third Partition in 1795, he came to Paris to seek French aid in re-establishing Polish independence and, in 1796, he started the formation of the Polish Legions, a Polish unit of the French Revolutionary Army.
After the village of Falenty was captured at 16. 00 Poniatowski launched a counterattack which evicted the Austrians from the town and re-establishing the Polish line.
After 1830 the French foundation of the Order of Saint Lazarus continued under the governance of a council of officers who in 1841 invited the Patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church Maximos III Mazloum to become Spiritual Protector of the order, thence re-establishing a tangible connection with the Order's early roots in Jerusalem.
After the International Horse Show of 1933 was abandoned, a new committee headed by the young Beaufort succeeded in re-establishing the event at Olympia in 1934.
After and its
After all, when one has asked whatever became of old Joe and Charlie when one has inquired who it was Sue Brown married and where it is they now live when questions are asked and answered about families and children, and old professors when the game and its probable outcome has been exhausted that does it.
After selecting a sheet and inspecting it for flaws ( even the best sometimes has foreign ' nubbins ' on its surface ), I sponge it thoroughly on both sides with clean, cold water.
After this brief discussion of neo-, paleocortical, and cortico-hypothalamic relations, let us return once more to the problem of hypothalamic balance and its physiological and pathological significance.
After finding that its coasts led nowhere, however, he turned north again, toward the main, ice-filled passageway -- and the crew, at first uneasy, then frightened, rebelled.
After being closed for seven months, the Garden of the Gods Club will have its gala summer opening Saturday, June 3.
After a protracted, hysterical trial scene more notable for the frankness of its language than for dramatic credibility, the jury, to no one's surprise, leaves the legal question unresolved.
After the later establishment of the People's Republic of China and its adoption of Hanyu Pinyin, the use of Zhuyin today is limited, but it's still widely used in Taiwan where the Republic of China still governs.
After the dissolution of the Iberian Union in 1640, Portugal would reestablish its authority over the lost territories of the Portuguese Empire.
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.
* 1956 – After going bankrupt in 1955, the American broadcaster DuMont Television Network makes its final broadcast, a boxing match from St. Nicholas Arena in New York in the Boxing from St. Nicholas Arena series.
After winning the First Test by an innings after being controversially sent in by Hutton, Australia lost its way and England took a hat-trick of victories to win the series 3 – 1.
After finishing its work on the first car, the engine installation crew can begin working on the second car.
After visiting him, Alcott wrote, " Concord will be shorn of its human splendor when he withdraws behind the cloud.
After this failed, he devised a collapsable boat, which would either have its cabin fall in or become shipwrecked.
After the indecisive < ref name =" British historian Townsend Miller "> British historian Townsend Miller: “ But, if the outcome of < nowiki > battle of </ nowiki > Toro, militarily, is debatable, there is no doubt whatsoever as to its enormous psychological and political effects ” in The battle of Toro, 1476, in History Today, volume 14, 1964, p. 270 </ ref > Battle of Toro in 1476 against King Ferdinand II of Aragon, the husband of Isabella I of Castile, he went to France to obtain the assistance of Louis XI, but finding himself deceived by the French monarch, he returned to Portugal in 1477 in very low spirits.
After the King's Peace 387 BC, Sparta was anxious to re-establish its presence in the north of Greece.
After Rome became an Empire under Augustus, the nominal independence of Athens dissolved and its government converged to the normal type for a Roman municipality, with a Senate ( gerousia ) of decuriones.
After its introduction on Plancius's globe, the first known depiction of the constellation in a celestial atlas was in Johann Bayer's Uranometria of 1603, where it was called " Apis Indica ".
After reading it, Gladstone requested its publication in England, where it appeared as " The Gospel of Wealth " in the Pall Mall Gazette.
After being defeated, Naxos is believed ( based on similar, later revolts ) to have been forced to tear down its walls, and lost its fleet and its vote in the League.
After and credibility
" After implying that the book's publisher, Westminster John Knox, was a self-publisher, Grayling went on to write that Polkinghorne and others were eager to see the credibility accorded to scientific research extended to religious perspectives through association — perspectives Grayling labelled " the superstitious lucubrations of illiterate goatherds living several thousand years ago ".
After the airing of the report, many parodies were posted by internet users ridiculing the comment and CCTV's credibility in part.
* February 20, 2002: After discussions on the purpose of the Office in the US media, Douglas Feith, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, assures the public in an interview that Defense Department officials will not undermine the credibility of US institutions by lying to the public, and states that the exact mandate of the office is under review.
After he goes on a hunger strike and is spotted chained to some railings by the nefarious Chancellor of the Exchequer / Deputy Prime Minister David Carlton ( Charles Dance ), he is drawn into a world of seedy political intrigue, as the Deputy Prime Minister tries to use Ali as a tool to destroy the Prime Minister's credibility.
After the authenticity of the Ossian poems was disproved, A Critical Dissertation on the Poems of Ossian caused a decline in Blair's credibility.
After staff in Tory's office leaked Eves ' impending resignation, Eves reportedly refused to resign, thereby undercutting the new leader's credibility.
After losing in court, Paine and some colleagues visit Adams at home and attempt to enlist his support and use his credibility as an impartial party in taking a stand against the British.
After the rebellions died down, more moderate reformers, such as the political partners Robert Baldwin and Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine, gained credibility as an alternative voice to the radicals.
After his death in custody Carlotta Gall and Andy Worthington published a profile of Hekmati that challenged the credibility of the allegations against him, because the Guantanamo intelligence analysts never realized that the Taliban had placed a $ 1 million bounty on his head.
After the collapse of democracy and the ensuing Nazi protectorate in 1939, the retired professor gained considerable credibility among his younger Czech contemporaries through the performance of several patriotic and morale-boosting works, meant as a musical form of resistance.
After losing credibility he was effectively demoted in 1988 ( through loss of the health portfolio ) and then sacked from his cabinet post in 1989.
After having not had any favorable response from the Prime Minister he approached the Supreme Court and based on the fair credibility of preliminary evidence and documents, the court agreed to take up the petition.
After the Vietnam War, the term " credibility gap " has come to be used by political opponents in cases where an actual, perceived or implied discrepancy exists between a politician's public pronouncements and the actual, perceived or implied reality.
After 1991, the factions clashed occasionally and thus, the rebels lost much of their credibility with the West.
After that fallout, Minaj did talk to Funkmaster Flex about the incident, even though the damage had already been done to both its credibility and to the concertgoers.
After Rescorla's fears were borne out by the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, he gained greater credibility and authority, which resulted in a change to the culture of Morgan Stanley, whom he believed should have moved out of the building, as he continued to feel, as did his old American friend from Rhodesia, Dan Hill, that the World Trade Center was still a target for terrorists, and that the next attack could involve a plane crashing into one of the towers.
After trying to talk to Guy and tell him what has transpired, Tora discovers that Max has mentally influenced the world into believing that she had attempted to murder Guy shortly after the events of Blackest Night, thus ruining any credibility she has.
After completing a lengthy investigation, prosecutors filed a motion to drop all charges against Strauss-Kahn, stating that they were not convinced of his culpability beyond a reasonable doubt due to serious issues in the complainant's credibility and inconclusive physical evidence, and therefore could not ask a jury to believe in it.
After Subotić wrote a press release that was distributed in Balkan print media outlets on August 11, 2009 in which he denies Knežević's charges and further questions Knežević's and Blic editor-in-chief Veselin Simonović's professional and moral credibility, Knežević wrote a lengthy response saying that he stands by every word from his Vijesti, Blic and NIN interviews.
Club, he said " After I did that voiceover, I was very aware of the power of The Simpsons, because in certain quarters, I got instant credibility.
After publication of the book, McCarthy strenuously attacked both Risner ( deeming him " unlikeable ") and Risner's credibility in a review.