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After the Moral Majority ’ s establishment, the state chapters grew quickly, with organizations in eighteen states by 1980.
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After the publication of Essays Moral and Political in 1744, Hume applied for the Chair of Pneumatics and Moral Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh.
* MacIntyre, Alasdair, After Virtue: A Study in Moral Theory ( University of Notre Dame Press, 1984, 2nd edn.
After Reagan ’ s victory, Falwell announced Reagan ’ s success was directly due to the Moral Majority and others registering and encouraging church-goers to vote who had never before been politically active.
After his death, his son, Francis Hutcheson published much the longest of his works, A System of Moral Philosophy, in Three Books ( 2 vols .. London, 1755 ).
After a childhood spent in an austerity which stigmatized as unholy even the novels of Sir Walter Scott, he began his college career at the age of fourteen at a time when Christopher North and Dr Ritchie were lecturing on Moral Philosophy and Logic.
After the 1871 Commune and the 1879 defeat of Marshall Mac-Mahon's Moral Order government, French society slowly found a consensus for the Republic, symbolized by the rallying of the Orleanists to the Republic.
After serving in MI6 during World War II, Austin became White's Professor of Moral Philosophy at Oxford.
* Alasdair MacIntyre has made an effort to reconstruct a virtue-based theory in dialogue with the problems of modern and postmodern thought ; his works include After Virtue and Three Rival Versions of Moral Enquiry.
* MacIntyre, Alasdair, After Virtue: A Study in Moral Theory, University of Notre Dame Press, 1984 / Duckworth, 1985 ( 2nd edn.
After the 16 May 1877 crisis and the fall of the Ordre Moral government led by Marshall MacMahon, the Republicans voted Jules Ferry's 1880 laws on free education ( 1881 ) and mandatory and laic education ( 1882 ), which Catholics felt was a gross violation of their rights.
Three Rival Versions of Moral Inquiry was first presented by MacIntyre as part of the Gifford lecture series at the University of Edinburgh in 1988 and is considered by many the third part in a trilogy of philosophical argumentation that commenced with After Virtue.
After making 76 on first-class debut as a wicketkeeper, he played for Cambridge University between 1961 and 1968 ( captaining the side from 1964 onwards ), first as an undergraduate in the Classical and Moral Sciences tripos, and then as a postgraduate.
After some years of hesitation he resolved to be ordained, and in 1802 he passed with great distinction the examination for candidatus theologiae, and attracted the regard of FV Reinhard, author of the System der christlichen Moral ( 1788 – 1815 ), then court-preacher at Dresden, who became his warm friend and patron during the remainder of his life.
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After and Majority
* 1962 – Vietnam War: After a trip to Vietnam at the request of US President John F. Kennedy, US Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield becomes the first American official not to make an optimistic public comment on the war's progress.
* December 2 – Vietnam War: After a trip to Vietnam at the request of U. S. President John F. Kennedy, U. S. Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield becomes the first American official to make a non-optimistic public comment on the war's progress.
After recovering from his health problems, Dirksen was elected to the Senate in 1950 when he unseated Senate Majority Leader Scott Lucas.
After Republicans took the majority in the Senate, Lott became Senate Majority Whip in 1995 and then Senate Majority Leader in 1996, upon the resignation of presidential nominee Bob Dole of Kansas.
After losing the Majority Leader post, Lott was less visible on the national scene, although he did break with some standard conservative positions.
After serving as his party's Whip for eight years, DeLay was elected Majority Leader upon the retirement of Dick Armey in 2003.
After being indicted on September 28, 2005, DeLay stepped down from his position as Majority Leader.
After Chirac's re-election, in order to fight together the legislative election, the Union for the Presidential Majority ( Union pour la majorité présidentielle ) was created.
After the Republicans lost 5 seats in the 1998 midterm elections, Largent tried to take advantage of discontent with Majority Leader Dick Armey by challenging Armey for the post.
After the numerous calls by Democrats, including Rep. Nancy Pelosi ( D-CA ), Speaker of the House and Senate Majority Leader Sen. Harry Reid ( D-NV ), Putnam became the top Republican in either House to call for the ouster of former U. S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.
After Republicans won a majority in the state House in the 2010 elections, Stam lost a vote to become the party's nominee for Speaker of the House to representative Tom Tillis, but was elected Majority Leader instead.
After months of speculation, Garofalo announced on the broadcast of Friday, July 14, 2006 that she would be leaving her co-host position on The Majority Report ; on the Wednesday, July 19 broadcast ( while Seder and Garofalo were interviewing Jason Bateman ), Garofalo cited her reason for leaving the show as precipitated by several " unrecoverable " on-air arguments with Seder ; she also said that she regards Seder as a better radio broadcaster than she, and therefore a better choice to continue The Majority Report.
After several delays, Candlebox released its first album in 10 years, Into the Sun, on July 22 via Silent Majority / ILG records.
After House Majority Leader Tom DeLay stepped down upon criminal indictment in Texas, Blunt served as interim House Majority Leader from September 29, 2005, to February 2, 2006, when John Boehner of Ohio was elected as DeLay's permanent replacement.
After Armey's retirement, fellow Texan and Republican Tom DeLay, then House Majority Whip, was elevated to Armey's Majority Leader position.
After Democratic Majority Leader Scott W. Lucas was defeated in 1950 due to his link with Truman's administration, McFarland's Democratic colleagues chose him as majority leader.
After the election, a large grouping of parties, including the PCT, was launched in December 2007: the Rally of the Presidential Majority ( RMP ).
After a hold was placed on his nomination, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced on June 22, 2009, that he would invoke cloture on the nomination.
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After Caligula delivered Tiberius ’ eulogy, Caligula sailed to Pandataria and the Pontine Islands and returned with the ashes of his mother and brother Nero.
After the Circus Games, Caligula ordered written evidence of the court cases from Tiberius ’ treason trials to be brought to the Forum to be burnt, first being the cases of Agrippina and her two sons.
After his death these appeared again in Gen. Albert Pike ’ s Poems ( 1900 ) and Lyrics and Love Songs ( 1916 ).
After his mother ’ s early death, Ansgar was brought up in Corbie Abbey, and made rapid progress in his education.
After extensive antimicrobial testing according to the Agency ’ s stringent test protocols, 355 copper alloys, including many brasses, were found to kill more than 99. 9 % of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus ( MRSA ), E. coli O157: H7, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, Enterobacter aerogenes, and vancomycin-resistant Enterococci ( VRE ) within two hours of contact.
After showing its first growth since the communist era in 2000, Bulgaria ’ s industrial sector has grown slowly but steadily in the early 2000s ( decade ).
After a brief pause, Marlborough ’ s equerry, Colonel Bringfield ( or Bingfield ), led up another of the Duke ’ s spare horses ; but while assisting him onto his mount, the unfortunate Bringfield was hit by an errant cannonball that sheared off his head.
After earlier failing to hold or retake Franquenée and Taviers, Guiscard ’ s right flank had become dangerously exposed and a fatal gap had opened on the right of their line.
After all that had happened, open shadowing, friends turning away, Pasternak ’ s suicidal condition at the time, one can ... understand her: the memory of Stalin ’ s camps was too fresh, she tried to protect him.
After 3 months of provisional government, Déby ’ s Patriotic Salvation Movement ( MPS ) approved a national charter on February 28, 1991, with Déby as president.
After the mutinies, President Patassé suffered from a typical " dictator ’ s paranoia ", resulting in a period of cruel terror executed by the presidential guard and various militia within the FACA loyal to the president, such as the Karako.
( After I left for college, my father would clip out that strip each year and send it to me just to make sure I didn ’ t miss it.
After the dictator Siad Barre ’ s ousting, conflicts between the General Farah Aidid's party and other clans in Somalia had led to famine and lawlessness throughout the country.
After a term as Praetor, the magistrate would serve as a provincial governor in the office of Propraetor, wielding Propraetor imperium, commanding the province ’ s legions, and possessing ultimate authority within his province ( s ).
After the war ended, Soviet Union seized all of Nissan ’ s Manchuria assets, while the Occupation Forces made use of over half of the Yokohama plant.
After more than 800 commercials, it was clear that Thomas played a major role in Wendy ’ s status as the country's third most popular burger restaurant.
In a December 5, 2007 article on Mutato Muzika, LA Weekly reported that " After touring sporadically over the past decade but not releasing any new material, Devo are spending December at Mutato trying to create an album ’ s worth of new material and contemplating a method of dispersal in the post-record-company world.
After the revolution Egypt ’ s foreign exchange reserves fell from $ 36 billion in December 2010 to only $ 16. 3 billion in January 2012, also in February 2012 Standard & Poor ’ s rating agency lowered the Egypt ’ s credit rating from B + to B in the long term.