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After killing an Egyptian slave-master, Moses fled across the Red Sea to Midian where he encountered the God of Israel in the form of a " burning bush ".
After they entered, she locked the doors and set fire to the building, burning them alive.
After looting and burning the city Richard established his base there, but this created tension between Richard and Philip Augustus.
After materialisation, they are shown to be burning.
Ackroyd notes that More explicitly " approved of Burning " After the case of John Tewkesbury, a London leather-seller found guilty by More of harbouring banned books and sentenced to burning for refusing to recant, More declared: he " burned as there was neuer wretche I wene better worthy.
After, residents head into the streets for the burning of the " Carnival clown ", signaling the end of the Carnival.
After two days of the fire burning out of control, rain helped douse the remaining fire.
After the bombardment of Fort Sumter, Sherman hesitated about committing to military service and ridiculed Lincoln's call for 75, 000 three-month volunteers to quell secession, reportedly saying: " Why, you might as well attempt to put out the flames of a burning house with a squirt-gun.
After setting up and ambush and attacking their lightly armoured Humvee vehicles with small arms fire and RPG ’ s the patrol stopped and Macedonian forces and guerrillas exchanged fire in a short skirmish, after soldiers started retreating half of the patrol managed to escape one soldier was shot and 7 others captured and allegedly executed with knives and then their corpses were allegedly burned. News of the massacre sparked local uprisings against Muslim Albanians in several towns and cities across Macedonia, and such revolts included burning and vandalising shops and Mosques.
After the burning at the stake of Joan of Arc in 1431, her ashes were thrown into the Seine from the medieval stone Mathilde Bridge, though unserious counter-claims persist.
After burning the residence of one of the three despised officials, student protesters were arrested and severely assaulted.
After she was dead, he paid her no honour, but viewed her burning pyre from his dining-room.
After burning off fuel, it was able to land on the runway without incident, although its front gear collapsed upon landing.
After the defeat of Troy in the Trojan War, the elderly Anchises was carried from the burning city by his son Aeneas, accompanied by Aeneas ' wife Creusa, who died in the escape attempt, and small son Ascanius ( the subject is depicted in several paintings, including a famous version by Federico Barocci in the Galleria Borghese in Rome ).
After about 48 hours of this process, the brain starts burning ketones in order to more directly use the energy from the fat stores that are being depended upon, and to reserve the glucose only for its absolute needs, thus avoiding the depletion of the body's protein store in the muscles.
After the wartime bridge burning, a tugboat, Columbia, was used to tow canal boats across the river.
After the test, patients often have some burning feeling when they urinate and often see small amounts of blood in their urine.
After hearing of the Union Army's burning of Columbia, South Carolina on February 17, 1865, residents of Robeson County worried about the troops ' advance.
After engaging the rifling the bullet is progressively subjected to accelerated angular momentum as burning powder propels it down the barrel.
After the burning of the hotel operated by Mr. Wyley, Mr. Grant bought its lot and built a large, modern hotel which he operated very successfully for a number of years.
After the Revolutionary War, Horseneck changed its name to " Caldwell Township " in honor of a local war hero and pastor, James Caldwell, who used burning pages from his church's bibles to ignite the ammo in soldiers ' cannons and helped to drive the British out of Horseneck.
After the Revolutionary War, Horseneck changed its name to " Caldwell Township " in honor of a local war hero and pastor, James Caldwell, who used burning pages from his church's bibles to ignite the ammo in soldiers ' cannons and helped to drive the British out of Horseneck.
After the burning of Kingston all the important documents and government officials were moved to Kerhonkson, remaining for two weeks until they were moved to Albany.
After capturing the city, Mansfeld demanded 120, 000 golden guldens as war reparations and an additional 47, 000 florins for sparing the city and not burning it to the ground.

After and Tuileries
After the situation had been defused, the king and his family were brought by the crowd to the Tuileries Palace in Paris.
After the French Revolution, it was moved to the Louvre, but spent a brief period in the bedroom of Napoleon in the Tuileries Palace.
After 10 August ( the storming of the Tuileries Palace ) he was again given charge of the finances in the provisional executive council, but could not offer a remedy to France's difficulties.
After a short imprisonment on a charge of inciting riots in Haguenau, he returned to Paris, where he joined Georges Danton and played an important part in the attack on the Tuileries on 10 August 1792.
After the events of 10 August 1792 ( storming of the Tuileries Palace ), he fled to England, where he was the guest of Arthur Young.
After the fall of the monarchy, Philippe risked his own life by saving suspects of the revolutionary regime — in particular, and at the request of Grace Elliott, he saved the life of Louis René Quentin de Richebourg de Champcenetz, the governor of the Tuileries Palace, who was his personal enemy.
After the death of Louis XIV, the five-year-old Louis XV became owner of the Tuileries Garden.
After the King's removal from power and execution, the Tuileries became the National Garden ( Jardin National ) of the new French Republic.
After the downfall of the monarchy on 10 August 1792 ( following the storming of the royal Tuileries Palace ), he was elected as deputy for the départment of the Loire-Inférieure to the National Convention — which met on 22 September and proclaimed the French Republic.
After the storming of the Tuileries Palace on 10 August 1792, he abandoned his revolutionary principles and fled first to Switzerland, and then later to Great Britain.
After the coup d ' état by Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte in 1852, the Tuileries Palace served as the official residence of the executive branch of government, and when President Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte became Emperor Napoléon III, he moved from his office at the Élysée Palace to the Tuileries.
After much hesitation, the Third Republic eventually decided not to restore the ruins of the Tuileries, which had become a symbol of the former royal and imperial regimes.
After an angry mob of hungry women incited by revolutionaries stormed the Palace of Versailles on October 5, 1789, the Marquise accompanied the royal family to live in the Tuileries Palace in Paris.
After the march of women to Versailles on 5 October 1789, and the transfer of the royal family to the Tuileries Palace in Paris, she remained with the king and his family, rather than with her aunts, mesdames Adélaïde and Victoire, at the château de Bellevue, near Paris.
After serving for some years in the French Caribbean, Maurice de Rocques returned to France and settled in Paris as a secret diplomatic agent in 1789, and, although he was an émigré to Great Britain after the 10th of August 1792 attack on the Tuileries, he returned six weeks later to Paris, where his safety during the Reign of Terror was most probably purchased by services to the French Republic.

After and Palace
* 1858 – After the original Big Ben, a 14. 5 tonne bell for the Palace of Westminster had cracked during testing, it is recast into the current 13. 76 tonne bell by Whitechapel Bell Foundry.
After leaving the group in late 1968, Parsons and fellow Byrd Chris Hillman formed The Flying Burrito Brothers in 1969, releasing their debut, The Gilded Palace of Sin, the same year.
" After the many wedding parties were over the newlyweds moved into the Anichkov Palace in St. Petersburg where they were to live for the next 15 years, when they were not taking extended holidays at their summer villa Livadia in the Crimea.
* 498 – After the death of Anastasius II, Symmachus is elected Pope in the Lateran Palace, while Laurentius is elected Pope in Santa Maria Maggiore.
After the February Revolution, Nicholas II and his family were placed under house arrest in the Alexander Palace.
After the candidate obtains the confidence of the Congress of Deputies, he is appointed by the King as prime minister in a ceremony of inauguration in which he is sworn at the Audience Hall of the Palace of Zarzuela — the residence of the King — and in presence of the Major Notary of the Kingdom.
After his travels, Sima was chosen to be a Palace Attendant in the government, whose duties were to inspect different parts of the country with Emperor Han Wudi.
After a fire in 1697 when the original medieval castle was destroyed, Stockholm Palace was erected in a baroque style.
After their wedding celebrations, Khurram " finding her in appearance and character elect among all the women of the time ," gave her the title Mumtaz Mahal ( Jewel of the Palace ).
After leaving Gloucestershire in 1900, the Graces lived in Mottingham, a south-east London suburb, not far from the Crystal Palace where he played for London County, or from Eltham where he played club cricket in his sixties.
* After many years of construction, the Potala Palace is completed.
After a few months ' respite from the Say You Will tour, Nicks did a four-night stint in May 2005 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, and then did a 10-show tour with Don Henley.
" After winning the regiment over, the troops marched to the Winter Palace where they arrested the infant Emperor, his parents and their own lieutenant-colonel, Count von Munnich.
After some five years of siege, Manuel II entrusted the city to his nephew and embarked ( along with a suite of 40 people ) on a long trip abroad to seek assistance against the Ottoman Empire from the courts of western Europe, including those of Henry IV of England ( making him the only Byzantine emperor ever to visit England – he was welcomed from December 1400 to January 1401 at Eltham Palace, and a joust took place in his honour ), Charles VI of France, the Holy Roman Empire, Queen Margaret I of Denmark and from Aragon.
After the Munich Agreement of 1938 appeared to forestall the advent of armed conflict, the British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain was invited onto the balcony of Buckingham Palace with the King and Queen to receive acclamation from a crowd of well-wishers.
After Alexandra married the Prince of Wales in 1863, a new park and " Palace of the People ", a huge public exhibition and arts centre under construction on a hilltop overlooking north London, were renamed the Alexandra Palace and park to commemorate her.
After the triumph he gave at the Royal Palace, in 1847, the king decided to take his entourage to see Robert-Houdin at the Palais Royal.
After taking power in September 1944, the Communist-dominated government had his body exhumed and secretly buried in the courtyard of the Vrana Palace near Sofia.
After the fall of communism, an excavation attempt was made at the Vrana Palace, in which only Boris's heart was found, as it had been put in a glass cylinder outside the coffin.
After a fierce battle in the dark the attackers captured General Laza Petrović, head of the Palace Guard, and forced him to reveal the hiding place of King Alexander Obrenović and his wife Queen Draga.
After her graduation from high school and the Children's Palace, she pursued a career as a professional dancer.

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