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After the cessation of hostilities, the Israel-Egypt Armistice Agreement of 24 February 1949 established the separation line between Egyptian and Israeli forces, and established what became the present boundary between the Gaza Strip and Israel.
After the cessation of this first round of persecution ( fitna ) they return home, but soon a second round begins.
After four more years, 1950 saw the cessation of major military hostilities — with the newly founded People's Republic of China controlling mainland China ( including Hainan ), and the Republic of China's jurisdiction being restricted to Taiwan, Penghu, Quemoy, Matsu and several outlying islands.
After Holt's death and the cessation of GWS, there was no longer anything resembling an authoritative voice of the unschooling movement.
After just 100 hours of ground combat, and with all of Kuwait and much of southern Iraq under coalition control, US President George H. W. Bush ordered a cease-fire and negotiations began resulting in an agreement for cessation of hostilities.
After cessation of hostilities, Studebaker returned to building automobiles that appealed to average Americans.
After the cessation of hostilities, Halsey, still aggressively cautious of Japanese kamikaze attacks, ordered Third Fleet to maintain a protective air cover with the following communiqué:
" After the cessation of the catamenial period, became insensibly more and more languid, with general increase of bulk ...
After a lull in activity in the San Francisco branch of the society in the late 1990s and the cessation of publication of that chapter ’ s monthly newsletter Rough Draft listing of events for the San Francisco Cacophony Society ( 172 issues were produced during the years 1986 to 2001 ), a group of subscribers to the practically defunct society ’ s email discussion list became active under the Cacophony Society aegis following a mock Pigeon Roast put on by a fictitious organization calling itself " Bay Area Rotisserie Friends " in San Francisco ’ s Union Square in 2000 proposed by Drunken Consumptive Panda.
After the cessation of hostilities, the United States Air Force occupied nearby Kunsan Air Base, which has had an impact on Gunsan City.
After about 8, 800 Holsteins had been imported, disease problems in Europe led to the cessation of imports to the United States.
After the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, Trans-Jordan, renamed Jordan in 1949, renamed the area on the west bank under its control following the cessation of hostilities the " West Bank " ( Arabic: الضفة الغربية ‎ aḍ-Ḍaffah l-Ġarbiyyah ) to distinguish it from the rest of the kingdom, which falls on the Jordan River ’ s east bank.
After the invasion of Poland by German forces, on 2 November 1939, the president of Poland Ignacy Mościcki ordered that the Senate and Sejm cease to operate and remain in recess until the end of the war, after which elections were ordered to take place within 60 days after the cessation of hostilities ; this however, was never to take place.
After the cessation of hostilities, racing began again on a limited basis in 1945, and Ted Horn won all seven races he entered that year.
After the cessation of telegraph communications, the building served as a home for orphans run by the Salvation Army, with the children attending La Perouse Public School when this first opened in the early 1950s.
After the cessation of hostilities, a large migration took place.
After the cessation of freight services, the lines were removed and the station demolished.
After the surrender of Japan and the cessation of hostilities, the Navy was no longer able to justify such severe sentences as a warning to other potentially dissident servicemen and labor battalions.
After cessation of hostilities, Murray was based in France as Chief of Staff to the Army of Occupation and, thereafter, he was appointed Governor of the Royal Military College Sandurst ( 1819 ).
After the cessation of hostilities and British withdrawal from the former colonies, the house was confiscated by the State of New York with no recompense to the Billopp family.
After the cessation of hostilities in 1865, as he launched his career, he participated in some local politics and civic activities, but primarily directed his considerable energies into developing transportation and mineral resources in the mountainous regions of Virginia and the newly-formed state of West Virginia.
After the cessation of hostilities he resumed his racing activities, occasionally taking the wheel of a Veritas, as in his appearance in the 1952 German GP, but mainly competing in a Borgward in events as diverse as the long-distance 1000 km Buenos Aires, Le Mans 24 Hours and Carrera Panamericana and speed record attempts at AVUS.
After the NATO bombing campaign in 1999, leading LDK members were present for the signing of the Kumanovo Treaty that adopted United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244 and formalized the cessation of hostilities in Kosovo.
After the cessation of hostilities and the establishment of Communism in both states, Debar passed back into Yugoslav hands.

After and official
After the end of the official celebration, the day ended in a huge four-day popular feast and people celebrated with fireworks, as well as fine wine and running naked through the streets in order to display their great freedom.
After 52 often beleaguered years in St. Louis, the Browns moved to Baltimore in 1954 and adopted the Orioles name in honor of the official state bird of Maryland.
After a month-long recount and several appeals from different parties, Arias was declared the official winner with 40. 9 % of the votes against 39. 8 % for Solís.
After publishing its own edition in 1979, the First Presidency announced in 1992 that the KJV was the church's official English Bible, stating " hile other Bible versions may be easier to read than the King James Version, in doctrinal matters latter-day revelation supports the King James Version in preference to other English translations.
After tensions with the U. S. government came to a head in 1890, the church officially abandoned the public practice of polygamy in the United States, and eventually stopped performing official polygamous marriages altogether after a Second Manifesto in 1904.
After the results were announced on 9 December, there was violent unrest in Kinshasa and Mbuji-Mayi, where official tallies showed that a strong majority had voted for the opposition candidate Etienne Tshisekedi.
* 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.
After the proclamation of the Empire in 1804, David became the official court painter of the regime.
After the Great War, there was a proposal for the League of Nations to accept Esperanto as their working language, following a report by Nitobe Inazō, an official delegate of League of Nations during the 13th World Congress of Esperanto in Prague.
After his expulsion became official in January 1831, he attempted to start a private class in advanced algebra which attracted some interest, but this waned, as it seemed that his political activism had priority.
After independence from Russia in 1917, the Finnish Civil War, including interventions by Imperial Germany and Soviet Russia, and failure of the Communist revolution, resulted in the official ban on Communism, and strengthening relations with Western countries.
After the execution, the Queen ordered Bacon to write the official government account of the trial, which was later published as A DECLARATION of the Practices and Treasons attempted and committed by Robert late Earle of Essex and his Complices, against her Majestie and her Kingdoms ... after Bacon's first draft was heavily edited by the Queen and her ministers.
After some hesitation the assembly decided on 2 January 1792 that all official documents would use the " era of Liberty " and that the year IV of Liberty started on 1 January 1792.
After the military coup, in 1980 PAIGC admitted in its official newspaper " Nó Pintcha " ( dated November 29, 1980 ) that many were executed and buried in unmarked collective graves in the woods of Cumerá, Portogole and Mansabá.
After the Uprising Congress Poland, downgraded in official usage from the Kingdom of Poland to the Vistula Land, was more fully integrated into Russia proper, but not entirely obliterated.
After the Gabo Reform in 1894, the Joseon Dynasty and later the Korean Empire started to write all official documents in Hangul.
After the Soviet Union dissolved, evidence from the Soviet archives also became available, containing official records of the execution of approximately 800, 000 prisoners under Stalin for either political or criminal offenses, around 1. 7 million deaths in the Gulags and some 390, 000 deaths during kulak forced resettlementwith a total of about 3 million officially recorded victims in these categories.
After this battle, the future king calls himself " Prince of Portugal ", the first step towards " official independence " that will be reached in 1139 after the Battle of Ourique.
After an exhaustive and divisive debate with the non-Hindi speakers, Hindi was adopted as the official language of India in 1950 with English continuing as an associate official language for a period of fifteen years, after which Hindi would become the sole official language.
* After Moon's death, Small Faces / Faces drummer Kenney Jones became an official member of The Who.
After control of Taiwan was handed to the Republic of China in 1945, the official romanization of the city name came to be " Kao-hsiung ", based on the Wade – Giles romanization of the Mandarin reading of the kanji name.
After the demise of Der Sturm Gallery in 1924 he ran an advertising agency called Merzwerbe, which held the accounts for Pelikan inks and Bahlsen biscuits, amongst others, and became the official typographer for Hannover town council between 1929 and 1934.
After being refused recognition as official representative of the Bolshevik regime, Radek alongside other delegates ( Adolph Joffe, Nikolai Bukharin, Christian Rakovsky and Ignatov ) to the German Congress of Soviets.

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