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After and fall
After that, he declared, `` to return to freedom was to fall to one's knees before the real world and adore it ''.
After correspondence with Miss Packard and to the joy of Miss Packard and Miss Giles, she came to Atlanta, in the fall of 1888, to help wherever needed, although there was then no money available to pay her a salary.
After the fall of Fort Sumter, Lincoln realized the importance of taking immediate executive control of the war and making an overall strategy to put down the rebellion.
After the fall of the Akkadian empire in the mid 21st century BC, the Assyrians who were the northern branch of the Akkadian people, colonised parts of the region between the 21st and mid 18th centuries BC and claimed the resources, notably silver.
After the fall of the Achaemenid Empire, the unity of the Imperial Aramaic script was lost, diversifying into a number of descendant cursives.
After this failed, he devised a collapsable boat, which would either have its cabin fall in or become shipwrecked.
After Ali ibn Yusuf's death in 1143, his son Tashfin ibn Ali lost ground rapidly before the Almohads, and in 1146 he was killed by a fall from a precipice while attempting to escape after a defeat near Oran.
After the fall of France, he met up with his family in Marseille, where he arrived by sea.
After World War II predicted methods were invariably applied but the fall of shot usually needed adjustment because of inaccuracy in locating the target, the proximity of friendly troops or the need to engage a moving target.
After the fall of the Duchy of Athens and the principality of Achaia, the only Latin possessions left on the mainland of Greece were the papal city of Monemvasia, the fortress of Vonitsa, the Messenian stations Coron and Modon, Navarino, the castles of Argos and Nauplia, to which the island of Aegina was subordinate, Lepanto and Pteleon.
After finishing the trios, in the fall of 1808, he began sketching the Choral Fantasy, the work considered to be the " first draft " of the last movement of the Symphony No. 9.
After the fall of the communism in 1990, the former communist party changed to Bulgarian Socialist Party ( BSP ) and won the first post-communist elections for the new constitution in 1990 with a small majority.
After the fall of Communism and Bulgaria's transition to a market economy, wages fell severely.
After they fall asleep, Grendel enters the hall and attacks, devouring one of Beowulf's men.
After the fall of Singapore, several thousand British and Australian prisoners of war were sent to camps in Borneo.
After the fall of the Khmer Empire in the early 15th century, the Dongrek Mountains served as a natural border leaving the Khmer north of the mountains under the sphere of influence of Lan Xang.
After the fall, the rule of God was expressed through the Law, the Judges, the King of Israel and finally the promise that God would write his law on his people's hearts ( Jer 31: 33 ).
After the fall of the Western Empire much of the infrastructure needed to create plate armour diminished.
After the fall of James II of England, in 1688, Mather was among the leaders of the successful revolt against James's governor of the consolidated Dominion of New England, Sir Edmund Andros.
After defeating the St. Louis Blues in seven games the Wings would fall in the Western Conference Finals to the eventual champion Colorado Avalanche.
After Macias ' fall in 1979, President Obiang asked for Spanish assistance, and since then, Spain has regained influence in Equatorial Guinea's diplomatic relations.
After suffering a fall the autumn of 1937, the philosopher became ill with pleurisy.
After the fall of the Byzantine Empire, the legitimate heir to the throne, Andreas Palaiologos, willed away his claim to Ferdinand and Isabella in 1503.
After the fall of Napoleon I and the Liberal revolution in Portugal, the Portuguese Royals returned to Europe ( 1820 ).

After and Conservative
After six years in opposition, Disraeli and the Conservative Party won the election of 1874, giving the party its first absolute majority in the House of Commons since the 1840s.
After nearly becoming extinct in the 1940s and 50s, the Liberal Party revived its fortunes somewhat under the leadership of Jo Grimond in the 1960s, by positioning itself as a radical centrist non-socialist alternative to the Conservative and Labour Party governments of the time.
After a brief Conservative interlude ( during which the Second Reform Act was passed by agreement between the parties ), Gladstone won a huge victory at the 1868 election and formed the first Liberal government.
After initial Conservative opposition to Keynesian fiscal policy, this settlement was broadly accepted by all parties until Margaret Thatcher became Prime Minister in 1979.
After World War II, Conservative Judaism continued to thrive.
For instance, if two men and a woman were to eat a meal together, a Conservative Jew would believe that the presence of three adult Jews would obligate the group to say a communal form of the Grace After Meals, while an Orthodox Jew would believe that, lacking three adult Jewish males, the group would not be able to do such.
After a further decade of debate, in 1983, JTS voted to admit women for ordination as Conservative rabbis, also without adopting an explanatory responsum.
After World War II, the Conservative Party made concessions to the socialist policies of the Left.
After the resignation of Margaret Thatcher, the governing Conservative Party is about to elect a new leader.
After the Liberal Party left the coalition in April 2000, Prime Minister Mori welcomed a Liberal Party splinter group, the New Conservative Party, into the ruling coalition.
After the successful Conservative campaign of 1841, J. W. Croker said in a letter to Peel, " The elections are wonderful, and the curiosity is that all turns on the name of Sir Robert Peel.
After becoming associated with repression of popular discontent in the years after 1815, the Tories underwent a fundamental transformation under the influence of Robert Peel, himself an industrialist rather than a landowner, who in his 1834 " Tamworth Manifesto " outlined a new " Conservative " philosophy of reforming ills while conserving the good.
After Macmillan's death in 1986 Powell said " Macmillan was a Whig, not a Tory ... he had no use for the Conservative loyalties and affections ; they interfered too much with the Whig's true vocation of detecting trends in events and riding them skilfully so as to preserve the privileges, property and interests of his class ".
After all, who in 1964 had ever heard of a former Conservative cabinet minister thinking that immigration was an important political issue?
" After being advised by a Conservative Minister in the 1970s not to employ homosexuals, the Queen Mother observed that without them, " we'd have to go self-service ".
After criticism of Lloyd George over the Chanak crisis mounted, Conservative leader Austen Chamberlain summoned a meeting of Conservative Members of Parliament at the Carlton Club to discuss their attitude to the Coalition in the forthcoming election.
After the Conservative Party lost the general election of 1964, the defeated Home changed the party leadership rules to allow for an MP ballot vote, and then resigned.
After the 1970 General Election, new Conservative Prime Minister Ted Heath appointed Lord Jellicoe in Lord Shackleton's place.
After the Conservative government of Arthur Balfour fell in December 1905 there was some speculation that Asquith and his allies Richard Haldane and Sir Edward Grey would refuse to serve unless Campbell-Bannerman accepted a peerage, which would have left Asquith as the real leader in the House of Commons.
After the most recent council elections, the borough is currently controlled by the Labour Party. The number of councillors are as follows: Labour 34, Conservative 26, Independent 2, Liberal Democrat 1.
After the 2006 local elections the Conservative Party had a majority on the council with 34 councillors and the second largest party represented was the Residents ' Association of London with 13 councillors.
After the 2005 General Election, Erith and Thamesmead is represented by a Labour Party MP while the remaining two seats were held by the Conservative Party ; although on 29 January 2008 the Conservative Party whip was withdrawn from Old Bexley and Sidcup's MP Derek Conway following alleged misuse of funds, leaving him as an Independent MP.

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