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After and their
After their supper, the evening turned into a regular `` Hoe-Down ''.
After the seventeenth century the audience ceased to be an organic community to which these ideas and their attendant habits of figurative language would be natural or immediately familiar.
After a dinner party for which she had come down to New York, Mrs. Lewis and Casanova arrived to see them off, and Elinor Wylie made tart observations that indicated that Lewis had been less discreet than he had promised to be about the real nature of their separation.
After she had served the detectives coffee and toast ( they politely declined eggs, uncomfortable about their tenancy ), she settled down with a morning newspaper and began reading the stock market quotations.
After he had gone, Kate asked Uncle Randolph proudly, `` Would you take their oath ''??
After their work other investigators applied salt-fractionation techniques to the problem, as well as fractionation with organic solvents, such as acetone.
After spending two nights ( Wednesday and Thursday ) in Catskill, the deputies again headed for the Vermejo to finish their business.
After the first two were blacked out, the third light was abandoned by a terrified Italian crew, who left their light to shine for nine minutes like an unerring homing beacon until British MP's shot it out.
After a roundup the pushin' of stray cattle of outside brands toward their home range was called `` throwin' over ''.
After the death of Lincoln's mother, his older sister, Sarah, took charge of caring for him until their father remarried in 1819 ; Sarah later died in her 20s while giving birth to a stillborn son.
After the Battle of Gettysburg, Lincoln clearly understood that his military decisions would be more effectively carried out by conveying his orders through his War Secretary or his general-in-chief on to his generals, who resented his civilian interference with their own plans.
After a Republican victory, but before the new administration took office on March 4, 1861, seven cotton states declared their secession and joined to form the Confederate States of America.
After the discovery of americium isotopes < sup > 241 </ sup > Am and < sup > 242 </ sup > Am, their production and compounds were patented listing only Seaborg as the inventor.
After a period of rest, the souls are reincarnated, and the memory of their previous lives is erased.
After the auction, players can secretly pay extra points to raise their ranks, but they can only pay to raise their scores to an existing rank.
After their marriage the Alcotts moved to 12 Franklin Street in Boston, a boarding house run by a Mrs. Newall.
After describing the manifestation of the Gospel in the Ogdoad and Hebdomad, he adds that the Basilidians have a long account of the innumerable creations and powers in the several ' stages ' of the upper world ( diastemata ), in which they speak of 365 heavens and say that " their great archon " is Abrasax, because his name contains the number 365, the number of the days in the year ; i. e. the sum of the numbers denoted by the Greek letters in ΑΒΡΑΣΑΞ according to the rules of isopsephy is 365:
After his full sister Tamar was raped by Amnon, their half-brother and David's eldest son, Absalom waited two years and avenged her by sending his servants to murder Amnon at a feast to which he had invited all the king's sons.
After the burial, both claim the armor for themselves, as recognition for their efforts.
After the election Johnson was most anxious to complete the re-establishment of civil government in Tennessee ; Union forces brought the war to an end in that state with their victory in the Battle of Nashville in December.
After a few centuries, following an incident where the Goths ' women successfully fended off a raid by a neighboring tribe, while the menfolk were off campaigning against Pharaoh Vesosis, the women formed their own army under Marpesia and crossed the Don, invading Asia.
After leaving office they were subject to a scrutiny ( euthunai, literally ' straightenings ') to review their performance.

After and setbacks
After these initial setbacks, the barbarians moved southwards through Haemus mountain and Decius pursued them ( likely through the Shipka Pass ) to save Philippopolis.
After a series of setbacks that includes a severe frost in 1956 and several vintages in the 1960s lost to rot, French authorities in Bordeaux banned new plantings of Merlot vines between 1970 and 1975.
After her initial period of success, she suffered a series of setbacks in her professional and personal life, until she found renewed fame and success in the early years of the 21st century as a judge on the television series, American Idol, for eight years, before departing from the show.
After additional setbacks, Nicias seemed to agree to a retreat until a bad omen, in the form of a lunar eclipse, delayed any withdrawal.
After a series of economic setbacks, health problems, and prohibitions from the Tsar, the couple were finally able to wed. On 14 March 1850, with Balzac's health in serious decline, they drove from her estate in Wierzchownia ( village of Verkhivnia ) to a church in Berdyczów ( city of Berdychiv, today in Ukraine ) and were married.
After the setbacks of 1700, he focused on transforming his state, an absolute monarchy, in a manner similar to Charles XI of Sweden.
After some encouragement and some temporary setbacks, he seemed on the verge of breaking into theatrical composition when Paris was convulsed by the 1848 revolution, which swept Louis Philippe from the throne and led to serious bloodshed in the streets of the capital.
After a highly promising start to his international career, Adams suffered a series of setbacks during the early 1990s.
After growing through the first quarter of the twentieth century, Atkins suffered some economic setbacks.
After the numerous setbacks it suffered in its early years, Samson et Dalila finally began to attract the attention of the world's great opera houses during the 1890s.
" After 1939, Ciano became increasingly disenchanted with Nazi Germany and the course of World War II, although when the Italian regime embarked on the ill-advised " parallel war " alongside Germany, he went along fairly convinced, even through the terribly-devised Italian invasion of Greece and its subsequent setbacks.
After the setbacks of Brooklyn and Bandit, Grayson was partnered with tenor Mario Lanza in That Midnight Kiss in 1949.
After some early setbacks ( his father found it difficult to pay for a university education and nearly recalled him after the first two years ), Hall's academic career was a great success.
After disastrous setbacks on February 27, Law had performed well on the day and was soon promoted to section leader.
After the setbacks in New Jersey, Howe in mid-January 1777 proposed operations against Philadelphia that included an overland expedition and a sea-based attack, thinking this might lead to a decisive victory over the Continental Army.
After early setbacks against Poland in 1919, the Red Army was overwhelmingly successful in a counter-offensive in early 1920 that nullified the Polish Kiev Operation, forcing a Polish retreat.
After some early setbacks, Charlemagne's son Louis ventured beyond the province of Septimania and took Barcelona from the Moorish emir in 801.
After many setbacks including a change in record label, and the loss of Didz Hammond, the band's third album was significantly delayed.
After many setbacks, including the destruction of the EMP device by a Strogg ambush, Kane is left to complete the mission, assisted only by Private Johann Strauss and Lance Corporal Nikolai " Sledge " Slidjonovitch.
After talks with the Prime Minister, Prachanda speaking to the media said that the peace talks were progressing despite the setbacks of the past.
After the military setbacks that followed their defeat near Warsaw, the Soviets were eager to begin peace treaty negotiations.
After their setbacks and the local tribes ' gaining firearms, the Iroquois ' brief control over the region was lost.
After several setbacks, Metroliner service started on January 16, 1969, operated by Penn Central Transportation, successor to the Pennsylvania Railroad after its merger with the rival New York Central Railroad, using newly-developed Budd Metroliner EMUs.
After initial setbacks, Yazid's troops prevailed and the Kharijite leader Shawdhab was killed.

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