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After the first few weeks, it was obvious that rules had to be made, laid down and obeyed -- even if our popularity ratings became subnormal as a result.
After another two weeks, the first young emerge, four to eight small daughters that begin to play the role of worker bees, collecting pollen and nectar in the field and caring for the new young generation while the queen retires to a life of egg laying.
* 1980 – After two weeks of nationwide strikes, the Polish government was forced to sign the Gdańsk Agreement, allowing for the creation of the trade union Solidarity.
After the dance, mating commences in around two weeks.
After five to six weeks these are weaned and become fully mature near the end of their first year or sometime in their second year, depending on the species.
After six weeks of negotiations, Molotov refused the demands and the talks were adjourned.
After at least four weeks, the young shoots should be ready to be planted out.
" 9: 24 After making a comparison with events in the history of Israel, many scholars have concluded that each day in the seventy weeks represents a year.
After another two weeks buried under soil, the food scraps should be broken down into rich humus.
After three weeks of speculation it was revealed that the killer was in fact Frank's own mother ( Anne Foster ).
After 4 – 8 weeks, individuals with active infections enter the chronic phase of Chagas disease that is asymptomatic for 60 – 80 % of chronically infected individuals through their lifetime.
After spending two weeks in Vernon, Morris returned to Berkeley and began working on a script for a work of fiction that he called Nub City.
After weeks of public protests, Gutiérrez was overthrown in April.
After reading a pamphlet by Doctor James Wilson, who operated a hydropathic establishment with James Manby Gully at Malvern, he stayed there for " some nine or ten weeks ", after which he " continued the system some seven weeks longer under Doctor Weiss, at Petersham ", then again at " Doctor Schmidt's magnificent hydropathic establishment at Boppart " ( at the former Marienberg Convent at Boppard ), after developing a cold and fever upon his return home.
After ten weeks nearly 17. 5 million people had seen the film in France, Intouchables was the second most-seen French movie of all-time in France, and the third including foreign movies.
After two weeks in India, he discovered that Bowles ' fears were warranted, as many film sessions were used by Russian and Chinese representatives to give long political speeches.
After a voyage of seven weeks, during which dolphins were caught and eaten, the party arrived in Barbados on 3 October 1671.
After a few weeks, the main army was finally forced to capitulate in the fortress of Sedan.
After three weeks, the Communists were defeated: the Varkiza agreement ended the conflict and disarmed ELAS, and an unstable coalition government was formed.
After two weeks in hospital, Zimmerman became his full-time caregiver, traveling with him and Billie wherever they went.
After three weeks at the Savoy, Journey's End transferred to the Prince of Wales Theatre, where it ran for the next two years.
After weeks of depression, he took to the field again, determined to re-do his drawings to an even higher standard.
After nearly three weeks of talks, the joint French-British Command decreed that responsibility for armed units under French control were to be handed over to the Independent Government of Lebanon.

After and practice
After the war, Pike returned to the practice of law, moving to New Orleans for a time beginning in 1853.
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 obtaining a doctorate successfully, Dutch doctors may bear either the title dr. ( lower case ) before, or the letter D ( rarely in practice ) behind their name, but not both simultaneously.
After six months in practice, Elizabeth wished to open an outpatients dispensary, to enable poor women to obtain medical help from a qualified practitioner of their own gender.
After a total of three years ' probation, newly joining members would take an oath that included the commitment to practice piety towards " the Deity " ( το θειον ) and righteousness towards humanity, to maintain a pure lifestyle, to abstain from criminal and immoral activities, to transmit their rules uncorrupted and to preserve the books of the Essenes and the names of the Angels.
After the death of his father in 1913, Edwin returned to the Midwest from Oxford, but did not have the motivation to practice law.
After practice and experimentation, Reiter " discovered he could get greater distance and accuracy throwing that way.
After becoming a lawyer, Cleveland worked for the Rogers firm for three years, leaving in 1862 to start his own practice.
After his term as sheriff ended, Cleveland returned to private practice, opening a law firm with his friends Lyman K. Bass and Wilson S. Bissell.
After having laid hold of unlimited power, they, as practice has shown, were simply unable to resist the temptation to mock the intelligentsia.
After the death of Davy's father in 1794, Tonkin apprenticed the boy to John Bingham Borlase, a surgeon with a large practice at Penzance.
After the exile, however, the sages of the time ( united in the Great Assembly ) found the ability of the people insufficient to continue the practice, and they composed the main portions of the siddur, such as the Amidah.
After the death of Martyrius, John, wishing to practice greater asceticism, withdrew to a hermitage at the foot of the mountain.
After Gresham's death in 1895, Landis refused an offer of an ambassadorship, and returned to Chicago to practice law and marry.
After a short return to performing in 1836, he quit his concert practice around 1840 and died in the French capital in 1853.
After a successful interview, he gained a job as an assistant to a contract manager at the practice.
After returning to the UK in 1963 he set up an architectural practice as Team 4 with Rogers and the sisters Georgie and Wendy Cheesman.
After graduating from a first-professional school, physicians who wish to practice in the U. S. usually take standardized exams, such as the USMLE for MDs and DOs or the COMLEX-USA for DOs, which is not available to MDs.
After six months of combat against the Germans, the stavka abolished the Rifle Corps intermediate level between the Army and Division level because, while useful in theory, in the state of the Red Army in 1941, they proved ineffective in practice.
After the fall of the Abbasids in 1258, a practice known to the Turks and Mongols transformed itself into Qanun, which gave power to caliphs, governors, and sultans alike to " make their own regulations for activities not addressed by the sharia.
After his conquest of Persia, Alexander the Great introduced Persian etiquette into his own court, including the practice of proskynesis.
After his terms as vice president, he opened an Indianapolis law practice, where he authored several legal books and his memoir, Recollections.
After defuelling, US practice is to cut the reactor section from the vessel for disposal in shallow land burial as low-level waste ( see the Ship-Submarine recycling program ).
After Austria gained control of northern Serbia and Oltenia with the Treaty of Passarowitz in 1718, officials noted the local practice of exhuming bodies and " killing vampires ".

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