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Again Abd al-Rahman met al-Fihri with his army ; this time negotiations were successful, although the terms were somewhat changed.
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Again, in the inventories in the catalogues, such notes as these may be met with: " Sunt et duo cursinarii et tres benedictionales Libri ; ex his unus habet obsequium mortuorum et unus Breviarius ", or, " Præter Breviarium quoddam quod usque ad festivitatem S. Joannis Baptistæ retinebunt ", etc.
In The Lord of the Rings, Frodo Baggins and his Hobbit companions journeyed to Rivendell, where they met with Bilbo, who had retired there after his 111th birthday, spending his time on his memoirs, There and Back Again.
Pfeiffer's early acting appearances included television roles in Fantasy Island, Delta House and BAD Cats, and small film roles in Falling in Love Again ( 1980 ) with Susannah York, The Hollywood Knights ( 1980 ) opposite Tony Danza, and Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen ( 1981 ), none of which met with much critical or box office success.
Keaton and Allen first met during her audition for the Broadway production of Play It Again, Sam, but they did not know each other personally until having dinner after a late night rehearsal.
Singles " Goin ' Down " and " Northern Star " were met with promising success, but the third single " Never Be the Same Again ", featuring TLC member Lisa " Left Eye " Lopes, became her first UK number-one single as a solo artist and a number-one single in the Netherlands, a Top Five hit in Germany and No. 2 in Australia.
Griffin and Davis met up again in 1970 and recorded Tough Tenors Again ' n ' Again, and again with the Dizzy Gillespie Big 7 at the Montreux Jazz Festival.
Again the 30th met the elite 1st SS Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler, and again broke the spearhead of their assault.
Again, the truth is unclear: records show that Frenkel met Stalin in the 1930s and was protected by Stalin during the Party purge years ; however, no record extant has been found of any meeting in the 1920s.
Again in London, she met Winston Churchill in 1920, starting a warm friendship that would last until his death in 1965.
Again, the company met with very little commercial success, selling only about 30, 000 units, mostly outside the United States.
Again, according to his autobiography, he met his future wife in a car pool he organized in early 1967.
Again and with
Again Steinberg was cautious and replied with a smile that he was not exposed to it enough to hazard comments.
Again, the sufferings and disasters produced by any transgression against the commandment not to love are almost invariably associated in one way or another with childhood, with the figure of a child.
Again among those jubilantly reunited bunkmates, I was shy with Jessie and acted as I had during those early Saturday mornings when we all seemed to be playing for effect, to be detached and unconcerned with the girls who were properly our dates but about whom, later, in the privacy of our bunks, we would think in terms of the most elaborate romance.
Again Reverend Corder saved the bridge when Union soldiers planned to destroy it, after filling its two lanes with hay and straw -- but for what reason is not recorded nor remembered, certainly not because of pressure from an opposing Confederate force.
Again, I at first misconstrued this disconcertingly intense communication, and I quickly cast through my mind to account for her being able to speak, with such utter conviction, of an opinion held by my father, now several years deceased.
Again, by spreading one's purchases over several wine dealers, one becomes familiar with the names and specialties of reputable wine dealers and shippers abroad.
There also came a brief contretemps with the sound mixers who made the mistake of being overheard during a quiet moment near the conclusion of `` Do It Again '', and she made the tart observation that `` I never saw so much moving about in an audience ''.
In 1904, he also wrote a novel, Born Again, clearly inspired by the popular Utopian fantasy Looking Backward by Edward Bellamy, an early harbinger of the metaphysical turn his career would take with the theory of Lawsonomy.
Again and again he repeats the advice that nothing should be hazarded unless one's army is completely secure, a rule which he himself neglected with such brilliant results in 1796.
Again according to convention he posted his most experienced legions on the flanks ( the first and the third legion on his left with Pompey himself commanding, the Syrian legions in the center with Scipio, the Cilician legion and the Spanish cohorts on the right with Afranius ), dispersing his new recruits along the center.
Again, other parts of the Boii had remained closer to their traditional home, and settled in the Slovak and Hungarian lowlands by the Danube and the Mura, with a centre at Bratislava.
On Wills ' return to Tulsa late in 1957, Jim Downing of the Tulsa Tribune wrote an article headlined " Wills Brothers Together Again — Bob Back with Heavy Beat ".
In his book Born Again ( 1976 and 2008 ), Watergate conspirator Chuck Colson describes his path to faith in conjunction with his criminal imprisonment and played a significant role in solidifying the " born again " identity as a cultural construct in the US.
Again, further in terms of thermodynamics, the internal energy of the calorimetric material can sometimes, depending on the calorimetric material, be considered as the value of a function of, with partial derivatives and, and with being expressible as the value of a function of, with partial derivatives and.
Christian alternative music has its roots in the early 1980s, as the earliest efforts at Christian punk and new wave were recorded by artists like Andy McCarroll and Moral Support, Undercover, The 77s, Adam Again, Quickflight, Daniel Amos, Youth Choir ( later renamed The Choir ), Lifesavers Underground, Michael Knott, The Altar Boys, Breakfast with Amy, Steve Taylor, 4-4-1, David Edwards and Vector.
( Again, the line blurs with high-end calculators, which use processor chips associated with computer and embedded systems design, particularly the Z80, MC68000, and ARM architectures, as well as some custom designs specifically made for the calculator market.
Again and army
Again, the Roman army sustained heavy losses, but Trajan succeeded in capturing Sarmizegetusa and, importantly, annexed the Dacian gold and silver mines.
Again like many before him, Magloire fled to Jamaica, leaving the army with the task of restoring order.
Again warned by a divine saying, David led his army to Gibeon, and attacked the Philistines from the south, inflicting on them another severe defeat, and chasing
Again, Lafayette and the Feuillants proposed to save the constitutional monarchy and royal family by uniting his army with General Luckner's.
Again, the resistance to Napoleon was “ never a popular, national war .” He states in his book that “ there was no mass participation by the peasantry in the guerilla bands and in their activities, and their part in the campaign was strictly limited .” According to Tarle, “… it is clear that if the Spanish guerilla warfare might justifiably be called a national war, it would be impossible to apply this term to any Russian movement in the war of 1812 .” Tarle supported his interpretation by “ denying that the peasants fought against the French and describing the burning of Smolensk and Moscow as systematic acts of the Russian army in retreat .” Naturally, Tarle also gave references to Lenin ’ s words on Napoleon in his book.
Again in 206 BC, the Seleucid emperor Antiochus led an army to the Kabul valley, where he received war elephants and presents from the local king Sophagasenus:
Again, in 1778, on the recommendation of George Washington, he was appointed by the legislature, one of the delegates to the convention to be held in New Haven, for the regulation of the army.
Again superseded in his role as chief engineer, he returned to England and, in March 1779 resigned from the army, bringing to an end over two decades of American service, all reported in journals ( although many of these were lost ).
In response, “ the secretary general suggested the dispatch of UN technical personnel to the Congo to assist in restoring order and discipline within the armed forces .” Canadian National Defence assumed that the United Nations would ask for French-speaking military advisers, the army maintained a standby list of one hundred officers, including many who were bilingual and could be posted abroad on short notice .” Before Hammarskjold could put his plan into action, however, a second Congolese request arrived, sent directly to the secretary general from President Joseph Kasavubu and Prime Minister Joseph Lumumba, “ the Congolese leaders asked for UN military forces to counter the violent Belgian intervention .” Again Canada offered combat troops stating that if the need arose for Canadian military intervention in the Congo Canada could also “ deploy one of three French speaking battalions made ready for UN Service .” The offer for combat troops was again refused, though Hammarskjold officially accepted the Canadian French-speaking officers.
Again Sipahis supported the Janissary infantry frontal attack by attempting to outflank the Habsburg army.