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Although important to the colonists the North American theatre of the Nine Years ' War was of secondary importance to European statesmen.
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Although because of the important achievements of nineteenth century scholars in the field of textual criticism the advance is not so striking as it was in the case of archaeology and place-names, the editorial principles laid down by Stevenson in his great edition of Asser and in his Crawford Charters were a distinct improvement upon those of his predecessors and remain unimproved upon today.
Although the United States and the U.S.S.R. have been arguing whether there shall be four, five or six top assistants, the most important element in the situation is not the number of deputies but the manner in which these deputies are to do their work.
Although the inner functions of religion are not of direct significance in social organization, they have important indirect consequences.
Although a somewhat technical subject, it has important political implications as the above discussion of the voting system indicated.
Although both concede they would like to hit 60, they stick primarily to the baseball player's standard quote: `` The important thing is to win the pennant ''.
Although Doubleday achieved minor fame as a competent combat general with experience in many important Civil War battles, he is more widely remembered as the supposed inventor of the game of baseball, in Elihu Phinney's cow pasture in Cooperstown, New York, in 1839.
Although he was not an innovator, he would not follow the absolute letter of the law ; rather he was driven by concerns over humanity and equality, and introduced into Roman law many important new principles based upon this notion.
Although the Atanasoff – Berry Computer was an important step up from earlier calculating machines, it was not able to run entirely automatically through an entire problem.
Although the increased contact brought by trade between the Japanese and the Ainu contributed to increased mutual understanding, sometimes it led to conflict, occasionally intensifying into violent Ainu revolts, of which the most important was Shakushain's Revolt ( 1669 – 1672 ).
Although most legislation is initiated by the executive branch, the Bundestag considers the legislative function its most important responsibility, concentrating much of its energy on assessing and amending the government's legislative program.
Although BCD is not as widely used as in the past, decimal fixed-point and floating-point formats are still important and continue to be used in financial, commercial, and industrial computing, where subtle conversion and rounding errors that are inherent to floating point binary representations cannot be tolerated.
Although this shift was an important one, it did not represent a radical break from the past so much as a small step in a broader, more gradual socio-economic movement that had been going on at least since 1907 when van de Velde had argued for a craft basis for design while Hermann Muthesius had begun implementing industrial prototypes.
Although the poet maintains the theme of possessions as important even in death, the glory of battle is challenged by the vicious nature of war.
Although Bede is mainly studied as a historian now, in his time his works on grammar, chronology, and biblical studies were as important as his historical and hagiographical works.
Although luck is involved and factors into the outcome, strategy plays a more important role in the long run.
Although this culture has conventionally been identified with the migration of the Gothic ethnos into the region from the Northwest, Todd argues that its most important origin is Scytho-Sarmatian.
Although they were childless, Potter played an important role in William ’ s large family, particularly enjoying her relationship with several nieces whom she helped educate and giving comfort and aid to her husband ’ s brothers and sisters.
Although the Royal Navy is widely regarded as having been vital for the rise of the British Empire, and British dominance of the world, the British Army played an important role in the colonisation of India and other regions.
Although many states rose and fell, the most important and durable of the empires were Kanem-Bornu, Baguirmi, and Ouaddai, according to most written sources ( mainly court chronicles and writings of Arab traders and travelers ).
Although in its early days, the Cayman Islands ' most important relationships were with Britain and Jamaica, in recent years, this has shifted, and they now rely more so on the United States and Canada.
Although drops in its external assistance budget have reduced French military and social development aid to the country, France remains the most important bilateral donor and the country from which C. A. R.
Although the Colombian Government ratified the 1988 UN Convention on Narcotics in 1994 — the last of the Andean governments to do so — it took important reservations, notably to the anti-money-laundering measures, asset forfeiture and confiscation provisions, maritime interdiction, and extradition clauses.
Although the Chinese Room argument was originally presented in reaction to the statements of AI researchers, philosophers have come to view it as an important part of the philosophy of mind.
Although feedback is an important aspect of control engineering, control engineers may also work on the control of systems without feedback.
Although Christ was God incarnate, it is our spiritual, not physical comprehension of him which is important.
Although and colonists
Although the colonists were offered free relocation to elsewhere in Federation territory, some insisted on remaining on the ceded worlds, effectively becoming Cardassian Union citizens.
Although many colonists no longer believed that Parliament had any sovereignty over them, they still professed loyalty to King George, who they hoped would intercede on their behalf.
Although some colonists still held out hope for reconciliation, developments in early 1776 further strengthened public support for independence.
Although European colonists, beginning with the Spanish, initially enslaved natives, the Dominican priest Bartolomé de las Casas helped convince the Spanish government to enact the first European law abolishing colonial slavery in 1542 ; Spain weakened these laws by 1545.
Although Tasmanian history is amongst the most contested by modern historians, conflict between colonists and Aborigines was referred to in some contemporary accounts as the Black War.
Although born on Earth, Kirk for a time lived on Tarsus IV, where he was one of nine surviving witnesses to the massacre of 4, 000 colonists by Kodos the Executioner.
Although the crusaders were evicted by 1225, the colonists they brought in remained, along with local population, as did three distinct settlements they founded on the site of Brașov:
Although the colony had recently been reinforced by the arrival of new colonists from the ship Fortune, there were still only 50 men to work on the task.
Although the Spanish were loosely allied with the American colonists, they were more interested in advancing their power at the expense of the British.
Although the European principle of land ownership was not recognized by the Lenape, Dutch West India Company policy required their colonists to purchase land that they settled, but typically, trading relationships were established in this area, rather than Dutch settlements.
Although the Sugar Act seemed to fall within this precedent, the Stamp Act did not, and the colonists saw this as a further attempt to replace their local courts with courts controlled by England.
Although the Susquehannock held out for six weeks, when five chiefs came out to parley, the colonists attacked and killed them.
Although 58 years after its destruction they did attempt to restore the city, they were quickly driven out by the Crotoniats, and afterwards the exiles joined the Athenian colonists in the foundation of Thurii.
Although the colonists initially had decent relationships with the local native populations, frictions arose over cultural differences, which were further exacerbated by Dutch colonial expansion.
Although the first received little response, the second improved the benefits offered and was more successful in attracting colonists.
Although the Rangers would not be organized officially until 1835, Stephen F. Austin had founded the group by employing 30 men to keep the peace and protect the colonists from attacks by hostile Indians.
Although the act stipulated that witnesses would be paid for their travel expenses, in practice few colonists could afford to leave their work and cross the ocean to testify in a trial.
Although many colonists found the Quartering Act objectionable, it generated the least protest of the Coercive Acts.
Although not without conflict or slavery, Euro-Canadians ' early interactions with First Nations, Métis, and Inuit populations were relatively non-combative compared to the often violent battles between colonists and native peoples in the United States.
Although many in Parliament felt that taxes were implied in this clause, other members of Parliament and many of the colonists — who were busy celebrating what they saw as their political victory — did not.
Although the Iroquois first attacked their traditional enemies ( the Algonquins, Mahicans, Montagnais, and Hurons ), the alliance of these tribes with the French quickly brought the Iroquois into fierce and bloody conflict directly with the European colonists.
Although the town was incorporated in 1635, the colonists didn't get around to negotiating purchase from the Wampanoag, the Native American tribe in the region, until three decades later.
Although Eden had some sympathy with the colonists ' grievances, he was firmly opposed to armed opposition to the Crown.