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Although the Nationalists had an advantage in numbers of men and weapons, initially controlled a much larger territory and population than their adversaries, and enjoyed considerable international support, they were exhausted by the long war with Japan and the attendant internal responsibilities.
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Although the new party was dominated by former Nationalists, Lyons was chosen as the new party's leader, and thus became Leader of the Opposition.
Although the UAP was dominated by former Nationalists, Lyons was chosen as leader rather than the Nationalists ' last leader, John Latham.
Although popular among Nationalists during the Sino-Japanese War ( 1937-1945 ), the song was banned in the Republic of China, also known as Taiwan, until the 1990s.
Although freight demand to China gradually fell, the influx of people from China continued due to the civil war between the Communists and Nationalists.
Although Zhang had been Japan's proxy in China, Japanese militarists were infuriated by his failure to stop the advance of the Nationalists.
Although the new party was dominated by former Nationalists, Latham agreed to become Deputy Leader of the Opposition under Lyons, as it was believed having a former Labor man at the helm would present an image of national unity in the face of the economic crisis.
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Although it was dark as usual I could see that the hall had only recently contained a great many people.
Although after much trouble he did manage to get it back, he discovered there was no trade to be had.
Although the monarch had frequently asserted that the elections were to be without party significance, his action was an implicit admission that party identifications were a factor.
Although wanted by the sheriff for killing an old man named Asher Jones, the warrant for his arrest had never been served.
Although the first polyether foams on the market had to be produced by the two-step prepolymer method, today, thanks to new catalysts, they can be produced by a one-shot technique.
Although the particular form of conceptualization which popular imagination had made in response to the experience of spirit was undoubtedly defective, the raw experience itself which led to such excesses remains with us as vividly as ever.
Although this was the first time that Helva had seen unshelled people, she took this experience calmly.
Although Lincoln won only a plurality of the popular vote, his victory in the electoral college was decisive: Lincoln had 180 and his opponents added together had only 123.
Although Crete had contacts with Mari from 2000 BC, there is no evidence that the ecstatic prophetic art existed during the Minoan and Mycenean ages.
Although he had demonstrated no previous interest in film as a profession, Kurosawa submitted the required essay, which asked applicants to discuss the fundamental deficiencies of Japanese films and find ways to overcome them.
Although it had at first been somewhat established in many colonies, in 1861 it was ruled that, except where specifically established, the Church of England had just the same legal position as any other church.
Although popular from her first appearance in 1930, Jane Marple had to wait thirty-two years for her first big-screen appearance.
Although England decisively won the Ashes 4 – 1, Bodyline caused such a furore in Australia that diplomats had to intervene to prevent serious harm to Anglo-Australian relations, and the MCC eventually changed the Laws of cricket to curtail the number of leg side fielders.
Although he was committed to maintaining what the church had defined at Nicaea, Constantine was also bent on pacifying the situation and eventually became more lenient toward those condemned and exiled at the council.
Although much of the church hierarchy in the East had opposed the Nicene creed in the decades leading up to Theodosius ' accession, he managed to achieve unity on the basis of the Nicene creed.
Although Romans who had been adopted into a new family usually retained their old nomen in cognomen form ( e. g. Octavianus for one who had been an Octavius, Aemilianus for one who had been an Aemilius, etc.
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Although Beavis and Butt-Head greatly admire him and aspire to join his " gang ," Todd despises the two and frequently beats them up and takes advantage of them when he needs something, such as money, food or a place to hide from other gangs or the police.
Although the 1570 was compatible with the Commodore 64, the C64 wasn't capable of taking advantage of the drive's higher-speed operation, and when used with the C64 it was little more than a pricier 1541.
( Although fee-paying schools are in the minority, there has been much criticism over the state aid they receive with opponents claiming this gives them an unfair advantage.
Although heavily outnumbered by Portuguese troops ( approximately 30, 000 Portuguese to some 10, 000 guerrillas ), the PAIGe had the great advantage of safe havens over the border in Senegal and Guinea, both recently independent of French rule.
Although Maria had well-off kin, they were concerned with protecting their own inheritances and taking advantage of investment opportunities rather than settling their mother's estate so Maria's family would be more secure with Herman's younger brother, Thomas Melville, who eventually became a governor of Sailors Snug Harbor.
"</ ref > Although this efficiency limitation can be a drawback, an advantage of heat engines is that most forms of energy can be easily converted to heat by processes like exothermic reactions ( such as combustion ), absorption of light or energetic particles, friction, dissipation and resistance.
Although the aging Hannibal was suffering from mental exhaustion and deteriorating health after years of campaigning in Italy, the Carthaginians still had the advantage in numbers and were boosted by the presence of 80 war elephants.
Although somewhat slower in practice on most machines than a well-implemented quicksort, it has the advantage of a more favorable worst-case O ( n log n ) runtime.
Although Iraq hoped to take advantage of the revolutionary chaos in Iran and attacked without formal warning, they made only limited progress into Iran and were quickly repelled by the Iranians, who regained virtually all lost territory by June 1982.
Although pure riding skill clearly played a large part in his success, the ability of his chief race engineer, Jeremy Burgess, to perfect the suspension and geometry of a racing motorcycle gave him an enormous advantage over his rivals.
Although it did not have the advantage of being able to be used in existing Motorola hardware like the 6501, it was so inexpensive that it quickly became more popular than the 6800, making that a moot point.
Although the Royal Navy could not bring to bear the whole of its naval superiority ( most of the fleet was engaged in the Atlantic and Mediterranean ), the British Home Fleet still had a very large advantage in numbers.
Although the big blind has a big advantage on the first round of betting, it is on average the biggest money losing position.
# Although RISC was indeed able to scale up in performance quite quickly and cheaply, Intel took advantage of its large market by spending vast amounts of money on processor development.
Although most major 3G systems are primarily based upon CDMA, time division duplexing ( TDD ), packet scheduling ( dynamic TDMA ) and packet oriented multiple access schemes are available in 3G form, combined with CDMA to take advantage of the benefits of both technologies.
However, the heterozygous advantage hypothesis was proposed in one review in which the author himself writes, " Although cellular / molecular evidence presently is not available for this hypothesis, the CF mutation may be one of several mutations that have spread in European populations because they increased resistance to infectious diseases.
Although early word processors used tag-based markup for document formatting, most modern word processors take advantage of a graphical user interface providing some form of what-you-see-is-what-you-get editing.
* Although the pre-launching fuel for the ramjet negates one advantage of the Bussard design ( collection of fuel as it moves through the interstellar medium ) it retains the advantage of not having to accelerate the mass of the fuel and the mass of the rocket at the same time.
Although the Grand Union company had a number of broad boats built to take advantage of the improvements, they never really caught on and the canal continued to be operated largely by pairs of narrow boats, whose journeys were facilitated by the newly widened locks in which they could breast up.
Although he considered his small stature ( 1. 61 m ) and light weight an advantage to becoming an aviator, and he tried every means of securing service as a flyer, during the First World War Ravel was not allowed to enlist as a pilot because of his age and weak health.
Although genetic algorithms and neural networks can perform just as well as fuzzy logic in many cases, fuzzy logic has the advantage that the solution to the problem can be cast in terms that human operators can understand, so that their experience can be used in the design of the controller.
Although anglers interpret this as light avoidance, it is merely an expression of the walleye's competitive advantage over its prey under those conditions.