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Although the extent of the damage was not as disastrous as during the Great Fire of 64 — crucially sparing the many districts of insulae — Cassius Dio records a long list of important public buildings that were destroyed, including Agrippa's Pantheon, the Temple of Jupiter, the Diribitorium, parts of Pompey's Theatre and the Saepta Julia among others.
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Although he questions the extent and nature of the alleged revival of religion and the alleged increase in conformity, and thinks that `` hedonistic '' present-time orientation does not have the meaning usually attributed to it, he does conclude that Americans increasingly enjoy leisure without guilt, do not stress achievement so much as formerly, are more accepting of group harmony as a goal, more tolerant of diversity and aware of other cultures.
Although Acorn were able to shrink substantially the same functionality as the BBC into just one chip, manufacturing problems meant that very few machines were available for the Christmas period — to the extent that some shops reported eight presales for every delivered machine.
Although these effects may be either beneficial or detrimental, the location of the area is crucial in determining the extent of the impact that abiotic stress will have.
Although the mechanics of ballpoint pens remain relatively unchanged, ink composition has evolved to solve certain problems over the years, resulting in unpredictable sensitivity to light and some extent of fading.
Although any music which uses computers in its composition or realisation is computer-generated to some extent, the use of computers is now so widespread ( in the editing of pop songs, for instance ) that the phrase computer-generated music is generally used to mean a kind of music which could not have been created without the use of computers.
Although other countries have points extending north, virtually all of Finland is north of 60 degrees north latitude ; nearly a quarter of the land area and fully one-third of the latitudinal extent of the country lie north of the Arctic Circle.
Although Greek has undergone morphological and phonological changes comparable to those seen in other languages, there has been no time in its history since classical antiquity where its cultural, literary, and orthographic tradition was interrupted to such an extent that one can easily speak of a new language emerging.
Although these concepts overlap to some extent, each has its own uses and requirements and is designed and optimized differently.
" Although Egyptian medicine, to a good extent, dealt with the supernatural, it eventually developed a practical use in the fields of anatomy, public health, and clinical diagnostics.
Although Indonesians are now less vulnerable to the effects of nature as a result of improved technology and social programs, to some extent their social diversity has emerged from traditionally different patterns of adjustment to their physical circumstances.
Although the exact nature and extent of the Christian redaction remains unclear there is broad consensus as to what the original text of the Testimonium by Josephus would have looked like.
Although Mormons do not claim to be part of Judaism, Mormon theology claims to situate Mormonism within the context of Judaism to an extent that goes beyond what most other Christian denominations claim.
" Although the 1930s and 1940s and the ensuing neo-orthodox theological consensus mitigated much of the polemics during the mid-20th century, disputes erupted again beginning in the mid-1960s, over the extent of involvement in the Civil Rights Movement and the issue of ordination of women, and, especially since the 1990s, over the issue of ordination of gays and lesbians.
Although Burton won in the end, the furor over the casting provoked enormous fan animosity, to the extent that Warner Brothers ' share price slumped.
Although the extent of Basil's mistreatment of the Bulgarian prisoners may have been exaggerated, this incident helped to give rise to Basil's nickname of Boulgaroktonos, " the Bulgar-slayer ", in later tradition.
Although secondary xylem is also found in members of the " gymnosperm " groups Gnetophyta and Ginkgophyta and to a lesser extent in members of the Cycadophyta, the two main groups in which secondary xylem can be found are:
Although the site provides commanding views of the southern extent of Lake Champlain, Mount Defiance, at, and two other hills ( Mount Hope and Mount Independence ) overlook the area.
Although genus types with vertical extent are often considered a single family, the International Civil Aviation Organization ( ICAO ) further distinguishes towering vertical clouds as a separate group by specifying that these very large cumuliform and cumulonimbiform types must be identified by their standard names or abbreviations in all aviation observations ( METARS ) and forecasts ( TAFS ) to warn pilots of possible severe weather and turbulance.
Although it is now well settled law that the 14th Amendment extends to corporations, the extent to which it should attach to corporations has continued to draw criticism from liberal legal theorists.
Although the Osiris myth also is fragmentary to an extent, it bears a greater resemblance to a cohesive story.
Although not to the extent of penguins, auks have largely sacrificed flight, and also mobility on land, in exchange for swimming ability ; their wings are a compromise between the best possible design for diving and the bare minimum needed for flying.
Although Taft consulted Congress during its deliberations on the bill to a certain extent, critics charged that he ought to have imposed more of his own recommendations ( that is, more lowered schedules ) on the bill.
Although German and Dutch do use the-s plural, it is used much less often than in English ; while the use of an-n or-en plural may be viewed as an irregular method of pluralization in English, the opposite is true in Dutch, and, to a lesser extent, in German.
Although the extent of the privilege has been ill-defined, three features survived to the 20th century: the right to be tried by fellow peers in the Lord High Steward's Court and in the House of Lords ( abolished in 1948 ); the personal right of access to the Sovereign at any time, but this privilege has long been obsolete ; and the right to be exempt from civil arrest ( a privilege that has been used only twice since 1945 ).
Although and damage
Although signs of recovery have been seen in Grenada after the damage inflicted by Hurricanes Ivan and Emily, economic conditions remain difficult ; GDP is projected at a growth rate of only one percent for 2005.
Although problems with basic infrastructure and government services persist, and Lebanon is now highly indebted, much of the civil war damage has been repaired throughout the country, and many foreign investors and tourists have returned.
If the teacher asked whether the learner might suffer permanent physical harm, the experimenter replied, " Although the shocks may be painful, there is no permanent tissue damage, so please go on ".
Although most small towns and villages in Western Europe had not suffered as much damage, the destruction of transportation left them economically isolated.
Although nearly all of the ultraviolet spectrum of radiation is non-ionizing, at the same time ultraviolet radiation does far more damage to many molecules in biological systems than is accounted for by heating effects ( an example is sunburn ).
Although no one was seriously injured this operation caused property damage amounting to 123 million German Marks ( over 50 million euros ).
Although no one was killed, thousands had to be evacuated, and there was extensive agricultural damage.
Although the sum of the weights of the tractor and the trailer ( the gross weight ) is normally limited to a certain amount, some roads and bridges are marked with a different gross weight restriction to prevent damage.
Although anodized aluminium alloys can stand up to constant use, plain aluminium woks are too soft and damage easily.
Although droughts can persist for several years, even a short, intense drought can cause significant damage
Although the organ was not damaged, all its pipes and other component parts had to be removed and laboriously cleaned and restored, to prevent damage from the fire's accumulated soot.
Although these weapons were much smaller ( 300 kiloton or 1. 3 PJ ) than the Starfish Prime test, since those tests were done over a populated large land mass ( and also at a location where the Earth's magnetic field was greater ), the damage caused by the resulting EMP was reportedly much greater than in the Starfish Prime nuclear test.
Although decreases in stratospheric ozone are well-tied to CFCs and there are good theoretical reasons to believe that decreases in ozone will lead to increases in surface UVB, there is no direct observational evidence linking ozone depletion to higher incidence of skin cancer and eye damage in human beings.
Although Gallienus had already inflicted some damage on them at the Battle of Nestus, Claudius, not long after being named Emperor, followed this up by winning his greatest victory, and one of the greatest in the history of Roman arms.
Although the purpose of punitive damages is not to compensate the plaintiff, the plaintiff will in fact receive all or some portion of the punitive damage award.
Although commonly known as " dry ski slopes ", many slopes are lubricated using a mist or jet system to increase speed and prevent damage to equipment from friction heat build-up.
Although it was a significant advancement from previous surfaces, concern over damage to slope users ( it provides little or no impact protection to a slope user when falling ) and ski or snowboard damage due to friction meant litigation for slopes using it was a constant threat.
Although in the 21st century it stays partially ruined because of damage caused by devastating earthquakes and stone-robbers, the Colosseum is an iconic symbol of Imperial Rome.
Although the fighters damage the alien ship, they run out of missiles without inflicting critical damage.
Although trimming enhances the hair's appearance by removing damaged or split ends, it does not promote faster growth or remove all damage along the length of the hair.
Although the retrograde effect normally extends some years before the brain damage, in some cases older memories remain — this sparing of older memories leads to the idea that consolidation over time involves the transfer of memories out of the hippocampus to other parts of the brain.