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Although classical liberalism built on ideas that had already developed by the end of the 18th century, it advocated a specific kind of society, government and public policy as a response to the Industrial Revolution and urbanization.
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 he has become something of a political legend, Donald would have abhorred any attempt to turn him into some kind of secular saint.
Although businesses usually maintain some kind of fax capability, the technology has faced increasing competition from Internet-based alternatives.
Although it had a distinctive name in each country, it was everywhere regarded as a kind of psalterium.
Although the number of individuals sincerely espousing solipsism has been small, it is not uncommon for one philosopher to accuse another's arguments of entailing solipsism as an unwanted consequence, in a kind of reductio ad absurdum.
Although his work was the first of its kind, it was unknown to the larger logical community.
Although laws vary, this is required in many states and countries regardless of whether a person needs or wants to engage in that kind of intervention ( for example, recent changes in Taiwan ).
Although ten years of exile would have been difficult for an Athenian to face, it was relatively mild in comparison to the kind of sentences inflicted by courts ; when dealing with politicians held to be acting against the interests of the people, Athenian juries could inflict very severe penalties such as death, unpayably large fines, confiscation of property, permanent exile and loss of citizens ' rights through atimia.
Although it is quite freely used in mathematical proofs, not every school of mathematical thought accepts this kind of argument as universally valid.
Although she expressed a dislike for singing in those bars, Twain believes that this was her own kind of performing arts school on the road.
Although the license of 6th Edition allowed classroom use of the source code, the license of 7th Edition specifically excluded such use, so the book spread through illegal copy machine reproductions ( a kind of samizdat ).
Although several kinds of Karuta games are described below, in reality any kind of information that can be represented in card form can be used including shapes, colours, words in English, small pictures and the like.
Although it has always been relatively easy to change ones legal names in Norway, it used to require some kind of government approval.
Although Dave and Kay love each other, they know they can't be together because Dave cannot provide Kay with the kind of lifestyle she desires.
Although T. namibiensis was the largest bacterium when it was found, a larger kind of bacteria Epulopiscium sp.
Although the frontier society was a thing of the past during Alger's career, Geck contends that " the idea of the frontier, even in urban slums, provides a kind of fairy tale orientation in which a Jack mentality can be both celebrated and critiqued ".
Although he is best known for playing many sinister characters on screen, Karloff was known in real life as a very kind gentleman who gave generously, especially to children's charities.
Although von Neumann's projection postulate is often presented as a normative description of quantum measurement, it was conceived by taking into account experimental evidence available during the 1930s ( in particular the Compton-Simon experiment has been paradigmatic ), and many important present-day measurement procedures do not satisfy it ( so-called measurements of the second kind ).
Although tradition has not been kind to Adandozan, he has helped to salvage his own reputation through a substantial number of letters that he, or secretaries in his employ, wrote to various outsiders, especially the kings and other officials of Portugal who fled to Brazil following the conquest of Portugal by Napoleon.
Although the review compared Fleming in unflattering terms to the crime fiction writer of the 1930s and 1940s, Peter Cheyney, it concluded that From Russia, with Love was " exciting enough of its kind.
Although the number of individuals sincerely espousing solipsism has been small, it is not uncommon for one philosopher to accuse another's arguments of entailing solipsism as an unwanted consequence, in a kind of reductio ad absurdum.
Although his teacher Panaetius had doubted divination, Posidonius used the theory of cosmic sympathy to support his belief in divination-whether through astrology or prophetic dreams-as a kind of scientific prediction.
Although the army leadership had been scrupulous about keeping smallpox sufferers segregated from others, the disease that slowed the shipbuilding for several weeks was some kind of fever.

Although and wholesale
Although not dismissing Freud's model of dream interpretation wholesale, Carl Jung believed Freud's notion of dreams as representations of unfulfilled wishes to be simplistic and naïve.
Although AIB's history has been traditionally linked with wholesale and retail baking, the Institute currently serves many segments of the food processing, distribution, foodservice, and retail industries worldwide.
Although PetroChina is the most profitable company in Asia, this success may be the result of corporate management, but can also be attributed to the near duopoly on the wholesale and retail business of oil products it shares with Sinopec in China.
Although His Honour found that Seven had failed to establish the existence of a wholesale Pay TV market, he found that they did establish that a retail Pay TV market existed in Australia.
Although it is primarily a wholesale market, it also caters to occasional retail buyers.
Although accounts of his background are somewhat sketchy, it is believed that his father was an organ builder, while Harris had a tobacco wholesale business in London.
Although the intrinsic value of the metal has unfortunately contributed to the wholesale spoliation of these interesting monuments, they are still found in remarkable profusion in England, and they were at one time equally common in France, Germany and the Low Countries.
Although conversant with Chinese culture himself, Shizong thought that the Jurchens ' strength was in maintaining their " simple and sincere ", culture, and would often attribute Hailingwang's defeat to the latter's wholesale abandonment of it.

Although and objection
Although Grynszpan was not a German citizen, Germany had been his last place of legal residence, and the Vichy authorities made no objection to Grimm's formal demand that he be handed over.
Although executives of domestic anime distributors have been vocal about their objection to fansubs, most do not want to gain an image as being hostile to their fans.
Although not directly a doctrinal belief, the principle of conscientious objection and the obedient relation of the believer to the state became a distinct position of " Socinianism " as it was formalized in the Racovian publications.
Although PCCW's substantial shareholder China Netcom had earlier expressed objection to any disposal of key assets to foreign groups, it also refused to increase its stake ; Richard Li attempted to exit from the business in 2006.
Although Norway initially followed the moratorium, they placed an objection to it with the IWC and resumed commercial hunting in 1993.
Although vociferous objection arises about possible level-crossing congestion on the Chertsey line, the effect of 20 trains per hour through the four crossings between Richmond and Barnes, where even now five trains may pass at one closure, is muted
Although Poland stated it would only oppose this if other countries raised an objection, reports of opposition from Denmark, the Netherlands and Spain ensured that the common position was not on the agenda for that meeting of the Commission.
Although the overwhelming majority of Egyptians today continue to self-identify as Arabs in a cultural sense, a minority reject this, pointing to the failures of Arab and pan-Arab nationalist policies, and even publicly voicing objection to the present official name of the country.
Although non-credal and not explicitly pacifist, the Community of Christ ( formerly known as the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints ) is emerging as an international peace church through such ministries as the Community of Christ International Peace Award, the Daily Prayer for Peace, and resources to support conscientious objection to war.
Although, according to the New York Times, " few expressed audible objection to the sight of a human being in a cage with monkeys as companions ,” controversy erupted as black clergymen in the city took great offense.
Although Grant requested the two houses of Congress to override this provision, upon the objection of Charles Sumner this request was not considered in the Senate.
Although technically the property of the White Motor Co., and conveyed to its successor, Volvo-White Motor Co., which evolved into Volvo Trucks North America, the trademark had lain dormant so long that there were no grounds for objection when Daimler-Benz subsidiary Freightliner — whose trucks were distributed by White from the 1950s through 1975 — resurrected it to supplant the Ford blue oval on their HN80 (" AeroMax ") family of trucks after the purchase.
Although Maimonides ' opinion had been opposed by Nahmanides and others, the scholars at Safed had confidence in him, and had no doubt that, from a rabbinical standpoint, no objection to his plan could be raised.

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