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And and contrary
And contrary to what has been said recently, we did not wait for `` outside pressures '' and `` world opinion '' to bring down that Communist government ; ;
And as the practice was anciently common of fining, imprisoning, or otherwise punishing the jurors, merely at the discretion of the court, for finding a verdict contrary to the direction of these dependent judges ; it is obvious, that juries were then no manner of security to the liberty of the subject.
However, the New Prophecy, as described by Eusebius of Caesarea, departed from Church tradition: " And he became beside himself, and being suddenly in a sort of frenzy and ecstasy, he raved, and began to babble and utter strange things, prophesying in a manner contrary to the constant custom of the Church handed down by tradition from the beginning.
And in order to leave no occasion for troubles or differences between our subjects, we have permitted, and herewith permit, those of the said religion called Reformed to live and abide in all the cities and places of this our kingdom and countries of our sway, without being annoyed, molested, or compelled to do anything in the matter of religion contrary to their consciences, ... upon condition that they comport themselves in other respects according to that which is contained in this our present edict.
And he ensured that neither character, contrary to many an Aesthetic Pierrot, would be amorously disappointed.
And while he thought it is likely that each player might have a different standard deviation to his performance, he made a simplifying assumption to the contrary.
And, indeed, any one may see that the curiosity of certain men has led them to contrive these speculations, contrary to the intention of Christ.
And, as a contrary footnote showing how science fails: regrettably, Manacop's work seems to have been as locally unpopular as it was innovative, because over 20 years later the group he worked on was still being referred to by a colleague in the Philippines who would certainly have known of his work, incorrectly and without evidence, as catadromous.
And some of what they said was simply contrary to established fact.
: And further Her Majesty with Advice aforesaid expressly declares and statutes that none of the Subjects of this Kingdom shall be liable to but all and every one of them for ever free of any Oath Test or Subscription within this Kingdom contrary to or inconsistent with the foresaid true Protestant Religion and Presbyterian Church Government Worship and Discipline as above established and that the same within the Bounds of this Church and Kingdom shall never be imposed upon or required of them in any sort And lastly that after the decease of Her present Majesty ( whom God long preserve ) the Soveraign succeeding to Her in the Royal Government of the Kingdom of Great Britain shall in all time coming at His or Her Accession to the Crown swear and subscribe that they shall inviolably maintain and preserve the foresaid Settlement of the true Protestant Religion with the Government Worship Discipline right and Privileges of this Church as above established by the Laws of this Kingdom in Prosecution of the Claim of Right
That all men have a natural and unalienable right to worship Almighty God according to the dictates of their own consciences and understanding: And that no man ought or of right can be compelled to attend any religious worship, or erect or support any place of worship, or maintain any ministry, contrary to, or against, his own free will and consent: Nor can any man, who acknowledges the being of a God, be justly deprived or abridged of any civil right as a citizen, on account of his religious sentiments or peculiar mode of religious worship: And that no authority can or ought to bc vested in, or assumed by any power whatever, that shall in any case interfere with, or in any manner controul, the right of conscience in the free exercise of religious worship.
And nobody helped, on the contrary, the police and the firebrigade made the fire even worse.
" Whereas Mr Edmund Scarburgh, Mr Thomas Johnson, Mr Richard Vaughan, Captain John Dollinge, John Robinson, Toby Norton, Richard Baily, Ambrose Dixon, Richard Hill, Jenkin Price And divers others Inhabitants and free men in the Upper parte of the parish in the Countie of Northampton Did in a Hostile manner ( contrary to the knowne Lawes of Virginia And the League made with the Indians ) upon the 28th day of Aprill last past Rayse a partie of men to the number of fiftie persons with Armes and ammunicon And upon the aforesaid daie marched amonge the Indians with a Resolucon to take or kill the Queene of Pocamoke, shott att Indians, slashed and cut read, Took Indyans prisoner, And bound one of them with a Chayne, which said Accons caused the Indyans To Invade the Countie, to the great danger of our Lives and Estate, It is therefore ordered That the Sherriff shall forthwith Arrest the Bodies of all the abovesaid parties And such other ( upon inquiry ) as hee shall have notice of ( which went out against the indyans upon their Designe ) To the Number of 50 persons and that hee keepe them in his custodie until they enter into bonds to make their personal appearance at James Citty to answer the premisses before the Governor and Council upon th XXIth day of this Instant Moneth ( att the suite of our Sovereign King ).
And Phylarchus confirms him, by reference to some of the presents which Sandrakottus, the king of the Indians, sent to Seleucus ; which were to act like charms in producing a wonderful degree of affection, while some, on the contrary, were to banish love " Athenaeus of Naucratis, " The deipnosophists " Book I, chapter 32
* ( Literally, " And you beat up blacks, on the contrary!
And their statements are contrary to the accounts of Kerry and those who served under him.
And contrary to popular belief, the same frequently applies even to self-contained country bands, as opposed to rock bands who record their own instrumental and vocal tracks on their albums.
" He adds: " And what about the sentence, ' The winds were contrary the day columns of smoke rose over the Mouse Quarter of Malaz City '?

And and many
And one had been too many.
And no doubt many people in states like the Carolinas and Georgia, which were among the most Tory in sentiment in the eighteenth century, bitterly regretted the revolt against the Crown.
And therein, I feel, many Northerners delude themselves about the South.
And, he added: `` During the many months in prison camp, all abstract images vanished from my mind ''.
And there must be many Soviet citizens who know what is going on and who realize that before they can hope to enjoy the full life promised for 1980 they and their children must first survive.
And then the questions came, eager, interested questions, and many compliments on his having overcome his infirmity.
And, like many of you here present, I hold as the highlight of all, the occasion of my first meeting with the honorable Speaker of the House.
And yet, despite some disappointment with the performance of this first year of the new decade, 1960 has been a good year in many ways, with many overall measures of business having reached new peaks for the year as a whole.
And this helps explain why so many people are now going camping.
And it is thought by many who think about such things that Quasimodo is the logical culmination of a school that started with Monet, progressed through Kandinsky and the cubist Picasso, and blossomed just recently in Pollock and De Kooning.
And the few must win what the many lose, for the opposite arrangement would not support markets as we know them at all, and is, in fact, unimaginable.
And there are now many millions of workers for whom the factory with the big parking lot, which can be reached by driving across or against the usual pattern of rush hour traffic and grille-route bus lines, is actually more convenient than the walk-to factory.
And though in his later years he revised his poems many times, the revisions did not alter the essential nature of the style which he had established before he was thirty ; ;
And there is less rhythmic difference between progressive jazz, no matter how progressive, and Dixieland, than there is between two movements of many conventional symphonies.
And their roles are paralleled by those of Patrick Henry, Nathan Hale, Andrew Jackson, Davy Crockett, Theodore Roosevelt and many, many more.
And how many of these were sons??
And this is why so many scientists a half a century ago were agnostics or atheists.
And he makes many interesting comments.
And many advertisers have been happy with the results of letting a Negro disc jockey phrase the commercial in his own words, working only from a fact sheet.
And we are positive of so few and suspicious of so many ''.
And the bed that sagged in a certain place where all the weight had been put too many times before and the walls fine and thin for overhearing talk in the next room when Gratt went out for ice, the sound coming through the walls like something on the other side of the curtain, so you knew they heard you when they were quiet and while you lay wondering what they had heard you listened.
And that's the trouble with so many artists today.

And and popular
With the help of Ziggy Elman, also in the band, he transformed a traditional Jewish melody into a popular song, `` And The Angels Sing ''.
And, though double shag is the most popular form of collegiate shag today, single was the dominant rhythm during the swing era.
Eric Bogle wrote a popular song, " And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda " ( 1972 ), after watching in Australia a parade of elderly veterans of the Gallipoli campaign.
With the superheroines, shōjo manga saw releases such as Pink Hanamori's Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch Reiko Yoshida's Tokyo Mew Mew, And, Naoko Takeuchi's Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon, which became internationally popular in both manga and anime formats.
" And in the West, the manuscripts grew to be very popular amongst theologians in the Middle Ages -- Thomas Aquinas cites Pseudo-Dionysius over 1700 times.
And World War II games such as Return to Castle Wolfenstein and Day of Defeat reflect what you see in popular movies ...
In the 90s, foreign soap operas such as " Neighbours " and " The Bold And The Beautiful " were extremely popular, the latter having achieved a cult status in Belgium and being aired in the mid-90s in prime time.
David's popularity in Wales is shown by the Armes Prydein Fawr c. 930, a popular prophetic poem in which the poet prophesied that in the future, when all might seem lost, the Cymry ( the Welsh people ) would unite behind the standard of David to defeat the English ; A lluman glân Dewi a ddyrchafant (" And they will raise the pure banner of Dewi ").
Deborah Frost, writer for Rolling Stone magazine, described in her book ZZ Top – Bad And Worldwide how Linden Hudson researched popular song tempos, then presented Billy Gibbons with the results of his studies.
The opera quickly became popular throughout Italy and productions were soon mounted by the following companies: The Teatro di San Carlo ( 14 March 1896, with Elisa Petri as Musetta and Antonio Magini-Coletti as Marcello ); The Teatro Comunale di Bologna ( 4 November 1896, with Amelia Sedelmayer as Musetta and Umberto Beduschi as Rodolfo ); The Teatro Costanzi ( 17 November 1896, with Maria Stuarda Savelli as Mimì, Enrico Giannini-Grifoni as Rodolfo, and Maurizio Bensaude as Marcello ); La Scala ( 15 March 1897, with Angelica Pandolfini as Mimì, Camilla Pasini as Musetta, Fernando De Lucia as Rodolfo, and Edoardo Camera as Marcello ); La Fenice ( 26 December 1897, with Emilia Merolla as Mimì, Maria Martelli as Musetta, Giovanni Apostolu and Franco Mannucci as Rodolfo, and Ferruccio Corradetti as Marcello ); Teatro Regio di Parma ( 29 January 1898, with Solomiya Krushelnytska as Mimì, Lina Cassandro as Musetta, Pietro Ferrari as Rodolfo, and Pietro Giacomello as Marcello ); And the Teatro Donizetti di Bergamo ( 21 August 1898, with Emilia Corsi as Mimì, Annita Barone as Musetta, Giovanni Apostolu as Rodolfo, and Giovanni Roussel as Marcello ).
And the Pierrot of popular taste also spawned a uniquely English entertainment.
And Pierrot Lunaire is a very familiar figure in popular art: Brazilian, Italian, and Russian rock groups have called themselves Pierrot Lunaire.
William Blake mentioned the legend in a poem that became a popular hymn, " Jerusalem " ( see And did those feet in ancient time ).
In La Bohème ( 1965 ), perhaps the best-known song by popular singer-songwriter Charles Aznavour, a painter recalls his youthful years in a Montmartre that has ceased to exist: Je ne reconnais plus / Ni les murs, ni les rues / Qui ont vu ma jeunesse / En haut d ' un escalier / Je cherche l ' atelier / Dont plus rien ne subsiste / Dans son nouveau décor / Montmartre semble triste / Et les lilas sont morts (' I no longer recognize / Neither the walls nor the streets / That had seen my youth / At the top of a staircase / I look for a studio-apartment / Of which nothing survives / In its new décor / Montmartre seems sad / And the lilacs died ').
References to guide dogs date at least as far back as the mid-16th century ; the second line of the popular verse alphabet " A was an Archer " is most commonly " B was a Blind-man / Led by a dog " In the 19th century verse novel Aurora Leigh by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, the title character remarks " The blind man walks wherever the dog pulls / And so I answered.
Some of the popular hotels include Welcome Centre Hotels, Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Federal Palace Hotel, Stop Over Motels, Ikoyi Hotel, Sofitel Lagos Moorhouse Ikoyi, Eko Hotels And Suites, and The Palmview Manor.
And a 20 foot ledge, popular during the summer, for daring jumpers.
* Wesley Wilson ( 1893 – 1958 ), a blues and jazz musician, who wrote " Take Me for a Buggy Ride " and " Gimme a Pigfoot ( And a Bottle of Beer )", which continue to be ranked among Bessie Smith's most popular recordings.
* Conchata Ferrell-Emmy nominated Actress, most well known for the role of Berta on the popular CBS sitcom Two And A Half Men.
And now the best part ... in his research for the new book on The Cain's Ballroom, author, music historian, and Western swing expert John Wooley has discovered that Danny Cain ( he had dropped the last " e " by the time Kwai Chang arrived in America ) had settled in Skedee, Oklahoma, and was what we would think of now as an " old time fiddler " playing jigs and dance tunes popular at the time.
( And Why Is Everybody Talkin ' About Him ), Nilsson recalled that when he could not remember lyrics or parts of the melodies to popular songs, he created his own, which led to writing original songs.
Today, newer artists such as Polysics pay explicit homage to this era of Japanese popular ( and in some cases underground or difficult to obtain ) music ... And the all trio girls band Perfume, who debuted with Tokuma Japan in 2005, are also a techno-pop band, taking on electronic, dance and pop music taking on Auto-Tune, vocoders, and electrohouse upon their signing to a major label. They are currently considered as one of the most popular bands in Japan.
Homer's bedroom rant to Marge in The Simpsons episode " Secrets of a Successful Marriage " is a parody mishmash of four popular films: ... And Justice for All, A Few Good Men, Patton and Chinatown.

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