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At this battle the Mongols not only used gunpowder in early Chinese firearms but in the earliest grenades as well.
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At the battle with Amalek, he is chosen with Hur to support the hand of Moses that held the " rod of God " ( Exodus 17: 9 ).
At Antietam, he led his men into the deadly fighting in the Cornfield and the West Woods, and one colonel described him as a " gallant officer ... remarkably cool and at the very front of battle.
At its mouth was the scene of the decisive battle in 405 by which Lysander destroyed the Athenian fleet, ending the Peloponnesian War.
At a later point, having been deserted by God on the eve of battle, Saul consults a medium at Endor, only to be condemned for doing so by Samuel's ghost, and told he and his sons will be killed.
At the beginning of the battle, the English simulated flight on their left wing that provoked a hasty charge by the French knights against the archers.
At first of a mind to let Anthony sail and then attack him, he was prevailed upon by Agrippa to give battle.
At the Battle of Waterloo — Napoleon's final battle — the French army had many more artillery pieces than either the British or Prussians.
At the conclusion of Second Coming Professor X is seen surveying the aftermath of the battle from a helicopter.
At first, the danger to a battle fleet was considered only to exist when at anchor, but as faster and longer range torpedoes were developed, the threat extended to cruising at sea.
At that time, and even into World War I, the only function of destroyers was to protect their own battle fleet from enemy torpedo attacks and to make such attacks on the battleships of the enemy.
At first Newson was opposed to the radical idea of his daughter becoming a doctor but eventually came round and agreed to do all in his power, both financially and otherwise, to support Elizabeth in the long uphill battle.
At the Battle of Gravelotte, they formed the extreme left of the German army, and with the Prussian Guard carried out the attack on St Privat, the final and decisive action in the battle.
At the battle of Rio Salado he successfully fought against a Marinid invasion from Morocco in 1340, and at the taking of Algeciras in 1344 he led the armed levy of his archbishopric.
At the time, both spellings of " Kenesaw " were used, but in the course of time, " Kennesaw Mountain " became the accepted spelling of the battle site.
At the Battle of Crécy ( 1346 ), Edward III of England sent his son, Edward, the Black Prince, to lead the charge into battle and when pressed to send reinforcements, the king replied, " say to them that they suffer him this day to win his spurs.
:" At Pergamum there is a great marble altar, high, with colossal sculptures, representing a battle of the giants.
At the battle of Gisors ( sometimes called Courcelles ) in 1198 Richard took " Dieu et mon Droit "—" God and my Right "— as his motto ( still used by the British monarchy today ), echoing his earlier boast to the Emperor Henry that his rank acknowledged no superior but God.
At first it seemed that this would be a repeat of the battle on Rhodes, with most of Malta's cities destroyed and half the Knights killed in battle ; but a relief force from Spain entered the battle, resulting in the loss of 30, 000 Ottoman troops and the victory of the local Maltese citizenry.
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The Mongols were then free to lay siege without interference of the field army as it had been destroyed ... At the siege of Aleppo, Hulegu used twenty catapults against the Bab al-Iraq ( Gate of Iraq ) alone.
At the same time, King Gojong and the crown prince approached the Mongols to restore power from Kim Jun.
At first their invasion caused trouble to the Ming Chinese but Yu, the officer of the Ming Dynasty, and his commander Wang ambushed the Mongols and organized unexpectedly vigorous counter attack to capture Dayan Khan the next year.
At the end of 1911, the Mongols took action with an armed revolt against the Manchu authorities but was unsuccessful in the attempt.
At this point the Oirats ( western Mongols ) under Galdan attacked the eastern Mongols in the area between Selenginsk and Peking and negotiations had to be delayed.
At the age of 22, in 1449, he was imprisoned by the Mongols when, advised by Wang Zhen, he personally directed and lost the Battle of Tumu Fortress against the Mongols under Esen taishi ( d. 1455 ).
At the end of October 1271, a small force of Mongols arrived in Syria and ravaged the land from Aleppo southward.
At the Council, Pope Gregory promulgated a new Crusade to start in 1278 in liaison with the Mongols.
At that time, the use of the name Cumania should not to be understood as asserting the existence of a Cuman state, nor even a land inhabited by Cuman tribes ( as the bulk of them had either fled, or were destroyed by the Mongols, and the rest had been absorbed ) but rather to the Diocese of Cumania.
At one stroke, the bulk of Hungarian fighting men were totally destroyed, with relatively minimal casualties to the Mongols, reportedly less than 1, 000 men.
At the Great kurultai in Karakorum, the Mongols decided to transfer their greatest generals from China and Arabia to lead the effort to subdue the Bulgar state.
At dawn on December 11, 1241, Great Khan Ögedei died, causing the Mongols to retreat to Mongolia so that the princes of the blood could be present for the election of a new great khan.
At the time, the Ming government was unhappy with Korea as the Korean government continued to acknowledge the Mongols as the legitimate rulers of China ( this was true until 1378 ).
At the Battle of Mohi, the Mongols left open a gap in their ranks, luring the Hungarians into retreating through it.
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At first they were only feathers and dark indistinguishable faces and bodies, hunched over their horses' heads.
At headquarters -- sufficiently far from the firing line to make you forget occasionally that you were in a war -- Lewis found that the Commander in Chief's only desk was his knees ( and his only comb, his fingers ).
At certain critical stages, and only for sound diagnostic reasons, it may be important to accompany family members in their use of these resources if their problem-solving behavior is to be constructive rather than defeating.
At last count, sixteen former Rhodes Scholars ( see box on page 13 ) had been appointed to the Administration, second in number only to its Harvard graduates.
At Oxford one hundred years ago there were very few Catholics, partly because religious tests were removed only in 1854.
At first he insists that he does not belong in Oran, and his only thought is returning to the woman he loves in Paris.
The school taught only reading, writing, and spelling and he left this school at the age of 10. At age 13, his uncle, Reverend Tillotson Bronson, invited Alcott into his home in Cheshire, Connecticut to be educated and prepared for college.
At the time of Kennedy's proposal, only one American had flown in space — less than a month earlier — and NASA had not yet sent an astronaut into orbit.
At length Haakon, weary of delay, attacked, only to encounter a terrific storm which greatly damaged his ships.
At the time, only the dress rehearsal and opening night performance were held, and the play was not revived until after Jarry's death.
* At the height of his career, Carnegie was the second-richest person in the world, behind only John D. Rockefeller of Standard Oil.
At this apparent slight, R. Ḥiyya manifested chagrin, and R. Abbahu hastened to comfort him by comparing himself to the pedler of glittering fineries that always attracted the eyes of the masses, while his rival was a trader in precious stones, the virtues and values of which were appreciated only by the connoisseur.
At that moment, the nominal ruler of al-Andalus, emir Yusuf ibn ' Abd al-Rahman al-Fihri ( another member of the Fihrid family, and a favorite of the old Arab settlers ( baladiyun ), mostly of south Arabian or ' Yemenite ' tribal stock ) was locked in a contest with his vizier ( and son-in-law ) al-Sumayl ibn Hatim al-Qilabi, the head of the new settlers ( shamiyum, the Syrian junds or military regiments, mostly of north Arabian Qaysid tribes, which had arrived only in 742 ).
At best, the technique is only effective at extremely close ranges of five to ten feet, since the recoil would make it hard to keep both weapons straight, and using the sights on the guns is next to impossible.
At its peak, Li ' l Abner was read daily by 70 million Americans ( the U. S. population at the time was only 180 million ), with adult readers far outnumbering children.
At magnitude 5. 5, it is only 1 / 370th as bright visually as Antares A, although it shines with 170 times the Sun's luminosity.
At present the canal does not flow in district Gurgaon, but only in Faridabad, which was earlier a part of Gurgaon.
At the start of the Cold War, bombers were the only means to take nuclear weapons to enemy targets, and had the role of deterrence.
At that time test-match referees came from the home nation, substitutions took place only if a doctor found a player unable to continue and there were no video cameras or sideline officials to prevent violent play.