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Being effectively disinherited by the king ( for the first but not the last time in his life ) and with mounting debts, Richard welcomed the opportunity to restore his fortunes that presented itself in 1168.
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Being a staff writer effectively means that during the term of a songwriter's contract with a publisher, all their songs are automatically published by the company to which they signed, and can not be published elsewhere.
In 1995 he wrote " Reinventing Democracy ", then in November 2000, he published, The Last Prime Minister: Being Honest About the UK Presidency, claiming that the UK effectively had a presidency.
Being prescriptive for all later grammatical works, such as Patanjali's ,'s grammar effectively fixed the grammar of Classical Sanskrit.
Being a former television producer, Harriett Woods was able to communicate her message effectively over television.
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Being picked up for questioning by a cop on the way out seemed to be the only possible remaining danger, and we weren't picked up by a cop.
Being convinced that salvation is alone by accepting Christ as Saviour, and being convicted by the Holy Spirit of my lost condition, I do repent of all effort to be saved by any form of good works, and just now receive Jesus as my personal Saviour and salvation as a free gift from Him.
Being an intelligent man, John must have guessed what everyone thought about Edythe, but he never let on by so much as a brave smile.
A Modest Proposal for Preventing the Children of Poor People From Being a Burden on Their Parents or Country, and for Making Them Beneficial to the Publick, commonly referred to as A Modest Proposal, is a Juvenalian satirical essay written and published anonymously by Jonathan Swift in 1729.
Being very difficult to measure, only about 60 stellar parallaxes had been obtained by the end of the 19th century, mostly by use of the filar micrometer.
J. J. Bellermann has speculated that " the whole represents the Supreme Being, with his Five great Emanations, each one pointed out by means of an expressive emblem.
* Fa-Hien, A Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms: Being an Account by the Chinese Monk Fâ-Hsien of his travels to India and Ceylon ( A. D. 399-414 ) in search of the Buddhist Books of discipline
Being himself without sufficient authority, he appealed in a number of letters, afterward published under the title of Minḥat Ḳenaot ( Jealousy Offering ), to Solomon ben Adret of Barcelona, the most influential rabbi of the time, to use his powerful authority to check the source of evil by hurling his anathema against both the study of philosophy and the allegorical interpretations of the Bible, which did away with all belief in miracles.
Being behind the technological curve was not entirely surprising ; the chipset used in the 400 and 800 was designed because they were aware the 2600 would be obsolete by the 1980 time frame.
Almost Like Being in Love featured music by Frederick Loewe, Burton Lane, Andre Previn, Charles Strouse, and Kurt Weill.
Being a monarchical state, with its roots invested in Colonial England, black letter law is that which is a term used to describe basic principles of law that are accepted by the majority of judges in most provinces and territories.
Heidegger coined the term " dasein " for this property of being in his influential work Being and Time (" this entity which each of us is himself … we shall denote by the term ' dasein.
::: Seeing ye have purified your souls in obeying the truth through the Spirit unto unfeigned love of the brethren, that ye love one another with a pure heart fervently: / Being born again, not of corruptible seed, but of incorruptible, by the word of God, which liveth and abideth for ever.
Being declared a Covenant-breaker is done by the head of the Faith — which since 1963 refers to the elected nine-member Universal House of Justice, the governing body of the Bahá ' ís.
Being in a coalition allows males to dominate a third individual when they could not by themselves, as politically apt chimps can exert power over aggressive interactions regardless of their rank.
Being a versatile denominator in fractions may explain why we have 12 inches in an imperial foot, 12 ounces in a troy pound, 12 old British pence in a shilling, 24 ( 12 × 2 ) hours in a day, and many other items counted by the dozen, gross ( 144, square of 12 ) or great gross ( 1728, cube of 12 ).
Being himself one of the leaders of the Communist Party of Italy, ( CPI ), his theories had, in turn, been strongly influenced by the German social thinker Karl Marx, and have their ideological roots grounded in Marxist theory of false consciousness and capitalist exploitation.
Being situated so close to the equator and the warm Indian ocean, the city experiences generally tropical climatic conditions, typified by hot and humid weather throughout much of the year.
Being granted a banner by the Pope would have been a great honour, but despite the many letters of the popes relating to the crusades, none of them mentions granting a banner to a King of Denmark.
Being and king
Being a member of these inner circles brought huge advantages, as it was easier to gain favours from the king, file lawsuits, marry a wealthy heiress or have one's debts remitted.
# Being able to manage a greater deal of knowledge and action than a single individual such as the king.
Being replaced after his death in 1506 by his son Nzinga Mbemba who ruled as king Afonso I until 1543.
Being chased by men loyal to king Christian and failing at creating an army to challenge the king, Gustav Eriksson had no other alternative but to flee to Norway.
Being again pressed by Shahrukh, Mirza Sulaiman applied for help to Abdullah Khan Uzbek, king of Turan, who had long wished to annex Badakhshan.
Being descended from Aoife MacMurrough, Edward could also claim a lengthy royal Gaelic Irish ancestry that included Brian Boru and Dermot MacMurrough ; and also the Hiberno-Norse king Olaf Cuaran.
Being a close confidant of older brother Axel Oxenstierna ( Lord High Chancellor 1612-1654 ) as well as of the king, Gabriel Oxenstierna was used as a diplomatic representative on numerous occasions.
Being unable to agree on who should be king, they raised troops, fought a battle, and were both killed.
Being a long time vassal of King Richard, the English king looked to strike two birds with one stone ; by offering Guy de Lusignan the kingdom of Cyprus, he allowed his friend the opportunity to save face and keep some sort of power in the East whilst simultaneously ridding himself of a troublesome fief.
Being new and revolutionary, word of Polhem's work reached the reigning king, Charles XI who was so impressed with the work that he assigned him to improve Sweden's main mining operation ; the Falun Copper mine.
Being the first Djelibeybian king raised outside the kingdom leads to some interesting problems, based on the fact that Dios, the high priest, is a stickler for tradition, and does not, in fact, allow the pharaohs to rule the country.
Being royal pages, he must learn how to administrate organization by working closely with the king, which is a traditional way of entrance to Siamese bureaucracy.
In 201 Bato of Dardania along with Pleuratus the Illyrian and Amynander king of Athamania, cooperated with Roman consul Sulpicius in his expedition against Philip V. Being always under the menace of Dardanian attacks on Macedonia, around 183 BC Philip V made an alliance with Bastarnae and invited them to settle in Polog, the region of Dardania closest to Macedonia.
Being very fierce and capable warriors ( as noted by Istvan Vassary ), the king lead them in numerous expeditions against neighbouring countries ; most notably they played an important part in the battle of Rudolf of Habsburg and Ottokar II of Bohemia ( 1278 )-king Laszlo IV and the Cumans were on Rudolf's side.
Being horrified by those events some of Vršovci fled to Poland, where they were received with honours by king Bolesław III Krzywousty who gave them lands in the duchy of Masovia, that were foundation of future Rawa Voivodeship.
Being ordered by Iphicrates to take the Amphipolitan hostages to Athens, he allowed them to return to their own people, and joined Cotys, king of Thrace, against Athens.
Being appointed to the throne and maintaining the position was dependent on the king ’ s ability to rule decisively ; he could be replaced by another noble if he failed to do so.