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Both and consuls
Both consuls and other high-ranking members of Rome's leadership condemned Elagabalus, and the Senate subsequently declared war on both Elagabalus and Julia Maesa.
Both consuls are killed ( Hirtius did not die until after the Battle of Mutina ).
Both courts collaborated in the choice of the yearly consuls, as each court chose a consul and accepted the other's choice.
Both consuls then celebrated triumphs over the Samnites.
Both Scipios were capable commanders, both were consuls, and both were killed in Hispania after their armies had separated.
Both authors agreed that the two consuls had sharp differences of opinion and that Sempronius acted on his own.
Both consuls then landed in Africa to quickly regroup and then sailed to Cape Bon where they landed near Aspis.
Both his father and grandfather of the same name had been consuls, and his two brothers, Gaius Aurelius Cotta and Marcus Aurelius Cotta, preceded him as consul in 75 and 74 BC respectively.
Both consuls sailed to Sicily, where they captured Panormus the same year.
Both consuls were now unfit for command or deceased ; the dictator Claudius Glycia, appointed by Pulcher, was removed on the grounds that he was Pulcher's freedman, and thus not even a Senator, let alone a senator of some status.

Both and Gnaeus
Both Cato and Bibulus allied with Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus against Caesar.

Both and Gaius
Both of their names are carved in the stone along with Lucius Sergius and Gaius Sergius, the honoree's father and uncle respectively.
Both contemporary and modern historians have suggested Iullus had designs upon the monarchy and wanted to marry Julia before her children Gaius and Lucius came of age possibly to form some sort of regency.
Both Gaius Marius and Cicero were natives of Arpinum.

Both and third
Both companies are held by a third company, named SNCB Holding.
Both are extremely old, going back at least to the third century, and are the oldest extant liturgies continually in use.
Both Puerto Cortés, the country's largest port, and San Pedro Sula, Honduras's industrial capital, are located here, as is La Ceiba, the third largest city in the country.
Both males and females grow to an adult length of to from snout to vent, with a total length of to making it the third largest aquatic salamander species in the world ( next to the Chinese giant salamander and the Japanese giant salamander ) and the largest in North America.
Both in Division 1 South, the third tier.
" Both authors casually integrate characters ' thoughts into the third person narration, just one of several parallels between their writing styles.
Both islands were explored by Christopher Columbus on his third voyage in 1498.
Both the Kawasaki trains and Bombardier's ART have the active part of the motor in the cars and use overhead wires ( Japanese Subways ) or a third rail ( ART ) to transfer power to the train.
Both the first and the second world exploit the third world, but the first world is the most aggressive part.
Both Hippolytus and Uranius mention three distinct peoples in Arabia during the first half of the third century: the Saraceni, the Taeni and the Arabes.
Both were published in 1984, the year of Foucault's death, with the second volume being translated in 1985, and the third in 1986.
Both novelists encourage re-reading, because details that look insignificant foreshadow important events or characters much later in the story-line – for example Sirius Black is briefly mentioned near the beginning of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, and then becomes a major character in the third to fifth books.
* Both previous groups by-elect more komitatanoj, up to one third of their numbers.
Both GCSE and A Level results ( for the summer exam period ) are traditionally given to students on a Thursday, A Level results day is usually the third Thursday of August whilst GCSE results day is a week later.
Both apprenticeship and a third year of practical training in school lead to the same vocational qualifications.
Both the four stage Juno I and three stage Jupiter-C launch vehicles were the same height ( 21. 2 meters ), with the added fourth stage booster of the Juno I being enclosed inside the nose cone of the third stage.
Both of the previous results are still possible, as is a third: this could be a region in which the energy does not vary, in which case the equilibrium is called neutral or indifferent or marginally stable.
Both the second and the third tallest structures in Nevada, the Moapa Entrevision Tower and the Moapa Kemp Tower respectively, are located in Moapa.
Both of Monroe Township's pre-K through third grade schools received such an esteemed honor.
Both railroads were planned and built by the team of mining manager and civil engineer William Nelson Page and industrialist and financier Henry Huttleston Rogers, and added a third Hampton Roads coal exporting railhead to the existing Chesapeake and Ohio Railway ( with coal piers at Newport News ) and the Norfolk and Western Railway's similar facilities at Norfolk's Lambert's Point.
Both of those styles were left behind as a third emerged during the production of the band's debut album, Three Imaginary Boys.
Both the third Viscount and his younger brother, the fourth Viscount, died childless.
Both titles came with sister Serena, becoming only the third pair of sisters to win a WTA tour doubles title.
Both methods yield thrust due to Newton's third law — every action has an equal and opposite reaction.

Both and Senate
Both the Secretary of State and ambassadors are appointed by the President, with the advice and consent of the Senate.
Both the Senate and the National Assembly can initiate and pass legislation except for finance bills.
This ' Commonwealth of Both Nations ' ensured that the state of affairs surrounding the ' three estates ' system ' continued, with the Sejm, Senate and King each being referred to as an ' estate ' and supreme deliberating body of the state.
Both the final House and Senate versions of the amendment broadly protected the right of citizens to vote and to hold office.
Both the Syrian and Egyptian parties appeal to Rome for help, but the Roman Senate refuses to take sides.
* Both wanted to purge the humiliation that had occurred when he had lost his Senate seat in 1925 ;
Both the House and the Senate unanimously approved the bill, that went into effect October 1, 2009.
" Both the Leipzig Declaration and Frederick Seitz's Oregon Petition have been quoted as authoritative sources during deliberations in the U. S. Senate and House of Representatives.
Both men had come to hear the Senate debate on the bill.
Both chambers had a Pro-Administration majority, except that during the third / last session, the Senate had an Anti-Administration majority.
Both chambers had a Democratic-Republican majority, except during the Special session of the Senate, when there was a Federalist majority in the Senate.
Both houses of Congress, the House of Representatives and Senate, have majority and minority whips.
Both then and during several later attempts to return to work, he found himself exhausted just listening to Senate business.
Both the internal and external facets of Western culture were born on the Italian peninsula, whether one looks at the history of the Christian faith, civil institutions ( such as the Senate ), education, philosophy, law, art, science, or social customs and culture.
Both joined the rump PC Senate caucus.
Both father and son were distinguished jurists ; the father was reportedly given a house in the center of Rome by the Senate to make his advice more accessible to the Senate and people of Rome.
Both the House and Senate passed SOF reform bills, and these went to a conference committee for reconciliation.
Both of these two marshals sat in the Senate and, like other senators, enjoyed a lifelong appointment by the King.
Both the Louisville Times and the Louisville Courier-Journal recanted their statements in 1950 that Cooper should seek election to the Senate in 1954 ; they now feared that the election of a Republican would allow that party to organize the Senate, giving key committee chairmanships to isolationists opposed to continued U. S. involvement in the Korean War.
Both Knowland and Knight went down to defeat in 1958, with Knowland losing the gubernatorial race to Edmund G. " Pat " Brown, Sr. and Knight losing the Senate race by over 10 % to Clair Engle, severely weakening the California Republicans.

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