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But though the Southern States, when drafting a constitution to unite themselves, narrowed the difference to this fine point by omitting to assert the right to secede, the fact remained that by seceding from the Union they had already acted on the concept that it was composed primarily of sovereign states.
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The Constitution of the Southern `` Confederation '' differed from that of the Federal Union only in two important respects: It openly, defiantly, recognized slavery -- an institution which the Southerners of 1787, even though they continued it, found so impossible to reconcile with freedom that they carefully avoided mentioning the word in the Federal Constitution.
Yet though the Southern States lost the worst errors in their case, they did not lose the truth they fought for.
During the Roman period Britain ’ s continental trade was principally directed across the Southern North Sea and Eastern Channel, focusing on the narrow Strait of Dover, though there were also more limited links via the Atlantic seaways.
Southwestern Manitoba, though under the same climate classification as the rest of Southern Manitoba, is closer to the semi-arid interior of Palliser's Triangle.
The raids of Crimeans, however, didn't cease until the late 17th century, though the construction of new fortification lines across Southern Russia, such as the Great Abatis Line, constantly narrowed the area accessible to incursions.
Star names from these catalogues include the initials of which of the four catalogues they are from ( though the Southern follows the example of the Bonner and uses BD ; CPD is often shortened to CP ), followed by the angle of declination of the star ( rounded towards zero, and thus ranging from + 00 to + 89 and-00 to-89 ), followed by an arbitrary number as there are always thousands of stars at each angle.
This especially sweet variation of tea enjoys most of its popularity in the Southern United States, though bottled iced teas labeled " Southern Style " or " Extra-sweet Southern Style " appear in refrigerated cases throughout the country.
In particular, many Taoist practices drew from the Warring-States-era phenomena of the wu ( connected to the " shamanism " of Southern China ) and the fangshi ( which probably derived from the " archivist-soothsayers of antiquity, one of whom supposedly was Laozi himself "), even though later Taoists insisted that this was not the case.
The traders and British government agents dealing with the Southern tribes in general and the Cherokee in particular were nearly all of Scottish extraction, especially from the Highlands, though a few were Scots-Irish, English, French, even German ( see Scottish Indian trade ).
As Southern blacks became aware of their more equal standing under California law, they began to reject subservient roles ; the new immigrants prospered, though they were affected by rising racial discrimination and informal post-war neighborhood redlining.
Beginning with the 1492 arrival of Christopher Columbus, over nearly four centuries the Spanish Empire would expand across: most of present day Central America, the Caribbean islands, and Mexico ; much of the rest of North America including the Southwestern, Southern coastal, and California Pacific Coast regions of the United States ; and though inactive, with claimed territory in present day British Columbia Canada ; and U. S. states of Alaska, Washington, and Oregon ; and the western half of South America.
It is believed that they evolved first in the Southern Hemisphere, even though the majority of the fossils have been found in the Northern Hemisphere.
Both in 1129 – 30 and in 1161 Jin forces were defeated by the Southern Song navies when trying to cross the Yangtze River into the core Southern Song territory ( see Battle of Tangdao and Battle of Caishi ), even though for the latter campaign the Jin had equipped a large navy of their own, using Chinese shipbuildiers and even Chinese captains who had defected from the Southern Song.
Even though both the House and Senate had large Democratic majorities throughout these years, there was enough support for the Acts amongst Democrats ( especially those representing Southern states ) to ensure their passage.
The name " Italy " ( Italia ) can be traced back to ancient times for the peninsula, though it was initially designated for the region of the lower part of Southern Italy by Greek settlers.
Nixon and other Republicans provided little support for Carmichael to avoid alienating conservative Southern Democrats though the GOP did work to elect two House candidates who later became influential U. S. senators, Trent Lott and Thad Cochran.
As with the Tropic of Cancer, most places along the Tropic of Capricorn have arid or semi-arid climates, though with the Tropic of Capricorn this unfavourable environmental state is exacerbated by the fact that in Australia and Southern Africa tectonic activity and glaciation have been largely absent since the Carboniferous 300 million years ago, so that the aridity is compounded by extremely infertile soils.
It is believed to have been written near Tours after he had already travelled, though there is no indication that he had travelled past Southern Italy and Sicily at the time of writing.
The easiest public access is from the main road running from Yardea to Kingoonya, at The Brothers Well, a concrete catchment at the side of the road at the Southern end of Moonarie station ( though the road signs would have you believe that you were on Yardea Station ).
Gobineau's basic concept, as further refined and developed in Nazism, places the black Aboriginal Australians and " African savages " at the bottom of the hierarchy, while the white Northern and Western European Aryans ( consisting of Germans, Finnish, Swedish, Icelanders, Norwegians, Danish, British, French, Northern Italians, Irish and Dutch ) were at the top ; white olive-skinned Southern Europeans ( consisting of the Spanish, Southern Italians, Greeks and Portuguese, i. e. those of what is called the Mediterranean race, which was regarded as another subrace of the Caucasian race ) in the upper middle ranks ; Slavs ( Even though the Slavs are white and of Indo-European ancestry, the Nazis placed them lower on the scale because they were regarded as primarily of the Alpine race rather than the Nordic race, and thus fit only to be peasants.
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It is world-wide knowledge that any power which might be tempted today to attack the United States by surprise, even though we might sustain great losses, would itself promptly suffer a terrible destruction.
Political interference in Africa and Asia and even in Latin America ( though limited in Latin America by the special interest of the United States as expressed in the Monroe Doctrine, itself from the outset related to European politics and long dependent upon the `` balance of power '' system in Europe ) was necessary in order to preserve both common economic values and the European `` balance '' itself.
States were free to enact, within broad, though ( perhaps ) determinate limits, their own rules as to the application of foreign law by their courts, to vary the law merchant, and to enact legislation with regard to many claims arising on the high seas.
The term " allocution " is generally only in use in jurisdictions in the United States, though there are vaguely similar processes in other common law countries.
Even though this period-known in its earlier part as the Spring and Autumn period and the Warring States period-in its latter part was fraught with chaos and bloody battles, it is also known as the Golden Age of Chinese philosophy because a broad range of thoughts and ideas were developed and discussed freely.
For referring specifically to a U. S. national and things, the words used are estadunidense ( also spelled estado-unidense ) ( United States person ), from Estados Unidos da América, and ianque ( Yankee ), but the term most often used is norte-americano, even though it could, as with its Spanish equivalent, in theory apply to Canadians, Mexicans, etc., as well.
The mollusc Concholepas concholepas is often sold in the United States under the name " Chilean abalone ", though it is not an abalone, but a muricid.
This form of guilty plea has been frequently used in local and state courts in the United States, though it consists of a small percentage of all plea bargains in the U. S. The form of plea is not allowed in courts of the United States military.
John Wesley held that, as a presbyter, though not a bishop, he had the power to transmit apostolic succession to others and himself ordained ministers for the United States.
The island now forms the Baker Island National Wildlife Refuge and is an unincorporated and unorganized territory of the U. S. Its defense is the responsibility of the United States ; though uninhabited, it is visited annually by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
It has been suggested by United States government officials that " box-cutter knives " were used in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks against the United States, though the exact design of the knives actually used is unclear.
For example, in England and Wales and in most states of the United States, the basic law of contracts, torts and property do not exist in statute, but only in common law ( though there may be isolated modifications enacted by statute ).
Capybaras are occasionally kept as pets in the United States, though it is illegal in some states and in various other countries.
* In 1990, Gabrielle Beaumont created a film adaptation for a horror anthology television series Nightmare Classics titled " Carmilla ", which is one of the more faithful adaptations of the story, though the setting was transported to post-Civil War Deep South of the United States.
The Bee Gees, for instance, only had one major hit in the United States after the 1970s — even though later songs they wrote and had others perform were successful.
In the United States, these chemicals were detected in almost all human blood samples tested by the Centers for Disease Control in 2005, though their levels have sharply declined since most uses were banned in the US.
In 1995, the United States closed its embassy, ostensibly for budget reasons, though the ambassador of the time had been accused of witchcraft, and had criticised the human rights situation.
United Methodists in the United States are encouraged to celebrate the Eucharist every Sunday, though it is typically celebrated on the first Sunday of each month, while a few go as long as celebrating quarterly ( a tradition dating back to the days of circuit riders that served multiple churches ).
Silhouette effects in location scenes began to appear in 1909 in both the United States and Italy ; though as things developed, European film-makers made more use of this than the Americans did.
By 1918 the use of the iris to begin and end sequences was starting to decrease in the United States, though in Europe it was just starting to become fashionable.
In the United States, most forests have historically been affected by humans to some degree, though in recent years improved forestry practices has helped regulate or moderate large scale or severe impacts.