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By virtue of his self-reliance, his individualism and his freedom from external restraint, the private eye is a perfect embodiment of the middle class conception of liberty, which amounts to doing what you please and let the devil take the hindmost.
By the time Lilian had been graduated from public school, her parents were doing quite well.
By leaving me everything he wouldn't be doing me a favor, my father told him, and he didn't want to see his daughter involved in a lawsuit.
By political, economic, geographic and natural standards, they were justified in doing so.
By doing so, it links the holy past to the historical present and represents Alfred's law-giving as a type of divine legislation.
By doing this to the formula above, we find:
By doing this, Khrushchev was acknowledging a long forgotten fact ; the Presidium, the Secretariat and he himself were responsible to the Central Committee.
By doing this, he practically signaled his support for Gorbachev's ascension to the General Secretaryship.
By the age of seven, Plato began doing television commercials, reportedly appearing in over 100 spots for companies as diverse as Kentucky Fried Chicken, Dole, and Atlantic Richfield.
By doing so, they " fill the need of a mostly female audience for fictional narratives that expand the boundary of the official source products offered on the television and movie screen.
By doing so Copleston makes clear that Aquinas wanted to put forth the concept of an omnipresent God rather than a being that could have disappeared after setting the chain of cause and effect into motion.
By doing so he and the German dukes gained time to fortify towns and train a new elite cavalry force.
By 1840, to protect the interests of the various nationals doing business in Zanzibar, consul offices had been opened by the British, French, Germans and Americans.
By doing so, the multi-billion dollar development cost of a new launch vehicle is avoided.
By doing this, Orange Alternative participants could not be arrested by the police for opposition to the regime without the authorities becoming a laughing stock.
By doing so, it reduces nitrogen losses by volatilization, accelerates mineralization and increases short-term nitrogen availability for transformation of organic matter into humus.
By doing so the victorious Spartans proved to be the most clement state that fought Athens and at the same time they turned out to be its saviour as neither Corinth nor Thebes at the time could challenge their decision.
By doing so, the plaintiff seeks a legal remedy, and if successful, the court will issue judgment in favor of the plaintiff and make the appropriate court order ( e. g., an order for damages ).
By doing so, the following statements become true:
By doing this he wishes to establish within the younger members of his community a scheme to discern right and wrong actions through the powers of the mind.
By establishing a pattern, sometimes with the use of a powerful computer, mathematicians may have an idea of what to prove, and in some cases even a plan for how to set about doing the proof.
By so doing, he claimed descent from the Minamoto clan.
By selling vast quantities of shrimp and catfish to the U. S., Vietnam triggered antidumping complaints by the U. S., which imposed tariffs in the case of catfish and was considering doing the same for shrimp.
By doing so, the king attempted to preempt any dispute after his death and legitimize his line on the throne of Georgia.
By forced division of labor Durkheim means a situation where power holders, driven by their desire for profit ( greed ), results in people doing the work they are unsuited for.

By and so
By then Hez could see for himself, and so could the others.
By her eighteenth birthday her bent for writing was so evident that Papa and Mamma gave her a Life Of Dickens as a spur to her aspiration.
By this time Churchill was not so cordial toward moving Poland westward as he had been at Teheran, where he and Eden had both heartily approved the idea.
By these measures, Congress, so the Court ( in effect ) now decides, gave not only needless but inadequate relief, since it now appears that the federal courts have inherent power to sterilize the Act of 1875 against all proceedings challenging local regulation ''.
By early summer, he wrote from Laramie that he was suffering from the wound inflicted in the ambush and was in a bad way financially, so Pels sent him a draft for $100, warning that it was still not wise for him to return.
By the time Felix turned up it was early afternoon, which, one would think, would be late enough so that by then, except for small children and a few hardy souls who had not yet sobered up, it could have been expected that people would no longer be having any sort of active interest in the previous night's noisemakers and paper hats.
By 1903 the Liberals were so dominant that there was no longer an organized opposition in Parliament.
By 407, the estrangement between the eastern and western courts had become so bitter that it threatened civil war.
By the 6th century Alexander's commentaries on Aristotle were considered so useful that he was referred to as " the commentator " ().
By so strongly validating one role, that of the male citizen, it has been argued that democracy compromised the status of those who did not share it.
By " art " we may frame several artistic " works " or " creations " as so though this reference remains within the institution or special event which creates it and this leaves some works or other possible " art " outside of the frame work, or other interpretations such as other phenomenon which may not be considered as " art ".
By December 1790 Phillip was ready to return to England, but the colony had largely been forgotten in London and no instructions reached him, so he carried on.
By decree of pope Leo X they were created papal nobles, ranking as Comes palatinus (' Count Palatine '), familiars and members of the papal household, so that they might enjoy all the privileges of domestic prelates and of prelates in actual attendance on the Pope, as regards plurality of benefices as well as expectives.
" By the Way " was popular with the readership, and of course, one of the reasons it lasted so long.
By the charter renewal in 1781 it was also the bankers ' bank – keeping enough gold to pay its notes on demand until 26 February 1797 when war had so diminished gold reserves that the government prohibited the Bank from paying out in gold.
By the 1890s, the portion from 23rd Street to 34th Street was so brightly illuminated by electrical advertising signs, that people began calling it " The Great White Way.
By the last years of the 19th century, The British Museum's collections had increased so much that the Museum building was no longer big enough for them.
By that time, the majority of black people were U. S .- born, so use of the term " African " became problematic.
By the mid-20th century, the number of examples of people skipping stages, such as going from hunter-gatherers to post-industrial service occupations in one generation, were so numerous that 19th-century evolutionism was effectively disproved.
These films should not be confused with comedic cult movies like The Toxic Avenger, Bad Taste, Army of Darkness, Murder By Death, Spaceballs, and the films of John Waters, which purposely utilize elements from films " so bad they're good " for comedic effect.
By this method each bull can serve very many cows, so only a very few of the purebred dairy male calves are needed to provide bulls for breeding.
By the 9th century, eunuch singers were well-known ( not least in the choir of Hagia Sophia ), and remained so until the sack of Constantinople by the Western forces of the Fourth Crusade in 1204.
By then, Confucius had build up a considerable reputation through his teachings, while the families came to see the value of proper conduct and righteousness, so they could achieve loyalty to a legitimate government.

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