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Certainly its composer was an ascending star on a new world horizon.
Certainly the most positive event of the 2011 season for the Orioles, was their involvement in the events that took place on September 28, when they defeated the Boston Red Sox 4-3 thanks to 9th inning heroics by both Nolan Reimold, and Robert Andino leading to a walk-off win on an Andino RBI single, and prevented them from earning the Wild Card berth.
Certainly Eugene's appearance was not impressive – " He was never good looking …" wrote the Duchess of Orléans, " It is true that his eyes are not ugly, but his nose ruins his face ; he has two large teeth which are visible at all times.
Certainly I don't know what Tim Allen was doing.
Certainly several church documents including a papal letter and two indulgences were printed, one of which was issued in Mainz.
Certainly, Geoffrey seems to have made use of the list of Arthur's twelve battles against the Saxons found in the 9th-century Historia Brittonum, along with the battle of Camlann from the Annales Cambriae and the idea that Arthur was still alive.
At a press conference in November 2008, Nicaraguan Foreign Minister Samuel Santos Lopez said, " Certainly, we think that the decision recognize independent Abkhazia and South Ossetia was fair and appropriate.
At a press conference in November 2008, Nicaraguan Foreign Minister Samuel Santos Lopez said, " Certainly, we think that the decision recognize independent Abkhazia and South Ossetia was fair and appropriate.
Certainly Urien's kingdom stretched eastward at one time, as he was also " Ruler of Catraeth " ( Catterick in North Yorkshire ).
Certainly lands in Normandy, passed by hereditary right, were usually considered more important to major barons than those in England, where their possession was less certain.
Certainly it was the birth of gay pride on a massive scale.
Certainly, the mode of his election was highly criticized by his opponents.
Certainly there was no official representation of the Dutch monarchy or any other organ of government.
Certainly, Polish resistance was the largest resistance till German invasion of Yugoslavia and invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941.
Certainly nothing other than the intention of Prussia and Russia to carry out the annexation plans agreed to in Kalisz was responsible for this treatment of the Saxon king.
Certainly the Japanese navy had performed well, but its opponents had been weak, and it was not invincible ... Tōgō's victory set Japan on a path that would eventually lead her " to the Second World War.
Certainly there are valuable details: while the European Kingfisher is now common in Ireland, Gerald states clearly that it was not found in Ireland in his time: on the other hand the European Dipper, which he had evidently not seen before, was very common.
Certainly the founding of many early botanic gardens was instigated by members of the medical profession.
Certainly during the war, newspapers asserted that Umberto was homosexual, and information continued to be spread in the lead-up to the post-war referendum on the monarchy in the hope of influencing the outcome.
Certainly in World War 2, the amount of currency in circulation was increased several fold.
A medieval variation is alluded to in Geoffrey Chaucer ’ s Canterbury Tales at the beginning of the “ Knight ’ s Tale ,” where it says: “ Certainly, if it were not too lengthy to listen to, I would have told you fully how the realm of Scythia was conquered by Theseus and his knights ; of the great battle on that occasion between the Athenians and the Amazons ; how Hippolyta, the fair, brave queen of Scythia, was besieged ; of the feast at their wedding ; and of the tempest at their home-coming .”
Certainly, Sir Garnet Wolseley, taking over as Commander-in-Chief from Lord Chelmsford later that year, was unimpressed with the awards made to the defenders of Rorke ’ s Drift, saying " it is monstrous making heroes of those who shut up in buildings at Rorke ’ s Drift, could not bolt, and fought like rats for their lives which they could not otherwise save ".

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Certainly all can applaud passage of an auto title law, the school bills, the increase in teacher pensions, the ban on drag racing, acceptance by the state of responsibility for maintenance of state roads in municipalities at the same rate as outside city limits, repeal of the college age limit law and the road maintenance bond issue.
Certainly, the meaning is clearer to one who is not familiar with Biblical teachings, in the New English Bible which reads: `` Then Jesus arrived at Jordan from Galilee, and he came to John to be baptized by him.
Certainly his parents, who had worn the purple, were slain by it.
Certainly this impression is fully borne out by the beautiful and somewhat quaint works included in that great anthology.
Certainly most people's leisure activities are not a completely free choice, and may be constrained by social pressures, e. g. people may be coerced into spending time gardening by the need to keep up with the standard of neighbouring gardens.
Certainly love is influenced by hormones ( such as oxytocin ), neurotrophins ( such as NGF ), and pheromones, and how people think and behave in love is influenced by their conceptions of love.
Certainly among them were the areas inhabited by the Polans and Goplans, as well as the Sieradz-Łęczyca lands and Kuyavia.
Certainly its long term success and viability have become much harder to judge since the recent worldwide economic downturn, a situation compounded by the actions of its two principal owner-occupiers.
Certainly, in the course of his career Holmes had worked for both the most powerful monarchs and governments of Europe ( including his own ) and various wealthy aristocrats and industrialists and had also been consulted by impoverished pawnbrokers and humble governesses on the lower rungs of society.
" Certainly not intended by me to be anything more than another non sequitur coming out of Zippy's mind.
Certainly, by the end of the 10th century, Richier of Reims and Adhemar of Chabannes refer to him in all seriousness as " Charles the Bald ".
Certainly, republicanism in Australia has traditionally been supported most strongly by urban working class of Irish Catholic background, whereas monarchism is a core value associated with urban and rural inhabitants of British Protestant heritage and the middle class, to the extent that there were calls in 1999 for 300, 000 exceptionally enfranchised British subjects who were not Australian citizens to be barred from voting on the grounds that they would vote as a loyalist bloc in a tight referendum.
( Certainly his actors were members of the company, and Shakespeare himself is formally listed as a member by 1594 ).
Certainly, he served with the Theban armies in the defence of Boeotia in the 370s, and, by 371 BC, he had become a Boeotarch.
Certainly by the mid nineteenth century, all three instruments had been modified to have a very powerful sound, and each can hold its own in a modern ensemble.
Certainly, the Chelgrians responsible were reminded by their agent of the possible consequences (" Don't fuck with the Culture ... we are about to ").
Certainly by 1542, a white saltire set against a blue background was depicted as being the flag of Scotland, although an even earlier example known as the " Blue Blanket of the Trades of Edinburgh ", reputedly made by Queen Margaret, wife of James III ( 1451 – 1488 ), also shows a white saltire on a blue field.

Certainly and no
Certainly not, I mean, no that isn't what I said ''!!
Certainly no other seven American statesmen from any later period achieved so much in so concentrated a span of years.
Certainly it is not necessary to repeat that the United States has no intention of interfering in the internal affairs of any nation ; ;
Certainly, in analyzing an action which truly faced such alternatives, `` it is never possible that no world would be preferable to some worlds, and there are in truth no circumstances in which the destruction of human life presents itself as a reasonable alternative ''.
Certainly no liberal can in future vote ' Liberal '".
Certainly there is no warrant for assuming — as would-be " code-breakers " are prone to do — that either the spellings or the punctuation of any edition are Nostradamus ' originals.
Certainly no better method yet existed for the blind to read, and the books seemed – to the sighted – to offer the best achievable results.
Certainly I had no intention of staying away from production for nine years.
Certainly, no stories of any legendary men named blue exist.
Certainly he's the most colorful figure in a film that wastes no time on character development or personality ".
" Certainly this new style brought acclamation: Alexander Pope stated, " he was afraid the young man would be spoiled, for he would have no competitor.
Certainly the polemarchos no longer had military authority after 487 / 486 BC, when archontes were appointed by lot and it could not be expected that every polemarch would make a competent commander.
Certainly the sons of the Anti-Nephi-Lehies had no fighting experience.
Certainly there is currently no universally-accepted explanation.
In December 2009, Timur Lakhonin, the head of the Russian National Central Bureau of Interpol, stated, " Certainly, there is crime involving our former compatriots abroad, but there is no data suggesting that an organized structure of criminal groups comprising former Russians exists abroad ," while in August 2010, Alain Bauer, a French criminologist, said that it " is one of the best structured criminal organisations in Europe, with a quasi-military operation.
Certainly not, within Faurisson's logic, since in the final analysis there is no practical anti-Semitism possible.
After the war, a friend showed Hathcock a passage written by Ernest Hemingway: " Certainly there is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough and like it, never really care for anything else thereafter.
Certainly, if he thought there was a chance of this person coming back to cause him some harm, there was no sense in bothering to give him a beating.
Certainly, the U-boat threat was well appreciated, but the First Lord's account of the time and its events makes no mention of the need to stop the threat at the strait.
Certainly there is no other kshetra equal to Govapuri
Certainly no thanks is given for holding open a door or waiting for another to pass.
Certainly, until the Langalibalele Rebellion of 1873, a committed liberal like Bishop John William Colenso had no problem in supporting Shepstone and his policy.

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