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Despite these reservations and fears, since the late 1980s, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and Turkmenistan have gradually moved to centre stage in the global energy markets and are now regarded as key factors of the international energy security.
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Despite these achievements, the influence of Aristotle's errors is considered by some to have held back science considerably.
Despite being able to crawl on land, many of these prehistoric tetrapodomorph fish still spent most of their time in the water.
Despite these facts, most mathematicians accept the axiom of choice as a valid principle for proving new results in mathematics.
Despite these activities, for some time, the Alemanni seem to have continued their pagan cult activities, with only superficial or syncretistic Christian elements.
Despite these troubles Andronikos III secured the extension of Byzantine control over Thessaly in 1333 and Epirus in 1337, by taking advantage of succession crises in these principalities.
Despite these constraints especially those deputies that are elected directly normally try to keep close contact with their constituents and to help them with their problems, particularly when they are related to federal policies or agencies.
Despite the failure of Philip's Bastarnae strategy, the suspicion aroused by these events in the Roman Senate, which had been warned by the Dardani of the Bastarnae invasion, ensured the demise of Macedonia as an independent state.
Despite significant efforts, British control of Northern European waters rendered these ambitions impractical in the short term, and the Royal Navy remained firmly in control of the Atlantic Ocean.
Despite these shortcomings, and his promise to step down at the end of the transition, Bozizé contested the 13 March 2005 presidential elections in which all of the leading opposition candidates were allowed to run except for Patassé.
Despite these achievements, Attlee's government failed to introduce the comprehensive education for which many socialists had hoped ( as a means of making the educational system less meritoric ).
Despite these problems, one of the main achievements of Attlee's government was the maintenance of near full employment.
Despite these efforts, Cairo's population has doubled since the 1960s, reaching close to seven million ( with an additional ten million in its urban area ).
Despite rejecting these terms, Constantius still tried to avert war with the Sassanid Empire by sending two embassies to Shapur II.
Despite these complaints, Clement is generally not considered a heretic in the Catholic Church, but such concerns about his orthodoxy led to him being removed from the Roman martyrology in 1586, and he is not revered as a saint in contemporary Roman Catholicism.
Despite the differences between comparative law and these other legal fields, comparative law helps inform all of these areas of normativity.
Despite the lack of complexity, there does seem to be forethought and skill in making these tools and should be considered such.
Despite the recession of the late 1950s, the company sold $ 94, 000 worth of these modules during 1958 alone, turning a profit at the end of its first year.
Despite these improvements, a second invasion by the former Katangan gendarmerie, known as Shaba II in May – June 1978, was only dispersed with the despatch of the French 2e régiment étranger de parachutistes and a battalion of the Belgian Paracommando Regiment.
Despite these uncertainties, there is agreement that destruction of rainforests remains a significant environmental problem.
Despite these advances in Cognitive psychology, there is still much to be discovered in terms of the operating mechanisms of declarative memory.
Despite the popularity of these events, the Dachshund Club of America opposes " wiener racing ", as many greyhound tracks use the events to draw large crowds to their facilities.
Despite these grand designs Domitian was determined to govern the Empire conscientiously and scrupulously.
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Despite the lip service paid by local governments, the anti-secrecy statutes have been continuously subverted by reservations and rationalizations.
“ There is no prospect of ever winning Russian cooperation .” Despite its reservations, the 80th Congress implemented Truman ’ s requests, further escalating the Cold War with the USSR.
Despite her reservations, Christine complied with the band's touring schedule, and then performed for the group's 1998 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, as well as the Grammy Awards show, and the BRIT Awards in the UK.
" Despite his harsh treatment of the warring tribes, Sherman spoke out against the unfair way speculators and government agents treated the natives within the reservations.
Despite his reservations about American general Douglas MacArthur as a man, Peck had long wanted to play him on film, and did so in MacArthur in 1976.
Despite some fans ' reservations about commercial leanings, the album concludes with a ten minute instrumental ' Ice ', showcasing Latimer's lead guitar skills.
Despite their reservations about the peaceable reformation that Rizal espoused, they named Rizal honorary president without his knowledge.
" Despite his reservations, Burke, " accompanied by smooth backing vocals and an arrangement equal parts Nashville and Nat King Cole, gave it his best.
Despite the lack of consensus, by the end of 2000 the album was appearing frequently in critics ' top ten lists as praise for Radiohead's experimentation appeared to outweigh reservations.
Despite these reservations, the film was screened at the festival and won both the Italian Critics Award and the Golden Lion award — introducing western audiences, including western directors, more noticeably to both Kurosawa's films and techniques, such as shooting directly into the sun and using mirrors to reflect sunlight onto the actor's faces.
Despite Weston's initial reservations, throughout the novel, Ecotopian citizens are characterized as clever, technologically resourceful, emotionally expressive and even occasionally violent, but also socially responsible, patriotic.
Despite his personal reservations, Peng then began an ambitious campaign to take the area south of the 38th parallel in order to fulfill Mao's political objectives for the war.
Despite his reservations about the Farmer-Labor philosophy, Governor Preus nonetheless encouraged the legislature to meet some of the farmers ' demands by broadening the legal powers of cooperatives, making low-interest loans available through the Rural Credit Bureau, and creating the Department of Agriculture.
Despite reservations, he agreed to participate in the scene and called Sazerac " a good choice of weaponry, because it symbolizes the city ".
Despite Kneale's reservations about the casting, The Quatermass Xperiment was the highest-grossing film Hammer had made up to that point in their history, and has since been described by one academic as " the key British science fiction film of the 1950s.
Despite periodic pressures to relocate to reservations, and without the Federal financial assistance that such relocation would have enabled, the Jamestown band maintained its independent community, and developed a viable economic base.
" Despite the reservations expressed by DelPiano, Epstein traded Kason Gabbard and minor league outfielders David Murphy and Engel Beltré to the Texas Rangers for Gagné on July 31, 2007.
Despite these reservations, of which Flory is entirely unaware, she is willing to marry him to escape poverty, spinsterhood and the unwelcome advances of her perpetually inebriated uncle.
Despite some reservations, the great Spanish philosopher and intellectual, José Ortega y Gasset, wrote:
Despite his initial reservations, Suslov eventually supported the Presidium's decision to intervene in Hungary militarily and replace the counterrevolutionary government's leadership there.
Despite reservations in government service, many OBC and SC people could not avail of it because of the poor state of basic primary and secondary education in Bihar.
Despite considerable difficulties with the development of the Snark, and reservations from the Department of Defense towards it, the engineering work continued.
Despite King's reservations, the British Pacific Fleet did acquit itself sufficiently in the Pacific, as the armoured flight decks of their aircraft carriers appeared to hold up well against Kamikaze attacks.