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During his two terms the Constitution was tested and found workable, strong national policies were inaugurated, and the traditions and powers of the Presidential office firmly fixed.
During the years when Israel was passing from crisis to crisis -- the Sinai campaign, the infusion of multitudes of penniless immigrants -- it was felt that the purpose of national unity could be best served if the secular majority were to yield to the religious parties.
During this time, the Port Adelaide won a record four national club championships.
During the Civil war, soldiers from different parts of the United States played baseball together, leading to a more unified national version of the sport.
During the military government ( 1973 – 1990 ) of Augusto Pinochet, the Verse III was officially incorporated because of his praise of the armed forces and the national police ( Carabiners ).
During the 1870s and 1880s, Chicago attained national stature as the leader in the movement to improve public health.
During the crucial period of July – August 1960, Joseph-Désiré Mobutu built up " his " national army by channeling foreign aid to units loyal to him, by exiling unreliable units to remote areas, and by absorbing or dispersing rival armies.
During the many 20th century spy scandals, much information became publicly known about national spy agencies and dozens of real-life secret agents.
During the peak of the age of sail, beginning in the early 17th century, it has been customary ( and later a legal requirement ) for ships to carry flags designating their nationality ; these flags eventually evolved into the national flags and maritime flags of today.
During the 1970s and ‘ 80s rural poverty did decline, particularly in the Malayan Peninsula, but critics of the government ’ s policy contend that this was mainly due to the growth of overall national prosperity ( due in large part to the discovery of important oil and gas reserves ) and migration of rural people to the cities rather than to state intervention.
During the antifascist national liberation war, the Albanian people fought against Italy and Germany, which occupied the country.
During the period of 1960 to 1970, the average annual rate of increase of Albania's national income was 29 percent higher than the world average and 56 percent higher than the European average.
During the years that the Seventh and Eighth Revisions of the ICD were in force, the use of the ICD for indexing hospital medical records increased rapidly and some countries prepared national adaptations which provided the additional detail needed for this application of the ICD.
During the drafting and ratification of the constitution, he favored a strong national government, though later he grew to favor stronger state governments, before settling between the two extremes late in his life.
During a national speaking tour, Howard had criticized the FBI's failure to thoroughly investigate the racially motivated murders of George W. Lee, Lamar Smith, and Emmett Till.
During the hearings, Landis admonished the parties, " Both sides must understand that any blows at the thing called baseball would be regarded by this court as a blow to a national institution ".
During 13 years as head coach, Rockne led his " Fighting Irish " to 105 victories, 12 losses, five ties, and three national championships, including five undefeated seasons without a tie.
During the departure ceremonies, Gen. Ali Habib, Syria's chief of staff, said that Syria's president had decided to recall his troops after the Lebanese army had been " rebuilt on sound national foundations and became capable of protecting the state.
During the following administrations, since 1928, many of the revolutionary ideals were put into effect, among them the free distribution of land to peasants and farmers, the nationalization of the oil companies, the birth and rapid growth of the Social Security Institute as well as that of Labor Unions, and the protection of national industries.
During this time, Bob Costas had taken over the lead job and called the Finals after Marv's arrest for sexual assault had brought him national disgrace.
During his time on NBC, Albert continued as lead play-by-play man for the New York Knicks on local MSG Network telecasts and began calling national games for TNT in 1999 as well.
During the second russification period, at the start of the First World War, the Dowager Empress, travelling by her special train through Finland to Saint Petersburg, expressed her continued disapprobation for the russification of Finland by having an orchestra of a welcoming committee to play the March of the Pori Regiment and the Finnish national anthem " Maamme ", which at the time were under the explicit ban from Franz Albert Seyn, the Governor-General of Finland.
During the seven-day state funeral, Nancy, accompanied by her children and military escort, led the nation in mourning by keeping a strong composure, traveling from her home to the Reagan Library for a memorial service, then to Washington, D. C., where her husband's body lay in state for 34 hours prior to a national funeral service in the Washington National Cathedral.
During the 1990s, Pakistan began an ongoing project to rebuild all national highways throughout the country specifically to important financial, cargo and textile centers.

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During the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, censuses were conducted in 1931 and 1921 ; the census in 1941 was never conducted due to the outbreak of WWII.
During the 19th century and through the 1940 census, enumeration was accomplished through political districts.
During 2007, new research from the 2006 New Zealand census showed that women without a tertiary ( college ) education had produced 2. 57 babies each, compared to 1. 85 babies for those women with a higher education.
During the years just prior to the decennial census, parallel census offices, known as " Regional Census Centers " are opened in the field office cities.
During the 2000 census, total housing units numbered 14, of which none were vacant.
During the 2000 census, the village had a total population of 2 ; only one married couple, Rudy and Elsie Eiler, lived there.
During the census of 2000, there were 7, 226 people, 3, 202 households, and 1, 959 families residing in the city.
During the 1990s the town increased in popularity and the population rose to 826 at the 2000 census.
During the course of the twentieth century, the population increased to 8, 712 at the November 2002 census, not including the Marquesan community residing on Tahiti, but it decreased slightly to 8, 632 at the August 2007 census.
During the next half century the population grew rapidly, from around 2, 500 at the start of the 19th century to 9, 308 at the 1851 census.
During the tiger census of 2008, a new methodology was used extrapolating site-specific densities of tigers, their co-predators and prey derived from camera trap and sign surveys using GIS.
During the 2010 census there were 122 populated localities and 86 unpopulated localities enumerated.
" During the same census, however, the bureau began to track the White population of Spanish mother tongue.
During this census, the bureau attempted to identify all Hispanics by use of the following criteria in sampled sets:
During the 2002 national census, Entebbe's population was estimated at 55, 086 people.
During the 2001 census Southport was recorded as having a population of 90, 336, making it the eleventh most populous settlement in North West England.
During the 1990 census, approximately 0. 81 per cent of people counted had this family name.
During the 19th century the population increased steadily, from 46, 000 in the 1801 census to 137, 000 in the 1901 census ( figures given for the registration county ).
During Governor Brown's first term ( 1959 – 1963 ), the national census confirmed that California had become the nation's most populous state.
During the 1917 October Revolution and Russian Civil War, the mayor of the predominantly Jewish Ukrainian town of Berdychiv ( 53, 728 inhabitants, 80 % of whom were Jewish at the 1897 census ) was a Bundist, D. Lipets.
During the passage of the London Government Bill an amendment was put forward to create a central borough corresponding to the definition used at the 1961 census.

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