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Even after a blinded Paul walks into the desert to die, his sister Alia rules his empire and keeps the Bene Gesserit at bay until Paul's young son Leto II takes control himself in Children of Dune ( 1976 ).
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Even after the incident between Bang-Jensen and Shann in the Delegates' Lounge and this was not the way the Chicago Tribune presented it ''.
Even if the electric power fails after an attack, any time that the heater has been used will make the shelter that much more comfortable.
Even after Elizabethan traditions were weakened by the Cromwellian interregnum, the practice of singing together -- choruses, catches and glees -- always flourished.
Even Poseidon, who normally favors the Greeks, comes to Aeneas ' rescue after he falls under the assault of Achilles, noting that Aeneas, though from a junior branch of the royal family, is destined to become king of the Trojan people.
Even after leaving the abbacy of Tavistock, he continued to hold two properties from the abbey until his death.
Even after the Norman Conquest, Ealdred still controlled some events in Worcester, and it was Ealdred, not Wulfstan, who opposed Urse d ' Abetot's attempt to extend the castle of Worcester into the cathedral after the Norman Conquest.
Even after local lemming peaks, the arctic fox population tends to collapse back to levels dangerously close to non-viability.
Even as his works dropped from performance, and he wrote no new operas after 1804, he still remained one of the most important and sought after teachers of his generation and his influence was felt in every aspect of Vienna's musical life.
Even a 20th-century Surrealist, such as Paul Éluard, used alexandrines on occasion, such as in these lines from L ' Égalité des sexes ( in Capitale de la douleur ) ( note the variation between caesuras after the 6th syllable, and after 4th and 8th ):
Even if the text of the Septuagint is proved to be the older, it does not necessarily follow that all these variations first arose after the Greek translation had been made, because two different editions of the same text might have been in process of development side by side ..."
Even after the creation of the Church in Wales 1920, the 1662 book ( and its Welsh equivalent ) was used until 1966, when trials of new services began.
Even after the 2009 general election, the CDU / CSU emerged as the largest party in Germany, yet both lost votes predominantly to the FDP.
Even in cases of real crimes, the positive laws frequently punish only the particular offence, while in public opinion the offender, even after he has undergone punishment, is still incapacitated for certain honours and distinctions which are granted only to persons of unblemished character.
Even though he admired the eminent Rodin he left the Rodin studio after only two months, saying, " Nothing can grow under big trees.
Even after the emergence of the professional National Football League ( NFL ), college football remained extremely popular throughout the U. S.
Even after the French Revolution, a closed system of social stratification continued through the 19th century.
Even after the war started in 1914, he continued seminars and classes where the works of Albert Einstein and others were followed closely.
Even after the denarius was no longer regularly issued, it continued to be used as a unit of account, and the name was applied to later Roman coins in a way that is not understood.
Even in 2010, more than forty years after the U. S. ban, California condors which feed on sea lions at Big Sur which in turn feed in the Palos Verdes Shelf area of the Montrose Chemical Superfund site seemed to be having continued thin-shell problems.
Even and Paul
Even further, Christ is described by Paul elsewhere as a bondservant of the Father, though mysteriously coequal to the Father.
Even the Reichstag itself, the German Parliament, occupied the former home of the family of composer Felix Mendelssohn ( 1809 – 47 ) in Leipziger Straße before moving in 1894 to the vast new edifice near the Brandenburg Gate, erected by Paul Wallot ( 1841 – 1912 ).
Even though Breton by 1946 responded rather negatively to the subject of music with his essay Silence is Golden, later Surrealists, such as Paul Garon, have been interested in — and found parallels to — Surrealism in the improvisation of jazz and the blues.
Even Paul ’ s decision to send a Cossack army to take British India, bizarre as it may seem, makes a certain amount of sense: Britain itself was almost impervious to direct attack, being an island nation with a formidable navy, but the British had left India largely unguarded and would have great difficulty staving off a force that came over land to attack it.
Even though a changed political scene after the death of Russian Tsar Paul reduced the political importance of the battle and material losses in the battle were of little importance to the fighting strength of either navy ( the Danish side had taken great care to spare its first-class ships ), the battle is nevertheless still remembered on the Danish side for the extraordinary valour of the Navy's personnel and the many Copenhagen volunteers who fought for hours against overwhelming odds.
Even though he did not do band arrangements in the 1920s, for a time his ideas of arrangement were heavily influenced by those of Paul Whiteman, but when Louis Armstrong joined his orchestra in 1924 Henderson realized there could be a much richer potential for jazz band orchestration.
Even without this to consider, the site is now directly in a flight path for Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Performers who use acoustic 12-string guitars span a range of genres, from folk ( Arlo Guthrie, Keith Potger, John Denver, Gordon Lightfoot, Ben Woodward, Pete Seeger and Noel Paul Stookey ), through reggae ( Bob Marley ), traditional blues ( Lead Belly, Blind Willie McTell, and Guy Davis ), folk rock ( Paul Simon, Neil Young, Tim Buckley, Gerry Beckley, John Allan Cameron ) and country ( Pinmonkey's Michael Reynolds, Taylor Swift and Mike Nesmith ), to rock bands ( Mark Tremonti of Creed and Alter Bridge, Jimi Hendrix on " Hear My Train A-Comin ", Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, Richie Sambora of Bon Jovi, Carl Wilson of The Beach Boys, George Harrison, John Lennon of The Beatles, Robert Smith of The Cure, David Bowie for his " Space Oddity " live performances, Pete Townshend of The Who, Roger Hodgson ( ex-Supertramp ), who used acoustic 12-string on " Give a Little Bit ", " Even in the Quietest Moments ", " C ' est le Bon " and " Know Who You Are "; Melissa Etheridge, Tom Petty and Mike Campbell of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Greg Lake on " Lucky Man " and " Still ... You Turn Me On ", Brian May of Queen, Andy Partridge and Dave Gregory of XTC, and Nick Valensi of The Strokes ).
Although Paul still played the violin on occasion, when he did “ even Zilla was silent as the lonely man who lost his way … spun out his dark soul in music .” Even though Babbitt and Paul abandoned their former goals and ideals, Babbitt still dreams of a “ fairy child .” She is an imaginary woman, full of life and gaiety, who does not see him as a stogy old businessman, but a “ gallant youth .” He imagines various women as his fairy child, including his secretary, a manicurist, his son ’ s girlfriend Eunice Littlefield, and finally Tanis Judique.
Paul Le Flem, with his wife, Jeanne ( Even ), is the grandfather of actress Marika Green and great-grandfather of actress Eva Green by his daughter, Jeanne, who married Swedish journalist Lennart Green.
In an essay titled " The Yamin Israel Plan ", Prof. Paul Eidelberg wrote that " Even if Palestinians were made Jordanian citizens, as proposed by the otherwise meritorious Elon Plan, it is wishful thinking to believe they will live in peace with the Jews in Judea, Samaria, and Gaza ".< sup ></ sup >
Both Billington and Paul Taylor ( in The Independent ) give the production 4 out of 5 stars, while Charles Spencer, reviewing the production in The Daily Telegraph, like other critics making inevitable comparisons with the original production, rates it as " equally fine, with Michael Gambon and David Bradley rising magnificently to the benchmark set by their illustrious predecessors ," but points out that he too does not feel that he fully understands it: " Even after three decades I cannot claim fully to understand this haunting drama that proves by turns funny, scary, and resonantly poetic, but I have no doubt that it is one of the handful of indisputable modern classics that Pinter has written, and a piece that will haunt and tantalise the memory of all who see it.
Even before The Forty Days of Musa Dagh had been published in English translation, Irving Thalberg of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer ( MGM ) had secured the film rights from Werfel ’ s publisher, Paul Zsolnay Verlag and had the novel translated for the studio ’ s scriptwriters.
Even more recently, Hoglan was announced as the drummer for the reunited Bay Area Thrash metal band Forbidden's reunion tour, replacing original Forbidden drummer Paul Bostaph.
According to the Christian Arab scholar Paul of Aleppo, who in 1655 traveled through Ukraine to Moscow, “ Even villagers in Ukraine can read and write … and village priests consider it their duty to instruct orphans and not let them run in the streets as vagabonds .”
Even the strongest players sometimes meet with disaster: Paul Morphy-Charles Maurian, Springhill 1855 ( remove White ’ s queen rook ) 1. e4 e5 2. f4 exf4 3. Bc4 Qh4 + 4. Kf1 b5 5. Bd5 Nc6 6. Nf3 Qh5 7. d4 Nf6 8. Bb3 Ba6 9. Qe2 Nxd4!