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Even and after
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 after the fall of the Roman state, the alphabet survived in intellectual and religious works.
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 allowing a hit, Young's scoreless streak reached a then-record 45 shutout innings.
Even after the French Revolution, a closed system of social stratification continued through the 19th century.
Even after his death, other MILPAS bands sprouted during 1980 – 1981.
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 focusing
Even though Stowe's novel differs from other sentimental novels by focusing on a large theme like slavery and by having a man as the main character, she still set out to elicit certain strong feelings from her readers.
Even though they are exerting a normal amount of accommodative or ' focusing ' effort, the amount of convergence associated with this effort is excessive, thus giving rise to esotropia.
Even songs are made focusing on specific shoe brands.
Even some political consultants allege that too many consultants put their financial interests ahead of the campaigns they are hired to serve, taking on too many clients and focusing too much energy on building their reputations.
Even when Latin American countries fell like dominoes into an abyss of successive devaluations, banking crises and deep recessions, much of the blame was placed on poor domestic policies and high real interest rates in the United States, with little attention focusing on the possibility that financial crises could be spreading and contagious.

Even and primarily
Even the states remain primarily in an assisting role, providing leadership and teacher training.
Even the government functions primarily as a puppet state of the network executives, serving mainly to pass laws — such as banning off switches on televisions — that protect and consolidate the networks ' power.
Even so, postmodern music still does not primarily define itself in opposition to modernist music ; this label is applied instead by critics and theorists.
Even in a legal context, where one would expect to find verifiable references to Robert, he is primarily a symbol, a generalised outlaw-figure rather than an individual.
Even the gods and heroes were primarily depicted barefoot, and the hoplite warriors fought battles in bare feet and Alexander the Great conquered his vast empire with barefoot armies.
Even the Gods and heroes were primarily depicted barefoot, and the hoplite warriors fought battles in bare feet and Alexander the Great conquered half of the ancient world with barefoot armies.
Even at that young age, Hymes had a reputation as a strong linguist ; his dissertation, completed in one year, was a grammar of the Kathlamet language spoken near the mouth of the Columbia and known primarily from Franz Boas ’ s work at the end of the 19th century.
Even though the church has linked it to the day of St John the Baptist, it is primarily celebrated outside of church.
Even though the population of South Africa has increased in the past decade ( primarily due to immigration ), the country had an annual population growth rate of − 0. 051 % in 2010 ( CIA est.
Gobineau's basic concept, as further refined and developed in Nazism, places the black Aboriginal Australians and " African savages " at the bottom of the hierarchy, while the white Northern and Western European Aryans ( consisting of Germans, Finnish, Swedish, Icelanders, Norwegians, Danish, British, French, Northern Italians, Irish and Dutch ) were at the top ; white olive-skinned Southern Europeans ( consisting of the Spanish, Southern Italians, Greeks and Portuguese, i. e. those of what is called the Mediterranean race, which was regarded as another subrace of the Caucasian race ) in the upper middle ranks ; Slavs ( Even though the Slavs are white and of Indo-European ancestry, the Nazis placed them lower on the scale because they were regarded as primarily of the Alpine race rather than the Nordic race, and thus fit only to be peasants.
Even at that early date Heemstede had already gained the reputation it has today, of being primarily a " bedroom community " for the cities of Haarlem and Amsterdam.
Even stronger than finitism is ultrafinitism ( also known as ultraintuitionism ), associated primarily with Alexander Esenin-Volpin.
Even when restricting levy system to devices that primarily play music, this itself creates loopholes that prevents collecting levies from cellphones, PDAs, and other all-in-one portable electronic devices.
Even after thousands of years, this area is largely devoid of plants due to excessive porosity ( meaning water drains through quickly ) and poor soil composed primarily of regolith.
Even though Ad Marciam is not primarily about Cordus, Seneca articulates that the works of Cordus have been re-published.
Even when precise boundaries can be defined in some cases, based primarily on antenna type and antenna size, experts may differ in their use of nomenclature to describe the regions.
Even before civil aviation operations could commence at the new site, the onset of World War II saw the facility being redesigned for military purposes as a temporary base for the Royal Australian Air Force and United States Navy, known as " RAAF Station Guildford ", primarily to supplement RAAF Base Pearce.
Even as the SU-122 was being mass-produced, its design was being refined primarily with an eye to reduce cost.
Even for separate devices intended primarily for motion video, this segment has followed an evolutionary path driven by relentless miniaturization and cost reduction, made possible by progress in design and manufacturing.
Even in countries relying primarily on market force to set wage rates, studies show that there are still differences in remuneration for work based on sex and race.
" Even the Klan has been seen in a new light, as numerous social historians reported that Klansmen were " ordinary white Protestants " primarily interested in purification of the system, which had long been a core progressive goal.
Even though it is no longer owned by the Brethren in Christ Church, Messiah continues to be influenced by its traditions primarily in the Anabaptist, but also the Pietist and Wesleyan holiness movements.
Even though traditional lecture-based teaching is at odds with the primarily self-guiding PBL approach, it has become customary in many programmes at Maastricht to include at least some lectures in courses to supplement the tutorial-based structure.
Even though he is primarily known as only a criminal lawyer, he has appeared in many high profile cases.

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