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Even before his death the Liège physician seems to have confessed to a share in the circulation of and additions to the work.
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`` Even when the islands were under German mandate before World War 1,, Europeans gave Eromonga a wide berth.
Even so, Edward's ambassadors can scarcely have foreseen that five years of unremitting work lay ahead of them before peace was finally made and that when it did come the countless embassies that left England for Rome during that period had very little to do with it.
Even before he saw the necessity of growing better food and planning good nutrition, Mr. Clark felt the school had a good health program.
Even a city of thirty thousand might have six baseball teams, sponsored by grocers and hardware merchants or department stores, that played two or three times a week throughout the summer, usually in the cool of the evening, before an earnest and partisan audience who did not begrudge a quarter each, or even more, to be dropped into a hat when the game was half over.
Even before it was formally dissolved in 1912, the A.L.A.M. was succeeded by the Automobile Board of Trade, the direct lineal ancestor of the present-day Automobile Manufacturers Association.
Even before his mind had rounded out the idea, he thrust one hand into his trousers pocket and pulled out the six slugs he had taken from the revolver.
Even before Johnston arrived in Tennessee, two forts had been started to defend the Tennessee River and the Cumberland River which provided avenues into the State from the north.
Even earlier I would take my coffee at Martin's, at 54th Street – now, alas, vanished – where I would see creatures of the night life before they disappeared with the
Even before the completion of the new house, the pattern of the royal couple's life in the Highlands was soon established.
Even before the Ionian Revolt, Darius had begun to expand the Empire into Europe, subjugating Thrace, and forcing Macedon to become allied to Persia.
Even before the publication of Client-Centered Therapy in 1951, Rogers believed that the principles he was describing could be applied in a variety of contexts and not just in the therapy situation.
" Even before the absence of the AME and AMEZ churches at the January 2011 plenary, some in CUIC had noticed the lack of commitment to racial reconciliation.
Even before he was inaugurated Eisenhower accepted a request from the British government to restore the Shah to power.
Even worse, these delays occurred a couple of days before the election day and some have indicated the governments role in these delays, but couldn't provide substantial proof for their accusations.
Even before the Declaration of Boulogne, the language was remarkably stable ; only one set of lexical changes were made in the first year after publication, namely changing " when ", " then ", " never ", " sometimes ", " always " from kian, tian, nenian, ian, ĉian to kiam, tiam, neniam etc., to avoid confusion with the accusative forms of kia " what sort of ", tia " that sort of ", etc.
Even and death
Even after leaving the abbacy of Tavistock, he continued to hold two properties from the abbey until his death.
Even in his old age he displayed the same restless energy, and is said to have been contemplating a fresh attack on Carthage at the time of his death.
At Abbahu's death the mourning was so great that it was said, " Even the statues of Cæsarea shed tears " ( Mo ' ed Katan 25b ; Yer.
Even Arnold Houbraken, a noted historian of Dutch Golden Age paintings and the sole authority on Cuyp for the hundred years following his death, paints a very thin biographical picture.
Even after his death, Hayek's intellectual presence is noticeable, especially in the universities where he had taught: the London School of Economics, the University of Chicago, and the University of Freiburg.
Even more surprisingly, Venizelos ' Liberal Party lost the elections called in November 1920, and in a referendum shortly after, the Greek people voted for the return of King Constantine from exile, following the sudden death of Alexander.
* Even though Eve had Adam for a husband, she was still a virgin ... By disobeying, Eve became the cause of death for herself and for the whole human race.
Even as John Dirks took over most of the work, Rudolph Dirks signed the strip until his death in 1968.
Even twenty lashes could maim, and with the specially extended Great Knout, twenty blows could kill, with death from the Great Knout sometimes being attributed to the breaking of the spine due to the weight of the Great Knout.
Even so, his other works remained very popular after his death, with The Master Key appearing on St. Nicholas Magazines survey of readers ' favorite books well into the 1920s.
" Even we at Fox News manage to get some lefties on the air occasionally, and often let them finish their sentences before we club them to death and feed the scraps to Karl Rove and Bill O ' Reilly.
Even the often-advanced suggestion that quatrain I. 35 had successfully prophesied King Henri II's death did not actually appear in print for the first time until 1614, 55 years after the event.
Even before Scott's death was known, Amundsen had been offended by what he felt was a " sneering toast "' from RGS President Lord Curzon, at a meeting held supposedly to honour the polar victor.
Even Scott's heroism in the face of death is challenged ; Huntford sees Scott's Message to the Public as a deceitful self-justification from a man who had led his comrades to their deaths.
Even thirty years after his death " Sultan Solyman " was quoted by the English playwright William Shakespeare as a military prodigy in The Merchant of Venice ( Act 2, Scene 1 ).
Even though about 95 percent of Swedish school children know how to swim, drowning remains the third most common cause of death among children.
Even up to the moment of his death, Piggy's perspective does not shift in response to the reality of their situation.
Even after the younger William's death in 1100 and the succession of his youngest brother Henry as king, Normandy and England remained contested between the brothers until Robert's capture by Henry at the Battle of Tinchebray in 1106.
Even the most optimistic predictions of the effects of a major nuclear exchange foresee the death of many millions of victims within a very short period of time.
Even if the king was not accountable for his management of the kingdom's entries, he may have felt responsible to defend his administration on certain occasions: Arrian tells us that during the mutiny of Alexander's soldiers at Opis in 324 BC, Alexander detailed the possessions of his father at his death to prove he had not abused his charge.