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Even and wit
Even during its decline, Sparta never forgot its claims on being the " defender of Hellenism " and its Laconic wit.
Even a splash of high heroic drama might be thrown in to enrich the comedy mix, as in George Etherege's Love in a Tub ( 1664 ), which has one heroic verse " conflict between love and friendship " plot, one urbane wit comedy plot, and one burlesque pantsing plot.
His wit and epigrams are well-known, one example being " Even reviewers read a Preface ," another being " History repeats itself.
Even though he lost his powerful magic, Malcolm decides to use his malicious wit and cunning to go through with his revenge.
Even in these first shows, critics were remarking on the " wit, whimsy, and lively inventiveness " of his performance with his marionettes, and were very impressed with the skill and craftsmanship with which his puppets had been created.

Even and knowledge
Even the knowledge that she was losing another boy, as a mother always does when a marriage is made, did not prevent her from having the first carefree, dreamless sleep that she had known since they dropped down the canyon and into Bear Valley, way, way back there when they were crossing those other mountains.
Even then, as you go into the house oppressed by the knowledge that something is cooking and that your house has passed under this unaccountable, official control, could you go on forgetting that you still had that ridiculous hat on your head and you were still carrying that childish horn in your hand??
Even though slaves outnumbered the Portuguese colonists, the lack of weapons, the colonial law, the disagreement between slaves coming from different African cultures and their complete lack of knowledge about the land and its surroundings would usually discourage the idea of a rebellion.
Even though Eva Sapir was an important influence, Sapir received his lust for knowledge and interest in scholarship, aesthetics and music from his father.
Even today, knowledge in the field advances so rapidly that many of the etymologies in contemporary dictionaries are outdated.
Even though in general, ordinary relations between directors and shareholders in a business corporation are not of such a fiduciary nature as to make it the duty of a director to disclose to a shareholder the general knowledge which he may possess regarding the value of the shares of the company before he purchases any from a shareholder, yet there are cases where, by reason of the special facts, such duty exists.
# Even if something can be known about it, knowledge about it can't be communicated to others.
Even in the field of science, the practices of which were once viewed as being merely the objective testing and reporting of knowledge, scientists must persuade their audience to accept their findings by sufficiently demonstrating that their study or experiment was conducted reliably and resulted in sufficient evidence to support their conclusions.
Even the geographical knowledge needed in transferring the war from one part of the world to another was considerable.
Even as a child he gained knowledge of two foreign languages.
Even with our imperfect knowledge of Byzantine genealogy, no less than eleven emperors may be traced among his ancestors.
# Even if something could be known about it, knowledge about it can't be communicated to others.
Even if it is far more probable that Jordanes just introduced his own philosophical knowledge in the text, a lot of modern Romanian authors considers that Deceneus is a priest who reforms the Getae cult, changing Zalmoxis ' cult into a popular religion and imposing strict religious rules such as the restriction of wine consumption.
Even the astronomer Yi Xing's isn't comparable to his value ( who was beginning to utilize foreign knowledge ).
Even now Cumberland was still unsure of the situation facing him, " I cannot come at any certain knowledge of the enemy's numbers, but I have concurring information that the body on this side the Schelde does not exceed 31 battalions and 32 squadrons.
Even in the oldest times the chief qualifications demanded of the hazzan, in addition to knowledge of Biblical and liturgical literature as well as the prayer motifs ( known as " steiger "), were a pleasant voice and an artistic delivery ; for the sake of these, many faults were willingly overlooked.
Even at the height of the Cold War, Francis ' music was well received in Iron Curtain countries, and some of her recordings were made available on state-owned record labels such as Melodiya in the former Soviet Union and on Jugoton in former Yugoslavia, although it was common knowledge that rock n ' roll was highly looked down upon in Eastern bloc countries.
Even here Xenocrates's preference for symbolic modes of sensualising or denoting appears: he connected the above three stages of knowledge with the three Fates: Atropos, Clotho, and Lachesis.
Even the " reading knowledge " required for a PhD degree is comparable only to what second-year language students read and only very few researchers who are native English speakers can read and assess information written in languages other than English.
Even with this knowledge, Riley initially refused medical treatment from the government out of paranoia, though Buffy eventually convinced him to do so.
Even so, it is possible for scraps of knowledge or experiences gained from their time with the Great Race to remain in dreams.
Even though human knowledge seems to abstract various properties or parts of God, such extrapolations are merely existent in human conceptions of God.
Even in his book Meditations on the Peaks: Mountain Climbing as Metaphor for the Spiritual Quest Evola discussed mountaineering as a possible approach or support on the way of initiatic ascesis in which heroic action is combined with specialized knowledge and training culminating in an initiation — the climbing of the mountain.
Even though photography has such effect, there are limits to photographic knowledge of the world.

Even and world
Even when they are finished, however, the contrast will remain, for Istanbul is the only city in the world that is built upon two continents.
Even if it did not, how would this little world of gentle people cope with its new reality of grenades and submachine guns??
Even if that's all the promise he ever gave or ever will give, the giving of it once was enough and you believed it then and you will always believe it, even when it is finally the only thing in the world you have left to believe, and the whole world is telling you that one was a lie.
Even though one actor may have years of training, they always strive for more lessons ; the cinematic and theatrical world is always changing and because of this, the actor must stay as up to date as possible.
Even though causality applies to the known world, it does not necessarily apply to the universe at large.
Even small caldera-forming eruptions, such as Krakatoa in 1883 or Mount Pinatubo in 1991, may result in significant local destruction and a noticeable drop in temperature around the world.
Even in less-developed parts of the world, communications satellites are used largely for point-to-multipoint applications, such as video.
Even older rocks, such as the Acasta gneiss of the Slave craton in northwestern Canada, the oldest known rock in the world have been metamorphosed to the point where their origin is undiscernable without laboratory analysis.
Even though the Gregorian calendar is in common and legal use, lunar calendars serve to determine traditional holidays in parts of the world such as India, China, Korea, Japan, Vietnam and Nepal.
" Even though Miyazaki sometimes feels pessimistic about the world, he prefers to show children a positive world view instead, and rejects simplistic stereotypes of good and evil
Even the tools and technologies that are widespread in the natural world represent important sources of synergistic effects.
Even as late as 1970, the British Protectorate did not envisage independence for Solomon Islands in the foreseeable future but shortly thereafter, the financial costs of supporting the Protectorate became more trying, as the world economy was hit by the first oil price shock of 1973.
Even if the origin of humanity and the world are explained in vodun mythology, it is not a centered question of the faith.
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 after tourism began in the later 19th Century, Bermuda remained, in the eyes of London, a base more than a colony, and this led to a change in the political dynamics within Bermuda as its political and economic ties to Britain were strengthened, and its independence on the world stage was diminished.
According to Robert Irwin, " Even today, with the exception of certain writers and academics, the Nights is regarded with disdain in the Arabic world.
Even in Spain, which has the highest organ donation rate in the world, there are only 35. 1 actual donors per million people, and there are hundreds of patients on the waiting list.
Even machines that operate as a closed system ( i. e., with no contact to the outside world ) can be eavesdropped upon via monitoring the faint electro-magnetic transmissions generated by the hardware such as TEMPEST.
Even very young children perform rudimentary experiments in order to learn about the world.
Even then, " her care for mankind continues and the world can rejoice in the warmth of her daughter Proserpina: in Imperial flesh, Proserpina is Faustina the Younger ", empress-wife of Pius ' successor Marcus Aurelius.
Even if the fictional universe involves concepts such as magic that don't exist in the real world, these must adhere to a set of rules established by the author.
Even in the ancient world, confusion surrounded this deity, as evidenced by the multiple and unstable forms of his name.

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