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Even so, the Draft Act encountered rough sledding in its progress through the Congress.
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Even so, confusion in this period gained such strength ( from compromise and other factors ) that it led to the bloodiest war of the Nineteenth century.
Even so astute a commentator as Harold Clurman of The Nation has said that `` Waiting For Godot '' is `` the concentrate of the contemporary European mood of despair ''.
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 so Fosdick, as the new Chairman of the Commission on Training Camp Activities, encountered strong and vociferous opposition.
Even so apparently impartial a critic as W. H. Frohock has taken for granted that the book was originally intended as a piece of Loyalist propaganda ; ;
Even so, it adds up to impossible odds, except that the question arises, On whose side would the Mainland Chinese army fight??
Even at this short distance they were only vague shapes, setting up the machine gun on a small knoll so that it could fire above the heads of the rest of the patrol.
Even the non-church members -- the freewheelers, marginal religionists and so on -- have the values of Christian civilization internalized in them.
Even though the bondage of his verse is not so great as the writing poet can manage, it is still great enough for him often to be seriously impeded unless he has aids to facilitate rapid composition.
Even so, he generally listened and was usually reasonable to those who voiced their objections properly.
Even so, it was still not clear to many in the enormous horde of spectators -- unquestionably the largest golf crowd ever -- that this tournament was to be, essentially, a match between Palmer and Player.
Even so, Gannett judiciously argued, the Association could legitimately decide that Parker `` should not be encouraged nor assisted in diffusing his opinions by those who differ from him in regard to their correctness ''.
Even Professor Arnold Toynbee, agreeing with his son, does so in these terms: `` Compared to continuing to incur a constant risk of the destruction of the human race, all other evils are lesser evils.
Even at a car's length I could sense that something was wrong, and so I followed her up to the turnaround in front of the house.
Even so, half of a given amount of astatine will vaporize in an hour if put on a clean glass surface at room temperature.
Even so, his ideas helped to found one of the first adult education centers in America, and provided the foundation for future generations of liberal education.
Even so, Emerson noted that Alcott's brilliant conversational ability did not translate into good writing.
Even so, the flat country and weather uncertainties made flooding much more unpredictable than in the case of the Nile ; serious deluges seem to have been a regular occurrence, requiring constant maintenance of irrigation ditches and drainage systems.
Even and Draft
Even though many of the backers of the " Draft Ken Lucas " effort were considerably more liberal than Lucas had been in Congress, they felt that Lucas had a realistic chance of putting the seat back in Democratic hands.
Even though he had one year of college eligibility remaining, Bradley left school to go to the NBA in 2001 and was selected as the 17th pick in the 1st round of the NBA Draft by the Toronto Raptors.
Even though the United States and India continued to bargain for changes to the Dunkel Draft, only minor amendments were made in the sphere of agriculture.
Even and Act
Even during this time, however, playlets known as drolls were often performed illegally, including one called The Grave-Makers based on Act 5, Scene 1 of Hamlet.
Even so, the patriation was achieved ; the Constitution Act, 1982 was proclaimed by Queen Elizabeth on April 17, 1982.
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 in daily, physical action, the flourishing human ’ s “… Act is determined by the higher phase of the Soul .” ( Enneads III. 4. 6 ) Even in the most dramatic arguments Plotinus considers ( if the Proficient is subject to extreme physical torture, for example ), he concludes this only strengthens his claim of true happiness being metaphysical, as the truly happy human being would understand that which is being tortured is merely a body, not the conscious self, and happiness could persist.
Even so, in 1900, Congress passed the Gold Standard Act, formally placing the United States on that standard.
Even though the first US copyright laws did not include musical compositions, they were added as part of the Copyright Act of 1831.
Even when Medical Act 1858 was introduced, which stated that medical students could qualify as doctors, midwifery was entirely ignored.
Even later, Kid Cann was prosecuted and convicted of offering a $ 25, 000 bribe to a juror at his trial under the Mann Act.
Even if a court heard a case regarding whether the Presidential Succession Act of 1947 is unconstitutional, a court may decide not to rule on the merits of such a case.
Even so, the Chinese Immigration Act, 1923, prevented the Poys ' immediate entry into the country until the Department of External Affairs intervened and cited an unfilled quota in the prisoner of war exchange programme with the Japanese Imperial Forces that would permit the Poy family free passage into Canada.
Even a line from 3 Henry VI is used in Act 3, Scene 1 (" If our King Henry had shook hands with death " ( 1. 4. 103 )), all of which seems to suggest that, as is so often the case in the bad quartos, the reporter was filling in blanks ( i. e. passages he couldn't remember ) with extracts from other plays.
Even though the Constitutionality of separate but equal education had been overturned, it would be almost ten more years before the Civil Rights Act of 1964 would extinguish the application of separate but equal in all areas of public accommodations such as transportation and hotels.
Even those statutes intended to protect the owners of property at the time of the extension of the United States ' borders, such as the 1851 California Land Act, had the effect of dispossessing Californio owners ruined by the cost of maintaining litigation over land titles for years.
Even when acting within its legislative competence, the Act further constrains the powers of the Parliament by inhibiting it from acting in a manner incompatible with the European Convention on Human Rights or European Community law.
Even some of the best friends of America in Parliament at first approved the Act as moderate and reasonable, as the town could end the punishment at any moment by paying for legitimate merchandise destroyed by riot and allowing law and order to have their course.
Even before statehood he was writing legislation ( sponsored by other congressional representatives ), such as the Alaska Mental Health Enabling Act of 1956.
Even more importantly, by passing in late 1898, Section 21 of the Dominion Military Act, the Canadian Government exempted the Doukhobors from military service.
If the youth is denied legal aid for any reason, the court can order that counsel be given to the youth-in order to comply with the right to counsel If at any point the parents interests and the youths interests are in conflict, the presiding judge may also order counsel be obtain for the youth Even though right to counsel is guaranteed by the Youth Criminal Justice Act, studies have shown that youth tend to not take advantage of counsel-leading many to question the validity and authenticity of Section 25 ( 1 )
Even with the strict limitations placed on Chinese immigration with the Chinese Immigration Act of 1885, the first Toronto Chinatown took shape into the early 1900s as hundreds of Chinese men settled close to Union Station after helping to build the Canadian Pacific Railway across Canada.
Even though it is funded via the annual Budget Act, the Council enjoys full independence from all three branches of government.
Even such popular sites as Chrome Hill and Parkhouse Hill in the Peak District – although of very little economic interest to the owner – had been out of access to the public, until the enactment of the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000.
Even though Clause 81 of the Scotland Act 1998 equalised the English and Scottish electoral quota, and thereby reduced the number of Scottish members in the House of Commons to 59, these can still have an important influence on the passage of legislation affecting England through the Parliament.