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Even the geographical knowledge needed in transferring the war from one part of the world to another was considerable.
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Even and geographical
Even these commonalities did not exist due to the " Celticity " of the regions, but due to other historical and geographical factors.
Even for the " Scythian monk " Joannes Maxentius, friend and companion of Dionysius, the two monks are " Scythian " by virtue of their geographical origin relative to Rome, just like Faustus of Riez is a " Gaul ".
Even as an epitome, the Ethnica is of enormous value for geographical, mythological, and religious information about ancient Greece.
Even after the initial founding years, the League went on being handicapped by the problem of geographical separation ; the managing committee itself was unable to make personal acquaintance with the majority of the BEL members.
Even though Espoon keskus is located at the approximate geographical centre of the city, it is not a major population or economic center.
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Even today, knowledge in the field advances so rapidly that many of the etymologies in contemporary dictionaries are outdated.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 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 with our imperfect knowledge of Byzantine genealogy, no less than eleven emperors may be traced among his ancestors.
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 his wit and knowledge of the world were spoiled, and his affected gaiety was touched with sadness, by the odour of falsehood which escaped through every pore of his body.
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 and needed
Even when speculators sought to encourage towns, settlers needed an agricultural belt around or sometimes within defensive walls.
Even the simplest designs avoid the vicious circle of rocket launches from the surface, the difficulty that: the fuel needed to travel the last 10 % of the distance to orbit must be lifted all the way from the surface ; that requires extra fuel ; most of the extra fuel must be lifted most of the way before it is burned ; that requires more extra fuel ; and so on.
Even before the systems were ready for use, the number of interceptor missiles needed to effectively deter an attack kept increasing.
Even if the current naval construction programme was completed on time, Raeder warned that the resulting German fleet would still be too weak to win command of the sea, and what was needed was a vast new battlefleet, even larger than Tirpitz's High Seas Fleet to defeat Britain.
Even though he and his wife Emily Shelby believe that they have a benevolent relationship with their slaves, Shelby decides to raise the needed funds by selling two of them — Uncle Tom, a middle-aged man with a wife and children, and Harry, the son of Emily Shelby ’ s maid Eliza — to a slave trader.
Even a single transputer would have all the circuitry needed to work by itself, a feature more commonly associated with microcontrollers.
Even on the tour bus, if Avery and Navarro ever needed " to retreat ", they were given the back of the tour bus at any time, no questions asked.
Even at apogee, the fuel needed to reduce inclination to zero can be significant, giving equatorial launch sites a substantial advantage over those at higher latitudes.
Even with a Labour Party government in power, however, the British continued to view the colonies as a source of raw materials that were needed to strengthen their crippled economy.
Even natural spring water – considered safe for all practical purposes in the 19th century – must now be tested before determining what kind of treatment, if any, is needed.
That operation reflected the typical attitude held by Air Guard aviators, especially A-10 pilots, who believed that when ground troops needed help, the pilots would remain as long as possible to “ lay it on the line more and expose themselves more over the target area .” Even when the Rangers were not taking enemy fire, the A-10s provided cover so the Rangers could catch a few hours of sleep.
Even if muons were absolutely stable, each muon could catalyze, on average, only about 100 d-t fusions before sticking to an alpha particle, which is only about one-fifth the number of muon catalyzed d-t fusions needed for break-even, where as much thermal energy is generated as electrical energy is consumed to produce the muons in the first place, according to Jackson's rough 1957 estimate.
Even when the lands were granted to Burton Abbey in 1004 a forester would still needed to have been employed.
Even before the Hanford Site started up the " B-Pile " ( the first of its three reactors ), Wheeler had anticipated that the accumulation of " fission product poisons " would eventually impede the ongoing nuclear chain reaction by absorbing many of the thermal neutrons that were needed to continue a chain reaction.
Even as early as June, 1947, a film writer's conference held in Potsdam produced general agreement that the " new " German film needed to disavow and avoid both subject and stylistic considerations reminiscent of those common during, and before, Nazi rule on German screens.
Even as the match ended with Geoff Hurst scoring England ’ s fourth goal, Ball was still running down the pitch in case Hurst needed assistance.
Even before the Civil War erupted, Britain, with her worldwide interests, needed to have a military policy regarding the divided United States.
Even after the revolution her emphasis was on “ the problems of youth organization and education .” In order to become educated they needed better access to books and materials.
Even with this new route, however, Clipper could never draw the numbers it needed to remain profitable.
Even within the thought-frame of classical irreversible thermodynamics, care is needed in choosing the independent variables for systems.
* Even with 16-tap anisotropic filtering, not all 16 taps are always needed because only distant highly oblique pixel fills tend to be highly anisotropic.