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For centuries the North Atlantic nations dominated the world and as long as they did they could afford the luxury of fighting each other.
For this period, as for earlier centuries, pottery remains the most secure source ; ;
For centuries it was the location of historic festivals and open-air sports events.
For the Greeks, Apollo was all the Gods in one and through the centuries he acquired different functions which could originate from different gods.
For much of the 19th and early 20th centuries, many linguists who studied Turkic, Mongolic, and Tungusic regarded them as members of a common Ural – Altaic family, together with Finno-Ugric and Samoyedic, based on such shared features as vowel harmony and agglutination.
For centuries after the fall of the Achaemenid Empire in 331 BCE, Imperial Aramaic — or near enough for it to be recognisable — would remain an influence on the various native Iranian languages.
For many centuries following his death Alboin's heroism and his success in battle were celebrated in Saxon and Bavarian epic poetry.
For instance, the local charter of the Basque-colonized Ojacastro valley ( now in La Rioja ) allowed the inhabitants to use Basque in legal processes in the 13th and 14th centuries.
For centuries, Psovoi could not be purchased but only given as gifts from the Tsar.
For many centuries to come Basel possessed the only permanent bridge over the river " between Lake Constance and the sea ".
For the next four centuries, the Kingdom of Croatia was ruled by the Sabor ( parliament ) and a Ban ( viceroy ) appointed by the king.
For example, the word chief ( meaning the leader of any group ) comes from the Middle French chef (" head "), and its modern pronunciation preserves the Middle French consonant sound ; the word chef ( the leader of the cooks ) was borrowed from the same source centuries later, by which time the consonant had changed to a " sh "- sound in French.
For several centuries in some of the greater monasteries the two rules were observed conjointly.
For centuries, through the modern times, the majority regarded Cagots of western France and northern Spain as an inferior caste, the untouchables.
For centuries, the priestly caste had remained an unmixed social group.
For example, a continuous chain of speakers across the centuries links Vulgar Latin to all of its modern descendants.
For the first time in centuries, the lake was a homogeneous body of water.
For the upper class of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, diplomatic immunity was an easy concept to understand.
For centuries, Dominicans have been instrumental in spreading the rosary and emphasizing the Catholic belief in the power of the rosary.
For centuries Egyptians attempted to predict and take advantage of these flows and thereby moderate the severity of floods.
For centuries sweetwater artesian wells in the Fayyum Oasis have permitted extensive cultivation in an irrigated area that extends over.
For centuries, many philosophers and scientists supposed that extrasolar planets existed, but there was no way of knowing how common they were or how similar they might be to the planets of the Solar System.
For centuries it was stored in the Royal Library in Copenhagen but in 1971 it was returned to Iceland.
For centuries some Western Latin Bibles used to contain a small Epistle from Paul to the Laodiceans.
For many centuries the Enchiridion was regarded as a suitable manual of practical philosophy, maintaining its authority both with Christians and Pagans.

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For lawyers, reflecting perhaps their parochial preferences, there has been a special fascination since then in the role played by the Supreme Court in that transformation -- the manner in which its decisions altered in `` the switch in time that saved nine '', President Roosevelt's ill-starred but in effect victorious `` Court-packing plan '', the imprimatur of judicial approval that was finally placed upon social legislation.
For last-ditch emergencies SAC has alternate command posts on KC-135 jet tankers.
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 ''.
For he has the pride that comes of self-acceptance and the humility, perhaps of the same genesis, not to impose himself upon another.
For several generations much fiction has appeared dealing with the steprelationship.
For the truth formerly experienced by the community no longer has existential status in the community, nor does any answer elaborated by philosophers or theoriticians.
For the figure of Vincent Berger Malraux has obviously drawn on his studies of T. E. Lawrence ( though Berger fights on the side of the Turks instead of against them ), and like both Lawrence and Malraux himself he is a fervent admirer of Nietzsche.
For the sad truth is that while one might write well without having read Bartleby The Scrivener, one is more likely, to write well if one has `` read it, and much else.
For it is the family that, in China, has always provided social security for the indigent, the sick, the down-and-out members of the clan.
For ten years a small group of European and U.S. critics has been calling attention to the half-forgotten Austrian expressionist Egon Schiele, who died 42 years ago at the age of 28.
For something, clearly, has gone very, very seriously wrong in Soviet-Chinese relations, which were never easy, and have now deteriorated.
For it is such a distinguished place, with such fine works of art and such a big library, that there can be little doubt but that the owner has become depraved by all this culture.
For the past 40 years Congress has advocated a carefully planned, balanced and competitive railway system.
For me it has more of both elements than the majority of its competitors.
For some time this writer has been suggesting a Junior Judging Class for Intermediates over 16 and under 20 years of age who are ineligible to compete in the Junior Class.
For an example let's dream up an engine that has a final combustion chamber volume of 5 cubic inches and a cylinder volume of 45 cubic inches.
For this reason, U.S. Camera has prepared this special U.S.A. vacation feature.
For one thing, the driver usually sees less and has less fun than his passengers since it becomes pretty necessary for him to keep at least one eye on the road.
For the last two years, this frontier of the arts has produced a number of so-called `` non-dramas '' which have left indelible, bittersweet impressions on the psyche of this veteran theatregoer.
For any pencil in a plane containing a Af-fold secant of **zg has an image regulus which meets the plane of the pencil in Af lines, namely the images of the lines of the pencil which pass through the intersection of **zg and the multiple secant, plus an additional component to account for the intersections of the images of the general lines of the pencil.
For the industry of this model, the effect of such public pressures in the past has been to hold the price well below the short-run profit-maximizing price ( given the wage rate and the level of GNP ), and even below the entry-limited price ( but not below average cost ).
For critics, Hardy has had no poetic periods -- one does not speak of early Hardy or late Hardy, or of the London or Max Gate period, but simply of Hardy, as of a poetic monolith.
For example Test 3, E 1 refers to a specimen which has been washed by procedure `` 3 ( '' ( at 160-degrees-F ) for a total of 60 minutes in the machine, has been dried in a tumble dryer by procedure `` E '' and has been subjected to restorative forces on the Tension Presser by procedure `` 1 ''.

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