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From this being come new movement ideas that utilize dancer and property as a single unit.
From being a hated tyrant and madman he was now the symbol of all that was noblest and best in the history of Sweden.
From the point of view of the applicants, less time was wasted in being evaluated -- and they got a meal out of it as well as some insights into their performances.
From the luggage, they learned that the two air pirates, far from being Cubans, were native Americans, subsequently identified as Leon Bearden, 50-year-old ex-convict from Coolidge, Ariz., and his son, Cody, 16, a high-school junior.
From 1850 onwards he became well known as a critic and essay-writer, and in 1860 he began working on his magnum opus, his History of Music, which was published at intervals from 1862 in five volumes, the last two ( 1878, 1882 ) being edited and completed by Otto Kade and Wilhelm Langhans.
From about 1697 onwards ( La caduta del Decemviri ), influenced partly perhaps by the style of Giovanni Bononcini and probably more by the taste of the viceregal court, his opera arias become more conventional and commonplace in rhythm, while his scoring is hasty and crude, yet not without brilliance ( L ' Eraclea, 1700 ), the oboes and trumpets being frequently used, and the violins often playing in unison.
From the mid-1930s on, National Socialist ideologues attacked the anthroposophical world-view as being opposed to Nazi racist and nationalistic principles ; anthroposophy considered " Blood, Race and Folk " as primitive instincts that must be overcome.
From him it has descended continuously, through fifteen individuals, the title being increased to an Earldom in 1784 ; and in 1876 William Nevill 5th Earl ( b. 1826 ), ( d. 1915 ) an indefatigable and powerful supporter of the Tory Party, was created 1st Marquess of Abergavenny.
From a bibliographical point of view some of the early printed Breviaries are among the rarest of literary curiosities, being merely local.
From a Memorandum of 20 October 1963 by Major Raúl Castro, it can be seen that great importance was attached to the decent behaviour of the troops, with strict instructions being given on their proper conduct during foreign interventions.
From the 19th century, up to the end of the 20th century, most of Central Asia has been part of the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union, both being Slavic majority countries.
From the late 1960s until the mid-1970s, MI5 designated CND as subversive by virtue of its being " communist controlled ".
From 1400 to 1700, group litigation gradually switched from being the norm in England to the exception.
From 1851 or earlier another type of clipper ship was also being built in American shipyards, the medium clipper.
From within this literary environment emerged many stories and novels about private detectives, also known as private investigators, PIs and " private eyes " (" eye " being the vocalization of " I " for " investigator ").
From this material context men and women develop certain ideas about their world, thereby leading to the core materialist conception that social being determines social consciousness.
From a classical perspective, the electromagnetic field can be regarded as a smooth, continuous field, propagated in a wavelike manner ; whereas from the perspective of quantum field theory, the field is seen as quantized, being composed of individual particles.
From the Eastern Orthodox perspective, a council is accepted as being ecumenical if it is accepted by the Eastern Orthodox church at large – clergy, monks and assembly of believers.
From the 2008 – 09 season to the 2011 – 12 season, England's home qualifiers and friendlies both home and away are being shown live on ITV.
Lay responses to ELIZA were disturbing to Weizenbaum and motivated him to write his book Computer Power and Human Reason: From Judgment to Calculation, in which he explains the limits of computers, as he wants to make clear in people's minds his opinion that the anthropomorphic views of computers are just a reduction of the human being and any life form for that matter.
From 1419, he fought alongside his father, soon gaining fame for being able to bend metal bars with his bare hands.
From being a timid, fearful young boy
From that time, Galenism took on a new, unquestioned authority, Galen even being referred to as the " Medical Pope of the Middle Ages ".
From these two axioms, it follows that for every g in G, the function which maps x in X to g · x is a bijective map from X to X ( its inverse being the function which maps x to g < sup >− 1 </ sup >· x ).

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From Irving Stowe, Jim Bohlen learned of a form of passive resistance, " bearing witness ", where objectionable activity is protested simply by mere presence.
From this point on began what historians refer to as " The Misery of Austria ", in which Austria served as a mere vassal to the superior Germany, a relationship that was to shape history up to the two World Wars.
From the beginning of times, W had in Swedish been considered as a mere decoration of V. In Swedish typography, blackletter ( fraktur ) used W where antiqua used V. With orthographic standardization and spelling reform, W was abandoned except for some family names and a few loan words such as whisky, whist, wienerbröd and wobbler ( also spelled visky and vobbler ).
Writing in " Eine Mitteilung an meine Freunde " (" A Communication to my Friends ") in 1851, Wagner claimed that Der fliegende Holländer represented a new start for him: " From here begins my career as poet, and my farewell to the mere concoctor of opera-texts.
Opening to rave reviews, From Here to Eternity proved to be an instant hit with critics and the public alike, the Southern California Motion Picture Council extolling: " A motion picture so great in its starkly realistic and appealing drama that mere words cannot justly describe it.
From the 18th through to the 20th century ( particularly after World War 2 ) any attempt to address the special problem of the social rights of women and their specific characteristics has been seen as a mere by-product of a spiritual or psychic shock or the result of a revolutionary crisis in centers of learning or as a response to political currents and international movements.
From its very beginning the GAA was considered to be no mere sporting organisation, with T. E.
From the erection of his first church at Ellerker, in Yorkshire, in 1843, to that of St Peter's, Vauxhall, in 1864, his buildings are geometrical in manner and exhibit a close adherence to precedent, but elegance of proportion and refinement of detail lift them out of the commonplace of mere imitation.
Glazer's most recent book is the 2007 publication From a Cause to a Style: Modernist Architecture ’ s Encounter With the American City, an essay collection " that traces the diminishment of Modernist architecture from a social revolution — which asserted that traditional architecture ' had come to an end ' — down to a mere style, and one almost universally resented outside the profession.
From its modest beginnings – HGO's inaugural season featured a mere two performances of two operas, Salome and Madame Butterfly HGO has grown into a company of international stature that presents six to eight productions per season.
From a mere promise given by a colonial power in time of war, Israel was able to carve for itself a precious part of our homeland, continually threatening and trying to intimidate our people with murderous attacks across the armistice lines which the Arab countries have not crossed once since 1949 but which the Israelis have crossed with their armies twelve times.
From this differentiation it follows that a mere obligatory sales contract does not transfer ownership, if and until the contract on actual delivery of the contract is not formed ; conversely, the transfer of property following an invalid obligatory contract may give rise to an obligation of the transferee to restitute the property ( compare unjust enrichment ), but until the property is retransferred, again by a separate contract on actual delivery, the property of the transferee is not affected.
From this point of view, the artist is considered a mere intermediary.
From 1875 on the provinces were bodies combining regional home rule through representatives delegated from each rural and urban county (), forming the provincial diet ( with a 6 year term ), which elected from its midst a head of this self-administration, the Landesdirektor ( with a 6 to 12 year term ), and a provincial government (, provincial committee ) as well as part of the superordinated overall Prussian royal administration, supervising-on a provincial range-the self-governing municipalities and counties as well as each governorate (, mere supervising bodies of the Prussian government ).
From the beginning the military establishment rightly understood that the breakup of the all-black unit would in a closed society necessarily mean more than mere desegregation.
From this generation emerged a new breed of human, one with the ability to influence objects and other people with the mere power of their minds.
From being a mere stop-over, Palapye is rapidly developing to one of Botswana's main financial, residential and educational hubs.
From the atomistic standpoint, the individuals who make up a society are interchangeable like molecules in a bucket of water -- society a mere aggregate of individuals.
From the Right, Otto Pflanze claimed that Wehler's use of such terms as " Bonapartism ", " social imperialism ", " negative integration " and Sammlungspolitik (" the politics of rallying together ") has gone beyond mere heuristic devices and instead become a form of historical fiction.
* From the fact that logos is Greek for " word ", Stuart Chase concluded in his book The Tyranny of Words that logic was mere manipulation of words.
From the sparse pictorial evidence we have of the republican Roman army, it seems that in Italy the Corinthian helmet evolved into a jockey-cap style helmet called the Italo-Corinthian, Etrusco-Corinthian or Apulo-Corinthian helmet, with the characteristic nose guard and eye slits becoming mere decorations on its face.
From 1865 to 1898, a big number of form workers in the Dinalupihan Estate were arrested, severely punished and oftentimes killed by Spanish authorities on mere suspicious of stealing agricultural products from the Hacienda owned by the archbishop of Manila.
From the hypothesis of an external world a series of contradictions are deduced, such as that the world is both finite and infinite, is movable and immovable, & c .; and finally, Aristotle and various other philosophers are quoted, to show that the external matter they dealt with, as mere potentiality, is just nothing at all.
From a technical point of view, MoSoSo applications are very connected to the concept of Mobile Internet and the emphasis is more on data sharing than mere communication.

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