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From his first bout with the canny Woodruff, Pike had learned that it was better not to attack him directly, so, harping on the theme that the cost of printing was too high, he condemned the governor for permitting such a state of affairs to exist.
From the preceding remarks, it is clear that such a bundle is transformed into itself in an involutorial fashion.
From such communal roles the realtor finds the substance that shapes his moral understanding.
From the start, it was clear that bipartisan support would be essential to success in the war effort, and any manner of compromise alienated factions on both sides of the aisle, such as the appointment of Republicans and Democrats to command positions in the Union Army.
From such uncertainties, that characterize ongoing work, stems the unavailability of a definition of algorithm that suits both concrete ( in some sense ) and abstract usage of the term.
From the 9th century BC, Luwian regions coalesced into a number of states such as Lydia, Caria and Lycia, all of which had Hellenic influence.
From 1901 forward, public attention was turned from the shrewd business acumen which had enabled Carnegie to accumulate such a fortune, to the public-spirited way in which he devoted himself to utilizing it on philanthropic projects.
From the unexpected realism of his first major figure — inspired by his 1875 trip to Italy — to the unconventional memorials whose commissions he later sought, Rodin's reputation grew, such that he became the preeminent French sculptor of his time.
From the 4th century Christianization of the Roman Empire onwards such shrines, or the framework enclosing them, are often called by the Biblical term tabernacle, which becomes extended to any elaborated framework for a niche, window or picture.
From his associations in the house of his uncle, and later as his uncle's disciple and as a member of the academy at Sepphoris, Rav acquired such an extraordinary knowledge of traditional lore as to make him its foremost exponent in his native land.
From the land they could only meet a few needs, such as stone for weapons, tools, stoves or lamps and grass for their woven baskets.
From Roy Ayers in the 1970s to Randy Weston in the 1990s, there have been collaborations which have resulted in albums such as Africa: Centre of the World by Roy Ayers, released on the Polydore label in 1981.
Hollywood films such as From This Day Forward ( 1946 ), set in Highbridge, occasionally delved into Bronx life.
From the first scribe's edits, emenders such as Klaeber were forced to alter words for the sake of the poem.
" Ash " Williams in Sam Raimi's Evil Dead series of films and he has starred in many low-budget cult films such as Crimewave, Maniac Cop, Bubba Ho-tep, Escape From L. A. and Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat.
From such references, and from others of a like nature, Quesnel gathers that by the word Breviarium was at first designated a book furnishing the rubrics, a sort of Ordo.
From 1999 there has been a ban in the UK for using UK blood to manufacture fractional products such as albumin.
From early 20th century Shanghainese, many English words are borrowed, such as 高尔夫 / 高爾夫 gāoěrfū " golf " and the above-mentioned 沙发 / 沙發 shāfā " sofa ".
From the point of view of State-centric law, extraordinary procedures ( usually international courts ) may prosecute such crimes.
From the earliest times knights and mounted men-at-arms had frequently dismounted to handle enemies they could not overcome on horseback, such as in the Battle of the Dyle ( 891 ) and the Battle of Bremule ( 1119 ), but after 1350s this trend became more marked with the dismounted men-at-arms fighting as super-heavy infantry with two-handed swords and poleaxes.
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From his religious training, Mather viewed the importance of texts for elaborating meaning and for bridging different moments of history — linking, for instance, the Biblical stories of Noah and Abraham with the arrival of such eminent leaders as John Eliot ; John Winthrop ; and his own father, Increase Mather.
From then on Stalin was the undisputed leader of the Soviet Union, and other leading officials, such as Bukharin, Tomsky, and Rykov were considerably weakened.
From the day of the arguably ill-prepared independence of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the tensions between the powerful leaders of the political elite, such as Joseph Kasa Vubu, Patrice Lumumba, Moise Tshombe, Joseph Mobutu and others, jeopardize the political stability of the new state.

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< imagemap > File: 1940s decade montage. png | Above title bar: events during World War II ( 1939 – 1945 ): From left to right: Troops in an LCVP landing craft approaching " Omaha " Beach on " D-Day "; Adolf Hitler visits Paris, soon after the Battle of France ; The Holocaust occurred during the war as Nazi Germany carried out a programme of systematic state-sponsored genocide, during which approximately six million European Jews were killed ; The Japanese attack on the American naval base of Pearl Harbor launches the United States into the war ; An Observer Corps spotter scans the skies of London during the Battle of Britain ; The atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki are the first uses of nuclear weapons, killing over a quarter million people and leading to the Japanese surrender ; Japanese Foreign Minister Mamoru Shigemitsu signs the Instrument of Surrender on behalf of the Japanese Government, on board USS Missouri, effectively ending the war.
From that position, they could actually see the roofs of the city of Verdun and the spire of its cathedral but, being decimated by hand grenades and by a 75 mm artillery barrage, they had to retreat to their starting lines or chose to surrender.
From then on, all dissolutions that were not a consequence of convictions for treason, were legally " voluntary "-a principle that was taken a stage further with the voluntary surrender of Lewes priory in November 1537, when for the first time the monks were offered life pensions if they co-operated, and were not accorded the option of transfer to another house.
From the insurgents ' point of view, the United States had tried to stop them from purchasing weapons, denied the rebels access to international telegraph traffic, spied on the insurgent troops, and refused to surrender war criminals.
From a loose and wise-cracking B-girl she moves onto levels of cold disdain and then plunges down to depths of terror and bleak surrender as she reaches the end.
The 1960 movie From Hell To Eternity shows the true-life story of chicano American GI Guy Gabaldon's role in convincing 800 Japanese soldiers to surrender during the WW 2 Battle of Saipan.
From September 2, 1944 to December 6, 1948, Ryder was Commanding General, IX Corps, preparing for the invasion of Japan, and — after the surrender of Japan — serving in the
From a lavish tent erected for him at Tus, Hulegu summoned the Ismaili governor at Quhistan, Nasir al-Din Muhtasham and demanded the surrender of all fortresses in his province.
From his military headquarters, al-Bakr contacted Abdul Rahman Arif, the President, and offered him surrender.
The Mahurehure leaders under police guard after their surrender ( From left to right — Romana te Paehangi, Hone Mete, Hone Toia ( standing ), Wiremu Makara, and Rekini Pehi.
From the red flag it seems that individual pirates began to develop their own personal flags in order to terrify their foes into a quick surrender.
From 1549-50 Montmorency led the war in the Boulonnais, negotiating the treaty for the surrender of Boulogne on 24 March 1550.
From the Japanese occupation of Taiyuan to the Japanese surrender in 1945, the Japanese continued to develop Taiyuan's industries and resources.
From the crest of the spur, the Gloucestershire squadron shot down the horse teams of an Austrian, German or Ottoman battery of pack guns concentrated in the hollow behind the spur, and the attacking force began to surrender.
From there, he acquiesced and unopposedly signed a letter of surrender.
From the sky, planes scattered fliers to persuade the troops to surrender.
From the establishment of the Kingdom of Ireland in 1542 the Lords included a large number of new Gaelic and Norman lords under the policy of surrender and regrant.
From 1941 through 1945, the Marines trained 204, 509 recruits here and at the time of the Japanese surrender, the Depot contained more than 20, 000 recruits.
From his base in Pembrokeshire he was a mainstay of the English campaigns against Llywelyn ap Gruffudd and later Dafydd ap Gruffudd ; in the war of 1282 – 3 that led to the conquest of Wales he negotiated the surrender of one of Dafydd's last remaining castles, Castell-y-Bere, with its custodian, Cynfrig ap Madog.
From there, they order the plane flown to Reykjavik, Iceland, and finally to Paris, France, where they release their remaining hostages and surrender.
From 18 October 1943 until the surrender of the Japanese at the end of the war, Kelantan, Terengganu, Kedah and Perlis were under Thai administration.
In his book, Retreat From Victory ,” Middleton provided a revelation, which Churchill had made to him years later: I was startled by the announcement unconditional surrender.
From February to mid-September 1954, the largest anti-Huk operation, " Operation Thunder-Lightning " was conducted and resulted in the surrender of Luis Taruc on May 17.
From there, the division pushed allied forces from the ports in the Flanders region, before engaged in mopping-up operations in western areas of France after the French surrender.

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