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From and beginning
From the beginning of his career, Patchen has adopted an anti-intellectual approach to poetry.
From the beginning of commercial recording, new discs purported to be indistinguishable from The Real Thing have regularly been put in circulation.
From the very beginning the electoral discussions raised fundamental issues in Moroccan politics, precisely the type of questions that were most difficult to resolve in the new government.
`` From its beginning '', the trustees' statement said Friday, `` Emory University has assumed as its primary commitment a dedication to excellence in Christian higher learning.
From this earth, then, while it was still virgin God took dust and fashioned the man, the beginning of humanity ''.
From an analysis of relationships and diversities within the Asterales and with their superorders, estimates of the age of the beginning of the Asterales have been made, which range from 116 Mya to 82Mya.
From the beginning, Colangelo wanted to market the Diamondbacks to a statewide fan base and not limit fan appeal to Phoenix and its suburbs.
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From being a mere village in an agricultural district at the beginning of the 19th century, the place grew rapidly in population owing to the abundance of coal and iron ore, and the population of the whole parish, 1, 486 in 1801, increased tenfold during the first half of the 19th century.
" From beginning to end, Capp was acid-tongued toward the targets of his wit, intolerant of hypocrisy, and always wickedly funny.
From the beginning of each playing period with a stroke-off ( a set strike from the centre-spot by one team ) until the end of the playing period, the ball is in play at all times, except when either the ball leaves the field of play, or play is stopped by the referee.
From the very beginning Mayotte refused to join the new republic and aligned itself even more firmly to the French Republic, but the other islands remained committed to independence.
From the beginning they have been the largest vote-winning party, averaging around 40 %.
From the beginning of civilization to the 20th century, ownership of heavy cavalry horses has been a mark of wealth amongst settled peoples.
From the very beginning, the Soviet's operation entailed elaborate denial and deception, known in the USSR as Maskirovka.
From the beginning of Communist rule in 1949, until the 1980s, when China was in the early years of economic reform, the focus was largely on peasant life, as interpreted via the officially sanctioned Marxist theory of class struggle.
From the very beginning of mapmaking, maps " have been made for some particular purpose or set of purposes ".
From 1839, larger American clipper ships started to be built beginning with the Akbar, 650 tons OM, in 1839, and including the 1844-built Houqua, 581 tons OM.
From the beginning, the CIA was in charge.
From the beginning of the movement, the free exchange of ideas among the people was fostered by the journals published by its leaders.
From the beginning of the 2008 – 09 season to New Year's Day, the Wings enjoyed success.
From the beginning the Emperor had refused to accept the will of Charles II, and he did not wait for England and the Dutch Republic to begin hostilities.
From the beginning to the end of his career at the New Yorker, he frequently provided what the magazine calls " Newsbreaks " ( short, witty comments on oddly worded printed items from many sources ) under various categories such as " Block That Metaphor.
From flamenco's beginning in the 18th century most performers were professional.
From 60, 000-80, 000 Russian soldiers remained stationed in Finland at the beginning of 1918, but the majority of them were demoralized and unwilling to fight, and were withdrawn from Finland by the end of March.

From and 17th
From the 17th century onward, the island of Abadan was part of the lands of the Arab Ka ' ab ( Bani Kaab ) tribe.
From the late 17th to the early 20th century Western aesthetics underwent a slow revolution into what is often called modernism.
From the 17th century onwards, " scandalous memoirs " by supposed libertines, serving a public taste for titillation, have been frequently published.
From the late 17th century onwards a whole body of literature known as the Han Kitab developed amongst the Hui Muslims of China who infused Islamic thought with Confucianism.
From the 3rd century to the 17th century, India was shipping steel ingots to the Middle East for use in Damascus steel.
From 1954 to 1990, the 17th of June was an official holiday in West Germany to commemorate the Uprising of 1953 in East Germany, even with the name " Day of the German Unity ".
From the early 17th century, the play was famous for its ghost and vivid dramatisation of melancholy and insanity, leading to a procession of mad courtiers and ladies in Jacobean and Caroline drama.
From the 12th to the 17th century “ handfasting ” in England referred to a ceremony, usually about a month prior to a church wedding, at which the marrying couple formally declared that each accepted the other as spouse.
From the 17th century on, individual indicates separateness, as in individualism.
From the second half of the 17th century onwards, a time of political and religious turmoil existed in the kingdoms.
From the 14th to the 16th centuries, Middle Low German as spoken in the towns of the Hanseatic League was the established language, but was subsequently succeeded by High German as official language in the course of the 16th and 17th centuries.
From the last quarter of the 17th century, the group consisted of six undisputedly Dutch islands: Curaçao ( settled in 1634 ), Aruba ( settled in 1636 ), Bonaire ( settled in 1636 ), Sint Eustatius ( settled in 1636 ), Saba ( settled in 1640 ) and Sint Maarten ( settled in 1648 ).
From the beginning of the 17th century the Dutch cannibalized the Portuguese Empire in the East and, with the immense wealth gained, challenged Spanish hegemony at sea.
From the 15th to 17th century, these ideas that are alternatively described as Western esotericism, which had a revival from about 1770 onwards, due to a renewed desire for mystery, an interest in the Middle Ages and a romantic " reaction to the rationalist Enlightenment.
From the 17th through the 19th centuries, the merging of folk beliefs about group differences with scientific explanations of those differences produced what one scholar has called an " ideology of race ".
From the 17th century Roman law, in Germany, had been heavily influenced by domestic ( common ) law, and it was called usus modernus Pandectarum.
From the 4th century onwards, Sunday worship has also taken on the observance of Sunday rest in some Christian traditions, such as the Puritans of the 16th and 17th centuries.
From the 4th century onwards, Sunday worship has also taken on the observance of Sunday rest in some Christian traditions, such as the Puritans of the 16th and 17th centuries.
* From the 17th century onwards, it also became possible to use the term ' theology ' to refer to study of religious ideas and teachings that are not specifically Christian ( e. g., in the phrase ' Natural Theology ' which denoted theology based on reasoning from natural facts independent of specifically Christian revelation ), or that are specific to another religion ( see below ).
From the 17th century, ultramontanism became closely associated with the Jesuits, who defended the superiority of Popes over councils and kings, even in temporal questions.
The Eastern Carpet in the Western World, From the 15th to the 17th century, Arts Council of Great Britain, London, 1983, ISBN 0-7287-0362-9
From the 15th to 17th centuries, classical Kurdish poets and writers developed a literary language.
From the late 17th century to the 19th century it was assumed that the Earth's daily rotational rate was constant.
From the 13th to 17th centuries, it held the island of Crete and from the mid-15th to mid-16th century, the island of Cyprus.

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