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From that date all episodes of the series would be transmitted in High Definition.
From this time, therefore, all disputes between Alexandria and Rome as to the correct date for Easter cease, as both churches were using identical tables.
From this period date the construction of the Palace of Husuni Kubwa and a significant extension to the Great Mosque of Kilwa, which was made of Coral Stones and the largest Mosque of its kind.
From this date forward, Gottwald was de facto the most powerful man in Czechoslovakia.
From that date, Dutch sailors shifted their choice to “ Rade des Tortues ” as a harbor.
From that date, the telecommunications department took that responsibility.
* 1642 – From this date all honors granted by Charles I are retrospectively annulled by Parliament.
From this date on it is illegal to sell ( and / or offer for sale ) such alcoholic beverages in shops, supermarkets, bars, restaurants, gas stations, e-shops etc.
From 1997 to date, Sudan has been working with the IMF to implement macroeconomic reforms, including a managed float of the exchange rate.
From an early date, Charlemagne and Louis the Pious supported Christian vernacular works in order to evangelise the Saxons more efficiently.
From 1744 to 1788, he wrote his monumental, which included everything known about the natural world up until that date.
From this period forward, scanning in one form or another has been used in nearly every image transmission technology to date, including television.
From 1968 to 2009 the date has never left the 21-day range of April 13 to May 3.
While not her highest chart debut, debut sales for From the Choirgirl Hotel are Amos's best to date, selling 153, 000 copies in its first week.
From this date until the death of Former U. S. President James Madison on June 28 1836, there are a total of 19 Presidents of the United States ( 3 former, 1 current, and 15 known future ) living ; which is more than any other time period in U. S. history.
From that date on, European leaders commonly took advantage of the low interest rates available in the Republic and borrow several hundred millions on the Dutch capital market.
From a very early date, British coins have been inscribed with the name of the ruler of the kingdom in which they were produced, and a longer or shorter title, always in Latin ; among the earliest distinctive English coins are the silver pennies of Offa of Mercia, which were inscribed with the legend " King Offa ".
* 2002, U. S., Starscape Books ( ISBN 0-7653-4184-0 ), Pub date January ?, 2002, paperback ( pub as " From the Two Rivers Pt. 1 ")
* 2003, UK, ATOM ( ISBN 1-904233-20-1 ), Pub date March 6, 2003, paperback ( pub as " From the Two Rivers Pt. 1 ")
From the date of its dedication in 360 until 1453, it served as the Greek Patriarchal cathedral of Constantinople, except between 1204 and 1261, when it was converted to a Roman Catholic cathedral under the Latin Empire.
From the launch date, however, the service was quickly losing money.
One variant of the scam may date back to the 18th or 19th centuries, as a very similar letter, entitled, " The Letter From Jerusalem " is seen in the memoirs of Eugène François Vidocq, a former French criminal and private investigator.
From that date on, he wore a heavy iron chain cilice around his waist, next to the skin, each Lent as penance, adding every year extra ounces.
From that date the preferred term for a hypercomplex system became associative algebra as seen in the title of Wedderburn ’ s thesis at University of Edinburgh.

From and partition
From the latter half of 1937, Ribbentrop had championed the idea of an alliance between Germany, Italy, and Japan that would partition the British Empire between them.
From 1449 – 59, Eric succeeded Bogislaw IX, as Duke of Pomerania and ruled Pomerania-Rügenwalde, a small partition of the Duchy of Pomerania-Stolp ( Polish: Księstwo Słupskie ), as Eric I.
From a perusal of the aforesaid work, It is obvious and evident that Rudokh was an integral part of Ladakh and even after the family partition, Rudokh continued to be part of Ladakh.
From 1905 there was an Ulster Unionist organisation, but MPs sponsored by it are classified as Irish Unionists until the Northern Ireland general election, 1921 made the partition of Ireland effective so that Irish Unionism ceased to be a realistic objective.
From this equation it can be seen that all analytes that partition strongly into the micellar phase ( where is essentially ∞) migrate at the same time,.
From 1914 to the formal partition of Ireland in 1920-21, the Ulster Unionists relied upon their local electoral majority in what became Northern Ireland.
From the suggestion of some sort of north-south partition under the 1914 Home Rule Act, the Southern Unionists ( in what would become Southern Ireland and then the Republic of Ireland ) were in a much weaker electoral position than the Ulster Unionists, and necessarily they had to compromise with their opponents.
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From the official Indian perspective, the partition is regarded as a tactical necessity to rid the subcontinent of British rule rather than denoting acceptance of the theory.
From 1945 until the partition of the sub-continent, Dr Hasan was Emeritus Professor at Aligarh.
From this point on, all the political parties in the Republic were formally in favour of ending partition, regardless of the opinion of the electorate in Northern Ireland.

From and independence
From independence through the period of the presidency of Félix Malloum ( 1975 – 79 ), the official national army was known as the Chadian Armed Forces ( Forces Armées Tchadiennes — FAT ).
From 1902 until its abrogation in 1934, the Platt Amendment authorized the US to use military force to preserve Cuba's independence.
From then on, the long independence struggle was led mainly by Bolívar and Francisco de Paula Santander in neighboring Venezuela.
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 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.
From 1976 several of these regions were granted independence.
From 1991 to 1993, Kenya had its worst economic performance since independence.
From the mid-1940s the country was subject to Soviet economic control and saw considerable Russification of its peoples, but Latvian culture and infrastructures survived such that, during the period of Soviet liberalisation under Mikhail Gorbachev, Latvia once again took a path towards independence which eventually succeeded in August 1991 and was recognised by Russia the following month.
From 1763 until independence, St. Vincent passed through various stages of colonial status under the British.
From 1908, with the establishment of the Mau movement (" opinion movement "), Western Samoans began to assert their claim to independence.
From the country's independence in 1962, only matai could vote and stand as candidates in elections to parliament.
From that time until independence in 1960, the deputies of the Four Communes were always African, and were at the forefront of the decolonisation struggle.
From 1999 to the present day, the indigenous people of Biafra have been agitating for independence to revive their ancient country.
From independence in 1961 until the mid-1980s, Tanzania was a one-party state, with a socialist model of economic development.
From a pro-independence supporter's point of view, the movement for Taiwan independence began under Qing rule in the 1680s which led to a well known saying those days, " Every three years an uprising, every five years a rebellion ".
From that public platform, Williams on January 15, 1956 inaugurated his own political party, the People's National Movement, which would take Trinidad and Tobago into independence in 1962, and dominate its postcolonial politics.
From this newly consolidated base of power, Bolívar launched outright independence campaigns in Venezuela and Ecuador, and these campaigns were concluded with the victories at the Battle of Carabobo in 1821 and the Battle of Pichincha in 1822.
From the 1990s onwards, media wire services sometimes describe Taiwan as having de-facto independence, whereas the Republic of China has always considered itself as a continuously functioning de jure state.
Upon independence in 1947, the government of India used the Johnson Line as the basis for its official boundary in the west, which included the Aksai Chin From the Karakoram Pass ( which is not under dispute ), the Indian claim line extends northeast of the Karakoram Mountains through the salt flats of the Aksai Chin, to set a boundary at the Kunlun Mountains, and incorporating part of the Karakash River and Yarkand River watersheds.
From 1898 to 1901, a secret society of Polish students seeking to restore Polish independence operated in the city, but the activists were tried by German courts in 1901, frustrating their efforts.
From its side, SGI considers disassociation with the Priesthood as its " spiritual independence ".
From independence in 1960 to the Turkish invasion of Cyprus of 1974, Famagusta flourished both culturally and economically.
From the outset, given their respective band histories, the trio decided not to be locked into a group structure, using their surnames as identification to ensure independence and a guarantee against the band simply continuing without one of them, as had both The Byrds and The Hollies after the departures of Crosby and Nash.
From Geneva onwards he started organizing Czechs and Slovaks living outside Austria-Hungary, primarily in Switzerland, France, England, Russia and the United States, and establishing the contacts that would prove crucial to the cause of Czechoslovak independence.

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