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From the moment of the occupation Lublin became a focal point.
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From the east to the west coast of the Korean peninsula was a strip of land in which fear-filled men were at that same moment furtively crawling through the night, sitting in sweaty anticipation of any movement or sound, or shouting amidst confused rifle flashes and muzzle blasts.
From the moment that Hino had first walked into the mission to ask for a job, any job -- his qualifications neatly written on a piece of paper in a precise hand -- he had been ready to become a Christian.
From that moment the party suffered an electoral decline, but remained the third force of Italian politics.
From that moment a strong friendship sprang up between the abbot and the bishop, who was professor of theology at Notre Dame of Paris, and the founder of the Abbey of St. Victor.
From the moment Mark Twain published his 1907 attack on Christian Science, the Church, and Mary Baker Eddy, herself, Christian Science has been subject to significant criticism and public controversy.
" From that moment onwards, the Winnili were known as the Longbeards ( Latinised as Langobardi, Italianised as Lombardi, and Anglicized as Lombards ).
From a temporal point of view, the past seems to disappear and the future doesn't yet exist, and God always appears to act from moment to moment.
From that moment on, samba started to spread across the country, initially associated with Carnival and then developing its own place in the music market.
From time to time, some of the descendants have appeared, along with actors to re-create this historical moment.
From the time, at approximately 08: 58, when Shehhi completed the final turn toward New York City to the moment of impact, the plane went into a sustained power dive, descending more than 24, 000 feet in 5 minutes 4 seconds, for an average rate of over 5, 000 feet per minute.
From the moment of this literary debut, his reviews and columns started appearing in the press, mainly in the Kurier Poranny ( Morning Courier ).
From this moment on, Mazzini was more of a spectator than a protagonist of the Italian Risorgimento, whose reins were now strongly in the hands of the Savoyard monarch Victor Emmanuel II and his skilled prime minister, Camillo Benso, Conte di Cavour.
From that moment, Houston was no longer in retreat, but rather leading the Army to find a place to confront Santa Anna on Texas soil.
From this moment on, there will be no more prostrations made in the church ( aside from those made before the epitaphios ) until Vespers on the afternoon of Pentecost.
From that day forth he despaired of success, though he was saved for the moment by the jealousies of the Russian and Austrian commanders, which ruined the military plans of the allies.
From this moment on the cumulonimbus cloud quickly degrades and dissipates, breaking into cumulus congestus, meaning a little rain may still fall and the cirrus spissatus anvil cloud.
From and occupation
From 16 June 1940-1942 the colonial administration remained loyal to Vichy France ( from 1942, under Free French ), but 25 September 1942-13 October 1946 they were, like Madagascar, under British occupation.
From the eighteenth century, Spanish sources reported that immediately after the takeover of the city, Sir George Rooke, the British admiral, on his own initiative caused the British flag to be hoisted, and took possession of the Rock in name of Anne, Queen of Great Britain, whose government ratified the occupation.
* The Nazi occupation of Poland and the Allied bombing of Peenemünde are depicted in the British feature film Battle of the V-1 ( 1958 ) ( called Missiles From Hell in the United States and some other countries ), which starred the actor Michael Rennie.
From the guild control originated the term mystery play or mysteries, from the Latin misterium meaning " occupation " ( i. e. that of the guilds ).
From 1944, the advancing Red Army was also seen as a foreign occupation force, prompting skirmishes with the Soviets as well as Soviet-backed partisans.
From 1945 to 1950, the camp was used by the Soviet occupation authorities as an internment camp, known as NKVD special camp number 2.
From the very first years of the British occupation, a post office, a telegraph office and a hospital began to operate.
From the 13th century onwards, the Hiberno-Norman occupation in the rest of Ireland at first faltered then waned.
From the 16th century through 1898, there were about 16 military campaigns against the sultans five of these resulting in a short occupation, except for the last one.
From 1940 to 1942, the first years of the German occupation of France, there was no thoroughly-organized Résistance capable of fighting in a coordinated fashion throughout France.
Lucas's poem " Spain 1809 " ( in From Many Times and Lands, 1953 ), the story of a Spanish village woman's courage during the French occupation, was turned into the play A Kind of Justice by Margaret Wood ( 1966 ).
From its earliest days, the King David Hotel hosted royalty: the dowager empress of Persia, queen mother Nazli of Egypt and King Abdullah I of Jordan stayed at the hotel, and three heads of state forced to flee their countries took up residence there: King Alfonso XIII of Spain, forced to abdicate in 1931, Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia, driven out by the Italians in 1936, and King George II of Greece who set up his government in exile at the hotel after the Nazi occupation of his country in 1942.
From 1667 to 1793 Jever was an exclave of Anhalt-Zerbst, and after Napoleonic occupation the westernmost exclave of Russia.
From 2003 to 2005 Overton was the seat of government of the Republic of Texas, a separatist group who are an independence movement that claims that the annexation of Texas by the United States was illegal and that Texas remains an independent nation under occupation.
From there he expanded the occupation of Dorthonion with such sorcery and horror that even the Orcs would only pass through it with speed.
From January, 1 2008 on, compensation is granted by Lithuanian law for those persons who suffered on account of World War II and the Soviet occupation.
From 1946 to 1947, he worked alongside Hans Werner Richter to publish the monthly literary journal Der Ruf, which was sold in the American occupation zone of Germany.
From 1972 the band became a full-time occupation for the friends, and they called the band Split Ends.
From 1987, a cycle of mass demonstrations featuring spontaneous singing eventually collected 300, 000 Estonians in Tallinn to sing national songs and hymns that were strictly forbidden during the years of the Soviet occupation, as Estonian rock musicians played.
From the battles fought against the British occupation to the civilian unrest in the 1980s, the city has lost its glory of past and much of its cultural and architectural heritage lies in tattered ruins.
From the earliest days of the occupation, he took an important part in the resistance and was even imprisoned for a while.