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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.
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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 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 Hino
From the middle of the Kamakura period to the end of the Nanboku-chō period, from roughly the 13th to 14th centuries, the district was controlled by the Hino and Kamonamochi clans.
From and had
From then on, in keeping with the traditions they had followed since childhood, the whole group settled down to relish their food.
From L'Turu, I heard that until about 1850 the people of this island -- which was about the size of Guam or smaller -- had been of both sexes, and that the normal family life of Melanesian tribes was observed here with minor variations.
From his playmates in Savannah, Mercer had picked up, along with a soft Southern dialect, traces also of the Gullah dialects of Africa.
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 enlisted men he pistol-whipped to the subordinate officer whose wife he tried to rape, a lot of men had plenty of reason heartily to dislike Marcus Reno.
From behind, he had put his arms on her shoulders, turned her around, and pressed her to him, so close she couldn't breathe.
From the standpoint of the army of duffers, however, this was easily the most heartening exhibition they had had since Ben Hogan fell upon evil ways during his heyday and scored an 11 in the Texas open.
From the time he had been at college he had achieved a certain tranquility and composure by accepting the fact that there were certain things he could never know.
From here on out, the Ariadne was going to be hotter than any space cruiser man had ever dreamed of.
From there, his body was taken to the home of Colonel William Inge, which had been his headquarters in Corinth.
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 8 November 2001-24 March 2002, The British Museum had an exhibit named “ Agatha Christie and Archaeology: Mystery in Mesopotamia ”, which presented a fascinating look at the secret life of Agatha Christie and the influences of archaeology in her life and works.
From Agrippa ’ s previous two marriages, Agrippina had two half-sisters: Vipsania Agrippina and Vipsania Marcella Agrippina.
From the marriage of Julia and Agrippa, Agrippina had four full-blood siblings: a sister Julia the Younger and three brothers: Gaius Caesar, Lucius Caesar and Agrippa Postumus.
One tablet from this period reads, "( From the earliest days ) no-one had made a statue of lead, ( but ) Rimush king of Kish, had a statue of himself made of lead.
From there Alaric escaped with difficulty, and not without some suspicion of connivance by Stilicho, who supposedly had again received orders to depart.