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From the outset, she must have realized that marriage with him was out of the question, and although she was displeased by the `` unwarrantable '' interference, it seems probable that she did agree with her mother's suggestion that the poet was `` perhaps '' a man `` most fitted to live & die solitary, & in the love only of the Highest Lover ''.
From this belief is derived the practical orientation of our policy on the `` uncommitted '' ( `` neutralist '', `` contested '' ) nations, especially on those whose leaders make the most noise -- Nehru, Tito, Nkrumah, Sukarno, Betancourt, etc..
From six to nine million additional Germans would be evicted, though most would have fled, and Poland would receive far more from Germany than the poor territories, including the great Pripet Marshes, which she lost to Russia.
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 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 shock and incredulity, most of the listeners went on to open resistance and animosity.
From Cluny the custom spread to the other houses of the Cluniac order, which became the largest and most extensive network of monasteries in Europe.
From an artistic point of view, he was most successful in portrait-statues and groups of children, where he was obliged to follow nature most closely.
From a modern perspective these figures may seem small, but in the world of Greek city-states Athens was huge: most of the thousand or so Greek cities could only muster 1000 – 1500 adult male citizens and Corinth, a major power, had at most 15, 000 but in some very seldom cases more.
Among his most well-known essays from this period are " Urban culture " 1924 ), " Temple baths on Jyväskylä ridge " ( 1925 ), " Abbé Coignard's sermon " ( 1925 ), and " From doorstep to living room " ( 1926 ).
From the late 1940s to the early 1960s, following the creation of the state of Israel, most of these Jews fled their countries of birth and are now mostly concentrated in Israel.
From the 1960s through the 1980s, " by far the most significant developments in the design and construction of acoustic guitars " were made by the Ovation Guitar Company.
From Acts 18: 24-28 we deduce that Apollos had an ' accurate ' understanding of Jesus most likely derived from the Scriptures.
From here is it a short walk to the Silver Sands, Aberdour's busiest and most popular beach.
From 1996 to 2001, herbicide tolerance was the most dominant trait introduced to commercially available transgenic crops, followed by insect resistance.
From the 19th century and much of the late 20th century, " Boadicea " was the most common version of the name, which is probably derived from a mistranscription when a manuscript of Tacitus was copied in the Middle Ages.
From then on, most Republican candidates for local and statewide offices sought the endorsement of Bob Jones III and greeted faculty / staff voters at the University Dining Common.
From the April 1914 one-reeler Twenty Minutes of Love onwards he was writing and directing most of his films, by 1916 he was also producing them, and from 1918 he was even composing the music for them.
From the Carolingian epoch to the end of the Middle Ages and beyond, this was the most widely copied work of secular literature in Europe.
From Asia, China was the most important exporter to Chile, with goods valued at US $ 3. 6 billion.

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From this point the party might still have succeeded had they gone up the Rio Grande to its source, or gone by a more northerly route, but the route they took brought them to the very top of Mesa Mountain.
From the Ohio border just north of Toledo, it proceeds northerly via Monroe, Detroit, Flint, Saginaw and Grayling, crosses the Mackinac Bridge after passing through the village and continues on to the Upper Peninsula and Sault Ste.
From the Neundorfer See it then flows in an easterly direction to the Schwielochsee, and then in a northerly and westerly direction to the town of Fürstenwalde.
From the seacoast, it extended northerly between Penobscot Bay and Penobscot River on the east, and the Muscongus River on the west, to the line that constitutes the southern boundary of the towns Hampden, Newburgh and Dixmont.
From the junction, M-86 and M-66 run concurrently to the north for about, at which point M-86 branches off to the east while M-66 continues on a northerly route.
From this historic site, the flow becomes generally more northerly, but still greatly meandering.
From McCormick, it continues northerly to the city of Greenwood.
From southern British Columbia south, the tree grows better on northerly exposures.
From that point, it is simply, known as " the Oswegatchie ", as it flows northerly to its terminus with the St. Lawrence River near Ogdensburg.
From here the Black Elster flows initially in a northerly direction through Elstra, Kamenz, Milstrich and Wittichenau, from Hoyerswerda it flows in a westwards to Elsterheide.
From its northerly terminus at Sudbury, the highway follows a wide urban arterial route for several kilometres before widening into a full freeway at Crown Ridge ; as of August 2012, this freeway segment extends southerly for approximately 35 km to the Murdock River south of Highway 637.
From Dundry there is a northerly loop to Leigh Court at Abbots Leigh where Charles II stayed on the night of 12 September 1651.
From its headwaters at 1, 000 km, a length of 370 km, to km 700, runs with a northerly orientation through the whole extent of the region Minas Gerais at an average height of 760 m, with a slope of 25 cm / km, goes through the town Patos of Minas at a height of 770 m, obtains water from a number of small tributaries that descend from the Magalhães-peak and from the Serra of Barbaça, on the other side of the Serra da Mata da Corda.
From Blair Bridge the canal is open again ; the route now arcs northward towards and through the Drumpellier estate, passing north of Drumpellier Home Farm, and then west again, with a short northerly spur serving coal pits at Drumpellier, continuing under the present day railway line, and under the Cuilhill Road bridge.

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One, a reservation on the point I have just made, is the phenomenon of pseudo-thinking, pseudo-feeling, and pseudo-willing, which Fromm discussed in The Escape From Freedom.
From the point of view of popularity the best-known member of the Commission was Walter Camp, the Yale athlete whose sobriquet was `` the father of American football ''.
From this point of view the `` militant mobs '' of the past, stirred into action by one ideology or another, were all composed of `` intellectuals '' -- and this is not the level on which the essence of mankind can be discovered.
From the moment of the occupation Lublin became a focal point.
From this point, I paint in as direct a manner as possible, by flowing on the washes with as pure a color mixture as I can manage.
From the manufacturer's point of view, the increasing cost of advertising and promotion is a very real problem to be faced in the sixties.
From the point of view of the applicants, less time was wasted in being evaluated -- and they got a meal out of it as well as some insights into their performances.
From the point of view of syntactic analysis the head word in the statement is the predicator has broken, and from the point of view of meaning it would seem that the trouble centers in the breaking ; ;
From the point of view of word formation real might be expected to have two syllables.
From the rather tortuous history of electoral planning in Morocco an important point emerges concerning the first elections in a developing country and evaluating their results.
From that point on he said he went to the post office and then walked leisurely to where his niece was staying, more than a mile away.
From the lioness' point of view, this strange creature on the back of another creature, lashing out with its long thin paw, very likely appeared as something she could not at first cope with.
From an economic point of view, the order Asparagales is second in importance within the monocots to the order Poales ( which includes grasses and cereals ).
From this point on he establishes himself as a psychological detective who proceeds not by a painstaking examination of the crime scene, but by enquiring either into the nature of the victim or the psychology of the murderer.
From this point, his mother and stepfather took a more active role in raising him.
From a strictly aerodynamic point of view, the term should refer only to those side-effects arising as a result of the changes in airflow from an incompressible fluid ( similar in effect to water ) to a compressible fluid ( acting as a gas ) as the speed of sound is approached.
From that point on, the show was a success.
From a political point of view, there is a trade-off between Bulgaria's economic growth and the stability required for early accession to the monetary union.
From a philosophical point of view, what makes the brain special in comparison to other organs is that it forms the physical structure that generates the mind.
From south to north, Broadway at one point or another runs over or under the IRT Lexington Avenue Line, the BMT Broadway Line, the IRT Broadway – Seventh Avenue Line, and the IND Eighth Avenue Line:

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