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From the time of the Spanish colonies there has existed a type of sorbet made from fallen hail or snow.
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From and time
From the time the chocks were pulled until the plane was out of sight, he knew Donovan would keep his back to the strip.
From that time to this my religious concern is that I might give effective help to the bringing in of God's kingdom on earth.
She hesitated, she hopped, she rolled and rocked, skipped and jumped, but in some two weeks she started to pace, From that time to this she has shown steady improvement and now looks like one of the classiest things on the grounds.
From here they proceeded to ( 3 ) These same areas in relation to their own future family life stages, developing these to the extent of examining various crises which could be expected to confront them at some time or other.
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 time to time since the present war began there have been reports that one or more of the Axis powers were seriously contemplating use of poisonous gas or noxious gases or other inhumane devices of warfare.
From time to time the medium mentions other people `` around him '', who were `` on the other side '', and reports what they are saying.
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 time to time it has been proposed as a replacement for The Star-Spangled Banner as the national anthem, including television sign-offs.
From the other perspective, Alcott's unique teaching ideas created an environment which produced two famous daughters in different fields, in a time when women were not commonly encouraged to have independent careers.
From that time he supported the Democratic party and built a powerful political machine in Greene County.
From the unexpected realism of his first major figure — inspired by his 1875 trip to Italy — to the unconventional memorials whose commissions he later sought, Rodin's reputation grew, such that he became the preeminent French sculptor of his time.
From time to time there has been debate over repealing the clause that prevents " Papists " ( Roman Catholics ) or those who marry one from ascending to the British throne.
From the time of St Augustine until the 16th century, the Archbishops of Canterbury were in full communion with the See of Rome and thus received the pallium.
From the time that the earliest English-speaking settlers arrived, the area has also been known as The Forks, because it is situated at the confluence of the north and south branches of the Kalamazoo River.
From the extinction in 1254 of the Hohenstaufen dynasty until 1415, the area was ruled by the Habsburgs, and many castles from that time still stand ( examples include Habsburg, Lenzburg, Tegerfelden, Bobikon, Stin and Wildegg ).
From time immemorial, they have acted as guides to caravans through the Nubian desert and up the Nile valley as far as Sennar.
From that time Abdur Rahman was fairly seated on the throne at Kabul, and in the course of the next few years he consolidated his dominion over all Afghanistan, suppressing insurrections by a sharp and relentless use of his despotic authority.
From and Spanish
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 entry on cabullus in the Oxford Latin Dictionary ( Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1982, 1985 reprinting ), p. 246, does not give a probable origin, and merely compare Old Bulgarian kobyla and Old Russian komoń < sub > b </ sub >.</ ref > From caballus arose terms in the various Romance languages cognate to the ( French-derived ) English cavalier: Old Italian cavaliere, Italian cavallo, Spanish caballero, French chevalier, Portuguese cavaleiro, Romanian cavaler.
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 1620s, Dutch raiders seriously troubled Spanish shipping and, after a number of battles which went both ways, the Dutch Navy finally broke the long dominance of the Spanish Navy in the Battle of the Downs ( 1639 ).
From these contacts the Paraguayans came to realize that Spanish dominance in South America was coming to an end, and that they, and not the Spaniards, held the real power.
From 1953 to 1983 the Jamaica Omnibus Service operated a service, which at its peak consisted of over 600 buses and served an area spanning Spanish Town, Border, Mt.
From 1936 to 1940, a French detachment was garrisoned in Andorra to prevent influences of the Spanish Civil War and Franco's Spain.
From 1565 on, Spanish and Brunei forces engaged in a number of naval skirmishes, and in 1571 the Spanish succeeded in capturing Manila from the Brunei aristocracy that had been established there.
From the advent of the Bourbon Monarchy following the War of the Spanish Succession until the arrival of parliamentary democracy in 1977, the Castilian language was the only one with official status in the Spanish state.
From this Spanish line comes the royal line of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies ( 1734 – 1806 and 1815 – 1860, and Sicily only in 1806 – 1816 ), the Bourbon of the Two Sicilies family, and the Bourbon rulers of the Duchy of Parma.
In April 2008, the Brooklyn Academy of Music celebrated Paul Simon's works, and dedicated a week to Songs From the Capeman with a good portion of the show's songs performed by a cast of singers and the Spanish Harlem Orchestra.
From decades of research he made estimates for the pre-contact population and the history of demographic decline during the Spanish and post-Spanish periods.
From 1372 John gathered around himself a small court of refugee Castilian knights and ladies and set up a Castilian chancery which prepared documents in his name according to the style of Pedro I of Castile, dated by the Castilian era and signed by himself with the Spanish formula ' Yo El Rey ' ( I, the King ).
From the 17th century until the early 20th, the impact of the foreign settlers — the Dutch, Spanish and Han — was more extensive on the Plains tribes.
From Molière's line " Le véritable Amphitryon est l ' Amphitryon où l ' on dîne ," the name Amphitryon has come to be used in the sense of a generous entertainer, a good host ; the French word for " host " is in fact " amphitryon ;" its Spanish cognate is " anfitrión " and its Portuguese " anfitrião ".
From Hernandez ' perception of Aztec, to Spanish, through various other translations, the word is " water cane ", " water pipe ", " water pipe flower ", " hollow stem flower " and " cane flower ".