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From the view of the citizens, these vicars were cruel and petty.
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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 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 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 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 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.
File: View From the Ponte Vecchio of the River Arno. jpg | The view of the Arno from the Ponte Vecchio
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 a bibliographical point of view some of the early printed Breviaries are among the rarest of literary curiosities, being merely local.
From the local point of view time stops at the horizon, whereas from the global point of view time extends beyond it, and surfaces of constant time cross the horizon.
From the point of view of State-centric law, extraordinary procedures ( usually international courts ) may prosecute such crimes.
From the peak's platform the panoramic view includes downtown Rio, Sugarloaf Mountain, the Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas ( lake ), Copacabana and Ipanema beaches, Estádio do Maracanã ( Maracanã Stadium ), and several of Rio's favelas.
From an architectural point of view, this arrangement could provide better floor area utilisation, offering an internal column-free office area with a clear depth of 9 to 13. 4 metres and an overall usable floor area efficiency of 81 %.
From a geometrical point of view, looking at the states of each variable of the system to be controlled, every " bad " state of these variables must be controllable and observable to ensure a good behaviour in the closed-loop system.
From the point of view of differential topology, the donut and the coffee cup are the same ( in a sense ).
From and citizens
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.
From the 1960s, pieds-noirs ( French citizens living in the north African colonies ), immigrants chiefly from the Maghreb, and continental French people also contributed to the increase.
From 1963, the citizens of Yugoslavia were allowed to travel to almost any country because of the neutral politics.
From his retirement in his modest chacra ( cottage or hut ) at Ibaray, near Asunción, he told countless ordinary citizens who came to visit him that their revolution had been betrayed, that the change in government had only traded a Spanish-born elite for a criollo one, and that the present government was incompetent and mismanaged.
From the beginning the Rastas decided that their personal loyalty lay with Africa's only black monarch, Selassie, and that they themselves were in effect as free citizens of Ethiopia, loyal to its Emperor and devoted to its flag representing the Solomonic Dynasty prior to the Communist coup.
From May 1974 to the end of the 1970s, over a million Portuguese citizens from Portugal's African territories ( mostly from Portuguese Angola and Mozambique ) left those territories as destitute refugees – the retornados.
From then on, all Africans were considered Portuguese citizens, and racial discrimination became a sociological rather than a legal feature of colonial society.
From this evidence, it is clear that money in the form of legal tender had effectively ceased to exist, but when dealing with those outside the Federation, other arrangements are made, such as a barter of services, since Federation citizens don't have any currency to offer.
From the last decades of the 19th century, Slovene language speakers grew steadily, reaching 25 % of the overall population of the municipality of Trieste in 1911 ( 30 % of the Austro-Hungarian citizens in Trieste ).
* From late December 1863 to 1864 the Montana Vigilantes were formed by citizens of Bannack, Virginia City and nearby Nevada City to fight lawlessness in the gold mining region of Montana.
From now on Rome's legions would largely consist of poor citizens ( the " capite censi " or " head count ") whose future after service could only be assured if their general could somehow bring about a land distribution on their behalf.
From 1819 the area was part of Carroll County but, as settlement progressed, citizens petitioned for the formation of a new county.
From a cultural viewpoint such a resident could be completely " local " and indistinguishable from citizens.
From then on, Jews were forced to work at more menial positions, becoming second-class citizens or to the point they were " illegally residing " in Nazi Germany.
From at least the mid-Republican era, the pontifex maximus chose Vestals between their sixth and tenth year, by lot from a group of twenty high-born candidates at a gathering of their families and other Roman citizens.
From 1816-1818, the new institution found a home in Waterville on 179 acres of land donated by citizens.
From dawn to dusk Soviet citizens are shown at work and at play, and interacting with the machinery of modern life.
From the 17th century Ritten has been a popular summer destination for citizens of Bolzano, since the air is considerably cooler on the plateau.
From the political standpoint, Listyev enjoyed an enormous popularity rating among Russian citizens and could potentially influence the political mood of the whole country.
From 1901 to 1954 the flag was used as a civil flag, to be flown by private citizens on land, while the government used the Blue Ensign, reflecting British practice.
From Victorian times to the 1930s, Glengormley was often the final destination on the leisure trail for working class Belfast citizens escaping the city grime.
" From the 1970s onward, when it became easier for Yugoslav citizens to travel to Austria, Leibnitz started to experience a marked economic reinvigoration which gained momentum with the establishment of Slovenia as an independent state in 1991, and its entry into the European Union in 2004.
From 1949 to 1953, the newly established government of the People's Republic made use of the PLA, militia units made up of demobilized soldiers and other civilians, the police, and loyal citizens to put down resistance and establish order.