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From the beginning of civilization to the 20th century, ownership of heavy cavalry horses has been a mark of wealth amongst settled peoples.
From Stirnerist positions he also disrespected private property when he said that " Only ethical and spiritual wealth " was " invulnerable.
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 her is the race of women and female kind ," Hesiod writes ; " of her is the deadly race and tribe of women who live amongst mortal men to their great trouble, no helpmeets in hateful poverty, but only in wealth.
From this has evolved the modern conception of property as a right enforced by positive law, in the expectation that this will produce more wealth and better standards of living.
From the first years of the Byzantine Empire, Thessaloniki was considered the second city in the Empire after Constantinople, both in terms of wealth and size.
But at power or wealth, for the sake of which wars, and all kinds of strife, arise among mankind, we do not aim ; we desire only our liberty, which no honorable man relinquishes but with life. From Manlius ' message to an approaching army as recorded in Sallust's Bellum Catilinae ( XXXIII )
From about 1720 Dutch wealth ceased to grow.
From these sources the Thasians drew great wealth, their annual revenues amounting to 200 or even 300 talents.
From then on Uden ’ s wealth diminished mainly due to competition from the neighbouring Brabant villages, resulting in emigration to Wisconsin and other parts of the United States.
From now on, the city's rapid growth and wealth was linked to the BASF's success and the company's expansion to one of the world's most important chemical companies.
From the outset, the Tokugawa attempted to restrict the accumulation of wealth by families and had promoted a " back to the soil " policy, making the farmer, as the ultimate producer, the ideal person within society.
From the 1960s onwards, the sport gained more exposure and commercial appeal through television coverage and the increasing wealth of nations.
From very early on, Johns Hopkins had looked upon his wealth as a trust to benefit future generations.
From the previous paragraph can be assumed that size / wealth of the market have a very strong relation to the diversity of supplier.
From years of generating industrial wealth, in the early 20th century the city was said to have more millionaires per capita than any other city in the nation.
From the early 1960s onwards, Kapuściński published books of increasing literary craftsmanship characterized by sophisticated narrative technique, psychological portraits of characters, a wealth of stylization and metaphor and unusual imagery that serves as means of interpreting the perceived world.
From 1580 to 1670 mostly, the Bandeirantes in Brazil focused on slave hunting, then from 1670 – 1750 they focused on mineral wealth.
From a combined cost and availability of funds and services perspective, factoring creates wealth for some but not all small businesses.
From the 1960s to the 1980s, the East and Southeast Asian regions were the only developing regions that grew exponentially in terms of economic wealth ; some proponents of Asian Values have credited this success to a distinctive " third-way " Asian political model that was touted as an alternative to both totalitarism and liberal democracy.
From 1995 to 1997 through the controversial loans-for-shares privatisation auctions ( see Privatisation in Russia ), Berezovsky and Patarkatsishvili assisted Roman Abramovich in acquiring control of Sibneft, the sixth-largest Russian oil company, which constituted the bulk of his wealth.
From the scientific side Cliffe Leslie has abundantly proved the unsubstantial nature of the abstraction implied in the phrase desire of wealth, and the inadequacy of such a principle for the explanation of economic phenomena.
From Tudor times, the natural mineral wealth began to be exploited with ore being sent out to charcoal furnaces in nearby Cannock Chase.
From Sanskrit inscriptions, we learn that the King Jayanasa launched a maritime conquest in 684 with 20, 000 men to acquire wealth, power, and ' magic power '.

From and material
From Fig. 6 the relationship between these parameters can readily be derived and the cutting force is Af where **yl is the shear strength of the coating and is a parameter of the coatings material, W is the width of the removed coating and T is its thickness.
From 1973 more material has been found including almost complete skulls.
From this material context men and women develop certain ideas about their world, thereby leading to the core materialist conception that social being determines social consciousness.
From these accounts, it is known that the Chinese banned the practice of using smallpox material from patients who actually had the full-blown disease of Variola major ( considered too dangerous ); instead they used proxy material of a cotton plug inserted into the nose of a person who had already been inoculated and had only a few scabs, i. e. Variola minor.
From a thermodynamics point of view, at the melting point the change in Gibbs free energy () of the material is zero, but the enthalpy () and the entropy () of the material are increasing ().
From the point of view of material modelling, masonry is a special material of extreme mechanical properties ( with a very high ratio between strength in compression and in tension ), so that the applied loads do not diffuse as they do in elastic bodies, but tend to percolate along lines of high stiffness, see the figure on the right and watch a video for more details.
From 1957 until her final disc for the company in 1972, she produced a steady stream of two or three albums per year which usually included standards ( often arranged quite different from the original ), her own compositions, and material from young artists.
From about 1993, the highest temperature superconductor was a ceramic material consisting of thallium, mercury, copper, barium, calcium and oxygen ( HgBa < sub > 2 </ sub > Ca < sub > 2 </ sub > Cu < sub > 3 </ sub > O < sub > 8 + δ </ sub >) with T < sub > c </ sub > = 138 K .< ref >
From a thermodynamics point of view, at the melting point the change in Gibbs free energy ( ΔG ) of the material is zero, but the enthalpy ( H ) and the entropy ( S ) of the material are increasing ( ΔH, ΔS > 0 ).
From studying the nano-scale morphology of living organisms many applications have been developed through multidisciplinary collaboration between biologists, chemists, bioengineers, nanotechnologists, and material scientists.
From the material and intellectual point of view, they enjoyed the same privileges as the members: board, lodging, books, spiritual and scholastic exercises but they had no votes.
From his days in magazine publishing, Jim Baen had a reputation for being able to recognize a gem in the rough and the ability to take a new author and nurture and train him up able to write salable material, and establish himself, which were some of the qualities desired by Simon and Schuster on their team.
From 1968 up to the 1970s, she also recorded more contemporary material according to classic pop songs with her albums Liza Minnelli ( 1968 ), Come Saturday Morning and New Feelin ' ( both 1970 ) from A & M Records.
From a societal point of view, marketing is the link between a society ’ s material requirements and its economic patterns of response.
From January 1944 until July 1945, large-scale production plants were set in operation, and the fissile material thus produced was then used to determine the features of the weapons.
From these experimental results, it was thought that the creation of a bomb was as simple as forming a critical mass of fissile material.
From January to August 1941, story material was developed based on additional pieces, including Ride of the Valkyries by Richard Wagner, The Swan of Tuonela by Jean Sibelius, Invitation to the Dance by Carl Maria von Weber, Flight of the Bumblebee by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, which was later adapted into the Bumble Boogie segment in Melody Time ( 1948 ), and there was even consideration for a segment inspired by the Polka and Fugue from Schwanda the Bagpiper by Jaromír Weinberger.
From live performances and both live and studio recordings, the new material was obviously a further progression ; the group was experimenting with various time signatures, such as 7 / 4, and was using more melody and a greater variation in song structure.
From the 1980s onwards Resnais has shown a particular interest in integrating material from other forms of popular culture into his films, drawing especially on music and the theatre.
In 2012, Swans released the live album We Rose From Your Bed With The Sun In Our Head, featuring material culled from their 2010 / 2011 tour, in support of production and recording costs for their forthcoming record, The Seer.

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