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From there he conducts and dispatches military expeditions to all parts of the world.
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From and there
From above one could only occasionally catch a glimpse of life on the floor of this green sea: a neighbor's gingham skirt flashing into sight for an instant on the path beneath her grape-arbor, or the movement of hands above a clothesline and the flutter of garments hung there, half-way down the block.
From the night of August 30 to the morning of September 2 there was no Union cavalry east of the Macon railway to disclose to Sherman that he was missing the greatest opportunity of his career.
From New Jersey, Morgan hastened to the headquarters of Washington at Whitemarsh, Pennsylvania, arriving there on November 18th.
From there it looked across at Westchester County and the Hudson River where the manor houses, estates, and big farms of the original ( non-Indian ) landowners began.
From there I turned left along Cumhuriyet Cadesi past more hotels and a park on the left, Republic Gardens, and came in a few moments to Taksim Square, one of the hubs of the city, with the Monument of the Republic, erected in 1928, in its center.
`` 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 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 1764 onwards, there was a gradual change from a slave-based society to one based on production for domestic consumption and export.
From there, his body was taken to the home of Colonel William Inge, which had been his headquarters in Corinth.
From there Alaric escaped with difficulty, and not without some suspicion of connivance by Stilicho, who supposedly had again received orders to depart.
From there she negotiated with the emperor for the safety of family members left in the capital, while protesting her sons ' innocence of hostile actions ; under the falsehood of making a vesperal visit to worship at the church, she deliberately excluded the grandson of Botaneiates and his loyal tutor, met with Alexios and Isaac and fled for the forum of Constantine.
From there he waged an intermittent civil war against his grandfather, which first secured him recognition of his post as co-emperor, and ultimately led to the deposition of Andronikos II in 1328.
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 there we see Jesus ' ministry move from Galilee ( chapters 4 – 9 ), through Samaria and Judea ( chs.
From Kola, there are indications of a similar situation, suggesting a population of around 20 adults.
From the time of the Spanish colonies there has existed a type of sorbet made from fallen hail or snow.
From there, the Acadians spread throughout the Valley, in various communities, building dykes to claim the tidal lands along the Annapolis and Cornwallis Rivers.
From the early 1940s to the late 1950s, there were scores of Sunday strip-style magazine ads for Cream of Wheat using the Abner characters, and in the 1950s, Fearless Fosdick became a spokesman for Wildroot Cream-Oil hair tonic in a series of daily strip-style print ads.
From the beach there are also views of the San Francisco skyline and the San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge.
From and conducts
From the over-sized runway and the massive hangar located at Air Force Plant 42 Site 9, NASA conducts worldwide environmental research with its ER-1 ( a U-2 variant ) and cutting edge deep space imaging with the 747-based SOFIA infrared telescope.
From 2007, the CEG Tech Forum conducts an international techno-management festival, under the patronage of UNESCO, called Kurukshetra.
From there, an alpha-motor neuron conducts an efferent impulse back to the quadriceps femoris muscle, triggering contraction.
From and dispatches
* The London Gazette Extraordinary, 6 November 1805 original published dispatches, Naval History: Great Britain, EuroDocs: Primary Historical Documents From Western Europe, Brigham Young University Library.
From the information that can be extracted from the large Cybo-Malaspina Archive, and from rescripts and dispatches of the Crown of the two Duchess Maria Teresa and Maria Beatrice d ' Este ( apart from several other sources ) can be reconstructed the policy held by the Duchy of Massa and Carrara in the period roughly between 1450 and 1800.
From and military
From the mid-1980s through at least 1992, the United States was the primary source of military and other support for the UNITA rebel movement, which was led from its creation through 2002 by Jonas Savimbi.
From May 1943 onwards there was very close cooperation between the British and American military intelligence organisations.
From the time of the end of the Seven Years ' War in 1763, Great Britain and its successor the United Kingdom has been one of the leading military and economic powers of the world.
From 1902 until its abrogation in 1934, the Platt Amendment authorized the US to use military force to preserve Cuba's independence.
From the late 1940s to 1989, the extensive Czechoslovak Armed Forces ( about 200, 000 ) formed one of the pillars of the Warsaw Pact military alliance.
From its founding, the Cheka was an important military and security arm of the Bolshevik communist government.
From an early stage, the rebels received decisive financial and military support from the United States government, initially supplemented by the Argentine dictatorship of the time.
From the dissolution of the All-Palestine Government in 1959 until 1967, the Gaza Strip was directly administered by an Egyptian military governor.
From the early days of the Republic, ten years of military service were a citizen's duty and a prerequisite for election to public office.
From the time beginning with the incorporation of the Portuguese Empire in 1580 ( lost in 1640 ) until the loss of its American colonies in the 19th century, Spain maintained the largest empire in the world even though it suffered fluctuating military and economic fortunes from the 1640s.
From 1919 to 1924, the Honduran government expended US $ 7. 2 million beyond the amount covered by the regular budgets for military operations.
From 1959, in a process that accelerated in 1961, Nehru adopted the " Forward Policy " of setting up military outposts in disputed areas of the Sino-Indian border, including in 43 outposts in territory not previously controlled by India.
From 1943 to his death in 1980, he held the rank of Marshal of Yugoslavia, serving as the supreme commander of the Yugoslav military, the Yugoslav People's Army ( JNA ).
From roughly 1560, purely honorific orders were established, as a way to confer prestige and distinction, unrelated to military service and chivalry in the more narrow sense.
From 1977 to 1978, the Afghan armed forces conduced joint military training with the Military of Egypt.
From the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840 until 1844 small detachments of British Imperial troops based in New Zealand were the only military.
From 1850 until 1903, the United States used troops to suppress separatist uprisings and quell social disturbances on many occasions, creating a long-term animosity among the Panamanian people against the US military and resentment against Bogotá.
From 1947 until 1977, the United States supplied about US $ 750, 000 worth of military hardware each year and trained more than 2, 000 Paraguayan military officers in counter-intelligence and counterinsurgency.