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But most damaging, the new situation effectively trapped Russian foreign policy: After 1913, Russia could not afford losing its last ally in this crucial area and thus had no alternatives but to unconditionally support Serbia when the crisis between Serbia and Austria broke out in 1914.
Though Gondwana was still intact in the beginning of the Cretaceous, it broke up as South America, Antarctica and Australia rifted away from Africa ( though India and Madagascar remained attached to each other ); thus, the South Atlantic and Indian Oceans were newly formed.
From Aeschylus ' Agamemnon, it appears that she has made a promise to Apollo to become his consort, but broke it, thus incurring his wrath: though she has retained the power of foresight, no one will believe her predictions.
Immediately before his execution on 31 January, Fawkes jumped from the scaffold where he was to be hanged and broke his neck, thus avoiding the agony of the mutilation that followed.
This, combined with the U. S. air campaign against Germany ’ s synthetic oil production, finally broke the back of the German economy and thus its capacity for further resistance.
He thus broke the tenuous union which had been reached between the Greek and the Latin Churches at the Second Council of Lyons in 1274 and further compromise was rendered impossible.
Christus, from whom the name had its origin, suffered the extreme penalty during the reign of Tiberius at the hands of one of our procurators, Pontius Pilatus, and a most mischievous superstition, thus checked for the moment, again broke out not only in Judæa, the first source of the evil, but even in Rome, where all things hideous and shameful from every part of the world find their centre and become popular.
Some states could not, and thus delayed sending representatives to Congress ; in a few cases, the system broke down to the point where states completely lacked representation.
In the 1771 German novel Geschichte des Fräuleins von Sternheim by Sophie von La Roche, a high-minded character complains about the newly introduced waltz among aristocrats thus: " But when he put his arm around her, pressed her to his breast, cavorted with her in the shameless, indecent whirling-dance of the Germans and engaged in a familiarity that broke all the bounds of good breeding — then my silent misery turned into burning rage.
However a later Patriarch, Mar Shimun XIII Dinkha, broke the union with the Catholic Church, thus he and other Patriarchs of the Shimun line are sometimes list as Patriarchs of the Assyrian Church of the East ), held position 1600 – 1653 < ref name =" friesian. com "> herlands ( 1588 – 1629 ), painter
Fannin sent couriers with word to rendezvous with him in Victoria and thus they broke off the attack.
She later ordered the construction of two more obelisks to celebrate her sixteenth year as pharaoh ; one of the obelisks broke during construction, and thus, a third was constructed to replace it.
However, the Korean War which broke in 1950 resulted in great turmoil for Korean society, thus undermining the development of horse racing.
That general defeated the Lucanians, who had actually laid siege to the city, in a pitched battle, and by several other successes to a great extent broke their power, and thus relieved the Thurians from all immediate danger from that quarter.
If someone broke his boundaries, thus getting more than his ordained part, then he would be punished by law.
Eleven years and sixteen men later, a young Dane IIlugi came along and broke Grimhild's curse, thus also causing her to die at last.
Although it was a commercial flop, the film broke stylistic ground by being more focused and less visually ambitious – and thus easier to emulate on a tight budget – than either RHPS or Ken Russell's 1975 adaptation of The Who's music and storyline from the album Tommy, or even a lower-budget affair like The Ramones ' Rock ' n ' Roll High School ( 1979 ).
: In breaking down the pre-capitalist framework of society, capitalism thus broke not only barriers that impeded its progress but also flying buttresses that prevented its collapse.
Austria supported the former, France the latter ; thus, a war broke out.
She later ordered the construction of two more obelisks to celebrate her sixteenth year as pharaoh ; one of the obelisks broke during construction, and thus, a third was constructed to replace it.
The author of the Lettre de Pierre Charpentier ( 1572 ) was not only " a Protestant of sorts, and thus, apparently, writing with inside knowledge ", but also " an extreme apologist for the massacre ... in his view ... a well-merited punishment for years of civil disobedience secret sedition ..." A strand of Catholic writing, especially by Italian authors, broke from the official French line to applaud the massacre as precisely a brilliant stratagem, deliberately planned from various points beforehand.
Kalonzo Musyoka then broke away from Raila's ODM to mount his own fringe bid for the presidency, thus narrowing down the contest between the main candidates, Kibaki, the incumbent, and Odinga.
In 1940, subordinates of his led by Frank Rowlett broke Japan's PURPLE cipher, thus disclosing Japanese diplomatic secrets before America's entrance into World War II.
A fire then broke out in the ship's cargo hold, forcing the boarding parties to evacuate the Dutch freighter, thus preventing any further investigation.

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He also ordered the construction of the Palais du Parlement ( finished under Francis I ) and ensured that the Bishop pledged allegiance, thus forging the political union of the city.
Planters to the east, either out of conviction to their consciences or to save their property, signed an oath of allegiance to the United States, thus bringing a rift among neighbors who were willing to lose everything including their lives, for the cause of the South ; and, they felt very bitter toward any neighbor signing such an oath.
Not only that, he consecrated his successor Mar Thoma VI without any assistance from foreign bishops, thus severing all allegiance to foreign bishops. Until Mar Thoma V, Malankara Church followed almost entirely East Syriac language, liturgy and practices.
He pledges allegiance with neither of his feuding sons, but with the people of Colonus, who thus far have treated him well, and further asks them for protection from Creon.
The French-speaking population of Madawaska were " Brayons " — nominally British subjects — who ( at least rhetorically ) considered themselves to belong to the unofficial " République du Madawaska ", and thus professed allegiance to neither Americans nor British.
Finally, the Diet, meeting in Sebeş on March 12, 1556, swore again allegiance to " the son of King John ", thus the young king and his mother returned to Transylvania.
Influenced by the " Third Way " strategy of other European leaders such as Tony Blair and Gerhard Schröder, under Klima's chairmanship the Social Democrats played down their allegiance to Marxism and thus to their own political roots and very clearly continued their move from the political left towards the centre, frequently using spin doctors and embracing populism as a political strategy.
The town was taken in 1148 by the Venetians and in 1150 Pula swore allegiance to the Republic of Venice, thus becoming a Venetian possession.
Not being present at the meetingof the Dilazak, he claimed he had no allegiance to the decisions made there and was thus not bound by any promises.
However they opposed to swear allegiance to the Soviet State, thus they were deported to Kaluga city in interior of Russia.
However, both Desh and the source are unaware of Elan and Vergere's true allegiance ; thus, they believe that Elan and Vergere are genuine traitors to the Yuuzhan Vong.
* Salih III ibn Sa ' id ( 917-927 ); in gratitude, he acknowledged the Umayyads as the rightful caliphs, thus transferring his nominal allegiance.
He had seen his dream of eventually engendering an American Revolution-style federation between all the newly independent republics, with a government ideally set-up solely to recognize and uphold individual rights, succumb to the pressures of particular interests throughout the region, which rejected that model and had little or no allegiance to liberal principles, thus Valero de Bernabé's dream that Puerto Rico and Cuba would be liberated from Spanish rule and join the Great Colombia ( known as the United Provinces of New Granada ) as an independent state called Borinquen were not realized.
Despite coming from a predominantly pro-Union area, O ' Ferrall felt his true allegiance to be to Virginia, and he thus joined the Confederate side of the war.
A selection from a historical election poster describing Andrew. When Andrew took office on January 2, 1861, on the eve of the Civil War, the Albany Argus called him " a lawyer of a low type and a brutal fanatic " who " proposes to maintain the condemned statutes of, and to force upon the South by arms, an allegiance to the Constitution thus violated.
' Endsieg ' was part of the Nazi doctrine: Temporary losses ( including of civilian lives ) notwithstanding, the ' Third Reich ' would ultimately prevail, and thus any breakdown in allegiance to Nazi ideology was not to be tolerated.
" The Federal Court also expressed that giving allegiance to the sovereign was " a solemn intention to adhere to the symbolic keystone of the Canadian Constitution, thus pledging an acceptance of the whole of our Constitution and national life ," though also reflecting: " It may be argued that it strikes at the very heart of democracy to curtail collective opposition and incentive for change by demanding loyalty to a particular political theory.
However, the Standing Committee on the Legislative Assembly found that the monarch referred to in the Oath of Allegiance was already the personification of the Canadian state, and thus it was redundant to offer allegiance to both the Queen and to Canada.
In such a political climate most of the soldiers of the Legions declined to swear allegiance to a non-existing king of Poland and foreign government, thus leading to the so-called Oath Crisis
This parish was carved out of the huge medieval Stepney parish for an area then dominated by Huguenots ( French Protestants and other ' dissenters ' who owed no allegiance to the Church of England and thus to the King ) as a show of Anglican authority.
Ali, who was present, was thus under pressure to immediately give his allegiance, his bay ' ah, to Uthman, which he did accordingly.
This increased the willingness of leading Swedes in Finland to switch their allegiance from Stockholm to Saint Petersburg, and thus contributed to the subsequent split of Sweden in 1808 / 09.
Just as Ali had refused to give his allegiance ( bay ' ah ) to Abu Bakr, many of the Muslims of Medina had also refused, thus they were known as: " Shī ‘ at ‘ Alī " ( the " Party of Ali ").
The Incitement to Disaffection Act 1934 is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that made it an offence to endeavour to seduce a member of HM Forces from his " duty or allegiance to His Majesty ", thus expanding the ambit of the law.

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