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was and reinstated
After this deed he fled to Talmai, the king of Geshur () ( see also or ), his maternal grandfather, and it was not until three years later that he was fully reinstated in his father's favour and finally returned to Jerusalem.
It was recorded for the original Broadway cast recording but not included on the LP release ; it was reinstated on a later CD release.
Much later, he was reinstated by the British, ruling during 1839-1842.
Since the rule was reinstated in its present form, Gil Hodges of the Dodgers holds the record for most sacrifice flies in one season with 19, in 1954 ; Eddie Murray holds the record for most sacrifice flies in a career with 128.
The same year, New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner was reinstated from a lifelong suspension that was instituted by Selig's predecessor Fay Vincent.
The new government did away with the romanization of the Khmer language that the French colonial administration was beginning to enforce and officially reinstated the Khmer script.
The post of Chief Secretary was reinstated in 1992 after having been abolished in 1986.
The post was abolished in 1994, and reinstated by Kate Hudson for herself in 2010.
To correct this inequity, the rank of commodore as a single star flag officer was reinstated by both services in the early 1980s.
Trumbo was reinstated in the Writers Guild of America, West, and was credited on all subsequent scripts.
He was expelled from the Science Fiction League as " a disruptive influence " but was later reinstated.
Suspended after World War II, the celebration was reinstated in 1966 as the national holiday Kenkoku Kinen no hi (" National Foundation Day ").
SOE apologized for this abrupt change in policy and reinstated the option for an additional week after which it was removed permanently.
It was dropped in 1924, leading to the foundation of the Fédération Internationale de Hockey sur Gazon ( FIH ) as an international governing body by seven continental European nations, and hockey was reinstated in 1928.
This was seen in the Concordat of 1801, which formally reinstated the Catholic Church in France.
Excerpt from Josiah King's The Examination and Tryal of Father Christmas ( 1686 ), published shortly after Christmas was reinstated as a holy day in England.
Photios was removed from his office and banished about the end of September 867, and Ignatios was reinstated on November 23.
Photius was deposed and barred from the patriarchal office, while Ignatius was reinstated.

was and later
He was a man, those neighbors testified later, who didn't have a friend in the world.
`` Fred was mighty crude about the way he took in cattle '' his own hired man, Andy Ross, mentioned later.
I seized the rack and made a western-style flying-mount just in time, one of my knees mercifully landing on my duffel bag -- and merely wrecking my camera, I was to discover later -- my other knee landing on the slivery truck floor boards and -- but this is no medical report.
Twenty minutes later she was at the desk of the Grafin's pension, her tears dried, signing a hotel form and asking for a bath.
( Her account was later confirmed by the Scobee-Frazier Expedition from the University of Manitoba in 1951.
To Tilghman the incident was just one of a long list of hair-raising, smash-'em-down adventures on the side of the law which started in 1872 when he was only eighteen years old, and did not end till fifty years later when he was shot dead after warning a drunk to be quiet.
he became Otto Klemperer's personal assistant at the Cologne Opera, and a year later was promoted to the position of regular conductor.
Seven years later he was asked to become director of the Pittsburgh Symphony.
The state's rights position was formulated by Jefferson and Madison in the Kentucky and Virginia Resolves, but in their later careers as heads of state the two proved themselves better Hamiltonians than Jeffersonians.
Whether in prose or poetry, all of Heidenstam's later work was concerned with Sweden.
and, `` I do think that families are the most beautiful things in all the world '', burst out Jo some five hundred pages later in that popular story of the March family, which had first appeared when Henrietta was eight ; ;
We were given a job and we carried it out, and later, his case was taken up by the Disciplinary Committee.
`` How about your press conference three days later -- what was the reason for that??
People think the dress in the picture was lengthened by an artist much later on.
Another Indiana observer later commented, `` Perhaps we shall never know how much was spent ( by Hearst ), but if as much money was expended elsewhere as in Indiana a liberal fortune was squandered ''.
A few weeks later the maps were being divided into squares and a position was described as being `` about lots 239, 247 and 272 with pickets forward as far as 196 ''.
At the trial which took place later, the Pomham matter was completely omitted.
it was demonstrated, many critics would later point out, in the length of his novels.
A few days later it was learned that General Howe was planning an attack upon the American camp.
Boniface was later to explain to the English that Robert of Burgundy and Guy De St.-Pol were easy enough to do business with ; ;

was and year
He was silent a moment, thinking he could use a man this time of year, and if the girl could cook, it would give him more time in the meadows, but he knew nothing about the couple.
School began in August, the hottest part of the year, and for the first few days Miss Langford was very lenient with the children, letting them play a lot and the new ones sort of get acquainted with one another.
He was not enthusiastic over the newly acquired Claude Lorrain, but reminisced with pleasure over a Poussin exhibit he had been able to see in Paris a year ago.
After a year in a studio on Sheridan Square, having married an American girl who was a native of Virginia, Helion moved to a village in the Blue Ridge mountains, where he produced some of the most imposing of his abstract canvases.
A year ago, when I met with you, the nation was emerging from an economic downturn, even though the signs of resurgent prosperity were not then sufficiently convincing to the doubtful.
`` Don't forget, here was a man who had been accusing his colleagues for almost a year of willfully attempting to present an incorrect report.
It was a merry if somewhat soggy Christmas for me that year.
Meynell once again paid his debts and it was Katie, rather than Thompson, whose life was soon ended, for she died in childbirth in April, 1901, in the first year of her marriage.
Alexander Vasilievitch Suvorov, now in his fifty-ninth year ( ten years Potemkin's senior ), was a thin, worn-faced person of less than medium height who looked like a professor of botany.
He rose at 4:00 A.M. the year round and was apt to stride through camp crowing like a cock to wake his men.
So persistent were these attacks that in March of the following year, Woodruff was finally moved to action, and Pike was to learn his first lesson in frontier politics, the subtle art of diversion.
But because the governor was determined that friendship should not influence him one way or the other, he looked for a printer with a knowledge of the law ( which Woodruff did not have ), and awarded the contract to a lawyer named John Steele who had started a newspaper in Helena the year before.
Very soon after his arrival in Little Rock, Pike had joined one of the most influential organizations in town, the Little Rock Debating Society, and it was with this group that he made his debut as an orator, being invited to deliver the annual Fourth of July address the club sponsored every year.
But he was happy to tell her that his finances were now in such condition that he could go back to Harvard for a third year with Professor Baker.
It was in the spring of the year when he took to his bed and Tessie and Alfred found out that they didn't know each other.
In spite of this catastrophe the final mortality figure from disease in the American Army during World War 1, was 15 per 1,000 per year, contrasted with 110 per 1,000 per year in the Mexican War, and 65 in the American Civil War.
As the total number of incepting bachelors in 1629 was, according to Masson ( Life, 1:218 ) and n, two hundred fifty-nine, the twenty-four names listed in the ordo senioritatis for that year constitute slightly less than one tenth of the total number of bachelors who then incepted.
Christ's College was well represented that year in the ordo, and the name highest on the list from that college was Milton's, fourth in the entire university.
Nothing was going to be done this year to celebrate Garibaldi's bold and unsuccessful defense of Rome.
Until the last year or so the profession of friendship with the United States had been an article of faith with Trujillo, and altogether too often this profession was accepted here as evidence of his good character.

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