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would and remain
Someone would have to remain in the office continually.
He would remain in the tent, waiting impatiently, occupied by some trivial task.
However, many herpetologists remain skeptical and would prefer a tentative maximum of about 30 feet.
As early as 1913 Ghoreyeb and Karsner demonstrated with perfusion studies in dogs that bronchial artery flow would remain constant at a certain low level when pressure was maintained in the pulmonary artery and vein, but that increases in bronchial artery flow would occur in response to a relative drop in pulmonary artery pressure.
The state's railroad system counted miles of broken bridges and missing rights-of-way: it would obviously remain out of commission for weeks.
William was adamant on one point: under no circumstances would he allow the Negroes to remain on the plantation with his and Henry's slaves if they were told of their coming freedom.
Otherwise, freedom would mean removal from the state in which `` as the place of their past residence from birth, or for many years, it would be materially for their advantage to be at liberty to remain ''.
And He laid down for him certain conditions: so that, if he kept the command of God, then he would always remain as he was, that is, immortal ; ;
And so she was, and would remain.
The continued existence of TAI was questioned in a 2007 letter from the BIPM to the ITU-R which stated " In the case of a redefinition of UTC without leap seconds, the CCTF would consider discussing the possibility of suppressing TAI, as it would remain parallel to the continuous UTC.
In 1255, the Mongols swept through eastern and central Anatolia, and would remain until 1335.
For centuries after the fall of the Achaemenid Empire in 331 BCE, Imperial Aramaic — or near enough for it to be recognisable — would remain an influence on the various native Iranian languages.
Water at such depths would normally escape upwards but the unusual conditions that exist along the eastern Pacific Rim allow the moisture to remain intact.
* Abdur Rahman bin Awf ( who would remain an important part of the Rashidun Caliphate )
Other major ideas in the book of Amos include: social justice and concern for the disadvantaged ; the idea that Israel's covenant with God did not exempt them from accountability for sin ; God is God of all nations ; God is judge of all nations ; God is God of moral righteousness ; God made all people ; God elected Israel and then liberated Israel so that He would be known throughout the world ; election by God means that those elected are responsible to live according to the purposes clearly outlined to them in the covenant ; if God destroys the unjust, a remnant will remain ; and God is free to judge whether to redeem Israel.
The house was restored to the U. S. in 1818, though the fur trade would remain under British control until American pioneers following the Oregon Trail began filtering into the port town in the mid-1840s.
At the Southern Commercial Convention of 1854, Pike said the South should remain in the Union and seek equality with the North, but if the South " were forced into an inferior status, she would be better out of the Union than in it.
* 1894 – Norway formally adopts the Krag-Jørgensen rifle as the main arm of its armed forces, a weapon that would remain in service for almost 50 years.
Athanasius did, however, remain in contact with his people through his annual Festal Letters, in which he also announced on which date Easter would be celebrated that year.
Conversely the use of true brass seems to have declined in Western Europe during this period in favour of gunmetals and other mixed alloys but by the end of the first Millennium AD brass artefacts are found in Scandinavian graves in Scotland, brass was being used in the manufacture of coins in Northumbria and there is archaeological and historical evidence for the production of brass in Germany and The Low Countries areas rich in calamine ore which would remain important centres of brass making throughout the medieval period, especially Dinant – brass objects are still collectively known as dinanterie in French.
While 55 % thought he " would have something worthwhile to contribute and should remain active in public life ", 68 % thought he would be remembered for his " involvement in personal scandal ", and 58 % answered " No " to the question " Do you generally think Bill Clinton is honest and trustworthy?

would and Berlin
If there were no West Berlin problem, imperialist quarters would have invented an excuse for stepping up the armaments race to try to solve the internal and external problems besetting the United States and its NATO partners.
One effect of the spirited give-and-take of these discussions was to focus attention on practical applications and the necessity of being armed with the facts: knowledge of the destructive force of even the tiniest `` tactical '' atomic weapon would have a bearing on judgments as to the advisability of its use -- to defend Berlin, for example ; ;
Khrushchev, for all his bombastic prophecies about the inevitable decay of capitalism, is genuinely favorable to `` peaceful coexistence '' and would like, above all, the Berlin and German problems to be settled peacefully ; ;
The President and his advisers felt that the time might have come to warn Premier Khrushchev against a grave miscalculation in areas such as Berlin, Iran or Latin America from which there would be no turning back.
The two United States regiments in Berlin would have provided little resistance against a Soviet attack.
Not only does the ensuing crisis rank with the Berlin Blockade, the Suez Crisis and the Yom Kippur War as one of the major confrontations of the Cold War, it is generally regarded as the moment in which the Cold War came closest to turning into a nuclear conflict, or possibly World War III, where it is estimated that 100 million Americans and over 100 million Russians would have perished.
Since Berlin was strategically more important than Cuba, the trade would be a win for Khrushchev.
Kennedy concluded that attacking Cuba by air would signal the Soviets to presume " a clear line " to conquer Berlin.
Kennedy also believed that United States ' allies would think of the US as " trigger-happy cowboys " who lost Berlin because they could not peacefully resolve the Cuban situation.
The British wanted Berlin but Eisenhower decided it would be a military mistake for him to attack Berlin, and said orders to that effect would have to be explicit.
Working with Brian Eno while sharing an apartment in Schöneberg with Iggy Pop, he began to focus on minimalist, ambient music for the first of three albums, co-produced with Tony Visconti, that would become known as his Berlin Trilogy.
During his four years in Berlin, Munch sketched out most of the ideas that would comprise his major work, The Frieze of Life, first designed for book illustration but later expressed in paintings.
In his Addresses to the German Nation ( 1808 ), a series of speeches delivered in Berlin under French occupation, he urged the German peoples to " have character and be German "-- entailed in his idea of Germanness was antisemitism, since he argued that " making Jews free German citizens would hurt the German nation.
Irving Berlin quipped, " The world would not be in such a snarl, had Marx been Groucho instead of Karl ", In his book The Groucho Phile, Marx says " I've been a liberal Democrat all my life ", and " I frankly find Democrats a better, more sympathetic crowd ....
Germans standing on top of the Berlin Wall at the Brandenburg Gate, November 1989 ; it would begin to be torn apart in the following days.
At a military briefing on that day, Hitler stated that he would not be leaving Berlin, in spite of Soviet advances.
On July 25, 1961, Kennedy insisted in a presidential address that the U. S. would defend West Berlin, asserting its Four-Power rights, while making it clear that challenging the Soviet presence in Germany was not possible.
Only two weeks before Kennedy had spoken in more conciliatory tones, speaking of " improving relations with the Soviet Union ": in response to Kennedy's Berlin speech, Nikita Khrushchev, days later, remarked that " one would think that the speeches were made by two different Presidents.
He ensured that film studios such as UFA at Babelsberg near Berlin continued to produce a stream of comedies and light romances, which drew mass audiences to the cinema where they would also watch propaganda newsreels and Nazi epics.
On 22 April, largely as a result of Goebbels ' influence, Hitler announced that he would not leave Berlin, but would stay and fight, and if necessary die, in defence of the capital.
Even if he was willing and able to escape Berlin and reach the north, it was unlikely that Dönitz, whose only concern was to negotiate a settlement with the western Allies that would save Germany from Soviet occupation, would want such a notorious figure as Goebbels heading his government.

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