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This goal, of showing the movement towards unity, explains Bede's animosity towards the British method of calculating Easter: much of the Historia is devoted to a history of the dispute, including the final resolution at the Synod of Whitby in 664.
His goal in the 3 1 group win over Argentina was his 25th for England in just 38 appearances, but his individual success could not be replicated by that of the team, which was eliminated in the quarter final by Brazil, who went on to win the tournament.
This was his 48th goal for his country his 49th and final goal would follow a month later in a 4 0 win over Colombia during a warm-up tour for the 1970 World Cup, designed to get the players adapted to altitude conditions.
The match ended in a 1-0 defeat His final goal had come a month earlier, on 31 March, in a 2-0 win at Southampton, also in the First Division.
The final goal of bankruptcy is to liquidate company assets and pay its creditors.
On September 8, 1974, Tom Wilkinson, quarterback for the Edmonton Eskimos, unsuccessfully attempted a drop kick field goal in the final seconds of a 24-2 romp over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
For example, according to ancient Hebrew belief, life takes a linear ( and not cyclical ) path ; the world began with God and is constantly headed toward God ’ s final goal for creation.
Then, in the grand final against Melbourne, Essendon set a grand final record score of 22. 18 ( 150 ) to Melbourne 13. 9 ( 87 ), with 7 goal centre half forward Gordon Lane.
It wasn't until the celebratory banquet that evening that Hurst realised he had scored a hat-trick, assuming that the final whistle had been blown before he'd struck the ball into the net for his third goal.
He officially joined Nagoya Grampus Eight after playing his final game for Spurs on 2 May 1992, when he scored the consolation goal in a 3 1 defeat by Manchester United on the last day of the season.
Later, Valentinius ( Valentinus ), taught that gnosis was the privileged Gnosis kardias " knowledge of the heart " or " insight " about the spiritual nature of the cosmos, that brought about salvation to the pneumatics — the name given to those believed to have reached the final goal of sanctity.
The goal was to break through the lines of the U. S. 7th Army and French 1st Army to support the southern thrust in the Ardennes offensive, the final major German offensive of the war.
To mention a few of the memorable milestones on the road to the scudetto: a decisive win against Juventus ( 2 0 ), with a goal scored by Elkjær after having lost a boot in a tackle just outside the box, set the stage early in the championship ; an away win over Udinese ( 5 3 ) ended any speculation that the team was losing energy at the midway point ; three straight wins ( including a hard fought 1 0 victory against a strong AS Roma side ) served notice that the team had kept its polish and focus intact during their rival's final surge ; and a 1 1 draw in Bergamo against Atalanta secured the title with a game in hand.
The 2008 season saw the two teams meet twice again ; on November 23 the two teams battled to a 20-20 tie until Vinatieri booted a 51-yard field goal on the final play and a 23-20 Colts win ; the Colts surged to 12-4 but lost the AFC South title to the Titans ; they thus had to travel to meet the 8-8 Chargers on January 3.
His explanation is based on small accumulated changes that take place without a final goal.
The team's other two wins came in a season sweep of the Cleveland Browns including a Week 17 24 21 victory sealed by a Mike Hollis 34-yard field goal in the Browns ' final game before the team relocated to Baltimore and was renamed the Ravens.
In the team's final game of the regular season against the Atlanta Falcons, needing a win to earn a playoff berth, the Jaguars caught a bit of luck when Morten Andersen missed a 30 yard field goal with less than a minute remaining that would have given the Falcons the lead.
The Chicago Fire would put together an onslaught of scoring opportunities, putting 10 shots on goal, including 3 in the final 10 minutes.
However, amazingly, the Wizards did just that by scoring 2 goals in the first half, while little known Jack Jewsbury scored the deciding goal in second half stoppage time to move KC onto the conference final for the second year in a row.
Dalglish also scored three days later on his Anfield debut in a 2 0 victory over Newcastle United, and he scored Liverpool's sixth goal when they beat Keegan's Hamburg 6 0 in the second leg of the 1977 UEFA Super Cup final.
By the end of his first season with Liverpool, Dalglish had played 62 times and scored 31 goals, including the winning goal in the 1978 European Cup Final final at Wembley against Bruges.
His 30th and final international goal had been two years earlier, on 14 November 1984, in a 3 1 win over Spain in a World Cup qualifier, also at Hampden Park.

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But the fighting marshal's fifty-year run of immunity from violent death came to a full and final stop one night in a street at Cromwell, Oklahoma, where he had been sent to clean up the gambling and vice rackets.
But though each of its members had asserted this right against the Union, the final Constitution which the Confederacy signed on March 11 -- nearly a month before hostilities began -- included no explicit provision authorizing a state to secede.
You probably would not remember, since you never seemed to remember even the same moments as I, much less their intensity, one sunny midday on Fifth Avenue when you had set out with me for some final shopping less than a week before the wedding you staged for me with such reluctance at the Farm.
I must have written to say how much I had enjoyed his fine book The Building Of Eternal Rome, and I found he had not regretted giving me the highest mark in his old course on the later Latin poets, although in my final examination I had ignored the questions and filled the bluebook with a comparison of Propertius and Coleridge.
It had just suffered a calamity, the final crisis in a long series of calamities.
One had to believe in final events or one was stranded in the abyss of nothing.
In fact, we had one birth before the end of the course, and another student had to take the final examiantion a week early, just to be on the safe side.
Moreover, prudence alone would indicate that, unless the local customs are already ready to fall when pushed, the results of direct economic action everywhere upon national chain stores will likely be simply to give undue advantage to local and state stores which conform to these customs, leading to greater decentralization and local autonomy within the company, or even ( as the final self-defeat of an unjust application of economic pressure to correct injustice ) to its going out of business in certain sections of the country ( as, for that matter, the Quakers, who once had many meetings in the pre-Civil War South, largely went out of business in that part of the country over the slavery issue, never to recover a large number of southern adherents ).
Party leaders came out of the final meeting apparently satisfied and stated that complete agreement had been reached on a solution to the crisis created by the elections which left no party with enough strength to form a government on its own.
The Broncs did hit two quick strikes in the final period against the Texans, but Dallas had enough of a lead to hold them off.
After playing a splendid first nine holes in 34 -- two strokes under par -- on this fifth and final day of the tournament ( Sunday's fourth round had been washed out by a violent rainstorm when it was only half completed ), Player's game rapidly fell to pieces.
At one point late in the day, when Palmer was lining up a 25-foot putt on the 16th, a thunderous cheer from the direction of the 18th green unmistakably announced that Player had birdied the final hole.
A final factor which contributed greatly to the fragmentation of the Congo, immediately after independence, was the provincial structure that had been established by the Belgians for convenience in administration.
Only in its final scene, where Beatie Bryant ( Mary Doyle ) shakes off the disappointment of being jilted by her intellectual lover and proclaims her emancipation do we get much which makes worthwhile the series of boorish rustic happenings we have had to watch for most of the first two and one-half acts.
It would be at once the most tentative and most final treaty that Earth had ever signed.
Hopes that the 2005 Ashes series would be closely fought proved well-founded, as the series was more competitive than anyone had predicted and was still undecided as the closing session of the final Test began.
The two terms may not have originally been distinguished ; though in Homer's poems nectar is usually the drink and ambrosia the food of the gods ; it was with ambrosia Hera " cleansed all defilement from her lovely flesh ", and with ambrosia Athena prepared Penelope in her sleep, so that when she appeared for the final time before her suitors, the effects of years had been stripped away and they were inflamed with passion at the sight of her.
During the third and final lunar excursion of the mission, astronauts Young and Duke were to explore North Ray Crater, the largest of any of the craters any Apollo expedition had visited.
The first two acts were successfully premièred in Zürich in 1937, but for personal reasons Helene Berg subsequently imposed a ban on any attempt to " complete " the final act, which Berg had in fact completed in particell ( short score ) format.
The final boundary was set in 1425 by an arbitration tribunal and Lucerne had to give the three Ämter to be collectively ruled.
One final act had to be performed, however: al-Fihri's general, al-Sumayl, had to be dealt with, and he was garroted in Córdoba's jail.

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