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Historically and literature
Historically, Jews have considered it of central importance: traditionally, children began their study of the Torah with Leviticus, and the midrashic literature on Leviticus is among the longest and most detailed of midrashic literature ( see Bamberger 1981: 737 ).
Historically, the ideals of chivalry were popularized in medieval literature, especially the Matter of Britain and Matter of France, the former based on Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae (" History of the Kings of Britain "), written in the 1130s.
Historically, nigger is controversial in literature due to its usage as both a racist insult and a common noun.
Historically, this was achieved by sending missionaries and the distribution of bibles and literature.
Historically, the term " romance " originates with the medieval ideal of chivalry as set out in its Romance literature.
Historically, science fiction conventions had focused primarily on literature, but the purview of many extends to such other avenues of expression as movies and television, comics, animation, and games.
Historically the portrayals of Jesus in Jewish literature were used as an excuse for antisemitism among Christians.
Historically, Magahi had no famous written literature.
Historically speaking, literature has composed the majority of fantasy works.
Historically, this condition has been associated with hysteria and more recently in the scientific literature with post-traumatic stress and panic attacks.
Historically, art and literature in Western culture has portrayed girls as symbols of innocence, purity, virtue and hope.

Historically and concerning
Historically, two doctrines concerning executive power have developed that enable the president to exercise executive power with a degree of autonomy.
Historically, African Americans have faced much harsher treatment concerning segregation than any other racial, ethnic, or ancestral group.

Historically and Muslim
Historically recognized Muslim empires number in the dozens.
Historically, Samaritans were a large community — up to more than a million in late Roman times, but were then gradually reduced to several tens of thousands a few centuries ago — their unprecedented demographic shrinkage has been a result of various historical events, including, most notably, the bloody suppression of the Third Samaritan Revolt ( 529 CE ) against the Byzantine Christian rulers, and mass conversion to Islam in the Early Muslim period of Palestine.
Historically, Muslim rulers have often remarried the wives of their conquered opponents in order to gain ties of kinship with their new subjects.
Historically, Europe has always been a mixture of Latin, Slavic, Germanic, Uralic, Celtic, Hellenic, Illyrian, Thracian and other cultures influenced by the importation of Hebraic, Christian, Muslim and other belief systems ; although the continent was supposedly unified by the super-position of Imperial Roman Christianity, it is accepted that geographic and cultural differences continued from antiquity into the modern age.
Historically, a dhimmi was a person who is protected under Islamic law by a pact contracted between non-Muslims and authorities from their Muslim government: this status was first made available to non-Muslims who were People of the Book ( e. g. Jews and Christians ), but was later extended to include Sikhs, Zoroastrians, Mandeans, Hindus and Buddhists.
Historically the island of Mactan and Manila and Cavite province also formed part of Bangsamoro as they were under Muslim rule.
Historically, Pakistan Muslim League can also refer to any of the following political parties in Pakistan:
Historically, Pakistan Muslim League can also refer to any of the following political parties in Pakistan:
Historically, the consensus of Muslim jurists understood that any loan that involved an increase in repayments was forbidden, and as such, the Islamic state prohibited it.
Historically, the Imam of a mosque has always been a leader in his local Muslim community.
Historically, Unaizah was an important stopping point for Muslim pilgrims coming from Mesopotamia ( now Iraq ) and Persia ( now Iran ) on their way to Makkah.
Historically, the Spanish adapted a great deal of military terms from the Arabic of their Muslim rivals.
Historically the Abun of the Ethiopian Church was appointed by the Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of All Africa, who had diocesan authority over Ethiopia and the rest of Africa, at the request of the Emperor and, in historic times, after paying a substantial fee to the Muslim government for the privilege.

Historically and political
Historically speaking, all political communities of the modern type owe their existence to successful warfare.
Historically and by the nature of their existence, wealthy individuals and organizations can exert influence over the political arena.
Comedy of manners, sometimes also called satire of manners, criticizes mode of life of common people ; political satire aims at behavior, manners of politicians, and vices of political systems ; Historically, Comedy of manners, which first appeared in British theater in 1620, has uncritically accepted the social code of the upper classes.
Historically, Unitarian Universalists have often been active in political causes, notably the civil rights movement, the gay rights movement, the social justice movement, and the feminist movement.
Historically, the ideal of Catholic political organization was a tightly interwoven structure of the Catholic Church and secular rulers generally known as Christendom, with the Catholic Church having a favoured place in the political structure.
Historically, military fiat had no relation to particular theories of economics or how to use the power of the state (" political science ").
Historically, political ecology has focused on phenomena in and affecting the developing world ; since the field s inception, “ research has sought primarily to understand the political dynamics surrounding material and discursive struggles over the environment in the third world ” ( Bryant 1998, p. 89 ).
Historically traditional ( or pagan ) religions typically combine religious authority and political power.
Historically, the word defenestration was used to refer to an act of political dissent.
Historically, the Fourth International was established in France in 1938: Trotsky and his supporters, having been expelled from the Soviet Union, considered the Comintern or Third International to have become " lost to " Stalinism and incapable of leading the international working class to political power.
Historically, the name of the town has changed due to political circumstances, Hungnod ( 1265 ), Huniad ( 1278 ), Hwnyadwar ( 1409 ), Vayda Hunyadi ( 1575 ).
Historically, the county and its dialect was influenced by its political alliances, conquerors and rulers — ranging from the Romans to the Goths, Navarrese, the Franks, Moors, Castilians and Catalans.
Historically, this has usually meant that the Prime Minister is the parliamentary leader of the largest political party in the House of Representatives.
Historically, domain name registries operated on a first-come-first-served system of allocation but may reject the allocation of specific domains on the basis of political, religious, historical, legal or cultural reasons.
Historically and to the present day, various social and political movements ( such as Social credit ) have criticized the involvement of the private sector in " creating money ," claiming that only the government should have the power to " make money.
Historically, Canadian political parties chose their candidates through nominating conventions held by constituency riding associations.
Historically, queens consort do not share the king regnant s political and military powers.
Historically, the major economic centre of a state or region often becomes the focal point of political power, and becomes a capital through conquest or federation.
Historically, whichever faction controlled Terra has held more political power than any single Great House.
: Historically interesting as Walther's political verses are, their merit has been somewhat exaggerated by many 19th and early 20th century German critics, who saw their own imperial aspirations and anti-papal prejudices reflected in this patriotic poet of the Middle Ages.
Historically in Soviet Russia, the term political theatre was sometimes referred to as agitprop theatre or simply agitprop, after the Soviet term agitprop.
Historically, the political organization of many communist states has been dominated by a single-party monopoly.

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