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However, Margaret Sleeboom-Faulkner of the Department of Anthropology at the University of Sussex said Kanzō Umehara considered the Ainu and some Ryukyuans to have " preserved their proto-Mongoloid traits " According to anthropologist Elsie Clews Parsons physical features of the Proto-Mongoloid were characterized as, " a straight-haired type, medium in complexion, jaw protrusion, nose-breadth, and inclining probably to round-headedness ".
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However, in the 1980s, under the leadership of Margaret Thatcher, and the influence of Keith Joseph, there was a dramatic shift in the ideological direction of British conservatism, with a movement towards free-market economic policies.
However, a shop girl from Ontario, Margaret Ryan, claimed the baby was hers, and brought a writ of habeas corpus in Landis's court.
However, the election of the Conservative Party led by Margaret Thatcher at the general election in May 1979, at the expense of Labour's James Callaghan, saw substantial trade union reform which saw the level of strikes fall, but also the level of trade union membership fall.
However, by the late 14th century, these low-boarded vessels were at a disadvantage against newer, taller vessels – when the Victual Brothers, in the employee of the Hansa, attacked Bergen in the autumn of 1393, the " great ships " of the pirates could not be boarded by the Norwegian levy ships called out by Margaret I of Denmark and the raiders were able to sack the town with impunity.
However, Margaret herself is shown to have contemplated infidelity with a man she met on holiday in the episode " Warm Champagne ", eventually deciding against it.
However, it was in the 1980s under the leaderships of Margaret Thatcher in the UK and Ronald Reagan in the USA, that privatization gained worldwide momentum.
However, both Clinton and Larson present the possibility that Margaret was in fact Tubman's daughter.
However, Margaret wished to be a nun ( and was later canonized ); Charles instead married ( on 18 November 1268 ), Margaret, Countess of Tonnerre ( 1250 – 4 September 1308, Tonnerre ), the daughter of Eudes of Burgundy.
However, it is unlikely that this was intended to allow Margaret to rule alone as queen regnant, but rather jointly with her future spouse, whoever he might be.
However, Margaret, travelling to her new kingdom, died shortly after landing on the Orkney Islands around 26 September 1290.
However, not all primatologists agree that the studies are flawed ; for example, Jim Moore provides a critique of Margaret Powers ' assertions < ref >
However, Lady Margaret died without having mentioned the foundation of St John's in her will, and it was largely the work of Fisher that ensured that the college was founded.
However, Margaret declined to let Prince Edward land in England or to land there herself until Warwick had established a firm government and made the country safe for them.
" However, according to Hearst interviewer Margaret Singer, a noted authority on prisoner of war and other victims including Maryknoll priests released from the People's Republic of China in the 1950s, this is not unusual in such cases.
However, the marriage was pushed through by Henry II when Young Henry and Margaret were small children, so that he could seize the castles.
However, Fordun's chronicle was not written until the later 14th century, and the near-contemporary account of the life of St Margaret, by Bishop Turgot, makes no mention of a castle.
However, when his second wife Mary was killed in a riding accident in 1978 in Sydney, he decided to return to active politics, first serving as a shadow minister without portfolio in the Shadow Cabinets of Ted Heath and Margaret Thatcher, then serving again as Lord Chancellor from 1979 to 1987 under Margaret Thatcher.
However, the king once again came under the control of a dominant figure, this time one harder to replace than Suffolk or Somerset: for the rest of his reign, it would be the queen, Margaret of Anjou, who would control the king.
However, one author has observed that McDaniel's character is not far off from the persona of Mammy that Margaret Mitchell created in the book, that in both the film and the book the much younger Scarlett speaks to Mammy in a way that would be unacceptable for a Southern teen of that era to speak to a much older white person, and that neither the book nor the film make any hint to Mammy's own children ( dead or alive ), her own family ( dead or alive ) or her desires to have anything other than her life at Tara serving on a slave plantation.
However, it is likely that there was a settlement around the present site of the village long before the time of Margaret.
However, the family successfully negotiated the king's marriage to Margaret of Denmark, daughter of Christian I of Denmark in 1469 as a part of ending the " Norwegian annual " fee owed to Denmark for the Western Isles, and receiving Orkney and Shetland ( theoretically only as a temporary measure to cover Margaret's dowry ).
However, the resignation of long-serving but at that point unpopular Tory prime minister Margaret Thatcher and the well-received election of John Major as her successor had seen the comfortable Labour lead in the opinion polls wiped out and in the 17 months leading up to the election its outcome had become much less predictable.
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However, a better estimate, based on State Department and Israeli sources put the figure at about 500, 000.
However, since the contras failed to win widespread popular support or military victories within Nicaragua, since opinion polls indicated that a majority of the U. S. public was not supportive of the contras, since the Reagan administration lost much of its support regarding its contra policy within Congress after disclosure of CIA mining of Nicaraguan ports, and since a report of the Bureau of Intelligence and Research commissioned by the State Department found Reagan's allegations about Soviet influence in Nicaragua " exaggerated ", Congress cut off all funds for the contras in 1985 by the third Boland Amendment.
However, in formulating policies regarding the atomic bomb and relations with the Soviets Truman was guided by the U. S. State Department and ignored Eisenhower and the Pentagon.
However, the findings of these staff members were criticized, as they were performed mostly by economic entomologists inherited from the United States Department of Agriculture, whom many environmentalists felt were biased towards agribusiness and tended to minimize concerns about human health and wildlife.
However, the State Department still has the discretion to ask the diplomat to withdraw from her or his duties.
However, the vast majority of Federal government publications covering these topics are published by the Office of Justice Programs agencies of the United States Department of Justice, and disseminated through the National Criminal Justice Reference Service.
However, he or she has no access to documentation and all access to ministers goes through the Department of the Taoiseach ( prime minister's office ).
However, groups supporting the civil liberties protected by the Second Amendment lauded Ashcroft's Justice Department support for the Second Amendment.
However, a common factor in each of the three faculties is that each department is represented on the council by the Head of the Department and at least one other faculty member of the department.
However, the U. S. Department of Agriculture suggests cooking the fruit for a few minutes before adding it to the gelatin to overcome this effect.
However, in 1943, at the request of General George C. Marshall, approval authority for U. S. personnel was delegated to the War Department.
However, due to antiquated views of the Ordnance Department the weapons, like its more famous counterpart the Gatling Gun, saw only limited use.
However, according to the US Department of State Foreign Affairs Manual, " the fact that someone is a natural born citizen pursuant to a statute does not necessarily imply that he or she is such a citizen for Constitutional purposes.
However this appointment was never confirmed by the U. S. State Department ; John C. Williams was merely recognized as " Commercial Agent of the United States ".
However, Dr. Mary Gray, the chairman of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at American University in Washington, D. C., has said that he was a goldsmith.
However, the Justice Department denied the allegations, and the mainstream US media downplayed them.
However, since the majority of hauling is done on the interstate system, the vast majority of trucks and trailers made in the U. S. are built to the specifications of the Department of Transportation ( DOT ), which governs the use of the interstate system.
However, in practice any such vehicle has to travel by a route authorised by the Department of Transport and move under escort.
However, this prompted the The Department for Transport to undertake a desk study in to semi-trailer trucks, which has resulted in the longer semi-trailer trial which commenced in 2012.
However people are walking less in the UK ; a Department of Transport report found that between 1995 / 97 and 2005 the average number of walk trips per person fell by 16 %, from 292 to 245 per year.
However, the " original source " must also be the first to file a federal civil complaint for recovery of the federal funds fraudulently obtained, and must avoid publicizing the claim of fraud until the US Justice Department decides whether to prosecute the claim itself.
However, much of the nation's homeland security activity remains outside of DHS ; for example, the FBI and CIA are not part of the Department, and other executive departments such as the Department of Defense and Department of Health and Human Services play a significant role in certain aspects of homeland security.