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However, the growing influence of Latin began to drive Basque out from the less mountainous portions of the region.
However, the aristocratic landlords did not adjust the rents they were charging for land rented to farmers for growing wheat or " corn.
However, rail links with Paris from 1854 and the growing importance of nearby Biarritz as a tourist centre brought industrialisation and development.
However, the government's economic policy and democratic security strategy have engendered a growing sense of confidence in the economy, particularly within the business sector.
However, most professionals recommend that the compost be given time to cure before using in a nursery for starting seeds or growing young plants.
However, according to the architectural historian Vitruvius, the column was created by the sculptor Callimachus, probably an Athenian, who drew acanthus leaves growing around a votive basket.
However, when in vitro fertilization and embryo cryopreservation is practised between or shortly after treatment, possible genetic risks to the growing oocytes exist, and hence it has been recommended that the babies be screened.
However, the division had been growing for years, with published reports as early as 1883.
However, it is hard to ignore the similarities between Thompson's gonzo journalism and today's growing popularity of citizen journalism through new media like blogs and Twitter.
However, Telemann's growing prominence and methods caused a conflict between him and Kuhnau.
However, in general the Scottish economy stagnated leading to growing unemployment and political agitation among industrial workers.
However, its ruined buildings provided building materials to build the new monastic and market settlement of St Albans which was growing on the hill above, close to the site of Saint Alban's execution.
However, Rome, fearing the growing strength of Hannibal in Iberia, made an alliance with the city of Saguntum, which lay a considerable distance south of the River Ebro and claimed the city as its protectorate.
However others, pointing to Marx's encounter with late 19th-century Russian populism and Marx and Engels's preface to the second Russian edition of the Manifesto of the Communist Party ( 1882 ), have argued that Marx evinced a growing conviction in his late writings that revolution could in fact emerge first in Russia.
However, as the growing number of speakers employ different strategies to express themselves, it is often unclear as to what level of neologism is permissible.
However, the story remained a relatively shallow tale — a celebration of US conquest and personal adventures — until the mid-century, since which time the history has been more thoroughly researched and retold in many forms to a growing and appreciative audience.
However, they explained at a meeting of the Reich Industrial Council on 18 September 1941 that the new next generation aircraft had failed to materialise, and obsolescent types had to be continued to keep up with the growing need for replacements.
However, a growing number of evidences support an alternative hypothesis from Albert Harris in which cell contractility reshape cell-cell contacts and lead to cell sorting.
However, by Period VIII, the quality and intricacy of designs seems to have suffered due to mass production, and due to a growing interest in bronze and copper vessels.
However, Russian expansion presented a large and growing threat.
However the reduction in cultivation may not have actual effects on cocaine production, as recent advances in coca growing and more efficient processing methods allow for greater cocaine yield.
However, with computers growing increasingly powerful and widespread, more refined cladistic algorithms became available and could put the suggestions of Willi Hennig to the test ; as it turned out, the results of cladistic analyses turned out to be superior to those of phenetic methods-at least when it came to resolving phylogenies.
However, once it is there, it is added to the growing glycan chain.
However, both the Church of England and the largely Irish Catholic Church rejected prohibition as an intrusion of government into the church's domain, while the growing labor movement saw capitalism rather than alcohol as the enemy.

However and intellectual
However, to go further requires new capacities that combine the clarity of intellectual thought with the imagination, and beyond this with consciously achieved inspiration and intuitive insights.
However, since the lawsuit was filed in a state California court, the lawsuit was tossed out because only federal courts have jurisdiction over intellectual property issues.
However, its rhythms are somewhat freer and more natural than that of his predecessors, and the vocabulary has been expanded to allow for intellectual and psychological subtleties.
However, Agorists are divided on the question of intellectual property rights.
However, some schools of contemporary philosophy such as the pragmatists and naturalistic epistemologists argue that philosophy should be linked to science and should be scientific in the broad sense of that term, " preferring to see philosophical reflection as continuous with the best practice of any field of intellectual enquiry ".
However, the intellectual circle around the philologist Matija Čop and the Romantic poet France Prešeren was influential in affirming the idea of Slovene linguistic and cultural individuality, refusing the idea of merging the Slovenes into a wider Slavic nation.
However, with this status of national identity came the recognition of intellectual Heitor Villa-Lobos, who arranged a recording with the maestro Leopold Stokowski in 1940, which involved Cartola, Donga, João da Baiana, Pixinguinha, and Zé da Zilda.
However, it appears that such indications often defy intellectual analysis and that the supposed guidance can be obscured or biased by the mental or emotional attitudes of those present.
Mill notes that, contrary to what its critics might say, there is “ no known Epicurean theory of life which does not assign to the pleasures of the intellect … a much higher value as pleasures than to those of mere sensation .” However, he accepts that this is usually because the intellectual pleasures are thought to have circumstantial advantages, i. e. “ greater permanency, safety, uncostliness, & c .” Instead, Mill will argue that some pleasures are intrinsically better than others.
However, some critics have dismissed these influences as lacking in intellectual credibility.
However, sui generis statutes exist in many countries that extend intellectual property protection to matter that does not meet characteristic definitions: mask works, ship hull designs, fashion designs in France, databases, or plant varieties require sui generis statues because of their unique characteristics.
However, a great many celebrities are clearly not " intellectual " achievers nor notable for any cognitive or analytic powers, e. g. Kim Kardashian, professional sports figures or other athletes.
However, literary scholarship since the 19th century often includes — in addition to, or even instead of literary theory in the strict sense — considerations of intellectual history, moral philosophy, social prophecy, and other interdisciplinary themes which are of relevance to the way humans interpret meaning.
However, the discipline of intellectual history as it is now understood emerged only in the immediate postwar period, in its earlier incarnation as “ the history of ideas ” under the leadership of Arthur Lovejoy, the founder of the Journal of the History of Ideas.
However, there is some evidence that standardized IQ decreases over time in the majority of cases, apparently as a result of slowed intellectual development.
However this move, and the party's early attempts to develop an economic critique, did not broaden its appeal beyond that of an intellectual and socially conservative Welsh language pressure group.
However, as early as 1858, Franciscus Donders used mental chronometry to study attention and it was considered a major field of intellectual inquiry by authors such as Sigmund Freud.
However, the pendulum of intellectual fashion has begun to change direction again, and cautious use of the poems for some biographical purposes is considered acceptable once more.
However, in his celebrated Autobiography, John Stuart Mill ( arguably the nineteenth-century's most influential English intellectual ) spoke highly of Quintilian as a force in his early education.
However, in his studies of early modern Europe, Trevor-Roper did not focus exclusively upon political history, but rather sought to examine the interaction between the political, intellectual, social and religious trends of the period.
However despite some attempts to copyright cultural intellectual property this does not always occur and forms are still sometimes used in inappropriate ways.
However, Marguerite for intellectual reasons, and her brother for political, had until then favoured the double movement of " Aufklärung ", partly humanist, partly reforming, which distinguished the beginning of the century.
However, analyzing the possible transitional nature of the human species has been and continues to be of primary interest to anthropologists and philosophers within and outside the intellectual movement of transhumanism.
However, although it is understood that the basic principles of learning assert the importance of attending to students ’ prior knowledge, fostering conceptual understanding, and cultivating metacognitive awareness, students must also become engaged and be willing to tolerate and cognitively work through the intellectual ambiguity often associated with exposure to novel information and tasks.

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