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However, as Cornelius Castoriadis pointed out, other societies also kept slaves but did not develop democracy.
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However, Cornelius Nepos, Pausanias and Plutarch all give the figure of 9, 000 Athenians and 1, 000 Plateans ; while Justin suggests that there were 10, 000 Athenians and 1, 000 Plataeans.
However, as time went by, Gardner became critical of many of the Rosicrucian Order's practices ; Sullivan's followers claimed that he was immortal, having formerly been the famous historical figures Pythagoras, Cornelius Agrippa and Francis Bacon.
However, in other sources such as the Book of Jubilees ( chapter 10 v. 18-27 ), Cornelius Alexander ( frag.
However, he still sends an army into Spain under his elder brother Gnaeus Cornelius Scipio Calvus to deal with the Carthaginian forces still there.
However, while Cornelius is a rather obscure religious figure, his mandates have shaped the church in historic ways.
However one of Cornelius ' military tribunes, Publius Decius Mus led a small detachment to seize a hilltop, distracting the Samnites and allowing the Roman army to escape the trap.
However, these events occurred under Cornelius Fudge's reign, a Minister who is renowned in the books as corrupt and incompetent.
However, some early performances were billed as the " Cornelius Cardew Quintet ", a mistake which both irked and amused the musicians.
However, he learned to read French, German, Polish, and Italian, and devoted himself to intense study of several military authors including Plutarch, Quintus Curtius, Cornelius Nepos, Julius Caesar, and Charles XII.
However, in 1626 the Dutch drainage engineer Cornelius Vermuyden was appointed by King Charles I to drain Hatfield Chase.
However, Mora met on November 1856 with Silvanius Spencer, Cornelius Vanderbilt's agent, who offered his help on the capture of the San Juan river.
However, in August, Bibulus, alongside one of the consular candidates for 58, Lucius Cornelius Lentulus, were accused by Lucius Vettius of being involved in a plot to assassinate Pompey.
However, Novatian was aware of his intellectual superiority to Cornelius and still found supporters among Christians still in prison, such as Maximus, Urbanus and Nicostratus.
However, Bourne's concept of an underwater rowing boat was put into action by the Dutchman Cornelius Drebbel in 1620, and Nathaniel Symons demonstrated a ' sinking boat ' in 1729 using the expanding and contracting volume of the boat to submerge.
However, it also concluded that Cornelius, Thomason, and Martens, who all had potential business interests involved, had possibly influenced the decision.
However, it is not known to be extant in any of the known writings attributed to d ' Abano ( 1250-1316 ) Trithemius ' student Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa ( 1486 – 1535 ) included it in his de Occulta Philosophia ( Book III, chap.
However, in a 1988 interview Morrison said the principal inspiration wasn't Jerry Cornelius but J. G. Ballard's " The Day of Forever ", although in a much later interview Morrison admitted some influence from Moorcock on parts of the story: " King Mob's ' Gideon Stargrave ' stories are direct quotes from the Michael Moorcock-inspired short stories I wrote obsessively when I was 17 ".
However, according to Cornelius, McMurty considered the book accurate enough to be used for initiations.
However, the series ended before the storyline could reach fruition, and no further developments have been mentioned since then, although Cornelius did make a brief cameo during Kurt Busiek's Power Company miniseries.
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However, there are relatively few such political constituencies, and, as has been pointed out, there is seldom a clear-cut distinction between the educational interests of one social class and those of another.
However, as has been pointed out by Alexis Manaster Ramer and Paul Sidwell ( 1997 ), Strahlenberg actually opposed the idea of a closer relationship between the languages which later became known as " Altaic "..
However, it has been strongly argued that this was a point made out of mis-translation, as pointed out by Amin Malouf, and that the origin of the term in Middle Eastern culture comes from phrase Asasiyun, meaning those who follow the Asas ; believers in the foundation of faith.
However, the collapse of the Near Eastern trading system pointed to a flaw: in an era where there was no place that was safe to store value, the value of a circulating medium could only be as sound as the forces that defended that store.
However, in 1971 Erik Hornung pointed out that the traits of an apparently supreme being could be attributed to many different gods, even in periods when other gods were preeminent, and further argued that references to an unspecified " god " are meant to refer flexibly to any deity.
However, some such as Jayati Ghosh, professor of economics at Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi, have pointed out that prices have increased irrespective of supply and demand issues: Ghosh points to world wheat prices, which doubled in the period from June to December 2010, despite there being no fall in global supply.
" However, he has pointed out that existing simulation models of climate fail to account for some important factors, and hence the results will contain too much error to reliably predict future trends:
However, Orwell pointed out that its proprietor François Coty also owned the right-wing dailies Le Figaro and Le Gaulois, which the Ami de Peuple was supposedly competing against.
However, scholar Helmut Koester has pointed out the Greek title " Memorabilia " was not applied to Xenophon's work until the Middle Ages, and it is more likely apomnemoneumata was used to describe the oral transmission of the sayings of Jesus in early Christianity.
However, a century later, Young and Fresnel revived the wave theory of light when they pointed out that light could be a transverse wave rather than a longitudinal wave — the polarization of a transverse wave ( like Newton's " sides " of light ) could explain birefringence, and in the wake of a series of experiments on diffraction the particle model of Newton was finally abandoned.
However, his works were criticized for lacking characteristics of true polyphonism, as pointed out by Eugène Ysaÿe.
However, increasing evidence in recent times has pointed to a possible dysfunction of the excitory neurotransmitter glutamate, in particular, with the activity of the NMDA receptor.
However, this view was strongly refuted in a 2007 paper by Chris Bennett, who showed that the pteroid did not articulate as previously thought and could not have pointed forward, but rather inward toward the body as traditionally thought.
However, further studies by Felix Bloch with Arnold Nordsieck, and Victor Weisskopf, in 1937 and 1939, revealed that such computations were reliable only at a first order of perturbation theory, a problem already pointed out by Robert Oppenheimer.
However, commentators pointed out that Spain's recovery was fragile, that the public debt was growing quickly, that troubled regional banks may need large bailouts, growth prospects were poor and therefore limiting revenue and that the central government has limited control over the spending of the regional governments.
However, some authors have pointed out that at least some of the no-communication arguments are tautological, having the limitation on superluminal communication built into the starting assumptions.
However, it has been pointed out that in the words of Jesus in " If there is one theological issue that both Jews and Christians should be able to agree on, it is that " salvation is from the Jews ".
However, in some breeds, such as the Sebright, the rooster has only slightly pointed neck feathers, the same color as the hen's.
However, as the skis are pointed parallel between turns and do not have to be pushed against the snow, the total workload is greatly reduced.
However, in the case of satellite communications systems, where the antenna is pointed out into cold space, the antenna effective temperature is often colder than 290 K. In these cases a 2 dB improvement in receiver noise figure will result in more than a 2 dB improvement in the output signal to noise ratio.
However, instead of pointed electrodes, wheel-shaped electrodes roll along and often feed the workpiece, making it possible to make long continuous welds.
However, as biographer Seymour Slive has pointed out, the Frans Hals in question was not the artist, but another Haarlem resident of the same name.
" Antonio Santosuosso points that “ they ( the Muslims ) called the battle's location, the road between Poitiers and Tours, " the pavement of Martyrs ".” However, as Henry Coppée pointed out, " The same name was given to the battle of Toulouse and is applied to many other fields on which the Moslemah were defeated: they were always martyrs for the faith.