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However, some of Bennett's initiatives, such as the Bank of Canada, which he founded in 1934, remain in place to this day, and the Canadian Wheat Board, remained in place until 2011 when the government of Stephen Harper abolished it.
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However, an initial perusal and comparison of some of the famous passages with the same parts of other versions seems to speak well of the efforts of the British Biblical scholars.
However, any such suggestion accounts for only some of the difficulties in hearing tone, or in developing a realistic attitude about tone, but not for the analytic difficulties that occur even when tone is meticulously recorded.
However, there always is some limit to the numbers who will spend the time and effort to acquire training.
However, some productions have recorded success: Carnival fi Dachra produced by Mohamed Oukassi and Athmane Aliouet in 1994, or as " Salut Cousin!
However, wall depictions of this instrument have not been discovered, casting some doubt over the extent to which this instrument was used.
However this ideal is not normally achieved in practice ; some languages ( such as Spanish and Finnish ) come close to it, while others ( such as English ) deviate from it to a much larger degree.
However, some linguistic contexts do not provide sufficient information to disambiguate a used word.
However, recent work suggests that some agnostids were benthic predators, engaging in cannibalism and possibly manifesting pack-hunting behavior.
However, most modern abjads, such as Arabic, Hebrew, Aramaic and Avestan, are " impure " abjads, that is, they also contain symbols for some of the vowel phonemes.
However, some experimental evidence suggests astatine may have lower melting and boiling points than those implied by the halogen trend.
However, this has now been replaced by a more professional exhibition space incorporating laser, video, slide shows, audio commentaries, and some interactive elements.
However, since some feel that being the children of the main characters is too limiting, it is fairly common to either start with King Oberon's death before the book begins and roleplay the Elder Amberites as they vie for the throne ; or to populate Amber from scratch with a different set of Elder Amberites.
However, in general, the books only feature mental battles when there is some reason for mind-to-mind contact ( for example, Trump contact ) and magic or Trump is involved in all three of the above conflicts, so it is not clear whether Zelazny intended his characters to have such a power ; the combination of Brand's " living trump " powers and his high Psyche ( as presented in the roleplaying game ) would have guaranteed him victory over Corwin.
However, there are certain limitations: they may not administer the sacraments and related functions whose celebration is reserved to bishops, priests, deacons, or seminarians ( the male clergy ), namely, Holy Orders ( they may make provision for an ordained cleric to help train and to admit some of their members, if needed, as altar servers, Eucharistic ministers, or lectors-the minor ministries which are now open to the non-ordained ).
However, other neutral particles are their own antiparticles, such as photons, the hypothetical gravitons, and some WIMPs.
However, the goal of serious or skilled anagrammatists is to produce anagrams that in some way reflect or comment on the subject.
However, since it is capable of being greatly altered and even discharged by heat, the color was believed by some authorities to be from an organic source.
However, the connection that has derived ambrosia from the Greek prefix a-(" not ") and the word brotos (" mortal "), hence the food or drink of the immortals, has been questioned as coincidental by some modern linguists.
However, some systems have a maximum amount of energy that they can hold, and as they approach that maximum energy their entropy actually begins to decrease.
However and Bennett's
However, when Cobb finds out Bennett's true identity and tells Deeds, who had been in love with her, he is left heartbroken.
However it is still very visible in a number of venues including Melbourne's Bennett's Lane Jazz Club and concerts in Sydney staged by groups such as Sydney Improvised Music Association, Venue 505, The Jazzgroove Association, and The Jazz Action Society.
However, the best received of Bennett's later films was an adaptation of M. R. James's Casting the Runes, entitled Night of the Demon and directed by Jacques Tourneur in 1957.
However and initiatives
However as a result of intense pressure from the U. S. authorities, widespread efforts are currently being made to introduce systematic anti-money laundering initiatives on a global scale, to better curb the activities of the financiers of terrorism and those engaged in laundering the profits of drug smuggling.
However, the scandals of Reagan's Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Samuel Pierce and the neglect of the president were obstacles from the start, and Kemp was unsuccessful at either of his major initiatives: enacting enterprise zones and promoting public housing tenant ownership.
However, a small fee of ( roughly ) per term goes to the student welfare organisation Foundation for Student Life in Oslo, to subsidise kindergartens, health services, housing and cultural initiatives, the weekly newspaper Universitas and the radio station Radio Nova.
However, despite the initiatives were taken to improve the population during the Ayub Khan's government, the poor mass did not enjoy the benefits and reforms that were enjoyed by the middle and gentry classes of Pakistan.
However, because of the recent influence of managed care and other cost control initiatives by insurance companies, hospitals are less able to shift costs, and end up writing off more in uncompensated care.
However, WotC's CEO, Peter Adkison, was a fan of both Dungeons & Dragons and Greyhawk, and two major initiatives were created: a revival of Greyhawk, and a new third edition of D & D rules.
However, as the labor market becomes more specialized and economies demand higher levels of skill, governments and businesses are increasingly investing in the future of vocational education through publicly funded training organizations and subsidized apprenticeship or traineeship initiatives for businesses.
Some critics viewed these actions as a state co-optation of indigenous identity, mockingly dubbing the agency the “ Karp Commission .” However, Oxfam's Martin Scurrah points out the agency's good work, noting that in addition to promoting a chapter on indigenous rights in the new constitution, Eliane Karp has " intervened on numerous occasions in support of or in defense of indigenous initiatives.
However, the only power these " local referendum initiatives " confer on citizens is the ability to add propositions to their local assembly's meeting agenda.
However, his cabinet was formed at a time when non-partisan, aristocratic cabinets were falling out of favor, and the Diet's lower house held up most of his initiatives for all six months of his administration.
However, the chair of the Faculty Senate said professors have periodically raised questions about the quality and oversight of the various China initiatives, and had prepared a list of questions for the president in light of the article, expressing a desire to ensure that proper oversight was in place to avoid comprominsing quality.
However the complexities of the system ( in the Netherlands, over 100, 000 DBC's can be theoretically charged ) has led new initiatives to link billable activities directly to international standards, such as the ICD-10.
However, in the overwhelming majority of cases of alleged demonic possession in modern times, the victim can suffer due to any of a number of personal initiatives: occult practices, mortal sin, loss of faith, or psychological trauma, among others.
However, there are some initiatives to change typical residential practices so that new homes incorporate basic access features such as zero-step entries and door widths adequate for wheelchairs to pass through.
However after emergence of certain sanctions from the Election Commission, the party presidium took initiatives to hold country-wide conventions for the elected grass-root leaders come up and be active part of the larger event to take place as the final stage.
However during his tenure he took some major initiatives ; for example, he fired longtime de Gaulle confidant Jacques Foccart, a Secretary-General for African Affairs and, unofficially, chief of the Gaullist secret services ( he returned to the Élysée after Pompidou's election ).
However, initiatives by the governments of Richard Hatfield and Bernard Lord to include Acadians in the mainstream of New Brunswick life helped the party make inroads in Acadia.
However, the club failed to maintain its top-flight status and when, in January 2008, was sold into new American ownership, in the form of General Sports and Entertainment both the Plaza plan and the Ground expansion initiatives were scrapped.
However, local leaders hope to benefit from the government's recent major investment initiatives in the province.
However, despite his intentions, these initiatives only led to more political frictions, and was worsened when Suhrawardy tried to give more financial allocations to East Pakistan than West Pakistan from aids and grants.
However, although the High Representative may prepare initiatives, decisions will still have to be taken by the member states in Council.
However, innumerable examples can be given of groupers discovering creative initiatives through times of quiet seeking God's direction, as can be seen in books about the Oxford Group such as A J Russell's book, ' For Sinner Only ', which went through 17 editions in two years, or Garth Lean's ' Frank Buchman-a life '
However, the agency was reluctant to report communist initiatives and had no knowledge of the scope and timing because of conflicting inputs.
However, it appears that there were other crash reduction initiatives that may have contributed to the relatively sizable results.