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However, the presence of a vigorous population of Celtic lineage, principally of Irish origin, has supported the creation of other celebrations of beer, often for marketing purposes, such as Saint Patrick's Day ( Día de San Patricio ), patron of Ireland, which is celebrated with abundant libations.
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However, they do demonstrate the presence of large normal pressures in the presence of flat shear fields which were forecast by the theory in the first part of the paper.
However, despite those efforts, the presence of the Armed Forces on the border regions of the Brazilian Amazon continues to be sparse and disperse, given the fact that the Army has just 28 border detachments in that area, a total of 1, 600 soldiers, or 1 men for every of borders.
However, the most important influence on Bauhaus was modernism, a cultural movement whose origins lay as far back as the 1880s, and which had already made its presence felt in Germany before the World War, despite the prevailing conservatism.
However, in the presence of the rapidly progressive course with fever, focal neurologic findings ( hemiparesis, aphasia etc.
However, feeling that the east still required some sort of imperial presence, he elevated his cousin Constantius Gallus to Caesar of the eastern provinces.
However, he can only take full possession of one other mind at a time, and must strictly be within that person's physical presence.
However, a wall would imply the existence of a defensive ditch outside it, so an earlier wall could not be immediately adjacent to site of the tomb, which combined with the presence of the Temple Mount would make the city inside the wall quite thin ; essentially for the traditional site to have been outside the wall, the city would have had to be limited to the lower parts of the Tyropoeon Valley, rather than including the defensively advantageous western hill.
" However, despite this positive change, Munch's self-destructive and erratic behavior involved him first with a violent quarrel with another artist, then with an accidental shooting in the presence of Tulla Larsen, who had returned for a brief reconciliation, which injured two of his fingers.
However, it remains ambiguous whether the discovery predates arrival of Europeans because of the presence of a Patagonian Missionary Society mission station on Keppel Island, founded in 1856.
However with the signing of the Treaty of Paris in 1814 the region was handed back to the French, though a Portuguese presence remained until 1817.
However there is the possibility of the results being affected by the limited surface area ( i. e. edge effects ) and by the presence of large electric field.
However, their velocities are too large for them to remain gravitationally bound by their mutual attractions, implying the presence of either an additional invisible mass component, or an additional attractive force besides gravity.
However, some scholars suspect the presence of large-scale changes in the text and attribute this to oral transmission.
However, this is a specific property of hydrogen and is no longer true for more complicated atoms which have a ( effective ) potential differing from the form 1 / r ( due to the presence of the inner electrons shielding the nucleus potential ).
However, the new geopolitical logic of the Cold War made possible that the former enemy Italy, a hinge-country between Western Europe and the Mediterranean, and now a new, fragile democracy threatened by the proximity of the Iron Curtain and the presence of a strong Communist party, was considered by the USA as an important ally for the Free World, and received under the Marshall Plan US $ 1, 204 million from 1947 to 1951.
However, the experiment did provide the first useful data on the ubiquitous presence of CFCs in the atmosphere.
However, in Japan, union organisation is slightly different due to the presence of enterprise unions, i. e. unions that are specific to a specific plant or company.
However, it is impossible to predicate of the same thing, at the same time, and in the same sense, the absence and the presence of the same fixed quality.
However, in Paris, a long time passed before his talents were truly recognised, partly because of the presence of Ferdinando Carulli, ' adored ' by his audience.
However and vigorous
However, in Bernini's tomb, the vigorous upraised arm and posture of the pope is counterbalanced by an active drama below, wherein the figures of Charity and Justice are either distracted by putti or lost in contemplation, while skeletal Death actively writes the epitaph.
However, Russian tarragon is a far more hardy and vigorous plant, spreading at the roots and growing over a meter tall.
However, in his early years Edward restored the traditional strong monarchy, showing himself, in Frank Barlow's view, " a vigorous and ambitious man, a true son of the impetuous Æthelred and the formidable Emma.
However, Ulf alienated Cnut by getting the Danish provinces to acknowledge Harthacnut as king without reference to Cnut's overall authority and by failing to take vigorous measures to meet Norwegian and Swedish invasions, instead waiting for Cnut's assistance.
However, a vigorous campaign was mounted in defence of the system, including those who supported it as an independent indication of excellence valued by outsiders ( especially foreign commercial litigants ) who did not have much else to go on, and those who contended in a letter to The Times that it was a means whereby the most able barristers from ethnic minorities could overcome prejudice.
However, Huehueteotl is characteristically depicted as an aged or even decrepit being, whereas Xiutecuhtli's appearance is much more youthful and vigorous, and he has a marked association with rulership and ( youthful ) warriors.
However, like willows, poplars have very vigorous and invasive root systems stretching up to 40 m from the trees ; planting close to houses or ceramic water pipes may result in damaged foundations and cracked walls and pipes due to their search for moisture.
However, one of the most vigorous on-going fields of research in physics is classical-quantum correspondence.
However, the current meaning of militant does not usually refer to a registered soldier: it can be anyone who subscribes to the idea of using vigorous, sometimes extreme, activity to achieve an objective, usually political.
However, a potential exists for renewed vigorous volcanic activity that could threaten life and property in the area.
However, he was respected by a great deal of his local constituents, not least because of his vigorous ( though ultimately unsuccessful ) campaigning against the closure of Wordsley Hospital and the centralisation of all of Dudley borough's inpatient services to Russells Hall Hospital.
However, man can artificially modify soil through the addition of fertilizer to promote vigorous growth and increase yield.
However, as it moved on to the House, vigorous opposition came from people in the liquor industry, who thought that if women got the vote, they would use it to pass Prohibition.
However, 24-hour border-crossing at Lo Wu control point is still undergoing vigorous debates mainly arguing about the limited number of passengers at night.
However, vigorous code development continued, and by the following year Q-Chem 1. 1 was able to offer most of the basic quantum chemical functionality as well as a growing list of features ( the continuous fast multipole method, J-matrix engine, COLD PRISM for integrals, and G96 density functional, for example ) that were not available in any other package.
However, it was not essential, as the Soviets already seized a series of convenient bridgeheads to the south of Warsaw, and were concentrating on defending them against vigorous German counterattacks.
However, its strategic importance made William place William de Braose in a new castle at nearby Bramber, who began a vigorous boundary dispute and power tussle with the monks, William's settlement having lacked definite terms in the first place.
However, his general Litorius was badly defeated by the Visigoths at Toulouse, and a new Suevic king, Rechiar, began vigorous assaults on what remained of Roman Hispania.