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In keeping with its total disinterest in civilization, its few servitors in the physical world ( labeled " Gorgons " by the Garou ) are wild animals blessed with unique abilities, acting as paragons of their species.
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From then on, in keeping with the traditions they had followed since childhood, the whole group settled down to relish their food.
I strongly recommend to the Congress the avoidance of mandatory floors on the size of the reserve components so that we may have the flexibility to make adjustments in keeping with military necessity.
If the house you plan to buy or build won't have big overhangs, you can still do a fair job of keeping the sun off walls and windows with properly designed trellises, fences and awnings.
It's fun, and it's easy -- so easy that there is time left after cooking, and tent keeping, for the women to get out and enjoy outdoor fun with their families.
Under the circumstances, I had difficulty keeping up with the conversation on the phone, but when I hung up I was reasonably certain that Francesca had wanted to remind me of our town meeting the next evening, and how important it was that Hank and I be there.
The St. Basil's scene opens with little groups of beggars milling around the square, the ever present police keeping them under scrutiny.
The necessity for keeping alert to his bride's hazards can act as an interference with the man's spontaneous desire.
The legend as it exists in Fall River today always includes the solemn assurance that Bridget returned to Ireland after the trial with a `` big bundle '' of cash which Lizzie gave her for keeping her mouth shut.
With its power to investigate, the Senate can paralyze the Secretary by keeping him in a state of perpetual testimony before committees, as it did with Dean Acheson.
It was evident that a captain should remain at his desk, directing with a firm hand and keeping a firm seat.
Talking of the rapid population growth ( upwards of 12,000 babies born daily ) with an immigrant entering the United States every 1-1/2 minutes, he said `` our organization has not been keeping pace with this challenge ''.
In addition, Lincoln had to contend with reinforcing strong Union sympathies in the border slave states and keeping the war from becoming an international conflict.
" In keeping with that sentiment, Lincoln led the moderates regarding Reconstruction policy, and was opposed by the Radical Republicans, under Rep. Thaddeus Stevens, Sen. Charles Sumner and Sen. Benjamin Wade, political allies of the president on other issues.
In keeping with the times, much of anthropology became politicized through the Algerian War of Independence and opposition to the Vietnam War ; Marxism became an increasingly popular theoretical approach in the discipline.
Foucault warns of the risks of keeping the author's name in mind during interpretation, because it could affect the value and meaning with which one handles an interpretation.
Thus we hear of abbots going out to hunt, with their men carrying bows and arrows ; keeping horses, dogs and huntsmen ; and special mention is made of an abbot of Leicester, c. 1360, who was the most skilled of all the nobility in hare hunting.
left In keeping with his democratic ideals, Mackenzie refused the offer of a knighthood three times, and was thus the only one of Canada's first eight Prime Ministers not to be knighted.
In keeping with its many Walter Scott references, Rose Street in Edinburgh has a bar called the " Kenilworth ", along with one named the " Abbotsford ".
In keeping with the prevailing view of celestial bodies as balls of fire in the sky, Anaximenes proposed that the earth let out an exhalation of air that rarefied, ignited and became the stars.
Students are led to change their largely automatic routines that are interpreted by the teacher to currently or cumulatively be physically limiting, inefficient or not in keeping with anatomical structure.
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* 2000 – United States v. Microsoft: Microsoft is ruled to have violated United States antitrust laws by keeping " an oppressive thumb " on its competitors.
The traditional definition of the role of the conservator involves the examination, conservation, and preservation of cultural heritage using " any methods that prove effective in keeping that property in as close to its original condition as possible for as long as possible.
One now leads to Aberdour railway station, a beautifully kept and cared for example of a traditional station, in keeping with its role of transporting at least a quarter of the village's working population to their work each day.
Herald-Traveler Corp. fought the decision in court — by this time, revenues from channel 5 were all but keeping the newspaper afloat — but its final appeal ran out in 1972, and on March 19 WHDH-TV was forced to surrender channel 5 to the new WCVB-TV.
By the charter renewal in 1781 it was also the bankers ' bank – keeping enough gold to pay its notes on demand until 26 February 1797 when war had so diminished gold reserves that the government prohibited the Bank from paying out in gold.
Its city walls were much imitated ( for example, see Caernarfon Castle ) and its urban infrastructure was moreover a marvel throughout the Middle Ages, keeping alive the art, skill and technical expertise of the Roman Empire.
Use of jumps or aerial acrobacies was kept to a minimum, since one of its foundations was always keeping at least one hand or foot firmly attached to the ground.
The ecclesiastical historian Socrates Scholasticus ( b. 380 ) attributes the observance of Easter by the church to the perpetuation of its custom, " just as many other customs have been established ," stating that neither Jesus nor his Apostles enjoined the keeping of this or any other festival.
Its inhabitants contacted several villages on the coast and the mountains, keeping close proximity to the Cotocollao culture, located on the plateau of Quito and its surrounding valleys.
This decision of the Order was in keeping with its general strategy of espousing the trade association that in 1358 would become the Hanseatic League.
The company initially planned to change its name to " Exon ", in keeping with the four-letter format of Enco and Esso.
High quality pure metallic gold is tasteless and scentless, in keeping with its resistance to corrosion ( it is metal ions which confer taste to metals ).
The content of " M " suggests that this community was stricter than the others in its attitude to keeping the Jewish law, holding that they must exceed the scribes and the Pharisees in " righteousness " ( adherence to Jewish law ); and of the three only " M " refers to a " church " ( ecclesia ), an organised group with rules for keeping order.
In keeping with its intended aviation role, Howland Island became a scheduled refueling stop for American pilot Amelia Earhart and navigator Fred Noonan on their round-the-world flight in 1937.
John Barrymore's long-running 1922 performance in New York, directed by Thomas Hopkins, " broke new ground in its Freudian approach to character ", in keeping with the post-World War I rebellion against everything Victorian.
" Nowadays, as Hezbollah scholar Magnus Ranstorp reports, Hezbollah does indeed have a formal governing structure, and in keeping with the principle of Guardianship of the Islamic Jurists ( velayat-e faqih ), it " concentrate ... all authority and powers " in its religious leaders, whose decisions then " flow from the ulama down the entire community.
In the book " Golden Rules of Business Success " written by Fan Li ( or Tao Zhu Gong ) during the Spring and Autumn Period, there are some parts mentioning the art of beekeeping and the importance of the quality of the wooden box for bee keeping that can affect the quality of its honey.
In keeping with its script-like functionality, Icon adds a number of features to make working with strings easier.
In keeping with practices in other republics at that time, the parliament had named Nazarbayev its chairman, and then, soon afterward, it had converted the chairmanship to the presidency of the republic.