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The turn of the century, or to be more precise, the two decades preceeding and following it, marks a great change in the history of early English scholarship.
The epic poems, the consolidation of the Greek pantheon, the rise of firm political units, the self-awareness which could permit painted and sculptured representations of men -- all these had to await the progress of following decades.
Many other formulations were developed in the following decades, generally trying to find the optimum characteristics of a good artillery propellant ; low temperature, high energy, non corrosive, highly stable, cheap, and easy to manufacture in large quantities.
The Bauhaus had a major impact on art and architecture trends in Western Europe, the United States, Canada and Israel in the decades following its demise, as many of the artists involved fled, or were exiled, by the Nazi regime.
Both the Zionist Organization and the British government devoted efforts over the following decades, including Winston Churchill's 1922 White Paper, to denying that a state was the intention.
In the three decades following 1969, the Army was heavily deployed in Northern Ireland, to support the Royal Ulster Constabulary ( later the Police Service of Northern Ireland ) in their conflict with republican paramilitary groups, called Operation Banner.
After the 1974 invasion following a Greek junta-based coup attempt, Makarios secured international recognition of his Greek Cypriot government as the sole legal authority on Cyprus, which has proved to be a very significant strategic advantage for the Greek Cypriots in the decades since.
In the decades following World War I, the standard battle rifle used by armies around the world had been growing shorter, either by redesign or by the general issue of carbine versions instead of full-length rifles.
In the following two decades after Sianis ' ill will, the Cubs played mostly forgettable baseball, finishing among the worst teams in the National League on an almost annual basis.
This event became known as Von Bredow's Death Ride after the brigade commander Adalbert von Bredow ; it would be used in the following decades to argue that massed cavalry charges still had a place on the modern battlefield.
The need for a labor force to meet the growing demands of sugar cane cultivation led to an exponential increase in the importation of slaves over the following two decades.
The Cold War meant that cryptography remained important, with fundamental advances such as public-key cryptography being developed in the following decades.
In the mid-century and in the following decades, many new concerti were written for the double bass, including Nikos Skalkottas's Concerto ( 1942 ), Eduard Tubin's Concerto ( 1948 ), Lars-Erik Larsson's Concertino ( 1957 ), Gunther Schuller's Concerto ( 1962 ), and Hans Werner Henze's Concerto ( 1966 ).
It took decades following Armstrong's death for FM broadcasting to meet and surpass the saturation of the AM band, and longer still for FM radio to become profitable for broadcasters.
John Fox Watson made a pioneering transfer to Real Madrid in 1948, becoming one of the first players from the British Isles to sign for a high-profile side abroad, leading the way for British players like John Charles, Jimmy Greaves and Denis Law in the following decades.
In the following decades, fear of communism and the Great Depression of 1929 – 1933 led to the rise of extreme nationalist governmentssometimes loosely grouped under the category of fascismin Italy ( 1922 ), Germany ( 1933 ), Spain ( after a civil war ending in 1939 ) and other countries such as Hungary ( 1944 ), Romania ( 1940 ) and Slovakia ( 1939 ).
Over the following decades, Muslims faced the same fate and about 60 years after the Jews, they were also compelled to convert (" moriscos ") or be expelled.
During the following decades, the military of Honduras carried out several coups d ' état, starting in October 1955.
Filmmakers continued to merge elements of science fiction and horror over the following decades.
Historical sources provide little information on the following decades, a period known as the Long Peace.
Its industrial decline following the Second World War was particularly acute, but in recent decades the country has enjoyed something of a cultural and economic renaissance, fuelled in part by a resurgent financial services sector, the proceeds of North Sea oil and gas, and latterly a devolved parliament.
Viking raids began on Scottish shores towards the end of the 8th century and the Hebrides came under Norse control and settlement during the ensuing decades, especially following the success of Harald Fairhair at the Battle of Hafrsfjord in 872.
In the following decades, punches and copper matrices became standardized in the rapidly disseminating printing presses across Europe.
Over the following decades, it evolves into the city of San Diego, California.
Aside from that, other global treaties for compensation were made with other European states in the following decades, to compensate for the Nazi crimes.

following and idea
The following summary will give the student some idea about the social characteristics of elementary-school children ; ;
Alex quells the rebellion by slashing Dim's hand and fighting with Georgie, then in a show of generosity takes them to a bar, where Alex insists on following through on Georgie's idea to burgle the home of a wealthy old woman.
The term alphasyllabary was suggested for the Indic scripts in 1997 by William Bright, following South Asian linguistic usage, to convey the idea that " they share features of both alphabet and syllabary ".
The following diagram illustrates the general idea of the key exchange by using colours instead of a very large number.
The idea of rta laid the cornerstone of dharma's implicit attribution to the " ultimate reality " of the surrounding universe, in classical Vedic Hinduism the following verse from the Rig-Veda is an example where rta is mentioned:
Such theorists find narrative ( or, following Nietzsche and Foucault, genealogy ) to be a helpful tool for understanding ethics because narrative is always about particular lived experiences in all their complexity rather than the assignment of an idea or norm to separate and individuated actions.
However, this idea can be understood as a basis for the following proof of the Lemma.
An idea is initially created with the following components:
Though he resigned the position the following year, and entertained the idea of taking up conducting posts elsewhere, he based himself increasingly in Vienna and soon made his home there.
He filed a patent for his idea of a simple nuclear reactor the following year.
A scientifically minded physicalist may, following Andrew Melnyk, accept the first horn of the dilemma ; that is, a physicalist could live with the idea that the current definition of physicalism may very likely end up being false as long as he believes the proposition is more plausible than any currently formulated rival proposition, such as dualism.
Jonathan Kramer posits the idea ( following Umberto Eco and Jean-François Lyotard ) that postmodernism ( including musical postmodernism ) is less a surface style or historical period ( i. e., condition ) than an attitude.
Jonathan Kramer posits the idea ( following Umberto Eco and Jean-François Lyotard ) that postmodernism ( including musical postmodernism ) is less a surface style or historical period ( i. e., condition ) than an attitude.
In this picture of language we find the roots of the following idea: Every word has a meaning.
Among Latter-day Saints the idea of " spirit birth " was described in its modern doctrinal form in 1909, when the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints issued the following statement:
( Walkers revived the idea of " salt in a bag ", following their takeover of Smith's ( UK ) in 1979, with their Salt ' n ' Shake potato crisps.
The idea for reviving the Olympic Games as an international competition came to Coubertin in 1889, apparently independently of Brookes, and he spent the following five years organising an international meeting of athletes and sports enthusiasts that might make it happen.
By the following century, the idea of the stars being the same as the Sun was reaching a consensus among astronomers.
Thus the idea of an intellectual or scientific revolution following the Renaissance is — according to the continuity thesis — a myth.
The idea is the following:
The idea that human behavior can be usefully analyzed mathematically gained great credibility following the application of operations research in World War II to improve military operations.
Alternative proposals for English regional government have stalled, following a poorly received referendum on devolved government for the North East of England, which had hitherto been considered the region most in favour of the idea, with the exception of Cornwall, where there is widespread support for a Cornish Assembly, including all five Cornish MPs.
Formalizing this idea leads to definitions such as the following, taken from Matt Visser's Lorentzian Wormholes.
Here, " maximally extended " refers to the idea that the spacetime should not have any " edges ": for any possible trajectory of a free-falling particle ( following a geodesic ) in the spacetime, it should be possible to continue this path arbitrarily far into the particle's future or past, unless the trajectory hits a gravitational singularity like the one at the center of the black hole's interior.

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