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In this capacity, Alexios Apokaukos served as one of the leading members of the imperial government during the Civil War of 1341 – 1347, supporting John V Palaiologos ( r. 1341 – 1391 ) against John VI Kantakouzenos ( r. 1347 – 1354 ).
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In this capacity, Alexios defeated the rebellions of Nikephoros Bryennios the Elder ( whose son or grandson later married Alexios ' daughter Anna ) and Nikephoros Basilakes, the first at the Battle of Kalavrye and the latter in a surprise night attack on his camp.
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Citizens active as office holders served in a quite different capacity from when they voted in the assembly or served as jurors.
Allan Huber " Bud " Selig (; born July 30, 1934 ) is the ninth and current Commissioner of Major League Baseball, having served in that capacity since 1992 as the acting commissioner, and as the official commissioner since 1998.
Protestations from Ganteaume and Minister Étienne Eustache Bruix later reduced the degree of criticism Blanquet faced, but he never again served in a command capacity.
Immediately after his appointment as Cardinal, Pope Clement made him a Cardinal Inquisitor, in which capacity he served as one of the judges at the trial of Giordano Bruno, and concurred in the decision which condemned Bruno to be burned at the stake as a heretic.
Moreover, they took charge of Rome's water and food supplies ; in their capacity as market superintendents, they served sometimes as judges in mercantile affairs.
In that capacity, he served at the Battle of Ligny and the Battle of Wavre during the Waterloo Campaign in 1815.
He served in this capacity until July 12, 1991, and was assigned duty as assistant deputy chief of staff for manpower and reserve affairs ( personnel < nowiki > Management / Personnel </ nowiki > Procurement ), Headquarters Marine Corps on August 5, 1991.
Later in the war he succeeded Jellicoe as Commander in Chief of the Grand Fleet, in which capacity he received the surrender of the German High Seas Fleet at the end of hostilities, and then in the 1920s he served a lengthy term as First Sea Lord ( head of the Royal Navy ).
In this capacity Bellamy briefly served on the staff of the New York Post before returning to his native Massachusetts to take a position at the Springfield Union.
Soldiers returning from the war would provide the inspiration for films like The Best Years of Our Lives, and many of those in the film industry had served in some capacity during the war.
Some early hearses also served as ambulances, owing to the large cargo capacity in the rear of the vehicle.
Macdonald was designated as the first Prime Minister of the new nation, and served in that capacity for most of the remainder of his life, losing office for five years in the 1870s over the Pacific Scandal ( corruption in the financing of the Canadian Pacific Railway ).
He founded the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, in Aurora, Illinois in 1986, and has served in the capacity of Resident Scholar since 1998.
The Byzantine commander of the Bursa fort, called Evronos Bey, became a commander of a light cavalry force and even his sons and grandsons served Ottoman Empire in this capacity to conquer and hold many areas in Balkans.
Before election to the papacy, Pacelli served as secretary of the Department of Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs, papal nuncio to Germany ( 1917 – 1929 ), and Cardinal Secretary of State, in which capacity he worked to conclude treaties with European and Latin American nations, most notably the Reichskonkordat with Nazi Germany.
In this capacity, he served as the principal military advisor to the President, the Secretary of Defense, and the National Security Council during the earliest stages of the War on Terror, including planning and execution of the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
That function can be implemented in the reference source, in which case the source capacity limits the number of slaves that can be served, or by software in each slave.
During the 1973 Yom Kippur War he served in no official capacity and in the elections held at the end of 1973 he was elected to the Knesset as a member of the Alignment.
This means that if traffic intensity levels exceed available capacity, customer's calls are not lost ; customers instead wait until they can be served.
In 1951, he was promoted to General and served in that capacity as Commander of the Central Forces in Kabul from 1951 to 1953.
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A realistic balancing of the need for new forms of international organization on the one hand, and our capacity to achieve them on the other, must be approached through the concept of `` community ''.
With either of the gradients described, chromatography on DEAE-cellulose separated agglutinins of the ABO series into at least three regions ( Figs. 1 and 2 ): one of extremely low anionic binding capacity, one of low anionic binding capacity and one of high anionic binding capacity.
There appeared to be no difference in the distribution of anti-A and anti-B activity in group O serum, though in two group O donors ( J. F. and E. M. ) only one type of agglutinin was found in the regions of low anionic binding capacity ( Figs. 1 and 2 ).
One study, which involved 1,524 pupils in grades one to six, found that 12 percent of the pupils were seriously maladjusted and that 23 percent were reading a year below capacity.
The simplest division, and the one most frequently used ( with subdivisions ) in gas and electric rate cases, is a threefold division of the total operating and capital costs into `` customer costs '', `` energy '' or `` volumetric costs '', and `` demand '' or `` capacity '' costs.
In one outstanding example, Whirlpool Corp. found that by switching to urethane foam insulation, they could increase the storage capacity of gas refrigerators to make them competitive with electric models.
Because he interprets the primitive state of man as one of mere potentiality or capacity and believes that Adam and Eve were created as children, Irenaeus often seems inclined to extenuate their disobedience as being `` due, no doubt, to carelessness, but still wicked ''.
The aster was chosen for Dutch schools by the Dutch ministry of education, in a set-up with eight disk-less Asters, and one Aster with high capacity floppy drives all connected by a LAN based on the Asters high-speed serial port hardware, and special cables that permitted that any single computer on the LAN could broadcast to all other computers.
In this capacity he negotiated several treaties, one of the most important being with Cherokee chief John Ross, which was concluded in 1861.
According to him, while the first two visions ( the alter-globalism and the anti-globalism ) represent the reconstructed forms of old and new left ideologies, respectively, in the context of current globalization, only the third one has shown the capacity to respond more effectively to the intellectual requirements of today ’ s global complexities.
As Freda Easton explained in her study of Waldorf schools, " Whether one accepts anthroposophy as a science depends upon whether one accepts Steiner's interpretation of a science that extends the consciousness and capacity of human beings to experience their inner spiritual world.
Historically, the use of two guns at once, one in each hand, is most associated with the American Old West, where revolvers holding only six rounds of ammunition were the highest capacity handguns available and reloading was a slow process.
A bit ( a contraction of binary digit ) is the basic capacity of information in computing and telecommunications ; a bit can have the value of either 1 or 0 ( one or zero ) only.
The Red Sox are consistently one of the top MLB teams in average road attendance, while the small capacity of Fenway Park prevents them from leading in overall attendance.
This capacity was reportedly specified by Sony executive Norio Ohga so as to be able to contain the entirety of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony on one disc.
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By 1977, in its first edition, Disk / Trend, a leading hard disk drive industry marketing consultancy segmented the industry according to MBs ( decimal sense ) of capacity.
In the United States the Democratic and the Republican Parties both have Central Committees ; these act as the leading body of those organizations at the national / administrative level, as well as local committees in a similar capacity within the local Democratic or Republican governments of individual counties and states.
Third, sedimentation rates in the Himalaya are extremely high, leading to rapid loss of storage capacity as sediments accumulate behind dams.
The aim is to use air traffic management that is more closely based on desired flight patterns leading to greater safety, efficiency and capacity.
The UNU World Institute for Development Economics Research ( Helsinki, Finland ) undertakes multidisciplinary research and policy analysis on structural changes affecting the living conditions of the world ’ s poorest people ; provides a forum for professional interaction and the advocacy of policies leading to robust, equitable and environmentally sustainable growth ; and promotes capacity strengthening and training in the field of economic and social policy-making.
For STS-1, the payload is referred to as the synchronous payload envelope ( SPE ), which in turn has 18 stuffing bytes, leading to the STS-1 payload capacity of 756 bytes.
When recharged, the old cells recharge more rapidly, leading to a rapid rise of voltage to near the fully charged state, but before the new cells with more capacity have fully recharged.
Since this idles the productive capacity, investment also falls, leading to further reductions in aggregate demand.
Ramp metering is being introduced more widely in the Netherlands after a pilot study by the AVV Transport Research Centre which concluded that ramp metering can provide a small benefit for the traffic flow on the highway, leading to a higher capacity.
Although Glock restored the orchestra's reputation as Britain's leading modern music ensemble, the balance of programming affected the players ' capacity in the mainstream repertoire.
This overwhelms the body's capacity to supply oxygen, remove carbon dioxide, and regulate body temperature, eventually leading to circulatory collapse and death if not treated quickly.
By 2016 it is expected to be over capacity, leading the Queensland Government to plan for the Cross River Rail project.
The Center for Women's Global Leadership reported in 2011 that the expectation that this economic shift would increase the global food supply resulted in the strengthening of powerful transnational companies through heavy subsidization, while overall food security faltered as " developing countries withdrew investment in agriculture and rural development, leading to a decline in their long-term productive capacity and transforming them into net food importers.
On the TRUPO section in Taipei, THSR tracks were to replace TRA's existing tracks, leading to concerns on TRA's part that capacity would be limited during the construction period.
However, given the venue's legal capacity limit of 3500, the series was blatantly oversold right from the first night, leading fire marshals for the New York Fire Department to cancel the Saturday, May 30 performance.
In his new capacity, Archibald was a leading proponent of provincial railway development, even following the economic downturn of 1862.
The magnitude and duration of lorazepam effects are dose-related, meaning larger doses have stronger and longer-lasting effects, because the brain has spare benzodiazepine drug receptor capacity, with single, clinical doses leading only to an occupancy of some 3 % of the available receptors .< ref name =" pmid8395663 ">
Bright is described by the historian of the League as " a young man then appearing for the first time in any meeting out of his own town, and giving evidence, by his energy and by his grasp of the subject, of his capacity soon to take a leading part in the great agitation.
It was in this capacity as a leading union magazine editor of the day that Hagerty was invited early in January 1905 as one of 23 industrial union activists from 9 organizations to a secret Chicago conference for the planning of a new national union.
According to BTM Consult, more than 16 GW of additional capacity will be installed before the end of 2014 and the UK and Germany will become the two leading markets.
This book is widely used in leading colleges of management to teach students about the importance of strategic capacity planning and constraint management.
Increasing the pressure angle increases the width of the base of the gear tooth, leading to greater strength and load carrying capacity.
Instead, these lanes are often empty, leading to an overall net increase in fuel consumption as freeway capacity is intentionally contracted, forcing the solo-occupied cars to travel slower, leading to reduced fuel efficiency.