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Instead later annalists have combined the disaster at the Caudine Forks with the tale of the military tribune of 258 to produce the entirely fictitious story recorded by Livy, the difference being that while in the originals the Romans suffered defeat and death, here none of Decius ' men are killed and the Romans win a great victory.
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Instead, the Government of India exercised its right of parens patriae to appropriate all the claims of the victims and proceeded to litigate on their behalf, first in the New York courts and later, in the Indian courts.
Instead, a popular theory suggests linguistic updating, which is when " late forms may not in fact have been original to the book but may reflect the updating of vocabulary and grammar by later scribes so their contemporaries could understand the book better.
Instead, in 1769, he enrolled at the College of New Jersey, now Princeton University, where he became roommates and close friends with Philip Freneau, later dubbed " the poet of the Revolution.
Instead, both Akbar and Jahangir studied this artwork very closely and replicated and adapted it, adopting much of the early iconographic features and later the pictorial realism for which Renaissance art was known.
Instead, there is much more of a focus on the home and the family unit — something that the Romans, including Plautus, could easily understand and adopt for themselves later in history.
Instead, Jews used Hebrew / Aramaic Targum manuscripts later compiled by the Masoretes ; and authoritative Aramaic translations, such as those of Onkelos and Rabbi Yonathan ben Uziel.
Instead of approaching The Hobbit as a children's book in its own right, critics such as Randell Helms picked up on the idea of The Hobbit as being a " prelude ", relegating the story to a dry-run for the later work.
Instead, she later married Herluin de Conteville, with whom she had two sons – Odo of Bayeux and Robert, Count of Mortain – and a daughter whose name is unknown.
Instead, the NKVD promptly arrested all of the Americans, who were taken to Lubyanka Prison and later shot.
Instead of Mirrorball, a new series of Absolutely Fabulous was proposed to the BBC, who later commissioned the fourth series in 2001.
Instead unrest continued and the episode fed into the causes of the Dutch Revolt which was to erupt two years later.
Instead of physically connecting the antennas, data received at each antenna is paired with timing information, usually from a local atomic clock, and then stored for later analysis on magnetic tape or hard disk.
Instead they simply bolted an entirely new set of panels onto the bridge on top of the original set, a technique that later became a standard feature.
Instead, the name " Gadsden " was chosen, in honor of Colonel James Gadsden of South Carolina, who later became prominent for the Gadsden Purchase.
Instead, the Roman Grid was spread around the Mediterranean and into northern Europe later on during " the late Republic and the early Empire " period that saw dissemination of the grid plan throughout this area.
Instead, the office was held by the Superintendent of Mines for Utah Fuel, then later by Kaiser Steel Corporation when it took over in 1950.
Instead, he saw the later period of the 19th century imperialism as a degenerative process in European civilization.
Instead, the BLITTER was introduced on the Mega series, and then also supported on most later machines ( except the Atari TT ).
Instead he later worked with The Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman and an unnamed bassist on a new project.
Instead of financial stability inducing deregulation and financial instability after 1980, as later suggested by David Moss and Elizabeth Warren, Thomas Huertas and other critics of traditional bank regulation argued Regulation Q limits on interest rates ( mandated by the 1933 Banking Act ) created the “ disintermediation ” that began in the 1960s, led to the phase-out of Regulation Q through the Depository Institutions Deregulation and Monetary Control Act of 1980, and opened banking to greater competition.
Instead, because that requirement was removed through later legislation, the United States retained a dual banking system in which a large number of state chartered banks remained outside the Federal Reserve System.
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Instead it means that the thinking in which decision issues has the power to determine the morality of the decision, as in this instance the pressure for renewed practical or legislative attention to the constitutional problems the decision had uncovered might have done.
Instead, he went down to New York and submitted Welcome To Our City to the Theatre Guild, which had asked him to let them have a look at it after Professor Baker had recommended it highly.
Instead we have stood idly by, watched our commuter railroad service decline, and have failed to offer a helping hand.
Instead of closing the house in first ( as most builders do ) you can now cut your costs by not closing it in until you have to ( see p 121 ).
Instead of isolating the literal flatness by specifying and circumscribing it, the pasted paper or cloth releases and spreads it, and the artist seems to have nothing left but this undepicted flatness with which to finish as well as start his picture.
Instead of quelling the dissension, as many captains of the era would have done ( Sir Francis Drake lopped a man's head off under similar circumstances ), Hudson decided to be reasonable.
Instead of the expected `` annoyances '' due to the nature of his mission, he received many calling cards and invitations from `` gentlemen of mark, on whom I had no sort of claim, & have had many more invitations than I could accept ''.
Instead, Anglicans have typically appealed to the Book of Common Prayer and its offshoots as a guide to Anglican theology and practice.
Instead, lower bidding characters are ranked in ascending order according to how much they have bid, the characters becoming progressively weaker in that attribute as they pay less for it.
Instead, inheriting phobias would have restrictive and debilitating effects upon survival, rather than being an aid.
Instead, AMOS BASIC controlled the computer directly, which caused programs written in it to have a non-standard user interface, and also caused compatibility problems with newer versions of the operating system.
Instead, the ratio of the speed of the wind and that of the cups, the anemometer factor, depends on the dimensions of the cups and arms, and may have a value between two and a little over three.
Instead, the phrase appears to have originated in the early 19th century United States ( particularly in the sense " pull oneself over a fence by one's bootstraps "), to mean an absurdly impossible action, an adynaton.
Instead many Canadian companies have focused their exploration and expansion activities overseas where prices are lower and governments more accommodating.
Instead of cutting, one may also knock on the deck to indicate that one trusts the dealer to have shuffled fairly.
Instead, in their research and writing, many postmodern scholars have adopted “ alternatives that encourage reflection about the ‘ politics and poetics ’ of their work.
Instead of generating broad demographic profiles and psycho-graphic profiles of market segments, marketers have started to engage in personalized marketing, permission marketing, and mass customization.
Instead, it is suggested, Hume might have been answering an epistemological question, about the causal origin of our concept of the self.
Instead Thomas is viewed as part of the modernism and romanticism movements, though attempts to pigeon-hole him within a particular neo-romantic school have been unsuccessful.
Instead of enabling the guest operating system to dialog with hardware, virtual device drivers take the opposite role and emulate a piece of hardware, so that the guest operating system and its drivers running inside a virtual machine can have the illusion of accessing real hardware.
Instead, he acted as Postumus deputy until the very last days of his revolt, when he seems to have assumed the purple for himself.