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Judging by the number of reprints, Hamlet appears to have been Shakespeare's fourth most popular play during his lifetime — only Henry IV Part 1, Richard III and Pericles eclipsed it.
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Judging that his responsibility to the nation by virtue of his coronation oath required him to act, he believed that his government's decision to fight rather than surrender was mistaken and would damage Belgium.
" Also in 1990, Thomas McFarland stated, " Judging by the number and variety of critical effort to interpret their meaning, there may be no more palpably symbolic poems in all of English literature than Kubla Khan and The Ancient Mariner.
Judging from the circumstances of her father's death by drowning, researchers suspect that George Sherman suffered from the same hereditary disease.
Judging by stone inscriptions dating back to 2000 BC, fishing rods go back to ancient Egypt, China, Greece, Trinidad and Tobago, Rome and medieval England, where they were called " angles " ( hence the term " angling " as a synonym for fishing ).
Judging by the finds dated to the 5th and 4th centuries BC, craft workshops and Greek pottery abounded.
Judging by the very early gold objects from a range of cultures, washing for gold is a very old human activity.
On June 12, 2001, TNT relaunched itself, with a new logo ( by Trollbäck + Company ) and a new slogan, " We Know Drama ," which emphasized the channel's new focus on programming with drama and energy, such as sports and network TV dramas like Angel, Law & Order, Charmed, NYPD Blue, ER, Without a Trace, Alias, Judging Amy, Las Vegas and Cold Case.
Judging by his later actions, there may also have been a more hidden motive — the destruction of Somerset, who was soon released from the Tower.
Judging by a map it might appear to follow a meandering path across the moor, but the route was carefully selected by skilled engineers, who followed the natural contours of the land.
Judging by the evidence, it was not his favourite field, but rather, simply a way of making reasonable money.
Judging by SMPTE's index, all of the standards, referenced above, would be contained on those CD-ROMs, as available from SMPTE.
Judging by his appearance and manners, Rand assumes that Chance is an upper class, highly educated business man.
On 13 November, the King's private secretary, Alec Hardinge, wrote to him warning that: " The silence in the British Press on the subject of Your Majesty's friendship with Mrs Simpson is not going to be maintained ... Judging by the letters from British subjects living in foreign countries where the Press has been outspoken, the effect will be calamitous.
Judging by skin color was comparable to the Communists who assigned guilt or virtue on the basis of class.
The Cappella Nuova already contained two groups of images in the vaulting over the altar, the Judging Christ and the Prophets, by Fra Angelico, who had begun the murals fifty years earlier.
To Angelico's ceiling, which contained the Judging Christ and the Prophets led by John the Baptist, Signorelli added the Madonna leading the Apostles, the Patriarchs, Doctors of the Church, Martyrs, and Virgins.
Judging by today's placenames, then the southern linguistic border of the Danish language seems to have been ( starting at the west ) up the Treene river, along the Danevirke ( also known as Danewerk ), then cutting across from the Schlei estuary to Eckernförde, and leaving the Schwansen peninsula, while the West coast of Schleswig had been the area of the Frisian language.
Judging by the 1880 results, Salisbury asserted that the overall loss to the Conservatives of enfranchisement without redistribution would be 47 seats.
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She was featured in a number of primetime television shows, including The Practice, Judging Amy, The X-Files, Wolf Lake, The Pitts, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, NYPD Blue, Wonderfalls, Seinfeld, Six Feet Under, Yes Dear, Friends, and Everwood.
She has also starred in a number of television shows, including Judging Amy, That's Life, and Touched by an Angel.
Her credits to date include guest roles in television series Star Trek: Enterprise, Charmed, Mad Men and Judging Amy, several theatre productions, including Shakespeare's Twelfth Night and the stage adaptation of Ray Bradbury's novel Fahrenheit 451, as well as a number of minor film roles.
Judging from the number of types / issues known, coins appear to have been struck sporadically and perhaps mostly for prestige or some important occasion ( like a visit by the Emperor ).
Judging by the number of commentaries written on it, and its translation into Persian and English, it represents his most popular work.
Judging from the large number of surviving manuscripts ( twelve complete and seventeen partial ), it must have been very popular, and it was twice continued in the 13th century: the first addition, " Bavarian continuation ", comprised 800 verses, while the second, the " Swabian continuation ", which brought the poem to the Interregnum ( 1254 – 73 ), consisted of 483 lines.
Presently, as well as making Teaching, Judging, and Speaking engagements, Don is also working on a number of projects with His Oldest Son-Dennis which include: An illustrated book of His dance and Its teachings, An autobiographical Book, A DVD that details His Life, and a feature films based his life story
Judging from the number of surviving manuscripts, his work was not as influential as those of Pecham and Bacon, yet his importance, and that of Pecham, grew with the invention of printing.
Judging and reprints
Cabell retaliated with a chapbook entitled The Judging of Jurgen ( later inserted into subsequent reprints of the novel ), in which the title character is consigned to oblivion for being " obscene, lewd, lascivious and indecent " in a trial presided over by a dung beetle who swears " by Saint Anthony ".
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Judging by the overall productivity of dramatists in English Renaissance drama, this appears to have been the pragmatic long-term maximum for a playwright who worked primarily as a solo artist ( which in turn illustrates the impracticality of Brome's attempt to produce three plays a year ).
Judging by theater reviews he wrote in the early 1950s, he appears to have been an ardent Communist, grateful for his liberation from the labor camp and for the opportunity to receive a secular education, advocating a socialist realist aesthetic for Yiddish-language theater.
Judging from mtDNA NADH dehydrogenase subunit 2 sequence data, it appears there are two clades, namely a Pacific one west and one east of the Rocky Mountains ; the relationships of populations in the latter are not resolvable to satisfaction.
Judging from the drawings, the church in Erp shares many characteristics of this Campine Gothic style, which appears in a sense rural without its use of the elaborate Gothic decorations as seen in northern France.
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Very few skaters have such an ability to perform jumps and spins in both directions, and it is now considered a " difficult variation " in spins under the ISU Judging System to rotate in the non-dominant direction.
Judging from the trail of saints, the legion must have landed at Rimini and have traversed the Via Aemilia to Piacenza.
Judging others by themselves, the English, who are blinded by their loyalty, have always thought that the Germans did not abide by their pledges inscribed in the Versailles Treaty because they had not frankly agreed to them ... We, on the contrary, believe that if Germany, far from making the slightest effort to carry out the treaty of peace, has always tried to escape her obligations, it is because until now she has not been convinced of her defeat ... We are also certain that Germany, as a nation, resigns herself to keep her pledged word only under the impact of necessity.
Judging by what we have ( and unless the transcription is misleading ), Iotic words tend to be relatively simple in phonetic structure, with few consonants, only a few consonant clusters, and many vowels often strung together.
Judging from the modern perspective, two approaches seem to dominate the contemporary appraisal of Gundulić's poetry: on one hand, his poetic influence has dimmed due to a change in aesthetic sensibility ( Gundulić's chief literary predecessor and influence, Torquato Tasso, has undergone similar reassessment, but his artistic integrity and individuality have withstood the test of time better ); while Gundulić's impact in the final standardisation of the Croatian language was overwhelming.
Judging from the frequent mentions of him in the published science fiction portion of the Cycle, Sir John Hawkwood, a 14th century mercenary, would probably have been the subject of another.
Judging that both national governments and global institutions have proven ineffective in addressing worldwide problems that go beyond the capacity of individual nation-states to solve, some political scientists critical of New World Order conspiracism, such as Mark C. Partridge, argue that regionalism will be the major force in the coming decades, pockets of power around regional centers: Western Europe around Brussels, the Western Hemisphere around Washington, D. C., East Asia around Beijing, and Eastern Europe around Moscow.
Judging by Ohthere's limited description of broader Fennoscandian geography, it may be that he was referring to the huge lake district in today's central and eastern Finland and north western Russia, which would have been far into the wilderness from Ohthere's point of view.
Judging from this, it appeared that, as reasons to have the Soyuz T-12 mission, achieving the first female spacewalk was more important than gaining experience for a potential Buran crew member.
The performing arts groups have also done well in the Singapore Youth Festival Central Judging, held once every two years, while the clubs and societies have also won awards.
Judging from the relatively weak axial musculature and the thick bones in the limbs, Basilosaurus is not believed to have been capable of sustained swimming or deep diving.
Judging the claim of not interrogating Oswald about the U-2 improbable, given Oswald's familiarity with the U-2 program, and faced with further challenges to Nosenko's credibility ( he was thought to have falsely claimed to be a lieutenant colonel, a higher rank than it was thought he held ), Angleton did not object when David Murphy, then head of the Soviet Russia Division, ordered him held in solitary confinement for approximately three-and-a-half years.
Judging from their similar portraits and many overlapping monograms, the young Diomedes seems to have been the heir ( and probably a relative ) of Philoxenus, the last king to rule before the kingdom of Menander I finally fragmented.
According to the book Judging Jehovah's Witnesses, the Witnesses have helped to widen the definition of civil liberties in most western societies, hence broadening the rights of millions of people, due to their firm stand and determination.
Judging by the Crones age, her great grandmother would have been alive around the same time period as Mercur.
Judging from your example, brother against brother, friend against friend, you people have such a potential for violence ; sheer, unvarnished wickedness.
Judging by the fact that her ship Ryo-Ohki destroyed twenty-eight planets and sixty-nine colonies when in Kagato's service, and by some of her taunts in the fight with Tenchi, she might not have been joking.