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Later I would remember what this pompous little man had told me about the worth of a ticket.
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Later Helion wrote of this phase: `` For years I built for myself a subtle instrument of relationships -- colors and forms without a name.
Later I learned that Sir Hugh Dalton had expressed a desire to see me, hence their trip to `` No Man's Land ''.
Later the British also developed a version of the Mk. VI light tank armed with 4 machine guns that was known as Light Tank AA Mk. I.
Later he assumed the office of rector in Cæsarea, the former seat of R. Hoshaya I, and established himself at the so-called Kenishta Maradta ( Insurrectionary Synagogue ; Yer.
)" Later, in verse 10, he states " like a wise architect I placed a foundation, then another builds.
Later in the year, the East Lancashire Regiment was rebuilt with new volunteers — in all, 865 Accrington men were killed during World War I.
" Later, a Lady Gaga video convinced Van Toffler of the tenability of a Beavis and Butt-Head revival: " I felt like there was a whole crop of new artists — and what the world sorely missed was the point-of-view that only Beavis and Butt-Head could bring.
Later, I was told that Paustovski had wanted to give the funeral address, but it was in fact Professor Asmus who spoke.
Later, other module series provided additional speed, much higher logic density, and industrial I / O capabilities.
Later the project was supported by J. Lyons & Co. Ltd., a British firm, who were rewarded with the first commercially applied computer, LEO I, based on the EDSAC design.
Later, the glamor would be gone and she would make herself useful as a cook, nurse and clothes washer, for which Bogart praised her, " I don't know what we'd have done without her.
Later in 1965, King released the uptempo rock ' n ' roll song, " I Got You ( I Feel Good )", which reached # 11 on the R & B chart in late 1965 and again reached the Top 10 on the pop chart in early 1966 peaking at # 3.
Later, however, Booth remarked about his " excellent chance ... to kill the President, if I had wished ".
Later in the 19th century, France invaded Mexico ( 1861 ) and set Maximilian I on the Mexican throne, which lasted until 1867.
Later that year, Chinese media reported that Miyazaki's final film project would be I Lost My Little Boy, based on a Chinese children's book.
Later monarchs whose inscriptions have appeared on the high city include Shalmaneser I and Tiglath-Pileser I, both of whom were active builders in Assur ( Ashur ); the former had founded Calah ( Nimrud ).
Later he passed to the service of Ferdinand I of Naples, but, not having taken part in the Barons ' conjure, he was rewarded with the fiefs of Ascoli and Atripalda.
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Later on, when he became king in 1509, Henry VIII is supposed to have commissioned an English translation of a Life of Henry V so that he could emulate him, on the grounds that he thought that launching a campaign against France would help him to impose himself on the European stage.
Later in 1051, when he was sent to intercept Harold Godwinson and his brothers as they fled England after their father's outlawing, Ealdred " could not, or would not " capture the brothers.
Later, however, the British would have spectacular success defeating the Italians and Germans at the Battle of El Alamein in North Africa, and in the D-Day invasion of Normandy with the help of American, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand forces.
Later in the same century, Croatia was so weak that its parliament authorized Ferdinand Habsburg to carve out large areas of Croatia and Slavonia adjacent to the Ottoman Empire for the creation of the Military Frontier ( Vojna Krajina, German Militaergrenze ) which would be ruled directly from Vienna's military headquarters.
Later philosophers believed that celibacy would be conducive to the detachment and equilibrium required by the philosopher's calling.
Later, US naval policy was changed so that after events of such psychological trauma, the crew would be dispersed to new assignments.
Later, Beaux would discover that her French heritage would serve her well during her pilgrimage and training in France.
Later, similar competing tactics would feature harquebusiers or musketeers in formation with pikemen ( pike and shot ), pitted against cavalry firing pistols or carbines.
Later he would say it was natural for him to satirize the secret yearnings and desires, the pompous style and the disappointments of his characters.
Later models used a single trigger that would alternately fire both barrels, called a single selective trigger or SST.
Later that same year, they would trade veteran running back Herschel Walker to the Minnesota Vikings for five veteran players and eight draft choices.
Later a group consisting of the three major servants of Dalai Lama, eminent officials and troops will collect the boy and his family and travel to Lhasa, where the boy would be taken, usually to Drepung Monastery to study the Buddhist sutra in preparation for assuming the role of spiritual leader of Tibet.
Later historians have suggested that Eisenhower privately wanted the Soviet Union to launch a satellite first, thereby establishing an overflight precedent that would allow the United States to orbit without Soviet protests, as the latter's closed society had far more to lose from such overflights than the United States did.
Later, after the usefulness of Hilbert's method was universally recognized, Gordan himself would say:
Later Republican writers, such as Lucretius, Catullus and even Cicero, wrote their own compositions in the meter and it was at this time that many of the principles of Latin hexameter were firmly established, ones that would govern later writers such as Virgil, Ovid, Lucan, and Juvenal.
Later, however, the Sultan changed his orders and had Fakhr-al-Din and his family killed on 13 April 1635 in Istanbul, bringing an end to an era in the history of Lebanon, which would not regain its current boundaries until it was proclaimed a mandate state and republic in 1920.
Later, Buddhist philosophers like Nāgārjuna would question whether the dharmas ( momentary elements of consciousness ) truly have a separate existence of their own.
Later, as the Egyptians retreated out of Sudan during the Mahdist rebellion, the British brokered an agreement whereby the Egyptians could retreat through Ethiopia, and in exchange they would allow the Emperor to occupy those lowland districts that he had disputed with the Turks and Egyptians.