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Likewise, Tsar Peter the Great celebrated his 1709 victory over Sweden at the Battle of Poltava and the end of the Great Northern War in 1721.
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Likewise and Peter
" Likewise, Peter Berkowitz has written that, " Perhaps it would have been more generous for the Court to have asked the Florida court on remand whether ' outside deadline ' referred to contest-period as well as protest-period recounts.
Likewise, Peter Jackson has made brief cameos in all of his movies, except for his first feature length movie Bad Taste in which he plays a main character.
Likewise, in studies of the speech patterns in British English, Peter Trudgill observed that more working class women spoke the standard dialect than men.
Likewise, Heaven is not completely pure, as Saint Peter seems to take pleasure in sending souls to limbo instead of through the Pearly Gates, as well as letting souls through that aren't completely pure.
Likewise the non-canonical Gospel of Thomas, Gospel of Peter, and Gospel of James are not addressed to any particular gender, or any specific person.
Likewise, the canonical Epistles, seven in number: of the Apostle Peter, two Epistles < nowiki > and Second Epistle of Peter < nowiki ></ nowiki >; of the Apostle James, one Epistle ; of the Apostle John, one Epistle ; of the other John, a Presbyter, two Epistles < nowiki > and Third Epistle of John < nowiki ></ nowiki >; of the Apostle Jude the Zealot, one Epistle.
Likewise it is decreed: After the announcement of all of these prophetic and evangelic or as well as apostolic writings which we have listed above as Scriptures, on which, by the grace of God, the Catholic Church is founded, we have considered that it ought to be announced that although all the Catholic Churches spread abroad through the world comprise but one bridal chamber of Christ, nevertheless, the holy Roman Church has been placed at the forefront not by the conciliar decisions of other Churches, but has received the primacy by the evangelic voice of our Lord and Savior, who says: " You are Peter, and upon this rock I will build My Church, and the gates of hell will not prevail against it ; and I will give to you the keys of the kingdom of heaven, and whatever you shall have bound on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you shall have loosed on earth shall be loosed in heaven.
Likewise, Peter Ucko concluded that inaccuracies in the drawing were caused by Breuil's working in dim gas-light, in awkward circumstances, and that he had mistaken cracks in the rock surface for man-made marks.
Likewise and Great
Likewise King Alfred the Great ( 849 – 899 ), wanting to restore English culture, lamented the poor state of Latin education: Alfred the Great proposed that students be educated in Old English, and those who excelled would go on to learn Latin.
Likewise Thomas Wyatt in his poetry also recognises George's " Great wit " ( although wit in the 16th century could suggest that a person was witty and charming, it mainly meant intelligence, and it is George's intelligence that Cavendish and Wyatt were referring to.
Likewise, in Europe's Inner Demons he tracked the historical sources of the mania for scapegoating minorities which, within Christendom, culminated in the Great European witchhunt.
Likewise the Royal Marines, although a colours-carrying service, was granted, along with the conventional battle honour of " Gibraltar ", the " Great Globe itself " by King George IV for its very numerous battle honours around the world.
Likewise and celebrated
Likewise, the Libre Society drafted two libre ‘ licences ’, but celebrated their lack of legal power.
Likewise, they share the same festivals as the Bahuns ; the life cycle rites of birth, initiation, marriage, and death are celebrated with Brahmanic rites.
Likewise and victory
Likewise, during the Miner's Strike of 1984-5, the party walked a line between supporting the miners whilst simultaneously suggesting that they couldn't and wouldn't win: It is our job as socialists, then, to stand with our fellow workers in their necessary battles to defend themselves, but to point out at all times that the real victory to be achieved is the abolition of the wages system.
Likewise, she argued that even successes, such as the First Battle of the Marne ( a French victory ), were to some extent accidental victories that were won despite, not because of, military leadership or strategy.
Likewise, the disastrous War of Castro, a pyrrhic victory with which the pontificate concluded, sullied Urban's reputation and the popularity of those family members who survived him.
Likewise and over
Likewise, the ecumenist may become so absorbed in the conflict of the church with the totalitarian state in East Germany, the precarious situation of the church in revolutionary China, and the anguish of the church over apartheid in South Africa that he loses close contact with the parish church in its unspectacular but indispensable ministry of worship, pastoral service and counseling, and Christian nurture for a face-to-face group of individuals.
Likewise, if he / she chooses to observe the interference pattern, then he / she has no influence whatsoever over where in the observation plane he / she will observe a specific particle.
Likewise, the vision, which appeared within a circular vignette or matte, was similarly superimposed over a black area in the backdrop to the scene, rather than over a part of the set with detail in it, so that nothing appeared through the image, which seemed quite solid.
Likewise, the price of shot for reloading shotshells over the last several years has also risen by an order of magnitude, such that lead shot that was readily available for around $ 0. 50 / lb.
Likewise, at the state ratifying conventions, over two dozen delegates in at least seven states indicated that under the Constitution, the federal courts would have the power to declare statutes unconstitutional.
Likewise, maintaining political control over Rome became untenable as the Eastern Roman Empire itself was beset by the Abbasid Caliphate to the south and Bulgars to the northwest.
Likewise, syncretism, the attempt to take over creeds of practices from other religions or even to blend practices or creeds from different religions into one new faith is an extreme form of inter-religious dialogue.
Likewise as well within the Christian " Tomb of the Cocks " in Beit Jibrin, which was a Palestinian Arab village located 13 miles northwest of the city of Hebron and part of the Kingdom of Israel, " we find two spirited cocks painted in red in the spandrels with a cross just over the center of the arch ".
Likewise, he may choose to hug the sprinter's line ( a red line 85 cm up track ) to force his opponent to come higher over the top of him.
Likewise, Xena is suggested to have strong feelings for Ares, but over the course of the series, never pursued them.
Likewise, some may go in or out of fashion, or evolve over time, just as terms in oral languages do.
Likewise the rejection of the Ring by Sam and other characters in the novel is a rejection of power but can also be seen as a " desire for renown which the defeat over Sauron will bring ".
Likewise, the Japanese Nikkei bear market of the 1990s occurred over several years without any notable crashes.
Likewise, string raises, or the act of raising by first placing chips to call and then adding chips to raise, causes confusion over the amount bet.
Likewise, if a player selects Peach in Brawl using a Wii Remote or classic controller, Peach's taunt from Melee ( then voiced by Taylor ) will sound over the Wii Remote's speaker if the volume is on.
Likewise the Union Pacific, after taking over the Oregon Short Line chose not to locate its major section yards in the flats west of Weiser — probably due to inflated prices asked by land speculators — and built at Huntington, Oregon at the western edge of the Snake River valley.
Likewise, firms are assumed to choose hiring, investment, and output on the basis of productivity and demand over the foreseeable future, instead of considering these quantities at just one point in time.
Likewise, a 3-form f ( x, y, z ) dx ∧ dy ∧ dz represents something that can be integrated over a region of space.
Likewise, during the rapid expansion of capitalism over the past several centuries the theory of the just price was used to justify popular action against merchants who raised their prices in years of dearth.
Likewise, some viaducts carry railroads over large valleys, or they carry railroads over cities with many cross-streets and avenues.