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Likewise a former Railway station square in Hennef has been named Banburyplatz.
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Likewise and former
Likewise, after World War II, Germany was divided into four occupation zones, which later consolidated into West Germany and East Germany, the former a member of NATO and the latter a member of the Warsaw Pact.
Likewise, in early 2005, the idea was suggested that former Presidents of France should become senators-for-life, instead of being able to sit in the Constitutional Council.
Likewise, he suspects that the Ingush teip Khamkhi is a remnant of the Khamekits, another former Nakh nation that was wiped out.
Likewise, the Millennium Line of the SkyTrain connects the same communities as the former Burnaby Lake Line ; however, the new SkyTrain line does not follow the original right-of-way, which is now the route of Highway 1 through Burnaby.
Likewise there is the tea plant, which bears very sweet berry, and wild thyme which we used as tea, and is very good and much more plentiful than the former.
Likewise the former township of Hull ( although the city itself was in Hull County ) was to the west in Gatineau County.
Likewise, former Social Democratic and Labour Party leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner John Hume MLA MP MEP, who is the club's current president, stated in 1998 of the club's relationship with the community:
" Likewise, Louis Budenz, former editor of the Daily Worker, testified that Alexander Trachtenberg of the Communist Party-affiliated International Publishers told him that party leaders thought the IPR was " too much a concentration point for Communists ; the control could be maintained without such a galaxy of Communists in it.
Likewise, the town itself consisted of the former villages of Heeswijk and Dinther, which have grown together.
Likewise, his former summer mansion in Kamakura ( built in 1936 ) was used as a summer residence by Japanese Prime Minister Eisaku Sato, and later donated to the city of Kamakura for use as the Kamakura Museum of Literature.
Likewise and Railway
Likewise in 1877 authority was granted to the Lewes and East Grinstead Railway ( L & EGR ) for the construction of a line between these towns, roughly parallel to the ‘ Cuckoo Line ’.
Likewise and station
Likewise, public television's WNET served as primary member station for Public Broadcasting Service ( PBS ) predecessor, National Educational Television ( NET ).
Likewise, transmitters are carefully designed to avoid unwanted interference and feature power outputs from a few tens of milliwatts to perhaps 50 watts for a mobile unit, up to a couple of hundred watts for a base station.
Likewise, the Sheppard line level of Sheppard – Yonge station is constructed as a roughed-in Spanish solution station to anticipate increased ridership.
Likewise, there has been a recent movement to rename the Lionel-Groulx Metro station in honour of Oscar Peterson.
Likewise, Cardiff Central is located in the city centre and is the mainline hub of South Wales ' rail network which includes 19 other stations in Cardiff itself, one of which is another principal city centre station, Cardiff Queen Street.
Likewise, a station not owned by ABC but contracted to air ABC ’ s programming is correctly referred to as an ABC affiliate ; that is, the station is affiliated with ABC.
Likewise and square
Likewise, decorations, such as lights and banners, in preparation for this religious feast were also increased especially in several roads and in the main square.
Likewise, when they packed themselves together, into dense square or phalanx style formations, they would become more vulnerable to the arrows.
Likewise, in the Late Middle Ages, the shield was abandoned in favour of polearms carried with both hands, giving rise to the pike square tactics.
Likewise and has
Likewise, it is Miss Marple herself who poses as a maid to find out the facts of the case, not a young friend of hers who has made a business of it.
Likewise there has been long debate on how perception of beauty in the natural world, especially perception of the human form as beautiful, is supposed to relate to perceiving beauty in art or artefacts.
Likewise, in Toronto, the Prince Edward Viaduct has five lanes of motor traffic, bicycle lanes, and sidewalks on its upper deck ; and a pair of tracks for the Bloor – Danforth subway line on its lower deck.
Likewise, the Museum of the Ancient Orient, part of the Istanbul Archaeology Museums, also has a " Code of Hammurabi " clay tablet, dated to 1750 BC, in ( Room 5, Inv # Ni 2358 ).
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 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, a hyperbola with its transverse axis aligned with the y-axis is called a " North-South opening hyperbola " and has equation
Likewise Mach caused problems when memory had been moved by the operating system, another task that only really makes sense if the system has more than one address space.
Likewise, the Benelux abolition of internal border controls was a model for the wider Schengen Accord, which today has 29 European signatories ( including the Netherlands ) pledged to common visa policies and free movement of people across common borders.
Likewise, Richard McNally states, " The term ' pseudoscience ' has become little more than an inflammatory buzzword for quickly dismissing one's opponents in media sound-bites " and " When therapeutic entrepreneurs make claims on behalf of their interventions, we should not waste our time trying to determine whether their interventions qualify as pseudoscientific.
Likewise if John says he has a flush, but in fact he does not, his hand is judged on its actual merits, not his verbal declaration.
Likewise, " the 1960s ", though technically applicable to anywhere in the world according to Common Era numbering, has a certain set of specific cultural connotations in certain countries.
Likewise it is possible to claim, as the historian Arthur Marwick has, that " the 1960s " began in the late 1950s and ended in the early 1970s.
Likewise, The Nags Head, Burntwood only dates back to the 16th century, but there has been a pub on the site since at least 1086, as it is mentioned in the Domesday Book.
Likewise in South Sudan the majority of the population is non-Arab and the since succession the state has not indicated any interest in re-joining the Arab League.
Likewise, the concept of tradition has been used to defend the preservation and reintroduction of minority languages such as Cornish under the auspices of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages.
Likewise, Justice Antonin Scalia has expressed the same view, in the dissenting opinion of Troxel v. Granville 530 U. S. 57 ( 2000 ):
" Likewise, the Toronto Transit Commission has also used the Internet to crimp Subway Tunnel Explorations, going as far as to send Investigators to various Explorers ' homes.
Likewise, the process of character simplification in mainland China since the 1950s has the result that Japanese speakers who have not studied Chinese may not recognize some simplified characters.
Likewise, catalase has one of the highest turnover numbers of all enzymes ; one catalase molecule can convert millions of molecules of hydrogen peroxide to water and oxygen each second.
Likewise, if a person has a claim right against someone else, then that other person's liberty is limited.