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Mirroring the circumstances behind the creation of the European Cup five years earlier, the idea for a pan-European cup competition contested by all of Europe's domestic cup winners came from prominent European sports journalists.

Mirroring and was
Mirroring the film further, Peter is then in the same setting in which the much older Salieri was when he says " Go ahead, mock me.
Mirroring the earlier booms in financial speculations in performance fees-structured investment vehicles of the 1920s and 1960s, during the 1990s the number of hedge funds increased significantly, with investments provided by the new wealth that was created during the 1990s stock market rise.
Mirroring the previous postseason, Riggins was a key contributor, rushing for a combined playoff total of 242 yards and five touchdowns in the two games.
Mirroring the mood in the United Kingdom, the family's lowest approval was during the mid-1980s to 1990s, when the children of the monarch were enduring their divorces and were the targets of negative tabloid reporting.
Mirroring the maelstrom of World War I raging around it, the art it exhibited was often chaotic and brutal.
Mirroring his tenacity as a player, Sloan was just as fiery as a coach.
Mirroring an election promise made by John Howard when he was visiting the electorate the previous week, Jackson announced that Labor would undertake major roads funding in Hasluck, including the construction of a grade-separated interchange at Great Eastern Highway and Roe Highway, to cost $ 48 million.
Mirroring the culture in the Village, the jazz scene at the Vanguard was steadily growing.

Mirroring and set
Mirroring the real-world tension of the Cold War in the 1980s, Border Zone is set in and around Ostnitz, located on the border between the Eastern Bloc nation of Frobnia and neutral Litzenburg.

Mirroring and into
Mirroring the long downward trend in the popularity of variety shows in general that had taken place in the 1970s, ratings began to decline for Hee Haw by the mid-1980s, a trend that continued into the early 1990s.
Mirroring means getting into rhythm with the person on as many levels as possible.
Mirroring in some ways the post-prison career of Spider Scott, Bulman and his assistant Lucy McGinty ( Siobhan Redmond ) were often coerced or tricked into doing clandestine and dangerous work for the secret service.
Mirroring this ideology is his pride in his rock and roll songs and willingness to transfer them into the " elevated " classical music genre.

Mirroring and .
Mirroring the free software movement, it called for artists to allow their songs and compositions to be distributed with fewer copyright restrictions.
# Website Mirroring: is used as a circumvention tool to bypass censorship blocks on websites.
Mirroring the life of Shakyamuni Buddha, the young prince is depicted as having a natural capacity for swift learning in multiple fields and the practice of Dharma at a young age.
Mirroring the utility of the Richter magnitude scale in describing earthquakes, he devised a 1 – 5 scale based on wind speed that showed expected damage to structures.
* Cooperative Mirroring: A load balancing mechanism by a local network hosting information available to computers outside of the local network.
Mirroring the body language of someone else indicates that they are understood.
Mirroring is a type of file synchronization.
Mirroring of sites occurs for a variety of reasons.
Mirroring his mythological namesake, Daedalus ( or Daidalos in the Greek pronunciation and transliteration ), whom Ovid described in the Metamorphoses ( VIII: 183-235 ) as being shut up in a tower to prevent his knowledge of the labyrinth from spreading to the public, Stephen is introduced taking breakfast in the Sandycove Martello tower in Dublin on the morning of 16 June 1904.
Mirroring the bay of Venice across the Adriatic and the Gulf of Kvarner, the region is not far from the Julian Alps.
Mirroring developments in the UK, a group called the National Front evolved out of the New Zealand branch of the League of Empire Loyalists in 1967.
Mirroring the aircraft range, both civilian and military ships were issued, and again, some were disguised.
' Mirroring the female qualities emphasized by AFEC the CEDA's self-styled seccíon de defensa brought young male activists to the fore.
Port Mirroring is used on a network switch to send a copy of network packets seen on one switch port ( or an entire VLAN ) to a network monitoring connection on another switch port.

circumstances and first
Although we are still far from a complete understanding of these problems, as a first approximation, it is suggested that alterations in the hypothalamic balance with consequent changes in the hypothalamic-cortical discharges account for major changes in behavior seen in various moods and states of emotions in man and beast under physiological circumstances, in experimental and clinical neurosis, and as the result of psychopharmacological agents.
And suppose that the circumstances have now so changed that the feeling with which we made the remark in the first place has faded.
In these circumstances, since what was expressed by the remark when first made is, on the theory before us, simply absent, the remark now expresses nothing.
I state categorically that we shall under no circumstances resort to the use of such weapons unless they are first used by our enemies ''.
Only under rare circumstances would a bride experience an orgasm during her first intercourse.
She no longer wanted anything about him to remind her of the circumstances of their meeting that first night in Parioli.
" Ever since the time of my ancestor Ali, the first Imam, that is to say over a period of thirteen hundred years, it has always been the tradition of our family that each Imam chooses his successor at his absolute and unfettered discretion from amongst any of his descendants, whether they be sons or remote male issue and in these circumstances and in view of the fundamentally altered conditions in the world in very recent years due to the great changes which have taken place including the discoveries of atomic science, I am convinced that it is in the best interest of the Shia Muslim Ismailia Community that I should be succeeded by a young man who has been brought up and developed during recent years and in the midst of the new age and who brings a new outlook on life to his office as Imam.
This novel is the first of a series of novels primarily about the life and times of Robert the Bruce however it covers Alexander III and the circumstances surrounding his death in some detail.
In England the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 allowed such inferences to be made for the first time in England and Wales ( it was already possible in Scotland under the rule of criminative circumstances ).
While it is not recorded as a " steal ", in a practical sense a batter can be said to " steal first base " by successfully running to first base ( without being tagged or thrown out ) in rare circumstances following an uncaught third strike ; the rarely-seen play avoids an " out " and gains a baserunner.
Nevertheless, the Duke could think of no circumstances why the French would leave their strong positions and attack his army, even if Villeroi was first reinforced by substantial transfers from Marsin ’ s command.
Following a two year campaign by women to change their circumstances, in 1959 Cayman received its first written constitution which, for the first time, allowed women to vote.
Language is acquired within the first few years of life, and all humans under normal circumstances are able to acquire language proficiently.
Acting in a situation without first informing oneself of the circumstances of the situation can lead to even the most well-intended actions yielding miserable consequences.
Although the Attlee Government failed to meet its targets, primarily due to economic constraints, over a million new homes were built between 1945 and 1951 ( a significant achievement under the circumstances ) which ensured that decent, affordable housing was available to many low-income families for the first time ever.
As a term, critical theory has two meanings with different origins and histories: the first originated in sociology and the second originated in literary criticism, whereby it is used and applied as an umbrella term that can describe a theory founded upon critique ; thus, the theorist Max Horkheimer described a theory as critical in so far as it seeks " to liberate human beings from the circumstances that enslave them.
She was Homer's first girlfriend in a relationship of circumstances.
The first Digimon anime introduces the Digimon life cycle: They age in a similar fashion to real organisms, but do not die under normal circumstances because they are made of reconfigurable data.
* Fyodor Dostoevsky used the epistolary format for his first novel, Poor Folk ( 1846 ), as a series of letters between two friends, struggling to cope with their impoverished circumstances and life in pre-revolution Russia.
Halakhic authorities may disagree on which laws fall into which categories or the circumstances ( if any ) under which prior Rabbinic rulings can be re-examined by contemporary rabbis, but all halakhic Jews hold that both categories exist and that the first category is immutable, with exceptions only for life-saving and similar emergency circumstances.
He believes that shooting in order, from first scene to last, helps the actors to find a response to their circumstances.

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