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Much and slavery
Much of the population, swollen with refugees fleeing Saladin's conquest of the surrounding territory, was allowed to flee to Tyre, Tripoli, or Egypt ( whence they were sent back to Europe ), but those who could not pay for their freedom were sold into slavery, and those who could were often robbed by Christians and Muslims alike on their way into exile.
Much of Newnan's prosperity was due to the thriving cotton industry, which relied on slavery.
Much of the series deals with serious moral issues relating to war, the consequences of war, torture, rape, slavery, democide, human brutality and the exploitation of children.
( Much of this information came initially from Lucy Ann's memoir From the Darkness Cometh the Light, or, Struggles for Freedom ( 1891 ), whose version of her mother's life was that she was born free, kidnapped and sold into slavery.

Much and Lincoln
Much to the embarrassment of the President, Mary Todd Lincoln prevented Robert Lincoln from joining the Union Army until shortly before the war's conclusion in 1865.
" She went on to work with Mary Beth Piel and Ron Rains in " A Little Night Music " at the New York Opera Ensemble, " Quiet on the Set " at the Westbeth Theater, as Hero in " Much Ado About Nothing " at the Lincoln Center Stages, " Comedy of Errors " at the Hudson Theatre Guild, " Barefoot in the Park " at the Westbury Music Fair, " Self Offense " with the Cucaracha Theatre Company, " Inventions of Farewell " at HERE Theatre ( a one woman show directed by Estep Nagy ), and " The Red Address " as Lady, written by David Ives.
Much of the rest of the film was shot on location in Montclair, New Jersey, Loma, Nebraska, as well as nearby Lincoln and Omaha.
The neighborhood itself becomes a bit more urban near mid-rise condos on Lincoln Ave. Much of this community is safe, with colonials on tree-lined streets.
* Don't Know Much About Abraham Lincoln ( 2005 )
Much work remains to be done on the Forty-foot before the dream can be realised of travelling from Lincoln to Cambridge.
Much of the traffic departs U. S. 101 north of Lincoln City, at an interchange with Oregon Route 18.
Much of the episode's humor is structured around cutaway sequences that parody popular culture, including those centered around The Chronicles of Narnia, Sesame Street, Homicide: Life on the Street, Mentos, and the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
Much of this habitat has been degraded or destroyed by drainage of the salt marshes for agriculture or development and by runoff from surrounding farms and the city of Lincoln.

Much and was
Much of his earlier work was conceived in terms of a `` pseudo-anthropological '' myth reference, which is concerned with imaginary places and beings described in grandiloquent and travelogue-like language.
Much of the older experimental work on respiratory infections was accomplished by very artificial procedures.
Much which was in embryo in 1000 had become reasonably well developed by 800.
Much of the history of the Hittite Empire was concerned with warring with the rival empires of Egypt, Assyria and the Mitanni.
Much of the distinction between the differing factions was over the phrasing that Christ expressed in the New Testament to express submission to God the Father.
Much emphasis was given to quantitative data, seen as the key to unlocking all of social history.
Much of the city, including the oil refinery which was the world's largest refinery with capacity of 680, 000 barrels per day, was badly damaged or destroyed by the siege and by bombing.
Much of the AIX v2 kernel was written in the PL / I programming language, which proved troublesome during the migration to AIX v3.
Jensen's most controversial work, published in February 1969 in the Harvard Educational Review, was titled " How Much Can We Boost IQ and Scholastic Achievement?
Much later, he was reinstated by the British, ruling during 1839-1842.
Much that happened between Nora and Torvald happened to Laura and her husband, Victor, with the most important exception being the forged signature that was the basis of Nora's loan.
Much damage was done to the hillside during the filming.
Much of this demolition was initiated by municipal architecture programs to build new residential or business quarters and main roads.
Much of the shareware movement was started via user distribution of software through BBSes.
Much of Bulgaria ’ s communist-era industry was heavy industry, although biochemicals and computers were significant products beginning in the 1980s.
Much of the scholarship of the 1800s assumes that Galatia was a province to the north of the first missionary journey churches started through Paul and Barnabas ' ministry as described in Acts 13-14.
Much later, a new trial was ordered by Yugoslavia and the convictions were overturned.
Much suspense was built around the devastation that Hurricane Ivan had caused as the leader of Government business Mr. Mckeeva Bush decided to close the Islands to any and all reporters.
Much of the banking sector was nationalized.
Much of the jump in FDI in 2006 was also the result of acquisitions and mergers, but has done little to create new employment in Chile.
Much later, the region was settled by Liburnians and Illyrians, while the first Greek colonies were established on the Vis and Hvar islands.
Much of Spain was under Muslim rulers during the Middle Ages, and castration had a history going back to the ancient near east.
Much later, when his fame was attached to the Reformed churches, their whole body of doctrine came to be called " Calvinism ".

Much and always
Much of it was also highly romanticised and not always historically accurate.
Much of its historic heritage remains intact, and today there are always renovations going on in the city to preserve the many old buildings, fortifications, churches and statues for later generations.
Much to the dismay of his brother, the ultra-royalist comte d ’ Artois, he always dreaded the day he would die, believing that his brother, and heir, Artois, would abandon the centrist government for an ultra-royalist autocracy, which would not bring favourable results.
" Much as Locke predicted, Malebranche's reputation outside France ( where he always enjoyed high esteem ) did begin to diminish during the 18th century, and remained low thereafter.
Much of the work of the Conference is done in committees which cover issues such as laity, liturgy, family, social justice, with each committee having a chairman who is a bishop, though not always an ordinary.
Much of the original section, between exits 129 and 140, was long administered by the New Jersey Department of Transportation, and has always been untolled.
Much of the route of the Icknield Street is used by modern roads, most notably the A38 from Lichfield to Derby ; and many sections retain the name " Icknield Street ", but not always accurately as in Hockley, Birmingham and in Redditch, Worcestershire where there is also a road called Icknield Street Drive which stands near the course of the Roman road.
Much of the South Downs Way is on high chalk downland and the views are always interesting.
Much unlucky in love, her relationships with men always end in heartache or tragedy.
Much like England, Wales, and Scotland, the franchise was always limited to the property owning classes which favoured the landed gentry
Much of the new series centred on Mildred's desire to better herself in her new surroundings, but always being thwarted, usually unwittingly, by her lifeskills-lacking husband's desire for a quiet life.
Much patience and forbearance, the North has always shown,
Much of the game is played with the main characters always one step behind their adventurous father.
Much played a somewhat minor role in the PC game Conquests of the Longbow: The Legend of Robin Hood where during times when Robin Hood would consult his men for tactical advice, Much would almost always provide the worst plan with the least chance of success.
Much like werewolves or vampires in Western lore, there are always variations on the myth depending on the liberties that each story takes with the legend.
Much of Italy is mountainous, so the Italian army has always had an interest in mountain artillery.

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