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Much later ( 15th century ), the Council of Florence taught the divine inspiration of these books, but " did not formally pass on their canonicity.
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Much of the story is told first-hand, since Spalding had been involved in the game, first as a player and later an administrator, since the 1850s.
Much later, in 1869, a great number of blocks of stone from Amathus were used for the construction of the Suez Canal.
Much of Alzheimer's later work on brain pathology made use of Nissl's method of silver staining of the histological sections.
Much later, the region was settled by Liburnians and Illyrians, while the first Greek colonies were established on the Vis and Hvar islands.
Much later, when his fame was attached to the Reformed churches, their whole body of doctrine came to be called " Calvinism ".
Much like the 2007 play-in game when it was not clear whether or not Matt Holliday had touched home plate with the game-winning run, there was question as to whether Barmes actually caught the ball, as photos later emerged showing the ball apparently sliding down his arm as he went to the ground.
Much of the real life journalistic misconduct reported on Media Watch later appeared on Frontline in fictionalised form.
" Much of the TMRC's jargon was later imported into early computing culture, because the club started using a DEC PDP-1 and applied its local model railroad slang in this computing context.
Much like Herodotus ' works, it mixes facts with legends, and was often quoted by later Islamic historians.
Much later, the X-Men found evidence in one of Destiny's journals of a group known as the Twelve, including Xavier, Magneto, Cyclops, Phoenix, Iceman, Polaris, Storm, Cable, Bishop, Sunfire, Mikhail Rasputin and the Living Monolith.
Much later, after the film was released and his experiences during its production proved unhappy, Reynolds complained to Lemmon and described Avildsen as an " asshole ", whereby Lemmon replied, " I guess you could say that ".
Much of the scholarly work concerning the references to Jesus in Josephus has thus concentrated on close textual analysis of the Josephan corpus to determine the degree to which the language, as preserved in both early Christian quotations and the later transmissions, should be considered authentic.
Much of John's later, negative reputation was established by two chroniclers writing after the king's death, Roger of Wendover and Matthew Paris.
Much later, he suggested that in modern times, the best scientists and engineers usually have to choose between either doing their work for more or less questionable business and military interests in a Faustian bargain, or not pursuing their line of work at all.
Much later Surrealism gained the fame among the public of being the most extreme form of modernism, or " the avant-garde of modernism ".
Much of the later work in speech compression was motivated by military research into digital communications for secure military radios, where very low data rates were required to allow effective operation in a hostile radio environment.
Much of the apparently arbitrary and trivial mythic fabling results from later mythographers ' attempts to explain these obscure epithets.
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Much later the island was settled by the Taínos, and remained so until the arrival of the Spanish in the 15th century.
Much of the church was altered in the 15th century, including the chantry, which has given the church a very 15th century feel.
Much of the modern castles and fortifications date from this period of construction in the late 15th century.
Much of the fortified east gatehouse of the priory survives ( 15th century ), as does the ' Great House ', one of Scotland's best-preserved late medieval houses, which may have served as accommodation for the prior and monks.
Much of the fortified east gatehouse of the priory survives ( 15th century ), as does the ' Great House ', one of Scotland's best-preserved late medieval houses, which may have served as living quarters for the prior and monks.
Much of his life was taken up with a fierce feud with his hereditary foe, Gerald FitzGerald, 15th Earl of Desmond, son of James FitzGerald, 14th Earl of Desmond.
Much of the medieval jewel work all over Europe down to the 15th century, on reliquaries, crosses, croziers, and other ecclesiastical goldsmiths ' work, is set off with bosses and borders of filigree.
Much of the castle was dismantled by the Venetians in the 15th century to reduce the up-keeping cost of garrisons.
Much of the action deals with a group of scientists from the future who travel back to the 15th century in order to change the pattern of European contact with the Americas.
After four seasons, Somerset came off the bottom of the County Championship ( to 15th out of 17 ), and Wisden was in no doubt of McCool's influence: " Much of the credit for the all-round improvement went to one man – McCool ," it wrote.
After putting forth his reliefs " The Merry Wives of Windsor ," " The Merchant of Venice ," and " Much Ado about Nothing ," in view of his failing health he retired to Boulogne, where he died of angina pectoris on the 15th of March 1888, and was buried with much ceremony at Clermont-Ferrand.
Much and century
Much as 19th century science is often treated as the inventor of conceptions of evolution and race which had serious negative political and social consequences, many 19th century historians pursued what they intended as reasonably objective research projects in the history of their own and other regions either to end by themselves using the results to support nationalistic goals or to see their work used that way by others.
Jones, whose work had been nominated eight times over his career for an Oscar ( winning thrice: For Scent-imental Reasons, So Much for So Little, and The Dot and the Line ), received an Honorary Academy Award in 1996 by the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, for " the creation of classic cartoons and cartoon characters whose animated lives have brought joy to our real ones for more than half a century.
Much more than a " gloomy coda to the ... 1st century " the Roman Empire prospered between 81 and 96, in a reign which Theodor Mommsen described as the sombre but intelligent despotism of Domitian.
Much of our knowledge of the life of Diophantus is derived from a 5th century Greek anthology of number games and strategy puzzles.
Much of the 20th century was dominated by one José María Velasco Ibarra, whose 5 presidential terms began with a mandate in 1934 and final presidency ended in 1972.
Much of Bactria ( including Balkh ) remained a dependency of the Ashina until the end of the century.
Much of the controversy and dispute concerning the authenticity of the Gospel of Barnabas can be re-expressed as debating whether specific highly transgressive themes ( from an orthodox Christian perspective ) might already have been present in the source materials utilised by a 14th – 16th century vernacular author, whether they might be due to that author himself, or whether they might even have been interpolated by the subsequent editor.
Much of the research on Palestrina was done in the 19th century by Giuseppe Baini, who published a monograph in 1828 which made Palestrina famous again and reinforced the already existing legend that he was the " Saviour of Church Music " during the reforms of the Council of Trent.
Much of northern and central India was united in the 4th century CE, and remained so for two centuries, under the Gupta Empire.
Much of its expansion had taken place in the 17th century, culminating in the first Russian settlement of the Pacific in the mid-17th century, the reconquest of Kiev, and the pacification of the Siberian tribes.
Much of the research conducted around the middle of the 20th century occurred in the former Eastern Bloc before the cold war ended and has not held up to the scrutiny of stricter Western scientific standards.
Much current research ( in the early 21st century ) on optical microscope techniques is focused on development of superresolution analysis of fluorescently labeled samples.
Much 19th century physics has been re-evaluated as the " classical limit " of quantum mechanics, and its more advanced developments in terms of quantum field theory, string theory, and speculative quantum gravity theories.
Much of the material on spherical trigonometry in Regiomontanus ' On Triangles was taken directly and without credit from the twelfth-century work of Jabir ibn Aflah otherwise known as Geber, as noted in the sixteenth century by Gerolamo Cardano.
Much of the eastern part of the empire was conquered by the Parthians under Mithridates I of Parthia in the mid-2nd century BC, yet the Seleucid kings continued to rule a rump state from Syria until the invasion by Armenian king Tigranes the Great and their ultimate overthrow by the Roman general Pompey.
Much of the modern history of Stephen's reign is based on accounts of chroniclers who lived in, or close to, the middle of the 12th century, forming a relatively rich account of the period.
Much of what is known of this century comes from the works of the Roman historian Polybius, whose main concern is the story of how Rome comes to dominate the known world.
Much later, when the use of seed drills replaced broadcasting sowing of seed in the 18th century, another great increase in productivity occurred.
Much of the first-quality furniture made in the American colonies from the mid 18th century was made of mahogany, when the wood first became available to American craftsmen.