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Much of the subscribed funds came from Lancashire, where great profits were being made in the cotton industries.
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Much of the chapel was restored in a project beginning in 1999, having been deemed to be in unacceptable disrepair in the early 1990s, when a drive for funds to this end began.
Much of this was simply borrowed from banks and building societies, but after the late-2000s financial crisis these institutions ceased to offer long-term loans, so developing associations are increasingly turning to corporate bonds to raise funds for expansion.
Much has been done for education of late, but if the funds were tripled and quadrupled, that would hardly be enough … A new national literature may spring up, impregnated with western ideas, yet retaining its native spirit and character … By encouraging a study of their own ancient literature, as part of their education, a national feeling of pride and self-respect will be reawakened among those who influence the large masses of the people.
Much of the architecture on the campus, particularly the oldest buildings, are precast concrete and utilitarian-looking because they were built with limited state funds in the 1960s and 1970s.
Much of the non-U. S. pledged money is managed through two additional funds that have been created under the facilitation of the International Reconstruction Fund Facility for Iraq.
Much of the funding will provide county mental health programs funds for programs consistent with their local plans.
Much of the trial focused on the details of the movement of Travel Office funds into Dale's personal account, and not on the political overtones of the case.
Much of the beltway was built completely with local funds, and expressway to freeway upgrades have continued to be built without state or federal money ( except for the I-515 interchange upgrade ).
Much of the funding for the $ 70 million dollar project has been secured, with some of the funds coming from the recent settlement between the THEA and other parties for the 2004 collapse of the elevated express lanes at 50th St.
In the book Much Obliged, Jeeves, Angela and Tuppy haven't married after being two years engaged due to a lack of funds on Tuppy's part.
Much of the school's financial troubles stem from a September 2006 lawsuit accusing the school's founder, Len Buccellato, of multiple ethics oversights, including the employment of unqualified instructors, knowingly accepting dangerous students and misuse of school funds.
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Much of the resources for these first democratic elections since independence came from locally represented donors and agencies called the " Groupe informel des bailleurs de fonds et representants residents " ( GIBAFOR ).
Much later, when his fame was attached to the Reformed churches, their whole body of doctrine came to be called " Calvinism ".
Much of the impetus for her writing came from her need to earn a living for herself and her three children.
Much of the Strip ( except for the settlement blocs and military areas ) came under Palestinian control.
Much of the Duvaliers ' wealth, amounting to hundreds of millions of dollars over the years, came from the Régie du Tabac ( Tobacco Administration ), a tobacco monopoly established by Estimé, which expanded to include the proceeds from all government enterprises and served as a slush fund for which no balance sheets were ever kept.
Much of the popularity for Windows 2. 0 came by way of its inclusion as a " run-time version " with Microsoft's new graphical applications, Excel and Word for Windows.
Much of the hierarchical structure for the Golden dawn came from the Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia, which was itself derived from the Order of the Golden and Rosy Cross.
Much of the family's wealth came from a copper and later arsenic mine, Devon Great Consols, of which Morris divested himself in the 1870s.
Much of Wilson's support came from the South, especially from young progressives in that region, especially intellectuals, editors and lawyers.
Much of this reliability came from maturity in the source code, extensive stress testing of the system, and automatic detection of many serious errors in drivers.
Much of the stone came from Caen, in France ( Caen stone ), the Isle of Portland ( Portland stone ) and the Loire Valley region of France ( tuffeau limestone ).
Much of the inspiration which led Bogdanovich to his cinematic creations came from early viewings of the film Citizen Kane.
Much of the copper for the production of bronze probably came from the copper mine on the Great Orme, where prehistoric mining on a very large scale dates largely from the middle Bronze Age.
Much of the internal opposition to Allende's policies came from business sector, and recently-released U. S. government documents confirm that the U. S. indirectly funded the truck drivers ' strike, which exacerbated the already chaotic economic situation prior to the coup.
Much of that, but not all, later became Old US 12 — the " old " designation came about when I-94 was built parallel to it — and also was called Red Arrow Highway after a World War I army division.
Much of the motivation for this large expansion of federal gun regulations came as a response to the murders of John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, and Martin Luther King Jr ..
Much of this criticism came from student organizations, the GBA, and opposition groups in self-imposed exile, who questioned the legitimacy of the military government and its declared intention of returning the country to constitutional rule.
Much of their success with the PET came from the business decision to sell directly to large customers, instead of selling to them through a dealer network.
When the Nazis came to power in Germany in 1933, Lorre took refuge first in Paris and then London, where he was noticed by Ivor Montagu, Alfred Hitchcock's associate producer for The Man Who Knew Too Much ( 1934 ), who reminded the director about Lorre's performance in M. They first considered him to play the assassin in the film, but wanted to use him in a larger role, despite his limited command of English, which Lorre overcame by learning much of his part phonetically.
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Much of its strength stems from the comfortable knowledge that every `` volunteer '' Democratic organization of any consequence belongs to the Aj.
Much of the available information comes not from the Federal government but from an exchange of experiences among states.
Much of this lifelike quality results from Mussorgsky's care in basing his vocal line on natural speech inflections.
Much of its shock value derives from the fact that the first portion of the essay describes the plight of starving beggars in Ireland, so that the reader is unprepared for the surprise of Swift's solution when he states, " A young healthy child well nursed, is, at a year old, a most delicious nourishing and wholesome food, whether stewed, roasted, baked, or boiled ; and I make no doubt that it will equally serve in a fricassee, or a ragoust.
* Much of this article originated from the public domain site http :// oceanographer. navy. mil / atlantic. html
* Much of the material in this article comes from the CIA World Factbook 2000 and the 2003 U. S. Department of State website.
* Much of the material in these articles comes from the CIA World Factbook 2000 and the 2003 U. S. Department of State website.
Much fine amethyst comes from Russia, especially from near Mursinka in the Ekaterinburg district, where it occurs in drusy cavities in granitic rocks.
Much valued from antiquity to the present as a gemstone, amber is made into a variety of decorative objects.
Much like in Britain, who subtracted itself from the liberal constitutional process, Spanish conservatives wanted to continue with the Traditional Spanish Organic Laws such as the Fuero Juzgo, the Novísima Recopilación and the Partidas of Alfonso X.
Much later, in 1869, a great number of blocks of stone from Amathus were used for the construction of the Suez Canal.
Much of the book is set at his court in Brittany or during the campaign to retake his throne from Vortigern.
Much of the northern colonists depended upon the ability either of themselves to hunt, or for others from which they could purchase game.
* Benedick, from William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, says " But that I will have a recheat winded in my forehead or hang my bugle in an invisible baldric all women shall pardon me.
Much of the income derived from the sale of foods and alcohol is not " on the books " and thus is not considered in calculating per capita income, which is one reason why official figures for per capita income are not accurate in the case of the CAR.
Much of his social influence comes from that and the fact that the royal family is often involved in socio-economic improvement efforts.
Much of the genre's atmosphere echoes film noir, and written works in the genre often use techniques from detective fiction.