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Nevertheless, it was the French mathematician Pierre-Simon Laplace, who pioneered and popularised what is now called Bayesian probability.
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Nevertheless, Mrs. Lewis was still solicitous of his condition: let him do as he wished, let him sleep with chambermaids if he must, but, she begged Blackman, try to keep him from drinking a great deal and bring him back in good health.
Nevertheless, Prokofieff was much influenced by Paris during the Twenties: the Paris which was the artistic center of the Western World -- the social Paris to which Russian aristocracy migrated -- the chic Paris which attracted the tourist dollars of rich America -- the avant-garde Paris of Diaghileff, Stravinsky, Koussevitzky, Cocteau, Picasso -- the laissez-faire Paris of Dadaism and ultramodern art -- the Paris sympathique which took young composers to her bosom with such quick and easy enthusiasms.
Nevertheless so short was the supply of seed that the settlers were forced to retreat to Fort Daer for food.
Nevertheless, Lincoln was concerned that Grant might be considering a candidacy for President in 1864, as McClellan was.
Nevertheless, in 1861, Lincoln justified the war in terms of legalisms ( the Constitution was a contract, and for one party to get out of a contract all the other parties had to agree ), and then in terms of the national duty to guarantee a republican form of government in every state.
Nevertheless, in spite of Rutherford's estimation that gold had a central charge of about 100 ( but was element Z = 79 on the periodic table ), a month after Rutherford's paper appeared, Antonius van den Broek first formally suggested that the central charge and number of electrons in an atom was exactly equal to its place in the periodic table ( also known as element number, atomic number, and symbolized Z ).
Nevertheless, the basic idea of the atom was adopted by scientists thousands of years later because it elegantly explained new discoveries in the field of chemistry.
Nevertheless, Antoninus was virtually unique among emperors in that he dealt with these crises without leaving Italy once during his reign, but instead dealt with provincial matters of war and peace through their governors or through imperial letters to the cities such as Ephesus ( of which some were publicly displayed ).
Nevertheless, the king whose health was failing, wanted to secure the ascension of his young son, Ladislaus, who had been crowned on 26 August 1204.
Nevertheless, in 1171 Amalric visited Constantinople himself and envoys were sent to the kings of Europe for a second time, but again no help was received.
Nevertheless, there was also a migratory flow of German, Swiss, and Middle-Eastern immigrants arriving in Argentina.
Nevertheless the sources show that this compromise between supporters of ahimsa and meat eaters was shaky and hotly disputed.
Nevertheless the conference was considered a success in bringing researchers together and Oxford conferences have continued every four or five years at locations around the world.
Nevertheless, a 2009 systematic review and meta-analysis of trials in people diagnosed with schizophrenia found that less than half ( 41 %) showed any therapeutic response to an antipsychotic, compared to 24 % on placebo, and that there was a decline in treatment response over time, and possibly a bias in which trial results were published.
Nevertheless, SDI was against the spirit — if not the letter — of the ABM Treaty, which sought to pursue the principle of MAD.
Nevertheless, in the eve of World War II the Bulgarian army was still well-trained and well-equipped.
Nevertheless, by 1704, the threat was still real: Rákóczi's Hungarian revolt was already threatening the Empire's eastern approaches, and Marshal Vendôme's forces threatened an invasion from northern Italy.
Nevertheless and French
Nevertheless, the exhausted French were unable to follow up their advantage, and the two cavalry forces tried to regroup and reorder their ranks.
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.
Nevertheless, this work was important in David's career because it was the first completed painting of the French Revolution, made in less than three months, and a work through which he initiated the regeneration process that would continue with The Death of Marat, David's masterpiece.
Nevertheless, it was a huge hit in Europe, grossing nearly three times its $ 5 million budget among French audiences, and highly praised amongst North American film students.
Nevertheless, the process of creating a written Dutch constitution was mainly driven by internal political factors, not by French influence — until Napoleon forced the Dutch government to accept his brother as monarch.
Nevertheless, the radicals, led by Wybo Fijnje and Anthonie Willem Ockerse, in cohorts with Pierre Auguste Brahain Ducange, the secretary of the French ambassador, now started to plot the coup d ' état of January 21 – 22, 1798, which, with the assistance of general Daendels, put the radicals in power.
Nevertheless, the Quebec French accent is mostly closer to that of Poitou or of Normandy and also some parts of Wallonia.
Nevertheless, Gaultier was an important exponent of the French style brisé, and as such an influence on harpsichordists such as Johann Jakob Froberger.
Nevertheless, the linguistic facts do not support an hypothetical theory: the word trover is mentioned in French as soon as the 10th century before trobar in Occitan ( see above ) and the word trovere > trouvère appears almost simultaneously in French as trobador in Occitan ( see above ).
Nevertheless, Charles Emmanuel obtained the help of French troops to free Alba from the Spaniards ( January 1617 ), as the new King Louis XIII resumed his father's former alliance with Savoy.
Nevertheless, the Weygand General Delegation ( 4th Office ) collaborated with Germany by delivering to Rommel's Afrika Korps 1200 French trucks and other French army vehicles ( Dankworth contract of 1941 ), as well as heavy artillery pieces accompanied with 1000 shells per gun.
Nevertheless, Chamberlain assumed correctly that French officers in the region were ordered to act without fighting the British, and in March 1898, the French proposed to settle the issue – Bussa was returned to Britain, and the French were limited to the town of Bona.
Nevertheless, his style is more often compared to Robert Schumann and to French composers such as Gounod than to Mikhail Glinka or to Cui's Russian contemporaries.
Nevertheless, Poulenc never questioned the validity of traditional tonic-dominant harmony ; lyrical melody pervades his music and underlies his important contributions to vocal music, particularly French art song.
Nevertheless, its layout and floor plan betray a strong influence of French architectural trends in housing design that had become known in New York in the 1870s.
Nevertheless, Rameau's pre-eminence in the field of French opera was soon acknowledged, and he was later attacked as an " establishment " composer by those who favoured Italian opera during the controversy known as the Querelle des Bouffons in the 1750s.