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Relying heavily upon anonymous sources, Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein uncovered information suggesting knowledge of the break-in, and attempts to cover it up, led deep into the Justice Department, the FBI, the CIA, and the White House.
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Relying heavily on Scripture, Watts wrote metered texts based on New Testament passages that brought the Christian faith into the songs of the church.
Relying heavily on photographic methods, the naval observers returned 350 photographic plates in 1874, and 1, 380 measurable plates in 1882.
Relying heavily on imported German technology, Nichi-Doku turned out their first product, a bellows camera called the Nifcarette, in March 1929.
Relying heavily on substantial financial support from Mileson, the club were promoted through the Scottish leagues from the Third Division to the Scottish Premier League in less than five years.
Relying heavily on elements of electronic music, Console's music is reminiscent of some electro bands, such as Ladytron and Miss Kittin.
Relying heavily on his serve, he held well but was a comparatively weak returner, producing many sets ending in tie-breaks.
Relying heavily on Mallinckrodt, the court found that the sales were valid post-sale restrictions that avoided exhaustion.
Relying and upon
Relying upon the accounts of the historian Procopius, it often has been said that Justinian ruled the Empire in his uncle's name during the reign of Justin, however, there is much evidence to the contrary.
Relying upon the Almanach de Gotha to gazette dynastic events, Germany's deposed heads of state continued to notify its editors of changes in family members ' status and traditional titles.
:: Example: Relying upon NAACP, we concluded that the South Carolina Supreme Court's interpretation of a state penal statute had impermissibly broadened the scope of that statute beyond what a fair reading provided, in violation of due process.
Relying upon the reserve his adversary would be forced to exercise due to fear of offending the feelings of the Christians, Pablo assured the King that he would prove the truth of Christianity from the Talmud and other rabbinical writings.
Relying upon the doctrines of Alfarabi and of Ibn Sina, Ibn Daud, whom Maimonides follows in many ways in his conception of prophecy, further sets forth that the gift of prophecy must not be considered as a phenomenon, interrupting the continuity of the development of the human mind, but in a certain sense as the final stage of a natural evolution whose lower phases, though they must be distinguished from prophecy proper, are nevertheless connected with the same faculty through a certain identity of nature.
Relying upon the reserve his adversary would be forced to maintain through fear of wounding the feelings of the Christian dignitaries, Pablo assured the King that he could prove the truth of Christianity from the Talmud and other rabbinical writings.
Relying upon a Sibylline oracle that three Cornelii should be rulers of Rome, Lentulus regarded himself as the destined successor of Lucius Cornelius Sulla and Lucius Cornelius Cinna.
Relying upon his personal knowledge before commencing an investigation, James McParland believed that the Molly Maguires, under pressure for their activities, had taken the new name, " The Ancient Order of Hibernians " ( AOH ).
Relying upon the respondeat superior legal doctrine, Compton defended his actions by claiming that he was merely following orders from his superiors.
Relying upon the affidavits, Chancellor moved forward with his book, which lacked primary source records to validate his claim.
Relying mostly upon what was left of the loyal followers of King Gagik, he developed enough strength to descend gradually towards the heartland of the Cilician plain.
Relying and sources
Relying ... only on artistic and some literary sources because of the lack of archaeological examples, some believe that it was a heavy leather jacket with metal scales sewn onto it.
Relying on written sources and help from friends, she formulated a unique and powerful expression of occult ideas.
Relying and knowledge
Relying on knowledge of pre-Roman Gaul, or 13th century Ireland, as a guide to the Picts of the 6th century may be misleading if analogy is pursued too far.
Relying and up
Relying on his family and friends as campaign staff, Gutiérrez opened up his campaign office on North California Ave in Chicago's Humboldt Park neighborhood.
Relying and led
Relying on the support of the Monothelite party, he made some pretensions to the throne on the outbreak of the first great rebellion against Emperor Justinian II ; these led to his relegation to Cephalonia by Tiberius Apsimarus, and subsequently to his banishment, by order of Justinian, to Cherson.
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Relying on Voltaire's account, Gustave Flaubert put a memorable speech into the mouth of the alleged deity Crepitus in The Temptation of Saint Anthony:
Relying on a re-examination of the oldest texts and conveyance of original meanings into modern English, the " new New Testament " was released to coincide with the 350th anniversary of the March 1611 publication of the King James Version of the Bible.
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Relying on his experience in the Richard Nixon administration, Haig wanted to ensure Department of State control of the interagency groups within the National Security Council ( NSC ) because they were the " key the flow of options to the President ," and thus to policy control.
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Relying on centuries of military, political and religious development, the Rozwi ( which means " destroyers ") removed the Portuguese from the Zimbabwe plateau by force of arms.
Relying on concepts of trusteeship and scientific management, they imposed a number of changes in crop production and agrarian techniques, claiming to promote conservation and " betterment " of farming in the colonial tribal reserves.
Relying on this type of treatment alone and avoiding or delaying conventional medical care for cancer may have serious health consequences.
Relying on the MMD's overwhelming majority in parliament, President Chiluba in May 1996 pushed through constitutional amendments that eliminated former President Kaunda and other prominent opposition leaders from the 1996 presidential elections.
Relying on a powerful military élite, Tamar was able to build on the successes of her predecessors to consolidate an empire which dominated the Caucasus until its collapse under the Mongol attacks within two decades after Tamar's death.
Relying on his bank president father's connections, his political contacts, and his own business skill, Yerkes gained a name for himself in the local financial and social world.
Relying on the importance of the rhetorical situation in the concept of genre results in an exponential expansion of genre study, which benefits literary analysis.
Relying on his general warrant to return to England, given under the great seal, Essex sailed from Ireland on 24 September 1599, and reached London four days later.
Relying on arguments from etymology and the use of forensic techniques to uncover what he calls ' iconotropic ' redaction of original myths, Graves argues for the worship of a single goddess under many names, an idea that came to be known as " Matriarchal religion " in feminist theology of the 1970s.
Relying on referent power alone is not a good strategy for a leader who wants longevity and respect.
Relying on the concept of the author, copyright is based on the assumption that without an intellectual property rights regime, authors would have no incentive to further create, and that artists cannot produce new works without an economic incentive.
Relying on his popularity with the masses, he campaigned against and tried to obstruct Dudley's policies.
Relying on a combination of land purchases, blood-brotherhood ( partnerships ), intermarriage with other people, and their adoption and absorption, the Agikuyu had been and were in a constant state of territorial expansion.
Relying on their wind tunnel data, they also designed and carved wooden propellers that were more efficient than any before, enabling them to gain adequate performance from their marginal engine power.