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Since the debates about whether the future independent Estonia would be established as a new republic or a continuation of the first republic were not yet complete by the time of the August coup, while the members of the Supreme Soviet generally agreed that independence should be declared rapidly, a compromise was hatched between the two main sides: instead of " declaring " independence, which would imply a new start, or explicitly asserting continuity, the declaration would " confirm " Estonia as a state independent of the Soviet Union, and willing to reestablish diplomatic relations of its own accord.
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Since that decision, annexation plans have been halted, and Washington County started urban planning to provide city-level services to the unincorporated urban areas in the county.
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Since a decision was expected from England, and feeling that Bligh's behaviour had been insufferable, Foveaux left Bligh under house arrest and turned his attention to improving the colony's roads, bridges and public buildings, which he felt had been badly neglected.
* Since L is NP-complete, and hence the hardest in class NP, also problem H is at least as hard as NP, but H does not have to be in NP and hence does not have to be a decision problem ( even if it is a decision problem, it need not be in NP );
* Since NP-complete problems transform to each other by polynomial-time many-one reduction ( also called polynomial transformation ), all NP-complete problems can be solved in polynomial time by a reduction to H, thus all problems in NP reduce to H ; note, however, that this involves combining two different transformations: from NP-complete decision problems to NP-complete problem L by polynomial transformation, and from L to H by polynomial Turing reduction ;
Since the Citizens United decision, the pattern of corporate funding has increased, as the disclosure requirements have effectively been circumvented.
Since the renovations in the town and the college's 2005 decision to enroll men and become co-educational, enrollment has increased.
Since the question of sanity or insanity is a legal question and not a medical one, the judge and or jury will make the final decision regarding the defendant's status regarding an insanity defense.
Since unanimity may be difficult to achieve, especially in large groups, or unanimity may be the result of coercion, fear, undue persuasive power or eloquence, inability to comprehend alternatives, or plain impatience with the process of debate, consensus decision making bodies may use an alternative benchmark of consensus.