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Since then, and since the pure grain had gotten him divorced from every decent -- and even indecent -- group from Greenwich Village to the Embarcadero, he had become a sucker-rolling freight-jumper.
Since then nothing has happened to save the life of Pope.
Since then, the flowers she had planted had spread all over the hill.
Since then, there has been a notable increase in the number of stations and also the accumulation of additional data and the development of new techniques for using it, leading to a better understanding of propagation phenomena.
Since then, many Protestant denominations have made separate pronouncements, in which they not only approved birth control, but declared it at times to be a religious duty.
Since then he had worked at this and that, though some said his main interest was gambling.
Since then and during the first decade, the results were given to newspapers for publication at 11 pm on the night of the awards.
Since then, it has focused on improving relationships with Western countries, cultivating links with other Portuguese-speaking countries, and asserting its own national interests in Central Africa through military and diplomatic intervention.
Since then commercial interest in mouthwashes has been intense and several newer products claim effectiveness in reducing the build-up in dental plaque and the associated severity of gingivitis ( inflammation of the gums ), in addition to fighting bad breath.
Since then, the standard set of languages included in Altaic has comprised Turkic, Mongolic, Tungusic, Korean, and Japanese.
Since then, Alumni has played at the highest level of Argentinian rugby and its rivalry with Belgrano Athletic Club is one of the fiercest local derbies in Buenos Aires.
Since the mid-1890s Schweitzer had formed the inner resolve that it was needful for him as a Christian to repay to the world something for the happiness which it had given to him, and he determined that he would pursue his younger interests until the age of thirty and then give himself to serving humanity, with Jesus serving as his example.
Since then God's Naam and Will have become expressed and creative functioning in the universe goes on.
Since then, the antiparticles of many other subatomic particles have been created in particle accelerator experiments.
Since this process does not involve any heat transfer or work, the First Law of Thermodynamics then implies that the net internal energy change of the system is zero.
Since then, other works of his have been translated into English.
Since then, American English has been influenced by the languages of West Africa, the Native American population, Spanish, and immigration.
Since 1977, New Zealand has celebrated Arbor Day on June 5, which is also World Environment Day, prior to then Arbor Day, in New Zealand, was celebrated on August 4 – which is rather late in the year for tree planting in New Zealand hence the date change.
Since then the " Common Strategy " policy in the USA and the rest of the world has no longer been used.
Since 1990, AIX has served as the primary operating system for the RS / 6000 series ( later renamed IBM eServer pSeries, then IBM System p, and now IBM Power Systems ).
Since then many more have been identified and named.
Since John Wesley ordained and sent forth every Methodist preacher in his day, who preached and baptized and ordained, and since every Methodist preacher who has ever been ordained as a Methodist was ordained in this direct " succession " from Wesley, then the Methodist Church teaches that it has all the direct merits coming from apostolic succession, if any such there be.
Since then the corporate headquarters have moved to New York City at 1 Park Avenue in Manhattan.
Since then groups that are not affiliated to the Santo Daime have used ayahuasca, and a number of different ' styles ' have been developed, such as the non-religious approach developed by Daniel Waterman in 2001, popularly termed Ayahuasca Open Style ( AOS ).

Since and Archbishops
Since Henry VIII broke with Rome, the Archbishops of Canterbury have been selected by the English ( British since the Act of Union in 1707 ) monarch.
Since the 20th century, the appointment of Archbishops of Canterbury conventionally alternates between more moderate Anglo-Catholics and Evangelicals.
Since 1915, all Archbishops of Chicago have been honored in consistory with the title of Cardinal Priest and membership in the College of Cardinals.
Since the Reformation, the Archbishops of Canterbury have been bishops of the Church of England ; before the Reformation, they were bishops of the Roman Catholic Church.
Since Pope St. Pius X appointed the second Metropolitan Archbishop of Rio de Janeiro, Joaquim Arcoverde de Albuquerque Cavalcanti, a Cardinal of the Holy Roman Church in 1905, all subsequent Archbishops were either elevated to the Cardinalate during their service in the Archdiocese of Rio de Janeiro, or were transferred to that Metropolitan See when already members of the College of Cardinals.

Since and Canterbury
Since membership is based on a province's communion with Canterbury, expulsion would require the Archbishop of Canterbury's refusal to be in communion with the affected jurisdiction ( s ).
Since 1987, the Member of Parliament for the Canterbury constituency, which includes Whitstable, has been the Conservative Julian Brazier.
Since 2008, the former electorate of Otago has been split and merged into the large rural electorates of Waitaki which also includes some of the neighbouring Canterbury Region, and the Clutha-Southland electorate, which also includes most of the rural part of the neighbouring Southland Region.
Since Uckfield was part of the Archbishop's extensive Manor of South Malling, some of these travellers could have been bound for Canterbury for business or other ( e. g. religious ) reasons, though others had destinations elsewhere along the route.
Since its inception, notable guest editors have included: David Blunkett, who used the programme as an opportunity to ' turn the tables ' on John Humphrys in 2005 ; Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, whose appearance on 29 December 2006 encompassed discussions of his growing concerns about the ' justification ' for the invasion of Iraq, Britain's role in the affair, and the consequences for British armed forces ; and Peter Hennessy, who, on 28 December 2007, led a visit to HMS Vigilant ( a British Trident submarine ) alongside its base at Faslane.
Since 1996 he has presented a show dedicated to progressive rock and the Canterbury scene on his local radio station, Phoenix FM.
Since 1956 the college has provided liturgical hospitality to a local Anglican congregation, the Canterbury Fellowship.
Since 2004 Volf has taken part in the Building Bridges Seminar, a yearly gathering of Muslim and Christian scholars chaired until 2012 by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams.
Since antiquity, it is always used in the triple enthronement of an Archbishop of Canterbury.
Since the work of John M. Manly and Edith Rickert in compiling their Text of the Canterbury Tales ( 1940 ), the Hengwrt manuscript has had a much higher degree of prominence in attempts to reconstruct Chaucer's text, displacing the previously prominent Ellesmere and Harley MS. 7334.
Since the 1960s a large number of satellite housing estates have been built on the north side of the village, mostly in former woodland, which have turned Sturry into one of the major dormitary villages for Canterbury.
Since the passage of the Regency Act 1937, the only person to have been a Counsellor of State while not a queen consort, prince or princess was The Earl of Harewood ( although Princess Maud of Fife, who served as a Counsellor of State between 1942 and 1945, styled herself simply Lady Southesk ); prior to that the Lord Chancellor, the Lord President of the Council, the Prime Minister and the Archbishop of Canterbury had been appointed to the position by George V.
Since then Southland have held the shield a number of times most recently claiming it after a 51 year drought defeating Canterbury 9-3 at AMI Stadium, Christchurch.
Since the Croydon area was transferred from Canterbury to Southwark in 1984, Stuart Snell was presumably the first suffragan Bishop of Croydon for the Diocese of Southwark.
Since its foundation in 1903 the Fund has been involved in the acquisition of over 860, 000 works of art of every kind, including many of the most famous objects in British public collections, such as Velázquez's Rokeby Venus in the National Gallery, Picasso's Weeping Woman in the Tate collection, and the Anglo Saxon Staffordshire Hoard and medieval Canterbury Astrolabe Quadrant in the British Museum.
Since then Frost has lectured on his subject at Falmouth School of Art, Canterbury School of Art, University of East London and Anglia Ruskin University.
Since 1947, Airwork ( NZ ) Limited had been operating Tiger Moths for rabbit killing by spreading poisoned carrots in Canterbury.

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