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So and British
On 13 May Powell, said the task force was sent " to repossess the Falkland Islands, to restore British administration of the islands and to ensure that the decisive factor in the future of the islands should be the wishes of the inhabitants " but the Foreign Secretary ( Francis Pym ) desired an " interim agreement ": " So far as I understand that interim agreement, it is in breach, if not in contradiction, of each of the three objects with which the task force was dispatched to the South Atlantic.
So far it is the biggest music deal in British history.
The British author Rudyard Kipling popularized the Limpopo in his short story " The Elephant's Child ", in the Just So Stories, in which he described " the great grey-green, greasy Limpopo River, all set about with fever-trees ," where the " Bi-Coloured Python Rock-Snake " dwells.
So K ' empala formally became ' Kampala ' with repeated usage, and when the British colonial rulers needed a name for the city they adopted this reference.
So assured, the British royal family inoculated themselves and reassured the English people that it was safe.
It's hard not to wonder if the filmmakers have some kind of subconscious agenda .... They have made a film that will have the effect of inoculating audiences against the unique historical horror of Oradour — and implicitly rehabilitating the Nazis while making the British seem as evil as history's worst monsters .... So it's no wonder that the British press sees this film as a kind of blood libel against the British people.
So successful were British colonial troop deployments to Barbados, it has been said that Barbados is the only country in the Caribbean region never to have changed hands since the British first landed and established the city of Jamestown ( around the first quarter century of the 17th century ) until independence.
* So Disdained ( 1928 ), written soon after the General Strike of 1926, reflected the debate in British Society about socialism and considered whether Italian fascism was an effective antidote.
So the strategy of aiding their Spanish civilian allies in their guerrilla or ' small war ' benefited the British in many ways, not all of which were immediately obvious.
It made heavy use of style-conscious New Romantic synthpop acts, with " I Ran ( So Far Away )" ( 1982 ) by A Flock of Seagulls generally considered the first hit by a British act to enter the Billboard Top Ten as a result of exposure through video.
So the proceeds of the greatest cash robbery in British history were quickly used up, with few of the robbers receiving any real long-term benefit from the stolen money.
So long as this sort of help was forthcoming there was little reason for the British Parliament to impose its own taxes on the colonists.
During the 1950s, Bogarde came to prominence playing a hoodlum who shoots and kills a police constable in The Blue Lamp ( 1950 ) co-starring Jack Warner and Bernard Lee ; a handsome artist who comes to rescue of Jean Simmons during the World's Fair in Paris in So Long at the Fair, a film noir thriller ; an accidental murderer who befriends a young boy played by Jon Whiteley in Hunted ( aka The Stranger in Between ) ( 1952 ); in Appointment in London ( 1953 ) as a young Wing-Commander in Bomber Command who, against orders, opts to fly his 90th mission with his men in a major air offensive against the Germans ; an unjustly imprisoned man who regains hope in clearing his name when he learns his sweetheart, Mai Zetterling, is still alive in Desperate Moment ( 1953 ); Doctor in the House ( 1954 ), as a medical student, in a film that made Bogarde one of the most popular British stars of the 1950s, and co-starring Kenneth More, Donald Sinden and James Robertson Justice as their crabby mentor ; The Sleeping Tiger ( 1954 ), playing a neurotic criminal with co-star Alexis Smith, and Bogarde's first film for American expatriate director Joseph Losey ; Doctor at Sea ( 1955 ), co-starring Brigitte Bardot in one of her first film roles ; as a returning Colonial who fights the Mau-Mau with Virginia McKenna and Donald Sinden in Simba ( 1955 ); Cast a Dark Shadow ( 1955 ), as a man who marries women for money and then murders them ; The Spanish Gardener ( 1956 ), co-starring Michael Hordern, Jon Whiteley, and Cyril Cusack ; Doctor at Large ( 1957 ), again with Donald Sinden, another entry in the " Doctor films series ", co-starring later Bond-girl Shirley Eaton ; the Powell and Pressburger production Ill Met by Moonlight ( 1957 ) co-starring Marius Goring as the German General Kreipe, kidnapped on Crete by Patrick " Paddy " Leigh Fermor ( Bogarde ) and a fellow band of adventurers based on W. Stanley Moss ' real-life account of the WW2 caper ; A Tale of Two Cities ( 1958 ), a faithful retelling of Charles Dickens ' classic ; as a Flt.
So the British ordered destruction of the farms and the homes of civilians in order to prevent the still-fighting Boers from obtaining food and supplies.
So far, it has been translated into English ( British and American ), Spanish, German, Dutch, French, Portuguese ( Brazilian ), Danish, Polish, Greek, Czech, Russian, Turkish, Basque and Korean.
So commanding was the new battery over Boston harbor the British withdrew their fleet to Halifax.
So when Hone Heke cut down the flag pole for the fourth time, Nene was mightily offended, feeling that his mana had been trampled on and Nene was already at war with Heke when the British troops began to arrive on the scene.
So from 1742 British Honduras was a dependency directly under the Governor of Jamaica.
So, theoretically, any future British King Edward would be given the number IX, even though there have only been two ( or three ) previous Edwards in Scotland, but any future King Robert would be given the number IV, even though he would be the first Robert to reign in England.
So for safety, the revolutionaries convened their first conference at the British concession in Hankou on November 30.

So and subjects
So while the Mandinka people generally referred to their land and capital province as Manden, its semi-nomadic Fula subjects residing on the heartland's western ( Tekrur ), southern ( Fouta Djallon ) and eastern borders ( Macina ) popularized the name Mali for this kingdom and later empire of the Middle Ages.
Improvements were seen on diabetic peripheral neuropathy, nephropathy and other decrements associated with long-term complications of type I diabetes .< ref name =" pmid10784221 "> So far, dosing with C-peptide has shown to be safe and there were no effects of C-peptide demonstrated in healthy subjects ( who make their own C-peptide ).
So he and his family, except of his steadfastly Lutheran wife Anna, converted, while most of his subjects remained Lutherans.
So the small family moved to Kensington where she could attend lectures unregistered in archaeology and related subjects at University College London and the London Museum, where she studied under Mortimer Wheeler.
So all in all the subjects are: Danish, Religion studies, mathematics, Art, History, Music, PE, English and Science.
So much time was taken in posing his subjects that he often only could do three sittings a day.
So varied were Thomas's activities that when it came time for the Library of Congress to catalog his memoirs they were forced to put them in " CT " (" biographies of subjects who do not fit into any other category ") in their classification.
So far too as the Romans were capable of taking interest in speculative questions, the tragic poets contributed to stimulate curiosity on such subjects, and they anticipated Lucretius in using the conclusions of speculative philosophy as well as of common sense to assail some of the prevailing forms of superstition.
So in the last two decades of his life he published twenty-seven works on a wide range of subjects, including education, nutrition, abstinence from alcohol and tobacco and other health issues, and treatment of slaves.
Waters played the leading man in Richard Massingham's amusing instructional short subjects, among them Tell Me If It Hurts ( 1936 ), And So Work ( 1937 ), The Daily Round ( 1947 ) and What a Life!
* So their Highnesses are kings and lords of these islands and land of Tierra-firme by virtue of this donation: and some islands, and indeed almost all those to whom this has been notified, have received and served their Highnesses, as lords and kings, in the way that subjects ought to do, with good will, without any resistance, immediately, without delay, when they were informed of the aforesaid facts.
So rats may begin to see more use as genetic research subjects.
So he skimmed feverishly through the rest of the course in the hope to find and answer, and it was finally lesson XVII, " How to wake up hypnotised subjects " that saved young Fernand from sleep therapy.

So and voluntarily
" So I trust that a critical public will hold constantly in mind that I am voluntarily avoiding words containing that symbol which is, by far, of most common inclusion in writing our Anglo-Saxon as it is, today.
So she voluntarily blindfolded herself.
So, Asimov eventually wrote the book in his own way ( completely different in plot from what had written ), which was eventually published by Doubleday in 1987 as Fantastic Voyage II and " dealt not with competing submarines in the bloodstream, but with one submarine, with American hero cooperating ( not entirely voluntarily ) with four Soviet crew members ".
So pronounced was Wise's desire for union, that when in 1894 the Union Prayer Book was published by the Central Conference of American Rabbis, he voluntarily retired the Minhag America from his own congregation.

So and foreign
As one article put it: " So why do we agree to a system in which we're dependent on a foreign country's whim before we can prosecute a criminal inside our own borders?
So far, delivery of the ' normal ' gene has been difficult because the immune system recognizes the new gene as foreign and rejects the cells carrying it.
So far, delivery of the ' normal ' gene has been difficult because the immune system recognizes the new gene as foreign and rejects the cells carrying it.
So far the DPRK, not surprisingly given Juche and UN attempts to isolate them, has made little progress in attracting foreign capital.
So " a decision is made and enforced by military means " could be anything done by the administration or bureaucracy as a normal part of its foreign policy.
In Mr. Moto Is So Sorry he states that one of these foreign universities was in America where he studied Anthropology.
From 1966 to 1974, Eban served as Israel's foreign minister, defending the country's reputation after the Six-Day War and claiming Israel was attacked first " So on the fateful morning of 5 June, when Egyptian forces moved by air and land against Israel's western coast ".
So when I was talking about their problems I was a very sincere candidate, but when they would ask me questions that had to do with foreign policy or national policy, obviously I was pretty far to the left of the mainstream up there.
So at 9: 45 pm on the evening of 18 March 1938, Cárdenas nationalized Mexico's petroleum reserves and expropriated the equipment of the foreign oil companies in Mexico.
So far, Matvere has played or voiced in seven films and television series including foreign TV-series.
So, too, we are to be careful not to introduce into the sphere of the Torah foreign ideas … Rather, we should always be mindful of the superiority of the Torah, which differs from all other scientific knowledge through its Divine origin … Sages do not demand of us to completely ignore all the scientific knowledge … rather that a person familiar with these other realms of knowledge, but … only from the Torah's perspective … and they warn us that neglecting this perspective will jeopardize our intellectual life.
So on November 17, 1997 Al-Gama ' a al-Islamiyya killing campaign climaxed with the attack at the Temple of Hatshepsut ( Deir el-Bahri ) in Luxor, in which a band of six men dressed in police uniforms machine-gunned and hacked to death with knives 58 foreign tourists and four Egyptians.
) So whether you take the bike trail or the highway, you'll find campgrounds, nature trails, and miles and miles of protected beaches perfect for sand dollar and sea shell hunting, and for picking through flotsam washed ashore from the high seas and exotic foreign ports.
So when other churches sang and learned songs in foreign languages, Mulu Wongel church, which began in Addis Ababa, introduced Amharic gospel songs.
So, the distinction between ' second language ' and ' foreign language ' is a geographical and environmental distinction.
So a foreign language is not always a foreign language and a second language is not always a second language.
So Bacon himself offers a whole series of measures and reforms that should be implemented, reducing the rate of interest, avoiding excessively large estates, increased wages, promoting external trade increasing the value of raw materials through work, and assuring provisions of transport to foreign countries.
So the terms, Kuki, Chin, or Lushai, or their combinations like Lusei-Kuki, Kuki-Chin, Kuki-Lusei-Chin or even acronyms like CHIKUMI ( for Chin-Kuki-Mizo ) or CHIKIM ( for Chin-Kuki-Mizo ) could not be firmly in the minds of the people, who intrinsically know that they are foreign terms having no meaning in any local dialects.
So, over the course of time, American car companies shifted from manufacturing econoboxes themselves, and partnered with a foreign manufacturer to build them.
So FNB of A opens a USD account at foreign bank Credit Mutuel de B, and instructs all counter-parties to settle transactions in USD at " account no.
So rapid an expansion early attracted the attention of foreign bishops.
So, on May 12 Wingfield vetoed Archer's Hope, the first site proposed, as too visible ( thus easily bombarded by foreign ships ' guns ).
So far, no foreign missions have moved to Naypyidaw.

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