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So long as the island retained its independence the government was an oligarchy.
So in May 1893 a new regulation to all chiefs of police, stated that the police should not intervene, if the two last fields in the flag were longer than 6 / 4 as long as these did not exceed 7 / 4, and provided that this was the only rule violated.
So long as there is a limited supply, e. g. desirable land, economics does apply.
::" So long everybody!
::" So long, we sure had a good time!
So long, gee, the company was fine!
So long as Ambrose continued at Preston he was favoured with the warm friendship of the Hoghton family, their ancestral woods and the tower near Blackburn affording him sequestered places for those devout meditations and " experiences " that give such a charm to his diary, portions of which are quoted in his Prima Media and Ultima ( 1650, 1659 ).
So long as I assert myself as holder, I am the proprietor of the thing.
So long as Ahaz reigned, the kingdom of Judah was unmolested by the Assyrian power ; but on his accession to the throne, Hezekiah, who was encouraged to rebel " against the king of Assyria " (), entered into an alliance with the king of Egypt ().
So long as an insurer maintains adequate funds set aside for anticipated losses ( called reserves ), the remaining margin is an insurer's profit.
" So as long as wages rose, and they did, hours fell, and they did, security increased, and it appeared to, the AFL could grow fat while neglecting millions of labourers doomed to lives of misery and want.
So long as everyone was using the same tactics these weaknesses were not immediately apparent, but with the advent of the Roman legion they proved fatal in every major engagement, the most famous being the Battle of Pydna, as the Romans were able to advance through gaps in the line and easily defeat the phalangites once in close.
So long as we still live.
So long as men can breathe, or eyes can see,
So long lives this, and this gives life to thee.
So long as long enough sequences can be stored it is possible to store an access number, pause, PIN, and ultimate telephone number in a single normal phone memory location.
" So God said to him, ' Since you have asked for this and not for long life or wealth for yourself, nor have asked for the death of your enemies but for discernment in administering justice, I will do what you have asked ...'" ( 1 Kings 3: 11-12 ) The Hebrew Bible also states that: " The whole world sought audience with Solomon to hear the wisdom God had put in his heart.
So closely in fact, that the famous painting of the middle-aged King Philip II was long attributed to Coello or Juan Pantoja de la Cruz.
So, for instance, a tax on wages in a town will ( at least in the long run ) affect property-owners in that area.
So long as the tap runs water ( analogous to the emission of carbon dioxide ) into the tub faster than water escapes through the plughole ( the natural removal of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere ), then the level of water in the tub ( analogous to the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere ) will continue to rise.
So I had a long head start on everyone else.
So long as the velocity of the ramjet engine exhaust jet is greater than the electric field-induced velocity of the incoming scooped ions there can be a net force in the direction of the ramjet's flight that will accelerate the spacecraft.
So is the quotient, so long as there is no division by zero.

So and was
So simple, in fact, that it might even work -- although Pamela, now, in her new frame of mind, was careful not to pretend too much assurance.
So if all these beers was to get me in bed, man, you just spent a lot of money ''.
So Dandy Brandon trustingly entered the house with Delphine Lalaurie and trudged up the rear steps to the attic room which was to be his new home.
So the verdict was `` death at the hands of a person or persons unknown '', and the elite of the city, accepting Delphine's testimony, welcomed her and the doctor back into the fold.
So was my brother.
So persistent were these attacks that in March of the following year, Woodruff was finally moved to action, and Pike was to learn his first lesson in frontier politics, the subtle art of diversion.
So what Fred and Ralph did was to attempt to prorate the money fairly by taking into account what each of the five had received, if anything, from the estate before Papa's death.
So, because he had received less than Tom, it was felt proper that Fred should receive the few hundred dollars that remained.
So choosing a good tree, he clambered up into it, found a comfortable notch, and curled up in it to sleep, like the tousled bear he was, with his hands across his chest, as though surfeited with honey.
So Charles was dead.
So they parted when she was in an impatient humor.
So the pattern was established.
So it was that when Mr. Brown and Mr. Sharpe first saw the French tool on exhibition in Paris in 1868, they brought a sample with them to the United States and started Brown & Sharpe in yet another field where it retains its leadership to this day.
So young Prokofieff was the darling of success: in his motherland ; ;
So Prokofieff was able to cultivate his musical talents and harvest a rich reward from them.
But the greater part of semester time was actually centered around the attitudes: `` So we are married -- now how do we make the best of it ''??
So with all this experience, Bob Fogg was a natural choice to receive the first Emergency Air Mail Star Route contract.
So, after the sitting has been held, several readings at one time are mailed, and the distant sitter ( whose name or whose communicator's name was given to the medium ) must mark each little item as Correct ( Hit ), Incorrect ( Miss ), Doubtful, or Especially Significant ( applying to him and, he feels, not to anyone else ).
So filled was Mel Chandler with the spirit of Garryowen that after Korea was over, he took on the job of writing the complete history of the regiment.
So strenuous it was physically, with its days of horseback riding over rough roads that it seems an amazing feat of endurance for both Miss Packard and Miss Upton.
So was the attack upon Charles E. Bohlen when Eisenhower appointed him Ambassador to Moscow.
So somebody else could have come in, too -- then or later while she was out of the room.

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