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So many people were forced to move to cheaper areas in The Netherlands.
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So far this season, Broadway's premieres have included twice as many adaptations and imports as original American stage plays.
So, I say, Mr. Speaker, God bless you and keep you for many years not only for this body but for the United States of America and the free world.
So many times I have wondered why veterinarians do not wipe the table clean before each new canine patient is placed on it for examination.
So many Cubans were reported being swept into the Castro dragnet that the massive Sports Palace auditorium and at least one hotel were converted into makeshift jails.
So it is too with many other spirits which we all know: the spirit of Nazism or Communism, school spirit, the spirit of a street corner gang or a football team, the spirit of Rotary or the Ku Klux Klan.
So it is no surprise that the science of acoustics spreads across so many facets of our society — music, medicine, architecture, industrial production, warfare and more.
So named due to its resemblance to a traditional agricultural plough ( or more specifically two ploughshares ), many manufacturers produce a plough-style design, all based on or direct copies of the original CQR ( Secure ), a 1933 design patented in the UK ( US patent in 1934 ) by mathematician Geoffrey Ingram Taylor.
So many Englishmen and Gascons came to that part, that perforce they opened the king's battle, so that the Frenchmen were so mingled among their enemies that sometime there was five men upon one gentleman.
So while there are many factors affecting the outcome of a trial, the cross-examination of a witness will often have an impact on an open minded unbiased jury searching for the certainty of facts upon which to base their decision.
So to capitalize on his production and make some income, he turned to graphic arts to reproduce many of his most famous paintings, including those in this series.
So many types of pleasant labor can be described as a result of an earlier and more painful investment.
So many buildings in Kingston, Ontario, Canada were constructed from it that it is nicknamed the ' Limestone City '.
So, while many forms of animal communication exist, they differ from human languages, in that they have a limited range of non-syntactically structured vocabulary tokens that lack cross cultural variation between groups.
If anything, the goal behind outing is to show just how many gay people there are among the most visible people in our society so that when someone outs the milkman or the spinster, everyone will say, ' So what?
So fearsome was the reputation of the Fehme and its reach that many thus released committed suicide rather than prolonging the inevitable.
He has also directed many music videos for groups such as U2 and Talking Heads, including " Stay ( Faraway, So Close!
So many died at their hands that the Myrkridia created enormous platforms crafted of skulls as monuments to their massacres.
So many events are conducting as well as Jhola Aandolan against plastic carry bags use, Global green mission, Operation water reservoir, stop global warming & climate changes, reduce pollution with dedication to save environmental and spiritual values.
So did many of the mainstream ( non-splinter group ) communist parties in South-East Asia, like the Burmese Communist Party, Communist Party of Thailand, and Communist Party of Indonesia.
An ode in her memory, " So many true princesses who have gone ", composed by the then Master of the King's Musick Sir Edward Elgar to words by the Poet Laureate John Masefield, was sung at the unveiling and conducted by the composer.
So although grandmothers might not be necessary during good times, many grandchildren cannot survive without them during times of famine.
So and people
So far as I know, the Comedie has never put Moliere's people in the costumes of the 20th century, but they do reinterpret plays and characters.
So in the second case cited above, it is likely that two different versions are being conflated: one version with an embassy of three people, another with just two people.
So, for residents ( knowing the local code ), a graffiti only containing the name or abbreviation of this gang is already a racist expression, reminding the offended people of their gang activities.
So that by the next morning the market-place was cleared, and the common people had an opportunity of seeing the pastime.
So I, Feral Faun, became ... an anarchist ... a writer ... a Stirner-influenced, post-situationist, anti-civilization theorist ... if not in my own eyes, at least in the eyes of most people who've read my writings.
So, the global population of speakers of Inuit language variants is on the order of over 90, 000 people.
So " In the theory of the revolution " of anarcho-communism as elaborated by Peter Kropotkin and others " it is the risen people who are the real agent and not the working class organised in the enterprise ( the cells of the capitalist mode of production ) and seeking to assert itself as labour power, as a more ' rational ' industrial body or social brain ( manager ) than the employers.
So the basic theory says that raising the minimum wage helps workers whose wages are raised, and hurts people who are not hired ( or lose their jobs ) because companies cut back on employment.
* The track " We Do What We're Told ( Milgram's 37 )" on Peter Gabriel's album So is a reference to Milgram's Experiment 18, in which 37 of 40 people were prepared to administer the highest level of shock.
So Moses lead his people carefully along the eastern border of Edom, the southernmost of these territories.
So the term " medicine man / woman " is not entirely inappropriate, but it greatly oversimplifies and also skews the depiction of the people whose role in society complements that of the chief.
So, people were eating barbecue in South Carolina even before that name had been applied to the area by the English.
So much food was available that people could gain status by giving food away in feasts and festivals, where all could eat their fill.
* A similar fate befell jarl Hákon Sigurðarson in 10th century Norway ; according to Snorri Sturluson, after his death, " So great was the enmity of the Throndhjem people against Earl Hakon, that no man could venture to call him by any other name than " the evil earl "; and he was so called long after those days.
So the shift from prosection to dissection meant a reduction in the number of people that could benefit from a single cadaver.
Asked about Palme, former United States Secretary of State Henry Kissinger once answered that he usually disliked the people he agreed with and liked the people he disagreed with, adding dryly: " So Palme, I liked-a lot ".