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So and politically
So inflated had this association grown, that in the work of orientalist scholars such as Bernard Lewis, the Ismailis were equated to the politically active fida ' is and thus regarded as a radical and heretical sect known as the Assassins.
So inflated had this association grown, that in the work of orientalist scholars such as Bernard Lewis the Ismailis were virtually equated to the politically active fida ' is.
So the Rhine had become a frontier and the Rheinschanze was cut off politically from Mannheim and lost its function as the neighbouring city's military bulwark.
So some of the priests who helped him were politically motivated ; others acted from the belief in the right to asylum and the possibility of redemption.
So inflated had this association grown, that in the work of Orientalist scholars such as Bernard Lewis the Ismailis were virtually equated to the politically active fida ’ is.
So, it is possible that there were many Yayoi dialects in the period before Old Japanese emerged, of which the dialect of the warring states that ended up prevailing politically as the Japanese state was unified superseded other early Yayoi languages or dialects.
So during the public speech about the appearance of the comet, he specified that he, the new ruler of the world, was born ( politically ) at the very appearance of his father Julius Caesar as a comet in the sky of Rome and his father was announcing his own ( political ) birth.
So, although Walker obeyed orders and successfully integrated Little Rock High, he also turned more politically toward right-wing literature and radio programs, including that of segregationist preacher, Reverend Billy James Hargis, and H. L.

So and correct
So the correct value for our original expression, 4 × 2 < sup > 2 </ sup > − ( 2 + 2 < sup > 2 </ sup >), is 10.
So far only the first generation of fermions ( leptons and quarks ) with correct parity properties have been modelled by Sundance Bilson-Thompson using preons constituted of braids of spacetime as the building blocks.
So which story is correct?
So, for example, in a study of cheating, the participants may be told that the study has to do with how intuitive they are and during the process they might be given the opportunity to look at ( secretly, they think ) another participant's highly intuitively correct answers before handing in their own.
So it is more a matter of choosing the correct cymbal for the sound required.
So that whereas Brahmins had been very strict on correct pronunciation, the Chinese, and indeed other Far-Eastern Buddhists were less concerned with this than correctly writing something down.
So both sentences ( 1 ) and ( 2 ) are correct.
So, putting intellectual effort into optimizing just a small part of the program can have a huge effect on the overall speed — if the correct part ( s ) can be located.
So we should correct the basic cycle ( of 1 full moon cycle ~ 14 lunations ) after 18 full moon cycles ; with the proper epoch ( starting date ), this can be done by skipping the first entry of the first full moon cycle ( of the next large cycle of 18 full moon cycle ), i. e. use the entry with value-8 instead of 0 from the first basic 14-month table above.
So the correct fourth are i and − i, which are the imaginary numbers defined to be.
So by setting restrictions on the mail transfer agent ( MTA ) a mail administrator can reduce spam significantly, such as by enforcing the correct fall back of Mail eXchange ( MX ) records in the Domain Name System, or the correct handling of delays ( Teergrube ).
So, the user's probability of being correct, when guessing that a node is level 3 or higher, is 1 / 4.
# So God would not deceive me, and would not permit me to err without giving me a way to correct my errors.
So if y ≤ x, the carry from the most significant digit that would normally be ignored is added, producing the correct result.
So as long as we're assuming a spherical Earth, any single formula for distance on the Earth is only guaranteed correct within 0. 5 % ( though we can do better if our formula is only intended to apply to a limited area ).
So while the intent may have been to correct the omission which led to the Midwest Video decision, and make PEG mandatory, the result was a law which allowed the municipality to opt-out of PEG requirements, and keep 100 % of the Cable television franchise fees for their general fund, while providing no PEG facilities or television channel capacity.
There is some mystery as to the identity of this king of Egypt: some scholars have argued that So refers to the Egyptian city Sais ( as the New English Bible suggests ), and thereby refers to king Tefnakht of the 24th Dynasty ; however the principal city of Egypt at this time was Tanis, which suggests that there was an unnecessary correction of the text and Kenneth Kitchen is correct in identifying " So " with Osorkon IV of the 22nd Dynasty.
So Seki had to work it out by himself independently — he is sometimes credited with Horner's method, which is not historically correct.
" So far, time has proved him correct.
So the tribunal or court would deduct earnings from a new job during the correct notice period from compensation due, but if the employer attempts to do this unilaterally, it may simply trigger a claim that would not otherwise have happened had it turned a blind eye to the employee making a couple of weeks ' wages out of the situation.
So that inbound passengers do not have to guess which inbound platform wil be served next, an automatic illuminated sign at the fare mezzanine level indicates the correct platform for the next inbound train.
So, though baseball is the game that features more power hitting, as a strategy there are far fewer situations in baseball in which it would be correct to rely on the power game.

So and I
So I can hear you while I'm checkin' the car.
And Hank Maguire added, `` So am I, Tom ''.
`` So help me, Crouch, I'd like to kill you where you stand, but, before I do, I'm going to hear you admit killing him.
`` So I just scooted out of his clutches.
So, I mustered my few words of the Manu dialect and said, `` We greet you in peace.
So instead I come up ''.
So I got out.
So far as I am concerned, the child is unmistakably father to the man, despite the obvious fact that child and father differ greatly -- sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worse.
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 far as I can see, there is only one way out for the positivist.
So as the years passed, I saw them each time in the light of an accelerated personal conflagration.
So in closing, fellow retired members, I advise you to make the most of each day, enjoy each one to the n'th degree.
So I have heard ''.
So what I am trying to tell you is the ' why ' -- that is my point -- and that concerns the spirit of the matter.
So you thought I didn't mean what I said.
`` So I started practicing on it in spring training.
So I went to see `` La Dolce Vita ''.
So, I put my Bible to the practical test of noting what it says about itself, and then tested it to see how it worked.
So I started making some calls of my own.
So I made no mention of air transport until we could get at least some of it ''.
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 I went about my business.
`` So do I.

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