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Tensions came to a head in 1875 when the conservative President Gabriel García Moreno, after being elected to his third term, was allegedly assassinated by anticlerical Freemasons.
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Tensions between royal authorities and settlers came to a head in 1720 over the status of the Jesuits, whose efforts to organize the Indians had denied the settlers easy access to Indian labor.
Tensions came to a head when the king's son, Sextus Tarquinius, raped Lucretia, wife and daughter to powerful Roman nobles.
Tensions with the College of Cardinals came to the fore when in 1466, attempting to eliminate redundant offices, Paul II proceeded to annul the College of Abbreviators, whose function it was to formulate papal documents ; a storm of indignation arose, inasmuch as rhetoricians and poets with humanist training, of which Paul deeply disapproved, had long been accustomed to benefiting from employment in such positions.
Tensions came to a head in the insurrection of the Jews of Cyrene under Vespasian ( 73 AD, the First Roman-Jewish War ) and especially Trajan ( 117 AD, the Kitos War ).
Tensions came to a head and Danzig announced to the audience that it would be the band's final show.
Tensions between Al-Sadr and Dawa came to light when Al-Sadr forbade his students at the seminary ( Hawza ) from joining the Dawa party.
Tensions between the two population groups came to a head in 1954, when the first violent events of what was later called the Algerian War began.
Tensions and hazards resulting from the positions in which BEA Trident SFOs and young co-pilots were placed came to a head shortly before the accident.
Tensions over this " workerist " tendency came to a head within the RCP in 1977 around whether China remained a communist country after the death of Mao Zedong and subsequent leadership struggles in the People's Republic of China between the Gang of Four and Hua Guofeng.
Tensions finally came to a head on June 20, 1856, when two Strangite malcontents shot their " king " in the back, leading to his death three weeks later.
Tensions came to a head during Velvet Revolver's Glasgow show on March 20, 2008, where Weiland announced to the crowd that it was the band's last tour, unaware that the band were already planning on firing him.
Tensions came to a head on 13 February, when news emerged of the death in Carabanchel of the ETA militant Jose Ignacio Arregui, a victim of torture after being held incommunicado during 10 days in the General Security Directorate ( Dirección General de Seguridad ).
Tensions between Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland came to a head in the late 1960s, when nationalist participants in a civil rights march were shot by members of the B Specials, a reserve police force manned almost exclusively by unionists.
Tensions came to a head in Salem, Oregon, culminating in a fistfight between the two which spilled out of the van and onto the sidewalk.
Tensions between Gibernau and Rossi came to a head at the first race of 2005 at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Tensions between the new tenants and the Christies came to a head when Ethel Christie prosecuted one of her neighbours for assault.
Tensions between Francevic and team boss Shepherd came to a head at the 1986 Castrol 500 at Sandown.
Tensions between the two selectors were high, and came to a head in a selection meeting ahead of the Fourth Test.
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Tensions with the Tunnel Rats come to a head just as Bishop and Officer Ortega manage to track down The Worm, a hideously mutated young man who is seeking revenge for being cast out by his parents.
Tensions come to a head when Major Sinclair publicly assaults the uniformed piper he discovers with his daughter – " bashing a corporal " as he put it.
Tensions and when
Tensions between the superpowers increased during this time, when Carter placed trade embargoes on the Soviet Union and stated that the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan was " the most serious threat to the peace since the Second World War.
Tensions between Georgia and separatist authorities in Ajaria increased after the elections, climaxing on May 1, 2004 when Abashidze responded to military maneuvers held by Georgia near the region by having the three bridges connecting Ajaria and the rest of Georgia over the Choloki River blown up.
Tensions over the Aegean Sea surfaced again in November 1994, when Greece claimed under the Law of the Sea Treaty states, which Turkey has not signed, that it reserved the right to declare an expansion of its continental shelf from around its Aegean islands.
Tensions reached a peak in when four students were shot dead at Trisakti University by security forces ; four days of riots and violence ensued that killed an estimated 1, 200, and destroyed or damaged 6, 000 buildings.
Tensions between Gregory and the imperial court began around 722, when emperor Leo III attempted to raise taxes on the papal patrimonies in Italy, draining the Papacy ’ s monetary reserves.
Tensions finally reached breaking point and a Workers ’ Uprising took place on 17 June 1953, to be quickly and brutally crushed when Soviet tanks rolled in, and some of the worst violence occurred around Potsdamer Platz, where several people were killed by the Volkspolizei.
Tensions escalated further in 1609, with the War of the Jülich succession, which began when John William, Duke of Jülich-Cleves-Berg, the ruler of the strategically important United Duchies of Jülich-Cleves-Berg, died childless.
Tensions sometimes ran high between the settlers and the " Vandemonians " as they were termed, particularly during the Victorian gold rush when a flood of settlers from Van Diemen's Land rushed to the Victorian gold fields.
Tensions boiled over between Japan and China when Japan refused to withdraw its forces and placed a blockade at the 38th Parallel.
* Tensions between Antiochus III and Rome increase when Hannibal is given refuge by Antiochus III at Ephesus and becomes his adviser.
Tensions between the Earps and the McLaurys further increased when another passenger stage on the ' Sandy Bob Line ' in the Tombstone area, bound for Bisbee, was held up on September 8, 1881.
Tensions with the more Orthodox elements in the group caused a formal split in 1987, when a more religiously-oriented splinter group, called the " Movement for the Establishment of the Temple " was founded.
Tensions between Bahrain and Iran had already been raised in the summer of 2007, when Hossein Shariatmadari, an Advisor to Iran ’ s supreme leader Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and editor of the Iranian newspaper, Kayan, called for Bahrain to be incorporated into Iran as its 14th province – a stance that echoed Saddam Hussein ’ s designs on Kuwait in the late 1980s.
Tensions quickly rose to civil unrest when Florus plundered the treasury of the Temple of Jerusalem under the guise of imperial taxes.
Tensions between the settlers and the Native American inhabitants ( primarily of the Catawba tribe ) were eased considerably when the boundary dispute between North Carolina and South Carolina was settled in 1772, after which most of the Catawba settled on a reservation near Fort Mill, South Carolina.
Tensions burst when a Freeborn farmer intentionally stole crops from a field controlled by the farmers of Waseca county.
Tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union increased dramatically when the Soviet Union closed all land travel between the western occupation sectors of Germany and the American, French and British sectors of Berlin.
Tensions between management and labor in the Roslyn mines began spilling over in the summer of 1888, when management laid off a number of labor union workers who were petitioning for higher wages.
Tensions were raised again in 2004, when the FBU and local authority employers clashed over whether the deal brokered in 2003 was being honoured.
Tensions escalated into the Croatian War of Independence when the Yugoslav National Army and various Serb paramilitaries attacked Croatia.
Tensions escalated until they attempted to take over the colony, but when they failed the elders exiled them from the planet and its regenerative radiation, dooming them to perish slowly.
Tensions were further raised when in May 1572 the news reached Paris that a French Huguenot army under Louis of Nassau had crossed from France to the Netherlandish province of Hainault and captured the Catholic strongholds of Mons and Valenciennes ( now in Belgium and France, respectively ).
Tensions rose when a French-speaking social geographer suggested in a televised lecture that an objective case could be made for changing the administrative status of the city of Leuven, to include it in a larger, bilingual ' Greater-Brussels '.