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Pasternak later said, " If, in a bad dream, we had seen all of the horrors in store for us after the war, we should have been sorry not to see Stalin go down together with Hitler: an end to the war in favour of our allies, civilized countries with democratic traditions, would have meant a hundred times less suffering for our people than that which Stalin again inflicted on it after his victory.
However a Danish priest on top of a hill overlooking the battle prayed to God, which meant that the Danes moved closer to victory the more he prayed.
On 16 April 1963, an astonishing game at Filbert Street against Manchester United, which saw both Ken Keyworth and Denis Law score a hat-trick each, ended in a 4 – 3 victory for Leicester, which meant Leicester sat top of the First Division and 11 days later Banks put in one of the performances of his career to keep out Liverpool as Leicester beat them 1 – 0 in the FA Cup semi-final despite being completely outplayed all game.
This victory, combined with the fact that winter was fast approaching, meant Germanicus's next step was to lead his army back to its winter quarters on the Rhine.
The arrival of a body of emigrants from Rhodes and Cnidus who subsequently founded Lipara, and who lent their assistance to the Segestans, for a time secured the victory to that people ; but disputes and hostilities seem to have been of frequent occurrence between the two cities, and it is probable that in 454 BCE, when Diodorus speaks of the Segestans as being at war with the Lilybaeans ( modern Marsala ), that the Selinuntines are the people really meant.
Lincoln's defeat could well have meant the victory of the Confederacy, as the Democratic Party platform called for peace negotiations based on the acknowledgment of the Confederacy's independence.
This meant that victory would fulfill the war aim that was crucial for the French public.
Decent home form, including a victory over Real Madrid, led to the team sitting comfortably in the top half of the Liga and qualifying from their Europa League group, although poorer performances away from Bilbao meant that a really successful run never materialised.
The Saints however were back to winning ways with a 3 – 1 victory away at Peterborough on Tuesday 17 April, which meant that promotion to the Premier League could be sealed with a win at Middlesbrough as West Ham had only managed a draw away to Bristol City.
He scored 103 out of a total of 242 and the gamble paid off, as it meant there was sufficient time to push for victory when an England collapse left them a target of only 107 to win.
However, a 3 – 0 victory over Switzerland and a 4 – 2 victory over Croatia meant England still qualified for a quarter-final against the hosts Portugal.
Naval historian John F. Guilmartin, Jr. also posits the question of what would have happened if the Ottomans had won: given the conditions of the engagement, a similarly crushing victory would have meant the effective disappearance of the Christian naval cadres and allowed the Ottoman fleet to roam the Mediterranean at will, with dire consequences for Malta, Crete and possibly even the Balearics or Venice itself.
More importantly, however, the lack of a decisive victory by either side meant that the war would go on.
However, his impressive victory in 1099 and his subsequent campaigning in 1100 meant that he was able to force Acre, Ascalon, Arsuf, Jaffa, and Caesarea to become tributaries.
Smith's biographer, Mark Stuart, claimed that Smith could have won Labour a Parliamentary victory in 1997 on a similar scale to that achieved by Tony Blair because of the combination of the Black Wednesday debacle and ongoing Conservative divisions over Europe between 1992 and 1997 ; however, Stuart argues that the lack of a Blair effect would have meant that the Conservative Party would have held slightly over 200 seats in the House of Commons, leaving the Conservatives in a position similar to that of Labour in 1983 than to the actual Conservative result in 1997.
Bad luck for rivals and excellent on-track performances from the Colombian meant he was a title contender, particularly after a key victory at the German Grand Prix.
The UK's victory this year meant that the contest would take place in the UK the following year-the seventh time the country had hosted the event ( still a record ), which was hosted in Harrogate at a later than usual date, 24 April.
His victory occurring when it did, the chronological proximity to the initial settlement of the Emperor Augustus ( then Octavian ) meant that the spolia opima was swallowed in an effort to consolidate Octavian's position in the eyes of the Senate.
James attended Mass services there with his Jacobite supporters for a time, however, the victory of the Protestant Williamites in this war meant that the cathedral was restored to Anglican ownership in 1690 when James abandoned Dublin after his defeat at the Battle of the Boyne.
The victory meant that the English control over the English Channel, regained by the Battle of Portland in March after it had been lost in the Battle of Dungeness, was now extended to the North Sea.
A significant victory at the Battle of Camden meant that the invaders soon controlled most of Georgia and South Carolina.
The victory of the Popular Front in 1936 meant that Laval had a left-wing government as a target for his media.
Reference to Cato as " Uticensis " is presumably meant to glorify him by portraying his suicide at Utica as a great victory over Caesar's tyranny.

victory and Ajax
Manager Johan Cruyff gave him his professional debut on 14 December 1986 against Roda JC ; the game ended in a 2 – 0 victory for Ajax.
He played his first game for Ajax in April 1982, scoring a debut goal in the 5 – 0 victory over NEC.
* 1989: Barcelona 2 – 0 Sampdoria-Johan Cruyff became the first manager to win the CWC with two different teams, having managed Ajax in their 1987 final victory.
A great number of the technologies and rocket systems used for developing the Nike Ajax were re-used for a number of functions, many of which were given the " Nike " name ( after Nike, the goddess of victory from Greek mythology ).
He made a total of 226 appearances for Ajax and scored a penalty for Ajax to complete a 9 – 1 victory over De Graafschap in the 1997 – 98 season.
He then went on to help Ajax become champions of the Eredivisie for the 2010 / 2011 season in a 3-1 home victory over FC Twente, the champions of the previous year, on the final matchday.
During this period Lenstra led Heerenveen to a famous victory over AFC Ajax in one of the most noted games in Dutch domestic football history.
A shock 1 – 0 home victory over Ajax led to Stam's transfer to PSV Eindhoven in the same season in which they eventually won the KNVB Cup, his first professional trophy.
He led Ajax to victory in the Gatorade Cup and the Johan Cruyff Shield.
Slavia qualified for the 2007-08 UEFA Champions League following a 3-1 aggregate victory over Ajax Amsterdam in the Third Qualifying Round.
Maccabi managed to get one victory over Ajax Amsterdam 2 – 1 and held Juventus into a draw, 1 – 1.
He made his Ajax debut on 11 September 2010, playing the last five minutes as a substitute for Demy de Zeeuw in a 2-0 victory over Willem II.
He did the same ( 4-1 loss to AC Milan, scoring from the spot ) in 1969 European Cup Final final, before leading Ajax as captain to a 2-0 victory over Panathinaikos in 1971 European Cup Final final.

victory and had
As a stanch party man and a rabid Democrat, he had little tolerance for Whigs like Pike, and Pike lost any immediate personal advantage his victory over Woodruff might have gained him.
Even Rector himself was prey to this spirit of competition and he knew it, not for a more exalted office in the hierarchy of the church -- his ambitions for the bishopry had died very early in his career -- but for the one clear victory he had talked about to the colonel.
The giant electric signs and marquees were lit up for the first time since blackout regulations had been instituted, and the atmosphere was alive with the feeling that victory was just around the corner.
We had entertained exaggerated ideas about our victory automatically establishing our system throughout the world.
He had noticed before that the natives seemed to regard really filthy weather as a kind of Pyhrric victory over the tourists.
Although Lincoln won only a plurality of the popular vote, his victory in the electoral college was decisive: Lincoln had 180 and his opponents added together had only 123.
Having composed the Proclamation some time earlier, Lincoln had waited for a military victory to publish it to avoid it being perceived as the product of desperation.
Apollo's role as the slayer of the Python led to his association with battle and victory ; hence it became the Roman custom for a paean to be sung by an army on the march and before entering into battle, when a fleet left the harbour, and also after a victory had been won.
Following Lincoln's victory, many Southern whites felt that disunion had become their only option.
Only a single England victory had come in a match in which the Ashes were still at stake, namely the First Test of the 1997 series.
According to the Tanakh, however, Ahab with 7, 000 troops had previously overthrown Ben-hadad and his thirty-two kings, who had come to lay siege to Samaria, and in the following year obtained a decisive victory over him at Aphek, probably in the plain of Sharon at Antipatris ( 1 Kings 20 ).
According to legend, Castor and Pollux announced to one of their ancestors the victory of the Romans over the Latins at the battle of Lake Regillus, and, to confirm the truth of what they had just said, they stroked his black hair and beard, which immediately became red.
He was also a powerful and consistent supporter of Skanderbeg, whom he decided to take under his protection as a vassal in 1451, shortly after the latter had scored his second victory against Murad II.
Both Johnson and Schilling had suffered injuries during the season and Schilling was traded in the off season to the Boston Red Sox where he contributed to that team's 2004 World Series victory.
After the settlement of the Israelites in Canaan, the Ark remained in the Tabernacle at Gilgal for a season before being removed to Shiloh until the time of Eli, between 300 and 400 years ( Jeremiah 7: 12 ), when it was carried into the field of battle, so as to secure, as they had hoped, victory to the Hebrews.
sc Heerenveen managed to do the same in 2008 – 09, though their away victory at Feyenoord was a KNVB Cup match ( Heerenveen had drawn 2 – 2 at De Kuip in the Eredivisie match ).
Despite such a tremendous victory, Abd al-Rahman had to continuously put down rebellions in al-Andalus.
Early skirmishes were followed by victory for the Afghans against the smaller Maratha garrisons in Northwest India and by 1759 Ahmad and his army had reached Lahore and were poised to confront the Marathas.
") He was determined not to fight until he thought there had been sufficient preparation for a decisive victory, and put into action his beliefs with the gathering of resources, detailed planning, the training of troops — especially in clearing minefields and fighting at night — and in the use of 252 of the latest American-built Sherman tanks, 90 M7 Priest self-propelled howitzers, and making a personal visit to every unit involved in the offensive.
Caesar had won his greatest victory, having lost only about 1, 200 soldiers and 30 centurions.

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