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Then Brazilian participation was primarily naval, although it did send a regiment to the Western Front.
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Then and Brazilian
Four more songs from the album Dead Man's Party were used in soundtracks: " No One Lives Forever " was featured in Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, " Stay " ( in the Boingo Alive version ) was used as the theme music for the Brazilian soap opera Top Model, " Same Man I Was Before " was used in My Best Friend Is a Vampire and " Just Another Day " opened the 1985 film adaptation of S. E. Hinton's That Was Then, This Is Now.
Then, in no open market could Brazilian industry compete within the comparative advantage system against the technologically superior Anglo-American economies.
Then next three Pat Metheny Group releases would be based around a further intensification of the Brazilian rhythms first heard in the early ' 80s.
Then Brazilian government officials began to criticize Ludwig's methods and the extent of his land ownership.
Then América played well in the Copa Libertadores, beating Brazilian side Flamengo 3 – 0, thus advancing to the quarter-finals.
Then, after exploring Brazilian mining area BM-C-8, SK Corporation developed an oil field where it confirmed the existence of more than 50 million barrels of oil deposits.
Then, in 1979, the fellow Brazilian Fittipaldi team offered him two chances to qualify a second car, for the Canadian and American Formula One Grands Prix.
Then a Mexican newspaper company stated that the club had been sold to a Brazilian businessman, Aurelio Almeida, owner of the Brazilian club Real Brazil.
Then and participation
Then, while a man could follow any or all of the private cults ( supersticiones ) that attracted him — provided they were not contrary to public order, formal participation in the state religion ( religio ) was demanded so that the gods would respond by protecting it.
Then opposition leader Stéphane Dion argued that participation will allow Canadian firms to make " megatonnes of money ".
Then Dayton Daily News Publisher Doug Franklin and Democratic Montgomery County Commissioner Dan Foley both stated their support for the Coalition's decision and had no reservations about Turner Effect's participation in the branding campaign.
Then and was
Then, with a glory that almost wiped out the deep, downward sags in her careworn face, Matilda leaned over the wheel and shouted to Hez, who was stumbling along in the heat and the dust on the opposite side of the wagon `` Pa!!
Then when Miss Langford was on the end of the line of girls, Jack, in the middle of the line, gave an extra hard pull and the young teacher sprawled backwards, sitting down hard, her dress flying over her head.
Then, in some way, this lack of faith in the cavalry became mixed up in his mind with the dragging effect of wagon trains and was hardened into a prejudice.
Then there was Mark Howe and there was Henry Dwight Sedgwick, an accomplished man of letters who wrote in the spirit of Montaigne and produced in the end a formidable body of work.
Then, all but blind, he said there was nothing in Back to Methuselah --, -- `` G.B.S. ought to have known that '', -- and `` I look at my bookshelves despairingly, knowing that I can have nothing more to do with them ''.
Then he kept Blackman awake for more than an hour while he did an imaginary dialogue between his wife and himself in which, discussing the evening, he was continually berated.
Then Laura took her gently and shoved her off again, toward Fritzie: Amy did not laugh -- this was work, concentration, achievement.
Then she fell asleep again as soddenly as a person with fever, and when she awoke it was dark outside and the clarity was back in her eyes.
Then epistolatory me was a foreign correspondent dispatching exciting cables and communiques, full of dash and wit and glamor, quoting from the books I read, imitating the grand styles of the authors recommended by a teacher in whose special, after-school class I was enrolled.
Then and primarily
Then the U. S. government gradually began supporting the French in their war effort, primarily through Mutual Defense Assistance Act, as a means of stabilizing the French Fourth Republic in which the French Communist Party was a significant political force.
Then, it was primarily a manufacturing district, housing warehouses fhfhfhfhand factories that made machinery, paper boxes and Brillo soap pads.
Then in 1906 and 1907 he continued his formal education at the University of Göttingen, where his interests turned primarily to mathematics.
Then in March 2009, Beardsley was re-appointed as an academy coach at Newcastle United, working primarily with young strikers.
) Then she traveled on to Martinique and to Trinidad and Tobago for short stays, primarily to do an investigation of Shango, the African god who remained an important presence in West Indian heritage.
Then and naval
Then, du Guesclin launched destructive raids against the coasts of England, naval represals to the English chevauchees.
Then, the first shell guns firing explosive shells were introduced following their development by the French Général Henri-Joseph Paixhans, and by the 1840s were part of the standard armament for naval powers including the French Navy, Royal Navy, Imperial Russian Navy and United States Navy.
Then as Russian naval activity declined, so did the base and by the early 1900s only a single Russian watchman was left guarding it.
Then in December American naval forces pushed up the Vam Co Dong and Vam Co Tay Rivers west of Saigon, against heavy enemy opposition, to cut infiltration routes from the " Parrot's Beak " area of Cambodia.
Then the Naval Prize Act changed the system to one where the prize money was paid into a common fund from which a payment was made to all naval personnel whether or not they were involved in the action.
Then, after a tour as executive officer at NAS Pensacola, he spent two and one-half years — from March 1923 to September 1925 — as an assistant naval attaché, serving at the American embassies at London, Paris, Rome, the Hague, and Berlin.
Then came publication of naval theorist Captain Alfred Thayer Mahan ’ s landmark study The Influence of Sea Power Upon History, which in part prompted a modernization of the U. S. fleet and brought some of the first calls for an organized naval reserve to help man these more advanced ships.