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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.
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Then and after
Then, after overtures to accept a settlement and go through with a divorce, Miriam gave a ghastly echo of Mrs. Micawber by suddenly stating, `` I will never leave Mr. Wright ''.
Then, advised by the Architect of the Capitol, the Joint Committee for the Library, traditionally responsible for the works of art in the building, ordered the space cleared and painted in fresco, to show `` the Peace after the Civil War '', `` the Spanish-American War '', and `` the Birth of Aviation '', to match as nearly as feasible Brumidi's technique and composition.
Then, six weeks after the day Kitti first came into the office, Stanley announced he and Kitti were married.
Then, after I'm back, another fifty so you can put some mileage on yourself and have a solid alibi somewhere while I take care of your seat cover boy ''.
Then the monk praised Yang Shan saying: `` I have come over to China in order to worship Manjucri, and met unexpectedly with Minor Shakya '', and after giving the master some palm leaves he brought from India, went back through the air.
Then, after many more billions of years, when all the galaxies are whistling toward a common center, this movement will slow down and reverse itself again.
Then she continued with energy, `` I myself did not see her until a week after she had run off to find the father.
Then when the Franks attacked the Burgundians in the decade after 500, Alaric assisted the ruling house, and according to Wolfram the victorious Burgundian king Gundobad ceded Avignon to Alaric.
Then, after collecting reinforcements, they made a sudden dash across England and occupied the ruined Roman walls of Chester.
Then, two months after Army of Darkness was finished, a round of re-shoots began in Santa Monica and involved Ash in the windmill and the scenes with Bridget Fonda done for very little money.
Then the king came to the Haye in Touraine and his men had passed the river of Loire, some at the bridge of Orléans and some at Meung, at Saumur, at Blois, and at Tours and whereas they might: they were in number a twenty thousand men of arms beside other ; there were a twenty-six dukes and earls ( Counts ) and more than sixscore banners, and the four sons of the king, who were but young, the duke Charles of Normandy, the lord Louis, that was from thenceforth duke of Anjou, and the lord John duke of Berry, and the lord Philip, who was after duke of Burgoyne ".
Then, following the battle, the Athenian army marched the 40 ( 25 miles ) or so kilometers back to Athens at a very high pace ( considering the quantity of armour, and the fatigue after the battle ), in order to head off the Persian force sailing around Cape Sounion.
Then the Greek army counter-attacked and defeated the Bulgarians at Kilkis-Lahanas ( Kukush ), after which the mostly Bulgarian town was destroyed and its population expelled.
Then codenamed " Stella ," the machine was also set to utilize cartridges ; after seeing the Channel F, Atari realized they needed to release it before the market was flooded with cartridge-based machines.
Then professor Weierstrass became very ill. Husserl became free to return to Vienna where, after serving a short military duty, he devoted his attention to philosophy.
Then, after her return to Japanese islands, the boy was born, three years after the death of the father.
Then, after the synthesis engine has mapped the design to a netlist, the netlist is translated to a gate level description where simulation is repeated to confirm the synthesis proceeded without errors.
Then and exploring
Then others like the early European whalers, explorers and fur traders in Canada and North America trained dog-sledding skills from the natives of the Arctic region, and used with great success the Greenland dog when hunting, exploring and traveling across the Arctic regions.
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 Brazilian participation was primarily naval, although it did send a regiment to the Western Front.
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, 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 mining
Then, after just three days in the mining camp, he accepted the nomination to run for alcalde, a Mexican official, which combined the duties of a mayor and justice of the peace, in a new government that was being formed.
Then, on December 13, Tanaka was arrested and imprisoned on charges of accepting ¥ 1m ( US $ 13, 000 ) in bribes from coal mining interests in Kyūshū.
Then, with a decline in the local economy ( especially a fall-off in mining ) coinciding with greater opportunity elsewhere, another decline of the economy and population set in, with the population falling to 44, 446 in 1970, 42, 152 in 1981, and a mere 37, 995 today.
Then, little more than twenty years old, he went to South America as a mining engineer on behalf of an English company.
In the course of their shows, they performed what amounted to the entire repertoire of light opera songs containing the word " gay ", additionally mining G & S classics as a rich source of double-entendre from ' The Gondoliers ' " Then One Of Us Will Be A Queen ", via Patience " blithe and gay " through to the story of Iolanthe, which famously had one dainty foot in fairyland.