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Then followed a period in which he wrote reviews for The New York Times Book Review, The Commonweal, Commentary, had a small piece in Partisan Review, and moved on to Hudson, The Village Voice, and Exodus.
Then followed a period dominated by his relations with Castile and León through his wife, Urraca.
Then followed Woolwich Common ( 1907 – 1908 ), Pound Park ( 1908 – 1913 ), and Angerstein Lane ( 1913 – 1915 ).
Then followed the vast clipper trade of tea, opium, spices and other goods from the Far East to Europe, and the ships became known as " tea clippers ".
Then Husserl traveled to Vienna to study at the Realgymnasium there, followed next by the Staatsgymnasium in Olomouc ( Ger: Olmütz ).
Then followed the time of the Arian controversies, and dogmatic questions came into the foreground.
Then Alamanni broke in, probably through Agri Decumates ( an area between the upper Rhine and the upper Danube ), probably followed by the Juthungi.
Then Jibril announced that consultations were under way to form an interim government within one month, followed by elections for a constitutional assembly within eight months and parliamentary and presidential elections to be held within a year after that.
Then he followed that up by hosting the CMT Awards in June and performed " Cowboy "," Bawitdaba " and " Good Ol Boys " with Hank Williams Jr, Trace Adkins, Martina McBride, Kellie Pickler, Randy Houser, Zac Brown and Jamey Johnson.
Then, with the dramatic decrease of oil prices that took place in the second half of 2008 plus the manifest bursting of the real estate bubble, concerns quickly shifted over to the risk of deflation, as Spain recorded in January 2009 its lowest inflation rate in 40 years, followed shortly afterwards, in March 2009 by a negative inflation rate for the first time since the gathering of these statistics started.
Then on the Steelers ' ensuing drive, Bradshaw threw a 22-yard pass to Harris and followed it up with a 13-yard pass to receiver Lynn Swann to move the ball to the Dallas 30-yard line.
Then, in testimony before the House Rules Committee on May 7-8, Post proved " a convincing speaker with a caustic tongue " and defended himself so successfully that Congressman Edward W. Pou, a Democrat presumed to be an enthusiastic supporter of Palmer, congratulated him: " I feel that you have followed your sense of duty absolutely.
In 1986, a screening of the entire Monkees television series by MTV led to renewed interest in the group, followed by a single (" That Was Then, This Is Now " reached number 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the U. S .), a 20th Anniversary Tour, a greatest hits album and a brand new LP, Pool It!
Then, by skipping the leap day, the Swedish calendar was introduced, letting February 28 be followed by March 1, giving the entire year the same pattern as a common year starting on Monday.
Then come the primary consumers, grasshoppers, voles and bison, followed by the secondary consumers, shrews, hawks and small cats, and finally the tertiary consumers, large cats and wolves.
Then the local Hafsid dynasty ( 1227-1574 ) of Tunis followed, ruling for many centuries during times both prosperous and lean, contested and peaceful.
Then FF. C followed with Simeia ton kairon, and TXC ( now Artemis / Efthimis ) with their single Terror X Crew in 1995.
Then, he showed a picture of birds, followed by a stuffed bird flat as a pancake.
Then followed relegation in 1981 and promotion in 1982, before the club finally managed to establish itself in the 2nd division.
Then there was a great crash, and screaming followed.
The Ink Spots had a string of record successes in 1939-40, both in the USA and in Britain, with " My Prayer ", " Bless You " and " Whispering Grass " and The Mills Brothers followed suit in 1943-44 with " Paper Doll ", " You Always Hurt The One You Love " and " Till Then ".
Then followed Talk Radio UK and he joined Capital Gold in February 1994 and presented a talk show interviewing celebrities from all around the world.
Then another recession followed, resulting in a long period of decline that lasted well into the 19th century.
Then followed Schinkelpoel, Oosteinderpoel, and Legmeer.
The town, a " mother town " of the county, was later reduced in size by the formation of other towns, the first being the Town of Owego ( Then the " Town of Tioga ") in 1800, followed by Lisle ( 1801 ), Greene ( 1808, now in Chenango County ), Vestal ( 1823 ).

Then and 1754
Then came the great 200-day eruption of 1754, the greatest eruption of Taal which is described below.

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) There are also numerous instances where the killer is not brought to justice in the legal sense but instead dies ( death usually being presented as a more ' sympathetic ' outcome ), for example Death Comes as the End, And Then There Were None, Death on the Nile, Dumb Witness, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, Crooked House, Appointment with Death, The Hollow, Nemesis, Cat Among the Pigeons, and The Secret Adversary.
Then comes the choripán ( a kind of spiced sausage made with pork or lamb and placed between two slices of bread ), and lastly meat such as asado de tira, vacío ( hindquarter ), lomo ( tenderloin ), colita de cuadril ( rump ), matambre ( rolled stuffed steak cut into slices and served cold ), entraña ( innards ); the list is never-ending.
Then in 1702 the French astronomer Philippe de la Hire used a year he labeled at the end of years labeled ante Christum ( BC ), and immediately before years labeled post Christum ( AD ) on the mean motion pages in his Tabulæ Astronomicæ, thus adding the designation 0 to Kepler's Christi.
Then they suggested Mu ' awiya ( founder of the Umayyad Caliphate ), but the Caliph again said no.
Then they suggested Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan ( one the greatest of the Umayyad caliphs ), but again no.
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, according to Adkins ( 1975 ), it can be shown that one can write a further thermodynamic version of the above calorimetric rules:
Then being employed by the De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, he proceeded to make two films: the science-fiction epic Dune ( 1984 ), which proved to be a critical and commercial failure, and then a neo-noir crime film, Blue Velvet ( 1986 ), which was critically acclaimed.
Then deforestation rates accelerate ( HFHD, high forest cover – high deforestation rate ), and forest cover is reduced ( LFHD.
Christie's novels include, Murder on the Orient Express ( 1934 ), Death on the Nile ( 1937 ), and And Then There Were None ( 1939 ).
Then in 1743 he further alienated his father by marrying Antoinette Champion ( 1710 – 1796 ), a devout Roman Catholic.
Then, considering all three colour channels, and assuming that the colour channels are expressed in a γ = 1 colour space ( that is to say, the measured values are proportional to light intensity ), we have:
Then G is a group under composition, meaning that ∀ x ∈ A ∀ g ∈ G ( = ), because G satisfies the following four conditions:
Then, in terms of P < sub > n </ sub >( x ), the remainder
Then, in the time of Pope Gregory VII ( 1073 – 1085 ), canonists who in the Investiture Controversy quoted the prohibition in canon 22 of the Council of Constantinople of 869 – 870 against laymen influencing the appointment of prelates elevated this council to the rank of ecumenical council.
Then, in the grand final against Melbourne, Essendon set a grand final record score of 22. 18 ( 150 ) to Melbourne 13. 9 ( 87 ), with 7 goal centre half forward Gordon Lane.

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