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Then he moved to Mainz, where he studied under another of his relatives, Rabbi Isaac ben Judah, the rabbinic head of Mainz and one of the leading sages of the Lorraine region straddling France and Germany.
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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 they moved offices of the East German puppet government into East Berlin and began illegally to treat it as the capital of East Germany.
Then Kerr, a graduate student from Illinois, moved past him on a straightaway and held off Mills's challenge on the final turn.
Then he moved to the Humboldt University of Berlin ( then called the Friedrich William University ) in 1878 where he continued his study of mathematics under Leopold Kronecker and the renowned Karl Weierstrass.
Then Kyrgyz quickly moved as far as the Tian Shan range and maintained their dominance over this territory for about 200 years.
Then the cards are moved into one pile so that they begin to intertwine and are then arranged back into a stack.
Then a pass interference penalty on defensive back Lyle Blackwood on the next play moved the ball to the Miami 42-yard line.
Then the feast of Saint Joachim on 16 August was moved and the date became available for another celebration, so the feast of Saint Stephen of Hungary was moved to that date, the day immediately after his death.
Then in the offseason, Redskins majority owner Jack Kent Cooke moved from Los Angeles to Virginia and took over the team's day-by-day operations from Edward Bennett Williams.
Then, in 582, Onogur Bulgars settled in southeastern Bessarabia and northern Dobruja, from which they moved to Moesia Inferior ( allegedly under pressure from the Khazars ), and formed the nascent region of Bulgaria.
Then the company merged with the American pharmaceutical company Upjohn in 1995 and moved its headquarters to London.
Then in 1951, a few years after befriending the West Coast poet Kenneth Rexroth, the Patchens moved to the West Coast, living first in San Francisco and then moving to Palo Alto, California in 1957.
Then and Mainz
Then there are the Academy of Music and the Art School, which are as independent art colleges of the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz.
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Then off to a remote place in an underdeveloped country where the diet, culture, language and living conditions will be different.
Then she took iced lemonade to Marsh's young aide where he sat in the cool of the big trees around the flower garden.
Then, getting back into bed, he thought unashamedly of Mrs. Flannagan, planning where they would next meet and what they would do.
Then it is marked on the inside where it comes in contact with the transom, frames, keelson and all the battens.
Then there was North America, where American was the native speech of all except the twenty descendants of French-Canadians living on the Hudson Bay Preserve.
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Then he removed to Sura, on the Euphrates, where he established a school of his own, which soon became the intellectual center of the Babylonian Jews.
Then the invaders headed south to plunder Nicopolis ad Istrum where Decius defeated them but not decisively.
Then it passed through the oval Forum of Constantine where there was a second Senate-house and a high column with a statue of Constantine himself in the guise of Helios, crowned with a halo of seven rays and looking toward the rising sun.
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, somewhat later that same month, there was a meeting in Washington where the possible importance of the newly discovered phenomenon of fission was first discussed in semi-jocular earnest as a possible source of nuclear power.
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 he said " I'm fining everyone in this courtroom fifty cents for living in a city where a person has to steal bread in order to eat!
Then an Athenian militia, led by the historian Dexippus, pushed the invaders to the north where they were intercepted by the Roman army under Gallienus.
Then Monroe travelled to New York to appear at a birthday celebration for John F. Kennedy at Madison Square Garden, where she famously serenaded the President.
Then one need only check the records in each bucket T against those in buckets T where k ranges between − m and m.
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