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Then in July 1502 Henry VII concluded a treaty with Maximilian by which the Emperor bound himself not to countenance English rebels.

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Then I say, such an engine may be made large enough to do the work required in employing eight, ten, fifteen, or twenty horses to be constantly maintained and kept for doing such a work …" The idea was later used by James Watt to help market his improved steam engine.
Then in 1939 James Joyce's Finnegan's Wake appeared.
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Then the English supply train was attacked at The Pows, a wooded marshy area, by James Stewart and the other Scots lords, killing many of the fleeing soldiers.
Then, in 1704 James Louis Sobieski and his brother Alexander were seized by Augustus II ’ s troops and imprisoned.
Then, in August 1497, James laid siege to Norham Castle, using his father's bombard Mons Meg.
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Then on February 19, 2009, the NBA trade deadline, the Bulls traded Larry Hughes to the New York Knicks for Tim Thomas, Jerome James, and Anthony Roberson.
Then, in 1930, he spotted future stars James Cagney, Joan Blondell, and Frank McHugh in the cast of a New York play called Penny Arcade.
Then James VI began fighting with the Catholics, but eventually gave them rights ( after his secretly Catholic wife probably persuaded him to ), exempting the Catholics from having to pay the tithe to the Anglican Church, but this caused a great decrease in Anglican Church revenue, so he quickly took those rights away.
Then came new lead singer James " J. T.
Then in 1922 Irishman James Joyce's important modernist novel Ulysses appeared.
Then in 1939 James Joyce's published Finnegans Wake.
Then came the Sheep Farming in Barnet EP, produced by Steve James and Keith Hale.
Then, as so often happens in the play, Mary and James try to get over their animosity and attempt to express their love for one another by remembering happier days.
Then James IV himself leading a great force came on to Surrey and Lord Darcy's son who " bore all the brunt of the battle.
Then, in 1908, in his article " A Neglected Argument for the Reality of God ", mentioning both James and the journalist, pragmatist, and literary author Giovanni Papini, Peirce wrote:
Then the Pope offered his newly-invented fief to James II of Aragon, promising him papal support should he wish to conquer Pisan Sardinia in exchange for Sicily.
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Then, having explained how he wished to see peace between the families, the Earl thrust his hand and arm through the hole to shake hands with Black James.
Then on 22 August 1812,, under the command of Captain Thomas Huskisson, captured the USRC James Madison after a chase of seven hours.
Then, in 1843, James Lindsay, 7th Earl of Balcarres put forward his claim, based on the research of his eldest son Alexander ; in 1848, the House of Lords allowed it.
Then, in 1966, he joined with James Bevel, Martin Luther King Jr. and the other leaders of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference ( SCLC ) during the Chicago Movement.
Then, in September, he was captured by Tories under the command of Col. David Fanning, and imprisoned by the British Army on James Island near Charleston, South Carolina.

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Then President George Bush signed a presidential finding directing the Central Intelligence Agency to create conditions for Hussein's removal in May 1991.
Then in 1935, under the accord signed between He Yingqin, the commander of Kuomintang armies in Northern China, and Yoshijiro Umezu, the commander of Japanese troops in Northern China, elite Kuomintang troops related to the group Blue Shirts Society, core of Chiang ’ s Whampoa Clique, had to evacuate from Beijing and Northern China, which put the whole of Northern China under direct threat of Japanese invasion.
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Then, on 7 May 2008, Borland and Embarcadero Technologies announced that Embarcadero had " signed a definitive asset purchase agreement to purchase CodeGear.
Then he returned to Pennsylvania and signed a contract with the Christy Minstrels.
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Then, on 15 September 2000, Nauru withdraw the recognition of the SADR, and signed accords with Morocco on the phosphates area, which are running out in the island.
Then on January 26, Lalime signed a contract with the Penguins, who then assigned him to the Cleveland Lumberjacks of the IHL.
Then the sum of the signed distances from the circumcenter D to the sides of triangle ABC is
In 1969, the group signed with Warner Bros. Records and recorded their fourth studio album Then Play On that year, featuring the group's newly recruited third guitarist Danny Kirwan, who featured prominently on the album.
Then State Senator Harold Montgomery, State Representative, Parey Branton, Mayor Frank T. Norman, and other local officials presented Hennigan with a signed document of his accomplishments.
Then, despite the fact that many legislators expected the bill to be vetoed, Dow met with the new Governor, John Hubbard, who signed the bill into law on June 2.
Then, visiting Australia, at a ceremony held in Government House, Canberra, on 2 March 1986 the Queen signed a proclamation that the Australia Act ( Cth ) would come into force at 5 am Greenwich Mean Time on the following day.
Then, on July 22, 2004, after five seasons with D. C. United, Convey signed a three-year contract with Reading, who were then playing in the Championship, on the highest transfer fee paid by Reading up to that date.
Then in 2005, Nejmeh released the player, where he sign-up with Al-Mabarrah, In 2008 Houjeij signed for Lebanese Second Division club Al Khayoul, In summer of 2009 Houjeij signed with Shabab Al-Sahel, in August 2011 the nejmeh fans celebrated the return of moussa as a coach and a player and at his first season match against mabarrah he scored a goal.
The President Costa e Silva signed a decree on August 23 of 1968 Authorizing the project for the bridge, designed by Mario Andreazza Then Minister of Transport, under the management of whom the bridge was begun and completed.
Then after everybody signed on they rewrote it five times and it ended up nothing like the same movie.
Then, the total variation of the signed measure μ is equal to the total variation, in the above sense, of the function φ.
Then she signed to become " Jeannie ," a genie in a bottle rescued by an astronaut in the television sitcom I Dream of Jeannie.
Then, he signed with Detroit ( 1988 ), before being dealt back to San Diego.
Then, the two military leaders signed a peace treaty, which complicated the political situation further.
Then in August 843, they signed probably the most important treaty in European history, the Treaty of Verdun.
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