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Then and testimony
Then in 1984 the men claimed they had never met Allain and were paid for their testimony.
Then, Shevuot, which continues the general topic dealt with in Makkot of the false testimony.

Then and before
Then more than ever before did they show their fortitude and patient cheerfulness.
Then I spoke at the ninetieth birthday party of W. E. Burghardt Du Bois, who embarked on a fictional trilogy at eighty-nine and who, with The Crisis, had created a Negro intelligentsia that had never existed in America before him.
Then China promptly went Communist, and Mr. Truman had to fight the interminable Korean war for the democratization of Korea before we learned how far our writ did `` reach in Asia ''.
Then he said, `` Never noticed it before I mean, when she was dressed but for a woman her age, Julia had a real fine figure ''.
Then Dick Hyde, submarine-ball hurler, entered the contest and only five batters needed to face him before there existed a 3-to-3 deadlock.
Then last season the Birds tumbled as low as 11-18 on May 19 before recovering to make a race of it and total 86 victories.
Then, when the case went to the jury, the judge excused one of the jurors, saying the juror had told him he had been accosted by masked men at his motel the night before the trial opened.
Then there was a spat over something, as there had been lovers' spats before ; ;
Then to gain entrance to both the outer and inner sanctuary of the church the women pretended to the gatekeepers that they were pilgrims from Cappadocia who had spent all their funds and wanted to worship before starting their return trip.
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 would shake the shaker either by hand or by machine before it is served.
Then, the question " What was there before the Universe?
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, before Detroit realizes it, we will have become an excellent car maker, and the customers will think so too.
Then, in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Vera Rubin, a young astronomer at the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism at the Carnegie Institution of Washington, presented findings based on a new sensitive spectrograph that could measure the velocity curve of edge-on spiral galaxies to a greater degree of accuracy than had ever before been achieved.
For about three decades immediately before 1902 it was negative, reaching − 6. 64 s. Then it increased to + 63. 83 s at 2000.
Then, not long before the finish, the Automobile Club de l ' Ouest ( ACO ), organizers of the Le Mans event, informed Ford that the geographical difference in starting positions would be taken into account at a close finish – meaning that the McLaren / Amon vehicle, which had started perhaps behind the Hulme-Miles car, would have covered slightly more ground over the 24 hours and would therefore be the winner.
Then, as now, the writ of habeas corpus was issued by a superior court in the name of the Sovereign, and commanded the addressee ( a lower court, sheriff, or private subject ) to produce the prisoner before the royal courts of law.
Then only, when the voice of duty takes the place of physical impulses and right of appetite, does man, who so far had considered only himself, find that he is forced to act on different principles, and to consult his reason before listening to his inclinations.
" Then he would draw the rest of the day before returning to the field in the evening, a routine he kept up for weeks and months.
Then, the electrons to be placed in the molecular orbitals are slotted in one by one, keeping in mind the Pauli exclusion principle and Hund's rule of maximum multiplicity ( only 2 electrons, having opposite spins, per orbital ; place as many unpaired electrons on one energy level as possible before starting to pair them ).
Then the natural dam on the Goulburn River failed, the lake drained, and the Murray River avulsed to the south and started to flow through the smaller Goulburn River channel, creating " The Barmah Choke " and " The Narrows " ( where the river channel is unusually narrow ), before entering into the proper Murray River channel again.
Then, a flat layer cell forms on the exterior of this cavity, and the zona pellucida, the blastocyst's barrier, remains the same size as before.
Then on January 24, eight days before Stephen ’ s death, Afiarta dragged the blinded Sergius from his cell in the Lateran and had him strangled.
In the early ballads Robin's men usually kneel before him in strict obedience: in A Gest of Robyn Hode the king even observes that " His men are more at his byddynge / Then my men be at myn.

Then and House
Then Wilson asked, `` What about this Kent House which you mention??
Then how about the Civic Opera House??
Seven stories are inspired by a nursery rhyme: And Then There Were None by Ten Little Indians ; One, Two, Buckle My Shoe by One, Two, Buckle My Shoe ; Five Little Pigs by This Little Piggy ; Crooked House by There Was a Crooked Man ; A Pocket Full of Rye by Sing a Song of Sixpence ; Hickory Dickory Dock by Hickory Dickory Dock, and Three Blind Mice by Three Blind Mice.
) 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 in April 1963 the first Universal House of Justice was elected, six years after the passing of Shoghi Effendi, by 56 national spiritual assemblies.
Then in 1952 the Barbados Advocate newspaper polled several prominent Barbadian politicians, lawyers, businessmen, the Speaker of the Barbados House of Assembly and later as first President of the Senate, Sir Theodore Branker, Q. C.
Then it was revealed that Livingston — who had been publicly critical of President Bill Clinton's perjury during his sexual harassment-had engaged in an extramarital affair himself, and he opted to resign from the House despite being urged to stay on by House Democratic leader Gephardt.
Then the public and the House are shown what the government wishes them to see.
Then, the presiding officer makes a formal, but simple statement to the House, acquainting each House that the Royal Assent has been granted to the acts mentioned.
Then, between 1619 and 1622, the Banqueting House in the Palace of Whitehall was built, a design derived from buildings by Scamozzi and Palladio and with a ceiling painted by Peter Paul Rubens.
He also appeared as a fictional version of himself in the episode of The Simpsons entitled " Homer and Apu " and in five episodes of Family Guy entitled " Peter's Got Woods ", " Back to the Woods ", " Brian Griffin's House of Payne, " And Then There Were Fewer ", and " Tom Tucker: The Man and His Dream ".
Keaton wrote her first memoir, entitled Then Again, for Random House in November 2011.
He told Sir Henry Vane he was a Jugler ; Henry Martin and Sir Peter Wentworth, that they were Whoremasters ; Thomas Chaloner, he was a Drunkard ; and Allen the Goldsmith that he cheated the Publick: Then he bid one of his Soldiers take away that Fool's Bauble the mace and Thomas Harrison pulled the Speaker of the Chair ; and in short Cromwell having turned them all out of the House, lock'd up the Doors and returned to Whitehall.
Then in answering a question from a reporter in the White House press room, Ryan says he will seek election to the office of President of the United States.
Then House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ( D-CA ) stated: " Congress vigorously rejects any claim that the president has the authority to pocket veto this legislation and will treat any bill returned to the Congress as open to an override vote.
Then the works with the most votes were ranked the highest, and ties were broken arbitrarily by Random House publishers.
Then, on February 6, 1890, the Reed-led Rules Committee reported a new set of House rules.
Then, in 1862, during an American tour, she sang John Howard Payne's Home, Sweet Home at the White House for the President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, and his wife, Mary Lincoln.
Then in 1998 the Academy moved to its present headquarters in Carlton House Terrace.
Then after a simple-majority vote in the House, a resolution will be passed and submitted to the King of Thailand, who will then make a formal appointment by giving his royal assent to the resolution.
Then, the House votes on a formal motion to appoint the member in question to the Speakership.
Highlights include new plays by Cosh Omar: The Battle of Green Lanes and The Great Extension, Jamaica House by Paul Sirett, which had a site specific performance on the top floor of a tower block in Stepney, new musicals Make Some Noise, One Dance Will Do, Sammy, Harder They Come that has transferred to the Barbican and West End, and toured Canada, the US and the UK ; Ray Davies ’ Come Dancing – winner of the What ’ s on Stage Best Musical and the 2010 new production of John Adam's song play I Was Looking At The Ceiling And Then I Saw The Sky.

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