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Then and Greek
`` Then she went to Deauville where she met a member of a powerful Greek syndicate of gamblers ''.
Then, in 396 BC, Agesilaus crossed into Asia with a force of 2, 000 neodamodes ( freed helots ) and 6, 000 allies ( including 30 spartiates ) to liberate Greek cities from Persian dominion.
Then, after passing through various stages, the full Nabataean type is reached, retaining all the native features and at the same time exhibiting characteristics which are partly Egyptian and partly Greek.
Then they began to chant, changing from Greek to Slavonic, and then back again to Greek.
Then they decided to set up a Latin Empire in place of the fallen Greek one.
Then he proceeded to set the fifty-four treatises in groups of nine ( Greek.
Then, they tried to prove to the clergy that the correction of the books in accordance with the Greek standards profaned the pure faith because the Greek Church had deviated from the " ancient piety " and had been printing its divine service books in Catholic print houses and that they had been exposed to Roman Catholic influences.
Then, in 88 BC, Mithridates VI Eupator, king of Pontus, began a campaign against Rome and won the support of many of the Greek city-states.
Then Adam Pociej, Bishop of Vladimir, in his own name and that of the Ruthenian episcopate, read in Latin the formula of abjuration of the Greek Schism, Bishop Cyryl Terlecki of Lutsk read it in Ruthenian, and they affixed their signatures.
Then, Team Andromeda set to work on elaborating an extensive back story, and Futatsugi, to be original and to avoid using Japanese or English, went so far as to create a new language for the game, a mix of Ancient Greek, Latin and Russian.
Then her film career began, mostly in French films, until her first English appearance in 1964 as Mme Hortense in Zorba the Greek.
Then, the population ate a simple fish stew known in Greek as ' kakavia.
Then from 1974, the Greek Islands such as Mykonos were included in the loop.
Then, according to the figures submitted by the Greek government to the European Union, Greece's pattern of running high budget deficits miraculously disappeared.
Then followed the Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology in 1849.
Then he took up acting and starred in TV programmes and Greek movies.
Then, Michael VIII's hopes of stopping the advance of Charles were laid on the influence of Pope Gregory X. Gregory had high hopes of reconciling Europe, unifying the Greek and Latin churches, and launching a new crusade: to that end, he announced the Council of Lyon, to be held in 1274, and worked to arrange the election of an Emperor, so he ordered Charles to stop his operations.
Then, in 1966, after much effort the Syndesmos Filon Panathinaikou Athlitikou Omilou " I Thyra 13 " ( Greek: Σύνδεσμος Φίλων Παναθηναϊκού Αθλητικού Ομίλου " Η Θύρα 13 ", Club of Fans of Panathinaikos Athletic Club " Gate 13 ") first operated on November 19, 1966, on 68, Kolonos Road in Athens.
Then he played in the Greek A1 League with AEK Athens BC, winning both the Saporta Cup and the Greek Cup in 2000.

Then and army
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 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 another, even more numerous, army of invaders started a second naval invasion of the Balkans.
Then Honduran army Major Jorge Colindres Reyes marching through the city.
Then Lothair finally set out with a large Lombard army, but Louis had promised his sons Louis the German and Pepin of Aquitaine greater shares of the inheritance, prompting them to shift loyalties in favour of their father.
Ludlow stated in early January, 1660 when in conversation with several key officers of the army: ' Then ,' said Capt.
Then Napoleon turned north to confront the remainder of the Russian army and to try to capture the temporary Prussian capital at Königsberg.
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 he would rapidly shift his army southeast and cross the Rappahannock River to Fredericksburg, hoping that Robert E. Lee would sit still, unclear as to Burnside's intentions, while the Union Army made a rapid movement against Richmond, south along the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad from Fredericksburg.
Then, a localized Hutu uprising in 1972 was fiercely answered by the Tutsi-dominated Burundi army in the largest Burundi genocide of Hutus, with a death toll nearing 200, 000.
Then, sweeping down on the forces that the Carthaginians and their allies, the Numidians, are trying to muster on the Great Plains near the upper Bagradas River ( in modern Tunisia ), he smashes that army in the Battle of the Great Plains.
Then, in the fall of 1918, the Bulgarian army was badly beaten by an attack from the Allied forces in Greece.
Then in 324, Constantine, tempted by the " advanced age and unpopular vices " of his colleague, again declared war against him, and, having defeated his army of 170, 000 men at the Battle of Adrianople ( July 3, 324 ), succeeded in shutting him up within the walls of Byzantium.
Then, he proceeds to defeat Kingu, who Tiamat put in charge of the army and wore the Tablets of Destiny on his breast, and " wrested from him the Tablets of Destiny, wrongfully his " and assumed his new position.
Then the Swedish army would inflict several more defeats on the Imperialists.
Then on 16 May, while Mengistu had left for a four-day state visit to East Germany, senior military officials attempted a coup and the Minister of Defense, Haile Giyorgis Habte Mariam was killed ; Mengistu returned within 24 hours and nine generals, including the air force commander and the army Chief of Staff, died as the coup was crushed.
:“ Then the raiding army granted him ( Alfred ) hostages and great oaths that they would leave his kingdom and also promised him that their king ( Guthrum ) would receive baptism ; and they fulfilled it.
Then, in 1211, Muhammad al-Nasir had crossed the Strait of Gibraltar with a powerful army, and invaded the Christian territory and captured the stronghold of the Calatrava Knights in Salvatierra.
:" Then in the eighth year, ( Kharavela ) with a large army having sacked Goradhagiri causes pressure on Rajagaha ( Rajagriha ).
Then in the late summer of 1318, Sir John de Bermingham with his army began a march against Edward de Brus.
Then, instead of going into winter quarters, he prepared his army for a winter campaign.
Then, in 1529 – 1530, the forces of Nuño de Guzmán entered Michoacán and some parts of Guanajuato with an army of 500 Spanish soldiers and more than 10, 000 Indian warriors.
Clemenceau said ...‘ I am totally opposed to you – we both recognise a great danger and you are ... reducing your army and weakening your navy .’ ‘ Ah ’ said Bannerman ‘ but that is for economy !’... then said that he thought the English ought to have some kind of military service, at which Bannerman nearly fainted ...‘ It comes to this ’ said Clemenceau ‘ in the event of your supporting us against Germany are you ready to abide by the plans agreed upon between our War Offices and to land 110, 000 men on the coast while Italy marches with us in the ranks ?’ Then came the crowning touch of the interview.
Then Serbia and Greece proposed that each of the three countries reduce its army by one fourth, as a first step to facilitate a peaceful solution, but Bulgaria rejected it.

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