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These chatty merchants made amusing and instructive traveling companions, for their business took them to all four corners of the globe, and Florentine gossip had already reached a high stage of development as even a cursory glance at the Inferno will prove.
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These were the ships of His Majesty's Navy, herding the hulks of the East Indies merchants and the yachts and ketches of the loyalists.
These castes had a complex structure in the fragmented city states of Italy such as Genoa, Venice, Naples, Roma, Florence and Lombardy ; in some, the merchants were the nobili, in others the nobili despised the merchant caste and were agriculturalists, in yet others the nobili caste despised all work.
These tablets provide vivid evidence for the operation of a Roman fort at the edge of the Roman Empire, where officers ' wives maintained polite society while merchants, hauliers and military personnel kept the fort operational and supplied.
These gifts were intended to cement relations between the two countries, building on the trade agreement signed in 1581 that gave English merchants priority in the Ottoman region.
These measures fell most harshly on the members of the former ruling class of Spanish or Spanish-descended church officials, military officers, merchants, and hacendados ( large landowners ).
These were often petty shopkeepers of urban marketplaces ; merchants such as industrialists and itinerant traders working between a network of cities could avoid registering as merchants and were often wealthier and more powerful than the vast majority of government officials.
These nomadic peoples were dependent upon neighbouring settled populations for a number of important technologies, and in addition to raiding vulnerable settlements for these commodities, also encouraged long distance merchants as a source of income through the enforced payment of tariffs.
These scenes expanded far beyond the manger to include village backdrops, merchants, artisans, soldiers, even local notables.
These included not only those involved in agricultural labor and craftsmanship, but also merchants, brokers, lawyers, financiers and others providing services.
These merchants, many of whom primarily ship low-cost goods, face consumers resistant to paying exorbitant shipping costs ( often driven up by fuel surcharges, residential delivery fees, etc.
These buildings were open to the public ; merchants could sell their goods, artists could display their artwork, and religious gatherings could take place.
These people were known as tropeiros because they were traveling merchants who traded and sold goods such as meat, cotton clothes and corn flour among the cities and villages they passed by.
These coins moved north through trade between Rus merchants and the Abbasid Caliphate, along the Silver-Fur Road, and the money made by Scandinavian merchants would help northern Europe, especially Viking Scandinavia and the Carolingian Empire, as major commercial centers for the next several centuries.
These merchants, Bacri and Boushnak who had debts to the dey, claimed inability to pay those debts until France paid its debts to them.
These notes were not accepted by the Treasury for payment of government dues and taxes, although they were accepted for use by merchants.
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These are made on special order only, in Kodiak grade ( about $310 ), with integral muzzle brakes and heavy rubber recoil pads ; ;
These theoretical relationships are more clearly illustrated in Fig. 7 and their sum can be seen to correlate in form with practical measurements made with the Hesiometer as illustrated in the first portion of Fig. 5 for the cutting mechanism.
These are made from special ceramics in which mechanical vibrations and electrical fields are interlinked through a property of the material itself.
These and other works raised his reputation so high that the most flattering offers were sent to him from the Russian court to induce him to remove to St Petersburg, but these were declined, although many of his finest works made their way to the Hermitage Museum.
These effects, often several of them at a time, made it very difficult for World War II era aircraft to reach speeds much beyond 800 km / h ( 500 mph ).
These persons are then made up, and in some cases altered to look like the target, with the body double then taking the place of the person in high risk situations.
These developments have indeed made our lives better, but the best contribution that bionics has made is in the field of biomedical engineering.
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These early experimental designs later gave rise to the era of specialized supercomputers like those made by Cray Inc.
These advances made it possible to speculate about the origin of the universe, and allowed scientists to establish the Big Bang Theory as the leading cosmological model.
These include two 135 tonne Yunnan-class landing craft, which are able to carry and launch smaller craft for troop insertions. Some effort has been made to assess equipment needs to bring L ' Audacieux P103 and Bakassi P104 to an effective combat status.
These 98 elements have been detected in the universe at large, in the spectra of stars and also supernovae, where short-lived radioactive elements are newly being made.
These changes may be made either by the same writer who made it, or more commonly by an author that has taken over the creative lead of a corporate owned show or publication.
These colonies were often made out of existing communities, especially those with elites who could rally the populace to the Roman cause.