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These generals had initial successes, but without an unified command, they could not coordinate their actions, and around the new year 800, they suddenly collapsed and fled, allowing Wu to capture much of their supplies.
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These generals were being replaced by colonels who had entered the army in the early 1970s and whose view of the world had been shaped less by ideology and more by pragmatism.
These officers were required to hold to account the prytanes ( councillors ), strategoi ( generals ) and hipparchoi ( cavalry officers ) of the preceding year until their accounts had been audited.
These structures are still in active use today as squadron headquarters, living quarters for high-ranking generals ( Generals Row ), and Nebraska ’ s oldest operational jail.
These warlord generals sent their telegrams of reprimand to Zhang Xueliang and Yang and voiced their support for Chiang.
These army groups and generals played different roles in the politics of the Republic of China until the establishment of the People's Republic of China following the Communist Party of China's victory in the Chinese Civil War.
These include the armies of Norway ( crimson sashes ), Sweden ( yellow and blue ), Greece ( light blue and white ), the Netherlands ( orange ), Portugal ( crimson ) and Spain ( red and gold for generals, light blue for general staff and crimson for infantry officers ).
These forces were commanded by the brothers Gnaeus Pompeius and Sextus ( sons of Pompey ) and by the talented general Titus Labienus, who had been one of the most trusted of Caesar ’ s generals during the Gallic wars.
These include addresses given to troops by their generals before battles and numerous political speeches, both by Athenian and Spartan leaders, as well as debates between various parties.
These pictures could be Ubu Roi but they also satirise General Franco and his generals after he had won the Spanish Civil War.
These missions led to the initial assassination attempts against Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and his key generals.
These traitors can act arbitrarily in order to achieve the following aims: trick some generals into attacking ; force a decision that is not consistent with the generals ' desires, e. g. forcing an attack when no general wished to attack ; or confusing some generals to the point that they are unable to make up their minds.
These kings have not unlimited or arbitrary power, and the generals do more by example than by authority.
" These regulation were vague enough to support the positions of some brevet generals who caused controversies by claiming supposed priorities or privileges of brevet ranks that had been awarded to them at earlier dates during the war.
These generals, called " heroes ," provide a means to explore, attack, defeat, and acquire, the four basic principles in the game.
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These new pictures focussed on the familiar and commonplace objects that he had heard the men in his prison camp talking about as the things they missed most, hence associated with the sense of lost freedom: the cafe at the corner, the newspaper kiosk, the girls in doorways and windows along the street, the golden-crusted French bread they lacked, the cigarettes denied them.
These illiterate boors conscripted from villages all across the Czarina's empire had, Suvorov may have told Lewis, just two things a commander could count on: physical fitness and personal courage.
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.
These never ceased to suggest that if, in the eyes of Marx and Lenin `` full communism '' was still a very distant ideal, the establishment of a Communist society had now, under Khrushchev, become an `` immediate and tangible reality ''.
These conjugates Af had much less nonspecific staining than the previous conjugate ( with 50 mg FITC per gram of globulin ) while the specific staining was similar in both cases.
These suggested interpretations were given by the subjects spontaneously when they were told that there were people who reacted differently than they had.
These were the years when people flocked to Manchester not only to play golf, which had come into vogue, but also to witness the Ekwanok Country Club tournaments.
These booze customers had until then been buying their supplies from the Sheldon, Saltis-McErlane, and Druggan-Lake gangs, and now they were competing for trade with the Torrio-Capone saloons ; ;
These deerskins were the raw material for the manufacture of leather, and were the only articles which the tribes of this district had to exchange for European goods.
These included, as one, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Payne, who had checked in a little after noon the day before, and had not checked out together.
These lampoons include appealing to the authority of " a very knowing American of my acquaintance in London " and " the famous Psalmanazar, a native of the island Formosa " ( who had already confessed to not being from Formosa in 1706 ).
These Articles ( though no longer binding ) have had an influence on the ethos of the Communion, an ethos reinforced by their interpretation and expansion by such influential early theologians as Richard Hooker, Lancelot Andrewes, John Cosin, and others.
These exceptions, introduced with a good object, had grown into a widespread evil by the 12th century, virtually creating an imperium in imperio, and depriving the bishop of all authority over the chief centres of influence in his diocese.
Galileo announced his discovery that Venus had phases like the Moon in the form " Haec immatura a me iam frustra leguntur-oy " ( Latin: These immature ones have already been read in vain by me-oy ), that is, when rearranged, " Cynthiae figuras aemulatur Mater Amorum " ( Latin: The Mother of Loves Venus imitates the figures of Cynthia the moon ).
These negotiations might have succeeded had it not been for the malignant influence of another Goth, Sarus, an Amali, and therefore hereditary enemy of Alaric and his house.
These Saxons were tributaries to the Frankish King Sigebert, and their participation indicates that Alboin had the support of the Franks for his venture.
These troops, returning home from a disastrous military expedition to Cyrene in Libya, suspected that they had been betrayed in order that Apries, the reigning king, might rule more absolutely by means of his Greek mercenaries ; many Egyptians fully sympathized with them.