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They established bases on the northern highlands of the Ethiopian Plateau and from there expanded southward.
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They had courage but their meager training consisted of weekend hops in good weather, in and out of established airports, And the increasingly cold weather soon raised hob with the water cooled engines of their World War 1, planes.
They failed to reach the Anatolian coasts of the Black Sea however, as another Indo-European people, the Kaskians, had established a kingdom there in the 17th Century BC, displacing earlier Palaic speaking Indo-Europeans.
They had one of the largest wheat mills in the country built on a Puerto Madero lot in 1902, and with it, established Molinos Río de la Plata ( later a leader in the local retail foods market ).
They established a mortgage bank, the Banco Hipotecario Franco Argentino, and a subsidiary in Brazil in 1905, and by 1910, they reportedly controlled 80 % of Argentine cereal exports ( Argentina was, by then, the world's third-largest grain exporter ).
They later established paint manufacturer Alba ( 1925 ), chemical and fertilizer maker Compañía Química, and textile maker Grafa ( 1932 ), among others ; by the late 1920s, the company's annual export receipts alone reached US $ 300 million.
They warn that this development may not only fuel lone wolf terrorism but have devastating effects on American political life, such as the rise of a revolutionary right-wing populist movement capable of subverting the established political powers.
They emerged as the major threat to the late Ming Dynasty after Nurhaci united all Jurchen tribes and established an independent state.
They established the principles and basic techniques of partition chromatography, and their work encouraged the rapid development of several chromatographic methods: paper chromatography, gas chromatography, and what would become known as high performance liquid chromatography.
They developed in the socio-economic and political cleavages that existed during the first three decades of the 19th century, and had the support of the business, professional and established Church ( Anglican ) elites in Ontario and to a lesser extent in Quebec.
They included: supporters of religious independents who did not want an established church and some of whom had sympathies with the Levellers ; Presbyterians who were willing to countenance the trial and execution of the King ; and later admissions, such as formerly excluded MPs who were prepared to denounce the Newport Treaty negotiations with the King.
The main provisions of the Edict of Nantes were as follows: a ) Huguenots were allowed to hold religious services in certain towns in each province, b ) They were allowed to control and fortify eight cities ( including La Rochelle and Montauban ), c ) Special courts were established to try Huguenot offenders, d ) Huguenots were to have equal civil rights with the Catholics.
They successfully resisted the northwestern kingdoms until the arrival of the Hunas, who established themselves in Afghanistan by the first half of the 5th century, with their capital at Bamiyan.
They established themselves at Timbuktu as a military caste with various fiefs, independent from Morocco.
They first settled and built the town of Harmony, Pennsylvania, in 1804, and established the Harmony Society in 1805 as a religious commune.
They established ... affinity groups that in 1912 came to, according to Max Nettlau, to the number of 20.
They established a Lombard Kingdom in Italy, later named Regnum Italicum (" Kingdom of Italy "), which reached its zenith under the eighth-century ruler Liutprand.
They were already established in Asia in Goa, on the coast of Malabar, on the island of Ceylon ( now Sri Lanka ) and on the Malaysian coast.
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They are chosen by the Foundation's Board of Trustees on the bases of their own first-rate accomplishments in their different fields of scholarship and the arts.
They learned how to extract metals from ores, and how to compose many types of inorganic acids and bases.
They are fast-growing deciduous trees growing to 25 – 45 m tall, with spreading branches and large ( 40 – 100 cm ) pinnate leaves with 15-41 long pointed leaflets, the terminal leaflet normally present, and the basal pairs of leaflets often lobed at their bases.
They could also fire projectiles in a straight line, so that they could destroy the bases of high walls.
They are the majority of the commanding officers in Central Command, controlling starships and bases, and serving as prefects and planetary governors throughout the client worlds of the Union.
They include underground air bases that are adjacent to normal runways ; the aircraft, crew and supporting material are housed in the caverns.
They could attack area targets like cities, but could not reliably and accurately attack precision strike targets like enemy bomber bases, hardened command and control centers, naval bases, or weapons storage areas.
They had 36 bases throughout China, with large bases having 10, 000 or more followers and minor bases having 6, 000 to 7, 000, similar to Han armies.
They inspected Japanese military bases at Nagasaki, Kobe and Kyoto, then headed to India via Shanghai, Hong Kong, Java and Singapore, reaching Calcutta in January 1906.
They concentrated on both civilian and military targets, knocking out bridges, closing major roads, attacking convoys, disrupting the electric power system and industrial production, and attacking police stations and Soviet military installations and air bases.
They are used commercially in numerous applications, including as surfactants, in foods, in cosmetics, in pharmaceutics, in biomedicine, as dispersing agents, as solvents, in ointments, in suppository bases, as tablet excipients, and as laxatives.
They entertained in military bases at home and overseas, sometimes placing their own lives in danger, by traveling or performing under hazardous conditions.