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They initially implied the proof was their own achievement based on the " Hamilton-Perelman theory ", but later retracted the original version of their paper, and posted a revised version, in which they referred to their work as the more modest " exposition of Hamilton – Perelman's proof ".
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They initially were not part of the territory under direct Roman control, having voluntarily allied themselves to Rome following Claudius ' conquest of AD 43.
They were initially placed with the Old World quails in the pheasant family ( Phasianidae ), but are not particularly closely related.
They eventually marry, but only after Rochester's mad first wife ( whom Jane initially had no knowledge of ) dies in a dramatic house fire.
Following retirement from professional football, he developed a career in the media, initially on BBC Radio 5 Live and as a football pundit before replacing Des Lynam as the BBC's anchorman for football coverage, including their flagship football television programme Match of the Day, and as a team captain on the acerbic sports game show, They Think It's All Over from 1995 to 2003, where he was heavily ( though affectionately ) ridiculed for being a " goal hanger ", described as " lethal from twelve inches " – a parody of Lineker's short-range scoring prowess.
They were initially intended for Nazi collaborators, but then other categories of political prisoners ( for example, members of deported peoples who fled from exile ) were also sentenced to " katorga works ".
They were initially referred to as " the colonies " by some students, a reference to the fact that they were newer and at the farthest end of the campus ; these dorms are now more commonly referred to as " the outer dorms.
They had initially selected the land near the Wabash River for its isolation and opportunity for expansion, but the Harmonites were now a great distance from the eastern markets and trade in this location wasn't to their liking.
They were initially named " just another kinase " 1 and 2 ( since they were just two of a large number of discoveries in a PCR-based screen of kinases ,) but were ultimately published as " Janus kinase ".
They initially lived with Ruge and his wife communally at 23 Rue Vaneau, but finding these living conditions difficult, the Marxes moved out following the birth of their daughter Jenny in 1844.
They initially have a layer of skin, called " velvet ," which is shed once the antlers become fully grown.
They were initially gathered into massive urban ghettos, such as 380, 000 held in the Warsaw Ghetto, where large numbers died under the harsh conditions therein, including 43, 000 in the Warsaw Ghetto alone.
They had a good turnout and were initially judged by official observers to be " free, fair and credible ".
They first tried going to the Court of Chancery and applying for injunctions prohibiting other publishers from printing their works, and this was initially successful.
They were assembled by order of archbishop Lullus, Boniface's successor in Mainz, and were initially organized into two parts, a section containing the papal correspondence and another with his private letters.
They were initially sent to Alaska and Canada as sled dogs but rapidly acquired the status of family pets and show dogs.
They were initially created as an alternative to single malt whiskies, which some considered too harsh.
They present a higher resistance initially which prevents large currents from flowing at turn-on, and then heat up and become much lower resistance to allow higher current flow during normal operation.
They initially invested $ 1, 500 each and formed a board of directors: The investors became known as The Big Four and their railroad was called the Central Pacific Railroad.
They attended the Dissenter chapel on Coombe Street, whose worshippers initially called themselves independents and later, became known as Congregationalists.
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They were perhaps not named " Angles " at that time ; however, the territory of the Teutones probably included the Vorpommern and the region south to the Elbe ( mainly Holstein ), accounting for the implied larger range of the Angles in later sources.
They argued that sociobiology does not necessarily lead to any particular political ideology, as many critics implied.
" They also cite the First strike option as an example of the " terror of coercive diplomacy " as a form of this, which holds the world hostage with the implied threat of using nuclear weapons in " crisis management.
She was born to Stefano and Paola Maino in Contrada Màini (" Maini quarter / district "), at Lusiana, They pointed, in particular, to Section 5 of the Indian Citizenship Act of 1955, which they claimed implied ' reciprocity '.
They therefore argue that it is incoherent to argumentatively advance an ethical position on the basis of the is – ought problem, which contradicts these implied assumptions.
They claimed that such an implied contract required the merchants to become co-defendants in the customer lawsuits.
They continue the relationship back home ( with sexual relations implied ), but Fry intends to end it the day before Valentine's Day because he felt that they were spending too much time together.
They, in fact, express genuine surprise that their powers can't affect the other ( a fact carried over from the comics ) and it is implied that they do not know they are brothers.
They are nuisances who beg for release, who are intent on hand-to-hand combat, but are implied to be relatively harmless and well-intentioned once freed.
It is also implied that Biff had a habit of hitting Marty over the head violently and abusing him along with his mother ( as implied when Lorraine tells Marty " They must have hit you really hard this time.
They believed that the Prophet Zoroaster implied the religion unto them, and did not convert each of them.
They further claimed that since there is no international law barring separation then by convention there must be an implied right to do so.
They estimate a representative-agent DSGE model on the basis of the aggregate data implied by their heterogeneous-agent economy, and show that the estimated coefficients are inconsistent with the true parameters of the heterogeneous economy.
They concluded that after a proposal is made, groups discuss it in an implied attempt to determine their " comfort level " with it and then drop it in lieu of a different proposal.
They were created because of the idea of the divine right of kings, which stated that kings were appointed by God, and implied that no one but the king was worthy of punishing the king ’ s son.
They were also the subject of a Channel 4 documentary in the late nineties which followed them on tour with Work, Lovelife, Miscellaneous and finished ominously with their lead singer, The Vessel, burning his Bela Lugosi-style wig as they planned to change their uniquely theatrical performances, possibly as a result of a cutting NME review which implied they were " hiding behind " the theatrics.
They also have a spoken language: the only word known is jozxyqk, meaning " the sound you make when you get your sexual organs trapped in something " ( although it is strongly implied this is merely an attempt to cheat at a game of Scrabble ).
They set off to pursue Corak and Sheltem in the Lincoln, and it is implied that they actually do so in Might and Magic IV: Clouds of Xeen.
They found a modest correlation of 0. 62 between the 10-year equity premium and a measure of implied volatility ( in this case VIX, the Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index ).
They argued that sociobiology does not necessarily lead to any particular political ideology as many critics implied.