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Things were no better in 2005, despite a career year from first baseman Derrek Lee and the emergence of closer Ryan Dempster.
During the Middle Ages, there were various systems involving elections or assemblies, although often only involving a small amount of the population, the election of Gopala in Bengal region of Indian Subcontinent, the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth ( 10 % of population ), the Althing in Iceland, the Løgting in the Faeroe Islands, certain medieval Italian city-states such as Venice, the tuatha system in early medieval Ireland, the Veche in Novgorod and Pskov Republics of medieval Russia, Scandinavian Things, The States in Tirol and Switzerland and the autonomous merchant city of Sakai in the 16th century in Japan.
The atomic poems ( such as ' All Things are Governed by Atoms ') and natural philosophy of Margaret Cavendish were influenced by Epicurus.
Things initially went well, and for much of the season Chelsea were on course for promotion, but two wins from their final seven league games ensured the club finished 4th.
Things like the “ kingly ornaments ” which were “ always purple garments or cloth of gold ”, both very ostentatious assertions of wealth and power, were to ensure he was “ recompensed ” for his “ limitation of authority ”.
Things were going as they should for a team that could win the west.
Things were going so well for the company, that in 1973, the company's German executives accidentally opened a store in Konstanz when they had meant to open one in Koblenz.
The song " All Things Dull and Ugly " and the parody scripture reading " Martyrdom of St. Victor " were performed on Monty Python's Contractual Obligation Album ( 1980 ).
Things were changing in the republic after the fall of anti-Renaissance Priest and leader of Florence, Girolamo Savonarola, ( executed in 1498 ) and the rise of the gonfaloniere Piero Soderini.
Things were improving on the international front too.
Things were not helped by the very close proximity of Hitler's Reich Chancellery, just one block away in Voßstraße, and many other Nazi government edifices nearby as well, and so Potsdamer Platz was right in a major target area.
Things were at their worst during the winter of 1771.
Tracks from the album were featured on a number of film soundtracks, including Night Watch, Wild Things, Jawbreaker, Never Been Kissed, Charlie's Angels and Cheaters.
Things were heated between the ladies for some time, with Thomas speaking out against Lopes, calling her antics " selfish ", " evil ", and " heartless.
Although the subtitle states that the book comprises " 103 Good Things, 5 Bad Kings and 2 Genuine Dates ", the book's preface mentions that originally four dates were planned, but last-minute research revealed that two of them were not memorable.
Things were not quite as dire as they seemed to the German commanders in Berlin.
Singles were released in various territories for three of the album's songs, " If You Were Here ", " Things She Said " and " 747 " ( featuring the English version of " Kräm ", entitled " What It Feels Like ").
Moore would later reveal, in an attempt to connect the original one-off Swamp Thing story from House of Secrets to the main Swamp Thing canon, that there had been dozens, perhaps hundreds, of Swamp Things since the dawn of humanity, and that all versions of the creature were designated defenders of the Parliament of Trees, an elemental community also known as " the Green " that connects all plant life on Earth.
Lakoff's 1987 work, Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things, answered some of these criticisms before they were even made: he explores the effects of cognitive metaphors ( both culturally specific and human-universal ) on the grammar per se of several languages, and the evidence of the limitations of the classical logical-positivist or Anglo-American School philosophical concept of the category usually used to explain or describe the scientific method.
In contrast, " Better Things " ( 1981 ), " Come Dancing " ( 1982 ), " Don't Forget to Dance " ( 1983 ) and " Good Day " ( 1984 ) were sentimental songs of hope and nostalgia for the aging Air Raid Generation.
Things such as sex and condoms were never mentioned and so Zamora never identified himself as someone at risk.
Prévert's poems were collected and published in his books: Paroles ( Words ) ( 1946 ), Spectacle ( 1951 ), La Pluie et le beau temps ( Rain and Good Weather ) ( 1955 ), Histoires ( Stories ) ( 1963 ), Fatras ( 1971 ) and Choses et autres ( Things and Others ) ( 1973 ).

Things and much
In 2003, Ronnie recalled that " Things didn't work out that much, you know.
Things go disastrously wrong for both of them, bringing in the cold, smoothly dogged police inspector ( David Suchet ), whose role is much reduced, as it is Gwyneth Paltrow's character, the wife, who unravels much of the mystery.
Things became much more difficult for him from 1510 onwards, especially after Julius II, the great warrior Pope, took control of the Vatican and formed the " Holy League " to oppose the ambitions of the French in Italy.
Bush's albums include the aforementioned Sixteen Stone, Razorblade Suitcase ( recorded by Steve Albini ), Deconstructed, The Science of Things, and Golden State, all albums had much success in terms of albums sales, which led Bush to be one of the best selling rock groups to come out of the nineties.
He was rather silent in general, and did not speak much even at Things ; </ br >
" Things could have been much better with a few more months in development.
In one extreme case, Brian has been portrayed as role-playing a date with a doll, which he referred to as " Sara "; in another, when the Knights had met for pizza and were drawing from a prop Deck of Many Things that Brian made and imagining what would happen if the deck was real and affected their real lives, Brian drew the card " the Void " (" Body functions, but soul is trapped elsewhere "), and responded with " That pretty much describes my life already.
All Things Must Pass received, and continues to receive, almost universal critical acclaim − as much for the music and lyrical content as for the fact that, of all the former Beatles, it was the work of supposed junior partner George Harrison.
Things getting much too big and uncontrollable.
* The dome is somewhat similar in concept to the post world war " Bombproofs " mentioned as existing in London after the second world war in The Shape of Things to Come though this is on a much vaster scale.
His psychological novels, such as De Boeken der Kleine Zielen ( 1901 – 1902 ; translated as ' The Books of the Small Souls ') and Van Oude Menschen, de Dingen, die Voorbij gaan ... ( 1906: translated as ' Of old people and the Things that Pass ') enjoyed much success in the English speaking countries after the First World War.
Also on that 1880 Trojans team, though much older, was Bob " Death to Flying Things " Ferguson.
Things are not much better for her there, though-she and Corday are constantly arguing, culminating eventually in Ella swallowing ecstasy that belonged to Rachel.
Things began to gel and Montrose won six out of their last nine games with a smaller, much younger squad who narrowly missed out on the playoffs.
Things weren't about to get much better for the Fort, as just three weeks later, they lost by another high margin, this time in a 13-0 away defeat to Cove Rangers.
Things went poorly for Wu from the start: a heavy wind came and destroyed much of Lü Fan's fleet, and Cao Xiu attacked viciously.
Unconventional comedy series such as The Beachcombers, Due South, Made in Canada, Chilly Beach, The Newsroom, Primetime Glick, The Red Green Show, La Petite Vie, Seeing Things, Trailer Park Boys, Supertown Challenge, Les Bougon and Twitch City have been much more successful than most of Canada's conventional sitcoms, both in Canada and as international exports.
Things deteriorated in this way because the government under Soekarno spent so much money building expensive monuments, nationalizing industry, and financing the budget deficit with foreign loans and by borrowing from the Indonesian central bank ( in effect, printing money ).
In his work, Le parti pris des choses ( often translated The Voice of Things ), he meticulously described common things such as oranges, potatoes and cigarettes in a poetic voice, but with a personal style and paragraph form ( prose poem ) much like an essay.
Whether or not this is the case, Tu Long's discourses certainly had greater immediate recognition and influence ; they were much more widely cited in later collections, and were a primary source for Wen Zhenheng's Treatise of Superfluous Things.
During his years with Marmalade, the band used Keith Mansfield as an orchestral arranger on their first record successes, including " Loving Things ", " Wait For Me Mary Ann ", " Obladi Oblada ", " Baby Make It Soon " and Reflections of My Life, and Campbell studied Mansfield's scores at close range, was so impressed with the craft of arranging for orchestra, and the sound and expertise of orchestral musicians in the recording studio, that this led to a major turning point in his career, so much so, he then commenced arranging orchestral accompaniment on the band's sessions himself.
Benjamin appeared on the Comedy Central sketch / variety show Important Things with Demetri Martin and had nearly as much screen time as Martin himself.

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