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This date means that Orosius had a window of 5 years for his collaboration with Saint Augustine before he travelled to Palestine.
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The island of Hokkaido was known to the Ainu as Ainu Moshir, and was formally annexed by the Japanese at the late date of 1868, partly as a means of preventing the intrusion of the Russians, and partly for imperialist reasons.
Individuals are identified in the registry by means of a national identification number ( the so-called kennitala ), a number composed of the date of birth in the format and four additional digits, the third of which is a control digit, and the last of which indicates the century in which the person was born ( 9 for the 1900s and 0 for the 2000s ).
But while martyrs ' days ( usually the individual dates of martyrdom ) were celebrated on fixed dates in the local solar calendar, the date of Easter was fixed by means of the local Jewish lunisolar calendar.
In practice, this means the government remains in power for close to its full term, and choose an election date it calculates to be in its best interests ( unless something special happens, such as a motion of no-confidence ).
The wide date range for Lindow Man's death ( 2 BC to 119 AD ) means he may have met his demise after the Romans conquered northern England in the 60s AD.
This means that information contained in different parts of the Geography is likely to be of different date.
A Scandinavian origin has been proposed ( compare, for example, Norwegian slengenamn, which means " nickname "), but is discounted by the Oxford English Dictionary based on " date and early associations ".
It is estimated that the year 2002 marked the beginning of the digital age for information storage, which means that this years marked the date where human kind started to store more information on digital, than on analog storage devices.
This means that only in 11. 65 % of its cases is there the minimal detail provided to identify the person, place, date, incident and perpetrator of the abuse.
Socialist theories that favored the market date back to the Ricardian socialists, who advocated a free-market combined with state ownership of the means of production.
There is no specific creation date of the steps, however they are believed to be built during the early 1860s when they provided the only means of accessing the One Tree Hill Summit.
The term " perimenopause ", which literally means " around the menopause ", refers to the menopause transition years, a span of time both before and after the date of the final episode of flow.
She argues that if Knack borrows from both The Shrew and A Shrew, it means The Shrew must have been on stage by mid-June 1592 at the latest, and again suggests a date of composition of somewhere in late 1591 / early 1592.
A rating of 0 means the hazard is as likely as the background hazard ( defined as the average risk posed by objects of the same size or larger over the years until the date of the potential impact ).
Although the 2006 Encyclopædia Britannica reflects Herodotus, stating, " They Cimmerians probably did live in the area north of the Black Sea, but attempts to define their original homeland more precisely by archaeological means, or even to fix the date of their expulsion from their country by the Scythians, have not so far been completely successful ," in recent research academic scholars have made use of documents dating to centuries earlier than Herodotus, such as intelligence reports to Sargon, and note that these identify the Cimmerians as living south rather than north of the Black Sea.
In the European Patent Convention ( EPC ), " state of the art shall be held to comprise everything made available to the public by means of a written or oral description, by use, or in any other way, before the date of filing of the European patent application " according to.
The figure has been shown to date back some 3, 000 years, to the Bronze Age, by means of optically stimulated luminescence dating carried out following archaeological investigations in 1994.
However, the uncertain construction date of the keep means that the King of Scotland could have been responsible for building it.
" Apart from its daily nationwide distribution, the term means that back issues are archived on microfilm by every decent-sized public library in the nation, and the Times ' articles are often cited by both historians and judges as evidence that a major historical event occurred on a certain date.
Ancient sources record dates in the mid-sixth centuryEusebius dates Theognis in the 58th Olympiad ( 548 – 45 BC ), Suda the 59th Olympiad ( 544 – 41 BC ) and Chronicon Paschale the 57th Olympiad ( 552 – 49 BC ) yet it is not clear for example whether Suda in this case means a date of birth or some other significant event in the poet's life and, moreover, all three sources could have derived their dates from lines 773 – 82 under the assumption that these refer to Harpagus's attack on Ionia in the reign of Cyrus The Great.
Though doubtless at an early date a private means of penance and mortification, such use is publicly exemplified in the tenth and eleventh centuries by the lives of St. Dominic Loricatus and St. Peter Damian ( died 1072 ).
Forging the Social Democratic grip on Swedish politics that would last throughout the century, Hansson left an astounding legacy on his party as well as creating the " Swedish model " that remains largely intact to date, including a strict policy of neutrality, a wide-stretching welfare state through parliamentary legislation, and reformist social corporatism rather than Marxist nationalization of the means of production.
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Despite the scarcity of sources, if his date of birth is accepted as that given above or at least within the window between 375 and 385 it can be seen that Orosius grew up during a period of cultural flourishing along with Hydatius and the Ávitos.
Given that Saint Stephen ’ s relics were uncovered on 26 December 415, Orosius must have departed from Palestine after that date.
The second chronological limit is 415, which is traditionally considered to be the date when Augustine ’ s book Liber ad Orosium contra Priscillianistas et Origenistas was published, in which Augustine replies to Orosius ’ s Commonitorium.
The date of the book is not our main focus here, what is more important is Orosius ’ s objective in responding to Saint Augustine ’ s request by writing a book aimed at proving that Rome ’ s decadence – it should be remembered that Rome was sacked by Alaric I in 410 – had nothing at all to do with the fact that the Romans had relatively recently converted to Christianity.
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I heard subsequently that my Uncle and Aunt had dinner in a nearby restaurant in the French Quarter after which he went home to get into his costume to keep the date.
In `` My Song's Young Virgin Date '', for example, Thompson wrote: `` Yea, she that had my song's young virgin date Not now, alas, that noble singular she, I nobler hold, though marred from her once state, Than others in their best integrity.
The ledger was full of most precise information: date of laying, length of incubation period, number of chick reaching the first week, second week, fifth week, weight of hen, size of rooster's wattles and so on, all scrawled out in a hand that looked more Chinese than English, the most jagged and sprawling Alex had ever seen.
Its ground for this recommendation was that, while petitioner claimed before the local board August 17, 1956 ( as evidenced by its memorandum in his file of that date ), that he was devoting 100 hours per month to actual preaching, the headquarters of the Jehovah's Witnesses reported that he was no longer doing so and, on the contrary, had relinquished both his Pioneer and Bible Student Servant positions.
But Blanche had been able to maintain a serene and assured composure in the face of her widowed mother's continued carping, had been able to resist her urgings to date anyone who offered the slightest possibility of matrimony.
Charlie Marble was back and forth on several occasions, first to confer with Andy on the advisability of cancelling the Las Vegas engagement -- they decided it was wise -- and later to announce that a prominent comedian, also an agency client, had agreed to fill the casino's open date.
Angrily Martin wished they had delayed the wedding and gone on a trip -- preferably one that lasted months -- instead of deciding not to postpone the date until he could get away.
Aristotle " says that ' on the subject of reasoning ' he ' had nothing else on an earlier date to speak of '".
Based on Defense Ministry statistics that had not been released to the public, the Group of Monitoring Compliance with Human Rights in the Army ( GMCHRA ) has recorded the deaths of 76 soldiers to date in non-combat incidents for 2011, and the injury of 91 others.
After her death, Tiberius slandered her name and had the senate declare that her birth date was a date of bad omen.
In this homily, Autpert's death date is given as 784 ( older scholarship had given a date between 778 and 779 ).
" The project, later called the Mills Commission, concluded that " Base Ball had its origins in the United States " and " the first scheme for playing baseball, according to the best evidence available to date, was devised by Abner Doubleday at Cooperstown, N. Y., in 1839.
In 2001, an article by four doctors in Kidney International, the official journal of the International Society of Nephrology, noted that although to date there had been no controlled studies performed in patients with autosomal-dominant polycystic kidney disease with refractory pain, their personal observation in isolated cases indicated that the Alexander Technique helped relieve patients ' pain, particularly when accompanied with whirlpool treatments and massage therapy.
In 1998, under recently acquired head coach Dan Reeves, quarterback Chris Chandler and running back Jamal Anderson the " Dirty Bird " Falcons had their greatest season to date.
Of those who retained the October 22 date, many maintained that Jesus had come not literally but " spiritually ", and consequently were known as " spiritualizers ".
Meanwhile, in 1868, tombs at Ialysus in Rhodes had yielded to Alfred Biliotti many fine painted vases of styles which were called later the third and fourth " Mycenaean "; but these, bought by John Ruskin, and presented to the British Museum, excited less attention than they deserved, being supposed to be of some local Asiatic fabric of uncertain date.
The matter was finally resolved, but Army of Darkness release date had been pushed back from its original summer of 1992 release to February 1993.
The earlier date, 293, is sometimes assigned and apparently supported by the authority of a " Coptic Fragment " ( published by Dr. O. von Lemm among the Mémoires de l ' académie impériale des sciences de S. Péterbourg, 1888 ) and corroborated by the maturity revealed in his two earliest treatises Contra Gentes ( Against the Heathens ) and De Incarnatione ( On the Incarnation ), which were admittedly written about the year 318 before Arianism had begun to make itself felt, as those writings do not show an awareness of Arianism.
Also in 1998, Juanita Broaddrick alleged Clinton had raped her though she did not remember the exact date, which may have been 1978.
The license in favour of BVI Cable was controversial, as the Regulator had announced in advance that only three licenses in total would be issued, and BVI Cable TV had crumbling cable television infrastructure, and was in no position to office cellular telephone services ( and to date, has not offered any cellular telephone services, or anything other than simple cable television ).