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Though and is
Though he is also concerned with freeing dance from pedestrian modes of activity, Merce Cunningham has selected a very different method for achieving his aim.
Though sex in some form or other enters into all human activity and it was a good thing that Freud emphasized this aspect of human nature, it is fantastic to explain everything in terms of sex.
Though it centers around the brilliant and enigmatic figure of Charles 12,, the true hero is not finally the king himself.
Though versatile and capable of turning out a ballad lyric with the best of them, Mercer's forte is a highly polished quasi-folk wit.
Though creeks in the Santa Cruz mountains flow brimful the year round and it is forever spring, the apples that grow there have a wintry crackle.
Though there is obviously nothing new about these techniques, they do challenge the worker's skill to articulate them precisely on the spot and on the basis of quick and accurate diagnostic assessments.
Though there is obviously great need for continued experimentation with various types of short-term intervention to further efforts in developing an operational definition of prevention at the secondary -- or perhaps, in some instances, primary -- level, the place of short-term intervention has already been documented by a number of investigators in a wide variety of settings.
Though it is not easy to apply the evidence of the Iliad to any specific era, this marvelous product of the epic tradition had certainly taken definitive shape by 750.
Though now complete, the publication is included in this directory because of its importance and because of the long-term nature of its preparation.
Though there are many exceptions, which we have noted in preceding pages, white wine is as a rule best consumed between two and six years old, and red wines, nowadays, between three and ten.
Though his character is broader and more comically rounded than the don, he gives it a firmness and toughness -- a sort of peasant dignity -- too.
Though Aristotle wrote many elegant treatises and dialogues ( Cicero described his literary style as " a river of gold "), it is thought that the majority of his writings are now lost and only about one-third of the original works have survived.
Though the prison chaplain accuses the state of stripping Alex of free will, the government officials on the scene are pleased with the results and Alex is released into society.
Though her personal contact with Alfred Nobel had been brief, she corresponded with him until his death in 1896, and it is believed that she was a major influence in his decision to include a peace prize among those prizes provided in his will.
Though the word atom originally denoted a particle that cannot be cut into smaller particles, in modern scientific usage the atom is composed of various subatomic particles.
Though the ceremony installs the new abbot into a position of legal authority, it does not confer further sacramental authority-it is not a further degree of Holy Orders ( although some abbots have been ordained to the episcopacy ).
Though the title " abbot " is not given in the Western Church to any but actual abbots of monasteries today, the title archimandrite is given to " monastics " ( i. e., celibate ) priests in the East, even when not attached to a monastery, as an honor for service, similar to the title of monsignor in the Western / Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church.
Though she is one of the few gods of the Greek Pantheon to be actually married, she is frequently unfaithful to her husband.
Though the are has fallen out of use, the hectare is still commonly used to measure land:
Though their holding-power-to-weight ratio is significantly lower than admiralty pattern anchors, their ease of handling and stowage aboard large ships led to almost universal adoption.
Though some of the masonry in the ruins is certainly pre-Roman, the Suda's identification of it with Cyinda, famous as a treasure city in the wars of Eumenes of Cardia, cannot be accepted in the face of Strabo's express location of Cyinda in western Cilicia.
Though the resolution is historically significant, Hideaki Uemura, professor at Keisen University in Tokyo and a specialist in indigenous peoples ' rights, commented that the motion is " weak in the sense of recognizing historical facts " as the Ainu were " forced " to become Japanese in the first place.

Though and hesitant
Though initially hesitant about her Jedi training, Leia later learns various Force techniques, and becomes a very proficient Jedi after finishing her training under Luke's guidance.
Though initially jealous of how happy Carlie was making Peter, MJ decided to support Peter's decision and encouraged him to reveal his secret identity to her, an idea Peter was hesitant to try, as he desired to be loved for simply being " Peter Parker ".
Though hesitant to loan anyone money because of a bad experience with her first serious boyfriend, Chance agrees to give him the money for playing along with her charade for her mother.
Though at first very hesitant to become friendly with his new partner, Robyn Slinger, he eventually begins to bond with her, even feeling a great need to protect her when she is attacked by Commissioner Ultima and buried under precinct station rubble.
Though she remained hesitant, Lois mentally acknowledged that this was something only the real Clark Kent would know.
Though they had been criticizing various Wilsonian strategies in domestic politics, the editors were hesitant to take a strong position on the war.
Though hesitant, they have sex, and Fredo pays her to tell Johnny it was the best she had ever had.
Though he liked the pilot, he was hesitant to commit to his first TV starring role until meeting with Garcia, after which he signed on to play Earl Hickey.
Though she is eager to become pregnant immediately, Luis is hesitant, preferring to fully recover from the past few months ' drama before fathering a second child ; Fancy understands but privately fears that Luis believes that her violent mood swings will return.

Though and accept
Though they admit that plants must be destroyed for the sake of food, they accept such violence only inasmuch as it is indispensable for human survival, and there are special instructions for preventing unnecessary violence against plants.
Though Hollingworth gave up his episcopal position to accept the appointment, it still attracted considerable opposition in a country which maintains a formal separation between Church and State.
Though all Christian churches accept the New Testament as Scripture, they differ in their understanding of the nature, extent, and relevance of its authority.
Though slowly, Fictions work because it is a well known fact that people will accept a change in the form of a fiction while they would resist it to the end if the fact is out in the open.
Though Spielberg was interested in casting Ford in the lead role from the start, Lucas was not, due to having already worked with the actor in American Graffiti and Star Wars, but he eventually relented after Tom Selleck was unable to accept.
Though Narendra did not accept Ramakrishna as his guru initially and revolted against his ideas, he was attracted by his personality and visited him frequently.
Though at first Narendra could not accept Ramakrishna and his visions, he did not neglect him.
Though the document has not survived, it is clear that Henry was forced to accept the Provisions of Oxford, while Prince Edward remained hostage to the barons.
Though officials in Paris and Austria were beginning to accept the possibility of the union, Marie Louise was kept uninformed of developments.
Though the now strongly conservative Calles thought he could control him, it quickly became clear Cárdenas would not accept a subordinate role like his predecessors did.
Though at the end of the war, the people of England could accept Charles I back in office but not religious toleration.
Though Himes did not fully accept Miller ’ s ideas until 1842, he established the fortnightly paper Signs of the Times to publicize them.
Though many more works have been attributed to Hermes Trismegistus, Hermeticists commonly accept forty-two books to his credit.
Though warned by Richelieu of her possible failure, she asked the king to pardon them, refusing to rise from her kneeling posture if he did not accept her request.
Though regarded as a Presbyterian, he was not exclusively tied to Presbyterianism, and often seemed prepared to accept a modified Episcopalianism.
Though at first the idea would shock the public they eventually came to accept it, as they came to accept the ' atomist ' representation of the universe as a multitude of dots consisting of primary colors.
Though Himes did not fully accept Miller ’ s ideas until 1842, he established the fortnightly paper Signs of the Times on February 28, 1840, to publicize them.
Though the Vatican tried to hold back the exclusion of Catholic clergy and organisations from politics, in the end it had to accept the restriction to the religious and charitable field, which effectively meant acquiescing to end the Centre Party.
Though they fail, they learn to accept their situation with the help of a Buddhist monk.
Though attracted to Yūhi, Aya ultimately comes to see him as a close friend patonically, and Yūhi is able to accept the fact that Aya only has romantic eyes for Toya.
Though the Navy was sympathetic to the Marine Corps ' predicament, it was ready to accept the diminishment of the Corps in exchange for keeping naval aviation from consolidation with the Air Force.
Though much more variegated than some commentaries would seem to suggest, British idealism was generally marked by several broad tendencies: a belief in an Absolute ( a single all-encompassing reality that in some sense formed a coherent and all-inclusive system ); the assignment of a high place to reason as both the faculty by which the Absolute's structure is grasped and as that structure itself ; and a fundamental unwillingness to accept a dichotomy between thought and object, reality consisting of thought-and-object together in a strongly coherent unity.
Though it was known he would never accept payment for performing marriages, when grooms insisted Kimball would ask a $ 5 donation which he would then give to the bride as a wedding present.

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