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Though never a Primitivist himself, he attempted to give a fair explanation of Primitivist ideas ( pages 127-152 ), and the fact of the existence of this section led some to conclude that Booth was a Primitivist.
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Though I had a great dread of the island and felt I would never leave it alive, I eagerly wrote down everything she told me about its women.
Though he struggled with philosophy all his life, he never got much beyond the pessimism of his twenties ; ;
Though such works as Coming of Age in Samoa and The Chrysanthemum and the Sword remain popular with the American public, Mead and Benedict never had the impact on the discipline of anthropology that some expected.
Though a world championship match between Karpov and Fischer was highly anticipated, those hopes were never realised.
Though God is never explicitly mentioned in the Book of Esther, some Christians believe that his influence during the story is implied.
Though enjoined by royal mandate in 1501 for general use within the realm of Scotland, it was probably never widely adopted.
Though DeMille completed the film, it proved to be his last, for he never fully recovered, and died on January 21, 1959 of heart failure.
Though the model showed no significant changes to the climate in areas other than the Tropics, this may not be the case since the model has possible errors and the results are never absolutely definite.
Though Dilbert and his office-mates often find themselves baffled or victimized by the whims of managerial behavior, they never seem to question it openly.
Though Ike and his tank crews never saw combat, he displayed excellent organizational skills, as well as an ability to accurately assess junior officers ' strengths and make optimal placements of personnel.
Though a further version was planned, it never made it out of beta and was eventually canceled due to programmer time constraints.
Though widely used, it differs in form from the nominative only in the masculine singular of the second declension ( that is, never in the plural, never in the feminine or neuter, and never in any declension other than the second ).
Though he was never ordained into the Catholic priesthood, Francis is one of the most venerated religious figures in history.
Though Jefferson left the cabinet voluntarily, Washington never forgave him, and never spoke to him again.
Though and himself
Though his election was interpreted by many Southerners as the forerunner of a dangerous shift in the federal balance in favor of the Union, Lincoln himself proposed no such change in the rights the Constitution gave the states.
Though it centers around the brilliant and enigmatic figure of Charles 12,, the true hero is not finally the king himself.
Though merely clear glass, it was a distinctive trade mark for an aspiring actor who hoped to imprint himself upon the memories of producers.
Though his inner thoughts cringed at it, he forced himself to think back, recreating the scene in which Mae claimed to have caught him molesting the child.
Though Anthony himself did not organize or create a monastery, a community grew around him based on his example of living an ascetic and isolated life.
Though opposed to the government of King Louis-Philippe I, he took no part in politics, but devoted himself to his pastoral work.
Though the nickname does not suggest anything particularly respectable about the king himself, its invective is not actually focused on the king but on those around him, who were expected to provide the young king with god ræd.
Though representing himself as a spokesman for the common man, he often appeared out of place with real working people.
Though Marcuse quickly distanced himself from Heidegger following Heidegger's endorsement of Nazism, it has been suggested by thinkers such as Juergen Habermas that an understanding of Marcuse's later thinking demands an appreciation of his early Heideggerian influence.
Though Symmes himself never wrote a book about his ideas, several authors published works discussing his ideas.
Though he could easily have won the fight against the wounded and weakened Ivanhoe, de Bois-Gilbert lowers his sword and allows himself to be slaughtered, thus saving the life of his beloved Rebecca.
Though he resigned the position the following year, and entertained the idea of taking up conducting posts elsewhere, he based himself increasingly in Vienna and soon made his home there.
Though Scarlett had no professional connections, he gradually obtained a large practice, ultimately confining himself to the Court of King's Bench and the northern circuit.
However, such an act was never a real possibility ; upon debriefing Philby in London on 24 May 1937, Maly wrote to the NKVD, " Though devoted and ready to sacrifice himself, does not possess the physical courage and other qualities necessary for this attempt.
Though Col. Lambert subsequently acquitted himself to Henry Vane the Younger and Edmond Ludlow and the " Committee on Safety " an instrument of the Wallingford House party acting under their miss-direction.
Though an original character himself, many of Shang-Chi's supporting characters ( most notably Fu Manchu and Sir Denis Nayland Smith ) were Rohmer creations.
Though Johnston did not see an okapi himself, he did manage to obtain pieces of striped skin and eventually a skull.
Though he was blind and compelled to keep to his bed, from which he gave audiences and transacted affairs of state, he surrounded himself with capable officials, many of them his Corsini relatives, but he did little for his family except to purchase and enlarge the palace built in Trastevere for the Riarii, and now known as the Palazzo Corsini ( the seat of the Regia Accademia dei Lincei ).
Though Adorno was not himself an Institute member, the journal nevertheless published many of his essays, including " The Social Situation of Music " ( 1932 ), " On Jazz " ( 1936 ), " On the Fetish-Character in Music and the Regression of Listening " ( 1938 ) and " Fragments on Wagner " ( 1938 ).
Though not a financial success, the film received positive reviews and was nominated for six Academy Awards, two of which ( for Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay ) went to Petersen himself ; he was also nominated for a BAFTA Award and DGA Award.
Though the real power in Italy was in his hands, he represented himself as the client of Julius Nepos and, after Nepos ' death in 480, of the Emperor in Constantinople.
Though he had remained in seclusion himself, Cyprian now censured all laxity toward the lapsed, refused absolution to them except in case of mortal sickness, and desired to postpone the question of their re-admission to the Church to quieter times.