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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 the preface initially states Luke ’ s intentions for writing, by closely examining the contents of the work as a whole, scholars have surmised that Luke ’ s purpose is much more complex.
Though most of these laws have been relaxed or repealed in most states, they are still strictly enforced in some other states.
Though in theory subject directly to the pope, these rulers had been practically independent or dependent on other states for generations.
Though it was initially envisaged that these cellular automata would run on special computers, such as MIT's " Cellular Automata Machine-8 " ( CAM-8 ), by 1996 it was realised that the model originally proposed, which required cellular automata with thousands of states, was too complex to be realised in hardware.
Though violations may be common in fact, states try to avoid the appearance of having disregarded international obligations.
Though no state conditioned ratification of the constitution on a bill of rights, several states came close, and the issue almost prevented the constitution from being ratified.
" Though Spinoza has been called the " prophet " and " prince " of pantheism, in a letter to Henry Oldenburg Spinoza states that: " as to the view of certain people that I identify god with nature ( taken as a kind of mass or corporeal matter ), they are quite mistaken " For Spinoza, our universe ( cosmos ) is a mode under two attributes of Thought and Extension.
Though he managed to sustain for 15 years, he did so only by ravaging farm lands, keeping his army healthy, which brought anger among the Roman's subject states.
Though the Quran mentions only 24 prophets, the founder of Islam, Muhammad states that the world has seen 124, 000 prophets.
Though it has been argued that the states lost the power to arm their citizens when the power to arm the militia was transferred from the states to the federal government by Article 1, Section 8 of the US Constitution, the individual right to arm was retained and strengthened by the Militia Act of 1792 and the similar act of 1795.
Though the causes and effects are typically related to changes or events, candidates include objects, processes, properties, variables, facts, and states of affairs ; characterizing the causal relationship can be the subject of much debate.
Though all 50 states ( as well as the District of Columbia and the U. S. Virgin Islands ) have enacted some form of Article 8, many of them still appear to use older versions of Article 8, including some that did not permit non-certificated securities.
Though Poland-Lithuania was at that time the largest and one of the most populous states of Europe, Sobieski became a king of a country devastated by almost half a century of constant war.
Though the specific provisions of these laws varied among states, they all required the registration of all securities offerings and sales, as well as of every U. S. stockbroker and brokerage firm.
Though the specific provisions of these laws varied among states, they all required the registration of all securities offerings and sales, as well as of every US stockbroker and brokerage firm.
Though the settlement became known as Ludlow, Fouke le Fitz Waryn a 13th-century poem states that it was called Dinham " for a very long time ".
Though U. S. Route 101 remains a major coastal north – south link along the Pacific coast north of San Francisco, it has been replaced in overall importance for transport through the West Coast states by Interstate 5, which is more modern in its physical design, goes through more major cities, and has more direct routing due to significantly easier geography over much of the route.
Though no universally agreed upon boundary exists, a common definition includes the U. S. states of Oregon and Washington and the Canadian province of British Columbia.
Though Pelafina's letters and Johnny's footnotes contain similar accounts of their past, their memories also differ greatly at times, due to both Pelafina's and Johnny's questionable mental states.
Though in point of fact, Lincoln declined this request, his decision did little to prevent a number of Southern states from seceding, and America was soon embroiled in the Civil War.

Though and increasingly
Though the system can have variations in local, regional, and country level, the similarities-in systems or even in ideas-that schools share also enable the exchange among students at all levels which are also playing an increasingly important role in globalization process.
Though Madison lost most of his battles over how to amend the Virginia Plan ( most importantly over the exclusion of the Council of Revision ), in the process he increasingly shifted the debate away from a position of pure state sovereignty.
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 the progressive Christianisation of the Roman Empire in the 4th century did not confer upon bishops civil authority within the state, the gradual withdrawal of imperial authority during the 5th century left the pope the senior imperial civilian official in Rome, as bishops were increasingly directing civil affairs in other cities of the Western Empire.
Though Jovian made accommodations to appease this potential claimant, Procopius fell increasingly under suspicion in the first year of Valens ' reign.
Though effectively a Chinese puppet-state, Korea's weakness was becoming increasingly apparent, and the Treaty of Jemulpo of 1882 gave the Japanese further right to station troops in Seoul in order to protect their legation.
Though Thomson conducted no new experiments, over the next two years he became increasingly dissatisfied with Carnot's theory and convinced of Joule's.
Though increasingly common, RPS is considered a potential " squick " for slash readers.
Though Holladay's plan to make Free Orchards into the county seat never materialized, Cornelius survives today as an agricultural town and, increasingly, as a suburb of Portland.
' Though he became increasingly dishevelled and fat in middle age, the young Fox had been a very fashionable figure ; in particular, he had been the leader of the ' Maccaroni ' set of extravagant young followers of Continental fashions.
Though she describes the hospital as a womb you can't get out of, she also explains the difficulties she had prior to being hospitalized and how the pressure increasingly got to her.
Though increasingly criticised ( for a review of the debate on the Three worlds of Welfare Capitalism see Art and Gelissen and Ferragina and Seeleib-Kaiser ), these classifications remain the most commonly used in distinguishing types of modern welfare states, and offer a solid starting point in such analysis.
Though the clans had always been a feature of pre-Christian Scotland and Ireland, they first emerged into English consciousness from the turmoil of the 12th and 13th centuries when the Scottish crown pacified northern rebellions and re-conquered areas taken by the Norse, and after the fall of Macbeth when the crown became increasingly Anglo-Norman.
Though the title and establishment of the roles and responsibilities of the Press Secretary job was still decades in the future, the small and growing White House staff was increasingly interacting with a growing number of professional journalists and mass media entities covering the President and the White House.
Though the later Tibetan views could be said to have evolved from the earlier Indian positions, the distinctions between the views became increasingly subtle, especially after Yogācāra incorporated the Mādhyamika view of the ultimate.
Though modern works assumed increasingly important stature in the repertoire, the Ballet continued to remain loyal to its classical roots as well, earning it the reputation as one of the finest corps of dancers in the world, incorporating foreign as well as native-born talent.
Though Wal-mart was barred from selling the private-label line developed by Loblaw in Canada, the two retailers eventually parted company as they increasingly became competitors in the Canadian marketplace.
Though Seeckt disliked Schleicher, he appreciated his political finesse and came to increasingly assign Schleicher tasks dealing with politicians
Though Russophobia was on the rise with the successive generations of company men, just as the trail was getting hot, it was also becoming increasingly difficult to send officers on clandestine missions of map making as the risk factors were too great.
Though he plans to depart for Massachusetts, Daniel's case of bladder stones increasingly worsens during this period.
Though men are the traditional performers ( exception made for the sworn virgins ), women have increasingly been taking part in epic balladry.
Though the future of the newspaper has long thought to be uncertain it has continued to survive in the increasingly competitive Irish newspaper market.
Though increasingly debated in academic circles, this approach has remained outside the range of official efforts to resolve the conflict as well as mainstream analysis, where it is eclipsed by the two-state solution.
Though he initially supported the war, Gilchrest's support waned as the occupation became increasingly violent, expressing his support for the Iraq Study Group Report and called on setting a timetable for withdrawal from Iraq.

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