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Though and fact
Though the name came to be commonly used to refer to the whole of southern Mesopotamia, Chaldea proper was in fact the vast plain in the far south east formed by the deposits of the Euphrates and the Tigris, extending to about four hundred miles along the course of these rivers, and about a hundred miles in average width.
Though the TeX typesetting language has an equivalent, the CTAN ( and in fact the CPAN's name is based on the CTAN ), few languages have an exhaustive central repository for libraries.
Though it typically may be expected that operational requirements are automatically met by a DBMS, in fact it is not so in most of the cases: To be met substantial work of design and tuning is typically needed by database administrators.
Though violations may be common in fact, states try to avoid the appearance of having disregarded international obligations.
Though much has been made of the fact that Lindh did meet Osama bin Laden, his association with bin Laden was only a passing encounter and not an affiliation.
Though its existence was accepted as scientific fact at the time, it was not to be found.
Though many of his autobiographical statements have been proven to be fictitious, the Church rejects any suggestion that its account of Hubbard's life is not historical fact.
Though the influence of his mother's Calvinist religiosity is evident throughout Weber's life and work, and though he maintained a deep, lifelong interest in the study of religions, Weber was open about the fact that he was personally irreligious.
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 supposed to rule only in the absence of the king, it is in fact the first step towards independence from Spain, and is commemorated as such.
Though Vesalius ' work was not the first such work based on actual autopsy, nor even the first work of this era, the production values, highly detailed and intricate plates, and the fact that the artists who produced it were clearly present at the dissections themselves made it into an instant classic.
Though sometimes considered in conjunction with the earth sciences, due to the independent development of its concepts, techniques and practices and also the fact of it having a wide range of sub disciplines under its wing, the atmospheric science is also considered a separate branch of natural science.
As Catherine the Great ’ s advisor Potemkin posited, this adoration was due to the fact that she wasthe only woman who looked truly fine, and completely a man … As she was tall and powerful, male attire suited her .” Though the balls were by far her most personally beloved and lavish events, Elizabeth often threw children ’ s birthday parties and wedding receptions for those affiliated with her Court, going so far as to provide dowries for each of her ladies-in-waiting.
Though neither side intended to start a nuclear war, and, in fact, were extremely concerned about the possibility of it, neither side adopted strategies to calm things down, so sure were they of their adversaries ' bad faith.
Though William's complicity in the lynching has never been proved ( and some 19th-century Dutch historians have made an effort to disprove that he was an accessory before the fact ) he thwarted attempts to prosecute the ringleaders, and even rewarded some, like Hendrik Verhoeff, with money, and others, like Johan van Banchem and Johan Kievit, with high offices.
Though critics faulted ... The Patriot for attributing actions to the hated British Legion that were in fact those of the SS in WWII, Edgar ( History / Univ.
Though many have read the play as having a strong anti-Nazi sentiment, the fact that the Vichy Regime allowed the piece to be performed without censure testifies to the fact that it was potentially seen as supportive of the occupation in its time.
Though LeMay is sometimes publicly credited with the success of the Berlin Airlift, it was, in fact, instigated by General Lucius D. Clay when General Clay called LeMay about the problem.
Though the school included highly distinct musical personalities ( the styles of Berg and Webern are in fact very different from each other, and from Schoenberg — for example, only the works of Webern conform to the rule stated by Schoenberg that only a single row be used throughout all movements of a composition — while Gerhard and Skalkottas were closely involved with the folk music of their respective countries ) the impression of cohesiveness was enhanced by the literary efforts of some of its members.
Though his character of Barney Greenwald was supposed to be Jewish ( a fact made relevant in the book but not in the film ), Ferrer himself was not.
Though known today for his dozen-or-so bank robberies, Barrow in fact preferred to rob small stores or rural gas stations.
Though Zamora was gay, he chose to not make that explicit point to school children, preferring to emphasize to them that he got the disease through unprotected sex, so as to underscore the fact that both homosexuals and heterosexuals could contract HIV.

Though and lunar
Though the essay did not earn him a place in Ferdinand's court, it did detail a new method for measuring lunar eclipses, which he applied during the July 10 eclipse in Graz.
Though the British rewarded John Harrison for his marine chronometer in 1773, chronometers remained very expensive and the lunar distance method continued to be used for decades.
Though marked along the zodiac, they are defined by the movement of the Moon in a lunar month rather than the Sun in a solar year.

Though and orbit
Though take-off was smooth, the mission was a disaster, with severe damage of the engine preventing docking in orbit to Salyut 6 orbital station as it was initially planned.
Though first in alphabetical order, it is the eighth member of the Concourse in orbit around Rigel.

Though and was
Though only a relatively short walk separated it from my own part of town, its character was wholly foreign to me.
Though the slave's dying words about the woman troubled the coroner's panel, Dandy's accusation was adjudged an aberration by the jury and disregarded.
Though the four boys and two girls, the youngest nineteen years of age, the oldest twenty-four, came from varying backgrounds and had different professional and personal interests, there was surprising agreement among them.
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 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 she did not then know its name, this strange new fruit was a banana.
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 Catherine was vexed at the number of French officers streaming to the Turkish standard, there were several under her own, such as the Prince De Nassau ; ;
Though Garibaldi's fight was small shakes compared to Pickett's Charge -- which, like all Southerners, I view in almost Miltonic terms, fallen angels, etc. -- I associated the two.
Though it was a great relief when the big brains on these shows turned out to be frauds and phonies, it did irreparable damage to the ego of the editor and many another intelligent, well-informed American.
Though the pain was considerable Michelangelo was not too concerned.
Though little democracy had ever been practised in this region, and much of it was still ruled by feudalistic means, it was taken for granted that at least the forms of Western democracy would be established in this area and Western capitalism preserved within it.
Though there was an occasional good-natured chuckle about Marvin Goulding, the Jewish officer from Chicago, singing tearfully about the ould sod, no one really thought it was strange.
Though the slightest yank was frequently capable of producin' results, many men assured success through a turn of the tail 'bout the saddle horn, supplemented sometimes, in the case of cattle, by a downward heave of the rider's leg upon the strainin' tail.
Though President John F. Kennedy was primarily concerned with the crucial problems of Berlin and disarmament adviser McCloy's unexpected report from Khrushchev, his new enthusiasm and reliance on personal diplomacy involved him in other key problems of U.S. foreign policy last week.
Though the reference to race was stricken by the association in 1950, being an agent of such `` detrimental '' influences still appears as the cardinal sin realtors see themselves committed to avoid.
Though he was glad she got on well with his young folks, she ought to be welcome at the finest house in the land, too.
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 a world championship match between Karpov and Fischer was highly anticipated, those hopes were never realised.
Though Carrel was skeptical about meeting with a priest Presse ended up having a profound influence on the rest of Carrel's life.
Though the team did not win, the urn containing the ashes was sent ( could mean presented ) to him just before leaving Melbourne .”
Though the only accounts of his lectures seem to show a sort of eccentric style and approach, he was said to have been good friends with many other masters at the school in Paris, and taught there, as well as some time in southern France, into his old age.

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