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Through his vigilant watch he is also the guardian of public oaths and compacts and the guarantor of good faith in the State cult.
As a traveler in Spain, Italy, and Russia, the Frenchman Marquis de Custine said in his widely read book Empire of the Czar: A Journey Through Eternal Russia that, inside, Nicholas was a good person, and behaved as he did only because he believed he had to.
Through the process of Li's Fa rectification, life will be reordered according to the moral and spiritual quality of each, with good people being saved and ascending to higher spiritual planes, and bad ones being eliminated or cast down.
Through fighting, Yongle learned to appreciate the importance of cavalry in battle and eventually began spending much of his resources to keep horses in good supply.
Through his work with the Institute, Céline had come into contact, and good standing, with Monsieur Follet, the director of the medical school in Rennes.
Through most of its history relatively good relations between Protestants and Catholics were maintained by almost equal numbers from both communities.
Through the first part of the 20th century, Hertford thrived as a lumber town, making good use of the nearby river.
Through the 17th and 18th centuries, European travellers and botanists visiting the Cederberg region in South Africa commented on the profusion of " good plants " for curative purposes.
Clough is perhaps best known now for his short poems Say Not the Struggle Naught Availeth, a rousing call to tired soldiers to keep up the good fight, Through a Glass Darkly, an exploration of religious doubt, and The Latest Decalogue, a satirical take on the Ten Commandments.
Through this experience, he learnt to sympathise with the struggles of the poor, and when his good fortune returned, he resolved to devote his time to improving their condition.
Throughout the song " Through Heaven's Eyes " she and Moses are shown as becoming good friends and eventually falling in love.
Through a good part of the late 1980s and most of the 1990s, some of the most cutting-edge typefaces were developed or released by Emigre.
Through the mouths of the dark characters of Hamlet, Timon, Lear, and Iago, he craftily says, or sometimes insinuates the things, which we feel to be so terrifically true, that it were all but madness for any good man, in his own proper character, to utter, or even hint of them.
Through humanistic therapy, an understanding of the present allows children to add positive experiences into their real self concept and continued their good behavior.
Through the influence of communicative language teaching, it has become widely accepted that communicative competence should be the goal of language education, central to good classroom practice.
Through " vertical consolidation " these trusts were able to control each aspect of the production of a specific good, ensuring that the profits made on the finished product were maximized, and by controlling access to the raw materials, prevented opponents from entering the marketplace.
Through the course of the series, Jaye undergoes a subtle, yet discernible personality shift, as the good deeds she unwillingly performs begins to affect the way she perceives the world around her.
Through the improvement of its infrastructure, such as the library, the stadium, and auditorium, the university works hard to provide students with a good learning environment and to improved the living community.
Through his diaries, he recounts his struggle to remain pure and good, despite continually relapsing into what he viewed as man's natural depravity.
Through repeated experience with good enough parenting, the internal image that the child has of external others, that is the child's internal object, is modified by experience and the image transforms, merging experiences of good and bad which becomes more similar to the real object ( e. g. the mother, who can be both good and bad ).
Through and times
Through this period, Macs had about 2 to 3 times as many clients connected to the Internet as any other platform, despite the relatively small overall marketshare.
Through the rest of the decade, the team made the playoffs every year, and reached the Finals three more times.
" Through this canyon the Marañón leaps along, at times, at the rate of 20 km / h ( 12 miles an hour ).
" Through this dark canyon the Marañón leaps along, at times, at the rate of 12 miles an hour ( 20 km / h ).
Through interviews with the FBI, it was discovered that Awlaki had previously met Nawaf al-Hazmi several times while the two lived in San Diego.
Through the media and the works of FSLN leaders such as Carlos Fonseca, the life and times of Augusto César Sandino became the unique symbol of this revolutionary force in Nicaragua.
Through a number of incidents, including Jean having Wolverine kill her a number of times, Jean trapping herself in a glacier, the Phoenix Force jumping into Emma Frost, and parts of the X-Men being trapped in a Shi ' Ar-generated event horizon, Jean Grey managed to assert herself and gain control of the Phoenix Force, with emotional support of all the X-Men.
( The right to carry wands at all times was granted during the height of wizard and witch persecution by Muggles, according to Quidditch Through the Ages ).
Through the centuries, the area was increasingly silted and flooding ceased, thus by early classical times the land passage was made safe.
Through the course of the years the logo of the TU Delft changed a number of times, along with its official name.
Through the years, many businesses have come and gone in Pea Ridge, such as the Pea Ridge Canning Company, which for long years canned tomatoes under various brands, supplying some local families a cash income during lean times.
* Leinster states and kings in Christian times pp. 33 – 52, The Ua Maelechlainn kings of Meath, pp. 90 – 107, Christian kings of Connacht, pp. 177 – 194, Paul Walsh, in Irish Leaders and Learning Through the Ages, ed.
Through 1936, it published nearly three times as many titles as did Edward Titus through his Black Manikin Press.
She shows an increasing reluctance to sing nowadays, though there have been two returns to the recording studio in recent times ; during 1993 Black released Through the Years, an album of new material featuring a number of duets with Dusty Springfield, Cliff Richard and Barry Manilow.
Through the efforts of Bishop Gardiner on his return to England, this office he likewise discharged to Queen Mary with a pension of £ 20 a year, and then to Elizabeth — a testimony to his tact and caution in those changeful times.
Historian Avril Cameron explains what the Council of Chalcedon meant in greater detail, " It developed and clarified the creed of Nicaea, according to which God was Father, Son and Holy Spirit, by further proclaiming that Christ was at all times after the Incarnation fully God and fully human ..." Through both councils, Pulcheria devoted the last years of her life to the idea that she was the Theotokos, and had three churches in Constantinople dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
Through the remainder of the 19th century, the United States landed troops several times to preserve the railway connection.
Through these establishments, they were immersed among the Chinese, whereas the Xianbei who followed Tuyühu Khan preserved their language and culture until the present times.
Through the times, Zlín's public transport, now owned by DSZO ( Transportation Company Zlin & Otrokovice ), was one of the fastest growing public transportation network in the Czech Republic.
Through an innovative design-build concept that greatly reduced construction times, T-REX was finished in less than five years, and came in under budget.
That is: “ Through the books which we have, we know the deeds of the ancients and of times long passed.
J. Vernon McGee of the Through the Bible radio program may be the best exemplar of the purely expository method of preaching in modern American times.
Through the end of the Hundred Years ' War, the kings of England at various times ruled Aumale, through their claims to be dukes of Normandy and later, kings of France.
Through the chamber music medium Goehr gains an unprecedented rhythmic and harmonic immediacy, while his music remains ever permeable by the music and imagery of other times and places: the Piano Quintet ( 2000 ) and the Fantasie for cello and piano ( 2005 ) are haunted by rich sonorities of a thoroughly Ravel-like quality.