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Through the splash of the rising waters, they could hear the roar of the river as it raged through its canyon, gnashing big chunks out of the banks.
Through trade and travel across the seas the American Merchant Marine is carrying out its historic mission of linking the United States of America with friendly nations across the seas ; ;
Through Amos, God tells the people that he is going to judge Israel for its sins, and it will be a foreign nation that will enact his judgment.
Through the Internet, a movement began to develop in opposition to the doctrines of neoliberalism which were widely manifested in the 1990s when the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ( OECD ) proposed liberalisation of cross-border investment and trade restrictions through its Multilateral Agreement on Investment ( MAI ).
Through its song-setting the poetry became closely associated with that era, and with Shropshire itself.
3 ) Through direct sampling, estimate the genetic diversity of the captive bongo population and calculate its relatedness with the remaining isolated wild populations.
Through constant motion, the blitzkrieg attempts to keep its enemy off-balance, making it difficult to respond effectively at any given point before the front has already moved on.
Through its purported connections to the June 1914 assassination in Sarajevo of Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria, the Black Hand may have been one of the principal catalysts to the start of World War I, fueling the July Crisis of 1914 and giving Austria-Hungary a pretext to invade Serbia.
Through Chile ’ s trade agreements, its agricultural products have gained access to a market controlling 77 % of the world ’ s GDP and by approximately 2012, 74 % of Chilean agribusiness exports will be duty free.
Through the reputation of its venerable founder and its position as a major European centre of learning, Columba's Iona became a place of pilgrimage.
Through his writings the intellectual and physical struggles of first-through third-generation Puritans created an elevated appraisal in the minds of Americans about its appointed place among other nations.
Through cross-examinations, the TAT exhibits a tendency toward chauvinistic stimuli for its questions and has the “ potential for unfavorable clinical evaluation ” for women.
Through repeated applications of this method, the reactive mind could be " cleared " of its content having outlived its usefulness in the process of evolution ; a person who has completed this process would be " Clear ".
Through its discount and credit operations, Reserve Banks provide liquidity to banks to meet short-term needs stemming from seasonal fluctuations in deposits or unexpected withdrawals.
Through marriage, the County of Flanders was joined with most of the rest of the Low Countries around 1400 AD, and it lost its independence.
Through the use of special effects and excessive blood and guts, they tend to display an overt interest in the vulnerability of the human body and the theatricality of its mutilation.
Through this activity and others such as surveillance of its members ' economies and policies, the IMF works to improve the economies of its member countries.
Through bribes, diplomacy, and manipulation of weak native rulers, the company prospered in India, where it became the most powerful political force, and outrivaled its Portuguese, and French competitors.
Through their letters, Tycho and Kepler discussed a broad range of astronomical problems, dwelling on lunar phenomena and Copernican theory ( particularly its theological viability ).
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Through meditation, and various esoteric practices, such as Kundalini Yoga, Sahaja Yoga, and Kriya Yoga, the kundalini is awakened, and can rise up from the muladhara chakra through the central nadi, called sushumna, inside or alongside the spine and reaches the top of the head.
Through spending more time than usual in prayer and meditation on the Holy Scripture and the Holy Traditions of the Church, the believer in Christ becomes through the grace of God more godlike.
Padre Pio, who was devoted to the rosary, said: " Through the study of books one seeks God ; by meditation one finds him.
Through moral rectitude and the practice of meditation, practitioners of Falun Gong aspire to better health and, ultimately, spiritual enlightenment.
Through meditation, the yogi attempts to unite this drop with the red bodhicitta in the navel, and to experience the union of emptiness and bliss.
Through restraint ( yama ) such as celibacy, abstaining from intoxicants, and careful attention to one's actions ( niyama ) of body, speech and mind, the human being becomes more fit to practice meditation.
Through meditation and correctly repeating the virtue's Mantra one to three times at the shrine, the player gains insight and ultimately enlightenment in the virtue.
Through positive actions, pure thoughts, prayer, mantras and meditation, we can resolve the influence of karma in the present life and turn our destiny for the better.
Chögyam Trungpa coined the term spiritual materialism with his book Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism from talks explaining Buddhism given while opening the Karma Dzong meditation center in Boulder, Colorado.
Through cultivating in union the wisdom realizing emptiness and the special Bodhisattva attitude, the altruistic mind of enlightenment, and through accompanying these practices with the six perfections ( phar phyin, pāramitā )-giving ( sbyin pa, dāna ), ethics ( tshul khrims, śīla ), patience ( bzod pa, kṣānti ), effort ( brtson grus, vīrya ), concentration ( bsam gtan, dhyāna ), and wisdom ( she rab, prajñā )-he ascended the five paths ( lam, mārga )-the paths of accumulation ( tshogs lam, saṃbhāramārga ), preparation ( prayogamārga, sbyor lam ), seeing ( mthong lam, darśanamārga ), meditation ( sgom lam, bhāvanāmārga ), and no more learning ( mi slob lam, aśaikṣamārga )-and the ten grounds ( sa, bhūmi ) and completed the collections of merit ( bsod nams, puṇya ) and exalted wisdom ( ye shes, jñāna ).
Through mindfulness and seated meditation, practitioners reflect on themselves and resolve to practice harmony, gratitude, kindness, and acceptance.
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Through contact centres, valuable information about company are routed to appropriate people, contacts to be tracked and data to be gathered.
Through the use of swap centres, the exchange rate was brought to realistic levels and the dual track currency system was abolished.
Through the engravings by the " School of Fontainebleau " this new style was transmitted to other northern European centres, Antwerp especially, and Germany, and eventually London.
Through the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial, established by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. in 1918 and named after his mother, the family shifted the focus of philanthropy into the social sciences, stimulating the founding of university research centres and creating the Social Science Research Council.
Through Severstal: Sponsor of the Bolshoi Theatre ; sponsor of the Mariinsky Theatre ; sponsor of the Tretyakov Gallery ; sponsor of the Russian Museum ; sponsor of the Museum of Frescoes by Dionisius ; sponsor of the Sergei Andriaka Watercolour School ; sponsor of the Moscow International Film Festival ; sponsor of the Road Back Home charity for homeless children ; sponsor of the " Severstal Cherepovets " super-league ice-hockey team ; sponsor of the Dynamo ( Moscow ) Women ’ s Volleyball Club ; sponsor of the Russian national male chess team ; sponsor of over 20 Russian sports facilities including sports stadiums, ice rings, heated football fields and athletic centres.
Through the 1870s, work on a line from Christchurch to northern centres in Canterbury was undertaken, with a line through Kaiapoi, Rangiora, and Amberley reaching Waipara in 1880, and at the other end, a line linking Blenheim and Picton opened in 1875.
Through a series of mergers over a period of 12 years, it has over 20, 000 students a year in six locations, with a wide network of outreach centres throughout Warwickshire and one in Worcestershire, making it one of the largest General Further Education ( GFE ) colleges in the country.