[permalink] [id link]
Through the ages it was called Stanahala in 1143, Stanhala in 1167 and Stonhal during Henry III's reign.
Some Related Sentences
Through and ages
Through the ages, various rabbinical authorities have classified the commandments in various other ways.
Through the ages, the study and teaching of rhetoric has adapted to the particular exigencies of the time and venue.
Through the ages, the seasonal harvesting of snow and ice was a regular practice of most of the ancient cultures: Chinese, Greeks, Romans, Persians.
Through the ages, Jain philosophers have adamantly rejected and opposed the concept of creator and omnipotent God and this has resulted in Jainism being labeled as nāstika darsana or atheist philosophy by the rival religious philosophies.
Through training at Go clubs, study groups, and practice games with Sai, he manages to become an insei and later a pro, meeting various dedicated Go players of different ages and styles along the way.
Through the ages, as the mahasiddha or ' great masters ' of the tantras hid themselves to escape the touch of the increasingly worldly people, these teachings were lost during the Kali Yuga or ' degenerate age '.
Through the ages several residents of Buckfastleigh families have earned a place in history, scholarship or commerce.
Through it all, Uncle Pio is faithfully devoted, but as Camila ages and has three children by the Viceroy she focuses on becoming a lady, not an actress.
Through the ages women have used different forms of menstrual protection .< ref name = autogenerated5 >
Through numerous programs the Youth and Education Department provides learning and activities for youth of all ages.
Through the ' Family Affair ' programme, children between the ages of 11 and 15 can attend Slimming World if accompanied by their parent or guardian.
Through the ages these elements have recurred in completely different types of buildings, constructed for various programs and under the patronage of a long succession of rulers.
Through these programs, the Institute is identifying young men and women between the ages of 30 and 45 who have already achieved a level of success and encouraging them to reach yet further.
" Through the ages, it has served many masters, including a madman out to atone for past sins through a genocidal crusade, and a friend of the madman who killed him and took the sword.
Through the Middle ages and Renaissance the tournament became popular, with jousting as a main event.
Through outreach programs this provides unique educational experiences and opportunities for personal enrichment and professional development for area students and residents of all ages.
Through the Children International Sponsorship Program, children ages 19 and under receive an annual medical checkup.
Through and was
Through his father, Alfred Nobel was a descendant of the Swedish scientist Olaus Rudbeck ( 1630 – 1702 ), and in his turn the boy was interested in engineering, particularly explosives, learning the basic principles from his father at a young age.
Through Nero, Agrippina was the paternal great-grandmother of Claudia Augusta, ( Nero's only child through his second marriage to Poppaea Sabina ).
Through his mother Antonia Major, Domitius was a great nephew of Augustus, first cousin to Claudius, and second cousin to Agrippina and Caligula.
Through Ealdred's intercession, Sweyn was restored to his earldom, which he had lost after abducting the abbess and murdering his brother Beorn.
Through the treachery of some Lucanian exiles, he was compelled to engage under unfavourable circumstances near Padosia, on the banks of the Acheron, and was killed by the hand of one of the exiles, as he was crossing the river.
Through his allies, Johnson maneuvered among the senators in an attempt to secure a favorable vote ; for example, a pledge was made to Sen. James W. Grimes to install a more highly respected War Secretary and to cease interference with Congress ' Reconstruction efforts.
Through his work in Vienna, he was given leave of absence for half the year in order to let him travel the world to collect musical information to include in his History of Music book.
Through a special " video-switch " the teacher was also able to see a copy of each students display on his own screen.
The form used in the Roman Rite included anointing of seven parts of the body while saying ( in Latin ): " Through this holy unction and His own most tender mercy may the Lord pardon thee whatever sins or faults thou hast committed deliquisti by sight hearing, smell, taste, touch, walking, carnal delectation ", the last phrase corresponding to the part of the body that was touched ; however, in the words of the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia, " the unction of the loins is generally, if not universally, omitted in English-speaking countries, and it is of course everywhere forbidden in case of women ".
An English translation of all three volumes, with notes, essays and appendices, was translated and edited by Rabbi Gordon Tucker, entitled Heavenly Torah: As Refracted Through the Generations.
Through this treaty, the Marathas controlled virtually the whole of India from their capital at Pune and Mughal rule was restricted only to Delhi ( the Mughals remained the nominal heads of Delhi ).
Through speaking engagements and fundraisers, he was able to raise $ 10 million toward her campaign.
Through the late nineteenth century, boxing or prizefighting was primarily a sport of dubious legitimacy.
Through his collection and analytical study of folk music, he was one of the founders of ethnomusicology.
Hole recorded their second album, Live Through This, in late 1993 in Atlanta and released it in April 1994, just four days after Love's husband, Kurt Cobain, was found dead of a self-inflicted shotgun wound in their home.
Meanwhile, Live Through This was an immense commercial and critical success, receiving rave reviews from major music periodicals and going certified gold.
Through the 1980s and 1990s, Jones was painting cartoon and parody art, sold through animation galleries by his daughter's company, Linda Jones Enterprises.
New Jersey rock critic Jim Testa wrote " Put a Bullet Through the Jukebox ", a vitriolic screed attacking disco that was considered a punk call to arms.
Although Kronecker had conceded, Hilbert would later respond to others ' similar criticisms that " many different constructions are subsumed under one fundamental idea " — in other words ( to quote Reid ): " Through a proof of existence, Hilbert had been able to obtain a construction "; " the proof " ( i. e. the symbols on the page ) was " the object ".