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Through the centuries, the area was increasingly silted and flooding ceased, thus by early classical times the land passage was made safe.
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Through previous centuries, eating changed by nearly imperceptible degrees, and mostly toward just getting enough.
Through centuries of international convention, this has become the dominant rule to identifying an emperor in the modern era.
Through the 18th and 19th centuries, individual theologians ( Bianchi in 1768, H. Klee in 1835, Caron in 1855, H. Schell in 1893 ) continued to formulate theories of how children who died unbaptised might still be saved.
Through the 17th and 18th centuries the island was a popular haunt for smugglers avoiding the British government's revenue cutters out of Plymouth and Falmouth.
Through the centuries since and up until the 19th century, brewing was mostly a matter of production for household needs.
Through succeeding centuries and empires, the balance between the ulema and the rulers shifted and reformed, but the balance of power was never decisively changed.
( Through an accident of naming, the term " Tocharian " now commonly refers to a branch of Indo-European languages spoken in the Tarim Basin between the 3rd and 9th centuries AD, and quite distinct from the Bactrian language spoken by the Tókharoi.
Through the centuries of Assyrian domination, Babylonia enjoyed a prominent status, or revolted at the slightest indication that it did not.
Through the 17th and into the 18th centuries, Jansenism was a distinct movement within the Catholic Church.
Through the centuries, " cabbage " and its derivatives have been used as slang for numerous items, occupations and activities.
Through the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, Lewes developed as the county town of East Sussex, expanding beyond the line of the town wall.
Through the centuries, some Christians have practiced these voluntary penances as a way of imitating Jesus who, according to the New Testament, voluntarily accepted the sufferings of his passion and death on the cross at Calvary in order to redeem humankind.
Through the late 19th and early 20th centuries the area around the city was mainly divided into farms and cattle ranches.
Through the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, the number of Selectmen was not set in law, and therefore varied, sometimes greatly.
Through the centuries the town has filled the role of commercial centre, principal town in the duchy of Guelders and since 1559 it has served as the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Roermond.
Through the 19th and 20th centuries, Exeter began to grow due to the need for connections, between the city of Reading, Oley, Boyertown, Birdsboro, and King of Prussia.
Through his four daughters Eliezer became the ancestor of several learned families which exerted a great influence upon religious life in the subsequent centuries.
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.
Through the centuries, Cham culture and society were influenced by forces emanating from Cambodia, China, Java and India amongst others.
Through the repeated purges and the elimination of the historical posts, Hongwu fundamentally altered the centuries old government structure of China, greatly increasing the emperor's absolutism.
Through the 17th and early 18th centuries, the French, Dutch, Portuguese, and English had vied for control of various trading posts, and for trading rights and favour with local Indian rulers.
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Through use of the DLINE statement, a means is provided for specifying both the editing of fields to be inserted in a print line area and the layout of the area itself.
Through mid-March 1944, only 4 of the 26 successful Blizna launches had satisfactorily reached the Sarnaki target area due to in-flight breakup ( Luftzerleger ) on entry into the atmosphere.
Through the early Middle Ages, the northern part of present-day Belgium ( now commonly referred to as Flanders ) had become an overwhelmingly Germanized and Germanic language-speaking area, whereas in the southern part people had continued to be Roman and spoke derivatives of Vulgar Latin.
Through a variety of measures the area's air quality was improved and in 2002 the EPA designated the area in compliance with all federal health-based air quality standards.
Through a window that overlooks the restaurant / theater area, Horace operates the lights, the loudspeakers and various record players ( for example, DVD or VHS players ) to show cartoons at Minnie's direction.
Through intentional omission of law, the US Congress deliberately cancelled all elections since 1801, removing the voting and election traditions that preceded Congress in the area converted into the National Capital.
Through the gradual and eventual domestication of native grains from the Zagros foothills and extensive irrigation techniques, the area supported a vast variety of edible vegetation.
Through a series of natural treatment processes – including the use of Eichhornia crassipes and other plants for absorbing oil, grease and heavy metals – the Cooperative has turned the area into a thriving fish farm and nature park.
Through using this technology, satellite images were taken over a large geographic area and extended period.
Through its development, the part of Jacksonville Beach north of 20th Avenue North was sparsely populated, with a brick road ( First Street ) connecting the more populated southern area with Atlantic Beach.
Through automatic aid agreements with the surrounding area, the Village receives optimal emergency service.
Through local efforts and federal funding, a Community Center, Activities Center, and Library have been added to the downtown area ( see section on " History " below ).
Through its history, the area was known as Hoppingtown, Broomtown, Columbia, Afton, and finally Florham Park.
Through this consortium residents of Long Hill Township have access to library materials at 37 area libraries.
Through a series of events between the residents of Stockholm and the railroad, the area eventually changed the name from Snufftown to Stockholm.
Davis observed that at Casa Colorada his party “ struck a young desert, an excellent pocket edition of the great African Zahara, over which we journeyed for about four miles .” Through the area north of “ La Hoya ” the sand made travel difficult and the land barren with the exception of “ occasional small patches in some of the valleys close to the river ” ( Davis 1938: 200 ).
Through the nineteenth century, as College Hill to the south and Mount Healthy to the north matured into towns, the area that was to become North College Hill remained largely farmland.