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Throughout much of the world, food is still so scarce that half of the earth's population has trouble getting the 1,600 calories a day necessary to sustain life.
Throughout his life, the man historians refer to as Augustus (;
Throughout her life, Agrippina always prized her descent from Augustus, upbraiding Tiberius for persecuting the blood of his predecessor ; Tacitus, in writing of the occasion, believed this behaviour to be part of the beginning of " the chain of events leading to Agrippina's end.
Throughout his life, Hopwood worked on a novel that he hoped would " expose " the strictures the commercial theater machine imposed on playwrights, but the manuscript was never published.
Throughout his life Whorf was a chemical engineer by profession, but as a young man he took up an interest in linguistics.
Throughout the life of the ST and Amiga platforms, a ferocious Atari-Commodore rivalry raged.
Throughout his life Hume, who never married, spent time occasionally at his family home at Ninewells by Chirnside, Berwickshire, which had belonged to his family since the sixteenth century.
Throughout his life, Kaye donated to various charities.
Throughout his life, he was offered many positions of honor and profit throughout the academic world but declined them all, preferring the uncertain but sufficient rewards of independent literary activity.
Throughout his life Orwell continually supported himself as a book reviewer, writing works so long and sophisticated they have had an influence on literary criticism.
Throughout the rest of his life, Marx would overcome his lack of formal education by becoming very well-read.
Throughout his life Gregory faced stark choices.
Throughout her life, she continued to have many visions, and in 1141, at the age of 42, Hildegard received a vision she believed to be an instruction from God, to " write down that which you see and hear.
Throughout his life, Baldung painted numerous portraits, known for their sharp characterizations.
Throughout its life cycle, an IFV is expected to gain 30 % more weight from armour additions.
Throughout his life, he always preferred reading in seclusion to social engagements, and several times had to be pressured by others to remain in public service.
Throughout his life he felt inadequate and socially awkward because of his depression, and was constantly bothered by his physical appearance.
Throughout the rest of his life in Geneva, he maintained several friendships from his early years including Montmor, Cordier, Cop, Farel, Melanchthon and Bullinger.
Throughout his life, he generally signed his books " Jean Jacques Rousseau, Citizen of Geneva ".
Throughout his life, he was not financially solvent, and his wife's poor health made matters worse.
Throughout his life he had enjoyed excessive living, and his drinking probably hastened his death, which occurred in London on 20 June 1787.
Throughout his life, all of his works were infused with the belief that Judaism and Jewish history could not be understood properly without a firm grasp of Halakhah.
Throughout the novel, Susan attempts ( not always successfully ) to find and maintain a meaning to life outside of work.
Throughout his life, Smith claimed to have been visited by a number of angels.
Throughout his life, Paganini was no stranger to chronic illnesses.

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" Throughout the fight, which never let down in its intensity during the whole fray, Chick took the aggressive, with the Count playing along easily and, on the whole, more musically scientifically.
Throughout the film there are references to the Book of Exodus 8: 2 " And if thou refuse to let them go, behold, I will smite all thy borders with frogs.
Throughout, let A be a ring.
Throughout her years of filmmaking, she has been able to address many points that are significant to women: “ abortion, contraception, the situation of women at work, spousal abuse, and traditional female role .” She continues today with her work, unafraid to let her thoughts be heard and her artistic vision seen by the world.
Throughout the 2007 – 08 season, it had been rumored that Cassell would get bought out of his contract with the Clippers, especially after they let the trade deadline pass without dealing him.
Throughout the cooking, do some testing from time to time and, as the Gourmet Cookbook puts it, “ correct seasoning .” When you ’ ve got it right, let it set for several hours.

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Throughout `` The Making Of A President '' Mr. White shows wonderfully well how the pressures pile up on candidates, how decisions have constantly to be made, how fatigue and illness and nervous strain wear candidates down, how subordinates play key roles.
Throughout the 18th century in France, a new wealthy and influential middle-class was beginning to rise, even though the royalty and nobility continued to be patrons of the arts.
Throughout the 1930s, Hitler had ordered rearmament program that cannot be considered limited.
Throughout the series several planets and space stations are all shown to be remade in the Earth ’ s image.
Throughout the years, the Cowboys ' blue jersey has been popularly viewed to be " jinxed " because the team often seemed to lose when they wore them.
This continued to be his preference despite the armistice with Korea, Throughout his terms Eisenhower took a hard-line attitude toward China, as demanded by conservative Republicans, with the goal of driving a wedge between China and the Soviet Union.
Throughout the 1980s and ' 90s, Young promised fans a follow-up to the original Decade collection, provisionally titled Decade II ; eventually, this idea was scrapped in favor of a much more comprehensive anthology to be titled Archives, spanning his entire career and ranging in size from a box set to an entire series of audio and / or video releases.
In 1955, Bob Casey, a well-known " sock hop " DJ, brought the two-turntable system to the U. S. Throughout the 1950s, payola continued to be a problem and one result of the payola scandal was tighter control of the music by station management.
Throughout history, the Britannica has had two aims: to be an excellent reference book and to provide educational material.
Throughout the 1960s and early to mid-1970s, American scholar Bertrand Harris Bronson published an exhaustive, four-volume collection of the then-known variations of both the texts and tunes associated with what came to be known as the Child Canon.
Throughout the entire series, Unus the Untouchable and his squadron of mutants remain a problem ; they don't wish to be part of Xavier's group.
Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, the ROC government on Taiwan maintained itself to be the legitimate ruler of Mainland China.
Throughout the 1910s and 1920s, Pickford was believed to be the most famous woman in the world, or, as a silent-film journalist described her, " the best known woman who has ever lived, the woman who was known to more people and loved by more people than any other woman that has been in all history.
Throughout its pages the author attempts to demonstrate that the number five and the related Quincunx pattern can be found throughout the arts, in design, and in nature – particularly botany.
Throughout a great and open area, not only will there be a greater chance of favourable variations, arising from the large number of individuals of the same species there supported, but the conditions of life are much more complex from the large number of already existing species ; and if some of these species become modified and improved, others will have to be improved in a corresponding degree, or they will be exterminated.
Throughout its history, Rhodesia continued to be referred to by the British, who did not recognise the state, as " Southern Rhodesia ".
Throughout the Cold War, this right was widely considered to be meaningless ; however, the corresponding Article 72 of the 1977 Constitution was used in December 1991 to effectively dissolve the Soviet Union, when Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus seceded from the Union.
Throughout the show's run, there was extensive Internet speculation as to whether the theme song and opening credits would be changed.
Throughout the twentieth century, Stonehenge began to be revived as a place of religious significance, this time by adherents of Neopagan and New Age beliefs, particularly the Neo-druids: the historian Ronald Hutton would later remark that " it was a great, and potentially uncomfortable, irony that modern Druids had arrived at Stonehenge just as archaeologists were evicting the ancient Druids from it.

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