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Thus Dürer contributed to the expansion in German prose which Martin Luther had begun with his translation of the Bible.
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Thus, a well-planned adobe wall of the appropriate thickness is very effective at controlling inside temperature through the wide daily fluctuations typical of desert climates, a factor which has contributed to its longevity as a building material.
Thus while Athens was increasing her navy with the funds they contributed, a revolt always found itself without enough resources or experienced leaders for war.
Thus, even systems which didn't use the EISA bus gained the advantage of having the ISA standardized, which contributed to its longevity.
Thus, both Carson and Armstrong ultimately contributed significantly to the science and technology of radio.
" Thus, sabermetrics attempts to answer objective questions about baseball, such as " which player on the Red Sox contributed the most to the team's offense?
Thus, by bringing large numbers of entrepreneurial adventurers to the region, the Gold Rush significantly contributed to the economic development of Western Canada, Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.
Thus the transition from the ' old ' traditions to the new Christian religion also contributed to the adoption of Greek words into the Coptic religious lexicon.
Thus after the unification under the Western Jin Dynasty an era of prosperity began as the relocated tribes adopted agriculture and contributed to the revival of the economy.
Thus, aboriginal hunting of both species may have contributed to the sea cow's disappearance from continental shorelines.
Thus Robert Bridges has contributed to phonetics and he was also a founder member of Society for Pure English.
Thus while European sailors had learned to put short chants to use for certain kinds of labor, the paradigm of a comprehensive system of developed work songs for most tasks may have been contributed by the direct involvement of or through the imitation of African-Americans.
Thus, it has been argued that the US intervention in Cambodia contributed to the eventual seizure of power by the Khmer Rouge, that grew from 14, 000 in number in 1970 to 70, 000 in 1975.
Thus it inevitably contributed to the strengthening of labor unions and of labor-vs-management conflict ( which was the opposite of any of Taylor's own hopes for labor relations ).
Thus, while Armstrong was never regarded as a true star, his steady leadership contributed to a huge string of success.
Thus, at the height of the McCarthy Era ( in the February 14, 1952 edition of the Journal of Philosophy ) Lovejoy stated that, since it was a " matter of empirical fact " that membership in the Communist Party contributed " to the triumph of a world-wide organization " which was opposed to " freedom of inquiry, of opinion and of teaching ," membership in the party constituted grounds for dismissal from academic positions.
Thus, the western territories contributed to making Wartislaw significantly independent from the Polish dukes.
Thus, “ the lewd and obscene, the profane, the libelous ,” and ( in this case ) insulting or “ fighting ” words neither contributed to the expression of ideas nor possessed any “ social value ” in the search for truth.
Thus to the Prussians, the battle was a strategic success, as it contributed to a decisive victory at Waterloo.
Thus, the Big Bad of one series contributed significantly to the defeat of the Big Bad of another series.
Thus, when Xerxes in 480 BC invaded Greece, Cyprus contributed 150 ships to the Persian military expedition.
Thus, aviation contributed to the establishment of a new industrial sector – offshore oil production.
Thus, his work greatly contributed not only to scientific techniques and study of these historically significant sites but also renewed public interest in the culture and mythology of ancient Greece.
Thus in 1921, Old World Traits Transplanted appeared by authors Robert E. Park and Herbert A. Miller, who had contributed only minor parts to the book, and it was not until 1951 that the book's authorship was re-credited to Thomas by a committee of the Social Science Research Council and reissued with its author's actual name.
Thus and expansion
Thus, he supported funding to the state to assist the expansion of the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad.
Thus, on January 16, 1997, the Diamondbacks were officially voted into the National League while their expansion counterparts in Tampa Bay were voted into the American League.
Thus, the capital of Kazakhstan lent its name to the Alma-Ata Declaration, in which eleven of the fifteen Soviet republics announced the expansion of the thirteen-day-old CIS.
Thus, the fundamental solution may be found by performing the continued fraction expansion and testing each successive convergent until a solution to Pell's equation is found.
Thus the conquest of actual infinity may be considered an expansion of our scientific horizon no less revolutionary than the Copernican system or than the theory of relativity, or even of quantum and nuclear physics.
where D denotes the continuum derivative operator, mapping f to its derivative f. The expansion is valid when both sides act on analytic functions, for sufficiently small h. Thus, T < sub > h </ sub >= e < sup > D </ sup >, and formally inverting the exponential yields
Thus a better understanding of the possible links between El Niño, Western Pacific Warm Pool, Indonesian Throughflow, wind pattern off western Australia, and ice volume expansion and contraction can be obtained by studying the behaviour of the LC during Quaternary at close stratigraphic intervals.
Thus, in the West, the notion of ethnicity, like race and nation, developed in the context of European colonial expansion, when mercantilism and capitalism were promoting global movements of populations at the same time that state boundaries were being more clearly and rigidly defined.
Thus the sonic boom associated with the passage of a supersonic aircraft is the sound wave resulting from the degradation and merging of the shock wave and the expansion wave produced by the aircraft.
Thus, in the early 1920s the growing University had to look for a more spacious campus as its original site at George Street, Brisbane has limited room for expansion.
Thus it can be understood that the Zulu Nation's adoption of " Factology vs Beliefs ," was an effort to reorganize the Nation to be more accessible by more people of even more different belief systems, due to the ever expansion of Hip Hop culture worldwide causing a bigger need for a much more universal Hip Hop preservation society.
Thus, the Ayyubids required Nubia to guarantee the protection of Aswan and Upper Egypt, but like their Fatimid predecessors, were discouraged from further expansion by the poverty of the region.
Thus, he wrote: " if 0 is interpreted as falsehood, 1 as truth, and other numbers in the interval 0-1 as the degrees of probability corresponding to various possibilities, a many-valued logic is obtained which is expansion of three-valued logic and differs from the latter in certain details.
Thus, the outcome of a full partial fraction expansion expresses that function as a sum of fractions, where:
Thus the network has registered a sevenfold growth since independence, with the focus of the expansion primarily in rural areas.
Thus, the basic method of navigation using Guide was the expansion button, in which a section was replaced when selected and in which an expansion would provide additional levels of detail.
Thus, for example, if a researcher were interested in US resistance to communist expansion as a theoretical focus, then the Korean War might be taken to be the subject, the lens, the case study through which the theoretical focus, the object, could be viewed and explicated.
Thus began the Commodore's rapid expansion into parts of Indochina, the Middle East and South Africa badged as the Chevrolet Lumina, to Brazil as the Chevrolet Omega 3. 8 V6, and later on with the Monaro to the United States, where it was sold by Pontiac under the GTO nameplate.