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Thus and Marc
Thus, he explains how the judicial model of early historiography made it focus on easily verifiable facts, resulting in studies that centered on individuals or on what Lucien Febvre and Marc Bloch called in the Annales d ' histoire économique et sociale an " evenemential history.
Thus, Dominique de Villepin is Dominique Galouzeau de Villepin ; Hélie de Saint Marc is Hélie Denoix de Saint Marc ( in both cases, omitting second or other given names ).

Thus and considered
Thus, an algorithm can be considered to be any sequence of operations that can be simulated by a Turing-complete system.
Thus, the impact of refusing a sacrifice need not be considered in your strategy.
Thus, in the Hindu schools, if a claim was made that could not be substantiated by appeal to the textual canon, it would be considered as ridiculous as a claim that the sky was green and, conversely, a claim which could not be substantiated via conventional means might still be justified through textual reference, differentiating this from the epistemology of modern science.
Thus, only Division I wins ( whether FBS, FCS, or FCS non scholarship ) are considered for playoff selection.
Thus e. g. an O atom with only one Si bond ( a dangling bond ) can be considered a defect in silica.
Thus, if an emerald has no visible inclusions to the eye ( assuming normal visual acuity ) it is considered flawless.
Thus Eos, preceded by the Morning Star, is seen as the genetrix of all the stars and planets ; her tears are considered to have created the morning dew, personified as Ersa or Herse.
Thus, it was not until two centuries had passed that in 1872 Karl Weierstrass presented the first definition of a function with a graph that would today be considered fractal, having the non-intuitive property of being everywhere continuous but nowhere differentiable.
Thus, a Good attribute is considered to be Great if you were to roll two plus sides, one minus side, and one blank — the minus side cancels out one of the plus sides and the remaining plus side raises the result by one step.
Thus, for example, if we can obtain a decomposition of into a hierarchical composition of functions such that,,, as shown in the figure at right, this would probably be considered a highly valuable decomposition.
Thus, an ionic bond is considered a bond where the ionic character is greater than the covalent character.
Thus, an ionic bond is considered a bond where the ionic character is greater than the covalent character.
Thus a Jew who claims to be an atheist or converts to another religion is still considered by traditional Judaism to be Jewish.
Thus, everything in the universe can be considered to be moving.
Thus, the events of previous stories are considered to have happened within a certain number of years prior to the publishing date of the current issue.
Thus non-standard language varieties ( such as African American Vernacular English ) are considered to be natural while standard language varieties ( such as Standard American English ) which are more prescribed can be considered to be at least somewhat artificial or constructed.
Thus, bagels, waffles and pancakes made with baking soda and matzo meal are considered permissible, while bagels made with sourdough and pancakes and waffles made with yeast are prohibited.
Thus, Wittgenstein argues, if we can talk about something, then it is not private, in the sense considered.
Thus a is considered to be a parameter: it is less variable than the variable x or y, but it is not an explicit constant like the exponent 2.
Thus, Plato considered any speech of lengthy prose aimed at flattery as within the scope of rhetoric.
Thus, radon is considered a significant contaminant that affects indoor air quality worldwide.
Thus simple machines are considered to be the " building blocks " of more complicated machines.
Thus, the 49ers may be considered the only team to have won the Super Bowl at home.
Thus, a tax on the sale of property would be considered an indirect tax, whereas the tax on simply owning the property itself would be a direct tax.

Thus and French
Thus the French crown passed from the House of Capet after the death of Charles IV to Philip VI of France of the House of Valois, a cadet branch of the Capetian dynasty,
Thus short-handed, Kidd sailed for New York City, capturing a French vessel en route ( which was legal under the terms of his commission ).
Thus, on April 28, 2006, after the unofficial repeal of the French First Employment Contract ( CPE ), the Longjumeau ( Essonne ) conseil des prud ' hommes ( labour law court ) judged the New Employment Contract ( CNE ) contrary to international law, and therefore " illegitimate " and " without any juridical value ".
Thus, French philosophers Félix Guattari and Gilles Deleuze signed in November 1977 L ' Appel des intellectuels français contre la répression en Italie ( The Call of French Intellectuals Against Repression in Italy ) in protest against Negri's imprisonment and Italian anti-terrorism legislation.
Thus, the United States entered into a ten-year war in Vietnam, taking over from French colonialists, and supported Portugal in its attempts to hold on to Angola.
Thus, Wimbledon, the US Open, the French Open, and the Australian Open ( dating to 1905 ) became and have remained the most prestigious events in tennis.
Thus, the combination of poor harvests, the hardships of the peasants, high taxes, lack of representation of the people, and kingly ineptitude are among the causes of the French Revolution.
It is commonly understood and used as a mild derogatory term against " white " people ; Thus, it is not uncommon to see Korean people calling white people such as French or Swedish " Yankee ( s )".
Thus, the bolt carrier itself functions as a piston as in the French MAS 49 and 49-56 rifles.
Thus, in the beginning of the 18th century, a French travel writer, the Baron de Lahontan, who had actually lived among the Huron Indians, put potentially dangerously radical Deist and egalitarian arguments in the mouth of a Canadian Indian, Adario, who was perhaps the most striking and significant figure of the " good " ( or " noble ") savage, as we understand it now, to make his appearance on the historical stage: Adario sings the praises of Natural Religion.
The Battle of Pavia ( 1525 ) marks a watershed in the city's fortunes, since by that time, the former cleavage between the supporters of the Pope and those of the Holy Roman Emperor had shifted to one between a French party ( allied with the Pope ) and a party supporting the Emperor and King of Spain Charles V. Thus during the Valois-Habsburg Italian Wars, Pavia was naturally on the Imperial ( and Spanish ) side.
Thus the Second Coalition ended in another French triumph.
The French word was derived from the Spanish embarazar, whose first recorded usage was in 1460 in Cancionero de Stúñiga ( Songbook of Stúñiga ) by Álvaro de Luna .< sup > 7 </ sup > The Spanish word likely comes from the Portuguese embaraçar, which probably is a combination of the prefix em-( from Latin in-for " in -") with baraça " a noose ", or " rope ", which makes sense with the synonym encinta (" on noose, on rope " because of the old usage of women to wear a strap of cloth on their dresses when pregnant ).< sup > 8 </ sup > Baraça originated before the Romans began their conquest of the Iberian Peninsula in 218 BCE .< sup > 9 </ sup > Thus, baraça could be related to the Celtic word barr, " tuft ".
Thus far the discussion has focused on the French pierrotistes, but Pierrot's popularity was by no means confined to France.
Thus, in ten days of fighting, on nearly a front, the French 6th Army had progressed as far as six miles ( 10 km ) at points.
Thus, the French chose Philip of Valois, who became Philip VI of France.
Thus the victory motivated more nations to join the alliance and in effect ended the fear of a French conquest of Europe.
Thus, Internet access across the European Union is relatively open because of the laws forbidding discrimination based on nationality, but the fact of publication in, say, France, limits the target market to those who read French.
Thus began the Battle of Crécy ; and when it was done, the French army had been well-nigh annihilated, and a wounded Philip barely escaped capture.
Thus in Dutch, Burggraaf is the rank above Baron, below Graaf ( i. e., Count ) in the kingdoms of the Netherlands and of Belgium ( by Belgian law, its equivalents in the other official languages are Burggraf in German and vicomte in French ).
Thus, John was reclaiming his father's ( and family's ) true French name.
Thus, the French use the word billion for the number 1, 000, 000, 000, 000, which in countries using short scale is called a trillion.
Thus, despite the use of the long scale, one billion is called un milliard (" one milliard ") in French, and not mille millions (" one thousand million ").
Thus, one trillion will most often be called mille milliards (“ one thousand milliard ”) in French, and rarely un billion.

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