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Thus and both
Thus to has light stress both in that was the conclusion that I came to and in that was the conclusion I came to.
Thus in 1285 he declared war on his uncle, James II of Majorca, and conquered both Majorca ( 1285 ) and Ibiza ( 1286 ), effectively reassuming suzerainty over the Kingdom of Majorca.
Thus, the Turun Sanomat Building first heralded Aalto's move towards modernism, and this was then carried forward both in the Paimio Sanatorium and in the on-going design for the library.
Thus he strongly opposed both United States aggression in Vietnam and Soviet military expansionism.
Thus, both the x and y-axes are asymptotes of the curve.
Thus united to them in the fellowship of life, he will both understand the things revealed to them by God and, thenceforth escaping the peril that threatens sinners in the judgment, will receive that which is laid up for the saints in the kingdom of heaven.
" Thus declaring that the burnt offering of both animals and humans ( which may have been practiced in Judah under Kings Ahaz and Manasseh ) is not necessary for God.
Thus the castrati came to supplant both boys ( whose voices broke after only a few years ) and falsettists ( whose voices were weaker and less reliable ) from the top line in such choirs.
Thus, for example, on the basis of superficial similarities one might suppose that the Latin verb habere and German haben, both meaning ' to have ', were cognates.
Thus, Leibniz ' argument is in esse, while Aquinas ' argument is both in fieri and in esse.
Thus, the name carries both an augmentative "- one " (" big ") and a diminutive "- cello " (" little ").
Thus, by 1939, both Church ( 1934 ) and Turing ( 1939 ), neither having knowledge of the other's efforts, had individually proposed that their " formal systems " should be definitions of " effective calculability "; neither framed their statements as theses.
Thus, for example, the same equation can be made to produce both a lyrical and melodic piece of music in the style of the mid-nineteenth century, and a fantastically dissonant cacophony more reminiscent of the avant-garde music of the 1950s and 1960s.
Thus, a ' square ' is a member of both the genus ' rectangle ' and the genus ' rhombus '.
Thus different departments need different views of the company's database, that both include the employees ' payments, possibly in a different level of detail ( and presented in different visual forms ).
Thus, while Pierre and the robot are both doing the same thing, only Pierre has the inner conscious experience.
" Thus, it is two-way, mutual submission of both husbands to wives and wives to husbands.
Thus, both Carson and Armstrong ultimately contributed significantly to the science and technology of radio.
Thus, any other number c that divides both a and b must also divide g. The greatest common divisor g of a and b is the unique ( positive ) common divisor of a and b that is divisible by any other common divisor c.
Thus, the term " maternal surname " means the patrilineal surname which one's mother inherited from either or both of her parents.
Thus the Federal Reserve has both private and public aspects.
Thus, if the rate of any pathway changes, both the excited state lifetime and the fluorescence quantum yield will be affected.
Thus, when Gregory was selected as a candidate for the bishopric of Constantinople, both Alexandria and Rome opposed him because of his Antiochene background.
Thus in March 1979 Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, who kept absolute power ( until his overthrow in 2011 referred to as " Guide of the Revolution "), after ten years as combined Head of State and Head of government of the Libyan Jamahiriya (" state of the masses "), styled Chairman of the Revolutionary Command Council, formally transferred both qualities to the General secretaries of the General People's Congress ( comparable to a Speaker ) respectively to a Prime Minister, in political reality both were his creatures.

Thus and types
Thus there were many different types of inquisitions depending on the location and methods ; historians have generally classified them into the episcopal inquisition and the papal inquisition.
Thus, there are three major families of superoxide dismutase, depending on the metal cofactor: Cu / Zn ( which binds both copper and zinc ), Fe and Mn types ( which bind either iron or manganese ), and the Ni type, which binds nickel.
Thus, different types of splint therapy may work for different patients.
Thus, many of today's users are unaware of the fact that there are two types of DV AVI files.
Thus, the media of Venezuela consists of several different types of communications media: television, radio, newspapers, magazines, cinema, and Internet-based news outlets and websites.
Thus planning in Tapiola was collaborative and proactive as it involved targeting specific family types and classes, deciding on an ideal lifestyle for these residents, which accordingly influenced their behaviours.
Thus, pastries were often cooked especially for large banquets, and any pastry cook who could invent new types of tasty treats was highly prized.
Thus, some cultures prohibit certain types of substances, which they call " taboo ", while they make use of others in various types of ceremonies.
Thus, the essential description of a component actually comprises only in-and output that are described fully in terms of data types and their meaning ( semantics ).
Thus " normal asexual reproduction " of plants, such as propagation from cuttings or leaves, has never been considered to be apomixis, but replacement of the seed by a plantlet, or replacement of the flower by bulbils are types of apomixis.
Thus different types of coal are proportionally blended to reach acceptable levels of volatility before the coking process begins.
Thus it was entirely possible that models introduced in the ' 50s could be fitted with four different wheel types during the span of their inclusion in the series — or even more, since there were further variations ( e. g. knobby or smooth ) besides the color or material.
Thus, the earlier events must have been caused by more generalized types of disturbances to the biosphere.
Thus, manufacture must be done either pursuant to an FDA monograph, which specifies types of OTC drugs, active ingredients, and labeling requirements, or pursuant to a New Drug Application ( NDA ), for products that do not fit within a specific monograph.
Thus, the breeder has to study different breeds and types of chickens and analyze what can be expected from a certain set of characteristics before he or she starts breeding them.
Thus, pastoral as a mode occurs in many types of literature ( poetry, drama, etc.
Thus, by the 1960s, a range of school types existed:
Thus, there are many types of bearings, with varying shape, material, lubrication, principle of operation, and so on.
( Thus, this usage distinguishes between graphs with identifiable vertex or edge sets on the one hand, and isomorphism types or classes of graphs on the other.
Thus, Aristea ( approximately 56 species ), which has radially symmetric, mostly blue flowers, has three different pollination systems, whereas Sparaxis ( 15 species ), with both zygomorphic and secondarily radially symmetric flowers, in a variety of colors, exhibits five different pollination systems, and Gladiolus, with a similar array of floral types but over two hundred species, exploits seven different pollination systems, some of which have evolved multiple times.
Thus, Capsaicin is clinically used as an analgesic and an anti-inflammatory agent to reduce pain associated with arthritis and many types of neuralgia.
Thus, Piedmont blues was influenced by many types of music such as ragtime, country, and popular songs — styles that had comparatively less influence on blues music in other regions.
Thus, scintillators could be used to identify various types of γ-quanta and particles in fluxes of mixed radiation.

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