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Thus, many a creativity-oriented aspirant for a career in architecture, drama, or journalism, resigns himself to a real estate business ; ;
Thus, although the agenda of external assistance in the economic sphere are cumulative, and many of the policies suggested for nations in the earlier stages remain relevant, the basic purpose of American economic policy during the later stages of development should be to assure that movement into a stage of self-sustaining growth is not prevented by lack of foreign exchange.
“ Acts, then is a continuation of the Lucan Gospel, not in the sense that it relates what Jesus continued to do, but how his followers carried out his commission under the guidance of his Spirit .” Thus, part of the answer to the purpose of Acts is that Luke is writing to Theophilus, who is also mentioned in Luke 1: 3, in order to explain to him the occurrences that take place in the church that fulfill Jesus ’ promise to his disciples that “ you will be baptized with, the Holy Spirit not many days from now ” ( Acts 1: 5 ).
Thus, many users of a given BBS usually lived in the same area, and activities such as BBS Meets or Get Togethers were common, where users of the board would gather at a local restaurant, the SysOp ’ s home or similar venue and meet face to face.
Thus, it has been known for many years that, due to repulsive Coulombic interactions, electrically charged macromolecules in an aqueous environment can exhibit long-range crystal-like correlations with interparticle separation distances, often being considerably greater than the individual particle diameter.
Thus criminal law grew out what 21st-century lawyers would call torts ; and, in real terms, many acts and omissions classified as crimes actually overlap with civil-law concepts.
Thus, many understood Eutyches to be advocating Docetism, a sort of reversal of Arianism — where Arius had denied the consubstantial divinity of Jesus, Eutyches seemed to be denying his human nature.
Thus it has been alleged that many credentes would eventually receive the consolamentum as death drew near — performing the ritual of liberation at a moment when the heavy obligations of purity required of Perfecti would be temporally short.
Thus the harmonisation was replaced in the 5th century by the canonical four gospels individually, in the Peshitta version, whose Syriac text nevertheless contains many Diatessaronic readings.
Thus, if rainfall amounts and intensities increase in many parts of the world as expected, erosion will also increase, unless amelioration measures are taken.
Thus many known exoplanets are " hot Jupiters ": planets of Jovian mass or larger in very small orbits with periods of only a few days.
Thus many Orthodox Churches adopt a national title ( e. g. Albanian Orthodox, Bulgarian Orthodox, Syrian Orthodox, Georgian Orthodox, Greek Orthodox, Macedonian Orthodox, Montenegrin Orthodox, Romanian Orthodox, Russian Orthodox, Serbian Orthodox, Ukrainian Orthodox etc.
Thus, Euclid's algorithm, which computes the GCD of two integers, suffices to calculate the GCD of arbitrarily many integers.
Thus, most security researchers set maximum times ( such as 14 days or 30 days ) before fully revealing a vulnerability to the public, since otherwise many vendors would never fix even critical vulnerabilities in their products.
Thus, since the 19th century many historical Jesus scholars have argued that only one of the two traditions could be authentic.
Thus, Heracles ' very existence proved at least one of Zeus ' many illicit affairs, and Hera often conspired against Zeus ' mortal offspring as revenge for her husband's infidelities.
Thus, many of these early games had also absorbed the physically aggressive aspects of what the Mi ' kmaq in Nova Scotia called dehuntshigwa ' es ( lacrosse ).
Thus when there are many molecules in the gas, there will be an equal number moving in one direction as any other hence demonstrating isotropy.
Thus, many typical household applications already in existence like word processing and email were designed specifically to avoid using floating point operations.
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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 Dürer contributed to the expansion in German prose which Martin Luther had begun with his translation of the Bible.
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.