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Thus we hear of abbots going out to hunt, with their men carrying bows and arrows ; keeping horses, dogs and huntsmen ; and special mention is made of an abbot of Leicester, c. 1360, who was the most skilled of all the nobility in hare hunting.
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Thus and we
Thus we are compelled to face the urbanization of the South -- an urbanization which, despite its dramatic and overwhelming effects upon the Southern culture, has been utterly ignored by the bulk of Southern writers.
Thus Burns's `` My love is like a red, red rose '' and Hopkins' `` The thunder-purple sea-beach, plumed purple of Thunder '' although clearly intelligible in content, hardly present ideas of the sort with which we are here concerned.
Thus, we might provide limited assistance in such fields as education, essential transport, communications, and agricultural improvement despite the absence of acceptable country programs.
Thus, we have no part, and want none, in current discussions of the relative importance of science, the social studies, the humanities, the creative arts.
Thus, for aqueous media, we can think of the idealized organic active as an oleophilic or hydrophobic surface-active agent, and of an idealized builder as a oleophobic or hydrophilic surface-active agent.
Thus we do not score the number of bull's-eyes, and the random variable is not the number of successes.
Thus, if we are to observe American folklore in the twentieth century, we will do well to establish the relationships between folklore, nationalism and imperialism at the outset.
Thus, in `` The Story Of Ruth '' we have Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz and sets that are meticulously authentic.
Thus we have the story of his riding across a stick ( horse made of stick ) with his children and upon being discovered by a friend desiring that he not mention till he himself were the father of children ; and because of the affection of his son Archidamus ' for Cleonymus, he saved Sphodrias, Cleonymus ' father, from execution for his incursion into the Piraeus, and dishonorable retreat, in 378 BC.
Thus, if every historian were to claim that there was a solar eclipse in the year 1600, then though we might at first naively regard that as in violation of natural laws, we'd come to accept it as a fact.
This latter construal is sometimes expressed by saying " there is no fact of the matter as to whether or not P ." Thus, we may speak of anti-realism with respect to other minds, the past, the future, universals, mathematical entities ( such as natural numbers ), moral categories, the material world, or even thought.
Thus, intuitionists are ready to accept a statement of the form " P or Q " as true only if we can prove P or if we can prove Q:
Thus, in Steiner's view, we can overcome the subject-object divide through inner activity, even though all human experience begins by being conditioned by it.
Thus, current expected inflation reflects a weighted average of all past inflation, where the weights get smaller and smaller as we move further in the past.
Thus, Blackwood will not tell you what you want to know: Are we at risk of losing the first two tricks?
Thus and hear
Thus, the amendment clarified Article III, Section 2 of the Constitution, which gave diversity jurisdiction to the judiciary to hear cases " between a state and citizens of another state.
Thus he cites Maimonides ' interpretation of Gen. 18: 8, asserting that it is contrary to the evident meaning of the Biblical words and that it is sinful even to hear it.
Thus, Prof. Natan Lerner of Tel Aviv University observes that the issue is one of a clash of rights — the perceived right of a person to express his or her views versus the perceived right of a person not to be exposed to views that he or she does not wish to hear.
Thus, the correct room acoustics and arrangement of the equipment inside a mastering studio is an important factor since the mastering engineer ( ME ) needs to hear each mix in detail.
Thus the High Court may hear appeals from the Supreme Court of Nauru in both criminal and civil cases, with certain exceptions ; in particular, no case pertaining to the Constitution of Nauru may be decided by the Australian court.
Thus they are aware of each other's actions and intentions, and do not hear any noise from the ones who are not speaking.
Thus in those diglossic societies which are also characterized by extreme inequality of social classes, most people are not proficient in speaking the high dialect, and if the high dialect is grammatically different enough, as in the case of Arabic diglossia, then these uneducated classes cannot understand most of the public speeches they might hear on television and radio.
Thus the federal government had the power to prosecute the offenses, including calling federal juries to hear the cases.
Thus, the term " circuit court " is derived from the practice of having judges ride around the countryside each year on pre-set paths − circuits − to hear cases.
Thus in a mediascape a person may walk around an area and as they do so they will hear digitally stored sounds associated with different places in that area.
Thus, when in short time, tens of thousands of peasants from all over Germany converged on Niklashausen to hear the " Drummer Boy's " speeches, the authorities sensed a real and imminent threat.
Thus the Constitutional Assembly did not hear an appreciable number of opinions and would end reflecting the objectives of the " Brazilian Party ", to the detriment of the " Portuguese Party " and the liberals.
Thus it is possible to hear the difference between FM calls which just sound like clicks on the other types of detector.
Thus, the word has come to denote any priest who has been granted the authority to hear confessions.
Thus there are many references which filter through into Shakespeare's plays and sonnets derived from this body of thought ; particularly in the description of important characters, and to the power of music above all to ' charm the savage breast ', adjust the elements, and restore the equilibrium and balance, the ' harmony ' of the soul: his characters call for music and are spellbound or restored by it, and in elevated mood, may hear it in the air, or sense its immortal harmonies everywhere.
Thus also we hear of individual proselytes who rose to positions of prominence in the Kingdom of Israel, as of Doeg the Edomite, Uriah the Hittite, Araunah the Jebusite, Zelek the Ammonite, Ithmah and Ebedmelech the Ethiopians.