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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.
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Thus, on the highroad, a troop of soldiers `` marched in their own dust and sang '', while on the footpath one man walks alone.
Thus while his theory or technique may not be oversubscribed, it is commonplace for bullish and bearish positions to become temporarily over-subscribed.
Thus, while it remains possible that the Babylonians and/or the Pythagoreans may perhaps have had the magic square of three before the Chinese did, more definite evidence will have to turn up from the Middle East or the Classical World before China can lose her claim to the earliest known magic square by more than a thousand years.
Thus `` America '', the most widely sung of the patriotic songs, was written by a New England Baptist clergyman, Samuel Francis Smith ( 1808-1895 ), while a student in Andover Theological Seminary.
Thus, while altruistic persons may under some circumstances be outcompeted by less altruistic persons at the individual level, according to group selection theory the opposite may occur at the group level where groups consisting of the more altruistic persons may outcompete groups consisting of the less altruistic persons.
Thus, a Rabbi, a Catholic priest, and an agnostic might agree that, in this particular case, the best approach is to withhold extraordinary medical care, while disagreeing on the reasons that support their individual positions.
Thus, according to the character Pausanias in Plato's Symposium, Aphrodite is two goddesses, one older while the other younger.
Thus while among his own colleagues he seemed merely a hypocritical and arrogant priest, in his relations with his brother humanists, such as Cosimo de ' Medici, he appeared as the student of classical antiquities and especially of Greek theological authors ".
Thus while Persian-speakers were concentrated on the lower rungs of the work force, managers tended to be brought in from some distance.
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 use of abeyance provided the security of a settlement for the pro-life campus club, while preserving the student society's voting membership's ability to take the matter back to court should they choose in the future to deny resources to the club.
Thus, oil paint is said to be " oil-based ", while acrylic paint is " water-based " ( or sometimes " water-borne ").
Thus, an outdoors utility knife suited for camping or hunting might use a broad three to five-inch fixed blade, while a utility knife designed for the construction industry might feature a replaceable utility or razor blade for cutting packaging, cutting shingles, marking cut lines, or scraping paint.
Thus, while the book exhibits considerable unity and probably reflects much of the historic Ezekiel, it is the product of a long and complex history and does not necessarily preserve the very words of the prophet.
Thus while bumblebees have been found to be about ten times more efficient pollinators on cucurbits, the total efficiency of a colony of honey bees is much greater due to greater numbers.
Thus natural languages are mainly oral, while Blissymbols is just a writing system dealing with semantics, not phonetics.
Thus one finds brass instruments made of wood, like the alphorn, the cornett, the serpent and the didgeridoo, while some woodwind instruments are made of brass, like the saxophone.
Thus, while Nozick's side-constraints are absolute restrictions on behavior, Amartya Sen proposes a theory that recognizes the importance of certain rules, but these rules are not absolute.
Thus sodium carbonate is basic, sodium bicarbonate is weakly basic, while carbon dioxide itself is a weak acid.
Thus the concept ' computable ' is in a certain definite sense ' absolute ', while practically all other familiar metamathematical concepts ( e. g. provable, definable, etc.
) Thus the alveolar click sounds something like a cork pulled from a bottle ( a low-pitch pop ), at least in Xhosa ; while the dental click is like English tsk!
Thus, while values above one are common for newborns, the ratio dwindles until it is well below one for the older population.
Thus a 2 × 2 matrix with determinant − 2, when applied to a region of the plane with finite area, will transform that region into one with twice the area, while reversing its orientation.
Thus and Athens
Thus, for example, Odysseus is represented in Hecuba ( lines 131-32 ) as " agile-minded, sweet-talking, demos-pleasing " i. e. a type of the war-time demagogues that were active in Athens during the Peloponnesian War.
Thus, upon the conquest of Persia, Alexander the Great sent to Athens 300 suits of Persian armour with the following inscription Alexander, son of Philip, and all the Greeks except the Spartans, give these offerings taken from the foreigners who live in Asia added.
Thus the original production of The Clouds in 423 BC came at a time when Athens was looking forward to a period of peace.
Thus women's shoes in Athens were known as ' Persian ', contrary to men's shoes, which were known as Laconian.
Thus, it offers ADSL lines with data rates up to 4 Mbit / s and ADSL2 + lines with data rates up to 20 Mbit / s in some districts of the Athens Metropolitan Area, as well as in Thessaloniki.
Thus the population of suburban Athens ( and Agia Paraskevi ) dramatically increased ; a process that went on into the 1980s and 1990s ( see table below ).
Thus, the archbishop of Athens, Michael Choniates, who had taken refuge from the Latin troops on Kea wrote at the end of 1208 or at the beginning of 1209 a letter to the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople in which he refused to take charge of the vacant bishop seat of Paros-Naxos.
Thus, Classical Greek is the language of 5th to 4th century BC Athens and, as such, only a small subset of the varieties of the Greek language as a whole.
Thus Callias, fearing to be cut off by a wicked conspiracy, is said to have made an open declaration of his will before the popular assembly at Athens.
Thus, on 24 October 1912 the commander of the Cretan Gendarmerie with four officers, two senior non-commissioned officers and 150 constables left from Chania for Athens and thence to Thessaloniki aboard the steamer Arcadia.
Thus, and also due to " its extremely light construction ", he concludes that it was built as a temporary defence for a force invading Athens.
Thus Olsen was ready for a comeback in 2004, and at the 2004 IAAF World Indoor Championships he won a Bronze medal-a placement he repeated at the Olympic Games in Athens.
Thus and was
Thus, to cite but one example, the Pax Britannica of the nineteenth century, whether with the British navy ruling the seas or with the City of London ruling world finance, was strictly national in motivation, however much other nations ( e.g., the United States ) may have incidentally benefited.
Thus, Margenau remarks: `` A large number of unrelated epicycles was needed to explain the observations, but otherwise the ( Ptolemaic ) system served well and with quantitative precision.
Thus, the Church was born and because of its intrinsic character was soon identified as a conservative institution, determined to resist the forces of change, to identify itself with the political rulers, and to maintain a kind of splendid isolation from the masses.
Thus, when the Russians sent up their first sputnik, American chagrin was human enough, and American determination to put American satellites into orbit was perfectly understandable.
Thus, a finding of conspiracy to restrain trade or attempt to monopolize was excluded from the Court's decision.
Thus, in the last few years, a number of programs which looked very promising at the time their development was commenced have since been completely eliminated.
Thus was invented the single thread sewing machine, which Mr. Gibbs in partnership with Mr. Willcox decided to bring to Brown & Sharpe with the proposal that the small company undertake its manufacture.
Thus it was that Barco, apprehended for mere larceny, now began to suspect that one or another of his murders had been uncovered.
Thus, the dotted line shown in figure 4 was taken as typical for the temperature distribution for all blowing rates.
Thus, the Span of its ossification was shortened and the center's ability to `` catch up '' in ossification is demonstrated.
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 the Congress marks a formal recognition of the political system that was central to world politics for a century.
Thus, in the immemorial way -- in the way of the right hand that knows and the left that does not -- was the stage set for tragedy at Bari.
Thus at the same time that William Henry Harrison was preparing to pacify the aborigines of Indiana Territory and winning fame at the battle of Tippecanoe, Anglo-Saxon settlement made a great leap into the center of the North American continent to the west of the American agricultural frontier.
Thus, when Dartmouth's Winter Carnival -- widely recognized as the greatest, wildest, roaringest college weekend anywhere, any time -- was broadcast over a national television hookup, Prexy John Sloan Dickey appeared on the screen in rugged winter garb, topped off by a tam-o'-shanter which he confessed had been acquired from a Smith girl.
Thus when Premier Khrushchev intimated even before inauguration that he hoped for an early meeting with the new President, Mr. Kennedy was confronted with a delicate problem.
Thus, the Mahayana metaphysic of mystical union for salvation was distilled down to a bare self-seeking, and for this reason, the mystic in Asia did not long remain in isolated contemplation.
Thus there was really an excess of eighteenth-century charm as one of these light-weight pieces followed another on Saturday night.
Thus, the masculine animate infinitive dabhumaksanigalu'ahai, meaning to live, was, in the perfect tense, ksu'u'peli'afo, and, in the future, mai'teipa.
Thus, the planetary model of the atom was discarded in favor of one that described atomic orbital zones around the nucleus where a given electron is most likely to be observed.