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Ultimately — like much fantasy — it draws from mythology and classical epics such as Homer's Odyssey and the Norse sagas.
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Ultimately, only mental objects, properties, events, exist — hence the closely related term subjective idealism.
Ultimately, the Flyers finished with a 22 – 48 – 12 record — the most losses and the worst winning percentage in franchise history, and the worst record in the league.
Ultimately, Curry refused to participate in the tests, and he was traded along with Antonio Davis to the New York Knicks for Michael Sweetney, Tim Thomas, and what became the second pick of the 2006 NBA Draft — as well as the right to swap picks with New York in the 2007 NBA Draft.
Ultimately, once mastered, sweep picking can be applied to virtually any idea — arpeggio or otherwise.
Ultimately he chose Leiden, however, and Middelburg — as well as all of Zeeland — remained without a university until 2004 when the Roosevelt Academy, affiliated with Utrecht University, was established.
Ultimately the characters become aware that they are only " real " in King's literary universe ( this can be debated as an example of breaking the fourth wall ), and even travel to a world — twice — in which ( again, within the novel ) they meet Stephen King and alter events in the real Stephen King's world outside of the books.
As it was written in a program note that accompanied the movie's premier " It is a modern poem presented with medieval material that has been very freely handled ... The script in particular — embodies a mid-twentieth century existentialist angst .... Still, to be fair to Bergman, one must allow him his artistic license, and the script's modernisms may be justified as giving the movie's medieval theme a compelling and urgent contemporary relevance ... Yet the film succeeds to a large degree because it is set in the Middle Ages, a time that can seem both very remote and very immediate to us living in the modern world .... Ultimately The Seventh Seal should be judged as a historical film by how well it combines the medieval and the modern.
Ultimately he seems to have got free access to the collection, which he catalogued — the work of almost a whole summer, for which the curators rewarded him with nine guilders.
Ultimately he destroys his own family's reputation by killing the evil and corrupt — but perceived as a holy martyr by the masses — Grand Patriarch Iblis Ginjo.
Ultimately, while they considered their original Vermont-homestead project to be successful in providing a livelihood, as well as contact with nature and enjoyment of life, they felt frustrated by an extreme local household independence — which they felt contrasted unfavorably with the reality in many rural parts of Europe.
Ultimately the Compromise, intended to fix the problems faced by a multi-national state — failed to sublet the internal pressures the old unitary state had felt.
Ultimately not being tougher with the guys that got the money is the thing that overthrows the government twice — in 2008 a reaction against Bush ’ s TARP plan and again in 2010.
Ultimately, DG's NUMA servers ended up as just another large-scale proprietary Unix server at a time when the industry was coalescing around the Unix platform variants of just a few large vendors — Compaq ( later acquired by HP ), HP, IBM, and Sun Microsystems.
Ultimately, conflict between Cummings and bandmate Randy Bachman — partially ignited by Bachman's then-deepening Mormon religious beliefs — caused a rift in the band.
Ultimately, the introduction of long-range jet aircraft spelled the end of Kanton's usefulness as an aircraft refueling station, and all airlines ended their operations there by the late 1950s — except for Pan Am, which continued a monthly service with DC-7C aircraft via Auckland, Nadi, Pago Pago, Kanton, Honolulu and return.
Ultimately, the firm also created a SuperCard browser plugin called " Roadster " in 1996 to run " projects " — the SuperCard version of stacks.
" Ultimately, the A-body Dart was replaced by the F-body Dodge Aspen beginning in late spring of 1976 — a replacement Chrysler President Lee Iacocca would later lament due to the Aspen's many early quality problems.
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Ultimately, conditions will deteriorate to the point of a " sword-interval ," in which swords appear in the hands of all human beings, and they hunt one another like game.
Ultimately, some, like John Shosky, have concluded " It is far from clear that any one person should be given the title of ' inventor ' of truth-tables.
Ultimately neuroscientists would like to understand every aspect of the nervous system, including how it works, how it develops, how it malfunctions, and how it can be altered or repaired.
Ultimately, pioneers like the Jonsdottir art gallery, Hamilton Grill ( still the city's most renowned restaurant ) and the Lambertville Station eatery ( a hotel soon followed ), the city began to attract artists and other creative types.
Ultimately the old Irish Houses of Parliament, the world's first purpose-built two-chamber parliament building, has remained a curiously contradictory symbol for Ireland: a parliament based on discrimination and exclusion that nevertheless, through producing radical leaders like Henry Grattan, is seen generally with affection by a people whose ancestors were debarred from membership.
“ Ultimately, the primary goal of the creative nonfiction writer is to communicate information, just like a reporter, but to shape it in a way that reads like fiction .” Forms within this genre include biography, food writing, literary journalism, memoirs, personal essays, travel writing, and other hybridized essays.
Ultimately, enough Unionist peers either ( like Lansdowne himself ) abstained from the vote (" hedgers ") or even voted for the bill (" rats ") to insure its passage.
Ultimately gaining a large circulation, the magazine was focused on how-to articles, personal stories of successful and budding homesteaders, interviews with key thinkers, and the like.
Ultimately, like the rival ( toneless ) system Latinxua Sinwenz, GR failed to gain widespread support, principally because the " National " language was too narrowly based on Beijing speech: " a sufficiently precise and strong language norm had not yet become a reality in China ".
Ultimately, when Beren was slain in battle against the demonic wolf Carcharoth, Lúthien, like Orpheus, approached the Valar gods and persuaded them to restore her beloved to life.
Ultimately, however, Penny realizes that he is simply too old to keep on living like he used to ( he is around 50 ) and too set in his ways to ever settle down in a domestic setting.
" Regarding the break, Ward had this to say: " Ultimately, it was the frustration with deals like Mystic records situation and Alchemy later that broke up the band the first time.
Ultimately the largest sauropods like the Supersaurus, Diplodocus hallorum, and Argentinosaurus reached 30 – 40 metres ( 100 – 130 ft ) in length, and 60, 000 – 100, 000 kilograms ( 65 – 110 US short tons ) or more in mass.
Ultimately, the title History Bites has a double meaning, referring to the " soundbites "- like nature of the short clips from each sketch, as well as the often brutal and unpleasant nature of the history being satirized.
Ultimately, you have to choose where people come from if you have an immigration policy, even if you emphasize other factors like skills or family unification.
" Ultimately, Nomani wrote that in the search for " a happy medium of sexual freedom ... perhaps acts like Şahin's will prove liberating " and also a step towards " finding a middle ground " in the way Nomani's own " experimentation of ... youth settled down into own sense of modesty in 40s.
Ultimately, however, at some point in the late 80s or early 90s, F & F Zanki ( like many other small, independent cymbal / gong-making families in Italy at the time, including Tronci and Tuscano ) could no longer compete with the larger cymbal-makers.
Ultimately Dominion's traditional " Big D " logo was replaced with a derivative of the Loblaws logo, rotated to look like a D instead of an L. This logo had also been used by Loblaw's former U. S. subsidiary, National Tea ( as it also somewhat resembles a lower-case " n ").
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Ultimately it made for a very flexible system with a vast array of options, but could easily suffer from play balance problems if particular sets of rules were used together, since little effort was made to balance different variants against each other, and power creep in the later professions and spell lists was very much in evidence.
Ultimately, the loneliness was too much for him to handle, and he again returned to Holland and recanted.
Ultimately, Davis did not have as much support from Hispanics and union members in the recall election as he did in his 2002 re-election.
Ultimately, most of the Bristol to London trade used the Kennet and Avon Canal after it opened in 1810, as it provided a much shorter route than the Thames and Severn Canal.
Ultimately, the case was bogged down in the courts, " much to the delight of New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, who knows all too well the value of Billy as a cultural icon and a draw for tourists ".
Ultimately, much further in, the density of the quantum " corrections " becomes so pronounced that the classical variables cease to be good quantum numbers to describe the system.
Ultimately it was the Hungarian coach that generated a greater buzz of conversation than the chariot branlant of France because it was a much smoother ride.
Ultimately, we are left with the question, how much are we prepared to pay in order to avert imminent death as individuals.
Ultimately, it was seen that adults that associated with a religion ( any denomination ) were found to view infidelity as much more distressing than those who were not affiliated with a religion.
Ultimately, only the courts can decide whether something is original, but there is much case law indicating, for example, that names and titles do not have sufficient substantiality to be original and that, where an existing work is widely known, it will be difficult to convince a court that there has been no copying if your work is very similar or identical.
Ultimately, in world terms, he sees capitalism being just as much of a failure as state socialism: " The belief, following neoclassical economics, that unrestricted international trade would allow the poorer countries to come closer to the rich, runs counter to historical experience as well as common sense.
Ultimately, a spectrophotometer is able to determine, depending on the control or calibration, what substances are present in a target and exactly how much through calculations of observed wavelengths.
Ultimately it was a motion of Charles Sinclair, delegate from the Society for Constitutional Information ( London ), which gave Dundas his much sought-for excuse to disperse the Convention.
Ultimately the plan was unsuccessful as the ratings never did improve much, perhaps leading to the end of the Super Bonus.
Ultimately, their viewpoints diverged so much that the two groups split apart and began to oppose each other, culminating in the Ori attempting to destroy the Ancients.
Ultimately the Crusade did not so much fail as withdraw, since Edward had pressing concerns at home and felt unable to resolve the internal conflicts within the remnant Outremer territories.
Ultimately it is this fraternity that makes it possible, over the past two centuries, for so many millions of people, not so much to kill, as willingly to die for such limited imaginings.
Ultimately, fans of the game moved to 2ch's adult game board, but there was not much resolution, and at the time Key fans on the board were being shunned for discussions on Kanon and, at the time, Key's upcoming game Air.
Ultimately, he poured everything he had into Tender – his feelings about his own wasted talent and ( self-perceived ) professional failure and stagnation ; his feelings about his parents ( who on a symbolic level provided much of the inspiration for Dick and Nicole Diver ); about his marriage, and Zelda's illness, and psychiatry ( about which he had learned a great deal during her treatment ); about his affair with Lois Moran, and Zelda's with the French aviator Edouard Jozan ( paralleled in the relationship between Nicole Diver and Tommy Barban ).
Ultimately, thanks ironically to the German author of the original piece, the show arrived at much of its final form: during previews, 30 % of the dialogue was cut to allow room to expand the score and arrive closer to the original almost sung-through concept ; the vampire costumes were redesigned to look less freakish ; a new staging of the shock ending set in modern times suggested by Kunze was inputted.
Ultimately, he sticks with the name, and the first novel in the series, Heat Wave, is released to much critical acclaim, with talk in the third season of a movie adaptation.
Ultimately, the financial difficulties of the company's papers around the state may have helped Lee Enterprises, who faced competition from much larger organizations such as the Cowles Media Company and the Ridder Corporation, purchase the newspaper block.