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Ultimately the name was taken from his own original kanji, 武蔵, which can be read as Takezō or as Musashi, as stated in Eiji Yoshikawa's book Musashi.
Ultimately, the " asterisk " was struck from the record book, as Frick had no real authority over how the records were presented.
Ultimately, the book ( released under Hornberger's pseudonym, Richard Hooker ), proved amazingly successful.
Ultimately, the book became a 1947 Oscar-nominated film of the same name starring Rex Harrison and Maureen O ' Hara.
Readers should understand that this book is Russell Means ' version of reality, and it does not necessarily bear any relationship to the truth ... Ultimately, this book is a chronicle of Means ' bottomless rage ..." which Brenner notes may have been justified by " the circumstances of his life in particular or American Indian lives in general ," but he thought Means ' stance was overdone.
Ultimately, the book publisher declared bankruptcy in 1996, and later the same year Bevington moved the printing company back into book publishing.
Ultimately, his wealth -- partly the product of book royalties -- benefitted those institutions that he respected.
Ultimately, the book was published, but under the auspices of Interior alone.
( Ultimately, however, only one copy of the book actually appeared on screen, specifically the 1980s reprint edition by Charter Books.
Ultimately, the book became one of the best selling novels of the first half of the 1970s, requiring 23 re-prints between 1971 and 1974 to keep up with customer demand.
Ultimately, the romance ended unconsummated ; afterwards, Goethe wrote a fictional depiction of these events, with some artistic changes, and published it under the title The Sorrows of Young Werther -- a ( still ) famous / infamous German book, which brought early renown to Goethe.

Ultimately and National
Ultimately, the Agency strengthened its support to the Office of the Secretary of Defense ( OSD ), the Joint Chiefs of Staff ( JCS ), and the Unified & Specified Commands, and also modernized the National Military Intelligence Center ( NMIC ).
Ultimately this episode led to the creation of the National University of Ireland.
Ultimately, the Jacobins were to control several key political bodies, in particular the Committee of Public Safety and, through it, the National Convention, which was not only a legislature but also took upon itself executive and judicial functions.
Ultimately, these plans fell through, and the site became part of the Boston National Historical Park.
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, the United States Department of Energy imposed on MIT the requirement that they release a copy into the National Energy Software Center ( NESC ) library in 1982, while allowing MIT to assert restrictions in terms of high price and no redistribution.
Ultimately, in 1998 the Office of Alternative Medicine was elevated to the status of an NIH Center and renamed the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine ( NCCAM ).
Ultimately the party ran as a faction of the National Union in the 2009 elections, with Eldad in third place on the alliance's list.
Ultimately the Supreme Court, invoking the principle of stare decisis (" to stand by things decided "), ruled 5-3 in favor of Major League Baseball, citing as precedent a 1922 ruling in Federal Baseball Club v. National League ( 259 U. S. 200 ).
Ultimately they were denied cruelly by the aggregate tries rule, having tied the scores with the Premiership's second bottom side Bedford at 38 – 38, leaving Rotherham to endure another season in National Division One.
Ultimately, the National Strategy encourages companies to regularly review their technology security plans, and individuals who use the Internet to add firewalls and anti-virus software to their systems.
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, however, the Rump depended on the support of the Army with which it had a very uneasy relationship.
Ultimately, the rebellion had claimed the lives of over 1 million people, a majority of which were Jewish.
Ultimately it was not clear that Jellicoe made any mistakes in his management of the fleet, nor departed from procedures which had been agreed upon by all concerned in advance.
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, industrial guilds would serve as the organs through which industry would be organised in a future socialist society.
Ultimately, it failed to solve many of the problems with which it was centrally concerned, and after the Second World War, its doctrines increasingly came under attack by thinkers such as Nelson Goodman, Willard Van Orman Quine, J. L. Austin, Peter Strawson, Hilary Putnam, and Richard Rorty.
Ultimately, it would be A Shot in the Dark, three years later, which would boast the longest run.
Ultimately, a chemical park emerged at nearby Leuna which is one of the most modern sites of its kind in Europe with high ecological standards.
Ultimately, there is no way to measure whether a particular phylogenetic hypothesis is accurate or not, unless the true relationships among the taxa being examined are already known ( which may happen with bacteria or viruses under laboratory conditions ).
Ultimately this resulted in the 1984 La Uribe Agreement, which called for a cease-fire, which ended up lasting from 1984 to 1987.
Ultimately, the background on level 9 employed black and white tiles, roughly the size of the invading pieces, while the center square contained a picture of clouds, which expanded to fill the screen on levels 10 and later.
Ultimately, the system as it stood could not deal quickly enough with the large deficits and surpluses created in the balance of payments ; this has previously been attributed to increasing rigidity of wages ( particularly in terms of wage cuts ) brought about by the advent of unionized labor, but is now more likely thought of as an inherent fault with the system which came to light under the pressures of war and rapid technological change.
Ultimately, readers are left to form their own interpretations as to which, if any, of the numerous contradictory viewpoints presented by the characters are valid or plausible, and which are simply satirical gags and shaggy dog jokes.
Ultimately, the word comes from Greek διαβαίνειν ( diabainein ), meaning “ to pass through ”, which is composed of δια-( dia -), meaning “ through ” and βαίνειν ( bainein ), meaning “ to go ”.
Ultimately, many of them settled there permanently, in a land that became known as Normandy ( deriving from the expression " Nordmenn ", or ' Northmen ' (' Norsemen '), which was-and indeed still is-both the name the Norwegians called themselves and also the name the Franks used for the Scandinavians ).
Ultimately In 2003, Printronix introduced a single hammerbank 2000 LPM printer which continues to be the fastest available.
Ultimately, over 1 million Ethiopians died and over 22 million people suffered due to the prolonged drought, which lasted roughly 2 years.
Ultimately, fourteen essays were collected into The Work of Mourning ( 2001 ), which was expanded in the 2003 French edition Chaque fois unique, la fin du monde ( literally, The end of the world, unique each time ) to include essays dedicated to Gérard Granel and Maurice Blanchot.
Ultimately, in 1617, the whole family decided to return to Judaism ; they fled Portugal for Amsterdam, which would soon become a thriving center of the Sephardic diaspora.
Ultimately, however, his primary passion was still practical optics, once noting that " In all my experiments I could, owing to lack of time, pay attention to only those matter which appeared to have a bearing upon practical optics ".
Ultimately Dingle re-focused his criticism to claim that special relativity was logically inconsistent: " The theory relativity unavoidably requires that A works more slowly than B and B more slowly than A -- which it requires no super-intelligence to see is impossible.
Ultimately, it was this arms industry, along with American Lend-Lease aid, which helped the Soviet Union to prevail in the World War II ( Great Patriotic War ).

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