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Ultimately, critics say, the many ways the term feudalism has been used have deprived it of specific meaning, leading some historians and political theorists to reject it as a useful concept for understanding society.
Ultimately, many of the tribe became Christian, including the pow-wows ( spiritual leaders ) and sachems ( political leaders ).
Ultimately, the distinction is a political judgment.
Ultimately, the defeat of the Swedish forces at Nordlingen was responsible for French goals taking precedence at the negotiations for the Treaty of Westphalia with a significant effect on the political map of the Empire.
Ultimately, however, the choice to enact a subsidy is a political choice.
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, Stoddard's power seems to derive more from his personality, political influence, and preaching ability, than from the force of his ideas.
Ultimately Kaloyan's reign was a period of growth and political ascension of the Bulgarian Empire, which expanded the political and economic gains of his brothers Assen and Petar.
Ultimately, despite having produced several critically acclaimed video games, Ion Storm never truly lived up to its hype, creating instead several famous missteps, late releases, and internal political turmoil.
Ultimately though the Association's disengagement from the conventional political process meant that this enthusiasm waned and had no outlet, with it being some 50 years before devolution was secured for Scotland.
Ultimately, the intents of the struggle were political, not military.
Ultimately the U. S. Congress is the only one who can make decisions regarding the political status of Puerto Rico, as stated under the Territorial Clause.
Ultimately, the novel has a rich imagination achieved by its rhythmic tone, narrative technique, and fascinating character creation, making it a thematic quarry, where the trivial and anecdotal and the historic and political are combined.
Ultimately nothing has come of them, the likely negative impact on prices for any downgraded châteaux and the 1855 establishment's political muscle are considered among the reasons.
Ultimately, he came to the attention of William Randolph Hearst who recognized Davenport's talent for political cartooning and his tendency to attack corrupt political bosses.
Ultimately, Davenport ’ s work became so well recognized for skewering political figures he considered corrupt, such as U. S. Senator Mark Hanna and others, that his opponents attempted to pass a law banning political cartoons.
Ultimately, this political climate caused resentment amongst workers and resulted in many residents eventually losing long-term affection for their towns ; such was the case at Pullman.
Ultimately, they're not considered a political faction within Taiwan but rather a group which supports the current status quo situation between Mainland China and Taiwan
Ultimately, the arrest of twenty-nine Girondins was decreed, marking the end of the Girondin faction's political power.
Ultimately, however, Riose was recalled by the Emperor Cleon II and executed on charges of treason and subversion, charges that ultimately proved to be false, due to the political makeup of the Empire during its decline.
Ultimately, Royalist exhaustion and growing political maturity amongst the new states resulted in the creation of a chain of newly independent countries stretching from Argentina and Chile in the south to Mexico in the north.

Ultimately and policy
Patrick Guerriero, executive director of Log Cabin, thought the repeal movement was gaining " new traction " but " Ultimately ," said, " we think it's going to take a Republican with strong military credentials to make a shift in the policy.
" Ultimately, however, the administration supported the policy more openly.
Ultimately, many policy, institutional and cultural factors determine a nation's success in improving productivity.
Ultimately, Eisenhower became concerned that CIA covert activities were being poorly coordinated with American foreign policy and might even being working primarily for senior corporate interests centered on upper-class families of the North-Eastern Establishment, and in 1956 appointed David K. E. Bruce as a member of the President's Board of Consultants on Foreign Intelligence Activities ( PBCFIA ).
Ultimately though, the set of decision criteria needs to embody all of the policy goals, and overemphasising the more easily definable or measurable criteria, will have the undesirable impact of biasing the analysis towards a subset of the policy goals.
Ultimately, economic policy moved away from the codes system.
Ultimately, Kwinter's public disagreements with party policy were not enough to sideline his career: he was appointed Ontario Minister of Public Safety and Security ( essentially a retitled Solicitor-General's position ) on October 23, 2003.
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, Bacevich eschews the partisanship of current debate about American foreign policy as short-sighted and ahistorical.

Ultimately and decisions
Ultimately, that objectification ( reification ) created the belief that " the economy " and " the market " are sentient entities who act independently of the actions ( choices and decisions ) of the buyer and of the seller.
Ultimately, one of Asa Hutchinson's final decisions before resigning as head of DHS's Border and Transportation Security Directorate was the issuance of a memorandum determining that air marshals would not also be ICE special agents.
Ultimately, the CVA hopes that when Christians think about making informed, responsible, faithful decisions about dietary choices, the vast majority of them will choose to substantially reduce or eliminate animal products from their diets.

Ultimately and
Ultimately the Russian school of point-set topology, under the direction of Pavel Alexandrov and Pavel Urysohn, formulated Heine Borel compactness in a way that could be applied to the modern notion of a topological space.
Ultimately, the Jets bested their rival 37 14, this would result in the firing of Giants coach Allie Sherman.
Ultimately Kievan Rus ' disintegrated, with the final blow being the Mongol invasion of 1237 40, that resulted in the destruction of Kiev and the death of about half the population of Rus '.
Ultimately, Clemens would go on to have a record of 162 73 for the rest of his career after leaving the Red Sox.
Ultimately, at least 150 of the congregation did make their way to Amsterdam meeting up with the Smyth party, who had joined with the Exiled English Church led by Francis Johnson ( 1562 1617 ), Barrowe's successor.
Ultimately, it is discovered that the Taelon aliens are not purely evil, nor are they actually trying to " conquer " the world ( except Zo ' or, the main antagonist in seasons 2 4 ).
Ultimately, however, Bacchylides and Pindar share many of the same goals and techniques the difference is largely one of temperament:
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, the actual experience of successfully defending without Spanish aid the viceroyalty from a foreign invader during the 1806 1807 British invasions of the Río de la Plata, triggered a decisive quest for even greater autonomy from the colonial metropolis.
Ultimately, it was social psychologist Kurt Lewin ( 1890 1947 ) who coined the term group dynamics to describe the positive and negative forces within groups of people.
Ultimately, it was an unsuccessful attempt to negotiate a " final status settlement " to the Israeli Palestinian conflict.
Ultimately, Allenby ’ s column never suffered a reverse or lost a convoy during this period of the war a fate that befell most column commanders at least once up to the end of the war.
Ultimately, behind the high-scoring of Danny Manning, KU finished 27 11 and won the national championship in 1988, defeating favored conference rival Oklahoma 83 79 in the final.
Ultimately, the act's technical failures were exploited by both the union officials most famously the Teamsters, whose president, Jimmy Hoffa, among others, notably raided the union pension coffers for his own personal investments and the courts.
Ultimately the anthem was sung without interruption or incident, and applauded by both sets of supporters at the match, which Ireland won by 43 13 ( their largest ever win over England in rugby ).
Ultimately the Third Anglo-Maratha War ( 1817 1818 ), a last-ditch effort to regain sovereignty, resulted in the loss of Maratha independence: it left the British in control of most of India.
Ultimately, Cooper emerged focused on the two business segments that remain in the portfolio today Electrical Products Group and Energy and Safety Solutions.
Ultimately, the Sharks upset the Presidents Trophy-winning Blues by taking the series 4 3.
Ultimately, the company did not attract sufficient funding even though numerous individuals provided a total of $ 33 million of support, including writer Tom Clancy ).
" Ultimately, Manning did not play a single game in 2011, and the Colts went 2 14 without him, only the second season since Manning was a rookie that the Colts did not win at least 10 games.

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