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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.
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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, race came to represent not only the most important traits of the human body, but was also regarded as decisively shaping the character and personality of the nation.
Ultimately, Lewis and colleagues disagreed with most of Gould's criticisms of Morton, finding that Gould's work was " poorly supported ", and that, in their opinion, the confirmation of the results of Morton's original work " weakens the argument of Gould, and others, that biased results are endemic in science.
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, 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 Robbie / Allen concept won because it provided the largest roof opening of all the finalists, and it was the most technically sound.
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.
As American whiskey authority Charles Kendrick Cowdery has observed, " By the time Bourbon County was formed in 1785, there were dozens if not hundreds of small farmer-distillers making whiskey throughout the region … Ultimately, most of the corn-based whiskey made west of the Alleghenies was called ' bourbon ', to distinguish it from the rye-based whiskies that predominated in the East.
Ultimately, none of these motives is identified as primary, so it is impossible to determine conclusively which applies, if indeed any of them do in isolation, or which is most important among them.
Ultimately numbering 52 volumes, it was the most comprehensive completed German encyclopedia of the 19th century, also called " der Wunder-Meyer " ( The marvellous Meyer ).
Ultimately, even if succession tends towards a steady state, the time required to achieve this state is unrealistically long ; in most cases, external disturbances and environmental change occur so frequently that the realization of a climax community is unlikely, and therefore it has come to be regarded as a less useful concept.
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, public rent-seeking hurts the economy the most because innovation is what drives economic growth.
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, the crisis resulted in the departure of the United Jewish Peoples ' Order, Salsberg, Robert Laxer and most of the party's Jewish members in 1956.
Ultimately, most land-grant colleges became large public universities that today offer a full spectrum of educational opportunities.
Ultimately he obtained this, and as Superior General he was then able to move brothers across diocesan boundaries to wherever they were most needed.
Ultimately, it was the media's reaction and stressing of a widening " credibility gap " that did the most damage to the Johnson Administration's efforts.
Ultimately if this amount of risk taking leads the perception of the company to exceed the boundaries of logic and fact, the company will most likely fail based on their poor perception.
Ultimately and Bristol
Ultimately he decided to study history at Pembroke College, Cambridge and then Magdalen College, Oxford before gaining employment as a reader in history at the University of Bristol in 1981.
Ultimately and London
Ultimately, she evades capture by the authorities and prepares to carry on her crusade in the large, faceless city of London.
To his inquiry who he was, Morton replied, ‘ I am that old man, the Bishop of Durham, in spite of all your votes ;’ asked where he was going, his answer was, ‘ To London, to live there a little while, and then to die .’ Ultimately Sir Christopher invited him to his house at Easton Mauduit, ten miles from Northampton.
Ultimately, the Local Government Act 1888 and the introduction of county councils in England provided the mechanism for creating a territory and authority encompassing the expanded London area.
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 London SS were more famous for what their members did later on in life than they were for anything that happened during their existence.
Ultimately, they dissolved their Association in favour of unity with the Royalists, but were defeated anyway in the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland, and from 1653-60 Ireland was united for the first time under a republican government, ruling from London.
Ultimately and trade
Ultimately, it resulted in the English Navy gaining control of the seas around England, and forced the Dutch to accept an English monopoly on trade with England and English colonies.
Ultimately, it was believed, enough individual unions could be won over that the entire trade union movement could be moved in a socialist direction.
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, however, it was the rise of sea trade along the West Africa coast that doomed the overland routes that connected North Africa to sub-Saharan Africa.
Ultimately, this issue of the studios ' unfair trade practices would be the reason behind all the major movie studios being sued in 1938 by the U. S. Department of Justice.
Ultimately Bell was not traded at the non-waiver trade deadline on July 31, but Hoyer admitted Bell ’ s greatest value to the team might come as a free agent if Bell refuses salary arbitration and signs elsewhere — the Padres would receive two first-round draft picks in June 2012 as compensation.
Ultimately their beginnings in the leather trade were what they would be best remembered for, and the name Sykes would be connected with football for many years.
Ultimately and used
Ultimately, these ceramic materials may be used as bone replacements or with the incorporation of protein collagens, synthetic bones.
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, in executing the operation, the trainees were found to have used considerable force, menacing a number of the staff and guests with weapons and physically assaulting the hotel manager.
Ultimately, it was Newton's friend, editor and publisher, Edmond Halley who, in his 1705 Synopsis of the Astronomy of Comets, used Newton's new laws to calculate the gravitational effects of Jupiter and Saturn on cometary orbits.
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 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, Enron used the extremely complex Raptor structured finance vehicles to avoid reflecting losses in the value of some merchant investments in its income statement.
Ultimately the dichotomy between Rome and Egypt is used to distinguish two sets of conflicting values between two different locales.
Ultimately, the player will gain a party of five characters, though only three characters can be used during a battle at any given time.
Ultimately, the goal is to be able to store heat both in industrial installations and in small combined heat and power plants such as those used in larger residential buildings.
Ultimately, all of the ABSCAM convictions were upheld on appeal, although some judges criticized the tactics used by the FBI and lapses in FBI and DOJ supervision.
Ultimately though, Mayweather managed to adjust to Cotto's new rhythm of attacking in flurries and used his now-newly-tweaked counter-punching style to win a lot of the final rounds, in what people thought had secured Mayweather the decision victory.
Ultimately, the Lords chose to elect a Lord Speaker, which title was already used in the Standing Orders.
Ultimately, the testimony of numerous local residents, who used the river in transporting lumber, fuel, raw materials and produce to and from their estates, up and down the Harlem, helped persuade the courts to rule favorably for unimpeded access to the river ’ s navigable waters.
Ultimately, in later development at IBM and elsewhere, DIAG instructions were used to create a non-virtualized interface, to what became called a hypervisor.
Ultimately Indians were mainly used, shipped to many Indian Ocean islands, East and South Africa, Fiji, British Guiana, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Grenada, Suriname and Panama and other places.
Ultimately, the Independent Review Board found that more than $ 750, 000 in union assets had been used in Carey ’ s 1996 reelection campaign.
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.
Ultimately, those supposedly involved in this and other conspiracies numbered in the tens of thousands with various Old Bolsheviks and senior party members blamed with conspiracy and sabotage which were used to explain industrial accidents, production shortfalls and other failures of Stalin's regime.
Ultimately, Savage escapes back to Earth along with the rest of the imprisoned villains following an attack by Parademons sent by Desaad ( who used the planet as a training ground ).
Ultimately, the MP provides a conceptual framework used to guide the development of grammatical theory.
Ultimately, the term folkloristics is used to distinguish between the materials studied, folklore, and the study of folklore, folkloristics.
Ultimately though, a compromise was reached and thereafter, the phrase ' Tiswas presents The Four Bucketeers ' was used.