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Ultimately either the Trujillos would have been returned to power or the conflict would have produced conditions favorable to a takeover by Dominican elements responsive to Castro in Cuba.
Ultimately, the strike would help the Astros get into the playoffs.
Ultimately, industrial guilds would serve as the organs through which industry would be organised in a future socialist society.
Ultimately, it would be A Shot in the Dark, three years later, which would boast the longest run.
Ultimately, the Jets bested their rival 37 – 14, this would result in the firing of Giants coach Allie Sherman.
Ultimately, Furnivall would hand over nearly two tons of quotation slips and other materials to his successor.
Ultimately, Rush and Brown parted ways in 1983, and the experimentation with new electronic instruments and varying musical styles would come into further play on their next studio album.
Ultimately, Clemens would go on to have a record of 162 – 73 for the rest of his career after leaving the Red Sox.
Ultimately, he would go on to endorse 2008 Constitution Party candidate Chuck Baldwin.
Ultimately it would drop down to 40 cents per share, but not before many employees had been told to invest their retirement savings in Enron stock.
Ultimately, Sauron advised him to attack Valinor and under the ruse that doing so would allow the king to claim immortality.
Ultimately Anglo-Saxon England was defeated by the cavalry of the Normans at the Battle of Hastings, and some Tolkien scholars have speculated that the Rohirrim are Tolkien's wishful version of an Anglo-Saxon society that retained a " rider culture ", and would have been able to resist such an invasion.
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, Josiah ’ s reforms would not be enough to preserve Judah and Jerusalem from destruction, both because the sins of Manasseh, Josiah ’ s grandfather, had gone too far and as a result of Judah's return to Idolatry ( Jer 11. 10ff .).
Ultimately, the painting would be labelled as kitsch by critics who thought it lacking in interesting artistic features: contrast, coordinated lines, and a worthy subject.
Ultimately the restructuring of the home and manner of living will allow individuals, especially women, to become an “ integral part of the social structure, in close, direct, permanent connection with the needs and uses of society .” This would be a dramatic change for women who generally considered themselves restricted by family life built upon their economic dependence on men.
Ultimately, Cavendish ’ s memoir enables the reader to gain insight into the author ’ s life and art as she would have it known.
Ultimately, a reconstruction of the fort to its 1770s appearance would ensue.
Ultimately it would benefit the Chinese Communists once the Chinese Civil War revived after the defeat of Japan in 1945.
Ultimately he would recover his form, hitting. 404 in June on the way to a. 296 average for the season, just outside the top ten for the year.
Ultimately, while more than a dozen members of the Jewish community were executed by the new Iranian government, Jews were allowed to continue to live in Iran and there would be no Holocaust.

Ultimately and like
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.
Ultimatelylike much fantasy — it draws from mythology and classical epics such as Homer's Odyssey and the Norse sagas.
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 ").

Ultimately and understand
Ultimately humans may not be able to understand and explain this plan.
Ultimately these three forms are the same but understanding these three different forms will help to understand the different manifestations of kundalini.
Ultimately, the Byzantines had a deep respect for mysticism even if they didn't understand it.
Ultimately, they helped each other understand their power and Piper was able to use Leo's sensing power to find Phoebe, while Leo was able to blow up the Siren using Piper's blasting power.
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, this helps us understand how to maintain high quality water and economically viable commodity production.

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