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Ultimately, only less than one-third made their way back to Europe.
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Ultimately the U.N. army in the Congo reached a top strength of 19,000, including about 5,000 from India and a few soldiers from Eire and Sweden, who were the only whites.
Ultimately, only mental objects, properties, events, exist — hence the closely related term subjective idealism.
Ultimately, Hussein only became King of Hijaz in the then less strategically valuable south, but lost his Caliphate throne when the kingdom was sacked by the Najdi Ikhwan forces of the Saudites and forcefully incorporated into the newly-created Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ).
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, Sen. Conkling and his junior colleague, Sen. Thomas C. Platt, resigned their Senate seats to seek vindication, but they found only further humiliation when the New York legislature elected others in their places.
Ultimately, Camus presents the world as essentially meaningless and therefore, the only way to arrive at any meaning or purpose is to make it oneself.
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, he moves up the ladder at work, becoming company president, only to find it is not what he really wanted.
Ultimately, Calley served only three and a half years of house arrest in his quarters at Fort Benning.
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, humor prevails, and both Cave's Oldest and World's Oldest can only express disdain for modern youth.
Ultimately, these readings of the Birth of Venus flatter not only the Medici and Botticelli but all of Florence, home to the worthy successors to some of the greatest figures of antiquity, both in governance and in the arts.
Ultimately, Cimino's 149-minute version premiered in April 1981 and was the only cut of the film screened in wide release.
Ultimately, after a brief period of inactivity and a bout with fibromyalgia, her retirement proved to be short-lived-O ' Connor stated in an interview with Harp that she only intended to retire from making mainstream pop / rock music, and after dealing with her fibromyalgia, chose to move into other musical styles.
Ultimately, the only things a viewer can be assured of when experiencing the work are his own thoughts and preconceptions and the basic rules of space and time.
Ultimately, according to Jesi, Eliade sees Christianity as the only religion that can save man from the " Terror of history ".
Ultimately, Hess and Konstantin von Neurath, Nazi Minister of Foreign Affairs, were the only officials Haushofer would admit had a proper understanding of geopolitik.
Ultimately the Dodger is caught with a stolen silver snuff box and presumably sent to a penal colony in Australia ( only alluded to in the novel ).
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.
Ultimately, Kuroshima is convinced, only a vast international movement based on grassroots solidarity stands a chance of replacing a heartless status quo with a sane, livable world of justice and generosity.
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.
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Ultimately, the forearm is covered by skin, the anterior surface usually being less hairy than the posterior surface.
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 Green Label was more reliable and significantly less expensive to service in the long term.
Ultimately, he was caught, convicted, and hanged at Tyburn, ending his brief criminal career after less than two years.
Ultimately, non-volatile semiconductor-based storage devices became less expensive than fixed hard disk drives.
According to Cook, " Ultimately, Cosmology of Kyoto is best viewed as less a game and more a software toy, one of those things you plug in and fiddle with.
Ultimately, the hurricane's movement was more northerly than expected, resulting in less precipitation along the Central American coast than was previously anticipated.
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, less than a dozen Buick dealers, mostly in the metro New York City area, would bear Bitter signage and few Bitter cars were actually sold in the U. S.
Ultimately Saddam condemned the US for enforcing the sanctions through the UN and demanded nothing less than unconditional lifting of all sanctions on its country, including the weapons sanctions.
Ultimately, however, this became the show's undoing ; it was seen as too violent for children ( e. g. toys for shooting at the television, live-action violence ), and its less mature aspects, such as the title, drove away adult audiences.
Ultimately, the employer must prove that they have not hired workers with less training or experience for jobs substantially comparable to that involved in the job opportunity.
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Ultimately, the abstract parallels between algebraic systems were seen to be more important than the details and modern algebra was born.
Ultimately, the Saville Inquiry was inconclusive on Martin McGuinness's role due to a lack of certainty over his movements, concluding that while he was " engaged in paramilitary activity " during Bloody Sunday, and had probably been armed with a Thompson submachine gun, there was insufficient evidence to make any finding other than they were " sure that he did not engage in any activity that provided any of the soldiers with any justification for opening fire ".
Ultimately, His goes so far as to accuse Haeckel of “ faking ” his embryo illustrations to make the vertebrate embryos appear more similar than in reality.
Ultimately, more than 200 players wore number 42, including the entire rosters of the Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Mets, Houston Astros, Philadelphia Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals, Milwaukee Brewers, and Pittsburgh Pirates.
Ultimately, this process resulted in the moves taking place six months later than they should have done, with the result that it was too late to plant crops.
Ultimately, he obtained more votes than Balladur in the first round ( 20. 8 percent ), and then defeated the Socialist candidate Lionel Jospin in the second round ( 52. 6 percent ).
Ultimately, despite his military and administrative genius, Edward's dynasty survived him by little more than two years, but Edward was one of the few male members of his dynasty to die of natural causes.
Ultimately critics can do little more than to invite moral-relativists to re-define " morality " in practical or morally realistic terms.
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 more utopian than dystopian, the story focuses on egalitarian, sociological, and scientific advances made on Mars, while Earth suffers from overpopulation and ecological disaster.
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 Congress provided $ 253. 9 billion TOA, about $ 2 billion more than in FY 1994, but actually a 1. 2 % cut in real growth.
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 though, as an explicitly " self-parodying " guru, Osho even deconstructed his own authority, declaring his teaching to be nothing more than a " game " or a joke.
Ultimately, Barrera threw more, harder punches and more impressive combinations than Hamed throughout the course of the fight.
Ultimately, convinced that finances would not allow the school to do more than " tread water ," Nellie Cornish resigned her position as head of the school in 1939.
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, 110 candidates ( 55 boys and 55 girls ) are chosen from more than 600 applicants each year ; the typical cutoff for SSAT scores for Grade 7 entrance is in the mid to high 1900s, depending on the applicant pool for that year.