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Ultimately, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit found that a cell phone can be considered a computer if " the phone perform arithmetic, logical, and storage functions ," paving the way for harsher consequences for criminals engaging with minors over cellphones.
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Ultimately Fosdick's `` Fit to fight '' slogan swept across the country and every well-known red-light district in the United States was closed, a hundred and ten of them.
Ultimately, the United States ' proposals and actions did not stop the factors of European nationalism spawned by the previous war, the repercussions of Germany's defeat, and the failures of the Treaty of Versailles from plunging the globe into a Second World War.
Ultimately, the Electra ended up at the United States Navy's Luke Field on Ford Island in Pearl Harbor.
Ultimately, the 14th Amendment to the Constitution settled the issue of Black citizenship via Section 1 of that Amendment: " All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside ..."
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 1904 the United States bought out the assets of the Company and resumed work under a revised plan.
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 the 29th Brigade suffered 1, 091 casualties in their defence of the Kansas Line, and although they destroyed a large portion of the Chinese 63rd Army and inflicted nearly 10, 000 casualties, the loss of the Glosters caused a controversy in Britain and within the United Nations Command.
Ultimately two class-action lawsuits were filed one in the State of Georgia in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.
Ultimately fourteen clubs applied to join the league ; eight from the Peterborough & District League ( Downham Town, Huntingdon United, King's Lynn reserves, Ortonians, Somersham Town, Warboys Town and Yaxley – Parson Drove also applied later in the year, but were rejected ), three from the Anglian Combination ( Diss Town, Fakenham Town and Wroxham ) and three from the Essex & Suffolk Border League ( Bury Town reserves, Hatfield Peverel and Little Oakley ).
Ultimately two Soviet Republics ( Ukrainian SSR and Byelorussian SSR ) were admitted as full members of the UN, so between 1945 – 1991 the Soviet Union was represented by three seats in the United Nations.
Ultimately, the syndicate earned only modest profit from the investment, but their funds greatly assisted the development of the United States.
Ultimately, the commission report combined with the intensification of the Cold War, which required that the United States have the West Germans on their side, led the American Army to commute the last death sentence to life imprisonment.
Ultimately, the Supreme Court of the United States agreed in a 7-1 decision, and women were admitted to VMI for the first time in the late 1990s.
Ultimately, they would win the title but then lose the FA Cup final to bitter rivals Manchester United, with Hughes again cutting a sickened figure as he climbed the Wembley steps to receive his losers ' medal, although he did manage to lead Liverpool on a lap of honour afterwards.
Ultimately, the Senate never ratified the Treaty of Versailles, and the United States never joined the League of Nations.
" Ultimately the Supreme Court ruled that President George W. Bush does not have the sole authority to hold tribunals and is required to get authorization to do so from the United States Congress.
Ultimately, McCarthy's tactics and his inability to substantiate his claims led to his being discredited and censured by the United States Senate.
Ultimately, the ideological rift between the ideals of the United States and the goals of the fascist powers is what made the core of the interventionist argument.
Ultimately and States
Ultimately, Cuba was expelled from the Organization of American States in January 1962 and Frondizi was forced by the military to resign that March.
Ultimately, South Carolina and the rest of the United States would accept the Tariff of 1833, and warfare between the South Carolina army and the Union was avoided.
Ultimately, the court relied most heavily on the original Carroll v. United States precedent instead of the more recent cases.
Ultimately, many of the deployed technologies help mitigate the oil dependence of the United States, reduce carbon emissions from fossil fuel use, and maintain U. S. industry competitiveness.
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Ultimately, the matter was settled between the Union of India and Union Carbide ( in a settlement overseen by the Supreme Court of India ) for a sum of Rs.
Ultimately, The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the developers, clearing the way for construction to begin in the summer of 2009.
Ultimately, Congress enacted a law to provide for a procedure appointing independent counsels, a statute that the U. S. Supreme Court upheld in 1986.
Ultimately, on August 8, 1974, after the U. S. Supreme Court voted by 8 to 0 to reject Nixon's claims of executive privilege and release the tapes ( with then Associate Justice William H. Rehnquist recusing himself because, as an assistant attorney general during Nixon's first term, he had taken part in internal executive-branch discussions of the scope of executive privilege ), Nixon announced his decision to resign as President.
Ultimately, Hutchinson was brought to civil trial by the General Court in November 1637, presided over by Governor John Winthrop, on the charge of “ traducing the ministers ”.
Ultimately, however, his efforts failed, and the sodomy laws stayed in effect until the state Supreme Court struck it down in Jegley v. Picado in March 2001.
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, Old Court partisans gained control of both houses of the legislature, and the New Court was abolished permanently in December 1826.
Ultimately, a Supreme Court 5-4 ruling found in favor of Monsanto of their patent being valid and if there was infringement.
Ultimately, the FIA Court of Appeal rejected their final appeal and kicked the team out of the remainder of the season.
The FCO corrected the error on its website and wrote to Köchler on 27 August 2008 :" Ultimately, it will be for the Court to decide whether the material should be disclosed, not the Foreign Secretary.