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Ultimately, the campaign turned on the failed presidential administration of Republican Herbert Hoover versus that of the sitting president, Democrat Franklin D. Roosevelt.
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Ultimately, the name change campaign lasted for a three year period from 1982 to 1984 ( Datsun badged vehicles had been progressively fitted with small " Nissan " and " Datsun by Nissan " badges from the late 1970s onward ) until the Nissan name was given prominence in 1983-although in some export markets vehicles continued to wear both the Datsun and Nissan badges until 1986.
Ultimately the campaign to overthrow the government was unsuccessful, and the major jihadi group, Jamaa Islamiya ( or al-Gama ' a al-Islamiyya ), renounced violence in 2003.
Ultimately, it was a failure in personnel that spelt the end of the opposition against Edward I. Bohun died late in 1298, after returning from the Falkirk campaign.
Ultimately, at the end of the campaign, Owain was forced to come to terms with Henry, being obliged to surrender Rhuddlan and other conquests in the east.
Ultimately, when the Federal Elections Commission ruled Buchanan was to receive ballot status as the Reform candidate, as well as about $ 12. 6 million in federal campaign funds secured by Perot's showing in the 1996 election, Buchanan won the nomination.
Ultimately, the Independent Review Board found that more than $ 750, 000 in union assets had been used in Carey ’ s 1996 reelection campaign.
Ultimately, the " No " campaign lacked a popular, moderate figure to play the public leadership role for their campaign that Jenkins and Wilson fulfilled in the " Yes " campaign.
Ultimately institutionalized after he irreversibly disfigured a school bus driver who insulted him as a teenager, he was released but continued his campaign while trying to frame the Joker for his crimes ( which included putting a psychosis-inducing chemical into baby formula at Dr. Leslie Thompkins ' clinic ).
Ultimately he broke two of his key campaign pledges by serving a total of eight terms, rather than six, and by accepting special interest PAC contributions.
Ultimately, resistance to Sasso's resuming management of the campaign from the still official " campaign manager ", Susan Estrich, a Harvard Law School Professor, hampered Sasso's efforts to turn the campaign's fortunes around.
Ultimately, at Westport, Price would suffer a crushing defeat, and was forced to end his Missouri campaign.
Ultimately, the ' Thompson for Sheriff ' campaign was also unsuccessful, partly due to a Republican / Democratic agreement not to stand against each other in certain key elections in order to allow all ' Non-Thompson ' votes to count towards one candidate and partly due to an article Thompson wrote for Rolling Stone shortly before the election, revealing his strategy.
Ultimately, command of the Kentucky militiamen was given to Major John Hardin, and many militiamen refused to join the campaign, just as Scott had predicted.
Ultimately Lamrock was successful in his campaign to see the project realized as Minister of Finance Greg Byrne announced in the 2009 budget released December 1 that construction would begin in January 2010 on a new community college campus in the city.
Ultimately the California campaign ground to a halt in November 2010 with the passage of Proposition 26 with 51. 4 % of the vote, supported by the Wine Institute, the California Chamber of Commerce, Chevron, and collectively oil, tobacco, and alcohol corporations.
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Ultimately the artists were not satisfied with how the shot turned out ; matte photography supervisor Craig Barron believed that there were too many elements in the scene.
Ultimately the military turned to bolt-action rifles using a box magazine ; the first of its kind was the M1885 Remington-Lee, but the first to be generally adopted was the British 1888 Lee-Metford.
Ultimately, Les Misérables turned in an extremely modest profit and put an end to any further attempts to promote the 43-year-old Rennie as a future star.
Ultimately, the government hinted that they were going to give in to the CB lobby but, as it turned out, only up to a point.
Ultimately, the task of straightening out the muddle of the Northern Pacific was turned over to John Pierpont Morgan.
Ultimately the case turned on the credibility of his accuser, which was undermined when it was admitted she had lied consistently under oath throughout the trial.
* Management — Ultimately, most volunteers were turned away because emergency and local medical managers with limited resources, focused on emergency response, and accounting for their own personnel were unequipped to handle spontaneous volunteers.
Ultimately the raid turned into a full-scale counter-offensive against Italian forces in Egypt and Libya.
Ultimately, however, it turned out that much land west of the Missouri River was too wild for homesteading, because of mountainous terrain or lack of available water.
Ultimately, the Thunderbolts turned against Zemo, foiling his attempt at world domination and rescuing the Avengers in the process.
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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, the consumer decision depends on their reference interest rate or their time preference.
Ultimately, the club settled on inking oft-troubled switch hitter Milton Bradley over Adam Dunn, Raúl Ibáñez, and Bobby Abreu.
Ultimately, however, the Rump depended on the support of the Army with which it had a very uneasy relationship.
Ultimately this emphasis on production and construction goes back to the revolution wrought by Kant in philosophy, namely his focus in the Critique of Pure Reason on synthesis according to rules as the fundamental activity of the mind that creates the order of our experience.
Ultimately, however, lesbian associations have had little influence both on the homosexual and feminist movements.
Ultimately, Joe Chip learns that Runciter, in fact, was the sole survivor of the explosion on the moon, and that his messages to the group are the result of his attempts to communicate with them while they are in half-life.
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, the combination of the increase in tax rates on lower incomes and decrease in deductions raised revenue equal to about 4 % of existing tax revenue.
Ultimately this came down on the shoulders of Boris Shumyatsky, " executive producer " of Soviet film since 1932, who in early 1938 was denounced, arrested, tried and convicted as a traitor, and shot.
Ultimately, the background on level 9 employed black and white tiles, roughly the size of the invading pieces, while the center square contained a picture of clouds, which expanded to fill the screen on levels 10 and later.
Ultimately Becky is suspected of carrying on an extramarital affair with the Marquis of Steyne, apparently encouraged by Rawdon to prostitute herself in exchange for money and promotion.
Ultimately, the effect of mandrel wrapping on optical measurements depends on the propagating mode power distribution.
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 a dispute arose between Admiral Lord Charles Beresford, who favoured increased spending and a broad deployment, and the First Sea Lord Admiral Sir John Fisher, who favoured efficiency savings, scrapping obsolete vessels, and a strategic realignment of the Royal Navy relying on torpedo craft for home defence backed by the new dreadnoughts.