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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 two houses were built, neither designed by Gaudí.
Ultimately, only mental objects, properties, events, exist — hence the closely related term subjective idealism.
Ultimately, only less than one-third made their way back to Europe.
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, those parts of the original town only became important after separation from Morehouse.
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, according to Jesi, Eliade sees Christianity as the only religion that can save man from the " Terror of history ".
Ultimately 13 games, mainly Konami titles, were released for the service in Japan only.
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.

Ultimately and things
Ultimately, the parlement de Paris agreed that " all traditional observances should be carefully maintained to avoid the impression that the Estates-General could make things up as it went along.
Ultimately, the yogi passes beyond a conception of things either existing or not existing, and beyond a conception of either samsara or nirvana.
Ultimately, in 1258, the King was forced to accept the Provisions of Oxford, which prohibited, among other things, the creation of new forms of writ without the sanction of the King's council.
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, then, this ' knowledge of the hearth ' was understood as a gnosis about divine things coming from the soul, infinitely superior to the merely rational knowledge of the upper brain, and the testimonies of the exterior senses.
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, all things correspond to and symbolize qualities in God.
Ultimately, this was agreed to and the United Kingdom enacted the Eire ( Confirmation of Agreements ) Act 1938, which put in effect, among other things, the British government's agreement to return the Treaty Ports.
Ultimately, things turned out for the best.

Ultimately and can
Ultimately the name was taken from his own original kanji, 武蔵, which can be read as Takezō or as Musashi, as stated in Eiji Yoshikawa's book Musashi.
Ultimately neuroscientists would like to understand every aspect of the nervous system, including how it works, how it develops, how it malfunctions, and how it can be altered or repaired.
Ultimately critics can do little more than to invite moral-relativists to re-define " morality " in practical or morally realistic terms.
Ultimately, once mastered, sweep picking can be applied to virtually any idea — arpeggio or otherwise.
Ultimately Shulze's time in Fairfield Township can be described as a sad failure.
Ultimately, martyrdom symbolized obedience to the values represented by the church and reflected the belief that the church can fulfill and commend itself by self-sacrifice and death.
Ultimately the O ' Shea divorce issue and Parnell's premature death changed the shape of late 19th century politics, to an extent that can be but speculated.
As it was written in a program note that accompanied the movie's premier " It is a modern poem presented with medieval material that has been very freely handled ... The script in particular — embodies a mid-twentieth century existentialist angst .... Still, to be fair to Bergman, one must allow him his artistic license, and the script's modernisms may be justified as giving the movie's medieval theme a compelling and urgent contemporary relevance ... Yet the film succeeds to a large degree because it is set in the Middle Ages, a time that can seem both very remote and very immediate to us living in the modern world .... Ultimately The Seventh Seal should be judged as a historical film by how well it combines the medieval and the modern.
Ultimately, he can only be controlled by a magic gold ring that Guanyin has placed around his head, which causes him unbearable headaches when Xuanzang chants the Ring Tightening Mantra.
Ultimately, after killing Doc, Buffy realises that because the monks created Dawn from her essence, they share the same blood which means not only Dawn's blood but her own can close the portal, but it would also require her to die ( her blood must stop flowing for the gateway to close ).
Ultimately, the reason for this weakening is that whereas the model-theoretic satisfaction relation can be defined, truth itself cannot, due to Tarski's theorem.
Ultimately, though, it was a slow, complex, and graduated change in the socioeconomic structure in European history that led to the changeover between Classical Antiquity and Medieval society and no specific date can truly exemplify that.
Ultimately single deck vehicles had to be ordered, which although longer at 20. 2 metres, can only achieve a similar maximum passenger capacity of around 238 passengers by having all but 26 passengers standing.
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.
Ultimately, biological metabolism itself can be seen as a vast autocatalytic set, in that all of the molecular constituents of a biological cell are produced by reactions involving this same set of molecules.
Ultimately Gaussian processes translate as taking priors on functions and the smoothness of these priors can be induced by the covariance function.
" Ultimately, security and material items are cited as the solution to any problem in the country " We want to remind people that there is no problem this country can throw at you that you can ’ t solve with electric fencing and a pedicure.
Ultimately, these variables and societal differences dictate attitudes towards sexual infidelity which can vary across cultures as well as within cultures.
Ultimately, only the courts can decide whether something is original, but there is much case law indicating, for example, that names and titles do not have sufficient substantiality to be original and that, where an existing work is widely known, it will be difficult to convince a court that there has been no copying if your work is very similar or identical.

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