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Ultimately, the rebellion had claimed the lives of over 1 million people, a majority of which were Jewish.
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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, however, the Rump depended on the support of the Army with which it had a very uneasy relationship.
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 it was not clear that Jellicoe made any mistakes in his management of the fleet, nor departed from procedures which had been agreed upon by all concerned in advance.
Ultimately, Henry III was defeated and had to recognise Louis IX's overlordship, although the King of France did not seize Aquitaine from Henry III.
Ultimately, he had to flag down a passing car and ask the driver ( who was driving a borrowed car without a license ) to take him to the ceremony.
Ultimately, this fulfilled the original promises of turning the Intellivision into a computer, making it possible to write programs and store them to tape, and interfacing with a printer well enough to allow Mattel to claim that they had delivered the promised computer upgrade and stop the FTC's mounting fines.
Ultimately, however, lesbian associations have had little influence both on the homosexual and feminist movements.
Ultimately, however, the carefully controlled changes he had introduced began subtly to undermine the traditional, authoritarian order.
) Ultimately, this erosion of power led to the Parliament Act of 1911 that marginalised the Lords ' role in the legislative process and crystallised the convention that had developed over the previous century that a Prime Minister cannot sit in the House of Lords.
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, at least 150 of the congregation did make their way to Amsterdam meeting up with the Smyth party, who had joined with the Exiled English Church led by Francis Johnson ( 1562 – 1617 ), Barrowe's successor.
Ultimately, Chakrabarti was of the opinion that Wheeler had " prepared the archaeology of the subcontinent for its transition to modernity in the post-Partition period.
Ultimately, all of the Five Civilized Tribes, as well as several other tribes that had been relocated to the area, signed treaties of friendship with the Confederacy.
Ultimately the Duc takes poison to prevent himself confessing the truth to the authorities, but lives long enough to reveal it to another of his servants Pierre ( Harry Davenport ), a kindly old man who had earlier warned Henriette to escape from the de Praslin household.
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, two of the four men, the brothers Joseph and Michael Hofer, died at Leavenworth Military Prison from mistreatment, after the Armistice had been signed ending the war.
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, the town paid the railroad $ 18, 000 in cash and half of the town's common lands for a railroad connection, and by December 1905 the tracks had been laid and a depot built about a mile from the city.
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 he became what French calls a " premature hippy " who " had great faith in the power of cosmic rays, and claimed that there are extraterrestrials with translucent flesh on the planet Altair.
Ultimately, Minakata ’ s efforts saved a couple of forests, but a number of shrines and forests had become extinct during the decade.
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Ultimately, it is claimed that this will benefit biodiversity in the park and create better foraging routes for bats such as the Common pipistrelle.
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Ultimately, Warner Communications, DC's parent company, awarded Siegel and Shuster $ 20, 000 a year each for the rest of their lives and guaranteed that all comics, TV episodes, films, and, later, video games starring Superman would be required to carry the credit that Superman was " created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.
Ultimately, Baker encounters his own writer ( Grant Morrison himself ), and the two share a conversation on the relationship between the creator and the fictional characters whose lives they write.
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.
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Ultimately, the club settled on inking oft-troubled switch hitter Milton Bradley over Adam Dunn, Raúl Ibáñez, and Bobby Abreu.
Ultimately, Furnivall would hand over nearly two tons of quotation slips and other materials to his successor.
Ultimately, thousands of Jews were killed and the Romans destroyed many towns in re-establishing control over Judea ; they also took Jerusalem in 70.
Ultimately, over 1 million Ethiopians died and over 22 million people suffered due to the prolonged drought, which lasted roughly 2 years.
Ultimately, Uruk could not maintain long-distance control over colonies such as Tell Brak by military force.
Ultimately, over the course of several years, Rankin won out over Pellsville, which was located a mile and a half to the west.
Ultimately, after over ten years of negotiations, the Brown family agreed to convey half their land holdings in the area to the railroad in exchange for a rail line to their future city.
Ultimately it sold over five million copies in the U. S. and another five million overseas, and peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
Ultimately, the two-note motive takes over the final measures, bringing the movement to a fiery and humorous close.
Ultimately, it was believed, enough individual unions could be won over that the entire trade union movement could be moved in a socialist direction.
Ultimately over the years, four models of flashbulb memories have emerged to explain the phenomenon: the photographic model, the comprehensive model, the emotional-integrative model, and importance-driven model ; additionally studies have been conducted to test the validity of these models.
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, the " asterisk " was struck from the record book, as Frick had no real authority over how the records were presented.
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, differences of temperament and views about economic theory and practice ( especially in the 1937 debate over the savings-investment relationship in the General Theory ) led to some estrangement between the two men.
Ultimately the anthem was sung without interruption or incident, and applauded by both sets of supporters at the match, which Ireland won by 43 – 13 ( their largest ever win over England in rugby ).
Ultimately war did break out with France the following year, over the issue of its invasion of Prussia rather than the North American situation.