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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.
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Ultimately, the family, along with their house and town, are rolled up in the katamari that is used to remake the moon.
Ultimately Gamble beat off the enemy attack single handedly though after the deaths of four of his men in town, there was no choice but to abandon the colony with the remaining seven, all of whom were either wounded or ill. After that the base was never again occupied by American forces.
Ultimately and paid
Ultimately, a compromise was negotiated, bringing the countess a substantial fortune, from which she paid Lassalle an annual income of 5000 thalers ( about £ 750 ) for the rest of his life.
Ultimately Pope Innocent III on 28 April 1199 ordered that Geoffrey was to be restored to his lands as soon as he had paid his debts to the king.
Ultimately, following a process of plea bargaining, Thatcher pleaded guilty in January 2005 to breaking anti-mercenary legislation in South Africa by investing in an aircraft " without taking proper investigations into what it would be used for ", admitting in court that he had paid the money, but said he was under the impression it was to be invested in an air ambulance service to help impoverished Africans.
Ultimately the energy would end up right back where it started, and Enron would be paid by California without actually putting any electricity on their grid.
Ultimately, as to individuals, it is a cost / benefit analysis ... if a director / officer is paid enough, they may risk the prospect of personal liability.
Ultimately EMD's diligence and flexibility in designing and constructing such a small order paid off in opening the way for the later, much larger, Class 66 order.
Ultimately and railroad
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, tenant railroad Baltimore and Ohio purchased the station at foreclosure in 1910 along with all the terminal trackage to form the Baltimore and Ohio Chicago Terminal Railroad ( B & OCT ).
Ultimately and $
Ultimately, however, the Superdome was repaired and renovated in time for the 2006 season at an estimated cost of $ 185 million.
Ultimately the film grossed a global total of $ 133, 000, 000, against its $ 21 million cost ($ 1 million under budget ).
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, 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 French bank Crédit Lyonnais agreed to finance the film with Temple at the helm ( if $ 4 million was shaved off of the film's estimated $ 14 million budget ) and the De Laurentiis Entertainment Group agreed to distribute it.
Ultimately, Ames received $ 4. 6 million from the Soviets, which allowed him to enjoy a lifestyle well beyond the means of a CIA officer.
Ultimately, Six Flags Magic Mountain was spared, with the remaining six parks sold on January 11, 2007 to PARC Management for $ 312 million: $ 275 million cash and a note for $ 37 million.
Ultimately the assets of the corporation were bought by Palm, Inc., where Gassée served on the board of directors, for US $ 11 million in 2001, at which point the company entered dissolution.
Ultimately it grossed only $ 14. 3 million in North American box office receipts against its $ 55 million budget.
Ultimately, the Judge fined the union $ 2. 5 million, charged employees two days ' wages for every day they were out on strike, and imposed individual fines on the union ’ s officers.
Ultimately, Findley raised more money than Durbin, $ 582, 793 to $ 417, 635 in the year prior to the election.
Ultimately, it was not released because the arcade machine would have had a sale price of $ 10, 000, which the vice president in Atari considered too high.
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 and 18
Ultimately attriting four of the Army's first 18 airplanes, aviation went temporarily out of business when the last plane crashed into Corregidor's San Jose Bay on January 12, 1915.
Ultimately, the relationship between coach and owner was never repaired, and Ernie Davis never played in a professional game, dying on May 18, 1963.
Ultimately, Bayrou was unsuccessful in his attempt to make it into the second round of the election, but he won 18. 57 % of the vote ( 6, 820, 119 votes ) and came in a clear third behind the front-runners Nicolas Sarkozy of the UMP party and Royal of the Parti Socialiste.
Ultimately, Saavedra managed to orchestrate Moreno's resignation and on December 18 1810, the Junta Grande was at last established.
Ultimately and 000
Ultimately the Witch Creek burned 197, 990 acres ( 801 km2 ) and forced the evacuation of an estimated 1, 000, 000 people in the San Diego metropolitan area, the largest evacuation in California history.
Ultimately Moltke reassigned some 250, 000 men ( an entire army's worth ) from the right-wing assault before finally abandoning the Schlieffen Plan altogether.
Ultimately, several Polish leaders were arrested during a general strike of about 140, 000 mine workers.
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 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, Solaria became totally dependent on robot labor ; roughly 10, 000 robots existed for every human.
Ultimately the largest sauropods like the Supersaurus, Diplodocus hallorum, and Argentinosaurus reached 30 – 40 metres ( 100 – 130 ft ) in length, and 60, 000 – 100, 000 kilograms ( 65 – 110 US short tons ) or more in mass.
Ultimately, a US $ 650, 000 ( US $ in today's terms ) bond election was approved and in 1912, the Oak Cliff Viaduct ( now the Houston Street Viaduct ) was opened with festivities that drew 58, 000 spectators.