[permalink] [id link]
Ultimately, the very first of his students, Fletcher Lynd Seagull, becomes a teacher in his own right and Jonathan leaves to teach other flocks.
Some Related Sentences
Ultimately and very
Ultimately, however, the Rump depended on the support of the Army with which it had a very uneasy relationship.
Ultimately the term torpedo boat came to be attached to a quite different vessel-the very fast hydroplaning motor driven MTB.
Ultimately it made for a very flexible system with a vast array of options, but could easily suffer from play balance problems if particular sets of rules were used together, since little effort was made to balance different variants against each other, and power creep in the later professions and spell lists was very much in evidence.
Ultimately, control of FHB, to meet the very low DON limits in wheat grain, will require an integrated approach including development of cultivars having multiple resistance genes and use of fungicides.
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 aids a resistance movement using advanced martial arts, which he was taught serving the very regime he is to help overthrow.
Ultimately, the Northern League remained out of the football pyramid until 1991, a decision that proved very costly to its status.
Ultimately he finished in 9th position, having fallen from 5th after running out of fuel coming out of the Woodcote chicane on the very last lap, with Alboreto having run out of fuel 3 laps from the finish.
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.
Ultimately the malaise was found to reach to the very top of the club, with the CEO, Tony Zappia forced to quit after controversy where he allegedly hit a female employee while shadow boxing.
Ultimately, the VB Commodore proved very popular in both six-cylinder and V8 form, such that all full-size HZ Holdens passenger cars were phased out of production in 1980.
" Ultimately, Jim remains mysterious, as seen through a mist: " that mist in which he loomed interesting if not very big, with floating outlines-a straggler yearning inconsolably for his humble place in the ranks ...
Ultimately a descendant of the medieval sparth ( Danish axe ), the bardiche proper appears after 1500, but there are numerous medieval manuscripts that depict very similar weapons beginning ca.
" Andrew Sarris, in his review for The New York Observer, wrote, " Ultimately Unfaithful is escapism in its purest form, and I am willing to experience it on that level, even though with all the unalloyed joy on display, there's almost no humor ," and concluded that it was " one of the very few mainstream movies currently directed exclusively to grown-ups.
Ultimately, however, the overwhelming proportion of human-generated power derived from fossil fuels and thence from photosynthetic plants makes this line a very good approximation to the truth.
" Ultimately " face-to-face, a group of humans synergize their efforts to realize mutual desires, whether for good food and cheer, dance, conversation, the arts of life ; perhaps even for erotic pleasure, or to create a communal artwork, or to attain the very transport of bliss -- in short, a " union of egoists " ( as Stirner put it ) in its simplest form — or else, in Kropotkin's terms, a basic biological drive to " mutual aid.
Ultimately the slide and subsequent restrictions proved very damaging for the Aboriginal fishing economy.
Ultimately and first
Ultimately, two of the league's western clubs went out of business during the first season and the Chicago Fire left that city's White Stockings impoverished, unable to field a team again until 1874.
Ultimately, Weaver made his choice based upon the " intensity " of the candidates, and in January 1994, Tom Coughlin was hired as the first ever head coach of the Jaguars.
Ultimately, the FIFA stepped in to satisfy the players ' requirements and the first boycott of a FIFA World Cup game never happened.
Ultimately, he obtained more votes than Balladur in the first round ( 20. 8 percent ), and then defeated the Socialist candidate Lionel Jospin in the second round ( 52. 6 percent ).
Ultimately, web browsers such as Mosaic became the killer applications of the 1990s because they were the first programs to provide a multimedia graphical user interface to the Internet's burgeoning wealth of distributed information services ( formerly limited to applications such as FTP, Usenet and Gopher ).
Ultimately, Lennie Weinrib was chosen, and after the first season, Messick became the final voice for the rest of the series ' run.
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, 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 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 Sparks were playing in the shadow of the Comets, as they won the first four WNBA championships.
Ultimately, during the first season, Richard II, although still directed by Giles, was treated as a stand-alone piece, whilst Henry IV, Part 1, Henry IV, Part 2 and Henry V ( all also directed by Giles ) were treated as a trilogy during the second season, with linked casting between them ( Jon Finch also appeared as Bolingbroke / Henry IV in Richard II and both parts of Henry IV ).
Ultimately, it became the first single to exceed sales of 2 million in the UK, eclipsing the previous all-time best-seller ( the Beatles ' " She Loves You ") and remains one of the biggest selling U. K. singles of all time.
Ultimately the old Irish Houses of Parliament, the world's first purpose-built two-chamber parliament building, has remained a curiously contradictory symbol for Ireland: a parliament based on discrimination and exclusion that nevertheless, through producing radical leaders like Henry Grattan, is seen generally with affection by a people whose ancestors were debarred from membership.
Ultimately, both men developed essentially the same concept, but Ray Butts was never recognized as the one who produced it first.
Ultimately, the death that Claire selects for Ill is one inspired by the same material desires that drove her former lover to betray her in the first place.
Ultimately, Kricfalusi decided to sell Ren & Stimpy, which led to Spümcø's first animated series production, The Ren and Stimpy Show.
Ultimately, Daglish's ministry achieved little, and its main significance was that having Labor in government encouraged the various opposition groups to coalesce into a Liberal party, thus resulting in a two-party system for the first time.
Ultimately, his arguments were at least in part accepted: The Act, in its transitional provisions, provided that while he would in effect be the first Lord Chief Justice of Southern Ireland, his title remained that of Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, although this was a transitional provision and was not a right to be enjoyed by his successors.
Ultimately, Molitor became the first player in World Series history to have at least two home runs, two doubles, and two triples.