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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, there is no way to measure whether a particular phylogenetic hypothesis is accurate or not, unless the true relationships among the taxa being examined are already known ( which may happen with bacteria or viruses under laboratory conditions ).
Ultimately, applying political ecology to policy decisions – especially in the US and Western Europe – will remain problematic as long as there is a resistance to Marxist and neo-Marxist theory.
Ultimately, there was widespread resignation and disappointment as the lows were revisited, and in some cases, surpassed near the end of the decade.
Ultimately, many of them settled there permanently, in a land that became known as Normandy ( deriving from the expression " Nordmenn ", or ' Northmen ' (' Norsemen '), which was-and indeed still is-both the name the Norwegians called themselves and also the name the Franks used for the Scandinavians ).
Ultimately there are many ways to view Uriel da Costa.
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 there were 43 trains, each made up of two four-car units.
Ultimately, the SEC required the company to correct its financial reports, but concluded there was insufficient evidence to pursue an insider trading case against Bush.
Ultimately, the management insisted that the group stop meeting there.
Ultimately, if there was no veto, and the matter was of minor importance, it could be voted on by a voice vote or by a show of hands.
Ultimately, while more than a dozen members of the Jewish community were executed by the new Iranian government, Jews were allowed to continue to live in Iran and there would be no Holocaust.
Ultimately, Charley comes to the rescue when a law stating that there must be a woman in the home stalls Ernie's adoption procedure.
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.
When queried about games where real-world transactions for in-game assets are not permitted, but there is an ' unofficial secondary market ', Chapman responded: " Ultimately the point is whether the thing that you win has value in money or money ’ s worth.
Ultimately, there is not a great understanding of the exact meaning of the anthropomorphic rubber figures though the symbolism appears to be representative of human sacrifice.
As American whiskey authority Charles Kendrick Cowdery has observed, " By the time Bourbon County was formed in 1785, there were dozens if not hundreds of small farmer-distillers making whiskey throughout the region … Ultimately, most of the corn-based whiskey made west of the Alleghenies was called ' bourbon ', to distinguish it from the rye-based whiskies that predominated in the East.
Ultimately, there is more of equality in the relationship, termed by Bullis as Redefinition.
Ultimately, if a Copy were to be run in such a self-consistent universe, and were to observe, via a series of pre-defined experiments, the cellular nature of its own processing implementation, then there would be precedent for that self-consistent " TVC universe " to persist in its own terms even after its termination and deletion in the universe it was designed and launched in.
Ultimately, there was widespread opposition to this " court packing " plan and in the end Roosevelt abandoned it.
" 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.
To his inquiry who he was, Morton replied, ‘ I am that old man, the Bishop of Durham, in spite of all your votes ;’ asked where he was going, his answer was, ‘ To London, to live there a little while, and then to die .’ Ultimately Sir Christopher invited him to his house at Easton Mauduit, ten miles from Northampton.
Ultimately, however, there is a common understanding that ecological modernization will have to result in innovative structural change.
Ultimately he became general-in-chief of the forces of the elector of Brandenburg, and at Berlin he was the acknowledged leader of the thousands of Huguenot refugees there.

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Ultimately he realizes he cannot face his lover if it is as a coward.
Ultimately a falsehood is made up to tell the police and the 12 perpetrators are allowed to go free.
Ultimately, those who persist in rejecting God condemn themselves, by cutting themselves off from the ultimate source of all Life, and from the God who is Love embodied.
Ultimately it is also up to cache finders to use discretion when attempting to search for a cache, and report any problems.
Ultimately, some, like John Shosky, have concluded " It is far from clear that any one person should be given the title of ' inventor ' of truth-tables.
Ultimately, he is too caught up in what Shang-Chi calls ' games of deceit and death ' and fails in this role.
Ultimately, a chemical park emerged at nearby Leuna which is one of the most modern sites of its kind in Europe with high ecological standards.
Ultimately, what matters is total lifetime reproduction of the animal.
Ultimately, however, if the two houses do not agree within ten days, the decision of the House of Representatives is deemed to be that of the Diet.
Ultimately, truth is relative to situated experiences, and rhetoric is necessary to give meaning to individual circumstances.
Ultimately, Satan is thrown into the " Lake of fire ", not as ruler, but as one among many, being tormented day and night forever and ever.
Tony Hines defines value as follows: “ Ultimately it is the customer who pays the price for service delivered that confirms value and not the producer who simply adds cost until that point ”
Sarah Churchwell in the Guardian says, " Ultimately Faludi is guilty of her own exaggerations and mythmaking, strong-arming her argument into submission.
Ultimately, the state of the source material is such to allow divergent opinions to exist.
Ultimately, the wicked prevail and the nation is destroyed.
Ultimately, the original source for those languages is from the Tamil word அர ி ச ி ( arisi ).
Ultimately anyone who participates in the class struggle is a member of the " people "; the " Church of the people " becomes the antagonist of the hierarchical Church.
Ultimately, the system as it stood could not deal quickly enough with the large deficits and surpluses created in the balance of payments ; this has previously been attributed to increasing rigidity of wages ( particularly in terms of wage cuts ) brought about by the advent of unionized labor, but is now more likely thought of as an inherent fault with the system which came to light under the pressures of war and rapid technological change.
Ultimately, the narrator is incinerated as he falls through Earth's atmosphere and appears as a shooting star to a child in Illinois.
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 control of appetite by this mechanism is thought to be mediated by the same factors normally controlling appetite, such as neurotransmitters ( serotonin, dopamine, histamine ), corticotropin releasing factor, neuropeptide Y, and α-melanocyte-stimulating hormone.
Ultimately, the word comes from Greek διαβαίνειν ( diabainein ), meaning “ to pass through ”, which is composed of δια-( dia -), meaning “ through ” and βαίνειν ( bainein ), meaning “ to go ”.

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