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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.
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Ultimately market forces and real needs determine the selection of problem solutions and related technologies, also among those proposed by research.
Ultimately, Frederick prevailed in all those conflicts by outliving his opponents and sometimes inheriting their lands, as was the case with his nephew Ladislaus, from whom he gained Lower Austria in 1457, and with his brother Albert VI, whom he succeeded in Upper Austria.
Ultimately Goodyear built 9 envelopes, Goodrich built 5 and Curtiss built the gondolas for all of those 14 ships.
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, experience gained from the Salyut stations went on to pave the way for multimodular space stations such as Mir and the International Space Station, with each of those stations possessing a Salyut-derived core module at its heart.
Ultimately, the goal is to be able to store heat both in industrial installations and in small combined heat and power plants such as those used in larger residential buildings.
Ultimately, the frustrated farmers took to arms and closed the court in Hillsborough, dragging those they saw as corrupt officials through the streets and cracking the church bell.
Ultimately, Clamence responds to his emotional-intellectual crisis by withdrawing from the world on precisely those terms.
Ultimately, several strains of laboratory mice have been found to be homozygous for single-gene mutations that cause them to become grossly obese, and they fall into two classes: " ob / ob ", those having mutations in the gene for the protein hormone leptin, and " db / db ", those having mutations in the gene that encodes the receptor for leptin.
Ultimately, the goal of those in support of organ donation is that it will decrease the shortage in infant organs.
Scholars Diane Blair and Jay L. Barth continue: “ As long as Rockefeller led the Arkansas Republicans, the party had a progressive, reformist cast, and those whom Rockefeller had brought into the party continued to dominate party offices and shape presidential preferences until 1980 ,” when the nomination and election of Ronald W. Reagan of California as president and Frank D. White as governor moved power within the state GOP “ sharply to the right .” Ultimately the growth of the Republican Party was slower in Arkansas than in the other southern states in the post-segregation era.
Ultimately, it was seen that adults that associated with a religion ( any denomination ) were found to view infidelity as much more distressing than those who were not affiliated with a religion.
Ultimately, those supposedly involved in this and other conspiracies numbered in the tens of thousands with various Old Bolsheviks and senior party members blamed with conspiracy and sabotage which were used to explain industrial accidents, production shortfalls and other failures of Stalin's regime.
Historian Paul Walker writes: “ Ultimately, both views of him, the mad and despotic tyrant irrationally given to killing those around him on a whim, and the ideal supreme ruler, divinely ordained and chosen, whose every action was just and righteous, were to persist, the one among his enemies and those who rebelled against him, and the other in the hearts of true believers, who, while perhaps perplexed by events, nonetheless remained avidly loyal to him to the end.
Ultimately, the interrogative pronouns ( those beginning with wh in addition to the word how ), derive from the Proto-Indo-European root k < sup > w </ sup > o-or k < sup > w </ sup > i, the former of which was reflected in Proto-Germanic as χ < sup > w </ sup > a-or kh < sup > w </ sup > a -..
Ultimately, it was found that those subjects took an increased amount of trials to complete the learning task compared to subjects who didn ’ t learn the A-B list or from subjects who had to learn a D-E list.
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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, these issues have led to a souring of relationships with the erstwhile bandmates, who still have not resolved their personal differences as of 2012.
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, King Arthur and Sir Robin ( who shows up with his own knights ) both say " it " several times in conversation ( unaware that " it " was the word that was causing the Knights ' pain.
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 ”
Ultimately this came down on the shoulders of Boris Shumyatsky, " executive producer " of Soviet film since 1932, who in early 1938 was denounced, arrested, tried and convicted as a traitor, and shot.
Ultimately, the behavioral-science results disappointed foundation officers, who shifted their human-engineering funds toward biological sciences.
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, 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, people expect men and women who occupy certain position to behave according to these attributes.
Ultimately, it was Newton's friend, editor and publisher, Edmond Halley who, in his 1705 Synopsis of the Astronomy of Comets, used Newton's new laws to calculate the gravitational effects of Jupiter and Saturn on cometary orbits.
Ultimately a dispute arose between Admiral Lord Charles Beresford, who favoured increased spending and a broad deployment, and the First Sea Lord Admiral Sir John Fisher, who favoured efficiency savings, scrapping obsolete vessels, and a strategic realignment of the Royal Navy relying on torpedo craft for home defence backed by the new dreadnoughts.
Ultimately the blame is publicly taken by Ulresile, who escapes with being exiled for several months ; the King makes it clear that further plots against the doctor will not be tolerated.
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, the painting would be labelled as kitsch by critics who thought it lacking in interesting artistic features: contrast, coordinated lines, and a worthy subject.
Ultimately, Windrip is a venal and cynical showman who plays to the conformist resentments Lewis diagnosed in Main Street and Babbitt.
Ultimately the restructuring of the home and manner of living will allow individuals, especially women, to become an “ integral part of the social structure, in close, direct, permanent connection with the needs and uses of society .” This would be a dramatic change for women who generally considered themselves restricted by family life built upon their economic dependence on men.
Ultimately, the case was bogged down in the courts, " much to the delight of New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, who knows all too well the value of Billy as a cultural icon and a draw for tourists ".
Ultimately, it was social psychologist Kurt Lewin ( 1890 – 1947 ) who coined the term group dynamics to describe the positive and negative forces within groups of people.